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"sock city" Discussed on Podcast Metanoia

Podcast Metanoia

08:55 min | Last month

"sock city" Discussed on Podcast Metanoia

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"sock city" Discussed on ChupaCast

ChupaCast

05:12 min | 9 months ago

"sock city" Discussed on ChupaCast

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"sock city" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

08:29 min | 10 months ago

"sock city" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Of mourning rock radio into this once a week. The granddaddy of them all, but we don't forget our friends. We do not forget our friends. And this guy was nice enough to pay us a visit years ago. Back in the old joint. He is way he caught our attention when we found him to be what was known as the Clown Prince of porn. And a guy who right now we have lots to talk about how the virus is affecting the adult film industry. Larry Flynt and his passing the new book that he's got out was available right now, which is receiving very interesting reviews, and we'll discuss that. Plus so much more. You may know him as Claude Oh, pounder. No, It's our buddy dick symbols, man. Welcome back to the program. How we doing? Oh, my God. I haven't gone by heavy pounding, half pounder. That's that was my favorite. I gotta be honest with you that was like 2000. It's It's crazy while I was looking through where the name Dick troubles came from, and I was watching the progression half pounder was chosen over Claudio Pounder because of your heritage, I guess, but I guess I loved half pounder. That's just a nuisance. People still call you half on occasion. Yeah. Once in a while, like Kelly Holland from from Penthouse. She doesn't like dick troubles. He doesn't like that name too. All right. Never picked that name in a movie. I'm like, I don't care what you call me. There's one of them working. That's right. As long as you're out doing something, let's let's begin before we get to the book, Man. It's been a minute since you were here. You came out with us. We went toe Hustler Hollywood and then we went to a gentleman's club. You did some autograph signing and hung out. But with the passing of Larry Flynt here in the last, and he's obviously a key character in the history of the city of Cincinnati, where the trial went down and everything do you did you have a lot of interaction with with with Larry and the Hustler functional? You know, I honestly I can't tell you how many movies have done for hustler. I actually met Larry once I sat and I sat in his golden wheelchair. Coolest saying, Yes. Yeah, I was actually in the warehouse in the studio because you got a new one. Really? Yeah. Actually had the honor of meeting Larry Larry. He was actually really nice Got You know, I mean, yeah, And believe me, I don't know if you know, but people versus Larry Flynt with Woody Harrelson. Larry played the judge. Oh, yeah. He was the judge that that screamed F this court right in his face. It was great. And that premiere was held right here in town back in the day, because, obviously because of his connection, and you know what? He had a had a connection here. As well. I didn't know you know how intimately you perhaps you knew he and the family, but so so let's let's shift gears a little bit. And again. Dick Tribbles is our guest, The guy who's been part of the adult film industry and apparently a guy whose life story Could have been Fred. A script for one of these movies as I was looking through the first, you know, 100 pages of the book. I'm like this. I never thought it would happen to me and no. Hey, I'm here to fix the blow the pipes and that kind of Stuff that you see in the movies. This stuff actually was your life. This really happened to you? Yeah. I mean, I've actually I mean, this. This goes way back to when you know when we were all kids hanging out the would you build a Fort? Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. And you're thinking the centerfolds up and all that. Yeah, we have a centerfold, job and stuff and I came across there was like seven pages of like a thorn up like swank magazine. You know, and Within the fortnight. See the pictorial spread of the guy in the girl and I'm like, man, I want to be that guy in the magazine with the girl someday. This was early on. This is already 30 something years later, you know, now 20 year career. Yeah, and and and the way that you got into the clown part of this is kind of crazy Is you want it? You just answer like a random ad and you showed up in the Starlet was getting made up and you weren't in the makeup to begin with. Correct. No, no, no, He's funny because in this this this goes back before, like everything happened with the trafficking and stuff like Craig's list of back page and all that stuff you could actually in California, there was actually legitimate postings from like real companies. You know, for like talent, and, you know, performers and stuff like that on like Craigslist, And then there was a handful of other websites and stuff, but I gotta call. You know, I I answered one of the ad just when I first started, and then I, uh I talked to the director a couple of times and then the day before the shoot. I'm just hanging out watching some TV at home, and the director calls me and I answer the phone. I'm like I'm like, OK, it's good. You know squid. Oh, okay. What's going on? Because you clear clowns and nothing else. I'm like. Excuse me. Are you free to clowns? He's not explaining anything signing away. What's going on. You know what's going on Dick. How you doing? You know this setting everything you know, just one of the world to shoot tomorrow. You know, it was just you for it. I'm like, Oh, my God. I like, uh well, I never really See that much thought. Why? Okay, Cool. We're good for tomorrow, and he hangs up and I'm like, Uh okay. I at that point. I shouldn't just like, you know. Said that, like you know, nothing like here pumping there, But, Yeah, I walked into the studio, and I mean, it was like the most ridiculous, like fabric hanging. I mean, it looked like you were literally looked like you were in a circus time. And I'm like this is and then I see the girl in the chairman like Oh, my God. I'm actually gonna have sex with the clown like this is either gonna make my career or it's going to completely just destroy me. Because you know, at that time I haven't really done any like Maine like main features. Yeah, tons and tons. The Internet seems but nothing like you know nothing like that. That's going to get really high profile. And then they asked me to go toe a V m that year and like sign at the booth. And then, of course, you know, By then I've gotten on the guys and, you know, basically became family matter of fact that the director was my best man in my wedding with my wife. So, Yeah, but Dan Miller for maybe a magazine came by this was in. Ah, it was 5 4006. I'm not sure which year It was the same year The pirates came out. So I mean, there was some huge big budget movies that came out that year. And so Dan Miller comes over to the booth. And we have, like the day was weird. There's a like there was so many people like this crowded around the booth. They would not leave our booth. There were like 12 with it, because I mean, we're all dressed up like clowns and seven were thrown out DVDs and free T shirts and stuff, you know, and the militants like those used. Hey, I don't know if you guys you know I love it. You know? I don't know if you guys know what you guys are. Actually, the biggest buzz is here. Unlike what you've got to be kidding me, But then like we did, then we ended up getting invited. Unlike with mainstream press like Stuff magazine, Maxim Rolling Stone actually did a piece of clown porn a picture of me in clown makeup into this bad idea. So let me ask you so from back in. You're looking at those photos back in the Fort. Too. As long as you've been involved in the industry, would you have ever have invasion Is you sit here today that you would have had such a career and what was the most difficult thing about getting in and staying in the industry? Oh, no pun intended. Okay, right. That first question again was always have. Haven't e you sit here with 20? Plus years, 30 years of doing this? I mean, did you ever would you ever have envisioned being in the industry that long? You know, you know when I was sitting out, Actually, I don't know if he got up to the part where I was out of the Salton Sea when I was doing I'm like you know what I have an opportunity completely reinvent myself like being a person from New York. Moving to San Diego, California. It's like culture socks, city man. I mean, it's I'm so used to like everything happening, like right then and there. Thanks, Paris in the out here, where it's like we'll get to it like Thursday, you know, but you know, it's like I said it out on the Salt Sea and it was so quiet, so desolate. It's like the most Isolated place on the planet. I mean, I could have been the moon and you know, and I sat there and I'm thought to myself on a literally that thought of my that dream of mine when I was a kid, you know 15 14, you know, sitting in my fort, I'm like you know what?.

