35 Burst results for "Sonny"

Russia Is in Meltdown Over Potential Ukraine Draft

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:47 sec | Last week

Russia Is in Meltdown Over Potential Ukraine Draft

"Is having a meltdown. The telegraph, Putin passes secret law to send 1 million Russians to fight in Ukraine. Washington Post Putin faces fury in Russia over military mobilization prisoner swamp. New York Times, a lot of panic. Russian men fearing Ukraine draft seek refuge abroad. They're getting out of Russia because they've lost 75,000 KIA. In Russia has lost 75,000 young men and officers and they have no command structure and it's a mess. Putin is threatening nuclear weapons there is a good story at The Washington Post that Biden has communicated several times about privately, but they say over several months. And I think maybe they ought to be on the phone, blinken and saying, here's what will happen. I think they ought to do it with the European allies.

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Is a Thatcherite Revolution Underway in Great Britain?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:33 sec | Last week

Is a Thatcherite Revolution Underway in Great Britain?

"In Great Britain, a revolution is underway. And I mean the kind that we like. A thatcherite revolution. The Chancellor of the exchequer quasi Quartet has gotten up and delivered his interim budget total tax cuts of about 45 billion by 26 27 basic income tax to fall in 19% national insurance will be cut on November 6th energy bills capped at 2500. Stamp duty cuts for 200,000 people limit on bankers bonuses grab the corporation tax is not going up. It is a thatcherite budget.

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Democrats Pass Fake Police Bills

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:25 min | Last week

Democrats Pass Fake Police Bills

"If you're watching the Salem news channel, the first thing that came up were the fake police bills that the Democrats passed yesterday. Completely fake, they passed four police bills completely fake, Brett asked me about them, cut 29. It's a real question about whether the Senate moves forward with this bill or not. It's obvious precarious to start having these discussions with progressive Democrats and talking about defunding or the like just weeks before the election. I think it was a bad move by the Democrats. It's the same dean Phillips and the like minded Democrats here report led in from Minnesota voting begins in Minnesota tomorrow. In the third congressional district, so called moderate dean Phillips is being challenged by, for example, by Tom wyler, some reader turned first time congressional candidate wherever he goes, while her talks about crime in fentanyl. Dean Phillips has spent all month negotiating with squad, these radical members to try and pretend that they are tough on crime. Well, it doesn't do anything about fentanyl. Doesn't do anything about the border doesn't do anything about the burnout areas of Minneapolis. I think it is shouting into the wind and the Democrats would have been better off to spend their time on the ground talking to voters about fentanyl and the border and promising to do something next time. And they hadn't done any of that. And so they passed a bunch of bills and they wasted a bunch of time and time and Tom weiler is still a much better candidate than dean Phillips in Minnesota start voting today vote for wyler vote for all the Republicans

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AJ on Why Jeremy Renner Lived With His 'Friend' During His Marriage

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:13 min | Last week

AJ on Why Jeremy Renner Lived With His 'Friend' During His Marriage

"And basically when Jeremy Renner's divorce battle was heating up a few years ago, his buddy claimed that renner's estranged wife was extorting him, her name is Sonny Pacheco. She was extorting him and this guy says she only married him for a green card. And basically it was an arrangement that he and renner were very suspicious of. And listen, these guys certainly come across as being gay lovers. There's nowhere else. There's no one else to put it. And that's, I know a hypocritical coming from me, a guy who's lived with men before I was married, but this is a little different. You know, they know each other a long time, these guys, his name is Christopher winters. And when does it run or live together as roommates during much of render's 11 month marriage? They still were together. And I got a question a movie star still living with his buddy. I'm sorry. Once you make it, you kind of set your buddy up someplace else. Put him close by if you want. But no, it's like when Hugh Jackman has his trainer stay in the room in their home. Okay. And this room is quite a ways away from where Hugh Jackman's wife sleeps. You get the point.

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Correa answers boos with go-ahead HR, Twins top Yanks 4-3

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 weeks ago

Correa answers boos with go-ahead HR, Twins top Yanks 4-3

"The Minnesota Twins awarded a four game series sweep as they edged the Yankees four to three Carlos Correa provided the winning talents making a two run Homer to the left field seats in the 8th He's a guy that they brought three times throughout the series of face me so I got a good look at him and you know usually the ball fan guys are surprised you because you don't face him a lot but I got to present three times and I got the shape of his pictures and I got a good pitch to hit I didn't miss it The Yankees jumped out to a two zero lead on a Miguel and duho two run shot in the fourth twin started Sonny gray with salad but did not factor to the decision giving up two runs on 7 hits striking out 7 over 6 frames of work The Yankees four game winning streak came to an end as they have a four and a half game lead in the American League east The twins now sit in second place a game and a half back in the American League central Mike Moore New York

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"sonny" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

