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"steve perkins" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"But there's another place. The Rainbow musical I saw Blondie. I saw Deborah Harry at the Rainbow Music Call in 1979. I'm 22 years old. The hormones are going off the chart, and here's Debbie, Harry and Blondie and I'm gonna tell you something. Cars. Uh, I mean, hey, I'm married. Now. I'm happily married. Got four wonderful kids. But let me tell you, Deborah Harry on the pole at the Rainbow Music Hall. Playing, uh, with Blondie was a mind blower, You know, going back to your point about. It's not just about the concert or the game you go to, but the memories that surrounded the people you were with Went back to my first show at red Rocks and over a year and I was thinking, man, I would love to have a ticket stub from this concert just to remember who I was with when it was, you know, just walking through the parking lot at red rocks and seeing all the people tailgating and hanging out with their friends again. If I had that ticket stub, you know that would trigger that memory every time I saw it. You know what? What I do I have these pictures in my office and I have certain ticket stubs in the side of the frames, you know, because they were really meant a lot to me. January 1st 1978 I laminated two tickets. Broncos Raiders first time the Broncos went to the Super Bowl. I mean, that is something I'll never forget. And I'll never forget who I was with. And and the whole thing. I mean, um, June I want to say June 8th. 1996 Tiger Stadium, fifth inning. I asked the wonderful Linda from Littleton to marry me, and I have that ticket stuff. So it's been just great memories. Let's say hi to Bill Bill. Welcome to the show. How are you, My friend? You're on K away news radio. I'm good cast. Good. They had to be back there, Lou. Well, it's good to be back. How you doing, all right. I'm doing good. My day is going great house in the sky. I love it. I love him. I love these days anyway. What's on your mind, my friend. Well, I've got tickets and I've got 22 different tickets that That, uh, quite frankly, laminated, because they're very special, but I doubt if you know when my kids they're nothing special to my kids. Hope it may not may not. If I go I'm old enough to go. Had I, uh they don't get locked. So, um, I don't know who won was 1968 drives deal was on the mound for L. A And no special game wasn't just anything special. It's just we love going to the Dodgers Games by always kept that because it drives down Yeah, I mean him and co fax. I mean, the 12 punch of the L. A Dodgers. I mean, that's the fact that the Iranian I got I got to see Colfax, but they didn't keep those tickets. Right. Right, right. The other one was John Denver at Red Rocks and in 77. I think what I don't have them with me, so I can't give you exact age, but But the guy you had on I'm glad you had him on. Thank you for having me Rush havens. Yeah, And let me just tell you Russ Havens, and I appreciate the call Bill. Russ Havens has this website ticket stub collection dot com and the reason I was so attracted to this guy. As far as says website And that sort of thing was he had, you know he started because he was a lover of music and sports, and he started collecting these tickets stuff, so he had a love for it, And it's not about selling them and that sort of thing. But It's It's a great website ticket stub collection dot com and you'll go through there and you'll see in the fifties and sixties and seventies, the tremendous artwork that these graphic artist did. It's amazing. It's amazing. And the Pac eight. He has a whole section on the pack. Eight. Uh, football. Those Ticket stubs are incredible Ticket stub collections dot com and I do not get a fee for mentioning him on the air. I mean, I've mentioned him enough. I might get one after this segment. He lives in San Diego. He can't hear me. Although K always in 38 states when the sun goes down, That's why we're the 50,000 Watt Blowtorch billion Littleton. Welcome to the show. Hello. I have a ticket for Jimi Hendrix at Regis College. Holy Cow! 1967. Yes. 1968 February 14 Oh, Valentine's Day Hendricks of Regis on Valentine's down. Oh, no. And the warm up band with soft machine. Oh, wow. And then I saw him again at, uh, they play about red rocks and, uh, 60 September of 68 at Red Rocks, along with With dinner. I fudge up there. Wow! And then the third time My song was at the Denver Pop festival in June of 69, which was the old Well Bear stadium then so so let me ask you, Billy or Bill the Does the ticket stuff have artwork on it. Is it just Hendricks to 14 68? Yeah, just just a day. It's real plain and how much was the ticket? $3.50 How much $3.50 Wow! Do you remember the shell? Well, Absolutely. I remember. We went back to school and I want to rappel high school. I went back and I couldn't hear the next scape the next day because he was so loud. Hey, do you happen to know Steve Perkins? Yes, I do. Yeah, he was a union. He was my brother's age. Yes, I do. He when, uh, with Janet Outweigh. Is that right? Yeah, but anyway, he's from Arapahoe High School. Hold on a second. I got to get to the news. I'm Lou from Littleton. You're listening to K O a news radio..
