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"stell" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

The Bobby Bones Show

08:06 min | 10 months ago

"stell" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

"Are you supposed to do. I don't know how they've been given some protocol that is not duct tape the passenger. I don't know what it would be the head making them. Tape is in the hand grab it. Just let me just be created for second okay. I'm honestly brainstorming session. Because i'm on their team. He's punching people. Whatever means necessary. That's not going to hurt him. Long-term brainstorming what would you have done. What can you do up in a tube or if something really haywire. The plane crashes everybody. Dies i okay well. There is the option to put them in the bathroom. The door welcome everybody like a little space around. He's not well not as contained as duct taping his head to us eat but he's like contained. Okay that's a decent suggestion. You gotta get them in there and shut it. But what if somebody's got a stomach issue and need to get in the bathroom I don't know if there's two on the plane but then ultimately and have to land so you have to buckle them in. I mean. I don't know that the bathroom works for time being. And here's the thing about him being duct tape. He's fully buckled san. You get no more buckled me duct tape in okay. I will at least acknowledged your bathroom suggestion. Can i challenge what you just said about. He's totally buckles and there's no way he's moving like what if there was an emergency. He can't strings. Somebody living your consequences. You gotta go down. Yes this if you're punching people decide it's time to crash. What sucks for you buddy and pay. Okay eddie i do like zip ties. Hasim they should be on the plane just in a drawer next to the coffee. You know like oh get zip ties. This guy's acting crazy. But i think the problem with this is that they duct tape his head right. Which is my favorite part of it though. That's my favorite part of the whole story. This guy deserves all of it and then you should go to jail. Duct tape them to the to the bars in jail. It's the insane video case. You missed it earlier. That was captured this weekend. Our frontier flight from philly to miami. In which a young guy has seen losing it on passengers yelling at them again. Here's a clip it. Ns he said. My parents are worth two million dollars. Here's the thing that's a lot of money however that's not flex money to people you don't know and it's not even you. It's like your parents. You're an adult man. If they're worth fifty one hundred million. That's like you're a socialite bragging. My parents are worth two million. That's a lot but you can't. Think he's like my mom dr zimmer sexy for twenty twelve but still cool okay. Weird flex bro. He's yeah exactly. We all come back around. I'm sure people the higher ups at the airline probably are like okay. We see you did what you had to do like but we can't. We have to set a precedent and you like people just can't start duct taping people on the air so we have to suspend you wink right. Hey we do another story. Fourteen year old. Her name is balancing a kanner but she's known as nina online at one point seven million followers on instagram antic talks pretty good byerly. Her mom delete her daughters accounts because social media is unhealthy point. Oh she literally. I'm going to say. I don't use literally unless i mean the word literally like people literate. Yeah when i literally mean it. I say it like she literally deleted accounts that are worth a million dollars. And that's why a lot of work. She says she doesn't think it's necessary for a daughter to base herself. Discovery on online feedback. Garri right there other lessons or maybe they're suspension. Maybe duct tape prefer a while doing chair joking. But you don't delete put it on. Hold that you can't post that's just money. You just eliminated money. Hopefully there's a counselor saved. And then she can go back to them. Yeah because i feel like the moms how the mom handled that is not healthy. Like did just but i mean again. We don't know the whole situation but seems super reactionary. A homeless man in hawaii was arrested for a crime. He did not commit and was detained for nearly three years in a mental hospital. They believed he was delusional. And psychotic again. They held on for three years. It wasn't him. They held him in a mental hospital for something he didn't do hate that make sense. Yeah no i mean. i'm more like like. Could you imagine having to go through that yesterday day before. Yesterday we talked about the guy thirty years. Maybe that was monday. Show thirty years in jail and they were like oh yeah we had some evidences in a file right. We'll let you out now crazy. I love these innocence projects because they do work tirelessly to free people. The hawaii project presented their case to a judge on monday. Said hey we got to get this guy out of here. He was detained by police in two thousand seventeen. He was presumed to be a man named thomas castleberry. It was not that was it. They freedom man. If you're innocent wouldn't you like just go crazy like to trying to tell them. Hey yes but which is. I don't even know that this is a fun game which is on game like three. Would you rather have three years in jail. Three years in a mental mental shen are a psychiatric hospital. That's all. I feel like jail than other people doing bad stuff to you mental hospital. You might get drugged a little. Sometimes that's not too bad. I don't know mental hospitals that you're treated as roughly by the other. i guess not called inmates. I'm not sure. I if you're right because it's probably not as corrupt from what i watch on the prison documentaries. Bats tough jail undo that you'd go to. That's a terrible game knowing me. I don't even know why i thought of it was word. Bobby's stories if you guys would like to be a part of the show a question or a comment. Eight seven. Seven seventy seven bobby power in the twenty first century. Who has it. How are they using it and how is it. 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"stell" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