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"sock city" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

07:27 min | 10 months ago

"sock city" Discussed on KTRH

"The world. Syriza and the great tradition here in Boston with Red Sox City of losers. Fire in print stone. They're certified pirate. Pete Rose, I might consider heading for the dugout. Don't worry about me. Hey, rose a little bit nervous here and who could blame him? He may think this is funny Games minute that Pete Rose Pete Rose. Troubles just got tombstone that believe it way we're talking to the mayor of Knox County, Tennessee Mayor Glenn Jacobs. Known to many in the world as cane, one half of the brothers of Destruction and a guy who is known in the wrestling world on so many levels as an absolute legend. It's our honor to talk to you were talking about The federal expenditure of money for covert relief and all I hear when I talked to folks like you mayor about where the rubber hits the road, which is localized delivery of services. The federal government is not playing as big a role in this is they want you to believe it's local and privatized health care. Is that consistent with what you're seeing? Yes, absolutely. Under President Trump. Of course, he Looked at federalism and said, that's the way that we're going to do this and states or states. We're really running the show. But then yeah, with the rubber meets the road at the local level, huh? Because we're the ones that have to implement. Whatever right now we're Dealing with vaccines. Um when and of course, it's uh, it's a It's a massive effort and eventually what's gonna happen. If that's going a little over in to the private sector on they're gonna be able to delivery Much better than we can add a much larger scale. But nevertheless, yes, this whole thing has really it is we work with dictates to come out of Nashville. They're setting policy and guidance for the rest of the state. Pretend in some cases, we also have the ability to make certain decisions here locally ourselves. Served in local government in Houston as a conservative Republican with libertine libertarian leanings and from what I read of your beliefs and how you've governed. It's the same thing. How do we get more folks who have that? Who have that mindset into local government because it strikes me that we struggle with that we get a lot of folks that are authoritarians and little tin Pan Martin nets, but for folks who want to get into government for the purpose Of keeping government out of our lives. It tends to be something that's almost paradoxical. How do we recruit more? Glenn Jacobs is more canes into governing. That's a great question. I think a lot of it does have to do with the fact that when people think my government they think about federal government, they don't think about their local or state government. But local and state is really important. And I think it's gonna become especially its state was gonna become more important and the upcoming years Um so that that's the message that I always tell people is, you know We haven't much control and say so over people's lives in some cases as the federal government does, um, and like you said, What happens is often you know, people get motivated around for office because they see a problem and the governments the solution, and that's really the antithesis of what I'm pleased that normally his government has caused the problem and less government is the solution. But you know, on the surface that it does look like hey, all we need is a government program where if they're doing this, and you know next thing, you know, you just caused even more issues. Um, but I think that time is coming. You know, I think that people are especially with President Biden and they're gonna be pushing and Right, the biggest big government agenda that we've ever seen, and it's just not gonna work. And it's gonna cause a lot of issues throughout the country and throughout communities, and I think hopefully the people will realize and look at that. And say the evidence is that, uh, this small government works. Big government doesn't. Um, Well, we'll just have to wait and see, I guess. What's been your greatest frustration coming from all the success? You've had it a wrestler as a celebrity life is good. What's been your greatest frustration in politics that you did not foresee. Uh, when you're on the outside you like man. The mayor's got all this power. Then you get on the inside like then the mayor can't do anything because amazing How that our county Yeah. Here in our county. We're we're weak, Mayor Strong Commission County. So the commission does a lot of stuff. I mean, you know, I have certain I have certain powers and authorities. But they're certainly not what people think They are, in many cases s. Oh, it's not like I can just, you know, decide. I'm going to do something. It's not my fingers, and that's the way it goes. And you kind of knew that coming in, Um So it's not really frustration. But it is seen that okay, the things that we say about government we've been slowly and building consensus and all those things. Um, it's all true. And you have to learn how to deal with that world. Um, of course, politics is everywhere. People say you got into politics and wrestling like wrestling was politics too. Okay? Everything that I've done in my life involves other people kind of Political in one way or another. Um, so it's different here. But nevertheless, it's a lot the same. You know? How do you build consensus? How do you get people to agree that your eyes your ideas with the way you should go with? And how do you get people to help you implement those ideas? Have to have a beef with you because this is wrestling. After all, my friends would be disappointed, But this one's actually a legitimate in the real one in its unpleasant but I do need to bring it up. On February 5th you tweeted. What part of shall not be infringed is unclear about Sheila Jackson Lee and I would like her to step back bashing Sheila Jackson Lee is my full time vocation. I don't think you're in my space. That's my congressman. I don't need you in my space joining this Uh, sorry, but, uh, I You know, I do believe that the, um the Bill of rights is very important and what we have seen, of course, is that Congress now tries to legislate and override the bill of rights and not only the Second Amendment, but you know, with what's happening. In many cases with you know the First Amendment and free expression, freedom of the press, which amazingly, should be issues that liberals are concerned with, and they seem to be embracing. Uh, big brother. Uh, world that we look like we're entering. Um, so it just really bothers me when people take an oath. To protect, defend and support the Constitution. And then they get into office. They take that over some of the inter office and then if in five minutes They have forgotten it, or I think they never actually read what the document says. And you know, it says, Guess what you can't do that shall not being friends is really clear. If you can't do that, But it doesn't matter on And of course, the Constitution is there. So that it's it's difficult to legislate in certain ways, And that's just completely cool about days, not just by her, but by a lot of others, too, But.

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"sock city" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:33 min | 1 year ago

