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A highlight from The Mike and Mark Davis Daily Chat -10/24/23
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Fresh update on "stevie" discussed on Bloomberg Business of Sports
"NIL. NIL has just made athletes go pro earlier. Right? And so some of the things that have plagued myself and my peers when it comes to the nature of being a pro athlete, right? Yes, it's a beautiful opportunity. You have an amazing platform. You can change the world with it, but you also have a target on your back. Plus, still there's more fallout in the sports world from the collapse of FTX. Lawsuits are now targeting F1 and Major League Baseball. We'll get more on that up next. But first, it looks like we're to going have a big shakeup in ownership for the Dallas Mavericks. That's right, Mr. Barr. We learned this week that longtime majority owner Mark Cuban, I'm talking $6 .7 billion Mark Cuban, is in talks to sell a majority stake to the Adelson family. What more? On this, we welcome Bloomberg Entertainment editor Balmeri. Chris Chris, thank you, sir, for joining us on the Bloomberg Business Sports. No problem. Thanks for having me. You know, Chris, I forgot, Mark Cuban has been so much the face of the Dallas Mavericks for so long, I forgot that Mark Cuban bought the team from H. Ross Perot back around the early late and that the current valuation is $3 .5 billion. So, you know, that was that was a pretty good investment. Mark. Yeah. Reportedly equal to a one thousand one hundred percent return. Oh, so this was kind of a surprise, Chris. I mean, it feels like it came from out of nowhere. Tell us what we know. Totally out of nowhere. I mean, I saw a filing by Las Vegas Sands. You know, they were selling two billion shares and then buried in there was that they were going to buy a unnamed sports franchise, which, of course, sent us all scrambling. And, you know, first thought it was going to be something in Las Vegas. There's so much activity about NBA team there, potentially Oakland A's So, you know, that was our main focus. But, you know, ultimately figured out it was surprise. Dallas. It was a big Now, there is some context which we reported later that they've in been talks with Cuban. Las Vegas Sands has been trying to get casino gambling legalized in Texas for years. Everybody has huge opposition when it's two bills shot down again earlier this year. So, not happening. But that was the genesis of this, that they basketball were going to arena build a in Dallas, home to the Mavericks, but also would have a casino and a resort. And that's what Sands does. You know, they're famous for the Venetian in Las Vegas, had properties in Singapore and Macau. And so, you know, that's what they wanted to build, this sort of global entertainment destination there. And how it came exactly to this, why Mark Cuban is selling, is still a bit of a misery. He hasn't really commented publicly on it. Very unusual for him, a man who makes a comment all the time. So we're all now trying to figure out what's going on. Chris, you know, in my day job, I run emerging market fixed income research here for Bloomberg Intelligence. also I run our global asset allocation suite. But when I try to explain to my wife anything about finance or tell her how we should invest our money, she doesn't listen to me. But last night when I came home, she told me we had to sell everything. And I'll tell you why. It was because Mark Cuban is selling the Mavericks and because Mark Cuban always picks the top. I'm talking broadcast .com. I'm talking talk to us about what I mean. Do you think he could possibly be ill because he's also leaving Shark at the same time? I mean, what's going on here? Yeah, I, you know, I feel really uneasy speculating. I mean, that's one of the things that came up. That we have heard people say maybe he's getting a divorce. I mean, we, you know, it's just chronicling. We did a piece that there's a sports newsletter about, you know, this is setting itself up to kind of, I think the potential fight because a guy like him doesn't really totally give up and that that sort of signaling from his side seems to be that he's going to still control basketball operations. The the Addison family put out a statement that we're the governor. That means we control the team. You know, you can't you can't have, you know, a majority owner that doesn't have the ability to fire coach the or whatever, you know, it's so I have a feeling that we're just seeing the beginning of what's likely to be a soap opera here. And, you know, when I look back, I mentioned, you know, all the millions of dollars he's been fined over the years for comments, gestures, and seven hundred fifty thousand dollars fine earlier this year for taking the game. I almost wonder I almost wonder if the league didn't give him a push. Interesting. Well, I tell you, you know, Chris, you know, thing the one that, you know, you know, you mentioned it about about, you know, legalizing gambling in Texas and the whole casino play by the buddy, but by Miriam Adelson, you know, my question is this, you know, maybe possibly. the I mean, answer is right in front of us that Mark Cuban just felt there was no way he alone could get that done. I .e. Stevie Cohen here in New York. Right. I .e., you know, with the you know, what the Sands is trying to do out in Long Island. Right. They're trying to get a license there. So, you know, talk to us about the challenges that, you know, I guess any owner of the Mavericks is going to have if they want to, you know, kind of build a casino down there, Hard Rock Sands, whatever you have. Well, there's multiple challenges. One of them is the evolving nature of sports betting and the rules. Now, initially, there's a very handful of people, Gary Gilbert, Gilbert with the Cavaliers and Tillman Fertitta with the Rockets, most notably of casino owners that own sports franchises. And, you know, you can't bet on your own teams. Just accept bets on your own teams. It's very awkward. And that whole regulation of that is evolving. And so that's sort of issue number one. And issue number two is the big work that involves legalizing winning licenses. And this is part of the cost of doing business. If you're a casino company, you hire Army's lobbyists. And chances have been working in New York and Georgia and Texas and Florida, and they're not alone. They all are. MGM, Caesars, and in New York's they're case, vying for three downstate casino licenses. Hard Rock ultimately partnered with Steve Cohen and the Mets. Sans, as you mentioned, has got a copy of the old Nassau Coliseum on Long Island. They hope to develop. There's really only one sort of free license, so a dozen companies fighting over that. Texas, a whole other story.