The Bobby Bones Show

07:10 min | 10 months ago

"stell" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

"This story comes from russia. A man was sitting around with his friends back in february. Twenty twenty guys. I've got a great idea. You guys get on a subway car. All come in and fake a seizure. New guys yell. He asked corona. He has corona offers youtube channel. So they do the prank and they send everybody running out of the subway. Judge didn't find it funny sentenced him to two years four months in prison. How also calls a corona anymore right. Allie corona is a story a corona calls. It grownups 'cause it was february twenty news coming out in corona. Yeah yeah i just. I'm not called at cronin forever. They've kind of switched that name. 'cause cova stands for corona virus. You knew that right no though yeah corona virus delta no corrupt disease yeah corona virus disease in nineteen is the year. They found it. That's minor i wondered. Had two names. Yes so corona is yes. So there's a reason for the rona virus disease. Cova did not rated you. I had no idea. no no. yeah. I thought we had talked about it. You didn't i. I knew the sea own the and in know what the d. was rona virus. See okay. so the guy's going to jail jail but also the guys filmed for him. They also got two years in prison. Block them all up all right. I'm lunchbox at your boneheads story today. And he's the only one who has gotten covert right and he was gone for over a month. You were yes. it's true. This story today is cova can make you dumber. A study finds survivors who got sick. Lost up to seven. Iq points now did. Do you consider you getting sick. Cove some people are far more sicker than others. I got sick for about four days. You legitimately do you feel that you're not a full capacity mentally or do you feel like you're back to normal. That's a great question. Because anytime i feel like airhead issue like i just can't a little foggy in my brain i. I don't know if that's just normal if it's a wednesday on monday morning or just it's covert. I have no idea. But yes i have felt stuff like that now that i've had covert where i just days i just can't think straight that's it. Do you have all your smell and taste bag. I ha i never lost my taste. But my smell i would say up for have eighty percent back so mostly mostly back. But i just can't. I can't smell the air that we i used to like before when it rains. You smell like wet dirt smell. I can't smell it anymore. It's one thing that it used to love to do is walk outside and take smell. The fresh can't do that anymore. Someone cuts the grass. I would smell. That's freshly cut grass. Can't smell that smell at all. Unless i put my nose up to the grass. You're right beside the we're trying to get your hit there it is. You're huffing it okay. Let's go with the end of the show morgan. What's on the podcast today. Well we talked to matt stell and found out if the anonymous one k. waffle house fergus. And wild luke bryan. Who's already denied. It was him but tomorrow he'll be on and we'll get into it with lube as well because i believe loot leave lou told me the truth but we'll have luke bryan on talk about a bunch up tomorrow so matt stell today. Luke bryan tomorrow. What else you gave some advice for anyone having to write their own vows and and we played some elder verse millennial and we have a winner for this season Do that again. Don't say winter listen to it. It's gonna they're gonna know and we played some elder verse. Millennial that's right eddie morgan. Battling it out over generational trivia. That's what's up. Thank you guys amy. What's happening today. I'm doing one of those facebook voice calls. It's like a new thing kind of like a the conference call but people join in on the facebook app. I don't know rachel cruze invited me to do it so i'm doing that today. Sounds fishy. no it's new. But i mean if you have the app on your phone like you could join in and listen to our like thirty minute conversation. So that's okay. Yeah no it's not fishy. What about you have to get a haircut today. After the show. Because i am i got a couple of things but i'm going to speak at. The arkansas governor's gala this weekend and it's a little shaggy so i gotta get a haircut for that. They asked me talk for forty minutes. I don't even notice looking for forty minutes until it yesterday. I thought i was going to go up there and wave. It's a long time big governors dealing invited me to come speak and fancy black-tie shady exactly that sound shady and then i looked at speaks for forty minutes. I don't have forty minutes stuff to say. So i have to get a haircut for that and then also i am reading a book for pbs. There they do a thing where they there's a camera crew. And i'm reading braver. Kids book never heard of britain. Maybe disney's brave. Nah not that. Okay yeah but i. I'm reading that today for p. b. s. caitlyn and i have a date night tonight so hope you guys have awesome day. 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"stell" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

The Bobby Bones Show

07:49 min | 10 months ago

"stell" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

"Episodes. They come out on august eleventh on disney plus so eight or up now a out then yours amy's pile of stories. Do you ever use filters on instagram. Almost never yeah. I'll filter sometimes like a whole picture on the feed but like one of those little buttons for like my face never like. If you're doing a story would just forget after the full product so much better well and scream filters have made us forget what we look like and Some people are saying that they use the filter so much that when they see an unfiltered shot of them or they look in the mirror. Sometimes they're shocked. I was going to say a black mirror. Episode on that show on. Netflix predict the future and terrible things technology or do all the mirrors could be built to filters that we like about ourselves. We never really see ourselves. That's wild wild off any new episodes. Oh because this like my favorite show. And i watch it and get freaked out then i forget about it for a long time. So that's a good one then so just be aware because it can have a negative impact on your self esteem for sure. So maybe you know. Try to cut back on the filters and not use them. Every single time travis barker spent guess how much on a diet because over guess anymore seeing that much. Okay well it's a dollar one dollar mob yeah What is this prices right okay. So it's a diamond covered skull jim for his tooth but apparently this is the thing with celebrities and athletes because he went to some celebrity. Dennis that does this. And he's forty five years old and spent eight thousand dollars to get this little tiny skull jim on his tooth but apparently his wife or girlfriend courtney kardashian. She got diamond encrusted bangs. That's the money's nothing to them. That's a nickel Even him i think the thing is in less. I don't know you're our age. You don't even know from blink. One eighty two. Because i was talking to caitlyn. Who's about to be thirty twenty nine. She was like ali. Known from dayton. Courtney kardashian doing like pro producing projects that people. She did not know him for being a blink. One eighty two and about that. Tv show meet the barkers. Yeah that was great show too. She didn't know that he was in the plane crash right. That's true fiji. Am yeah yeah. He won't fly. Traps barker will not fly right now. He will only take a bus because of that. Because the plane crash he let courtney. I saw a clip on instagram. And he let courtney and has tattoos oliver's body and he let her tattoo him morgan. Do you know. Travis barker from blink. One eighty two. I do but those. 'cause i had kind of an alternative as when i was in high school so i loved every ban that was that way. Your big work-to-rule. Yes i love all of them. I mean like sadie hawkins dance. I i can listen to entire play still and know every or alternative songs. Yes interesting. I mean that's kind of right up my alley two more punk punk but he does like some of the pop punk. What else you got well. Justin moore has shared his current addiction. And i just couldn't actually sweetened special here. Here's what justin moore says he's addicted to. I'm addicted to these videos. Of the soldiers surprise kids in their wife coming back to comb or their husband. I sit there and watch him over and over like blue. And the elation on these kids faces pretty cool. Thank goodness is not crack. That's what you want to be addicted to you right there. All right just a more addicted to something after the break. We'll tell you what it is. That was amy's pile of stores. It's time for the good news. So there's this little kid reese and he loves going public with his mom because they have those little cards for kids that are like race cars. But he's been super sick battling leukemia. Obviously being at a public grocery store isn't ideal for him while his mom was posting about reece's love for on facebook and lacy white is someone that works republics but she lives eight hours away from recent as family. But that didn't stop her from getting a custom-made cart for reese and driving a hours and delivering into to his house so he can have the public's race car cart experience without having to go to the store. Yeah i guess. I don't know that cart- yeah it's like You'll now that you see. How often do you go to the grocery store the gas station right. I'm not the grocery of our house. I will go with caitlin sometimes. But she's like. Hey go get some milk or something. The gas station. Yeah so they don't have those gisors and on hidden somewhere back there you got to look for. Yeah but you don't notice it next time you go take a look. I don't think i'd go to publix. Girls throw we go to What's the other one has fresh stuff at near the near. 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Beware Of Media Stunts

The Dan Bongino Show

01:01 min | 1 year ago

Beware Of Media Stunts

"You're in this business long enough. You become hip, too. It's not just that they lie. Of course, it's something new. Like 10 Media lies We know that They have little stunts for trying to correct their lives later. It's just amazing. Because what happens over time their lives get exposed like now, everybody's figuring out that the Corona virus may have leaked out of the lab and all the media people are panicking right now thinking, what do I do? My stuff is archived. I'm PhD scientists, Joey bag, a donuts. Whatever it may be. I wrote a piece saying, Dan Bongino is a lying before in for saying this could have come from a lamp. That peace is still out there. Now I look like a line buffoon. What do I do? So a lot of these people in me to just go back into a stealth at it? You know, Stell fetish. You know what that is? Stealth at it is when you go back and edit your piece from the past, but you don't upended at the bottom with a correction. You just added it. Like none of it ever happened like they allowed Stacey Abrams to edit theropod about boycotts. And George Remember that one? Yeah, we talked about that on my podcast few weeks ago that was fascinating.