08:25 min | Last month

"sonny" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"A fine wine. Let's get some headlines. The NCAA let me try to read this with a straight face. The NBA, the NCAA, NBA, all the same professional. Ask member institutions to help turn in help them with NIL violations. Why don't you do your own job NCAA because you can't. Ah, the SEC versus big Tim. This is a well, it's not a war, is it? It's worse. For the supremacy of who can beat your chest, the loudest. It's all about money. And does it mean more? Let's get to the calls and pat starts it off from Georgia. Hey pat. Hey, Paul, thanks. I thought I heard today. There's a Big Ten, 7 years, 7 to $8 billion. Is that right? That is correct. Do you know if you see LA and southern Cal or baked into that number? I would assume they are, yes. Okay. Now, talking about the SEC for a minute. When is their contract? How do they even start? Well, no, but we have a contract with ESPN, right? Yeah, it runs until I believe 2034. So the SEC not the ACC, right? No, I know exactly what you said. Listen to me. Okay. The SEC contract has begun, but the football part of it does not, the new football part of it, which means taking over the three 30 window does not begin until 2024. Or 25. Let me think. 24, yeah. Okay. Well, and may I assume that Texas and Oklahoma are not baked into the contract. What they mean, I believe, is $80 million, they are worth an approximate $80 million per school. All right. So listen to this for a second. I just grabbed this. This is the annual national media revenue according to multiple reports. When all this goes into effect, the NFL will get ten point will get 10 billion per year. The NBA gets two two and a half Major League Baseball writer under two, the Big Ten when all this goes into effect will be about 1.1 billion in the SEC is at 588 million. And that will be adjusted. Well, you said when everything goes into effect. This is adjusted for when it goes into effect in 2024. Okay. So we're about half a half a $1 billion behind the Big Ten right now and that won't be corrected until 2034. Is that a safe conclusion? Yeah, I mean, listen, you understand you were in the world of finance. I mean, there are all kinds of look ins. There are elevators, there are clauses. As I told somebody yesterday, the problem was the CBS deal was, there was not a clause in there for expansion. There is a cause in all of these new contracts for expansion. You can be assured of that. And it's significant clauses, by the way. So I don't think, I mean, at some point, you do have to go back to the table. You understand that. And I'm getting into an area that is really not my domain, but at some point I'm sure the SEC and ESPN, when more schools show up, they go in there and adjust these numbers. Okay. Well, and there are three different networks. For the $1.1 billion. That's why it was easier to get that number as high as it was. Okay. What Kevin Warren did is the same thing that Roger Goodell has always done. And he has done it even more in recent years as he has Roger Goodell has four networks, a party to his NBC was Sunday Night. He's got ESPN on Monday night. He has CBS and Fox on Sunday afternoon. And that's exactly what Warren did. The SEC has its entire deal with ESPN. And that's not necessarily a bad thing and I would certainly hope that we would ride the coattails of the Big Ten to more money sooner than 20, 34. My other observation is NBC's night game is probably going to be your West Coast. Right. And your noon games and the three 30 game probably going to be the east coast in the Midwest. Yeah, and then that's where when you start trying to evaluate, okay, Texas, Oklahoma versus USC and UCLA. That southern Cal deal meant a great deal to the Big Ten because now they have a window that is more suitable for the West Coast. And a lot of times you have a three 30 Eastern Time West Coast game. It's starting at 1230 in LA or an evening game 7 30 starting at four 30 there. I mean, I don't want to speak for you, but they're on that many West Coast games. I'm staying up until two 30 in the morning to watch the end of. Well, there aren't any West Coast games I'm going to start looking at at 10 o'clock at night. I mean, I just turn on SportsCenter and SEC channel in the morning, find out what happens. That's a good idea. So anyway, we firmly, we do recommend. And by the way, when we talk about ESPN, we're not just talking about one channel here. We're talking about ESPN, ESPN2, and the SEC network, which has three games on an ABC, excuse me. So yeah, I mean, that's a big deal. I mean, yes. No, it is. ESPN is a lot more than, well, I was about to say it's a lot more than Stephen a Smith. It's not, that he is he is ESPN. You like Stephen a Smith. Steve, you do. Yeah, you know, I don't know how many friends he has, but I am proud to count myself among the very few. And I listened to him because of what you just said. So what attracts you to Steven a? What attracts me to Stephen is his life story. He grew up poor kid in the queen and queens. And he fought at it. He fought his way out of there. He played basketball. In college in North Carolina at an HBCU and he was a sports writer, a good part of his life and somehow he gets hired by ESPN and he gets fired. And then he does it all over again. I mean, I really like his story. And one day, I talked to him the other day. He is going to be where we are in a couple of weeks, and we're going to try to get him in studio. We did this once when we were in New York. I don't know if you remember the show. And when people hear his story and hear him talk, and I'm not talking about screaming and hollering about who's better, Michael or LeBron, stuff that matters, not one bit to anyone. He's a fascinating person. He's not for everyone. But I genuinely like him and consider him a close friend. We'll take a break. More to come. More of your phone calls right after this. Geico asks, how would you love a chance to save some money on car insurance? Of course

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Twins sweep 2-game series with Tigers behind Gray, Miranda

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 months ago

Twins sweep 2-game series with Tigers behind Gray, Miranda

"Sonny gray strikes out 7 batters to help the twins tame the tigers 9 to one Grey picked up the win to improve to 5 and three giving up the tigers lone run on just two hits over 6 innings His bats gave him a three zero lead before he stepped on the mound to deliver his first pitch of the game in the bottom of the first There was one hit in the second inning and it was like a two or a three one count or something like that and in my brain I'm just like just throw a fastball right in the middle of the plate just with conviction and aggressive heater in the middle and let's just see how far they can hit it And if they hit a solo Homer then we're still winning by two The twins tacked on 6 more in the late innings to earn a sweep of the two game series and open up a three game lead on the Indians in the AL central Denny cap

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White Sox rout Twins 12-2, extend win streak to three games

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 months ago

White Sox rout Twins 12-2, extend win streak to three games

"The White Sox are within four games of the AL central lead after blasting the first place twins 12 two Luis Robert highlighted his third consecutive three hit game with a Grand Slam that put Chicago ahead 6 one He added a run scoring single in the 6th inning giving him a team high 54 RBIs Zebe zavala added a three run blast in the 9th off twins infielder Nick Gordon Winning pitcher Johnny cueto allowed a run in 7 hits over 6 innings Sonny gray was tagged for 6 runs over three and two thirds as Minnesota saw its division lead dropped to three and a half games over Cleveland I'm Dave

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Seager's HR sparks Rangers past Twins 6-5 to end 4-game skid

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 3 months ago

Seager's HR sparks Rangers past Twins 6-5 to end 4-game skid

"Corey Seager led a 6 run 5th inning that sent the rangers to their first win in 5 games 6 5 versus the twins See your belt in a three run Homer to cap the outburst helping Texas erase a three zero deficit The rangers had just two base runners in the first four innings against Sonny gray before loading the bases with nobody out Mitch garver was hit by a pitch leote Tavares hit a sacrifice fly and Josh Smith tied it with an RBI single winning pitcher John gray and 8 over 5 and a third yielding two run homers by Carlos Correa and Ryan Jeffers Sonny gray lost for the first time in his last ten starts I'm Dave

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Former Theranos exec Ramesh Balwani convicted of fraud

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 months ago

Former Theranos exec Ramesh Balwani convicted of fraud

"There's been a second conviction in the theranos case A jury has convicted former theranos executive Sonny balwani of collaborating with disgraced CEO Elizabeth Holmes in a massive fraud involving the blood testing company The 12 jurors found balwani guilty of all 12 felony counts of defrauding both investors and the patients who trusted unreliable blood tests that could have jeopardized their health Holmes was convicted on four counts of investor fraud and conspiracy earlier this year the two each face up to 20 years in prison Holmes is scheduled to be sentenced in late September the date on balwani sentencing is expected to be set in the coming days I'm Shelley Adler

