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"steve pbs" Discussed on Thug Mills - How Good Is This?
"Suck meals for twenty radio because it's four twenty somewhere of embarrassing but toilet paper over here going on. You can't spare three square Morozov now. I don't have a square to spare. I can't spare square. We're talking about right now invincible. I'll take one social distancing. Daw have good is this. This is great sense that you race is to Miss Jaren. Here they get. Yeah Oh just thought. It was so long since we checked him with what custom growth for twenty jelly was doing. If you couldn't recognize the the the wonderful country he gives to his he's Bonk's anyway twenty everyone one. We missed it by a couple of days. It's the twenty third But you know lazy and welcome to the PODCAST. How good is this? Is this the first time you're listening to this podcast? I'm very sorry allergy shooting up. The numbers are shooting up and so is race. I'll give you back to you in a minute. I'm good how you guys doing. I'm very very I'm tired of the moment because I can tell Steve he's up to something. He sends us a message demanding us. We put it in Stereo sitting from his computer and he keeps looking down these fate. If you brought that fucking portable back this year one show redemption all right or is he just going to do this. Let's start the first segment. Let's get into the pattern cry. She don't want to get into Japan. Alex you want to dig deeper on us. Dave I've got something here and it really is a question of what the fuck is wrong. Here we go yes. My Name's paint and your Chin clubbed to death getting touched by facebook. If you like or text in our four hundred zero three one six seven and going to give a shout my friends Dave. Thanks for getting in touch with you when you mentioned. Pumpkins STEVE PBS. What was it like twelve thirty? Seven Death Death Pete Bramley PBS. And then of course you're just. Sms-ing radio stations asking them to play the Pumpkins shoe. That's the thing I was just like. I'm just GONNA Message Sale. Oh I was just like well we may everyone does play some pumpkins on an old. Stralia and independent. We'd roken Rocha and he's a he's a great show. It's really good and beck on your bullshit stuff. We actually got a message from a listener. And this is this is true. No Shit he said. This is from rob. I can't believe Steve. Claims to hate the pixies but he danced to them so deep so deep Dan. He doesn't hate them. I reckon now. Do you hate the pixies. Oh not one of my favorite bands in for it. What other bands? Yeah you're you're pretty black and white so like you're eighty love something so so would you say you hate the pixies? This is not like the question whether I danced to the pixies. Is that what I think you know? I have happened I tire. Yeah if it was a golden planes. I don't remember ever court transcripts and apparently you. What other bands would you say? You hate? Very parliament's pavement. Yeah that's same thing. Golden Plains is like this is great That's interesting 'cause I'm did you. Did you watch the TV last night? Did you sixty nine minutes Jennifer arm. Richard Call on Giles fully. I'm Tracy Kierra. I'm Liz Hayes. I'm Ellen I'm Tara Brown on I'm I'm not and I am researching the funny one tonight on sixty nine minutes thornberry man thinks he doesn't like the band pavement. The alternative music scene in the nineteen nineties was a diverse melting pot of genres seeing the emergence into the mainstream of what was traditionally thought of as underground with the rise of punk bands such as Nevada and experimental pop indie bands such as blur although music tastes differ between fans. Recent research has proven without a doubt that it is scientifically impossible for thirty eight year. Old White Man who lives in thornberry to not like pavement. Steph squid chips. Whoever has attempted to defy this is adamantly claimed throughout his loft to not like pavement and despite sharing a name even actively disliking Stephen Malcolm and the jukes sixty nine minutes has come across damning evidence that will show you that infect several squid chips does at least have some affection for the band and in this sensational experts. Say we set out to set the record straight for all lovers of ninety s indie music. Meet amy she's a decade-long friend of stem cells and even more importantly a lover of pavement amy. How long have you known steps that twenty years and amy in all this time knowing Steve? Ross how would you describe his relationship with pavement? I really aggressive. We'll anytime I put payment on or even if it were potty or a buy in some plight of tight-knit songs it's something like what is this shit or place in Pumpkins. That sounds incredibly annoying. Yes yes sixty nine minutes is come across. Cici TV footage of what appears to be a modestly disheveled man clearly neighboring added at Melbourne venue. Which will blow the doors open on this investigation? Amy Can you please tell me what you see on the TV video? Save the tires. And that's sterile. Amy You show. Is that drunken homeless man. You see in the