"steve perkins" Discussed on The Mindless Morning Show
"I have the privilege of working another brilliant guy. Maurice hamilton sm see group and together with our teams. We now take artists only a few of them very slick art netter coming then have the talent to witness in drive and if they're lucky okay. Not that we're any midas touch. The we're humble were trying. We will connect them and they may be like one of the poster child for the next coca-cola posted child or unilever one of these multi-national corporations so we're working with maurice with that We have There is a show that i'm going to be hosting coming out soon later on this year. My dream team earlier today. And it's going to be called soho at night and i'm looking forward to it and the boy. I'm going to have a good time. Are you going to have us on this whole it. It's going to be my family. Has like caprio state dot com. So walk down. So he's old historic all. They're built hundred fifty years ago and everyone have these lawsuit walk into different rooms have different celebrities and different spins on. Could give the whole secret away yet. But it's a very very exciting project. And i'm working with Which great people on out as well. So that's a narrow. I just help co-produce part in a movie that says be coming out soon slayers doing acting myself and also coming out with my own music and i'm very introduced song soon. one of them are working In junk schubert. My buddy talented scott page where i mentioned before original sacks from pink floyd and supertramp todo and wonderful guy. I helped support him. 'cause he's another philanthropist. What is a smart brilliant tech guy in his own right and he course he's he's into an entertainment and a performer. But he did he raise money for the watch conservatory for underprivileged children there for a music in l. a. And help support him. That was. I think january of last year when a wonderful guy. So he's working with attributes on at We'll be coming out soon. But his team and his team thinki- ex pd steve. Perkins kenny olson. His dream team as well but Yeah so i mean i i. I'm trying not to and and again. I know we're talking about this What's important to me. i feel i should mention. This is not so much really about me. Okay i look at myself kind of like a conduit came to try to get this passion now. Sometimes i xe myself. You know waited. All this passionate empathy come from you know because they see other people see. I'm one of those people that you like. I think it's called empathetic. And i can pat where you feel a lot. You know i feel like know. Lost my mom. But i think you know you feel the high suitable lows a lot more and without any drugs. Okay you just feel it. You know you know it just just organically just healthy lifestyle but you know and and and they just wonder you know it people say what rather not be too sensitive because then you open yourself up and you get hurt. But that's the mystery of life. I would rather be this way. You know there is a song that was brought brooks and beautiful song. That talks about is posted. The day he just talks about the journey says if i could go back in i think he was somebody i think somebody died or something maybe his wife to somebody and yet sounds terrible but he says if he could go back again and change like it never meet her so he didn't have to suffer the loss. He says no way he says. Because maybe i'd have to deal with the lowest. But i would have missed love and would have missed the journey when it missed it. And that's what's important for us to will remember. It's all about the journey and it's limited amount of time that we hear make the best of it and what's noble and what what will make a difference is how we react and how we touch each other a and i mean there's there's a.
"steve perkins" Discussed on The Mindless Morning Show
"A foundation could pivot and give different charities. American cancer society is just for cancer. I guys but this could do for this. So when i actually did is we actually did. Three different causes for this for this concert on november. Twenty four raise money for prostate cancer. Re raise money for cove through department of aging in yonkers and wishes county in new york Cova meals on wheels. I think i think it was to bring meals. Call families or underprivileged families are or that were affected and then once one hour of this hour show was co-produced by another talented guy an artist in his own right Andrew cole hashtag. I am no joke for anti bullying. you know. I endeavoured to raise money for that awareness again which fresh. When you're i think about it. Well that's not disease or anything. We'll guess what you'd be surprised how it affects especially children and how they're turn out in oregon even suicide rates. You'd be surprised about that. And between the combination of my wonderful wonderful think tank again. Remember i'm just at mack. Truck symbol in front of the truck with people at some of the people. Like i just mentioned deserve order. Praise and these artists. Okay Because they just doing it for the goodness of their heart We had You know on the show amid a mentioned some people that run the show We had like patrick stewart ozzy and sharon osbourne cedric the entertainer. Tommy james like we know. Tommy james and chandeliers kim sledge from sister sledge and there's a whole list the iraqi kramer. Tommy claxton brian sebastian. I mean i have a whole list. I don't wanna take mickey burns. Whose fantastic talk show host of profiles. Okay good i consider one of my mentors. Howard blong van. Tastic publicist in brilliant. Brilliant man another person definitely up to You know Ken miller Christine laureen landon. I mean list goes on revolution. A screaming rachel sherry nelson tim morris Leon robinson october london. Charlie black april gabrielle. Fred schneider from the b fifty. Two's i love him. I love him And just just so many different people. That steve perkins from my like from jane addiction. You know scott page from pink. Floyd and the list goes on. So you know thing is was really. I was very fortunate. And you know. I'm kind of like kid. You know. I'm still that stuttering kid. Okay inside but you know. I kind of like found the happenstance to turn and energy inside out. Whatever whatever negativity comes around. I mean we all go through trials and tribulations and life is not meant to be perfect right. It's not meant to be not here. I would depending on okay. i don't get into religion. You know the house is so johnny is open to anybody. I call it the house of so. Johnny doesn't matter what you diversity is. What whatever wherever background you're from everyone's wealth as long as you're not here to hurt anybody. And i consider myself having a second inch education on wync guys who is being brought up in like one of the most melting pot in the new york city inside the melting pot like the boogie down bronx of seeing people from all different ethnic backgrounds. Get together and work together to me. A second education and i found myself blessed and gave me another education so to my late dad. I oh my sense of Because anybody that would meet him would say that he was an enough saying this because my dad was fortunate no he came from nothing. You know we had no shh pathway. No shoes were through the depression. Right and You know anybody that would meet him. Say kind things. It doesn't matter what it was where they had something or didn't matter what the had didn't have they would say something kind. So i say to myself i got my sense. Humility and humanity from dad. And i got music from mom and music being the tie that binds. Okay is the complement. Entertainment is common denominator. That i used to tie everything together. And i throw in a slice of philanthropy charity in their. This of course is the place for business. You gotta pay the bills and everything And that's kind of what i did. So i guess. Go over a couple of the projects. I'm in a couple of minutes. I'm just gonna take a breadth. Forgive me for being over. Bo's but i'm trying to get all these things women in my mind. Just come out from. I mean clearly. You're busy man back. Just a bit I think i can speak full-time yet i. We're we're definitely clash clouds or were in our class days. But so i mean that gives us a little hope that you know. We got something to look forward to we. Can we can be the next. Soho johnny here. So but also i mean. It's very humbling because granted you had these opportunities. It's not just take them like you went above and beyond within you excelled in. I mean. I definitely appreciate the whole cancer. Thank my dad. A recently had prostate cancer and he the whole covid thing he had to be in the hospital for awhile completely by himself and that lake crushed me absolutely crush may so. But he's he's doing much better now and so i'm glad about that but yeah And i i appreciate what you guys you and your teams. Don't because that's that's awesome and really also want. Wanna give my condolences to your mother because his stat you either. It's not easy man and i. I don't know how you keep such a positive enemy light glow to you. But i mean you got it you know i. H there's no i'm not reinventing the wheel okay Would i try to do. Is i try to discipline my mind and my emotions to accept that. I'm a human being and a half the love myself not in a narcissistic way not selfish way except myself give myself and if you come from that position in try to say that every time and makes it easier to be humble and noble when you relate to other people and that's charity so charity is not necessarily writing a check okay. Charity visit doesn't matter. If you have nothing. Charity could be as simple as making somebody smile when you walk down the street. I sorta elderly lady the other day and just trying to put her in a better frame of mind cause if we all wake up with the feeling.