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James Caan, Oscar nominee for 'The Godfather,' dies at 82

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 months ago

James Caan, Oscar nominee for 'The Godfather,' dies at 82

"Actor James Caan has died at the age of 82 according to his manager a cause of death was not given I'm Archie's are a letter with a look at his career We don't discuss business at the table When things would get tense during the making of The Godfather James Caan used to drop his pants and moon the cast and crew aside from playing Sonny Corleone Khan was also known for the movie's elf Rollerball Mickey blue eyes and Brian's song Please don't do it When he was cast as the bedridden author Paul Sheldon in misery he told reporters in 1990 it was impossible to stay still It was rob Linus statistic joke She said let's get the most hype of guy we know And put him in a bed and tell him he can't move

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Hells Angel founder Sonny Barger dead at 83

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:53 min | 3 months ago

Hells Angel founder Sonny Barger dead at 83

"Sonny barger, the notorious founding member of the hells angels motorcycle club. Was also an author, ex convict, an occasional star on Sons of Anarchy, he's also one of the bikers that provided the violent bloody security at the infamous 1969 Rolling Stones altamont concert, well, he died a few days ago. He was 83 years old. And interestingly enough, he announced his own death in a pre written message, which was posted yesterday on Facebook, and it said, and this is brilliant. And it's something I need to do as well. I'm jealous. He wrote, if you're reading this message, you'll know I'm gone. I've asked that this note be posted immediately after my passing. I've lived a long and good life filled with adventure. And I've had the privilege to be part of an amazing club. Although I've had a public persona for decades, I've mostly enjoyed special time with my club brothers, my family, and close friends. Please know that I passed peacefully after a brief battle of cancer. But also know that in the end, I was surrounded by what really matters. My wife, zorana, as well as my loved ones, keep your head up high, stay loyal, remain free and always value honor, sunny. Interesting, sunny barger has long been the face of the notorious outlaw biker gang that hells angels, also a founding member of the club's Oakland California chapter. The guy wrote 6 books, including his autobiography, hells, angel, the life and times of sunny barger, and the hells angels motorcycle club.

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Is the 'Toy Story' Outrage Real?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:36 min | 3 months ago

Is the 'Toy Story' Outrage Real?

"I'm not Sonny, I got a question for you about marketing. I learned this when the arc came out. The Russell Crowe aren't movie, whatever that was called NOAA or whatever. They created a controversy. I mean, they actually and I know that people who did this. They created a controversy. Oh, conservative Christians won't like this movie because of the way that we portray certain elements. And they just made it up, conservative Christians didn't care about them. It was a stinker. And so I think most of that so called controversy about this is made up by Disney to try and get attention to a movie that's just a stinker. Which controversy is that. That there's a same sex kiss, which, you know, basically wouldn't register on my radar to begin with. And I don't think anyone is not going to his thinker movie. It's just that movies are expensive. I took my grandkids to see a movie. I took them to see bad guys, and I loved it. But you know, I was kind of stunned at what it cost to go to the movies with three kids. Yeah. Yeah, no, it's expensive. I mean, there's certainly a ginned up controversy element to a lot of there's a type of marketing that is basically well, you know, some people aren't going to like this. And because those people are bad. You saw the same thing during the Obi-Wan show where there was a supposedly a controversy about some Star Wars fans didn't like it because the lead villain in the show is a black woman. And I mean, I'm sure there's some YouTube comments there somewhere who was complaining about that, but the real problem with that show was that it's just boring.

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The FDA Has Lost the Trust of the American People

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:07 min | 3 months ago

The FDA Has Lost the Trust of the American People

"So it comes my turn to talk about it and I know that FDA and jewel are on the agenda cut number 24 Jacob, please. I don't hear anything from the administration about fentanyl. And those numbers are through the roof. It's a tomb and the fentanyl that all of us agree is the number one part of the border crisis is what we have to be focused on to kill the 107,000 American last year. It is a wide open border. I know you wanted to talk about the FDA and Joel. And I have to say, why are we focusing part of the federal government? The FDA on regulating jewel when we can't regulate the border. Why do we assume the federal government can do anything when it can't do the first thing, which is to control the border. As Molly said, the cartels control the border, not that. And administration, so why would we trust the FDA, which had a very bad year anyway in the course of COVID? They blew the Johnson & Johnson pause. They blew in fact, they blew a lot of the Abbott laboratory process. They do not have a great reputation right now and they're shutting down jewel. I'm not a fan of Joel. Why in the world would we trust them when the government can't do anything on its number one job?

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Still Little to No News in January 6 Hearings

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:02 min | 3 months ago

Still Little to No News in January 6 Hearings

"We also got on the panel last night to the one 6 hearing, and a big surprise, a big surprise for me. I learned something from the one securing history, cut number 23. What do you make of this hearing today and overall how these have kind of come out methodically? Well, today I learned something new. Something that's unusual. I learned that the assistant attorney general for the office of legal counsel, Steve engel. I've only met once and had a long conversation with once. But he very highly esteemed in Washington, D.C., and he served in that job four years for president Trump. When asked by president Trump what he would do if he fired the acting attorney general replaced him with a Trump oil is further down. He said, I'll quit. And the president backed off. That's news. That's the first time I've learned something from these hearings. And so the reason the public is fundamentally disinterested in what is going on in the Nancy Pelosi won 6 committee is that there is precious little news in these carriers. But when there is some, I notice it. And I know that the president got pushed back from one of his most trusted age and we ought to know that.

