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Fresh update on "stetson" discussed on Filmspotting
"Where you can learn more and sign up. Let's get to bhaskar theater. The part of the show where we perform a scene and you get a chance at winning a film spotting t shirt a few weeks ago adamant i massacre this scene interesting even thinking that my face i'm unable to prevent the decay. My buddy but the individuals only has sailed east the weirdness of the sales viggo the openness a life wise. A list vital somehow will fail. That was john hurt. And richard burton in one thousand nine hundred nineteen eighty-four written by michael radford adapted from the novel by george orwell radford also the director there also on that show along with that massacre. We had our final eight from eighty four review. We talked about jim. Jarmusch is stranger than paradise and we shared our eight from eighty four awards. I'm gonna say it because it's so fun to say the quiz zach had x. Please do so why. Why josh did we do that. Scene from one thousand nine hundred four. Well we've kind of given you the answer trip burton in woodridge illinois says. I've never seen the movie. But i would be a horrible english teacher if i didn't know. This week's massacre theater was nineteen eighty-four as for connections besides the whole show being devoted to the movie year. Eighty four you. Have john hurt. Who would be so memorable in stranger than paradise director. Jim jarmusch has only lovers left alive. And of course the politics of our current time feeling so freaking orwellian. Every year that. I teach the book my students find it scarier and scarier. Here's ian farmer from golden colorado. This is one of those movies. I saw way too young. And it subsequently boosted my ego for years to come. I watched it again years later and it was embarrassed by my previous love. Happiness finally paying off now. Jeff from la says george orwell made sure that the year nineteen eighty-four would strike fear and terror into the hearts of all who heard it's numerous mention a fate. Twenty twenty is likely to share. I think he's right. Ptsd shudders whenever we hear. Twenty years ahead. We did not get many entries. Though josh so maybe my richard burton impersonation my very soothing impersonation just put them to sleep rather and stimulated them at all to recognize the scene or enter or maybe like trip english teachers who definitely know the source material. They've never seen the movie. We think there are a lot of those folks out there. We did not get many entries josh. So you're gonna have a lot of room in the film spotting hat to pick out a winner. Who do you got. You're still winter. Toss zach zach stetson from new york new york zach. Stetson out. i noticed today again. There were so few entries that i could very easily eyeball. Everyone who entered back. I think has been playing massacre theater since at least two thousand eight while of years of entries. Pretty sure he's never won. And there you go happy holidays in advance indeed see stick with it. You'll win one day. They go email feedback at film spotting dot net. And we will set you up with your very own film. Spotting t shirt broadsheet journalists described. My impressions stunningly accurate. Whoa they're all. I've heard michael game. But i assume based on lines of on i'm sparkle is where you are so wrong. We move on now to this week's edition of massacre theater one where we probably don't need to give any obvious hints but i'm going to help our audience anyway josh because this is a title that has some connection to this week's show but beyond that it also has a connection to our upcoming film spotting madness. I'll be a little bit vague here and for people who aren't aware i won't say the decade there. We're going to focus on. But when we posted the shortlist on letterbox of the hundred or so films that we were considering to whittle down to this upcoming film fighting badness the were a fair number of people who couldn't believe we left off this movie okay. I think you gave way too many clues there. But that's all right. Okay had last time so so maybe we'll get a time this time. That's it really wasn't feeling unloved enough. You're the fact that you usually play the woman it. It's gonna pay off for you this time because you get a nice little dog here. Really really juicy. Yeah of course will not do justice but we're going to give it a go. Nevertheless you started off. So i'll give you the action. Are you ready. Yes and action. It's good to see sweetheart. You contemptible pig i remained. Celebrate for you. I stood at the back of a cathedral in celibacy for you with three hundred friends and relatives in attendance. My uncle hired the best romanian caterers in the state. To obtain the seven limousines for the wedding party my father used up his last favors with mad p trello so for me for my mother. My grandmother my father my uncle and for the common good. I must now kill you and your brother. Oh please don't kill us.
"stetson" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Which we know it is, and they still go back to Stetson. It just shows you one thing. We're very wake up If we have somebody that comes the steps up in a back in a J t. I mean They should be given an opportunity. In a game situation. I think we're where else do you go? You know, you just don't keep putting The same thing back on the field, and you don't see progression. That's why I'm saying somebody else should have a shot. The progression hasn't been there, and we've had that quarterback in that position. It needs to have somebody compliment. The running game with execution. That's the key word bottom line there. That the old saying if you get too if you got three quarterbacks, it means you don't have one. I research team of Parker and Ellington did some digging there. The best record George has ever had in a season where three different quarterbacks have started was at 2016 that went nine and four, and that team lost to both Kentucky and Vanderbilt team also Red shirted know Sean Marina, so this team has still got a chance to win the rest of them there. But what everybody wants to see the rest of the way, though, is that progression and that improvement on the offense and that starts at the quarterback position got good, tight ends excellent backs. Good group of young, wide receivers and boy, he talked about that offensive line. The job that Matt Luke has done there. It's been really terrific, right Bulldog fans you could tune in tonight at midnight. Catch the latest episode Special Dish in Kirby Smart all access this week airing the.
"stetson" Discussed on WSB-AM
"It includes an O in three record when both our head coaches two of those games here, Florida one when Dan Mullen was heading up Mississippi State now to the game over the past half hour, we've spoken a lot about the task of Kyle Trask. That awaits our Bulldogs defense today on the other side of the ball. Georgia hopes that Stetson Ben it can work through his recent turnover flew Guy the dogs offense to success. I'm real company because I don't see what we do every day. And predators, which states on and pride is on the line, and everybody owes Sameer White gives steps and a vote of confidence. Still, fans wonder about Opening day starter Dwan Mathis. As well as Harold of Transfer J. T. Daniels, who has yet to see game action in 2020. Ultimately we feel like stats and gives us the best chance to win right now, and you know, Duwan gets a lot of work a lot of rips. And competes really hard. That continues to improve and shows us that he's a better guy that he would be the guy up. Same thing with J. T Thiss coach Kirby Smart and Yet college football is the one institution where the best guy the vast majority of amount of time is going to be the guy that is starting for you and the guy that is that is playing and Especially coming off of the bye week. The fact that Stetson Bennett was able to hold on to this position and the way he has played outside of the one half against the University of Alabama really last against Kentucky. That was a game that We should have run the football the vast majority of the time that that wasn't any kind of rebuke of steps had been and how I could go play. Uh, steps a minute has earned the job. These other two guys they get in a lot of reps. They're going to be ready to go if called upon. I wouldn't be surprised to see that one of those guys today of steps have been it struggles at all. But the simple fact of the matter is the way step has played the ways performed in practice. He is on the job. He's the guy of of the three that we're talking about. And Carson Beckett hasn't really been mentioned in that group is the true freshman..