"steve perkins" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"27 degrees in Boston and four clock Good afternoon on Madison Rogers. And here's what's happening. Graphic racist threats sent him email to parents and students and the gardener school district. Police say it went out at around five. 1000 people at 1 A.m. today, saying an attack on the school will happen tomorrow. Police are now investigating the source of the message, which also contained extremely graphic images, it was said Via plus portal stocks Come Gardner. Police are checking all the schools in the district and say schools. Our secure will be following this developing story and have any updates here at WBC news radio. The Massachusetts National Guard due to return home this hour. This following the inauguration in Washington, D C W B c Suzanne Saz Ville has more. Some Massachusetts National Guard troops have already arrived back here at the Armory and Melrose. But not many. Mirapaul Obrador has been tweeting about their return, He says busloads of troops are due back between 4 45 and 5 45, depending on traffic, he says the Busses carrying the one 82nd infantry regiment We'll turn down West Wyoming AB, then onto Main Street, where the armory is he's encouraging folks to line up along the route to show their support. That's just what Steve Perkins of Andover's doing. Thank him for this service and what they don't know. It's just rubs real life just as much as anybody else because there are only a part time the God they called one of them whenever they needed. They get up and go. Governor Baker sent 500 troops down to D. C last week to help with security during President Biden's inauguration in Melrose, Suzanne Saz Ville WBZ. Austin's news radio. New accusation against former President Trump and the New York Times report. The article claims the former president discussed moving, removing acting Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen in order to execute a plan to pressure Georgia officials to flip the state's election results. ABC is Alex Boucher has more man who allegedly worked on the plan, according to the Times lawyer, Jeffrey Clarke. Report claims Trump mold over whether to fire the acting a G and replace him with Clark because Rosen refused Trump's requests to use the DOJ to overturn the election. According to the Times, Trump decided against firing Rosen on Lee after top justice officials threatened mass resignations. In the report, Clark says this account is inaccurate. Trump declined to comment. MBT, a cutting down commuter rail service to some areas starting this weekend, the statement from the M B T. A says starting today. Weekend train service on most lines will be cut back service will on Lee be offered on the Providence, Newburyport, Rockport, Framingham, Wooster, Fairmont and Middleborough lines. It's unclear how long the cuts will stay in place. NBC officials say they plan to bring back service as ridership returns. 403 and time for traffic and weather together. The super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes and we go toe. Davidson Droney, Right. Thanks, my son. A little bit of leaving the city right now on the expressway, South bound, still little heavy, massive down in the ponds it again through the split. All that has cleared up. It's gonna take a while to thin out. Expressway. North bound, hit the brakes, Columbia Road to Southampton Street. 95 North bound. Still a little slow getting about their disabled vehicle after Cockney Street and Sharon Route three. That's not moving fine. Up and down the South Shore. Who 24 his okay, top to bottom lower end of 93 1 28 20 minute Ride Brain. Frieda Newton Up north up around 1 28 Cell found still seeing delays from north after 28 reading 1 28 North Bounds. Okay. Waltham to Danvers roots. 3 93 95. They're in good shape to and from New Hampshire. Who one's looking Good Chelsea to Lynnfield. Still quiet out west downtown. Lever down. Grandpa's little slow at the bottom. The Tobins Okay. Stole Dr Westbound. You'll see delays out. The Longfellow Bridge. No issues in all the airport tunnels, the lower deck a 90 three's looking good as well. David's Droney WBC's traffic on the threes and looking at the four day forecast, Windy and cold Tonight, mostly clear, lieutenant. Some suburb 17 in the city. But the real fields near zero sunny tomorrow that wind still around high 31 with the real fields in the single digits and teens Monday mainly sunny not as harsh high 36 up to 34 for Tuesday. Mostly cloudy Right now. It's mainly clear over Boston at 404 27 degrees. Next on Larry King Live, long time television icon Larry King has died. He passed away this morning at the Cedars Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. No cause was officially released, but Larry King had been hospitalized with covert 19 well known for Larry King Live and Larry King. Now he was a host on radio TV and the Internet. For over six decades. It was 87 years old.
"steve perkins" Discussed on The Tattness Podcast
"Just like I got to get you my number you gotta come and hang in Montreal brother like they were doing this and then he turned off to the same thing and Steve Perkins said the same thing and that's got age was the other one from Pink Floyd pink fluid right and to get people coming home. Shows and dude Scott page, could definitely have to do your show. So I was like, yeah, that's fucking crazy. Oh, that's awesome. That's really cool that like, you know, it's weird cool person. I don't see why. One connect with the it's not surprising to me. Oh, you're the sweetest. Honestly, I call it, you know like a like a spiritual connection. Sometimes you just like by with people on this page weird spiritual level on this like, okay, you're you're entwined like this sounds so corny. I know it's like you're like intertwined with like my soul now like you're just such a cool person. We like Vive, you know what I'm saying? Yeah. It's a sweet home. I feel like that. You know, I feel that's legit more so than people saying I know some people think it sounds kind of, you know, corny or whatever but I think it's like legit the deepest bucking you can get with people. I'm not sure I'm very big into psychedelic. So I'm very big into like what's not really seen and like what's like this like, it's weird dude, like when you trip like it opens up your mind and like your heart and your soul so much that yep. To see and feel things that you never really thought could be comprehended, you know saying. I got into streams this year. I loved it. I loved she was my favorite and extremity thought I'd like to grind it up and put it on my pasta and shit. Yeah, I joined it up and I put it in like T and gets you fukkard like within 15 minutes, Yeah. Yeah. I my last shroom trip was a hero Dallas like five grams. I was like, whoa, it was crazy. All right, we're doing this off my God. We gotta do this f f the other person that actually was super badass..