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Supreme Court Strikes Down Gun Restrictions in New York

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:16 min | 3 months ago

Supreme Court Strikes Down Gun Restrictions in New York

"The big news yesterday, of course, Supreme Court said that the Second Amendment oddly means what it says. It's a plane reading. I was on with special report last night with Brett bear joined by the estimable Molly Hemingway and Leslie Marshall and got asked out of the box explain it and it's a 136 pages, but I did this in 53 seconds, cut number 22. You significant, this gun ruling today, the impact nationwide. Well, there are 6 other states brat that have the same sort of regime about issuing permits that New York State does, a regime that was struck down as unconstitutional under the plain language of the Second Amendment today. Justice Alito, he wrote a concurring opinion, 6 judges, 6 justices agreed and justice Thomas wrote the majority opinion, but justice later said, look, what we're deciding today is very simply put. Americans have the right to go out of their house and carry their weapon in self defense. They don't have to beg a bureaucrat to get that permit. And 43 states already agree with that. The 7 states who have asked me may give you the permit regimes, their laws are unconstitutional. No one should be surprised by this. It's been ten years coming and being made explicit, but it's not a surprise.

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"sonny" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

03:00 min | 3 months ago

"sonny" Discussed on Broken Record

"What are you listening to? What are you enjoying listening to now? I would listen to too much music. I have nothing to sell my music and my life. I still think music all the time. I'm still playing my horn. Even though I can't play my order anymore, I'm still imagining passages that I would be fingering on my instrumental, although I can't do that anymore. So I'm listening to music, I love music. I get to hear music. I'm from the radio stations that have some music and I love it. But I don't know to listen to music anymore. I don't mean go out in the street. I mean, I don't seek out music anymore. Is it frustrating to hear in a sense? Since you can't, you know, just pick up your horn and play some figures or anything. I wouldn't look very completely frustration, but that's part of it. Because there's a fear what I would be doing, what I can do. So in a sense, I was first not all frustration. Because I love music and listening to somebody that I admire is great. It should great feeling. So she may come a little bit because I would say contribute being that was part of the scene. This is a pleasure and an honor speaking with you. I hope we get to do it again. Okay, man, take it easy. Use well, sir. All right, man. All right, bye, sunny. Thanks to Sonny Rollins for taking us back to some of the earliest, most important moments in American recorded music history. The hero favorite Sonny Rollins songs, check out the playlist at broken record podcast dot com. Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel at YouTube dot com slash broken record podcast where you can find all of our new episodes. You can follow us on Twitter at broken wreck. Broken record is produced at help from Lee arose, Jason gambel, Ben holiday, Mark Sandler, and Jennifer Sanchez, with engineering help from Nick chafee. Our executive producer is Mia Labelle. Broken record is a production of pushkin industries. If you like this show and others from pushkin, consider subscribing to pushkin plus. Push can plus is a podcast subscription that offers bonus content and uninterrupted ad free listening for 4.99 a month. Look for pushkin plus on Apple podcast subscriptions. And if you like the show, please remember to share weight and review us on your podcast app. Our themes expect any beats. I'm Justin richman..

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"sonny" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

08:00 min | 3 months ago

"sonny" Discussed on Broken Record

"Let's create. Learn more at IBM dot com. The eagles flying high on cocaine and peyote. Juice world, smuggling 70 pounds of pot on private jets. Taylor Swift, dodging drained stalkers with facial recognition technology. Billie Holiday, training a heroin hound to deliver her fix. George Harrison, dodging his own murder. These are just some of the stories covered in season 9 of the award winning music and true crime podcast, disgraceland. Disgraceland is hosted by me, Jake Brennan. And is the world's first and best music and true crime podcast. Named 2021s best music podcast by the webby awards. You can find new episodes, including upcoming stories about George Harris and the temptations and more on Tuesdays wherever you listen to podcasts. Then binge the full disgraceland catalog with over 100 episodes on artists like The Rolling Stones, Jay-Z, prince, Cardi B and more, for free, exclusively in the Amazon music app. Rock and roll. We're back with the rest of my conversation with Sonny Rollins. Do you remember where you were when you found out Clifford and Richie Powell passed away in that car accident? Well, the man was in brownie and Richie were in Philadelphia where they lived. Richie lived in willow grove sort of suburb ranging with in Philly, so we had been on the road to very big erodes. So just he had a low time off before we went. I think we have gone back to California, but on the way we were going to play in to Carlos. Anyway, the days we had off max and myself came to New York and George Margo came to New York. The next job was to follow. And we left Chicago traveling by car and what she followed left Philadelphia traveling on the Pennsylvania turn break by call. Max and I got we've had such a problem and we know rating around there. I remember miles was playing at a club right there in the street when 63rd street. So while we were waiting for cliff bridge to arrive in Chicago, we had the bad news. It was a shocker and we were quiet like babies. And there were now as a very different everybody loved brownies. I mean, Richie too, but Bernie was, you know, brownie was the leader. And God was more accolades in the ritual. You know what she was sort of, but she was making his name at the time really, huh? He was making his name at the time. Incredible plan. Really. Did you see bud Powell in the sort of aftermath of that or ever get a chance to talk with bud Powell who was Richie Powell's brother? Do you know how he took that? I don't know how he took that. No. Okay. No, I don't know. Did you feel like that band had more yet to do? I've been so we think you know president I used to practice together all the time and besides the gigs, but we were trying to get closer. You know, as the musicians, playing it, a saxophone and trumpet. So we were trying to get coffee, trying to get tighter with our things we had to play on sambal. And everything and I was new in the band. I was trying to learn the book and all of this stuff that we saw that was just the repertoire of his playing with Clifford that he and I tried to always get closer. So yeah, I think that a lot to do. Yeah. Do you think that had anything to do with you sort of stripping things back and going to that trio format the next year? Just you on sacks and then bass and drums. Was that related musically at all? I don't remember when I did the first three albums. That would have been 50 around that time? Yeah, sick maybe 6 months later, 8 months later, it would have been just the yeah. I don't know if no, I don't believe so, because I had always, I had always enjoyed the small instrumentation. And in fact, when I first met my friend trio and we were playing opposite miles. Miles was starving even low card bad. And that guy's playing trigger at that time, so no, I think, I think the trio had been stemmed from the Clifford bag. Were you surprised how curious people found that idea of you just playing in that small trio, you based drums, like you did on way out west or night at the Vanguard. I hope that it would be received well. I think it was. I think it absolutely was. I mean, it's those seem to have really stood the test of time and an incredible way, but it's funny also just in a way how curious people find that it's like, oh, wow, you know, this piano less trio, you know? It seemed to sort of well, I always liked that. And that's why there's a great panic place. There's no reflection on planner, but I like the idea of just a rhythm section, and a lot of me to sort of be free. In a completely free, just compose things in my arm. In my own mind and create the harmonies and musical situations and just came to me, I had a rhythm behind me at the base had the drums to keep things moving. And I had the freedom to conceive of all of these things. So that's why I find like that had nothing to do with anything else. I got you. There's some wild plane on those records from you. And even some incredible, you know, even from the other cats, you know, like night at the Vanguard, there's a couple of basalts on that record that are great as well, you know? Yeah, I tried to get his guys worried the fray to probably what the heck piano. Yeah. A lot of times, you know, would be reticent to do that, rose, you know, crazy piano fits right in with the with a base, you know, like ham and eggs. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Yeah. Wow. Piano jumps here. They fear his play. You know, guys can wake up in the middle of the night and drove you right in turn to the next note. So something which you know were somewhat of a challenge to them. It was Wilbur wear, by the way..