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"stell" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"stell" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

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"stell" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

06:41 min | 1 year ago

"stell" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"Your health when it comes to anything else in life really are you also think that was important to get. Scientific validation of some of this stuff because there is so much out there knowing what's real and what's not and people can be gullible and I'll give you another example of that. In this healing world I was in with the handle on healing hands over healing There was a gentleman who had test out testicular cancer and was on the table and they presentation the hands over stuff and pronounced him. Healed, not cured never used the word cured pronounced him. He'll than people celebrate it and they were crying tears and all God bless you. Everything's GonNa be okay and six months later he died of. Cancer and so. Knowing. You know that's why I think some of this stuff really needs to be. Looked at from time to point of view and I, understand that. The? The conflict there sometime between science and this stuff. But I think it needs to be open in that dialogue needs to happen and and by being too confrontational to with or oppositional. One or the other science or belief or however you want to put it. We close the doors being closed down the dialogue, which is why I like having people on this show. Like you on the show so. Hopefully if somebody's all scientific bent they. Open their ears, open their minds a little bit. But I also think it has to happen on your on your side events and I don't mean to put you on that side of the fence with a with a phony healers and stuff but with the people who tend to believe in more new agey at in many if that's the right way to describe it but these are out there ideas whereas from the perspective of traditional medical. any any thoughts on that? Yeah, well I think there is something interesting that happens when there's kind of A. Better term like a cult like mentality because again I think that's where would cold to actually. I I'M NOT GONNA say healers exist. But I think when again when you disconnect from what actually your body is telling you. then. You're kind of on this bandwagon that may not actually be the right thing for your like maybe your intuition would say, don't even go in that building known. Yeah. There is an interesting anybody watches netflix. There's the heel documentary, which is interesting where. People found, and this is like a little bit of my realm wear. This is my belief that like your mind body soul emotions, memories, all of it is connected. So I remember for instance, like there is a man with cancer and the documentary and he had a lot of pent up anger and when that anger could be released like because it stored on your body. And emotions just. In, ocean in your body. So if it doesn't get released, that's going to cause. A lot of issues including chronic. So. So, I'm not gonNa ever tell someone even though I teach about intuition I would never say don't listen to your doctor or stop going to your doctor. Your intuition will probably lead you to a doctor at some point. Use your intuition to to the good doctor. Absolutely. Yeah. That's why I don't teach anyone like what you should eat these certain foods or take the supplements like your. And your body will tell you exactly what you need. It's not my job. Well I'm a huge believer in intuition and It's it's really hard to quantify or really measuring in any way but I think everybody every human being has experienced at least one time where they've had that I know I know what I'm getting into here and it's either good thing or a bad thing and have a really strong feeling about it and it's absolutely true. So that is a kinesthetic connection to outside influence outside exterior real. Stimulus now, that's what that's really what that is and then paying it and then having cognitive ability to say what did I just feel. So you have to tie what you've mentioned ego and intuition you have to tell you cognition with your actual kinesthetic in your feelings emotions and and that that's something as American in in in the Western A, we are taught to really kind of not pay attention to our emotions a lot you know and tried to stay between the and cognitive mode. So it's a little more difficult for us. No. Yeah. It's I will say though it's a skill anyone can pick up. That's teach meditation as one of the methods because that is where. You know if you're like a normal busy person you have a job you have kids whatever you're. You are in your head a lot and so. If you can never basically a meditating, you're gonNA give your ego, your chatter, remind like a ten minute vacation, and then you can start to actually notice what's happening in your body. Naturally hear the voice of your intuition. So. Couple of things I want to talk about that are on the website that I. I know I won't cards through Tarot cards they part of your practice and you use them. And I actually don't teach them I. They aren't intuitive tool for me. Yeah. I know there are people have. Different reactions towards them. Some people, some people find them as entertainment other people think of him as. An amateur the people who you grew up around in the Bible belt there probably come be on that side of it quite often but So a lot of people have a really bad reaction to even seeing them just describe what role they play in what you do. Yeah so for me. It's not it's not one of the healing methods that I teach because I actually don't use them consistently but I just know them as an another way like a it's nice to have like a hands on way to connect with your intuition sometimes. So yeah it's it can be released in bowl on just like asking a question and then you know and just drawing some cards in. Times I don't even actually like draw them. They kind of like fall out. Like Oh, this one out..

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"stell" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