"sock city" Discussed on WGN Radio

"You probably don't want to get into Lily's unnatural line, but Union Pacific Korea were owns and operates those lines on our behalf. Okay, Michael. Good luck to you all will call again with more questions. I appreciate your time today. Thank you. Michael Gillis, spokesperson for Metra Cubs Sox city. Siri's weekend is a good time to talk about. Mr Cub and Ron Rapa Ports find Biography, The soft cover edition of Ron Rap reports book Let's Play too is out today the Legend of Mr Cub the Life of Ernie Banks. Ron. Of course, one of our great sports columnist was that sometimes for a couple of decades joins us this morning from someplace warm, I guess. Hi, Ron. About how you doing right now. It's someplace dark, but that's okay. Yeah, well, listen, Ernie banks, I mean, like a lot of people in Chicago and in the media. I got to know him over the years and because he was one of my idols growing up, I always turned into a 12 year old around him. I never got over the thrill of the Ernie Banks, actually knowing who I was, and you sat with him and recorded conversations over a long period of time for this book was that was at the background here. Yeah, The idea was he was living in California where I am, And the idea was that we were going to work out an autobiography and, well, we were talking. He got into some pretty Serious stop some interesting topics That was sort of were underneath the legend Bob the the the banks that we all knew the beautiful day for a ball game. You already had a photographic memory. That's 11 of the reasons that he was so beloved is that he would remember you from five years ago. Remember that you know your wife had been sick or the names of your kids, that kind of a thing. But we were getting into Cem Cem, You know interesting things about growing. Up in Dallas and picking cotton with his dad missing year of school and never being around white people until they was in the army. And this, you know what it was like coming to Chicago and moving into a white environment that that Those kinds of things that we don't always talk to Ernie about. And he was pretty honest with me And I thought, Boy, this is gonna be great on autobiography where we really dug beneath the legend, you know? And then he pulled the plug. Bob decided he didn't want to do it after all. Why? Why? You know, there are a couple of Ah, couple of war. You know, his wife out here told me that he didn't want to do a book. He liked the idea of a book that I thought maybe that was it. But I think that in the long run, he just decided that he didn't want people to know. We really wass the kinds of things we have been talking about the disappointment from the difficulties of his life, Princess. He talked a great length about his futile Leo du Rocher. You went on and on and on with me? Well, he never spoke. About that in public till the day he died. He never said anything you know, well treated it just terribly both in public and in the locker room, But he never said a word until the date I Olia was just trying to motivate me. I was getting older. I needed a kick in the pants. While the truth was something far different. I just think In the end, he didn't want people to know anything beyond the myth and the legend that he had built up for himself. David and I were talking about the book here a week or so ago. And that is the revealing message of this book that Ernie was a sad at times lonely figure, wasn't it? Well, he wasn't when you think about it. When you think about the images they presented, always happy, always smiling, Always upbeat, Always optimistic, or nobody lives like that. We all have disappointments and problems in difficulties, and the problem was an early hit it. He just hinted. He developed this caricature for himself. He hid behind this mask. And here's the problem when you do that, all your life, one of his sons, one of his twin sons Three banks who lives out here told me you know if you live in a caricature all Europe for so long you've become a prisoner of it. And then I think that was that was pretty who will stead? Because if you do that any high you're really you're really self from the world. You hide it from yourself A cz well, and that could cause problems. A cz well, Ron. Good morning. I I know that Ernie wasn't the only player that Leo was tough on. But But why did he treat him that way? Was it jealousy? It was ego, Dave. It was speedy Leo needed to be. The thing you need to know about. Leo is he had a huge ego more than anybody. He needed to be The biggest guy wherever he was he to be number one. Now it comes to a situation. We're not always Ernie. Number one, but he has the nickname Port, Mr Cop. So Leah would stand in front of the writers out on the field before the game to start and say, Knock off that, Mr Cub Crypt, Mr. Cop, my ass that kind of stuff Well, You know, you know, and he hurts. We call him Gramps. Hold ban that kind of heat. Can't trying be benched many times, looking for another first baseman earning always won the job back, But think about it. You're the You're the icon. You're you're the number one guy in the franchise and this guy comes in and wants to take it over. So what? Ernie this when it wants to put you down, Leo decided that to be number one. He needed to be needed to knock down the guy who was number one. So the truth is, he went He came to Chicago. He looked around Leo did and he saw that There were two guys who are revered and loved and he went after both of them won was Ernie and one was Jack Brickhouse. He had a terrible feud with their coast and Jackie got along with everybody couldn't stand him. He would. Leo is really a tough character. But basically it all came down to his ego is needing to be the number one guy or ever. He Waas. It's a fascinating portrait of somebody. We all I think we knew. But when you read this book, you realize you didn't know Ernie Banks. Let's play to the legend of Mr Cub. The life of Ernie Banks more with Ron Rapoport. After a quick break you you go into Let's play to here and how that started. And it seems like there were several different versions. But maybe the true one was that one day you just said it. What do you think? Well, the problem with trying to get to the bottom of it..

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"sock city" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:52 min | 1 year ago

"sock city" Discussed on WGN Radio

"To believe in again. You know, that's what that's what way want. Well, it sounds like a ton of fun. Johnny and not, you know, Thanks for making time for us. It's Johnny's treasure quest that come Yep, just like that. And then you sign up for whichever one you want to do. How long do they run through August? Store? They September, October when? When you guys finish him? We might. We're thinking about probably capping off around November. I'm going to release pride. Last one of them burgers to snow, cause we're gonna have a little recess and do some more group activities. Scavenger style paying. So we had a lot of ideas coming up just tons of fun in the future. You know, Awesome stuff, Johnny. And Well, I may enjoy your retirement after it's all over. And I bet you're enjoying this part of it is pretty cool. Yeah, this This is the time of our lives. And you know this is this is so awesome just to see the messages I'm getting from people and things. That we're changing and reuniting families and all that stuff. It's been really awesome. Got to be a thrill. Thanks, Johnny. Thank you so much for so much. Good luck with everything. You two have a good day. Have a great weekend and search for treasure continues. If you want to join that. That's Johnny's treasure quest dot com. That's Johnny Perry and his Michigan treasure hunt. I manage of Lantus more ahead on W G N CUBS Sox city Siri's weekend is a good time to talk about Mr Cub and Ron Rapa Ports find biography, The soft cover edition of Ron Rap reports book Let's Play, too is out today the Legend of Mr Cub the Life of Ernie Banks. Ron. Of course, one of our great sports columnist was that sometimes for a couple of decades joins us this morning from someplace warm, I guess. Hi, Ron. How are you doing Right now? It's someplace dark, but that's okay. Yeah, well, listen. Ah, Ernie banks. I mean, like a lot of people in Chicago and in the media. I got to know him over the years and because he was one of my idols growing up, I always turned into a 12 year old around him. I never got over the thrill of the Ernie Banks actually knowing who I was, and you sat with him and recorded conversations over a long period of time for this book was that was at the background here. Yeah, The idea was he was living in California where I am, And the idea was that we were going to work on autobiography and, well, we were talking. He got into some pretty serious stop some interesting topics That was sort of were underneath the legend Bob, the the Ernie banks that we all knew the beautiful day for a ball game. You already had a photographic memory. That's 11 of the reasons that he was so beloved is that he would remember you from five years ago. Remember that? You know, your wife had been sick or the names of your kids, that kind of thing. But we were getting into some some, You know, interesting things about growing up in Dallas and picking cotton with his dad missing year of school and never being around white people until he was in the Army. And this you know what it was like coming to Chicago and moving into a white environment that that Those kinds of things that we don't always talk to Ernie about. And he was pretty honest with me And I thought, Boy, this is gonna be great autobiography where we really dug beneath the legend, you know, And then he pulled the plug. Bob decided he didn't want to do it. After all. Why should I? You know, there are a couple of Ah, couple of war. You know, his wife out here told me that he didn't want to do a book. He liked the idea of a book that I thought maybe that was it. But I think that in the long run, he just decided that he didn't want People to know We really wass the kinds of things we have been talking about the disappointments of the difficulties of his life Princess. He talked at great length about his futile Leo du Rocher. He went on and on and on with me. Well, he never spoke about that in public till the day he died. He never said anything you know, well treated him just terribly both in public and in the locker room, But he never said a word until the date I wholly. It was trying to motivate me. I was getting older. I needed a kick in the pants. The truth was something far different. I just think in the end, he didn't want people to know anything beyond the myth and the legend that he had built up for himself. You know, David and I were talking about the book here a week or so ago. And that is the revealing message of this book that Ernie was a sad at times lonely figure, wasn't it? Well, he wasn't when you think about it. When you think about the images they presented, always happy, always smiling, Always upbeat, Always optimistic, or nobody lives like that. We all have disappointments and problems and difficulties. And the problem was an early hid it. He just hinted. He developed this caricature for himself hidden behind this mask. And here's the problem when you do that all your life. One of his sons, one of his twin sons, Jerry, Banks, who lives out here told me You know if you live in a caricature, all your you know, for so long, you've become a prisoner of it. And then I think that was that was pretty well, stead. Because if you do that any high you're really you're really self from the world. You hide it from yourself A cz well, and that can cause problems. A cz well, Ron. Good morning. I I know that Ernie wasn't the only player that Leo was tough on. But why did he treat him that way? Was it jealousy? It was ego, Dave. It was speedy Leo needed to be the thing you need to know about. Leo has had huge ego more than anybody. He needed to be The biggest guy wherever he was he to be number one. Now it comes to a situation. We're not always Ernie. Number one, but he has the nickname Port, Mr Cop. So Leah would stand in front of the writers out on the field before the game to start and say, Knock off that, Mr Cub. Correct, Mr Cupped my ass that kind of stuff. You know, and very hurt would call him Gramps. Hold ban That kind of kept trying be benched many times, looking for another first baseman earning always won the job back, But think about it. You're the You're the icon. You're the You're the number one guy in the franchise and this guy comes in and wants to take it over. So what? Ernie when it wants to put you down, Leo decided To be number one. He needed to be needed to knock down the guy who was number one. So the truth is, he went, He came to Chicago. He looked around, Leo did And he saw that There were two guys who are revered and loved and he went after both of them. What was Ernie and one was Jack Brickhouse..