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"sonny" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

08:22 min | 3 months ago

"sonny" Discussed on Broken Record

"Lifetime is a difficult word since I believe in our nation. I accept women climate change. So maybe when you say it was a different lifetime, then to many country things surveyed to answer that or precisely. And I see what you mean. I was watching an interview did the other night in 1962 on Ralph gleason's show that I used to have jazz casual. You were the same age during the filming of that that I am now, you're 32. And you were referring to yourself as old in that taping. You refer to yourself as kind of like an old cat now. I'm curious what advice you might give yourself at 32 now. You know, I made so many mistakes in life. I've done some good things in life. You know, I was learning which was a learning experience. I think that was born a fairly positive pricing. You should call me the gesture for now your little boy. So in plain. So I think I had a positive personality. All through my life. You know, that's what we think and that's good, but things happen to us. We get tested in life. And it's a long trip. You know, and I've known so many people that didn't make it all the way. And terrible situations. I thought you were my friend, is a great drummer from Chicago named ache day. That flavor that day when I was in Chicago, I did 1949. He was strung out on drugs and I was sort of strong out of jobs and detained. So that was a different world, but it was one of those rivers I had to cross. So that it's hard to move back. You know, I made a lot of mistakes in life. I did some things in life which I like my music. I was already trying to get better, but as I said, I was advising afraid of trying to do something and playing with superior musicians and all that. No, you definitely. You know, I felt that I should be there. They wanted me to be there. We have to learn. We had to try to be the golden rule of all that just got to try to do it. We don't get it now. We have to try to again. Like the threat in the TV commercial pay me now or pay me later. I'm going to quote, I'm going to start quoting that. You got to get it right. You can't do anything and get away with it. Regard it get it right. You're not getting right now. You're going to get half a day later. Because you so see 70 things are very important to remember that what life is about. Life is to find out the reason for life, what does it mean? And that goes on a non man who knows how many lives we have to live. A billion trillion who knows, I don't know. But I know that you can't get it generally in one lifetime. Some people are really advanced that I've read in life, I say, wow, they're journey they know a lot more than I do. Then some people, I'm ahead of some other people and they're journeys. I'd say, well, I've learned some things this guy hasn't learned. This girl hasn't read. All of these things means something. We're going to take a quick break here, but we'll be back with more from sunny Rollins. 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And is the world's first and best music and true crime podcast. Named 2021s best music podcast by webby awards. You can find new episodes, including upcoming stories about George Harris in the temptations and more on Tuesdays wherever you listen to podcasts. Then binge the full disgraceland catalog with over 100 episodes on artists like The Rolling Stones, Jay-Z, prince, Cardi B and more, for free, exclusively in the Amazon music app. Rock and roll. We're back with more from sunny Rollins. You know, I'm thinking about what you've sowed musically in that certainly is more and more than I think many people, you know, whatever contribute to one lifetime. And I was thinking about the year, particular 1956 for you, that year, you played a date with Miles Davis that included Charlie Parker. Do you remember that date? Oh yeah. Collector's items exactly. You played serpent's tooth. Did you interact with bird much on that session? Well, bird was not the one of my broads. So of course, there was a lot of other things happening on that particular session. And well, I guess I might as well say it. At the time, I was still on drugs. He said, I said, he said, I told him, I think he said, do you know how you doing? I think he might have bet my life together. And I tell him, oh, yeah, yeah, man. I'm doing good, you know? So I lied to him. I wasn't very good. And some guys in the band later on during the session ratted on me. They said, oh man, sunny is funny was I getting high with this last night. So anyway later on this, I shouldn't have to find out that I had lied to him. Notice something in him had the destroyed he was, had despondent, he was to know that head. And that just really I realized, man, bird was so involved that all of the young musicians tried to follow his music and his lifestyle. It was killing him. The drugs and all that. Yeah. Yeah, knowing that all these young guys were using drugs. It was killing you. It was killed during that sort of session. So you know what? I said, okay, that's it. Mercedes to myself, I'm going to get off the drugs and show Charlie Parker that he shouldn't be so down because some people are following his positive effect on their life, not in the negative effect, and that's when I made my decision.

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"sonny" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