No. 5 Georgia earns 11th consecutive win over Kentucky 14-3
"Semir white rushed for a career high one hundred thirty one yards and a touchdown in fifth ranked Georgia's eleventh straight win over Kentucky fourteen to three Stetson Bennett also ran for a score for the Bulldogs who gained two hundred and fifteen yards on the ground and limited the Wildcats to two hundred twenty nine yards overall Bennett had just thirteen pass attempts and had two throws that were intercepted but head coach Kirby smart didn't think his quarterback had a poor all around performance he pulled a bone scored with a push in the right one place he handled motions you handle the clock we did some good things you know he didn't get a chance to drop the ball off a lot today because were able to run the ball Kentucky's Chris Rodriguez ran twenty times for a hundred yards but you only get with through for just ninety one yards in his first start since Terry Wilson injured his wrist I'm Dave Ferrie
Atlanta - Georgia Bulldogs beat Auburn Tigers 27-6
"Its oldest rival during a historic home opener. Here's Ws Peace J. Black. It wasn't 93 K but Bulldog Nation on overs off its habit. His defense dominates holding the Tigers to only 39 yards on the ground. You can stop people who run ball, you usually suffocate him. That's Kirby Smart. Who goes with Stetson Bennett, the former walk on making his first start a quarterback going for 2 48 touchdown being able to be company office around by such great players, Seaver cares. Jackson has a career day with 1 47, but knows there's more to come. We need score more touchdowns is next up Tennessee at home on Saturday afternoon.
Atlanta - Georgia roars back to take down Arkansas in opener
"Us come out in the second half and play like we were capable of playing. The whole bowl of nations knew we would do it. Dogs fans using the open mic feature on the WSB radio apt away in on the Big win Georgia recovering from a terrible first half to beat Arkansas 37 10, Here's WSB sports director J. Black. It's not hard for Kirby's more to explain that awful first half way had to be kid Excuse abilities, but everything changed after halftime. Led by former walk on Q B. Stetson Bennett coming off the bench to throw for 2 11 and two TDs. I was expected to come in if you don't and it's kind of poor when you do, say for one play, Georges de dominates again, with Richard Lll account getting two interceptions. Pressure that we get in line behind the line again. Quarterback in there that rushed next up the home opener against Auburn Saturday night. J Black 95 15
QB JT Daniels still not cleared for Georgia’s opener vs. Arkansas
"Let's talk about the Georgia bulldogs as. Their game might not be that difficult this weekend in Fayetteville but what about the quarterback situation? It was about a week ago and my griffiths joined this with his feeling about who should be the star Michael rejoins us a number of issues to discuss Mike. Always great to have you on. Let's let's start with the Cuban situation. What are you here? Yeah you gotTa Be Dorm Math Paul I mean of jt Daniels still isn't cleared this week. I mean really last week. If he wasn't cleared, you gotTA prepare with who you've got doin', Mathis Jt Daniels, very different style quarterbacks. So I think you're gonNA see Dwan this under center maybe some Carson back maybe some Stetson Bennett up but likely one mathis in quite a story book start. This will be Paul. When you look at Guan's background the brain surgery the flipped from Ohio state I mean it really is something else away way this is laid out.
"stetson" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"Reason I was never worried about myself. It's more like a responsibility to not infect anybody who has a bigger risk. Want it to lock you them at one talking about cesium up do Parni Egypt shoot. Don't shoot that you may use much. I heard that the rule is isn't one hundred percent clear. So it's a little bit up to the composer's and when I saw the Commissaire I think he was even skirt in his car. Going down that descend so for him was not even a question. Mark Behind decision because the of course I I made the mistake but also studied the road book and I paid a lot of tension in the two more corners. But this one wasn't marked. That was not the only one who was going straight there. So those also mistake. It's it's so dangerous to say guys. Okay go there for you know. Fighting for juicy victory fighting for for the stage victory without having seen the descend before in my opinion also need to build such a Finnish into a status. I mean if it's a one day race it's different because you're there you can write the descend one two three times and you know what What you can expect in the end that Stetson more fair situation in the rates because if you can follow it up to your technical skills but also the other guys in front of me like Giulio said the you almost crashed so he's it also just made it in the last moment. It's dangerous happy that Tacoma's there had the same opinion about much is like a writing. Let me insist on the fact that the crash occurred in the final.
"stetson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
Lyme Disease and Other Tick Borne Illnesses with Dr. Sean Beckmann
"They we are talking about a subject that affects a lot of people and that is lime disease and we have assistant professor of biology. Dr Shawn Beckmann back on the show with us and if you remember he spoke with us in a previous episode about the corona virus. And today Dr. Beckmann is going to share some insights about lyme disease. Dr Beckmann can you tell me a little bit about yourself and watch you do sure? So I'm a biologist down here at Stetson University in Land Florida My obviously my main focus down here is teaching. But my research focuses on a tick-borne hagins so there are these various different bacteria or viruses that are transmitted by ticks. People we know about things like lyme disease for example And my main interest is in. Where did these come from? What are the organisms that carry these Different pathogens that ultimately Gets THEM FROM IT? And the tick can transmit them on from there. Ah Cry well we had you on before talking about the corona virus. And you mentioned you know what you do at your work and I thought Oh. Wow I know a lot of people who are going to want to ask you questions about tick borne diseases in boy was I right so in my group hope lively I ask you know who who has a question for Dr Beckmann and I was overwhelmed with all the questions they had for you so I'm just going to start at the top and we'll try to see how many questions we can get through So the first question People WanNa know is where do people get lyme disease and Rocky Mountain spotted fever? Okay so we've got a kind of two different sides of the same coin here. Both lining disease and rocky mountain spotted. Fever are bacterial diseases They're both caused by bacterial pathogens. And they're both spread by tics. But we get different ticks. That spread each kitties. So lime disease. Which is what. My research primarily focuses on is caused by the Bacteria Brilliant Bergdorf Ri- which is a bacteria that is transmitted in the eastern United States by the black legged tick and then out west. There's a related take on the other side of the rockies that can transmit it But that bacteria gets basically picked up by the tick from a rodent that it feeds on the carries that particular bacteria so not all rodents have disease in the rodents can't transmit the disease to people. It has to be transmitted by a tick. The tickle feed on one of these rodents we call it a resume war pick it up and then the tick carries that bacteria throughout its life and so whatever it bites in the future it could potentially transmit it to it can transmit it to another