"steve perkins" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Calvin Hill has joined us on Sports Byline USA. You're taking in the first round of the sixty sixty nine draft by the Dallas cowboys were the first player from an Ivy League school to be drafted in the first round and it was a controversial pick and I assume that it was because because they didn't feel that Yale playing the Ivy League played up against the talent of some of the other schools we talked about a little bit earlier yeah according to you know what I what I subsequently learned that they put all the stuff in the computer your test scores and your physical fitness times etc and it and it spun me out and I was like third or fourth you know a- ranked meets three to four and then it was adjusted by by the coaching staff and you know I was there you know when when when the cowboys I think it was the twenty fourth choice I was available and you know it's interesting. I've told this story I had called. It's not like it is today where the draft is is is televised and you know exactly you can watch it on TV or who it on the radio back then you know you it was it was done pretty much obscurity and they were just notified the press excetera and I had called a team mate of mine to tell him that he had been drafted by the New York football giants in the second row and I pretended to be Wellington Mirror and and I could hear him tell his teammates his roommates is the giants and you know I went on and on about how excited we were to have them etc and you know just when I could hear him. No you know loop and everybody nobody was getting excited. I started laughing and told him it was a joke and then I locked my door because he was a pretty big guy and you know and then and I don't know about an hour later I got the call from from from the cowboys and I pretty much thought it was somebody playing the same kind of joke on me and as it turned out you know it was Gillibrand and I think then he put Tex Schramm on the phone and I'm playing alone and then you know they put coach Landry on the phone and it was something unmistakable about his voice I guess I had heard it on TV and and all of a sudden I realized this could be the real deal and it was only when I got a phone call from the sports reporter for for the new haven register that I realized it was a real deal and it was you know it was a shock it was really shocked to me. Calvin you mentioned when we were talking about playing baseball jail that she had no desire to go south of the Mason Dixon Line and last time. I looked Dallas south of the Mason Dixon line. Did you have any hesitation. He shouldn't for those reasons as well that really I mean you know I. I guess I consider Texas as being more west. I didn't realize you know and it is I mean it's much south as it is West but you know in my mind it was more West than anything and I didn't know what you know. I never been west the alleghenies so I wasn't you know necessarily no I had no knowledge or no no preconceived notions of what to expect. I guess when you know when I flew out there two things one I thought I'd see a lot of the cowboy boots and I thought you know Sagebrush and all that and and it was a little different from the APOCRYPHA was a little different than what I expected because you know it didn't look like West Texas. didn't look look like Texas of the movies etcetera and then you know this is only six years after President Kennedy had been assassinated so that was also in my mind this is the place that you know President Kennedy was assassinated and that was still very fresh. and you know it was still fill us very much a shock that that could happen in this country and so those are the things that I was concerned about in terms of moving and then you know obviously you know I was going to a team that had Bob Hayes and Mel Renfro and Don Meredith Etcetera and so that was a little sobering Aubrey. thought that I was going to be playing with these guys that I've seen on television. Let me ask you about the organization and the team because I think most people think back to that period of time if they've read North Dallas forty that they probably got a different impression and Tom Landry. I got to know pretty well over over the years he was a very strict guy was a religious guy as well and I'm just wondering the organization the way it was portrayed in the way it was actually was for a player. You're who played in the organization. What are the pros and cons what were the myths and the realities well? You know it was very corporate. I mean you know I I think you know they elevated. Is it you know to to corporate level and they did things in a very business like you know way. Hey and make decisions very you know I mean in some respects she the way it was portrayed was was was was was very correct. Although although you know I I think you know one of the people that I really you know really came to like and respect and I think he has been portrayed a very wrongly by a lot of people what's Gillibrand Gillibrand was a genius is a genius and personnel personnel genius and that was a very human quality about him. at Tom Landry was brilliant as a as a football coach as XS is in those coach you know I don't know if he was shy but you know he could also he you know he could he could also be very you know sort of cold. TEX TEX SCHRAMM was very business oriented and very tough extremely tough but you know obviously a genius in his own right when you you think in terms of the things that he did you know and helping them make the cowboys America's team cheerleaders the helmets etc era and then we were owned by a Guy Clint Murchison who you know I mean he's like the forgotten man he was the initial owner and he left he left after football people alone. you know hired the best people and let them do their job but I think you know when you look in terms of this whole stadium a phenomenon and boxes etcetera and the way these stadiums financed now he was the first person I've really come up with that concept at Texas Stadium India. Let me take you to January Sixteenth Nineteen seventy-two the site is New Orleans for the Super Bowl and the cowboys pick up their first super bowl victory by beating the dolphins twenty twenty four to three and this was the second Super Bowl for the Dallas cowboys their second appearance and they really had come into that game had they not with a reputation and not being being able to win the big playoff game such as super bowl number five and and the nineteen sixty six and sixty seven. Nfl Championship Games was that a stigma that the team had had the organization had going into that super bowl yeah I I would even say one of the reasons. Danny Dan retired is because