07:28 min | 3 months ago

"sonny" Discussed on Broken Record

"Hey everyone, today we're continuing our celebration of black music month with one of my all time favorites. Jazz legend, Sonny Rollins. Rollins is dubbed the saxophone colossus. He's an American tenor and composer who is widely regarded as one of the most influential jazz musicians ever. With several awards under his belt, a Grammy Award for lifetime achievement and the national medal of arts to name a few. Some even venture to call him the greatest living improviser. Sadly, now at 91 years old, Rollins no longer plays as a result of pulmonary fibrosis. But he is able to look back at an 8 decade career that took him all the way from the beginnings of bebop to plane with The Rolling Stones, and all over the world. On today's episode, I spoke to Sonny Rollins by phone about one of his first big gigs at 18, way back in 1949, playing alongside other jazz icons like bud Powell and fats Navarro. He also explains why he no longer actively listens to music. And for the first time ever, how Charlie Parker is the reason he kicked drugs. This is broken record. Liner notes for the digital age. I'm Justin Richmond. Here's my phone conversation with the great sunny Rollins. I want to talk about early in your career you're 18 years old in 1949. That was your first professional date. And the first that I can figure was with Babs Gonzales on St. Louis blues is that does that seem true? I know that began recording in the late 40s. I saw I would imagine that might be true. I said verify exactly. Do you remember Babs Gonzales? Pretty well? Oh, sure. Character. You know, yeah, I remember very well. I liked my playing a lot. And I used to make some of these gigs that graduated drivers had pile up the library users in the car and we go down to Philly. I would go up to Boston or president and immediate area. And hey, so I got a chance to play with some of my idols. I got a chance to play reflection of arrow. I want to bring that up the same year when you're still 18, you got to play on some pretty incredible bud Powell records where bouncing with bud, 52nd street theme, dance of the infidels. I mean, just real, real classics and you're playing on there with fats with fats Navarro, the amazing trumpet player. It's insane. Yeah, I know. I mean, I guess I had too many thoughts in my head to even stop and realize what I was doing. Yeah. Oh, but pretty nice. So this is I credit them jealous of doing that. Getting me in the latter is jobs. Faster than I think I'm sure that can't remember some of my best priorities around creating what somebody's jobs, and I was young, young cats, and my having that opportunity to partner with them was tremendous at 18 playing with people like blood pal and fats Navarro, were you nervous at all? Well, I was too stupid to be nervous. That might be a good thing. I always felt that if they wanted me there, she never should be there. I was never really one of these guys. Was your felt intimidated? I just felt reluctant. They want me to be here and then I'm just, you know, I guess I'm supposed to be here. So we're back, so I went on and did what I did. But it was certainly not on the level with JJ Johnson and all of these people that I was playing with when I was teenager. I mean, Roy Haynes, who we thankfully just like you, we still have around these days. He was on those bud Powell sessions as well. The drummer Roy Haynes, do you ever have the urge to call someone like that these days and just sort of confirm that these things actually happened? He was birthdays and overthrow them up and talk about things that we can both remember, so Roy had no way. We know we were much a young kid. We're going to be playing music. And we are moved up in our neighborhood upon the hill, a closet. We all knew them. I remember I was playing. We were last year. You must have loved Lester. I mean, I can imagine Leicester must have been an inspiration for you. God, you know, and we're so good to get to know us to yell and to know that less the young light to me. Because we used to be up in Lester's apartment at the average hotel. And guys would be lesser. Look at the window for some guys coming. Musicians, he would call that in third grade, no, say I'm not home. So here we are, a lot of people came to see him, but he didn't arrive, everybody. And he liked me like me natural is to come by there. And I got a greater friendship with her. It's a great prayer. And then gave me a lot of validation that I was doing something right. Yeah, absolutely. I'm realizing Roy has a birthday coming up in a few days here. So I guess you'll be probably calling him, huh? Oh yeah, I didn't know if cutting up the find out about it. And I will definitely call them definitely yeah. Yeah. Man, Roy will be 2097. You're 91 now. How long ago does an experience like that feel at this point? Does it even feel like it was in the same lifetime? Well, yes, it really is. Now, in a life that's a tough, tough question because lifetime means. Last week could be a different lifetime in a way of speaking. Yeah, sure. Absolutely. It's a different yes, but still it was a lifetime which I was involved in. So it's not that different. But our film is different in so many ways, definitely versus around different..

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Bill Gates says crypto and NFTs are a sham

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:04 min | 3 months ago

Bill Gates says crypto and NFTs are a sham

"Bill Gates says NFTs and crypto are 100% based on the greater fool theory. Now, generally, I see more. Are you familiar with the greater fool theory? The greater what theory? The greater fool theory. No. The greater fool theory is that no matter what you pay for something, there will be a greater fool around who will pay more for it. I've seen that in action in the last couple of weeks having it. Yeah, we have. We know. Actually, it's a true theory. Bill Gates believes in it. That's why I think I said, can we get a Montage someday of how many times I told people not to buy crypto on the show? It goes back at least 5 years. And what did I say? Don't buy what you don't understand. So unless you can sit down and explain to me how blockchain currency replaces a reserve currency, don't buy it. But in any event and non fungible tokens, that to me with the tulip bulb thing. If you study the history of economics, Arthur Brooks, westbury, they all begin with the tulip bulb thing. That's when there was a market bubble in tulip bulbs.

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The Economy Is on the Pathway to a Recession

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:51 sec | 3 months ago

The Economy Is on the Pathway to a Recession

"The news yesterday is the news as it was all week. The economy sucks because Joe Biden is president. Recession fears grow is down closes below 30,000 in mortgage rates spike. That is the headline in The Washington Post. So the second headline fed's full tilt inflation fight makes a softish landing harder to achieve. The already slim odds writes the Financial Times Colby Smith in Washington, D.C., of the Federal Reserve bringing down inflation without causing a painful economic downturn, took another leg lower on Wednesday as the U.S. Central Bank embraced what is said to be the most aggressive campaign to tighten monetary policy in decades. And that led that led to the Dow going down 741 points to close at 29 92. That's below 30,000. It was never below 30,000. I don't think under Trump. Maybe I'm wrong, but I don't think so.

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President Biden Travels to Saudi Arabia

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:46 sec | 4 months ago

President Biden Travels to Saudi Arabia

"Other our headlines. President Biden is traveling to Saudi Arabia to get big hugs The Crown prince if this was Donald Trump, there would be condemnation following condemnation going back to the murder of the journalist, but it's accepted as a necessity because The Wall Street Journal. Saudi oil boost Yemen tru since stayed for Biden visit to kingdom. We need their 648,000 barrel a day increase in oil because we can't do it ourselves because President Biden shut down the capacity to do so. OPEC agrees to accelerate oil production. And Saudi Arabia's agreement is a crucial part of that to offset the embargo on Russia, which continues its war crimes and its illegal invasion of Ukraine. President

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"sonny" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

Courtside with Seth Greenberg

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"sonny" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