rodent and make another reservoir. It can transmit it to a dog it could transmit it to a deer or it could transmit it to a person potentially and that's where people get it from us from a tick. It's previously gotten infected by it. They pick it up when that tick them invites them in the case of lyme. That's the for the most part in the United States. We talk about the black legged tick that can do that. In the case of Rocky Mountain spotted fever that's transmitted by group of kicks called the dog ticks. So you have the American dog tick at the Brown dog tick and then the rocky mountain tick also are all capable of transmitting. That and that belongs to a different group of bacteria called the Recap Zia's And so we're we're catchy. I 'cause why not have a crazy name is that bacteria and that's transmitted by like I said a totally different group protects. Wow Okay so the tick transmits it to a rodent now if the a rodent another tip by sat rodent it it can get the bacteria from that rodent so ultimately to talk a little bit about. I guess the the kind of cycle we call this. The enzootic cycle the cycle within animals And so you imagine a situation where you've got a road that carries this bacteria and by and large the rodent is not affected by. They are kind of the incubator for it. Which is why we call them. The reservoir if a tick bites that rodent the tick then picks up that bacteria it the ticks on affected by the TIG carries it it gets into the gut of the tech and then ultimately it moves from the gut of take into the salivary. Glands of the tech takes only feed a couple of times in their life once during their first life stage there amid stage once during the second stage they're laurel life stage and once during their adult stage so if a tick nymph bites an infected rodent. Yeah it picks up that bacteria then when it goes to beat again as a larva feeds on another rodent. It's going to create another reservoir. It's GonNa create another road at now. Has that bacteria if Instead by say a dog it could transmit it to a dog. If bites a person it can transmit it to a person and so there's really the first two life stages it could pick up the bacteria and both of those life stages it can transmit it in any life stage later where it's after it's become infected so let's take feeds three times in its life and the first time it picks up the bacteria now it's got two opportunities to spread it if a tick picks it up in a second life stage. It's only got one opportunity. Spread it if it picks it up in its third lifestyle. Jet May be infected. But it's never going to spread it to anything I see so can a dog be a reservoir for the tick dogs and Dogs Endear and humans for that matter or what we call dead end hosts so what that means is we can get infected by the bacteria but it can't be transmitted from us to take to go to something else. Our biology doesn't work really well with it from a transmission perspective. On fortunately for us we are the organisms that can become a affected by that pathogen. So where's the rodents will get the bacteria and they live happy normal lives as far as we know and every research study that has looked at this as an experiment that has looked at this in rodents when they get lime or the bacteria that causes lyme they may get a little inflammation for a little while and then it goes away and they live normally with the bacteria the bacteria evade immune system and just lived normally in there but when it gets into a dog or a deer or a human doesn't do that with our immune systems will initially eventually recognize it would become symptomatic and we get an illness as a result of it And WanNa talk more about that later but Can you be infected by these ticks anywhere or just in these particular areas geographically? Great question and it's a question that leads to a lot of confusion because is particularly at all focus on line because that that is my area of expertise. I know about the others. But that's my primary area when we think of line we think of one if not two places in the US we think of the northeastern United States your your mid Atlantic and northeastern states. I A lime disease is named after a lyme Connecticut where it was I found. That's where we find a lot of it. We also get a big focus of lime in the upper mid Western. Us particularly Wisconsin and Minnesota but lime is found in all fifty states. It has been diagnosed in all fifty states including Hawaii and Alaska. Now does that mean. There's lots of Lyme disease in Alaska. Probably not there's probably not in Hawaii either. Those are probably people that went somewhere else. Acquired it and then went home and got diagnosed with it at home. But within the contiguous United States within the forty eight states Within the United States proper lime has been identified in all of them identified all of them on a regular basis. Even if it's at a low incidence so you don't have to be bitten by a tick in New York for example to get lime disease if you buy tick in Florida and that kick is carrying brilliant door fry. It has a potential to pass it to you and so even though there's areas in the US really prevalent it is found throughout the entire.
"stetson" Discussed on On Mic Podcast
"And anytime I I do a great deal of corporate speaking your tanning as well and what I tell each and every one of my clients is thank you for having me. I don't want to you to feel L. I'm simply a soldier of fortune here I respect the investment that you have an evening and has nothing to do with the amount of money you're spending me. It's your people the people you're putting me in front of the people who have faith in me to do what I need to do. And those are the and I love to express that because I it's truth I I mean we have several sites for you but the one that I wanted to mention quickly as mind reading eating confidential DOT COM. That is the name of the show and people who've come to Boston and there are many visitors. Who Listen to this? PODCAST will probably make the trip. They should definitely check. Check it out but that's just a small part of what you're doing. You are all over. The map is doing all kinds of shows. Is there a a new vista that you're looking forward to taking on well. Yes I'm looking forward to really settling more into mind reading confidential official. I also want to introduce a few other programs Are Women's only psychic experience. The the party that That Roberta came to with her friends. Woods is wonderful. It's a tradition. That goes back to nineteen o five and it is nowadays. It's the questions are the same from nineteen o five but it's a little bit more about self empowerment and and feeling good and the ability to use the power precision of your mind to to change your life and just realize that you have abilities of your own and you have choices and we're able to eliminate certain fears in in people's lives all under under the guise of laughter and fun right. It's always fun all wrapped up in a fun fun fun package and we're also going to be doing a theatrical seance. Right now what your house we know. What a seance is? What is the theatrical? Safety is An experience where where there are It's a storytelling evening to put it to mildly will be around the Sans Table is the tradition in the Victorian age. We'll be going through all of that type of of ritual When I say it's just the theatrical the ethical seance we are going to be telling so many of the stories and hopefully Connecting and interesting ways with famous Amos and infamous. Yes of the Parker House through their history. They have a quite known as being a Haunted facility we haven't talked about medium ship that is part of what you're talking about right. No no not in this case mediums. Love coming to this because because it is the ritual This is not of we. When I say