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"sock city" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"sock city" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Two of my new book the hidden history of the war on voting what about ten minutes before the hour mark Pocan taking your calls for the arming days of mark and from March mark mark in Sioux city Wisconsin or socks city Wisconsin you're on the air with your congressman or congressman Pocan yes it's not going to talk to mark that Harry has has the government finally approved due to the use of the the W. H. O. tests is that something that Congress can actually do a twist president trump's arm mail on actually doing because this we're going to be a different test anywhere for deer hunting or roll she'll for Swiss know the Swiss manufacture what's wrong with the German manufacturer the apparently has already from whatever the order you know been cranking out the W. H. O. tests for they were selling them to sixty states in early February congressman yeah I don't have that answer opinion mark other than a you know there is a big question why we didn't do that six weeks ago the best answer this other some false positives I don't accept that is is a good answer right now though the task it's that we have the labs are being set up for the our tasks so my guess is the focus will continue because the tests are now produced the lab capacity is up we have to make sure we have the supplies to run the test and you might run into some of those issues if you have labs doing multiple tasks so I don't have a clear answer other than I do think some of those issues well definitely seven result previously I think we are being able to dress for the current test we have right now but I'll I'll try to get back to you on that I don't know offhand John in Santa Fe there's a Texas or New Mexico John I know New Mexico the difference I'm not okay my my question is about how the local visited here restaurants and all other virtually closing down because we have these restrictions guided by the CDC six certain smaller tables and whatnot meanwhile we have the airline industry just piling people into the air tight cylinders in going across the country and possibly spread nothing even worse I'm wondering if Congress is considering this order would take executive executive decision or how that goes hi yeah I has.

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"sock city" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"sock city" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Friend of the program who give us probably the most at the thing I really liked the most was how real his evaluation of facing Bumgarner was how he did not like facing Bumgarner at although school here that the angles and then use it I can't imagine if you're left handed him out is I kept thinking about Pete Davidson when we're talking that kid because the bleached up on that like it's I don't totally blame is already because of the blue one right yeah because he's got that here Flores has like that brilliant platinum hair whatever days think of friends outside think about right number the city's first English words where we were on a break he said there at eight the warriors I mean pardon me the giants are on TV tonight about the poll for Wednesday night ascential surprise another that Bonnie Jill Lee Mack everybody sit down around five o'clock tonight MLB network could you just touch on dial on and you know I it's at its at the Dodgers place over in Glendale I don't know who's pitching for the giants it'll be somebody interesting I've never been to that facility hazards stadium over there we would have you been to the doctor I haven't yeah I have that wasn't always on Glendale yeah it's nice it's with the White ranch it's called Fisher with the white Sox city of that odd they do that's the white Sox yeah right good stuff man this segment is sponsored by o'donnell financial o'donnell financial group because planning is a process for loans insurance investment and retirement call Greg o'donnell at eight six six four nine six twenty three hundred all right we are a couple of stories or following this morning one is obviously the warriors get that big win last night one sixty to a hundred him Denver win number fourteen on the please do the tweeter Brian was very excited to end in a six PM to hear my pleasure Brian made it you made this morning in fact what you continue to make people's mornings this exam crowd really gets the coffee in the G. spot next thanks for asking brawl glad U. S. everyone will call fiesta is kicking all around the horn here I drink the coffee I like the coffee comic that go through the let's go and the original the triple OG okay that's it that's it I got my coffee.

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"sock city" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

10:05 min | 2 years ago

"sock city" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Two five six two thousand one that's a number down here boys girls friends neighbors give us a call drop us a line and we're trying to raise money for a big fall find driving here's dean with the with the word for young word or two good morning how you doing great Chris thanks for let me come by because I wanted to talk you're just heard the music in you said Hey there's music playing there I will write wonder what's gonna buy the was a party of some kind hello I know there's some food down here so I can get a free lunch out of his deal but but I also want to talk about a different way to bring some money into the station what you can respond to the calls like a lot of people do in and enjoy that you can. send money through the internet which you go on the W. R. 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"sock city" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"sock city" Discussed on KOMO

"County I mean it's really are just socks city so that is the case for the next several hours now we're seeing one of the top twenty five July funny how quickly that can happen while and I've been talking about just a few days just in a few days and boy here we are you know two thirds the way down we're getting kind of that summer summer field but as we head through the weekend some fans don't smoke yeah we do finally see nice around just in time for Saturday and Sunday in fact we distribute transition tomorrow but Saturday upper seventies close to eighty by Sunday we've got the bite here at C. M. center we've got the lavender festival and swim a okay it does dry out in time for fun sounds like summer it sure is right now fifty nine degrees Southwest Airlines now says it expects the seven thirty seven Max to return to service no earlier than November United and American Airlines have recently made their similar announcements aviation analyst Mike Boyd to the boy group told us earlier he thinks it may take even longer end of the year but keep in mind when that happened an American Airlines United other airlines having you know a couple dozen airplanes suddenly in the lab and they got to incorporate those into their their fleets that's gonna take a month or so at least after the go at please do not a service since March couple of states are taking on Washington in our recently passed law on transporting crude oil via train couples Brian Calvert report just two months ago governor Jay Inslee signed a new law requiring the crude oil transported on the state's rails we stripped the volatile gases that expensive process makes the crude safer to be transported how much of the crew that makes its way across Washington comes from Montana and North Dakota so it may not surprise you to hear that attorneys general from both states are crying foul specifically Montana's Tim fox says quote it's pretty clear in this that the state of Washington overstepped its bounds the effect would be terrible both on the economies of North Dakota and Montana and also how it offends the rule of law they filed a petition with the department of transportation saying states should be able to dictate what's transported on federal rails according to the department of ecology sixteen million barrels of crude move through our state in the first quarter of this year and almost all of it was from North Dakota Brian Calvert call Monia wildfires burning near the Hanford nuclear site in eastern Washington it's closed a major intersection of highway two forty highway twenty four there have been no buildings threatened so far but winds are blowing in excess of twenty miles an hour because has not been determined the band recently charged in the seventy two murder of twenty year old Jody Loomis in Snohomish county is out of jail gone was Carlene Johnson reports seventy seven year old Terence Miller of Edmunds was arrested early a protective tracked him down all these decades later using genetic genealogy then followed him around until they could get some DNA off a copy copy threw away forensic scientists confirmed.

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"sock city" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"sock city" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To be routine enforcement red Sox come back late forced extra innings and then give up three in the twelfth the third that's going to do with the Dodgers coming to Boston and takes two out of three they lose to Joe Kelly in the Dodgers and that final recorded well past midnight and that meant trouble for many of the Fenway faithful we have more I'm from WBZ's Kevin Coleman when the Dodgers record the final out against red Sox it was well past midnight the Dodgers defeated the socks seven four in twelve innings but that wasn't the only thing Sox fans were known about leaving Fenway Park but the service was shut down for the night before the game ended which had fans concert on how they would get home I asked a couple folks this morning there should be a late night service I think there should be yeah considering this is red Sox city sure it's total chaos to for the city to have these crowds of people this with no way to go stock you know it's it's not good for traffic or for the city itself I then asked one gel that what should be the plan moving forward I just think they they need to put more money into T. for repairs basically is what it is Kevin Golan WBZ Boston's newsradio from getting a home to getting to work we have traffic and weather together so retailers on doing client all wheel drive traffic on the three years Laurie are you did twenty four north crash now before one thirty nine to watch out for traffic is locked up from her symbol of art in Avon to that point then more delays approaching the merge at one twenty eight ninety five north bound you're tied up still the pots at St two one twenty eight but that's improving now it continues to be slow for about six miles on one ninety five responded or tractor trailer fire it's been put out but still slow going as traffic is being pushed over into the median strip right by route twenty eight in Wareham ninety three southbound still slow is welcome to thirteen it with a one to one twenty eight a little bit running room there but slogan Roosevelt circle in December bill route three south by tough for ninety five to trouble coal for ninety five south on hardly moving one ten and with the wind in ninety three Laurie granting WBZ's traffic.