you know he you know he he just got ah overwhelmed by by that stigma. You know we always next year's champions. in fact one of the Writers Steve Perkins wrote a book called us with next year's champions and we just could not get over the Hump and so you know I it was it was a relief I think because finally only we had one the big one and you know it was it was a really exciting time. I mean you know to see I mean yeah to see coach to coach Landry who was so instrumental in so many of the innovations of the of the Martin Professional Professional Game Now finally get his due as the winning super bowl coach and you know I played on a team I mean people don't realize what played played Miami and they had I think five or six future pro bowlers hall of Famer on their offense they had you know you know Brian Greasy to hit Paul Warfield Larry's Donka they had learned little I'm trying to think of this center. I think is is in the hall of fame and we you know we stop stop them. They got three points and we dominated that game almost from the beginning and you know it was yes those ten seconds when they start counting down before the final gun goes off and you know as a team that you know uh you are you going to be the winner. Let me let me ask you about a couple of other players just briefly because I do want to talk about the redskins and also Cleveland even here but let me what are your memories of Roger Starbuck and Bob Hayes well. you know Roger Rogers the kind of guy that if he we're after you a job it'd be difficult to sleep because you know he's he would stay up all night. If it had to trying to figure out how to get your job very competitive guy competitive person as anybody I've ever met you know you hear stories about Michael Jordan and you know Roger has that same level of a competitiveness a great team mate you know he was just a sensational teammate and I mean he's he and his family a friend of mine to this day. you know Bob Hayes was just a a freak of nature her I mean he I mean even today when we talk about Him we talk about this is incredible speed and you know the things he was able to do because of that speed sometimes you'd watch him catch a pass and take two or three steps and then he was just explode and you don't think that the film had been spliced Bob was a very easy going guy sort of a happy go lucky guy. you know Roger was much more serious but both of them yeah I mean I I I was very fortunate to to to to to a play on a team with both of them in relative to the fact that I was able to do that after one year in the WFL you come back into into the national football league. He signed as a free agent with the Washington Redskins. Now you have played for coach Tom Landry and now of course you have George Allen as your coach. What what was the dichotomy between the two? What were the similarities between the two Calvin well the similarities that both of them were great defensive coaches? you know a a I mean they. They started out a great defense coach. I think George you know whereas you know. Coach manager was also very involved in the offense leading a multiple offense George one of the very simplistic offense your the thing that really stood out as far as you know George Allen was his understanding of the importance of special teams prior to coming through the redskins special teams but something you.
"steve perkins" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV
"Guy who carved a statue dwight to now is not not a professional artist at all he was not it was the sergeant at arms of the state house and there's a lot of speculation about whether he did all or part of it or who knows yeah we're we're we're we're leaning towards or pretty sure that he did the head and <hes> we have great photographs of him working on that in a shed that used to be behind the state house. Listen our cafeteria is and he employed some of the the young bucks who worked for him at the state house to do the body and the body is made of all of these pieces pieces of ponderosa pine like to four two by sixes that have all been glued together in one big chunk and then like pieces of rebar pounded in there to hold all that together <hes> and then that was carved into kind of a rudimentary body with the real artistry of that statue is in in the head <hes> by this. I you know untrained untrained wood carver who happened to be the sergeant arms at the time and he said you know what i can do this a lot cheaper than hiring somebody to do it vermont away. I guess i'm often ribbed the sergeants at arms since then asking will what have you done. That's useful like dwight vinyl wondering why we had to hire an artist to do a new one yeah well. We'll talk to sergeant miller about the hassle. That'd be fun so you can see the statue. Actually that used to be on top of the dome beginning on the twenty sixth of october the history museum in montpellier so <hes> put that on your schedule steve perkins a director. This historical society is <hes> is our guest and <hes> another key project of the society. Overtime is publications. <hes> you've published pushed a lot of <hes> books that <hes> have brought to our state's history to delight and and the latest one <hes> is very interesting. <hes> it falls up on the conversation conversation. We were happening. We're having with the governor scott <hes> during the last segment on our demographic challenge and <hes> we can attract more people to come and populate in our state <hes> t- tell us about that book yeah so this conversation that we have about you know populating vermont and what's going on with the population aging population relation is something that we've been having you know throughout our history <hes> really since the civil war <hes> on up until up until now and so the the powers the or the community of vermont was having these conversations in the early twentieth century and a local historian local vermont historian impulse arose teaches at northern vermont university wrote a book using some case studies from the early twentieth century about how vermont irma started to address this issue of how do we attract people to our state. How do we get folks to settle in these communities. <hes> how do we stop a young people from leaving the state and in fact get young people to move into the state on these questions or taking place in his book he writes that we're taking place in the nineteen teams teams thanking twenties and into the nineteen thirties and it's a fascinating look at how we as reminders during that time mm-hmm tried to address these questions and you know for better for worse and <hes> and it raises questions of how do we define our own community entity so the book is very specific on these on these areas..