a theatrical seance we are not going to be looking for our personal aunt Martha author in that situation? If people are interested in that I can certainly give you ways techniques and things that I I have done that have helped me in in that situation But that's not what we're talking about here this it's It's a show and they're going to sit and think of the energy is being the ghost of Christmas present. Love it love my favorite my when he tows because every Christmas my My ritual one am. I opened a Christmas Carol. Anne sit somewhere quietly and read it by myself. I love when the ghost of Christmas is present offers scrooge drink and he goes spirit. What is it it's delicious? And because it's the milk of human kindness you twisting breath beef that's earlier with the yes with Marley. Hey one more thing and that is you talked about memory at the beginning of yes I remembered that and you are your so sharpen so cool when you're up onstage but obviously can you share an hour with an audience like this Just one tip on how to improve memory. How to sharpen and home that memo? Sure I already did. It's to listen. Well we're not. I cannot stress that enough because if we don't hear it we can't remember remember and if we're I'd like to have Some time with the person who created the term multitasking. Look at the mind. And it's like now. I'm watching the Ed Sullivan show and the conscious mind. I'm watching plates. speculates right five plates spinning and we're we're drank. Keep those up there but our subconscious is a bottomless pit. That contains everything else that has ever happened to us. A very large hard-drive. He'll you Betcha you betcha that's exactly what it is is this your Your screen your is your conscious mind and the hard drive contains everything else so it is there and we are once again. We're just not focusing on what we're being told and I do not believe you can watch television and listened to your phone and that the dut at the same time mentally once once again. These were not built We were not built for these times so when I look in the mirror and I said okay I gotTA lose fifteen pounds. uh-huh I'll feel better make sense. I know this so what do we do. Okay I will move more and I'll eat less. Okay I can figure that out and I can do it not not as quickly as I say I can. I know I can do it now. The question to me is what are you feeding your head every day How much in time are you spending on the phone? How much of a circus simply getting all of our news from from facebook? Or what have you. I would imagine you'd be agreeing that we don't spend enough time in quote nature either. I mean I mean I don't mean necessarily going to the mountains but just being outside taking a walk doing things that are designed by nature to help us so glad that you said that because any of I have another place. I'd like to invite people to come. It's called the Stetson Circle. The stetson circles facebook page okay and it has daily affirmation motivation. All the Asians are there are there and we've done some very special work there And I don't want to Brag on it but this we've we've made a difference and we've made huge difference in a few lives just starting off doing this fun thing so now now now. I can't leave so I have to be doing this and I love I love. You've doing it. But every and there's a lot of eastern philosophy there's a lot of common sense and the big thing for me. The underlying current is nature. I will not post anything that does not go along with the laws of nature. Because what I feel feel. We're doing and no no disrespect to anybody here. This is just my opinion. I feel that we are staring nature in the face face turning her back and running as fast as we possibly can never mind the great moments you were talking about bug just going for a walk and doing these things or hiking. Oh that minutes great love I love it but I'm just talking about laws of nature when you're sitting in your in your home. For example we teaching our children that everybody gets a trophy in nature there are winners and losers in nature. Nature's always going to win no matter what nature is the all time winner. I feel we have to treat nature that way and we have to respect laws of nature and laws of nature once again winners or losers we age we think to happen things change in. There's so many things going along now that don't go along with laws of nature that it concerns me. What concerns me is having to arrange play dates? I remember when we were kids. His we just played. Yeah made stuff up and showed up. You know you know who was a whole district. We should go back and listen to George. Carline was thinking of Carl. Carl Charlie would say you know these kids they just need to to to look out the window and while you're at it you do it to use our imagination. Imagination is such a big part of what I what I do. And Concept of visualization Both on stage and when. I'm doing say corporate keynote. Uh talks as a matter of fact a new One of my new talks that is going to be really looking forward to is how to not take things personally. Oh boy you're going to have a lot of hits in how it pertains to both business but more importantly your life and I am so excited to be working on this right. Well I I think in our discussion. Today we've focused on a lot of things but I think people now know that you're much more than the guy on stage. There's a whole back story here and as a whole series of projects and I'm going to spill the beans that you are going to do a podcast Gas I know it's in your future so I will be a definite fan of that and listening because of what you describe is is just positive energy and and I think that's what we need and I want to get into the heads of interesting people And I we would all like to know what interesting people are thinking. You know I re- I read all the time. My favorite things to read are are both history and biography biography right. Because I want to know what Warren Buffett was thinking before he got that spot right my want and and history teacher and we ignore it. Well I think there's is a lot of history to be made as well by people who want to make a difference in your one of them my friend we We could spend hours. Just discussing your philosophy sophy in the work you do but people should know that you're out there and doing great work and if they come to Boston. Support your mind reading confidential at the Parker House. The Omni partners Arto so much such a great. That's the perfect venue for you because it's intimate and yet it's a little on the formal side because it's an old stately hotel. I love it. Y'All meet me too and as but I'm still I'm still everywhere. Ohio where I was out in This week I was in Des Moines. I was in Philadelphia Adelphia and I can't even remember where it was on Wednesday travels more than a primary candidate. Right you're out there John. It's hard to hit a moving target. Thank thank you so much my friend. It's great to connect and to reconnect after many years. Yes and I look forward to everything that we're going to be doing in the future and I just can't thank you enough for continuing what you do because say you very very briefly if you call my cell phone believe you have. This is the message you receive. You've you've reached John Stetson and I like to feel good so this calls for any other reason you have reached the wrong otherwise leave a message. And and of course the Great Dr Angelo. They forget what you say but they never forget how you make them feel and this is the picture of you my friend. You make people feel feel good while I make people feel important and you make people feel worthy and that makes me realize how lucky I am and how much of a joy it is to do what I do. Thank you my friend. You a wonderful performer. And a great human being John Stetson now now.