07:21 min | 1 year ago

"stell" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"You agree or disagree with that. So the way I see it is yeah. First of all, we're human so we are. Constantly evolving every day. So who I am today is not who I am tomorrow most likely there's going to be something different. Yes. So I I say it feels to me like it is healed For me in the present, I should say like compared to where Ben it used to literally control my life. So I can say now like I do not feel like the same person at all. And again, if anything were to trigger me and it does sometimes. I can see it in the moment and do something about it and decide I wanna feel differently which I never used to have the power to do. So that's how I see it differently. Now, we're back similar to what Laurie Herber said last night she was on the program and she was talking her Her. Goal is to kind of change the world we tasted. Wow that a lofty goal man. Yeah but she talks about just deciding on love instead of hate and that kind of stuff. So basically, it's just a simple switch in your mind that you can just flip and. It sounds great but I know a lot of people out there who were skeptic cynics and all that stuff they've just that's GonNa, turn them off and and say forget about it. It's all. It's all bunch of who we I'm not listening any further when you start to make it seem like it's that simple So any thoughts on that like how because? Point of making here I guess is that there is this people who are inclined to put up a wall and say if it sounds that simple, it's got to be too good to be true and when simplify it to just flipping a switch in your mind and deciding on love you gonNA turn off everybody most people who need to really hear the boat people who need it the most are going to turn a deaf ear to it because we oversimplify no, no response to that. So, there's can I feel like there's a name for this but one of the laws of nature really is that the simplest answer is the answer. Yes. So Yes a couple of things about that. So the people who are skeptical The. This with love message isn't for them because there's a different message that they need or it's not the right time for them. You know you do to receive the message that I mean because I, agree with you. That love really love is infinite and love the answer for many things. If you look at intuition versus ego egos based in fear intuitions based in love, it's pretty simple. But to believe that you have to want to believe that you have to be energetically opened not everyone's open and that's okay. We're in a really interesting time really exciting time in human consciousness his where a lot of people are on this spiritual ascension. I'm one of them where like I was raised. So conservative I never thought I'd be open to anything like this and here I am and I know a lot of other people. Who are on a very similar journey and these are the people that are healing the people that have decided that their self loathing and their chronic symptoms are not the whole story of their life. They like unsung level they're connected with their intuition and they can feel the poll to like there's something more like there's something else out there and I'm just going to believe it's possible. That's you find it right? Well, well, well, well. I was raised pretty a pretty. Conservative mindset as well I'm an old man now, but I've been to a lot and I've bounced to extremes on this stuff I was total skeptic a total cynic skeptic believer back to skeptic. CYNIC. Back to somewhat of a believer now backing the skeptic zone and the difference between a skeptic and cynic cynical dismiss it is not a bunch of Hooey a skeptic keep in mind open and wants to question everything and learn about it, and that's the position I'm in now but the well I'm gone with this is. When you when you've been through those extremes and you've seen some of the things that I've seen and I'll just give you an example I worked for as I mentioned this school of healing where a woman who taught basically can heal anything which hands over and chanting stuff into channeled a guide from Atlantis, and she can't channel the goddess healing imagery. But from Atlanta's would actually speak through her and she did a which called the DNA on her daughter who is twenty eight years old at the time but are up on a table in front of twelve hundred people, and she's doing a DNA healing, which means she's GonNa take her back to a single cell. Embryo organism, and then an embryo, and then an egg and then head of lettuce, and then a rabbit and but you ran out of time were at the end of six eight hours of doing this, and her daughter was still in the Gazelle stage and she called me up on to drive her daughter's car home for her because she could not drive it with Goodell hoops. Now, there were twelve hundred people in A. Twelve hundred people in the audience who were Hook Line and sinker into this idea and so when I see something like that, I say well, that's going too far too extreme and now I feel crazy being in in the part of it. So I understand where you came from a conservative background and say I never thought I believe in this stuff and I was the same way and then it. Gets to be too far, which is way as before can you go too far with some of this stuff sometimes and that really can confuse people and that's why I've been all over the map for over many many years wondering what's real and what's not real any kind of response to what I said about going too far with it and people who'd belief systems once you buy into the stuff. At even at the level where you're at the door is open now for a lot more and where do you draw the line? Yes. So for me, it's always about. My connection with my own intuition. So and that's why another thing I tell people is like I don't heal you. I'm not your healer you heal yourself I teach you how you can just connect with your own body and your own intuition. So yeah. In terms of like things that are you know may may or may not be a real or like yeah, as you say going too far. I would ask all of those people does this actually feel right to you like is your body saying? Yes, to this does this good in your body and for some it might, and for some it might not but they are kind of coming at it from a mental place of like well, everybody else doing it. So I'm going to jump on the bandwagon even though like I'm getting nor how I'm feeling. So again, this is a place where a lot of us have been disconnected like we have no idea what feels right. You're kind of throwing spaghetti at the wall randomly for years to see what sticks and yeah. That can happen when it comes to.

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"stell" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

07:42 min | 1 year ago

"stell" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"I don't want a new age thought. And stuff like that for thirty, five, forty years now and I learned about something called ATP from a guy called the amazing Creston you're probably too young to probably even know who he is but he was a magician who did a mental ism at and he totally believed in what they used to call esp which extrasensory perception he called it HSP which heightened sensory perception and he took that from. Arthur CONAN doyle who wrote the shell shock homes books in homes had H. P. homes had the ability to walk into a room and sense things that most people would send. So he developed that in called heightened sense perception then years later as part of a healing school hands on healing school I, worked audiovisual for a weighty who was an author of a book called hands of light in healing light, and all that several books like that, and she called it hsp high sense perception similar to heightened sense perception is where this sense that we have this ability that we have that needs to be tapped into, which is a higher sense you call it highly sensitive people would. Relating to 'em pass. Can you define how? Because I think everybody's pretty highly sensitive don't you? So my experience of being an HP because I'm both. So I'm an impact and also hse. is so basically if you're an H. P. Your hardwired neurologically to be more sensitive. So that means any stimuli. So sounds light. And this also includes things like emotion and other people's energy as well. So I I read a book about it I WANNA say three to four years ago and I felt so seen it was one of those things I was like I don't know anybody else who's talking about this because I was reading about. Had A just. Yeah. Just like an eating more light recovery time from like big social situations, feeling really sensitive to light and sound and all that stuff things that some people just love like huge concerts you know not all hp love stuff like that. So fun example. You said hardwired. So did this all your life or did it just come to recently? I, believe it's been my whole life. Yeah. A lot of 'em hasn't highly sensitive. People have a very active and imaginative inner world of and so I remember experiences as a kid just like big emotions kind of impact side and not feeling lake I could express it or. have been taught what a lot of us are like don't have your big emotions in public. Don't you dare cry in public things like that so I didn't really know how to express it, but it just felt like almost bigger than me. So yeah, I mean I remember that from being very on don't cry in public it's hard enough for a girl but try being a young boy in in. Do it. Let's crime public. Right Right So you talked about healing yourself from chronic illness and it's a whole list. I read off a lot of things in that had chronic chronic fatigue syndrome, chronic ulcers, chronic sinus infection how how had how long did you deal with that for and what? What did the medical doctors attributed all that chronic stuff too Yeah actually I remembered another one days ago I actually forgot about completely I used to have really severe acid reflux that would like wake me up at night and nothing would help it. So that's another one Yeah. So the the chronic could teague syndrome in particular I had that since high school I turn thirty one this year for reference so. I'd had up for quite a while and it didn't really start to improve until my mid twenties. And that was even before I learned just like all these methods that I teach now the intuitive healing methods. And yeah the SINUS infections used to get them every year base to make my life miserable you know trying to like go to middle school and go to high school. The authors I had for a long time they were just come up wake. If not every week, it'd be like every other week like for years. To the point where I'm like I guess this is normal. You know. But yeah, they're also. So what what did medical you went to the doctor you have gone to a doctor at least once or twice with with all this stuff going on what did they say and what did they attribute what you're going through to? A lot of them I'll be honest. Didn't have a lot of answers I would kind of bounce around from doctor to Doctor some people will be like I. Don't really know what to do with this I'm going to send you to someone else. Yeah, and I would have all kinds of tests stunned for hormones and things like that. For a while it was like, maybe it's something with thyroid and I've been on thyroid medication entity. Honest I didn't. Feel the difference Until I started like completely shifting my lifestyle like how I? You know my relationship with myself and how I think all that stuff. Did anybody ever call you a HYPOCHONDRIAC. All stuff now to my face. 'CAUSE I. I know people and got to be really frustrating. You notice something wrong with you go to the doctor and they tell you my wife had had that for probably about five years before she was diagnosed as having wine disease and and we Kinda we knew about it. So about the ticks in our area that are just prevalent but the frustration in that period when she kept going to the doctor's with only symptoms chronic fatigue with one of them and that's Our. What today, there's nothing wrong with you really wouldn't potentially nothing that's gotTa be extremely frustrating. Yeah. Yeah, especially with any, there's a whole category of invisible illnesses. So chronic fatigue is one event because you can't really see it. The person looks relatively normal and yeah often line is in that category is all it's very frustrating because it feels like no one understands what you're going through and I've had the same experience of doctor saying to me there's nothing wrong with you and I'm like that's nice but I don't feel right. You know like you know how your body feels and nobody else can feel that so feels very isolating. But being the person in that relationship with my wife, there was a point where I started to say, maybe this stuff is all psychosomatic inner ahead or something because. You know went on for years and when that happens, you have to say, well, these guys went to medical school they should be able to find something wrong with you if your. Symptoms. Are Prevalent for years gone on and on end and not getting any better, but they can't find it. So the people in your life start to think maybe she's is kind of. Imagining this story or a creating it in your own mind did anybody in your your your life have.