"And they'll pay people will pay for that someday for making i. They weren't isolated rural people rogue range page statement that denigrated basketball athlete and most important. The some early guys. I hated that into this minute. Because you can see more up again i do. They divided basketball between supposedly characters that were around with their parents. Sometime red whether coaches sometimes there are people in business run the biggest corporation world. We saw some idiot tried to do jeopardy the whole load of item that he didn't remember five years ago and he said i mean the metoo movement to be the girls were like a breath of fresh air and the sexual san jose michigan state. I think everything brought me over now. I think we're open to make is great. This is good stuff. We're gonna work. We're gonna have an app to in the fruit right the first week of october. We're gonna bring a whole group together and as long as as long as get you set up. Well i can't do. I leave you. i'm gonna wake signed off. Then i'll get off the chair. Desert humidity can't do computer illiterate. Set for i'm slowly. But surely making my way taylor. You'd say i'm i'm illiterate. Design actually had asked how he got me this chancy microphone so it sounds better that i didn't have the setup so k y you look you look kojak. You will good taking better care of myself. That's shows that helps out. But i appreciate everything you've done. I still i mean like i said i i still remember that i still remember those columbia nikes and i said i still remember when i was fortunate. Gets the gene tech job. That and i'm sure it was probably comfortable. You crazy but you picked up the phone and and you said you know if you wanna come with adidas. we'd love to have your net nan. That meant the world debate. That meant that. I got to me. I appreciate and hopefully we. Hopefully we did things directly. So i appreciate my friend. Thanks for listening to courtside greenberg. Dockage check out more greek podcasts. Espn on the espn app. Have you listen to podcast..

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"sonny" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

Courtside with Seth Greenberg

08:21 min | 1 year ago

"sonny" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

"A statement who supreme court justice leaving the building which are white insane by the way. I think that you know these kids. I think that'd be antitrust. All that antitrust was just nineteen deprived when the regions case was him making the statement. It was never a law. So what happened. In irony for your supreme court righted the supreme court. They can't change it. These kids are home free now. He's got to happen. i hope they do. I hope the kids have the liberty. But the thing i'd ask for grad for a few years if a kid wasn't drafted i think your school. Y'all go back to school. What was the senate hiring a guiding agent. And he didn't make it you're the one condemning him rudolph one condemning him. Did he bring it back to school. Give an education. He must kill me pretty good. You recruited them. He getting bad for for the colleges. Love wasn't enough for the problems. Bring back the school. i agree here. Let me finish this thing. And this is maybe a hundred percent agree with. I think the i actually think part of religion track of education like you know. Kids are more concerned. Maybe with their brand than working under dame again because like the nba's use masseuse club. It's most exclusive club but there are other ways to make living but it's not as easy overseas people. Think that's my house me all the time but i i like what you're saying. Because here's here's the thing that i think is is is going to happen named jim. Lancaster zion williams for johnny manziel certain. Maybe those girls in fresno that's great that's great but the reality is everyone can't be influencers and everyone can't be everywhere may be converted camp near survive works autograph signing and things of that nature. But but i think what's going to happen is basically we're we're we're we're basically just great situation where you rate we'd legalized. What has been happening for. Fifty two hundred years two hundred years is the best teams the best mess universities through the biggest boosters great for your outrage gay rapid to get the best flights three days where do you think college. Athletics two terms. You see all this stuff going on with conferences. You think one day we're going to have four conferences and maybe fifty nine nine. Football plan conference Remain saying but do eventually receive. They're just going to cannibalize each other. We're gonna we're gonna have small group kind of like with. Footballs and i think it's inevitable. I think that's where they're going and they just made that move and now the pack. Twelve back ken ill. South southwest auditory are now. They're going to get together. And whether you're going to see here especially in our game said you're to see demise in little schools can be heroes and basketball. We can win. We may not have won a championship. But we got. We got pretty good. We did pretty well with win. A game were to restore. The year was always the one that shouldn't have been destroyed. Jimmy beating joey see. Joey was never supposed to lose but in basketball she i think. Football is the dynamic ever since the beginning ever since the twenty s never basketball took one hundred years to become a game. I mean yeah. There's no question about that. I already magic changed conference that that night that week. But isn't that interesting. We've seen throughout the year rate. Football players lead great teams and then disappear. I mean i. I i go back you know sam cunningham jumping over alabama or touch thousand barbari rule. I need block layers of that at one point but we never knew that that game but bird and magic was the game. there's always something a lifetime. I believe. I believe in a competitive life as artistic at singing acting where something hits the vein of the public It's out and they love you forever. And we both watch throwing up. And i'm much older than uber. All of us in our our parents watch it to beginning ethnically driven i rooted. I'm a giant century. In pittsburgh i do every your china i re i. I was going to kentucky because the bay parolee not going to your point today. Is we're not gonna see friday dickinson yogurt into twitter. Whatever you know because they win the tournament and they get one that one little chance the dream but dream chant for volumes up. You hit you hit the lottery. But it'll be it'll be a business that is strictly what it is. No different than you know than any of these things on on Silicone valley now. It's a created visit. Would you have thought that yahu and all these things would have been as big as they are known. But what am i. What about all the ways. The kitchen i'll make you money on into the social social media. I i don't understand what the hell is happening. Someone making millions of dollars in your influence. But here's a market. Were sad. I think i think college board should be great. I think of all the other two day wants basketball basketball players and the game will be hurt. The most by if they tournament is good. The tournament is interesting. Because you have those little guys in there. And every i'll tell you what who would have said i would be cronin this year with grid. He was actually the little guy. 'cause they were they were. They were pathetic. I mean they reverse floor. They may not in. I've mixed like my gear. Some friendly all world. I watched the rich. He gave hope to our families. We watched it was. Ucla vetoed in my life. Because a lot. I can happen in basketball because they want to. They want the ucla the past. They didn't how all the great dads none of us know their names. Now you not true. They'll they'll know michelle jones said you know that's that's the bad part of it and the ncaa shelters because got all the money stuff. They got all the money and going back on. usa today now league with that. They're brought in earlier. I'll never forget. There are some people that abc work from camp today. Demonized the kids and the kids would come into rather than go. usa today. And young gavin. And dave day guy was muted anybody at world. I mean i got close to him thompson. We own debate es and i'd gate. That gave me a nike other than michael that that made night yesterday. He's really the whole downtown. So and now usa basketball you guys who've been business for one hundred years we have an under two team. One team of a child is born yet. Ready to go under twelve under nine. I mean and it's so sad because you what you do at that age. And i still talk to parents south i still. They still call me for the old guys advice. You know pretty close to them and you just bigger. Lynn is taken the house other kids out of play because they are now anointed. You know that nine know that your guide you. It's the fifteen is in the other guys are. They're home free so they sell that and then fail. We hang by law large drugfree. You know that to touch you. Because he overrated well. He was over rated because some people said he was the best in the world. Wasn't that.