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"sock city" Discussed on The Russillo Show

The Russillo Show

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"sock city" Discussed on The Russillo Show

"Steelers there were games that were winning a lot, and that everybody else was kind of United that they hated those teams because those teams are doing well, I never thought Boston would be in that situation like we from nineteen eighty six to, I don't know, when the pats beat the Rams that fifteen years was really dark late, especially like by the end of the weight. Nineties, j I remember Gerry Callahan. Calling what was gone? Loser Bill who's a real, and it was just dark. And it makes me think, like it really could like to me anything's realistic now. Like the clippers getting collide, and ripping off five titles seven years, like shore. I would, I would the worriers becoming the team of the decade was inconceivable eight years ago, and they became the team of the decade. So I just feel like it to me. It's ownership that matters more than the city government. You look at the guy. Governorship. Sorry, you look at the Knicks the Knicks are getting it shut out of free agency. It's amazing. You have all these teams that have Cavs space. They have probably the most fans of any NBA team. They're gonna get shut out. There's eight marquee free agents. They're gonna go over eight. And the only reason is because of the owner, there's no other reason nobody wants to play for that guy until he sells the team that's not going to change. Bella check. I have a theory on this. So everybody knows VIN Scully. So VIN, Scully was so great as an announcer in Los Angeles. You were not allowed to be a Homer as a broadcaster in Los Angeles because VIN set the bar. So if you were a Homer, you're a hack in Los Angeles, you had to be at least somewhat dignified. Well, read articulate because VIN set the table for LA broadcasters. Bella checks, on the same for New England that Bella Chac, basically, stole a red. Sock city made it a patriot town. And he's so academic and so smart. That Brune executives and Celtics executives and everybody in the city is like, oh for Christ's sake. You have to embrace analytics. So raising the bar for Belet has one and is literally taken the blue call a football guy and made a mockery of you think James Jones than the opposite of New York. Well, the difference is lower. You don't have a ballot check their parcels embel-, check left. Bella check has set a standard in Boston, which is a bright city anyway embrace. Analytics, be the smartest team in the league. If if you don't you look so small compared to the patriots, we're just smarter than everybody. And I think the, the same Scully equivalent the bell check permeates. I guarantee you in the Bruins the Celtics, there's.

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"sock city" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"sock city" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Goofing around saying that was your vested ever. And he said, boy, was that fun, so good stuff there. Absolutely passing on the line. I told him that Jeff garland wanted to wait because he saw us come on. When I told you passing that he was, so he's like, no, no. He was very still got the information we needed about both first round picks for the White Sox in the cubs. Yeah. So we were able to -ccomplish getting some info out there as well. It was funny though because he went oppo when, you know, with all the commercial reads when he's talking about Joe and Tony distinctive gold jewellery. When he's talking about Comcast when he's talking about what is it the new food? Order seventy five seventy he's building them all up. So when he said to know who, I think the best writer is out there, I thought for sure he was going to reply with Jeff passan, but then he totally pulled the curveball anyone Joe pas Danske. The answer was no. So God funny. So good. So that was Jeff garland for about an hour and a half and he's going to be at the. Doing his Netflix special. I just tweeted at the Parkway info where you can buy tickets, and we're all going to be there. Absolutely. Yeah. We gotta go next Wednesday. So cubs open a series against the Rockies. The White Sox are in DC should be interesting. To see Strasbourg against the White Sox city. Rinaldo Lopez gets the start remember where they got Renaldo Lopez from wasn't it from the treasury? It was, including the deal for g leaders g Lido and Lopez in that, that deal, correct could go down in history much like the area at the other so many cops, it's why you know, same area DC Baltimore the two players you may get a two for like a lot of people said, hey, look what the cubs did with area that Strope as well. Forget Strope who's been the cubs most consistent reliever for tonight to track. Don't forget about twin peaks as well. They're the ultimate sports lodge. You've been searching for the wall to wall. TV's allow you to catch every second of every game in April. They did that is correct..

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"sock city" Discussed on This Week in Startups

This Week in Startups

04:31 min | 3 years ago

"sock city" Discussed on This Week in Startups

"The free fifty dollars right now. Okay. Let's get back to this amazing upset. Welcome back to this weekend starts. I'm your host Jason Kao, Kansas. My guest today, James. Woo hoo. You don't know, they don't know you. But they're gonna know you after this who has been working in maps since maps were being made by technical companies Google apple by doing now, his company map dot AI when we left our hero James that you I asked you the most difficult question. I can't get a straight answer out of people. Everybody says next year some people say twenty years, but you've been doing this. When do we think we'll have a Thomas cars capable of driving us through Soma onto the one? Oh one and dropping us off at SFO with no steering wheel in the car, which I think is like level five, right? Yeah. I think it will take a few years funerals. Okay now. I gotcha. And also an also doubts that that question to be more specific around is that one route or any route. I'm just say that one route. Let's just far was all right. Let's say it could be many different routes. But let's say a ridge meeting in Soma somewhere and dropping you off at one of the four terminals at right and also what's a speed limit. Yeah. Spe- limited sixty five any special lanes for self driving cars. No special ends. Okay. Dan's little bit puff. Longer. Right. Yeah. The reason I'm asking is because all these actually constrains if we have more stuff more help from the regulations the sensors and onboard computing this will make the seeing easier to. Yeah. Because right now. The technology can do it. It just can't do it perfectly. Let's right. So let's work our way through and I'm going to get a specific date from you. I won't make you give me like a specific date just a specific week and year when this is gonna work. Okay. And then we're going to hold you to it. But one thing you said that was interesting is obviously the hardware needs to improve. And then you also mentioned do you have a dedicated lane for self driving cars. That's what are their cities in the world that have dedicated lanes for cars today for self driving cars, and is that something that's being worked on by cities. I heard there's places that they actually paint a virtue real on the ground virtual routes like the just paint on the ground. Right. Got in the car. Just follow it. So that's something. Doable. Already city is doing it. Really? Yes. In america. Is this a thing in China or some other in China? Remember, I don't remember. Socked city name, but they were testing a boss actually, they painted the rail on the on the ground Onda self-drive the show solving self-driving could be as easy as painting a thick line in the middle of one lane with barcodes. The QR code, right? But this is part of the reasons we're laughing about this. But the technology is such that I can tell you having driven self-driving up and down the two eighty basically every day for the past four years. I have seen the tesla cars learn where the paint is and in areas where the paint is not specific you can literally see the computer on the heads up display a little bit confused and then figuring it out. So if we actually had a line painted in the right hand lane or the left hand lane or in all the lanes. How much better would self-driving today? It will be much better all say perception system. So it's all about reliability and. And the environment is changing, right? You car cannot always see the even you have a painting. They may not always be able to see it because of because of other cars walking, you view ride. There's a truck a bus in front of you got don't see him able to see. Yeah. Little bit of the line. And then the other thing here in San Francisco is Carl the fro the fog ROY actually have fog. Yeah. And that can reduce visibility. And also, you camera may have issues there might be burp coupon. It a burpee, but she was very just so fostered. Yeah. Third oldest things. So it's actually very challenging..