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"stell" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"stell" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Kind of a unique little Ah. Change if you will. Yeah, I dig these tunes. And you know it's funny because in this band trilogy I feel like there was a lot of I don't know not near misses, but like they have so much potential. And then, like the timing, like they played with some high profile folks, But you know, sometimes it didn't quite take off. So let's take it back to the beginning. Here. Let's talk about the origins ofthe this band trilogy. Oh, yeah, I tracked down Ah, kind of the mean man. Skip grow Paris. I hope I'm pronouncing that right? He is rotten bowling Brook. He's Ah, Chicago born and bred guy actually grew up in Joliet. But, you know, we'll say Chicago area Roland, Ya Go land. Started really young. I guess he was getting you know, piano. His mom played piano, played classical in their home and sort of gave in lessons starting when he was like, five years old, and I think he was right there. He's born of 48. So he's right there in that pocket. When Rock and Roll hit, You know. So Elvis Stell, she and Fats Domino cm Sam Cooke the ventures. All that stuff was like Very inspirational, though you you actually started on saxophone. I guess he bought a saxophone at age 13 but he he switched to guitar and by 1963 and then within a year, he's basically starting his first band. Yeah, I guess that's his first name is called the Aristocats. And, you know, I imagine kind of like a serf e garage kind of banned from that name, and he had another one after that, called the Tell Stars, which would definitely imply a serf. He kind of band right there. He. Eventually he started a band with with some other local There was, I guess in a local bank all the nights there's probably 100 bands called that he met two fellas. Bob Wilson was in another one called the Jaguars, and they kind of the local scene and then another guy. Kevin Mac McCann, who's in the Knights, and they were all kind of in these popular group. So I guess they got together. We're like we're in a form of super group kind of like CSN style will be the three of us and we'll have some sort of peripheral players. But this is our baby. And from what I gather. On DH That was actually initially called the crystal Tower. The crystal Tower. Some great names. Yeah, but name right? I'm coming to it. Yeah. So the playing the crystal Tower. They're playing as the crystal tower. But then the crystals are basically turned into village. They? What, 1970 sort of come out with some tunes, and that's what that's what we're hearing today. They have gotten the manager guy Robert Bride was a pretty legendary Do he think he might have finally passed away? But you would actually come into the record stories to work at a dump. A bunch of mercury, crazy Mercury pro. Most men condition and everybody there. We're going to dance. You know, everyone in the record store be like, Oh, my God. I mean, I still have stuff from that from those. Those? Yeah. Anyways, um Yeah, They just kind of did the one album and it just, You know, I might have gotten like a little here playing stuff, but it just It just doesn't seem like it took up. Yeah, and they.

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"stell" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"stell" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

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"stell" Discussed on Pratt Cast

Pratt Cast

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"stell" Discussed on Pratt Cast

"That WHO's that's about That song has a lot of me. in it That sounds about Busy I wrote that with two of my good friends in Nashville. I walked in my buddy. Paul Hey man I got this tile. You know I've moved lived everywhere but on typically when you're when you're writing songs you know like we mentioned before you not always but a lot of times you start from the title right so As soon as he through that you throw titles out just pick the you know. Let's do this. Let's do the cool. Let's or maybe that's this or that's that but he threw that tiles like dude. That's awesome less right there. I know that again. That song and You know I get to live the dream. I love it But the the costs of What I do of getting to play music and traveling tour the cost can be pretty high You know personally in terms of relationships and things and Sometimes Times keeping the wheels roll and is a good way to get over stuff but it's also can be a way to just not deal with things as well and You know I've I just been there And and so. That's what that is really personal to me. As one of my favorite Song I've ever written and Yeah I've done a lot of that stuff in. That's all very cool. I want to be respectful of your time. You get out of here but I but I want to do some rapid fire questions. Are you ready Sir. Rapid fire questions and the wells cast with Matt style number. One I kiss. I think I was in kindergarten in the book center man. This girl named Jennifer like long here. I saw I remember I don does she face or not but chit long hair kindergarten also impressive. First concert he ever went to first. Concert was Alan Jackson and The knowledge I fell asleep in the middle. I was like a small small child. Oh it was it was a it was Randy Travis and Alan Jackson. And I was so small I got fell asleep in my mom's trying to wake me up like you love the song and I was like like a child favorite venue to play. Oh I guess the opera. Yeah over the rhyming pretty special. Yeah I mean I guess the opry show but the Reimann was pretty special. I did play. There is pretty cool. let's say the RIMINGTON okay What was your first job working for my Adad on land waterline for the construction? I never got the answer from what kind of farm did you grow up upon cattle. Okay yeah a real country country star. You know I've lived. I lived a country life. You're very authentic. I love this the first car. My first car was a nineteen eighty six Dodge power ram it was a three eighteen and.