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"sonny" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

Courtside with Seth Greenberg

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"sonny" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

"I mean they sponsor everything except the toilets. Okay that's my point to you. That was always my dream. My wife said this show here. I never thought of natives pam used to be a very successful correspond. Okay and she was she named more binding. I didn't ten fifteen years but one gay she said to me. I'm watching classic sports. The basketball games. acc tournament. I impacted senator. Those kids get residuals. I didn't i. Didn't i never put. That's what she got really got her revenge. That was my point. That's what started the whole boggling closed classic sports but to go back to your question this this could be solved by splitting up making everyone on the team. Now the the big guys to get the money no matter what. The big is going to get the money. But we don't leave out the little guy. Now it abandons game all of the kids got whatever was. va sports That's what we're fighting for. Not just for eddie. So that'd be the first thing that the athlete that does the school that if you got sponsored by major sponsors all them by twenty i mean there's fifty they all got some that the cops drink gala. So that's how they are subsidized. That's as far as i went to. It happened. I i had. I had no dreams of what could happen opening up trade. I and but i never thought would happen right now in my lifetime. Pam said disney me. That day i said to her you know right now the most important number to me when i die pammy obviously only with you. But i'm asking you heard it put on that little casket worry how they do. Ed stone right. Prudan above son's name nine dash zero. The supreme court ruling nine zero was the most effective knockout punch. I've ever seen in my lifetime. Boxers whatever nothing because it was so program to be the other way the court change. You're has other ideas. Some of the leaders. I and getting playbook mr cavenaugh vader friend for me on that point for life when he was the first as long as advocate young all these people but it was nine zero. Now we lied on not alive but a statement who supreme court justice leaving the building which are white insane by the way. I think that you know these kids. I think that'd be antitrust..

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"sonny" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"sonny" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"The NFL is not sponsor promotion in any way, This'll all ladies weekend. It's so awesome. It's like, totally tubular. Yeah, like totally on Sonny, one of 79. Okay, I'm standing right here. Yeah. Fancy weapons. Freedom do is on leave with first I actually play well with others. Mm hmm. Good for you. Yeah. And we play all of them. E I love it. I love it. Greatest hits of the seventies eighties and nineties on Sonny, one of 79..

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"sonny" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"sonny" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Sonny 1079 would be to the Max. One of these With fever. But when he found one of these Wait. You always have to know. Nobody..

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"sonny" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

07:17 min | 2 years ago

"sonny" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"These are the greatest hits of the seventies eighties nineties on Sonny, one of 79 Wait. Wait. Wait. This all eighties weekend on Sonny, one of 79 is righteous. So What was the last time you were at a rodeo like a really rodeo? Have you ever been.

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"sonny" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"sonny" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Sonny, one of 79 loves the eighties. We love them so much. We want to share them with you. We're doing an all eighties weekend. All of the best songs from the eighties, including some you may have forgotten about All eighties every weekend. I'm Sonny 179 Have you noticed that speakers have gotten smaller over the years? It appears you're like the greatest hits, but the songs sound better than ever. Should I play them now? These are the greatest hits of the seventies eighties and nineties on Sonny, one of 79.

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"sonny" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"sonny" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Well, if you were hoping to book that cruise in the second half of the year, it's probably not gonna happen anytime soon. Royal Caribbean Carnival Disney and Up to 60 different cruise lines are going to DeLay cruises until October 30 1st again, Sonny what, 79 the greatest hits of the seventies eighties and nineties. Young Which older young with It is great and you These are the greatest hits of the seventies eighties and nineties on Sonny, one of 79.

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"sonny" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"sonny" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"And nineties on Sonny, one of 79 and You got a hole?.

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"sonny" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

04:51 min | 2 years ago

"sonny" Discussed on 850 WFTL

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"sonny" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"sonny" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Sonny at home beyond the radio you can stream this is sunny one of seven nine dot com on your computer download our app in the apple store just search for sending one of seven nine or even get sunny through Alexa just listen all right because we're making this fun is prince he's one of seven nine finding answers in the music things you can do while practicing social justice you can even dance with somebody as long as you're sixty five with the greatest.

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"sonny" Discussed on Ignition Point

Ignition Point

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"sonny" Discussed on Ignition Point

"It's a time in a quiet place to start by answering some introspective questions and focusing on self awareness. What opportunities have I accepted bid? Fire me up. Am I taking anything or anyone for granted. What goals of I said? Am I achieving those goals. When did I last push the boundaries and step out of my comfort zone? Do I have control over my life or am I letting things stress me out that I don't control then allow yourself to zoom out dig a little deeper and tap into what matters most. How do I define success? What values I use music to me? And what experiences have made them so important. Are there any relationships that I want to repair improve. Where do I find my support? And have I express my gratitude to those supporters. What are three amazing achievements that I've had in the past year? There's an old saying that. Echoes Sonny's point about acknowledging the good and the bad the saying goes without rain or the chill of the wind. You can't appreciate the warmth of the Sun getting to the right answers takes time. But once you've taken account of the good and the bad you can determine what influenced your perceptions your core values and your circle of trust with Out The filter of bias. Which makes me think of the expression without rain? Nothing grows when I think about where authentic internal and external gratitude converge. I can't help but feel that one can't occur without the other. There's an interwoven. Reliance there if you're working to appreciate more of Your Life's journey you're going to naturally find people and things you'll feel a need to express gratitude toward and if you're taking the time to say thank you to others for their work the ways they make you feel deal or how they had your back you're going to end up. Fostering greater internal gratitude so it's circular in. Its own way what I find. Most amazing thing about these cycles of gratitude is how they naval our capacity to enrich the lives of others. I think this is because it's natural to want to share the positive feelings that stem stem from gratitude. It's as if when you feel appreciative. You WanNa share that feeling with others so you give what you can to enrich their lives and pay those. Those feelings forward Sonny briefly brought up the example of mentorship but there are countless ways. You can pay it forward. The great news is that there's really no wrong way to pay it forward. What matters is that your genuine and the way you want to give back and the action is kind and grounded in making a positive impact on the world that aligns closely with the Hebrew concept called to coon along which you can look forward to hearing more about.

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