"steve perkins" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV
"Dave. We've had great conversations already you this morning with professor matt dickinson secretary lindsay curly and with governor phil scott and <hes> our forth gifts this morning is steve perkins the director of the vermont historical society the hundred and how many year old organization steve that's been been <hes> <hes> serving our state <hes> <hes> presenting the past educating reminders about our history. It's great to have you on the show. Well thank you very much. I always say almost a two hundred years well. It's close enough for government work but i think i'm sure i'm listeners know the vermont. Historical society is headquartered in berry has a library the museum there and of course the vermont history museum and the pavilion building in downtown montpellier <hes> but of course you have a lot of activities <hes> all across the state as well and <hes> we appreciate <hes> all that you do to to keep reminders touch with our very storied past. I know one thing you're you're working on <hes> so now steve is the installation of the second series statue that during the dome of the the state house in a permanent home. Tell us about that yeah absolutely so you know we all watched with rapt attention. As the crane took the the <hes> i think beloved statue off the top of the state house <hes> last last year and a brand new statue went up gorgeous modern sculpture <hes> <hes> but i think we i was asking well what's going to happen with the statue that came down and we were approached by the state curator's office about about <hes> providing a permanent home for that sculpture which was done in nineteen thirty eight <hes> epa vermont historical society <hes> we of course have off of portions or pieces of the original statue carved by larkin meet way back in eighteen fifty eight <hes> in our collection so it it seemed to make a a really nice display so that we could talk about <hes> that early decoration of the state house and we'll be putting it in the front end vermont history museum so you can you can take a look at it and then you can actually peek out the window or step out onto the porch and and see the current statue <hes> on top of the state house <hes> as it is is right now <hes> but it it hasn't been an easy process to get this statue ready for the exhibition well interestingly <hes> each of the previous two statues as lasted almost exactly eighty years <hes> but i gather that the folks who are of the new one hope that it'll last longer as i write yeah. The artist chris miller has this one is going to last a hundred years so <hes>. I'm not sure i'll be around to test that theory but <hes> we have him on on the record saying that this statue that came down <hes> you know ultimately once it it it came down in a warehouse and under the care of a conservative it it it. It's okay <hes> you know the it was certainly waterlogged. I think with a reading was ninety. Seven ninety eight percent of water water content <hes> when a probe was stuck into it but it hasn't been completely dried out. It's stable now. <hes> there was a bit of loss around the shoulders shoulders and certainly a bit of wash near the bottom of the statue or at attached to the top of the state house <hes> but the the conserved conservatives down or the guy who fix six artwork <hes> down in kuichi. You've done a wonderful job with the head <hes> and that'll be reattached to the body. The part of the bottom of the statue is going to be sliced off of it. It gets rid of some of the rotten pieces allows us to mount it safely and fitted inside the room. Which is the front front room of the historical society museum in pewter. We hope to have that installed kind of mid october. We're planning a big unveiling the last weekend of october the twenty the twenty sixth of that month you can come in and <hes> see the statue inside to see it up close <hes> as well as seeing the tools that that dwight do i now used took to carve the statue and i think jim you knew that the.
"steve perkins" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV
"Jim douglas good morning good morning dana. How do you get a vacation or just yes i do. Oh yeah. I had my vacation a little earlier this summer. It was wonderful. It was a great day. I'm sure it was yeah back. After lunch i radio vermont personnel policies <hes> well great to be with you this morning and <hes> we've got a jammed pack show oh so i wanted to get to it in just a just a moment but let me tell you what's coming up <hes> in our first half hour. We're going to talk with the professor matt dickinson middlebury college. He's a presidential scholar. He's written widely he blogs regularly and <hes> he follows the presidential campaign trail quite closely so that'll be an interesting discussion and <hes> in the second half hour. We're going to talk with lindsay. Curly who's the newly anointed and appointed secretary of commerce and community development <hes> she has been the labor commissioner for the first couple and a half years of governor scott's administration so we'll talk with her about her new beat and then at <hes> after the ten o'clock news. We're going to hear from his excellency himself. Governor scott will be with us in studio to talk about <hes> oh the recent legislative session not to reason i guess but the most most recent season one and his priorities and how things stand with our state and we'll wrap it up with steve perkins in the last half hour. He's the director of the vermont. Historical society heidi is doing a fine job there and a lot of exciting things happening as we study and learn about our past so let's kick it off with the professor mad dickinson. I'm from.
"steve perkins" Discussed on The Cracked Podcast
"And I was like, what? That's baffling. It's just like he's his job was to play a game. It's almost like the scene in arrested development were Tobias is going around being like, heard about that Fugate like it's literally that, but on a national scale. So weird and the internet sort of grooved his approach to it. There's also another person here. His name's Navinder sing surrou- and he's from another article called six random. Nobody's who secretly run the world. He was one person. He was living in his parents house in London, and he was in his early thirties, but he used the internet to spoof trading contracts. He would make it seem as if a train was going to happen, and then it didn't. And he apparently made fifty million dollars doing that. Did he go to jail? I don't exactly know. It's very hard to tell if he went to jail or not, because also financial news is hard to read a very difficult to track. He was taken in by Tom Hanks from catch me if you can assure. Yeah, that's right. Yeah, how but he hasn't. I mean, it's all fake, but he only got caught because one move he did in two thousand ten crashed the Dow Jones by six hundred points. So it didn't crash crash it, but it went down quite a bit and then they were like what's going on? And it was because this one guy did a bunch of fake trades to such an extent. And there's a Bloomberg article about how he also lost the whole fortune just separately through stuff. He invested in and other people scammed him, and it's it's weird to me that I think I was raised thinking that a lot of different people and companies and actual work is what runs the stock market. And in many cases, it's just like bold individuals, random people just deciding I'm the person who gets to wear that shirt into the stock thing. That's there's no qualification. Zero, my ex studied engineering and then you're like, you wanna come be a traitor in. He was like, I know how to build bridges. Could I do this instead? And they were like, yeah, whatever you seem like you look good in that shirt come on over. I didn't even think about it. I am wearing a contrast collar shirt right now, and I didn't think about it in terms of like, I'm coming to talk about the stock market. It's very different from the Michael Douglas shirt. I don't mean to okay, make people listening at home think you're wearing that exact, but I would love for them to think that and suspenders have gray hair just picture Michael Douglas. That's who I am. One of those enormous beige phones with antennas. That's what I'm talking into right now by so by. So they just hang up. I've moved antenna down. Speaking of commodities too, because one thing that I think is maybe not necessarily public knowledge is that there's also a stock market currency market, a commodity market. There's all sorts of