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"stell" Discussed on Pratt Cast

Pratt Cast

10:56 min | 2 years ago

"stell" Discussed on Pratt Cast

"You say that you don't want to flex on somebody like that has me on the radio and then and like not not yet no I did I did for sure. So what year did you move to Nashville. I think it was fourteen gene. Yucca a think okay it I was in and out so I had A buddy of mine that moved to town and he basically just let me rent out a room in his house. As as I needed it so I would you know if I came and stayed a weekend two weekends out of the market. You know I'd pay him something. If I just came instead tonight I wouldn't. He was really great about that. So I had that set setup and then so it was Kinda like dipping your toe in the water and and I. I kind of thought that I could be there a week out of the month and get some things going but this is At least in my case and for most cases not really how it it works a McCann. But that's not really how you need to do it. Especially because you know. Part of the thing about moving to Nashville isn't just that's where the industry is. It's that's where the songs are written and that's where the you know the people that you need to be around to inspire you and to learn from To learn how to write songs is there and putting in that time of of You know cultivating your craft you know Honing in your craft. A little bit is is every bit more. It's more important than than be. That's the most important reason to be. They're not just because industries are. Yeah Komo I. I think it's one of those things you don't understand or know but country music is is different than other genres. These publishing deals sales people come together a publishing deal which means it'll be like. Hey at noon tomorrow you're going to meet up with Benjy Davis and you're we're GonNa Right You're gonNA write a song about something right. Yeah yeah so or yeah we would like get in a room and throw out titles and throw out ideas in and depending on who were riding four anymore now that you know. I'm in this artist position. I we usually go in a room. I usually go into writer's room with me as the artists in mind with other people will try writing songs but not always but usually yeah and yeah that is Pop Music works in similar ways to can but it country music. It's really really. You know you get in there though some titles out and you know very seldom do it will do. We not leave with a song. Yeah but like I imagine. Agean the the vibe in the room for writing a song that you know is going to be yours is different than just songwriting session with someone else. And you're throwing out ideas ideas. I guess my question is does. Sometimes you have good ideas in like songwriting sessions. That you gotTa keep that for my own stuff. I mean yes and no Because they're definitely is That definitely does happen. There's definitely been times where I'm like. I have this idea that I have this relationship with these other writers. I think this will be a great title for us to write You know nowadays Mike Experience in writing is so different because my time demands are so great that I don't like the pool of people that that I write with just necessarily has a contract because I don't have time so I ended up riding with people that have written with a lot. Yes so right with new people but not as much as I used to just because I can't can't so there's there's You know I know who I least. I have an idea of like this ideal. We're good for this person. This idea work. You know well with this person person to write it So yeah I mean you typically try to point your Your titles in the in the given the best chance to succeed yeah so prayed for you you kind of like starts this snowball effect effectively and then things are happening. You Book this twenty four date tour all across ask. The United States is touring something that you like or are kind of deal with so you can end up getting the music out to more people. Yeah I absolutely love it really. Yeah it's The I'm in a really great position because I get to create music angle. Play it for people and if I had to pick one or the other I don't know which I would choose. Maybe maybe I would choose songwriting. Because at lifestyle is a little more conducive to to like not dying but It is tough. It's it's the best but it's just it's hard work it's very difficult But no I love it man. And I'm I'm at a point like I mean I used to drive everywhere all the time for anybody that would let me play music period and now all and just pray that somebody would be put out my own music and just be like well. You know hope to God if you know a few dozen people come and I can afford you know to the the fuel to get home. Yeah and now To to be on the side of something where we started tour this Just this week Dan here on the West Coast and places that I've I've played in San Diego on Friday night and I played. They're literally like three hundred sixty four days prior. Just I mean Acoustic Guitar Opening Up for Michael Ray and I'd never been market before and then we come back a year later and it's all sold out and be like visit absolute dream. Come true that I get to do that. And then the next night go down the road and play to a similar crowd of a place that I've never been before and people show up. It's magic and outages love of it. What's one thing about touring that people that have never been on a tour would the one thing that folks Sleep just sucks like trying to get trying to figure out how to get. I don't sleep well on on a bus. That's moving Getting jostled around the probably probably that probably a though there's a lot of There can be a lot of dead times a lot of hurry up and wait. There's also a lot of When you have to be someplace it's a long way away how long it takes to get someplace on a bus? And how like the just the logistics of things just. It's incredible how it keeping things to remember I. I don't know how they do. I really don't I used to. I used to just go to sheryl will drive the vantage trailer setup the PA sometimes set up the merge set up the ears rig all the instruments. The last thing on my mind was playing a show play the show barrel that down Selva merge put all that back in the trailer and drive until I couldn't anymore just book the first awfulest hotels hotels that you like just that used to be how I operated and now I should like I get up in the morning and there's this piece of paper that has times and words next to them. That is like we do this here and this here in this year and I'm like wow. This is incredible love night tinder area. Ah It's crazy heaven itinerary I got to see you perform once house at this wedding down in Mexico I don't know if you know what I'm the bartender on. A show called Bachelor in Paradise Wonderful Show and basically I give of bad advice and I drink sow and I was invited to a wedding between two wonderful crazy people Of whom I got to spend a the season with The year prior The goose and crystal and you. My friend actually played that song. Pray for you at the wedding. I did yeah. That was Was Pretty incredible. was in Mexico and I was in Mexico for a total of twenty two hours. We flew flu in the night before. And we yeah. We fluent not only in the morning of and then we flew out the next the next night and it was crazy it was great it was like I like playing music at a wedding. I didn't really know anybody that's all I wanted to know. Did you know cress or did you crystal now producers sit you out more like hey listen we need. We need something to be interesting here. We needed to play some music. Yeah Yeah we need some music Ford. I had the opportunity and you know I'd be I'd be lying if I said that I was super familiar with the Bachelor Franchise Before that yeah but being from a sports background I did what What any Sportsman does is. I went and got scouting report. Yeah from people that have that knew about it and I watched some game film and learn some background honestly. I thought that That wedding that I played at their you know I think. Sometimes there's this like people think there's an authenticity fantasy about relationships in that setting That's the VIBE that I've gotten from people who aren't fans or whatever I was like every other wedding I've ever played with except with more cameras. Yeah it was these people they were. I mean it was nothing came off as is like in authentic. You know to me and you know it's just sport dating as well as what it is. It's the same thing it's like if I liked. I always say like aliens came down tomorrow. And they went to staple center on Tuesday and they watched ten people try to throw an orange ball into a hoop and then they turn the television on and then they saw people trying to like date each other on TV. which ones weirder? Yeah I know they're probably equally as ought to the aliens so like whatever man people like what they like. It's fine when I remember of that day Because television much touring is a lot of hurry up and wait and what I remember that day was they were trying to figure out camera angles and the and lighting and I felt so bad for you because you had to play the first like you know forty seven chords over and and over and over high did right I was not. I didn't just get up there and play prayed for you during the ceremony. I played acoustic guitar through the entire procession. Obsession it might. There wasn't I didn't really realize that part of it like I guess it's a good thing that I've Ford's as a good thing. I learned all that so I I I mean just just played. Guitar made noise while these people are walking down. I'm like I hope you like this is not you know I'm serviceable guitar player. But I'm by no means slinger so but yeah I did. I was like for fifteen minutes as we walk the MOMS and stuff down the aisle. I wasn't allowed to be in that shot..