"stetson" Discussed on On Mic Podcast
"And I was always a closet medalist when I was doing my things for people. That's what I was always doing. That was always my study. So it's like when I grow up so I I had the opportunity to work with a great number of household names. Now a base at a late seventies early eighties is based on my time in in those areas of. Let's say the comedy the comedy rooms. Interestingly enough the same time I'll still doing some other other shows and I was Dealing with my great aunt. Who's a very well known intuitive reader and say very a well known she was totally under the radar and You Look Online. You can't find anything about But I do have some information a lot of information on in her she would Went to become a silent movie actress and had some rich some results but she was more popular for taking at her deck of cards in reading the stars and the producers and the millionaires and that blood into the ranchers in their spouses end captains of industry so she would only go to Wonderful places and send her for week. you know who should go to Sarah Toga. She go to London Paris and Palm Springs Pedigree and so I spent She was quite elderly at that point. I spent time with her at the end of her career so I would travel with her for about six eight days a month as a secretary so here is the. Here's the comedy rooms and you know Jordan more than in as much as I do. That true comedy comes from pain due to does and Ndiaye oftentimes son time. We'll also look at the funniest person in your group and it's these things are readable. So I'm mm we're dealing with comedy clubs as I'm doing air quotes which is what they were. But you the irony of places like Yuk yuks the laugh shack and the hokey pokey in the lab stop would be the most filled with the most negative energy possible to get the comics to laugh Back then it would have to be dark. And we'll have to me. I mean spirited stuff and some of the people who were doing comedy it was just a job and I am I. Even when I was there I felt myself to be a little bit of a comedy snob based on my love love old show business and how I how I grew up in whom I heroes were. It was great to be. They're seeing a lot of a lot of these wonderful people people being rather Inventive and and original and whatnot. But at what cost boy it hurt. It was end When you see people nowadays who say I've been working comedy rooms for forty years I just I take a deep breath hold my heart and say God bless you? You're right I do know a lot. What about this because I have many many close friends who are now on the West Coast and elsewhere who are You know very complex. Let's put it that way. That's a euphemism for pain. And I you see that a lot and so that helped you discover what it is you want it to become become. Let me tell you a quick story that I think your listeners will like Starts like a joke. Guy Walks into a doctor's the only this was in I believe eighteen thirty five up in Halifax Yorkshire and he goes to the doctor and he's basically talking talking about all the telltale signs of depression which is something that wasn't quite recognized at that point But he was going on and on about how he felt between anxiety depression and just heaviness in the weight in his life and how he didn't know what he was going to do. We wanted to continue living right. The doctor says you're in great luck. You must come to the city square with my family tonight. You must come the circuses there. The circus is light in. It's bright and it's a happy experience but this circus circus stars the Great Gremaldi the world's greatest clown clown Gremaldi will take the ring for an hour. He will. He's an evening's brush to sweep away care but more than that he'll express the human condition. You'll laugh you'll cry but you will walk away feeling so good about being alive. You must see Gremaldi Malady. And of course the man says I am Gremaldi yes poignant and but when you really look at it. Aren't we sort of all commodity springs to mind something that you do that I've seen you do. In in your performance in your presentation that is talking about the energy that he will will absorb and also reflect and give off and I don't disagree at all. I think you're very much on target that we can feel the vampire sucking getting the energy out of the animals. Yes we are we are. We're animals and if say I was behind the curtain and I was nervous before coming out to do whatever I was going to deliver a speech or whatnot people senate and they can feel it and I posed was this question especially in our in our women's vet. I said how many people walk into a room and you want this feels great. Feels great to be here. I love it but conversely have the other other thing you know juju oh no I don't like it in here. I am leaving right now and a lot of people. Have that win. The House hunting or in John you've performed formed in front of what five presidents think and in front of royalty in various countries and so forth. It doesn't really make that much difference. If you're the president did king or the local trash remover. It's all the same people are the same. Yeah and when it was used to say something about got two kids it's like yes you're unique just like everyone else but I don't WanNa lose sight of the fact that during the programs with all of the tools and and and the things that we've been discussing that it isn't A fun filled evening. It's tremendous there's so many any there's so many laughs but they're special they're special laughs. Well if I may what what really impresses me is of your skills that we've talked about but you're repartee and this is where the old show business comes into effect like me you are a fan an An admirers of those. Who did it so well back? Then and many people don't remember those and I'm talking about everyone from in in the world of mad like a Harry Blackstone June who was just mangled or or any of the old comics or emcees. There's a certain standard that they said set that. I think you try to uphold thing age presence. I love standing on the shoulders of giants. But I'll also tell you There are a couple of other influences that that I have had that it well it's to say it's in my psyche in that is The energy of fundamentalist Louis preachers and professional wrestlers. Kafe from the old school. You would see these fellows going into the armory it without special effects are or anything and you'd see the lady who lived down the block from you think this is the meanest most horrible man in the world and he could convey that kind of thing and elicit that kind of emotion from somebody. WHOA WOW wow? So that's in the back of my head. The a fundamentalist preacher once again played so beautifully by Steve Martin in Oh my God I know the film. You're talking. Guess it'll come to us both in a moment but when he was playing that role Because it's it's charismatic. It's it's it's dynamic A lot of my Problem with newer With entertainment becoming Ming a game show Is that it took years ago. It took a pro to go out there and do it and now it's we're just throwing people out out there and They've not done their time. They've not had the flight time and I'm in so many are incredibly talented. I'm sure but it's the flight time having the things happen The you know the bills the the calluses somewhat. It's it's still cooled to know that. In spite of all the technical advancements in the science proving or disproving everything that there's still wonder and with adults at me kids have that thank goodness sense of wonder frozen to is making eight million dollars a second because kids want to be transport transport at sure what I been in your shows and I'm one of many We want to be not just entertain but amazed and we are not that must be such a kick for you to know that here are adults many of them stressed in many of them you know running businesses and dealing with all kinds of issues and they for a couple of hours have a chance chance to just play in. It's real in its intimate in. It's right in front of them and they're not being asked to do a darn thing right except sit there. That's that's an people will find people who once again we we read people all the time. You've seen the interesting body language on the people at a no everywhere you've spoken in Tho- yeah and then you see as they change and as they unwind and as they They become willing when to play they doing and willing to accept in that to me is the the greatest thing because with you know the crazy world. We're living in now. Isn't it nice to go. You know I really don't know everything about everything and that is cool and if you see something that's astounding astounding. My way of thinking is is not so much. How is that done? But how did that make you feel The whole nothing all of our experience. How did it make you feel so many years? We we met many years ago many years and for so many You it'll late night trips home and everything I would listen to you and how you made people feel and it was a great great thing for me even even on some nights where you know you can run into a little bit of a rough situation all you wear or or or challenging situation. Replace that you just might not want to be and After the fact I remember many types to you and said you know Jordan makes those people feel well I. I don't know your take on this but to me having a platform the one one that I've had and continue to have on having a platform would that much power and my disposal in terms of reaching people Comes with it a certain the responsibility in a certain honor it. It's kind of like caretakers people who care for others And I did that. And we've all DR lives. I approach it as as an honor to be to be given that Task not to be forced to do it but to one so I felt the same same way about that enact I I assume I shouldn't assume but I I will go out on a limb and say you feel honored to be a the guy in the Tuxedo that people Ciller coming to see. Am I right. Yes yells definitely. Yeah it is a it is a huge responsibility..