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"sock city" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

08:47 min | 3 years ago

"sock city" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"We did leave him. What happened was the game that we're talking about the all-star? All right. We got we got rained out that day. And I had a C. I was after the game Thursday after the game that night when it got Ray doubt. I had a dentist appointment the next day. And if it doesn't get rained out I go back to Detroit right after the game that night, and I my work. I've done well when the game was canceled. I would mmediately went to nail Smith, and I said male, I said, I can I still go do this dental point. 'cause we were having all kinds of scheduling problems because I was still trying to get my full my fourth day routine. And he says, oh by all be let's get the teeth take care of he says, I'm tired of having to worry about this turn all the time. We were right to think of the race. That's not he said, so you go back. You said don't worry about anything. This is just one of the difference with first of all with the game was I was supposed to start. I get Stottlemyre started. They beat his brains out as far as voltage go. He was told when the game was cancelled that he could either go back with me that night him and his wife go back that night, and then not pitcher the all star game or the next day because the Tigers had first class airline tickets for him to go back. They always carry tickets with them and the bottom line was that's what he's agreed to do. And it was. It was a very short conversation. I'll never forget it. I said Mick I'm going back to Detroit tonight. I gotta get my teeth done it, then I'm coming right back to the ballpark because bail still much to make it appear to the ball game. Okay. No big deal. He's just get a ticket for Charlie creed. Who was? Denny. I tell you. That's not how it was portrayed in the book. Oh, I know. It wasn't believe you be. I know it was. I got it. One other clip when when he was in the national guard, especially at sixty seven he had to go down to the national guard headquarters four or five times who who's airplane? Do you think he used to go down there? And I never asked her a die with your money or anything else my airplane. So you know, I mean, I I never got. I never even got a thank you. But that's not the point. The point was I I just thought it was minor league. For to go off on something that really wasn't the truth. Hey, mojo. Thank you. We got a line of calls. I appreciate your call. Thank you. Good question. Thank you very much for a chance to clear that up. Okay. Thanks. Well, let's go to Matt Nova. You're on sports talk with Denny MacLaine. Matt. Good. Thanks fine. Thank you. Danny. I had a question for you. Since you grew up in Chicago. I've asked this question of other people Saint Louis is, you know, not call how about a long distance from there. Something is always I bothered maybe the wrong word, but the cardinals are considered probably one of the top threes. Baseball cities in the major league. Maybe number one. No question about maybe. But that's as far as it goes as far as I can see they've had why is it that? I remember in nine hundred sixty six when I was a kid I used to have this basketball game. So I knew the fires that they had they had five petted Zam Obeidi pagan, but they lost the basketball team to Atlanta in nineteen sixty six and there's been continued expansion and relocations, and it is the people ever were bothered that they lost their pro basketball team. That was that was a heck of a team. Bob, ben. It's one of the best power forward just league's ever seen. Yeah. I'm sure there was sent. Thank you for the quit. I'm sure that you heard the phrase football, you know, just a ticket a license to make money or print money. They have lost to NFL football franchises in time. And as far as I can see nobody's, you know, put up a big stink about that. I think the last time do they are. Yeah. The car. Cardinals. Yeah. You're so you're talking about the Saint Louis market, right? Right. Okay. It hasn't been. Yeah. Go ahead. Go ahead. I'm sorry. Oh, they're happy team hasn't been, you know, solidly planted for years. I think a day almost went bankrupt many years ago, but they soon to be all right now. So my question is I only nineteen sixty six that must've been a top Ken populated city states. What is it in your opinion about that town that doesn't seem to have a passion for anything other than baseball? I think I think there's a reason for it. And I think what it is is in the midwest. Whether it's Detroit Chicago, Minneapolis, Saint Louis Kansas City. I think those cities are the kinds of cities fans that you have to kiss them take him out on dates hug him. And that's the way you build your fan support. It goes more than just winning ball games. I think the cities need to be romance for the lack of a better term. When you come in. They're trying to sell tickets, and what have you I think I think that's number one number two. You also have to make a concerted effort, of course, to put a good team out there as fast as you can not that that will make any difference in the first four or five years of the attendance. But I I believe with all my hearts number to Saint Louis at the time. We're talking about was not a giant market for attendance. I mean, you know, you look back probably maybe two thirds three quarters of what it is today. So now you've got four people. So you didn't have the drawing ability. But on the other hand, they still produce the same kind of good baseball Saint Louis always produced good baseball teams. They I compare the Saint Louis cardinals to the doing the patriots. They have a system, and they take they go find players that will find an away to work in their system. They don't go out look for a system, they have the players fit it. They bring the players into fit their system rather than the other way around the point and as long. As long as you, stay consistent. Like that. What what happens? I mean. It's unbelievable. As soon as it seems to be that soon as teams you have two or three years of that such good production. All of a sudden, they wanted to change managers pitching coaches and everything out there. Whereas you gotta chase everything goes to hell. And I just think that a system is a much better way of managing a baseball team for football or basketball teams, then always trying to replace the players. I really do. I just think it's a better way to go. Well, I disagree with you. But you know, their basketball team went since since they have left New Orleans lose to a town in Utah. You know, and Portland got a basketball team cities that don't have any other sports besides that one. And and it doesn't you know, they their their football team won a world run the Super Bowl and didn't seem to resonate that. You know, those people are passionate about that. You know, they they lost a big deal. I just don't understand it. Well, I still think that it takes a lot longer for a market like St Louis or Portland to develop that foul weeks. It's a foul. Look at the cubs. Right. God. I mean, the cubs once they attach themselves to the cubs ever since the donkey burnt down the firehouse God's sakes. They've they've had thousands of people show up whether they win or lose look at the white socks either. Despite all those bad years, the White Sox had you still don't think as Chicago as a White Sox city. It's always get it becomes a Saint Louis the same way. But the bottom line is. I just think it takes a long. Time for those kinds of markets who don't have billions of people to finally come together and start supporting the as we know the Yankee is in the end and the cubs. And some of these other teams how they get the how they are able to go out there in route stuff to people and get them to start coming to the ballpark winning also helped. So thank you overlook. What they could never take the place of anything else. Can't take the place. Yes, ma'am. Thank you very much. Okay. Appreciate it. Thank you very much. Thank you. Can take more calls for Denny MacLaine at two four eight..

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"sock city" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