different spaces that these things get traded and and with commodities, there was a guy named Steve Perkins and he's in, I wanna cite these people's great crack writing at six people who single-handedly screwed entire Connie's. It's by Robert Evans, Sam Cooper and St. Perkins was an oil trader. So he was trained the commodity of oil, which as many of us now is very valuable and in twenty ten, he went out drinking all weekend. Like the company did a paid trip for them to go drink and party. And then he decided to just keep drinking Monday and Tuesday. When he got back to work, he'll just keep it going because he's a role. And then he ended up buying five hundred twenty million dollars in oil over a one thousand nine period where apparently he was just kind of blacked out and it was up to sixty nine. Percent of the total world trading and oil because apparently and has line of work. You only are supposed to purchase stuff when people ask you to pay for it in, and he just kind of went ahead and did it. And I guess there's no rules or systems or anything. Jerry what year was this? It was twenty ten God. So what happened? They just kind of tried to switch it all back as far as I can. Oh, no. Did he go to jail? There's no Jason. Stake in the economy went to jail, no jails, full of people of color who had one gram of wheat. The end. I think also there is, I mean, a party culture societas with Wall Street to like a masculine sort of like, yeah, party hang out Lee, you know, be be at the office all hours like, I'm sure these people are not healthy is seems like, yeah, yeah. And then they're like bleary eyed and tired and like and like coming down from cocaine and they're like, I don't know what's the world economy that sure. That's who we want in charge. Yes, those guys, I'm thinking of pop culture again, like wolf of Wall Street. Matthew mcconaughey is advising Leonardo Caprio on the uppers downers and masturbation. He used three day right need to do these things to my body to make my brain function to move the entire world economy of job. Okay. Yes. So they can just say, could just switch it back. I for one thing don't know a lot about the economy but researchers best it can, but also I feel like journalism struggles to cover this stuff because I think the the articles we've put together and then also what they're drawing on tends to cover like the mistake or event of it, you know. And I don't know if there's that much follow up on what happens to these people like maybe all of them went to jail. I don't really know. Yeah. Yeah, I wasn't even sure like the Martha Stewart thing, the insider trading. Yeah, I wasn't even. I was like, whoa, what. I guess it's like they are not allowed to give information. I don't. I think if you ask five people on the street, they would have no idea what insider trading is. Yeah, I think they would only know the vibe of it. They would be like, I dunno, she did something shady. Exactly. That's, that's. That's a the vibe is very clear, but that's it. They like snuck some info. Okay. Why? Why is that bad? If you can write in and tell me why insider trading as bad at WWW dot? Why is it bad dot com? Oh, that should be my new podcast is bad, and then I come on until things are bad. Just very as activities that idea. Yeah, I just have people on it. I'm like, hey, so like this idea, why is it bad? Please communism? Yeah, I don't know what's wrong, right, and I don't necessarily think they're good. Oh, sure. I just need to know what my argument is. When I say it's bad. Heart of the job description for handling this stuff. As far as I can tell is you're allowed to mess up some of the time or if mistakes happen. It's an element of how it works because there's also a guy in that same article as Ames, David exe Lee and he was a, he's a mathematician, but also works in the markets. And he came up with a something called the Gosse an Coppula function. Okay. And this was a very complex formula that let people try to predict how debt would work and then sort of place bets on that debt called collateralized debt obligations and long story short. It was a formula that worked absolutely perfectly for letting people make money almost automatically for about five years because they would just bet on whether debts get paid back or not. And someone would always worked all sorts of different kinds. And then eventually these people started using it to bet on housing market debt, and then housing market. What caused the entire great recession that we have lived short? Exactly. I know there's a lot of factors going into something like that. One of them is that this one guy thought of one formula that was so successful at one point, people were saying this guy should win a Nobel prize because he's making so many people wealthy at it, raises them out of poverty or something like that. Okay. And then it suddenly didn't work in the whole economy crash, and it can happen that way because one guy does something that's peeling to a few other people, and I, it's amazing to me that the economy can be in the hands of just a couple of people. It seems crazy. Yes. And also that it's in the hands of like we just trust these dudes. Yeah, we're like, I don't know what is he a guy seems legit like what so so. Okay. So people were betting that this, that this would get paid back? Yeah, a move. It was investors. They could take a set of debts and bundle them into one thing that you can invest in. And this became its own Marquette, and it grew from initially being something that nine hundred twenty billion dollars we're in, which is a lot to sixty two trillion dollars. Oh, which is I think just more money than I've ever seen written down in any way. And so then it was big and then it fell out. Here's the thing is that when people say, oh, we can't do total student loan forgiveness. Where would the money come from? We can't fix Flint's water crisis. Where would the money come from? Do you know where it would come from this shit? Who is holding onto this fence budget is so big. Like two people have all the money in our whole country, and then we go auto know where the money would come from. Okay. I have some ideas. And twenty trillion or whatever. You said a sixty. Two trillion sixty two trillion. One trillion could cover student loan. Do you know any. You know what? I don't understand. What do you even need all that money for to just make more money that was their whole goal. I feel like people on both sides of we don't have the money for that or why don't we have the money for that either way where all just sort of guessing what all the numbers are. Yeah. And the people who say there is enough money to fix it are correct because there is enough if you just look at it at a Broadway, it's billions versus trillions, but we just are like so individualized that we're like, well, that guy who made sixty trillion. He probably did something better than than us. Am I soc socialize? Probably. I'm just like, why does this guy need all of that? I don't know if people understand that all of that is an expression of priorities, like it's all we could prioritize taking care of all those things. Like is it? Is it something where we feel like the way we're prioritizing things now makes the whole thing run and we don't wanna break. It almost feel like people are like that individual imperative and will, and cowboy element is what makes the economy go. So if we blow that up, we'll lose everything. There's this mythology especially around the stock market of like we learned it well or like that. This person did something special, but I don't think they did and it's like, and then we're kept out of it because we're told that even you saying like, I don't understand the writing on it. That's on purpose. That's to keep like certain people like a barrier to entry all financial stuff, financial writing, all like money, blogs, all all of it is is sort of tick. A has like a barrier of entry to keep certain people out because they write in jargon and they don't need to write in that jargon. They just do it in order to like make things more complicated so that like they can keep certain people out out of the out of investing out of the stock market and like intimidate people away from like up, money's hard. I just don't know. I was not even start to learn, then that's why there's no economic mobility. So I think a lot of people have had that feeling. I know I've had it. Yeah, it's, it's really a scary. Yeah, of course. And I, it's, I've made all of this stuff. My fulltime job in, like I said, I still don't know anything. Nothing.