"stetson" Discussed on On Mic Podcast
"Today's guest is America's most amazing medalist. He's a sought after entertainer and speaker. Who understands the meaning and importance of capturing the mindshare and heart share of audiences he's appeared and performed in in front of several presidents Kings Fortune One thousand organizations and associations worldwide? His name is John Stetson. He's appeared on television networks across the country. Yeah I've known John Stetson for many years. He combines the art of mystery with the Science of psychology and the power of intuition he is one remarkable gentlemen and a very fine friend. John John Stetson. Let's go on Mike so John Let's begin. Why not at the beginning? You talk in your shows about a lineage. Here hear about being part of a family business yes tell us yes well Boston is home and I've been traveling for quite at some time. been on the road for almost forty years Not completely done travelling yet but I certainly want to reduce it and I thought the best thing to do would be to come home. Establish a series of shows and Have the very special place and being at the Omni Parker Harker houses. A wonderful thing from my I remember both of my grandfathers through the neighborhood when I was quite young. which is what what's professionally known? I guess is the downtown crossing area. It's not too far from well. It's on the freedom trail and in various store got a historic hotel for all kinds of res. Yes the The oldest continually running hotel in America. Eliza that's yeah wow yeah and your shows dynamite so much I really but tell me about your grandfather oh well There were One My mom's dad was a rather eccentric and loved and did all of these kinds of things he He passed when I was rather young in my My Dad's father also had the interest and all of these things thanks and was able to ask me the right questions about people. Okay about learning about people because because what I do is fairly easy to explain simply pay attention you certainly do. I pay attention attention to what's going on around me now. Some people consider this whole living in the moment thing is being all birkenstock and Bongo Hippie tree hugging gangster furthest thing from the truth. I mean these are usually a fighter. Pilots are trained to To be in a loop of Observation Shatin Observation in reaction. So I love studying all of these facets in life and by looking at people paying attention to people and more importantly listening to people well how do you define mental ISM. I I mean it's been it's been an art form for a lot of years dating back to the sixteen hundreds of I guess but yeah how do you define well basically I like to just explain slanted as a mental as someone who demonstrates feats of ESP extrasensory perception. If you do not believe in sixth sets a naturally born six cents which I happen to But if not I say please think of your other five cents. Hopefully you believe in those when those five cents are percolating at the same time you're creating a sixth sets that's the way we were built. That's the way we were put together and list. The the reason I ask this at so many programs I'll say how many of you have a difficult time remembering names and you make people and surprising number breath hands Papa. Oh sure and I'll tell you why we're not listening right by the way I keep listening to noises that you must be the busiest man in show business there. Oh that's you I thought I thought your I. I'm sorry well that's an indication that you're in demand. Man of the people are a lot of money. Either that or they now know a reason I I asked for. The definition is because over the centuries and even in the last maybe a hundred and fifty years there have been a lot of Acts that have grown in prominence. The the amazing Crespin most people know that has been on the MERV Griffin show and beyond on. But there's the demand list and the magician. What's the difference? There is a difference there is is there is there is a difference. There are many many techniques that are used by medalists that are not use by a magician. I know many well. There are very few mentos real pure mental list. You'll find it's. There's a little bit of a bandwagon now. A lot of magicians are jumping on to that bandwagon and some of the May And do some wonderful wonderful things as a mental list. I'm using statistics I'm using using suggestion. I'm using auto suggestion. I'm using the tools of a hypnotist. I am using a theatrical Methods in order to do things There it never stops mental as being a mental list is truly a lifestyle any book that I read pertains to my work and it could be any book at all I believe very much in in the concept of a mind shift how we can change our thoughts just very simply well. You're backed up a lot of science in this regard. I mean yet how we feel will how we think is how we feel and we feel is how we We react and act and I I look at it like this people will say there's a split split as there isn't everything these days people will say. Oh I'm a skeptic for example I love skeptics true skeptics seekers of proof in truth I think that's mighty what I don't like are cynics masquerader skeptics We all know these people. So I'm a skeptic and no you're kind of a jerk because their mind is not open their mind is is is is made up. I feel that one Sunday We'll call it say metaphysics and we'll say science I think which is perspective. Let's come back to ESP for sensory perception. Because there isn't a person you're alive who doesn't understand what the concept of say deja Vu is only or the I was thinking about somebody in the phone rang. And it's that person right act but when you're doing your Work on a stage. You're getting very specific of a very specific thoughts and ideas and I'll just use an example of a recent show. My wife is a big Fan. Now where you ask people to think of something anything and then remarkably you're able to say you're thinking thinking of something small something very it's a mouse and the woman falls off her chair which is always fun. I'm not asking you to tell us how you do that but I'm asking you. What's the happening in general to the to the psyche and the human brain when I believe that we are constantly communicating adding things to one another now just getting back for the the what I said about listening? I feel that the big problem we have as a society as we listen. Listen to respond as opposed to listening to comprehend We don't understand what's being said to us because we we don't take the time to comprehend it. Now I'd say something that might sign kind of cryptic. I listened when people speak more importantly I listen when they don't speak and at the same time knowing what questions to ask them Based on their body language the way they will frame a question say should I do something means something completely different different from can I do. So yes yes I see where you're going and and in some cases they're asking for permission and I feel that the majority the of us we have our answers inside everything is The the common thing that we have is fear yours is a very empathetic attic presentation. You love people and one thing about John that you in the audience should know is you never feel you feel as though you're in good hands ends that there's a comfort level. Where did you learn that? Is that just who you are or is that pass down. I I learned that through my life's experience now. I was told that I could not be a dentist. And until I was in my forties or fifties when I was quite young not just by family but by anybody in in the business They said that there was a a a believability factor based on age and face but bottom line is and I know there are exceptions. I've I've met some of these exceptions and and the remarkable people but for the most part when you're twenty two. Do you know everything about everything. But you've not had the life experience to be able to truly be an impact..
Jim Leavelle, lawman at Lee Harvey Oswald's side, dies at 99
"A longtime dallas. Police detective captured in an iconic photo after the assassination of president john f kennedy aside. Jim lavalle was ninety nine years old from member station k. e. r. You're a sawn reports. Lavelle is the detective seen in the photo wearing a light-colored suit and a white stetson hat with a shocked look on his face he he was handcuffed to kennedy's assassin. Lee harvey oswald walking him through police headquarters oswald grimaces as local nightclub owner. Jack ruby shoves a handgun into into oswald's ribs lavelle recalled the shooting in two thousand seven from the show him standing with a pistol in his side until they pull the trigger is just a little over one checkup so you can't do too much in that length of time. Lavelle later worked to debunk conspiracy theories about the case. His daughter told the associated press. Her father died thursday during a visit to
Attractive Young Females May Have Justice Edge
"This is scientific. Americans sixty seconds science. I'm Christopher Dodd Yata eight years ago. The jury in the trial of Casey Anthony announced their verdict as to the charge of first degree murder verdict as to count one. We the jury find the defendant not guilty so say we all anthony had been charged with murdering her two year old daughter but like the murder charge the jury's decision for additional charges of aggravated child abuse and aggravated manslaughter. We're again guilty and that created this huge outcry Christopher Ferguson clinical psychologist at Stetson University in Central Florida not far from where the trial occurred. It was kind of like this narrative that you know she got preferential treatment maybe not on. Purpose but yeah so the jury was more sympathetic to her because she was this pretty young female and that kind of conflicted with people's impression of who a murderer as mock trial studies have. Suggested that attractive people have an edge in the criminal justice system so ferguson and his colleagues looked into that stereotype using data from the National Longitudinal Study of adolescent to adult health. The largest long-term study of people who began participating in the study as is teens the interviewers asked the youths a multitude of questions and also raided the respondents degree of attractiveness a measure. That's been used to examine links to health and wealth in this case Ferguson and his team looked at a subset of nearly eight hundred respondents. And examined the correlation between attractiveness and arrest conviction and sentencing after controlling for things like gender race and socioeconomic status they found that attractiveness did have a protective effect but only for females girls or women who are. are more attractive or less likely to be arrested if they had committed a crime and less likely to be convicted if they were arrested for that crime however it did not have any impact on their sentencing so once they were convicted. Attractiveness conveyed no further benefits the results are in the journal Psychiatry Psychology and law. It's just a correlation of course and there are limitations. The attractiveness ratings were an average of four different interviewers assessments made over a dozen years but beauty as they say is in the eyes of the beholder.