video. Definitely Sergeants devils. Yeah for sure. He's lifting arms dancing and smiling. Amy What music is he dancing to anywhere? That's cut your hair by pavement. Even more damning experts from the critically panned documentary. The thuggish do China in which a few frames of footage shared the same vagrant watching Stephen Malcolm us and the jigs performed there pavement cover of Summer Bay from the side of stage. Yeah that's team again. Fucking hell what an asshole and they. You have definitive proof that even for the most hard of smashing Pumpkins fans the lyrics of range. Life Aren't enough to stop you loving pavement next week on sixty nine minutes. The powerpoint does hoarding credit card. Points make you six year or just smarter a shocking reveal. The six minutes has got an infused ever wrote threatening to get back with dodgy. Landlords neighbours hell Steph. Guess which one man without anything. Decipher Yourself Steve. And your defense I I. It was might up at those other evidence. That was actually left out so and we'll gladly. I didn't already did. Tender was wife of next year. I know for a fact. The sixty nine minutes producer was trying a little different avenues to get that footage. We thought it was recorded on an iphone. Maybe you're housemate has apparently the producers washing us for a week. We couldn't locate it. Well let's not bury the lead. Steve You people knew the show Steve We we are for US catch up. My mom was asking about this. Podcast shared to my mom She might be listening and to give her some information they just give us the run up to this look basically Donte recently ordered some split fans but more importantly I Ordered some fleecy track pants and they have arrived. And I'm about to give them the devout on live on the podcast. I'm currently in my disabled old bonds. Hang on this sorry race. It's quite interesting issue. Alive alive opening you live reveal fuck man because honestly the Dougie's firm lines have been going off.
"steve pbs" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Rick Steves PBS TV host travel expert bestselling author of quite a few books including travel is a political act how to leave your baggage behind a good morning or good have you want to be with you Peter first off I hate you because you're one of those guys who managed to develop a career out of something you just love and you get to travel and you get to tell people about it and you get to go places that are amazing and the thing that moved me the most in the book was your original story about when you're fourteen with your parents realizing how much they loved you know looking around and seeing how much other parents love their kids because they were doing whatever they could to expose on to this huge world and to see the differences that are out there yeah I had that sort of your Rico when I was fourteen years old with my mom and dad in a big park in Oslo and they were just letting me right now I was just until I was just a headache for them and they didn't have a lot of money and they were bending over backwards to take me to Europe and the compromising their travel experience so I could have that experience and I looked around that park and it was just started with families with parents letting their kids as much as my parents left me in it it occurred to me this world must be home to billions of equally precious little children of god that are so level you know and for a fourteen year old to have that revelation it was just a beautiful thing and it's it's sort of in a beautiful way been with me ever since as I teach so Americans how to travel well I think that in the fuses your attitude for that I didn't get to travel to later in life because there are some tragedies are monetary things and when I did it's funny you talk about getting out of your comfort zone the best travel I've ever had was when I'm in the city and I just walk up to some cab driver or somebody to drive me around and start talking to them about their country their city their problems and they usually want to engage him they start showing you stuff and taking her places the tourists don't get to see that is so clear to me Peter that people carbonate your travel experience and in my work now if I'm making a TV show or if I'm reading a guide book or leading up to or if I'm not connecting my American travelers with real people not a woman in a third also meets the tour guide at the airport you know in this kind of thing but real people and just have a beer and talk back to that the beauty of travel so sure you're going to see the museums are going to go to the castles but you want to find a way to meet those people and in so many ways the less you spend the more people the more real people you meet because you become part of the party more than part of the economy and then you're just all in this together and and that's just that's the magic of travel and that's one of the themes of my book travel as a political act is it's just great especially in this day and age for Americans to get out there and gain an empathy for the other ninety six percent humanity I mean the