"steve perkins" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Yeah i mean like super like rudimentary base yeah yeah gets kicked when how i play bass yeah so anyway i would just like to say that that was a deal breaker for me and i normally really like watching that because they have actors and actresses they they tell the story of that was weird stuff was very moved and then they go meet the person that they've been the right yeah i know and then the lieutenant dan bad to wrap it up gold beer out of friday bear he's still a minor of course you can do gary cities if your voice blows boss i'm the boss the whole show steve are gonna take a dive it'll take has to really the guys demands tiger woods is plus eight through talking about the size of his johnny i thought we talked about that day let me try he's plus plus mad but that's that's off the record fifty dollars steve perkins stakes are are day one of the us open dustin johnson among the latest at modest keep yours clean pledge a little bit but boy oh boy why that is for dust isn't it.
"steve perkins" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"We've gone through this legislation or not easy part of our job as as public thinkers on this is to explain it for people to make up their own mind but i hope there's continues to be a transparent process in this bill going forward aaron klein brookings institution centre on regulation in markets policy director a second that hope i don't other uh or my gut feeling is that it's not the but it's not going that way but we'll find out i guess uh maybe some of this week while that that concludes our our plan segment appear in we can open up ten we have some time to do some question answers if anybody in the audience wants to ask norbert michelle heritage foundation please have a or other microphone to say your your name and affiliation if you would uh steve perkins i'm an angel in desert but i said a a slightly different question a ably paul would certainly right that we got really consider political reality in this bill and i think one of the things that the democrats are gonna fight against is eliminating the cfpb there's got to be something like the cfpb or they are not going to vote for this in in my opinion so i wonder at o'hare to just certainly recommended eliminating they completely but what else can there be there's got to be some provisions in this bill that will address some of the consumer concerns like echo facts i'm i'm one of those that lost my information in the in the icc facts databreach so i'm concerned about that and two hundred fifty million other people are also so i'm wondering how can that kind of consumer issue be built into this bill will not sent a very good point there's always been uh consumer laws and consumer protection's in.
"steve perkins" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"steve perkins" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Mulligan is the one that passed away yeah well if you have to pick him up oregon for an interview by all chances are okay tyrone just the desert carry here that that would be a great part of thank you tyrone bye bye thank you lord of nato's tyrone jerry in were you will be next backed i don't i have enough time to do your called justice because in about forty five seconds or so we'll be cbs news so you be patient you are on deck mel simon's is sitting in for steve perkins who supposed beyond the promote his wrestling wrestling slash signing autographs aiming which is going to be on august fourth and you said it's what mccoy stadium mccoy stadium in pawtucket yeah all right well tell you work maybe steve will call him but it's already is a halfhour late you wish yeah so i might have to put a step over toehold dumber wealth federal buddy go yeah so you're gonna fill in for the rest of the hour sure hefty took but right now i'm about to take my cbs news break your wbz yes news update congress is poised to pass a sweeping russia sanctions package cbs's bill rehkopf the senate passed the bill that limits the ability of the white house to lift sanctions on russia ninety eight two two last month that legislation got bogged down in the house a deal was reached after weeks of work by majority leader kevin mccarthy and minority whip steny hoyer of old is scheduled for tuesday it's not clear if the president will sign it attorney general jeff sessions is also under the microscope again after russian ambassador sergei kislyak said he discussed the election in meetings with sessions during the campaign according to us intercepts foreign affairs analyst pam falk ultimately kislyak became the centerpiece of the failure of the russia reset with the kremlin hoped to the warmer relations in turned out to be chillier than when he arrived cbs news update i'm steve dorsey it may be hard to believe but people just like you.
"steve perkins" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
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"steve perkins" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"I morgan since you can buy until 330 normally we can live until five this friday and saturday version this is the saturday into sunday version and my guest who it happens from john mccain is supposed to be so i'm hoping it's something that we can deal with in the main reason is he's got to show the promote i think it's the first week of august he's got a autograph signing all of the rustlers we remember from back in the day so i have two options the laura actor have three options blow'd off patiently waiting you've seen this happen before within five or ten minutes the person calls them sorrows like blah blah blah blah blah all those a third option and i know what i'm thinking about jewelry carrie work i will leave i would do some cubits seeing some beckham's phil until roughly the first break were to be in three minutes then during the break i know war will call and he knows who use because he's the one the coordinated me speaking steve perkins so i'll have him feel infamous theve if steve dozen callback because i know israel has the number correct so i will tell you what is coming up morgan show next week our richard the room joe dixie coming in with some of whose park ranger former associates and we're going to be talking about how their overlaps into rosie the riveter from beck new gay i'm not clear but that's what schedule men he and his colleagues who coming to make vexed subject more clear to everybody and the the first saturday in august i will have no simon's on to do the audio clip trivia quiz and my next weekend live until 503 third he will be the weekend of the twelve as of august one guest are you know i have jury beck we'll be talking about animation cartoons would've had him tonight but this is the last night of crummer karn and these out in san diego he's having a discussion about cartoons woman visas gushin's he is scheduled will be the worst cartoons of all time so that's why he's not he with me tonight but he will be here in three weeks so that is something else i either plan and there's a good time to look to know my club schedule of very busy week i will be monday of jacob worth the.