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"stell" Discussed on Pratt Cast

Pratt Cast

05:06 min | 2 years ago

"stell" Discussed on Pratt Cast

"Of the NFL. So you you play Lebron James you realize it's probably not go to the next level and then you have your mom. Send up the guitar that you got when you were twelve years old. Do you remember what kind of guitar it was it. It was a homeowner guitar fact. It's probably still think my aunt my my still have that guitar but I mean it's like you know it's it's a it's a guitar you learn on you know it's not But yeah I I Spend a lot. I don't really even know. I think I had a friend that was big into like The Red Dirt Texas Country Music scene like a lot of where I was in school the Texas Like a lot of the athletes were from Texas and So that's sort of the first music. I gravitated towards in a lot of that is like this singer songwriter. Thing you know And this has his independent streak in you know at the time time that you know and even now I mean it just really appealed to me and and You know from there. I graduated and I didn't know what I wanted to do. I know I didn't want to go back Home and You know worked for my dad at the time In construction or on a farm I would just kind of. I didn't want to didn't want to do it and I mean it's it's nice to have those opportunities you know. He had a he had a construction business pipeline business. And I could've could've gone and done that but I was not done following on that passion. And so I I went to Grad school and got my masters at the University of Arkansas. All the while really. I'm just buying time learning how to play music and yeah and you know that's really what I was doing. But the times were different. I had had agreed to go be a teaching assistant. Get much you know. I didn't have any debt that way and That was that was really the time where I learned how to play and and learn how to you know at least sit on a stool. I think I had a band at the time I was just You know kind of Doing this acoustic things like that. So you're in Fayetteville. You're studying basically just so you can learn. ged exactly so tell me about. Do you remember like one of your first gigs One of my first gigs was I mean it's always like these restaurants. I remember when I was in when I was still an Undergrad. I is this. I got this game every Tuesday night I went to play. It does At this restaurant and I was planning supposed to play like the twenty greatest drinking songs of of all time like and it turns out that I wrote like half of them because I was just play half original music I. I don't know why I thought I always took the liberty but I always played originally. I would play cover stuff but I always played originals channels and I really didn't care if anyone liked it or not displayed it and That was one of the first Gigs I ever had had a A deal down in Fort Smith where I would go every you know. I can't remember his weekly or monthly or something like that and then you know you're in Fayetteville I play it it unplayed some bars around there and then back around little rock I do that. And then you know I get down to Texas DFW. As much as I could and that just kind of start sorta started to grow That way just in places that would let me come plug my guitar in. Yeah Yeah so you get your your master's degree from Arkansas graduate What's the next up Then I moved home and I I I was. I was getting where I stay busy enough. plan music to where I could kind of live hand to mouth you know. The overhead was really low. I could go I could. I could play an acoustic show and go make two hundred bucks. You know on a on a couple of nights in a weekend and I mean pay my rent and the gas to get there and things like that and But in between there I would I went back and worked for my dad and You know worked on my grandma's farm took care of it And then eventually In got busy enough where I wasn't doing that and then and then had some success writing some songs with some Texas artists to the point where I was like well. Will you know if I can do that in this scene. You know maybe maybe Nashville is the move for me as a songwriter. And and really I was thinking I would move to Nashville right songs for other big artists to sing and like make little a weird record of my own. You know kind of singer Songwriter. kind of stuff not at not necessarily singer-songwriter but more let's say Americana is it kind of thing kind of follow my Muse a little bit more and So I moved to Nashville Ville and and started trying to pursue publishing deal and eventually After after not having opportunities Eventually got the opportunity To sign a publishing deal which turned into.

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"stell" Discussed on Pratt Cast

Pratt Cast

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"stell" Discussed on Pratt Cast

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"stell" Discussed on Pratt Cast

Pratt Cast

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"stell" Discussed on Pratt Cast

"Hanging out with you. I've got a the Matt Style in the studio. How are you buddy? But I'm doing great. Yeah Great Yeah Kinda sad day here in I now lay but other than that. Yeah you I wish this was a television show. You could see how devilish good-looking Matt Is. You're also quite tall. This is true like what six five six seven six seven. Yeah wow okay so I mean. Did you play basketball. GRONER did play basketball. Did yeah that was my. That was my first love and then uh that dream was was euthanized by a Joe Johnson. One time in a pro. Emily Guy. That's when I first learned that that I was not going to the league. I mean did you grow up a Black Mamba Fan man I did. I mean Kobe was You know see. Kobe was back then. We had you know whatever those games would be on. NBC on the on the Sunday games. Or whatever and those those laker teams were they were just such a national thing. I grew up watching Kobe. And he was the guy and You know he's meant so much to the game Since then you know since his prime it was just a the figure this larger than life and You know what a what would devastating news you know for basketball fans just for you know. People grew up with him in their lives. Yeah in the INTRO. As saying you know my fiance like what she took away from it was. Don't forget to tell your friends and loved ones like how much they mean to you because you never know how much time you got and I thought that was kind of apropos. But I don't WanNa do did did a lot of this this kind of Co talk yesterday. At the grammys and I want us as much as I want to celebrate. Koby I WANNA celebrate your career as well so what's kind of pivot away from that. I want to talk about prayed for you for a second sure can we. I play a clip of it. Just sort of the VIBE The one.

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"stell" Discussed on Pratt Cast

Pratt Cast

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"stell" Discussed on Pratt Cast

"Hanging out with you. I've got a the Matt Style in the studio. How are you buddy? But I'm doing great. Yeah Great Yeah Kinda sad day here in I now lay but other than that. Yeah you I wish this was a television show. You could see how devilish good looking at is. You're also quite tall. This is true like what six five six seven six seven. Yeah wow okay so I mean. Did you play basketball. GRONER did play basketball. Did yeah that was my. That was my first love and then uh that dream was was euthanized by a Joe Johnson. One time in a pro. Emily Guy. That's when I first learned that that I was not going to the league. I mean did you grow up a Black Mamba Fan man I did. I mean Kobe was You know see. Kobe was back then. We had you know whatever those games would be on. NBC on the on the Sunday games. Or whatever and those those laker teams were they were just such a national thing. I grew up watching Kobe. And he was the guy and You know he's meant so much to the game Since then you know since his prime it was just a the figure this larger than life and You know what a what would devastating news you know for basketball fans just for you know. People grew up with him in their lives. Yeah in the INTRO. As saying you know my fiance like what she took away from it was. Don't forget to tell your friends and loved ones like how much they mean to you because you never know how much time you got and I thought that was kind of apropos. But I don't WanNa do 'cause I did did a lot of this this kind of Co talk yesterday at the grammys and I want us as much as I want to celebrate. Koby I WANNA celebrate your career as well so what's kind of pivot away from that. I want to talk about prayed for you for a second sure can we. I play a clip of it. Just sort of the VIBE The over.