11:58 min | 3 years ago

"sock city" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Bit about Susan Masino. She's been a rock journalist for more than thirty years is the author of a number of books, including let there be rock. The story of ACDC. That's now in eleven languages, by the way. And of course, the secrets of the universe is. Well, she has hosted a live radio show for years appears in DVD's undenied ECDC's let there be rock and van halen's the early years. She's also a paranormal researcher self published her fifth books the secrets of the universe and universal laws passed lives ghost adventures and more. And here she is back on coast-to-coast. Susan, welcome back, George. Thank you so much for having me. I'm really excited to be here. How did you get so interested in being a rock and roll journalist? Oh my goodness. I grew up in the business, my parents owned venues. So when I was born actually, they they own the Riverview ballroom and socks. City wisconsin. And I was a baby. So I I remember the music coming through the walls. But I I grew up watching musicians come and play and load in and load out and stumbling love with that. And as I got older, I was I was horrible on an instrument. So I couldn't really be a performer and I figured out. Well, I could review band stall, which is what was happening in the late seventies. 'cause you all you had was radio TV and print, you know, a little magazine newspaper in Madison that I started with and that kind of took off. And luckily, I ran a day CDC was one of my first assignments and that definitely helped shape my career. That's great. Did you ever interview our friends at Z Z top? I have not I have seen them live. But I've never gotten if you ever want to do that Tom Kitt arrange that for you there. He's very close with Billy Gibbons, of course. And the one of the world's greatest guitarists. Oh, yes. Yeah. I love those guys. And you know, every time I talk with you, whether it's beyond belief for the radio program. I think of our friend Gary Patterson who passed on he loved the rock business and music, and he was just into that. Then cash. I miss him. Susan. Oh, yeah. He was so great. I I was very shocked when I heard that he had passed and he really left quite a legacy. You know, his books are amazing. He knew all the stories, and I miss him too. You know, he was wonderful. I never missed it. When he was on your show where you went way too. So do you think he's like listening on to the program right now? Go cheering every time. We mentioned his name. Oh, I'm sure he is. Know, you not only have you been a rock journalist. But you're also interested in the afterlife. How did that happen for you? Oh my goodness. That started very very early. I was around five at the time. And I used to get to stay at my grandparents house on the lake and beaver dam, Wisconsin. And my grandmother had a day bed. Where a you know, my sisters, and I would sleep, and we would always say the Lord's prayer. And we would always talk before we'd go to sleep. And she told us scared the heck out of me at the time. But she told us how after her mother had passed that she came back and appeared to her in her bedroom to tell her that she was okay. And needless to say they spend every night after that. Every time I stayed there. I stared at that doorway waiting and waiting until I fall asleep thinking, I wonder if she's gonna show up again. Did it scare you it did? But it really fascinated me because I'm thinking, well, how is that possible? Like does that mean, it's that's a good thing. Or or is it a bad thing that she she can't move on? Or it brought up tons of questions for me. Does questions that. I bet you continue to ask yourself and others. Oh, yeah. It's always I mean now things are crazy. I mean, everything that you listen to is so fascinating. Now, people are really opening up and stories are coming out and disclosure of so many things, and I think this is going to be an exciting year for us. I think so too. We're going to talk with Susan about so many things in her latest book the secrets of the universe which will include some ghost adventures synchronicity that occur past lives in the universal laws as well. You you had a lot of prophetic dreams when you youngster too. Didn't you? Yes. Yes. I still do. I have I dreamt about nine eleven two dates before it happened. I saw Katrina about ten days before it happened. And I have a really weird thing of every time. I see ACDC in my dream. You may be the only one who dreams of them, maybe. But I, but it always manifest it. Even if it's years down the road, it always manifest if I see them clearly in a dream. I make a note of it. So it's just crazy. I think they were Malcolm and Angus for my brothers in another life. I think we have a past life connection. But tell me more about that. Well, you know, it's funny because I I met a lot of bands, you know, I met hundreds and hundreds of bands. But the night that I met ACDC. It was just this just instantaneous like we were teasing each other kidding around with each other. And they always kind of treated me like a little sister. Like picking on me a little bit but are on. But they brought you on into the inner circle. Well, yes, they did. And and that was due to my friend berry Taylor in the beginning was a Rhody for the band. And I met him on the first American tour. It was his first American tour as well. He's from England. And we he became actually we became pen pals for three years, you know, back before cell phones into. Oh, yeah. Yeah. He would right or send a postcard or call me once a week for the next three years. So I was always when the band when ABC would come through the mid west. I was always there and always backstage with the band. Thanks to my friendship with berry. Now, what convinced you really convinced you that. There was an afterlife. Probably was there one episode beyond the grandmother. I think you know, as I got older, you know, I didn't it took me a while. Because it took me to my early twenties before I really started to want to explore it. But I always believed in it. It was always, you know, just like a I think it was my grandmother's attitude about it to like. Well, of course, we go on don't be silly. Yeah. So it's something I was always kind of brought up with although not a lot of people talked about it. And when I was young I get out of body experiences. When I was really little which I didn't know what they were until I was much older. But I as I would fall asleep at night. All of a sudden, the doors would get, you know, ten feet tall and the windows would get ten feet tall. And it used to scare scare me to death. But I learned later on that, you know, you were you were leaving your body. It's a little travel there. Tell us a little bit about the book the secrets of the universe. Well, again, the secrets universe originally came out in two thousand thirteen and I call it my primer to the paranormal 'cause it includes seven chapters of seven different subjects that I love I did updated and revise it and just released it about a month ago. It's a lot of new spooky stories weird stuff. Just stuff that you know, something happens all the time. I think I'm gonna have to continue this books. I've already come up with more stories. I didn't put in there. Well, you're like me, you don't believe in coincidences in you. Ironically, put that in your first chapter. I think things happen for a reason. Susan, everything does it's crazy. It's like every little thing is connected to something else. You know, whether you you talk to somebody or you happen to see something when you're out somewhere. It it just it's that that's one thing that fascinates me is the synchronicity once you get into that you get into the flow of that the mazing what you can do with it even think luck, which some people would say synchronicity, we create ourselves. Absolutely. Absolutely. Nobody can be lucky if you don't believe in it. That's right. You know? It's it all comes. I I was really when I was a kid. I was fascinated with biographies which is weird because I had no intention of growing up and being biographer. But what I wanted to know when I was, you know, like in fourth fifth grade I wanted to know how all these people made their dreams come true. You know, astronauts baseball players you'll everybody Madame Curie Amelia Earhart. How did they do it? And the one thing that I noticed of years now, I've read probably hundreds of biographies. There's one thing that is always the same with every single person. No matter how smart they were or how they got through their lives, or what help them the one main thing that they all had was one word belief, and I would have said positively so it's probably one in the same. What do you think? Exactly. Oh, yes. Yeah. You have to be positive to believe in yourself negative people. Don't accomplish things. They don't. And it's it's hard. You know, because it's a hard thing every day to be positive all day. Believe me, I'm not all the time. Kyrie human being you're not. You're not supposed to be upbeat all the time. I mean, I think if you didn't have feelings of being depressed once in a while and stuff, you you would not be human. But the secret is to pull yourself out of it quick. And and move on right right to be able to recognize it too. Especially with self talk. You know, I'm the worst about that. I'm the worst quick. I'm always the first one to criticize myself and say, well, you could have done that better. And that is not a good thing it, it's not very supportive of myself. So I I work on that every day when you hear the word synchronicity. What does that mean to you? I think it means that it just means that it's it's you're in the flow. You know, it's all Sipe ration- and all energy in the groove. Same thing. Yeah. Absolutely. You know, you're you're you're in the beach or dancing to the beat and a lot of people like my sister notices that she sees three three three all the time and four four four and five five five eleven. Yes. Exactly. And I gave her I let her borrow my angel book. And what all numbers mean? And I it's exciting for her because she's learning that when she sees that that she's doing exactly what she should be doing at that moment. Now, I feel you do you pay attention to your synchronous cities. And do they help guide you? Oh, absolutely. Yes. Me too. What would you? What would you say was your most incredible synchronicity you can recall? Well, that's pretty easy actually. And I'll try to you know, kind of make it short enough. I self published my first book. Rock and roll fantasy as a CD-rom. Okay..