rest the world's not going to go away that's for sure and we got to play ball with that and I have found that it the world is just filled with joy and love and good people and the most fearful people in our country are those who who don't get out much you know fear is for people who don't get out much the flip side of years understanding and I thought we gave understanding when we travel it's funny I was just going to go to fear so when you go to another country with a tour group and it's organized making here and launches it at noon and then three o'clock you go to this and you see the cathedral approaching somebody a stranger and say or cab driver the first thing you here's all you're gonna be kidnapped as terrorism like a friend in Mexico City on my gosh how do I know that to the right kind of cab or the guys to be terrorists and take me away and and roll me for all my money how do you navigate that because there's unfounded fear and then there's a level of Hey you got to be smart about certain stuff of course you got to be smart in every time I get ripped off a celebrate consider who they ripped off in a minute learn that lesson and take notes put it in my a book and read it will know what this game is over there there's a lot of scams you're not gonna get mugged third are nice that only happens really in the United States you're going to just get petty purse snatcher pick pocketed and do you know there's a lot of native Americans to get ripped off any of this I I there's shell games these these Russian thugs with their show games in Paris now I can't believe people you know yeah but still there and he winced fifty euros and then the stupid tourist comes in and think they can win fifty euros and and of course they get ripped off that there's just not even and three people on the streets that get they just to encourage that the the scam artists but if you're you know recently on the ball and using common sense I think Europe is from a physical point of view very safe and from a petty crime in the street point of view yeah it's it's kind of sport and you're rich and and they're the street kids had to return the offer are poor and you know you just got to be on the ball but from a from a safety point of view I just feel like it there I just got to get a grip you know this it's safe to travel in the old days when I started travelling Peter people said blown by us now American say have a safe trip and I don't know where this came from but when somebody tells me have a safe trip I really am trying to say we have a say stay at home because where I'm going is safer than where you're staying if you believe in statistics and others are optional these days but there's no question it's safer to leave this country in this country walk on the streets of our great cities the book is it is a trip travels to look like when you talk about Iran because you devoted chapter to Iran and I know that in the the the press materials it says some of the best travel you've had people wouldn't necessarily book these vacations at the top of their list Nicaragua El Salvador Iran and USSR it sounds don so how do you navigate I ran and what's the upside of going to a ram what it said going to read it and like it played a going to Cuba you're learning you're humanizing people who are supposed to be our enemies and your realizing that our governments have some differences and there's certainly some bad things going on but took between governments and so on but individual on the street or just like you and me they've got the same concerns the good sense of humor they've got frustrations with the government but it is challenging for Americans to go to other countries and learn to get out of our comfort zone and you know I'm I'm not saying that Cuba in Iran Palestine and Russia are are you know going to be popular tourist destinations I'm just saying if you want to have transformational experience your travels you bet choices to make you go to Mars alone or you can go to Managua two very different choices the cost about the same there but the same in the area of risk in other words a safe and one will broaden your waistline and the other will broaden your perspective I love going to run and we I went there and made a TV show and people can watch seven public television or on my website aren't online but it was so fun for me to just not good Iran like I'm sixty minutes looking for nuclear of armaments but good running just to understand how those people could vote for a guy like Ahmadinejad and why do women cover their hair and in these issues that confuse Americans and this is a way to humanize that seventy million people and to learn what is their baggage you know we have baggage here in United States that's something I deal with in my travel as a political act book we're just riddled with that are burdened by nine eleven baggage when I was little it was what my parents had depression era baggage we had Japanese and German baggage after World War two we had communist baggage during the Cold War Vietnam baggage now we have nine eleven baggage well Iran's got incursions from the west.