"stetson" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast
"I this time, though, I, I worked on soundscape just putting together blank sound campuses, and then I imposed lyrics onto those so describe for me, what constitutes a blank sound canvas. Well, just a just a, an instrumental piece of music. Okay. Just instrumentals, and then I would think of those as blank canvases on which to project words. And vocals. But I wanted to have those RO canvas to start with. Yeah. This time because I wanted to make sure that I got the sounds right. I never really have the time to work with sound I want to, you know, so that sounds a little bit like scoring movie or something. Yeah. That sort of approach. Yeah. Have you done that before? No. It's something that I wanna do I'm sort of tempered in my desire to do that. Because I know that it's also a different beast and trickily collaborative. Yeah. Exactly. And it's not some, I'm sort of thinking careful what you wish for type thing, but I do fantasize about making a beautiful horror movie score. For example, Colin Stetson has just done the score to the movie hereditary. Oh, yeah. Which I'm too scared to see you shouldn't be. I think it's really good. Actually, a lot of people said they had a problem with the ending. I thought the ending was good. I didn't think it was cliche. But it is certainly something we've seen we've seen similar things before. Yeah, but I quite like the way it ended, and I thought it was quite horrifying. It is disturbing. Yeah. I see. That's the thing. That's my problem. I didn't really want to be disturbed anymore. Yeah. I'm disturbed by enough. Yeah. Well, there's also different types of being disturbed isn't there. I mean fun disturbances. I don't know what it is about that, that I find so exciting..
"stetson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"From Colin Stetson and his ensemble. That is movement to the three movement piece called sorrow a reimagining of Henrik Gretzky's third symphony. That's symphony number three was called symphony of sorrowful songs. And once again is Colin explained to us before this live performance took place. He didn't change any of the notes. He just changed from full orchestra to this hybrid ensemble. That includes a number of really familiar musical names, people that we've heard on new sounds in a number of different settings over the years, Colin Stetson himself, playing the saxophone and the contra bass clarinet, there are two other sax and clarinet players in the band, Matt Bader and Dan Bennett. Megan Stetson Collins sister is the soprano singing the original melodies in the original polish tax of the Gretzky symphony the. String section caliber bronze and Amanda low on violins, Rebecca foon down from Montreal play the cello. The electric guitars played by grey McMurray. And Ryan Ferrara the electron IX provided by Shas, odd smiley, and Justin Walter and Greg FOX behind the drum kit the concert took place at Brookefield place in the winter garden atrium the evening of October thirteenth part of our twenty seventeen. New sounds live concert series. The third movement of the.
"stetson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Sounds from our live concert series at Brookefield place in lower Manhattan, the twenty seventeen series consisted of three concerts. We've heard excerpts from two of them already on the first night. We had Ben Neill performing his piece Manitoba on these full Nima phone says they were known alphabet shaped horns made by the sculptor Carol Szymanski which were on display that whole week at at Brookefield place, really extraordinary looking instruments and then those instruments reappeared on night to when we did a tribute concert to the late. Pauline Oliveros on night. Three. We presented Colin Stetson sorrow his reimagining of Gretzky's third symphony. And because he had a very intricately worked out arrangement for a specific combination of instruments. There was no room in this program. For those those alphabet horns, so what we did was. We used the g the oath are the e the c the K and the I to spell Gretzky, and they were hung over the band as they were performing the piece. It looked. Great sounds great to the the piece like the Gretzky original is in three movements. We've already heard part one will hear part to next once again, Colin Stetson leading this ensemble with his taxes and contra bass clarinet his sister. Megan Stetson is the soprano, and I'll I'll run down the rest of the ensemble for you after we hear movement to of sorrow, Colin Stetson reimagining of Gretzky's symphony number three..
"stetson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Colin Stetson Soro is the name of the peace a reinvention recasting of the symphony of sorrowful songs by the late polish. Composer, Henry Gretzky an unexpected massive hit for that polish composer back in the nineteen nineties. This twenty sixteen version of the piece is for a twelve piece chamber orchestra that includes electric guitars, two of them. Drums, the the drummer Greg FOX from the black metal band liturgy, Colin Stetson sister. Megan doing the original soprano part calling himself playing saxophone, of course, and Sarah newfield from the band. Arcade. Fire playing the violin which by the end of the peace. You know, you're back into the original world of Gretzky with the the sound of the string orchestra. But by the time, you get there you've passed through some very different sound worlds that strikingly are just the notes in the Gretzky symphony. Heck, Colin didn't change any of the music. He just reorder straighted sorrow part three from Colin Stetson a little bit later on in the program another piece for chamber orchestra that goes as I said earlier in the opposite direction. It was rock music. And now is a kind of contemporary classical piece from Greg saunier and his band deer. Hoof will hear the deer hoof? Chamber variations, but in a moment with here, a work from the Slovenian slash Canadian composer Marin Mosa teach and his piece for harp and chamber orchestra which draws on elements of minimalism and more. That's coming up next as we continue. I'm John Shafer. And you're listening to new sounds. Hi, I'm Alison Stewart host of all of it on WNYC on the next all of it on the occasion of Veterans Day. We'll check in with David Phillips who covers veterans and military for the New York Times. Plus, the voice of David. And a book about women forced out of American television and radio during the nineteen fifties red scare don't miss all of it with Alison Stewart, we gave at noon on WNYC..