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"stell" Discussed on Pratt Cast

Pratt Cast

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"stell" Discussed on Pratt Cast

"To say out loud. You can create characters that look just like themselves and the recipient while customers have the option to personalize each page as much as they like. There's one of the first gifts sair. She got it for my birthday a couple years ago. And it's the cutest thing it's a little love story. Go Love Book online dot com slash wells to receive a special twenty percent discount. Only four our listeners. Go check it out. This is the wells cast with wells atoms and iheartradio podcast. What's up everybody? Well taken out seacrest studios in Burbank. Bank California excited about the show. Today we're going to have Matt Stell on the show and coming up in just a couple minutes. I'll give you all the the stats and Statistics Dick's about this amazing singer. But I I WANNA talk about. It was a couple nights ago that the grammy's were at the staple center. I was doing the pre show with Justin Sylvester Mr and Simon. WHO's on different radio station that we chance not talk about but it was a weird things like? I've had a radio show since I was sixteen years old right like I've only ever done this one thing and getting to do a pre show at the grammys was like bucket. List stuff for me like I've done now the EMMYS and people's choice in the Golden Globes. And that's fun and all but like I'm not an actress so like it doesn't really affect me in the way that the grammy's does and I gotta say it was such an elation walking into it knowing always that I was going to get to do this childhood dream of mine and then the crazy news breaks that Kobe Bryant. The Black Mambas helicopter hopped goes down. And then it just changes everything I mean. It changed our scripts for one but then it started changing the narrative of the night. And then you started thinking. Oh Oh man. Were doing this in the building that Kobe built the billing. That's got not one. But two of his jerseys retired up in the rafters. It was just a very very surreal moment. In time in a lot of artists we felt warrant walk in the carpet because people wouldn't want to answer questions about it people. You know wanted to be respectful of you. Know the the the lore that is Kobe. Bryant was just a really really crazy weird evening and it's just so sad because he was such an amazing athlete athlete. He was so he was so inspirational. To not only like just plea ines like you and I but like also like the the people around him in basketball and the Guy WanNA freak and Oskar so anyways it was just a crazy night thoughts and prayers go out to not only Kobe's family but to all the other families in the helicopter And just one of those things I saw my fiance like kind of like in story ory a picture of me and she was like today's one of those days that makes you remember to like kiss someone you love and tell them that you love them because you don't know when you're not going to be able to tell them that and that's just kind of like this is long diatribe whoever you around right now to say. Hey you know what I love you because you're great anyways speed people who are why do you want to tell the story of the Grammy's okay so I don't know if you guys saw the which is silly because not not famous but you know I sat in line and do the freaking Glam bought and I don't know if you saw there was baby. Yoda Rhoda behind me and the glass. You go my instagram. You can see it. Baby Oda is in the background and frequent baby yoga and his handler. I don't even know what you call him. Tried to cut me in line me injustice. He tried to cut US online. Well Hey listen Jim Henson pump the brakes Brel all right. We've been sit in line for a long time. All right so he tries to cut us in line like Nas not happening so we like you know in honor of Kobe boxed amount and then we're going and do this first and then guests who shows up and gets to cut in line for all of us but flavor flav which is fine okay flavor Flav can cut us in line. He's wearing this amazing bedazzled bejeweled like Purple Jacket. And we're looking at his back and Justin an ir very confused and what we see is that is that one of those ink things still.

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"stell" Discussed on Pratt Cast

Pratt Cast

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"stell" Discussed on Pratt Cast

"To say out loud. You can create characters that look just like themselves and the recipient while customers have the option to personalize each page as much as they like. There's one of the first gifts sair. She got it for my birthday a couple years ago. And it's the cutest thing it's a little love story. Go Love Book online dot com slash wells to receive a special twenty percent discount. Only four our listeners. Go check it out. This is the wells cast with wells atoms and iheartradio podcast. What's up everybody? Well taken out seacrest studios in Burbank. Bank California excited about the show. Today we're going to have Matt Stell on the show and coming up in just a couple minutes. I'll give you all the the stats and Statistics Dick's about this amazing singer. But I I WANNA talk about. It was a couple nights ago that the grammy's were at the staple center. I was doing the pre show with Justin Sylvester Mr and Simon. WHO's on different radio station that we chance not talk about but it was a weird things like? I've had a radio show since I was sixteen years old right like I've only ever done this one thing and getting to do a pre show at the grammys was like bucket. List stuff for me like I've done now the EMMYS and people's choice in the Golden Globes. And that's fun and all but like I'm not an actress so like it doesn't really affect me in the way that the grammy's does and I gotta say it was such an elation walking into it knowing always that I was going to get to do this childhood dream of mine and then the crazy news breaks that Kobe Bryant. The Black Mambas helicopter hopped goes down. And then it just changes everything I mean. It changed our scripts for one but then it started changing the narrative of the night. And then you started thinking. Oh Oh man. Were doing this in the building that Kobe built the billing. That's got not one. But two of his jerseys retired up in the rafters. It was just a very very surreal moment. In time in a lot of artists we felt warrant walk in the carpet because people wouldn't want to answer questions about it people. You know wanted to be respectful of you. Know the the the lore that is Kobe. Bryant was just a really really crazy weird evening and it's just so sad because he was such an amazing athlete athlete. He was so he was so inspirational. To not only like just plea ines like you and I but like also like the the people around him in basketball and the Guy WanNA freak and Oskar so anyways it was just a crazy night thoughts and prayers go out to not only Kobe's family but to all the other families in the helicopter And just one of those things I saw my fiance like kind of like in story story a picture of me and she was like today's one of those days that makes you remember to like kiss someone you love and tell them that you love them because you don't know when you're not going to be able to tell them that and that's just kind of like this is long diatribe whoever you around right now to say. Hey you know what I love you because you're great anyways speed people who are why do you want to tell one story of the Grammy's okay. So I don't know if you guys saw the which is silly because not not famous but you know I sat in line and do the freaking Glam bought and I don't know if I saw there was baby. Yoda Rhoda behind me and the glass. You go my instagram. You can see it. Baby Oda is in the background and frequent baby yoga and his handler. I don't even know what you call him. Tried to cut me in line me injustice. He tried to cut US online. Well Hey listen Jim Henson pump the brakes Brel all right. We've been sit in line for a long time. All right so he tries to cut us in line like Nas not happening so we like you know in honor of Kobe. Boxed amount like now we're going and do this first and then guests who shows up and gets to cut in line for all of us but flavor flav leave which is fine okay flavor. FLAV can cut us in line. He's wearing this amazing bedazzled bejeweled like Purple Jacket. And we're looking at his back and Justin an ir very confused and what we see is that is that one of those ink things still.

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