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"sock city" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

12:02 min | 3 years ago

"sock city" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"About Susan Masino. She's been a rock journalist for more than thirty years is the author of a number of books, including let there be rock. The story of ACDC. That's now in eleven languages, by the way. And of course, the secrets of the universe is. Well, she is hosted a live radio show for years appears in DVD's on ECDC's, let there be rock and van halen's early years. She's also a paranormal researcher self published her fifth book the secrets of the universe and universal laws passed lives ghost adventures and more. And here she is back on coast-to-coast. Susan, welcome back, George. Thank you so much for having me. I'm really excited to be here. How did you get so interested in being a rock and roll journalist? Oh my goodness. I grew up in the business, my parents owned venues. So when I was born actually, they they own the Riverview. All Roman sock city, Wisconsin, and I was a baby. So I I remember the music coming through the walls. But I I grew up watching musicians come and play and load in and load out and style in love with that. And as I got older, I was I was horrible on an instrument. So I couldn't really be a performer and I figured out. Well, I could review band stall. Which is what was happening the light seventies. 'cause you all you had was radio TV and print. There is a little magazine newspaper in Madison that I started with and that kinda took off. And luckily, I ran a day CDC was one of my first assignments and that definitely helped shape my career. That's great. Did you ever interview our friends at Z Z top? I have not I have seen them live. But I've never gotten if you ever want to do that Tom Kitt arrange that for you. Oh, he's very close with Billy Gibbons, of course. And the one of the world's greatest guitarists. Oh, yes. Yeah. I love those guys. And you know, every time I talk with you, whether it's beyond belief for the radio program. I think of our friend Gary Patterson who passed on he loved the rock business and music, and he was just into that and cash miss him. Susan. Oh, yeah. He was so great. I I was very shocked when I heard that he had passed and he really left quite a legacy. You know, his books are amazing. He knew all the stories, and I miss him too. You know, he was wonderful. I never missed it. When he was on your show where you went way too. So do you think he's like listening on to the program right now? Go cheering every time. We mentioned his name. Oh, I'm sure. Yes. Because you know, you you not only have you been a rock journalist. But you're also interested in the afterlife. How did that happen for you? Oh my goodness. That started very very early. I was around five at the time. And I used to get to stay at my grandparents house on the lake and beaver dam, Wisconsin. And my grandmother had a day bed where you know, my sisters, and I would sleep, and we would always say the Lord's prayer. And we would always talk before we go to sleep. And she told us scared. The heck outta me at the time. But she told us how after her mother had passed that she came back and appeared to her in her bedroom to tell her that she was okay. And needless to say they spend every night after that. Every time I stayed there. I stared at the doorway waiting and waiting until I fall asleep thinking, I wonder if she's going to show up again. Did it scare you it did? But it really fascinated me because I'm thinking, well, how is that possible? Like does that mean, it's that's a good thing. Or or is it a bad thing that she she can't move on? Or it brought up tons of questions for me. It. Sure does questions that. I bet you continue to ask yourself and others. Oh, yeah. It's always I mean now things are crazy. I mean, everything that you listen to is so fascinating. Now, people are really opening up and stories are coming out and disclosure of so many things, and I think this is going to be an exciting year for us. I think so too. We're going to talk with Susan about so many things in our latest book the secrets of the universe, which includes some ghost adventures synchronicity that occur past lives and the universal laws as well. You you had a lot of prophetic dreams when you were youngster too. Didn't you? Yes. Yes. I still do. I have I dreamt about nine eleven two dates before it happened. I saw Katrina about ten days before it happened. And I have a really weird thing of every time. I see ACDC in my dream. You may be the only one who dreams of them, maybe. But I, but it always manifest it. Even if it's years down the road, it always manifest if I see them clearly in a dream. I make a note of it. So it's just crazy. I think they were Malcolm and Angus for my brothers in another life. I think we have a past life connection. But tell me more about that. Well, you know, it's funny because I I met a lot of bands, you know, I met hundreds and hundreds of bands. But the night that I met ACDC. It was just this just instantaneous like we were teasing each other kidding around with each other. And they always kind of treated me like a little sister. Like picking on me a little bit. But you know, you're on but they brought you on into the inner circle. Well, yes, they did. And and that was due to my friend berry Taylor in the beginning. Who was a Rhody for the end. And I met him on the first American tour. It was his first American tour as well. He's from England. And we he came actually we became pen pals for three years, you know, back before cell phones and computers. Oh, yeah. Yeah. He would right or send a postcard or call me once a week for the next three years. So I was always when the band when CDC would come through the mid west. I was always there and always backstage with the band. Thanks to my friendship with berry. Now, what convinced you really convinced you that. There was an afterlife. Probably was there one episode beyond the grandmother. I think you know, as I got older, you know, I didn't it took me a while. Because it took me till my early twenties before I really started to want to explore it. But I always believed in it. It was always, you know, just like a I think it was my grandmother's attitude about it too of like, well, of course, we go on don't be silly. Yeah. So it's something I was always kind of brought up with although not a lot of people talked about it. And when I was young I get out of body experiences. When I was really little which I didn't know what they were until I was much older, but I would fall asleep at night. All of a sudden, the doors would get, you know, ten feet tall in the windows will get ten feet tall. And it used to scare to scare me to death. But I learned later on that, you know, you were you were leaving your body. It's a little travel. A little bit about the book the secrets of the universe. Well, again, the secrets universe originally came out in two thousand thirteen and I call it my primer to the paranormal 'cause it includes seven chapters of seven different subjects that I love I did updated and revise it. And just really stood about a month ago. It's a lot of new spooky stories weird stuff. Just stuff that you know, something happens all the time. I think I'm going to have to continue this books. I've already come up with more stories. I didn't put in there. Well, you're like me, you don't believe in coincidences in Iran. Put that in your first chapter. I think things happen for reasons. Susan, everything does it's crazy. It's like every little thing is connected to something else. You know, whether you talk to somebody or you happen to see something when you're out somewhere. It just it's that that's one thing that fascinates me is the synchronicity once you get into that you get into the flow of that. It's amazing what you can do with it. I even think luck, which some people would say synchronicity we create ourselves. Absolutely. Absolutely. Nobody can be lucky if you don't believe in it. That's right. It's it all comes. I I was really when I was a kid. I was fascinated with biographies which is weird because I had no intention of growing up and being a biographer. But what I wanted to know when I was, you know, like in fourth fifth grade I wanted to know how all these people made their dreams come true. You know, astronauts baseball player you'll everybody Madame Curie Amelia Earhart. How did they do it? And the one thing that I noticed of years now, I've read probably hundreds of biographies. There's one thing that is always the same with every single person. No matter how smart they were or how they got through their lives, or what helped them the one main thing that they all had was one word belief, and I would have said positively so it's probably one in the same. What do you think? Exactly. Oh, yes. Yeah. You have to be positive to believe in yourself negative people. Don't accomplish things. They don't. And it's it's hard. You know, because it's a hard thing every day to be positive all day. Believe me, I'm not all the time. Now, you Kyrie human being you're not. You're not supposed to be upbeat all the time. I mean, I think if you didn't have feelings of being depressed once in a while and stuff, you would not be human. But the secret is to pull yourself out of it quick and move on right right to be able to recognize it too. Especially with self talk. You know, I'm the worst about that. I'm the worst quick. I'm always the first one to criticize myself and say, well, you could have done that better. And that is not a good thing. It's not very supportive of myself. So I work on that every day when you hear the word synchronicity. What does that mean to you? I think it means that it just means that it's it's you're in the flow. You know, it's all vibration and all energy in the groove. Same thing. Absolutely. You know, you're you're you're in the beach or dancing to the beat and a lot of people like my sister notices that. She sees three three three all the time and four four four five five five seven eleven. Yes. Exactly. And I gave her I let her borrow my angel book on what all numbers mean. And I it's exciting for her because she's learning that when she sees that that she's doing exactly what she should be doing at that moment. Now, I feel you do you pay attention to your synchronous cities. And do they help guide you? Oh, absolutely. Yes. Me too. What would you? What would you say was your most incredible synchronicity you can recall? Well, that's pretty easy actually. And I'll try to you know, kind of make it short enough. I self published my first book. Rock and roll fantasy as a CD-rom. Okay. Back in two thousand one it was very expensive..

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