"stetson" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Powered by trafficcarma page. Carreira? Newsradio nine seventy WFL a cloudy a little cooler tonight, but back into the low nineties tomorrow ninety degrees now at NewsRadio nine seventy WFL. I the supreme court started its new session on Monday. So if capital is confirmed how soon would it be before he takes his place on the high court Louis Borelli at the Stetson university. College of law says pretty quickly the next step sworn in by the chief Justice Roberts. I would imagine that would happen as quickly as possible. And then at that point he is a member of the supreme court after. The vote by the full Senate. That is the last Steph. I'm the swearing in. It ministerial Borelli says the justices may take time to let common review the cases are currently working on over the next couple of weeks to get him up to speed Clearwater. Police are hoping the public can help solve the murder of an elderly couple last week. Please remember, mama dad's your thoughts. Noel Devine recalls. Her mother and step dad Meena and David Swann as adventurous world travelers and kind hearted people but a week ago the couple in their eighties was found shot to death in their home on flushing avenue in Clearwater police chief Daniel slaughter is looking for the public's help in recalling any suspicious activity in that neighborhood, particularly between Thursday and Friday September twenty seventh and twenty eight he says he doesn't believe this was a random crime that the swans were targeted either out of jealousy. Greed revenge, or some other reason it's hard to believe that, you know, a couple in their eighties could fall into one of those categories, but but it has. Before. So we'll figure it out. Sharon parker. Newsradio nine seventy WFL. A.
"stetson" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"If you're wondering where it is you just head on powers to Stetson hills. And we're right off of there. We have banners and all sorts of stuff hung up. I so we'd love for you to come out. And join us we got a full three hour show going on our friends from bud lights are arriving right now actually see him, and they are providing a bluetooth power speaker for us to give away while we are here. So if you come by fill out an entry form in turn it in and then at the end of the show will draw a winner. So love to see out here. Of course, our friends at single barrel are also offering three dollar pints. A both bud and Bud Light. So a wet your whistle while you are here as well. Of course, the Rockies tonight, play the dodgers more on that in just a moment. And of course, there's all sorts of other sports on the television this afternoon and evening. There was even day baseball today. So come on by and see us, come hang out. Of course, we do these Bud Light Broncos bashes to get you ready for the week of football. We officially turned the page. We're not looking back at the raiders anymore. We are looking forward to the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday. And we will try to delve into the issue of the Broncos on the road. And why actually you know, what eleven AM start or just road game in general. I it really comes down to one factor. And we'll discuss whether the Broncos have that factor will also discuss. Broncos with both David Ramsay of the gazette here in about fourteen minutes grant, Mitch of KOA channel five will join us at four twenty. And then our third gas will be appearing in the third hour at five twenty Mark Kanoute sin. Former Rockies.
"stetson" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Plastic dodged some kind of rats on the west side bedbugs uptown what a master data membranes battered all manhattan shake it up should do that charity right cares about happening here eight five five two four two so anyway michael stats stetson cologne will join us at eleven twenty eight twenty pacific he's actually the guy that rides the horse through central park in the snowstorm at christmas the stetson cologne.
"stetson" Discussed on The Golf Podcast
"I would i would bust out stetson before then austat does that smell get them different yeah i would i would go snobby scott maybe go giorgio every once in a while you've and the like that the i toback shinnecock tend to do but look you're going to get conditions this week getting fairways paramus all can pat perez yeah if you miss these fairways you deserve to be in the rough and the rough is you you can lose member darren hills ever the fund we had it aaron hill's mess with the rough and how many people ever really got in it not those fairways were football field right but that was another member remember those guys we said that rory member roy senate earlier in the week last year was the guy remember coming into aaron hill's though we were talking rory like this is going to kill everybody because he hits it foreign straight mr cut and that whole straightening not so much what's it like catting at a major with tiger at the height of his powers and stevie williams bullying you all day you know what stevie williams save me a two stroke penalty really house over all these people talking about steve williams a bully and he's jerk and the skull them and asks yeah i'm gonna say you know he's not and he did not know me he had no clue who i was i was just another stupid cat so how'd you handle that i introduction so the first t again now tiger tiger was kind of the height tiger power yeah but he's saturday no chance of winning we're way back in the pack so he he gives us the cold shoulder just the handshake lucked killer but was your player after that nothing i daniel don't watch swing whatever you do do not watch him swing watch the ball don't watch swing why because if back then if you watched his swing your swing got faster because you were trying to keep up instead of playing your own game that's where everyone messed up why beat them that's done of the ways that the advice so then don't go now an end stevie shake his hand and it's all cordial because you know i got doubt to do too i'm taking care of my guy who at the time was prima donnas well really oh my gosh you have no idea the earn it no.
"stetson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"And the the group calling itself bad bad not good all one word is a pretty good band and they really don't need a lot of extra help but boy do they get it from sax player colin stetson on this piece called confessions part to colin stetson in case you're not familiar with this work is a guy who can do three or more things on the saxophone simultaneously without using tape delay or anything like that so he's got his saxophone all miked up so we can do a kind of percussion thing on the keys and he can sing through the instrument to make it more of a harmonic instrument as opposed to purely melodic one let's hear him and them in action in a piece called confessions part two from bad bad not good then we'll hear the trumpeter christian scott a day agua will here a piece called the reckoning in which his trumpet kind of floats over very modern electronic maybe hip hop influenced production and then we'll wrap up the set with the swedish guitarist torbjorn amal mom who brings in jazz and scandinavian folk music into his records will hear a piece from him called huta i we let the sachs's play in this piece by bad bad not good yeah.
"stetson" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders
"That's the old lbj hat or whatever right the stetson open desert that's exactly right how long have you been wearing the hat well you know there's not a picture mcgraw and some people think this is just lately affected thing that i do but i i there's not a picture of me growing up i don't ever had on a wear hats all the time and always have and my dad was you know semi rancher before he got like serious and had to really make money and go to work and dad's always have these kind of cool closets with all cool dad's and i'd go in there and look at all the stuff at the coolest thing in there was his open road stetson and i couldn't wait till i was old enough to get my own how love we're in texas are you from i'm i grew up in colorado actually in texas is the last place i thought i was going to grow up end up in 'cause people in colorado just don't like texas and their loss i discovered austin and just fell in love with and then ended up there for many many years just sold my house there last week and i'm back to colorado now okay mic where you from detroit michigan really detroit detroit detroit detroit the suburbs but grew up in detroit yeah okay eminem and kid rock he's steals a lot more than i do yeah no no worked michigan a lot came out here for for schwarzenegger i was in dc between and from all i've heard schwarzenegger from folks who knew him was always a much smarter and real life than you would get the impression of on tv he told me a good joke once in the middle of the recall campaign where i we had found all tape of him unlike or griffin or something and he did a david niven impersonation and it wasn't bad i said arnold you you could kind of clean up the accident little if you really wanted to and he said yeah well if i spoke good english people would expect me to act.