A highlight from OUTCAST by Gloria Giorno
"Seek and Destroy that has been the theme of discussions of truth now for well I'm in my seventh season here and we started the show on Wynwood radio in Miami 2016 is when I agreed to do the show with them aired the first episode January of 2017 this is Ian Trottier here and today we are going to start talking if you are not familiar with the name Charlotte Iserbit she passed away about a year and a half ago she's a former advisor to the Department of Education under Ronald Reagan her story is very interesting and captivating because she talks about having received a list of these Skull and Bones members via mail that was sent to her father who was a Skull and Bones member at Yale and Anthony Sutton was hot on that trail so two names that you should familiarize yourself with and that is Charlotte Charlotte's work and that is the deliberate dumbing down of America she talks about the invasion of the American education system and that having been formalized under Jimmy Carter back in 1979 Department of Education so she talks about that through her book and then also what I was talking about was Anthony Sutton calling her being hot basically on the trail of dissecting the corruption that is it's really manipulation because Ella Hugh Yale was a major stockholder a main president of the British East Indies trading company that is a Rothschild controlled trading company and the Rothschild funded the American Revolution so I may be off here ladies and gentlemen but if you look at the flag that was flown above the John Paul Jones excuse me the USS Alfred commandeered by John Paul Jones on the Delaware that basically started the American Revolution that flag is basically identical to the British East Indies company flag and then that you trace that and you go back to Cambridge Massachusetts and something called the flag committee which is Continental Congress approved Washington Franklin adopted what became the first flag of the United what became known as the United States and that was the US Grand Union flag which as being designed by Betsy Ross that is the US Grand Union flag which is identical to the British East Indies company flag because that is where the financing came to fund Washington's army and then you ask well wait a second that's English and well yeah this it is English but it's not English because London the city of London is not technically part of England it is its own banking it's sovereign nation a Roman banking colony still in existence these are all facts and you can cross -check them but anyway so seek and destroy corruption that is how I that is that is how I theme my discussions my conversations my talks it's what I do in Trottier with discussions truth today we're gonna talk about the Department of Education rather the state of the education system in the United States so quickly before we bring the guests on we'll be we'll be talking to Gloria Giorno and her son Stevie and getting their view as conservatives what it's been like for Stevie to go through I think it's Belmont University as a conservative so without further ado thanks for tuning in for the podcast on and we're bringing on Gloria and Stevie right now calling Laurie and Stevie this is Ian Trottier for Discussions of Truth Gloria hi nice to meet meet you and welcome to Discussions of Truth I've looked at some of the work that you're you've excellent hi Stevie so thanks for for joining the the the show and please give listeners an introduction to who you are Gloria you can start tell listeners who you are what you what you do and then and then Stevie you can do the same please I try to destroy a young conservative and I also did a nonprofit the name of it is United Women Foundation what we do is mentor employ aid and young conservative women who are in Stevie's situation and we also give out scholarships to conservatives who are not in need of a scholarship but who are conservatives and who are promoting the conservative agenda in their lives thank you Gloria and that's United Women Foundation calm I'll go ahead and put a link to that in the episode Stevie go ahead and introduce yourself for us please well thank you very much for having us on my name is Stevie Giorno and I serve as the chairman of the Tennessee Young Republicans and I am the former student body president at Belmont University where I was attacked by the radical left for being proud of my country and being proud to be an American on the 4th of July in 2020 during the as a mother for protecting your your family and your country I've looked at the website I've looked a little bit about both of you and what's interesting is you have been you've come my way and your stories come my way through a contact there in Florida and your Stevie your story is daughter went through something very similar and in her university classes but Stevie go ahead and tell us a little bit about about what you experienced you were the student body president at Belmont University yet you were attacked for your political views isn't that right picture of myself in front of the White House and I captioned it that I was proud to be an American and I thanked those who had sacrificed and served so that we may have the freedoms and liberties that our forefathers intended for us and within 24 hours my fraternity was blackmailing me threatening to label me a racist and remove me from the fraternity there were hundreds of comments on my Instagram post and there were hundreds of signatures on a change .org petition that sought to remove me as the duly elected student body president even though I was elected unanimously with almost 99 98 % of the vote and so it was really bad that students friends of mine my fraternity brothers wanted to attack me because I was proud to be from this country you know my grandparents escaped from communism in Yugoslavia and my mother lived there for a year so I've heard the first -hand horrors of what happens in a communist country and I fear that our country is headed that way every single day. Now what's interesting is one of the articles that I that I went through briefly was is written by Campus Reform it's published on an online newsletter called Campus Reform and one of the stories that they have today actually talks about glorifying Che you Guevara know this is a this is a socialist figure that that helped with the with the cubist Cuban communist revolution and Fidel Castro you're you're talking about your family having come from communist Yugoslavia are you seeing are you seeing Stevie in in in in your experience on on campus now I don't know what you're doing now maybe you graduated you can bring us up to date with where you at right now but are you seeing some of these same the same signs that that perhaps your mother or your grandparents were talking about that were that were red flags for for communism growing within the country are you seeing that experiencing that I do and I think unfortunately it is getting worse specifically at Belmont University they refused the school is refusing to allow a turning point USA chapter on campus I think it it's it's it's awful it's an infringement on our First Amendment right to freedom of speech and freedom of belief to protest to assemble and so it's really unfortunate what's going on with with colleges and universities I graduated in the spring of 2021 but I have heard of the horror stories happening at private Christian schools so -called Christian schools happening across the country and until students and parents and grandparents begin to see what is happening you know the first step to solving a problem is acknowledging it exists and it's there and it's not going to get better until enough conservative students and parents realize that they need to stop funding the indoctrination machines of universities and change course well it's very brave of you to say that glory I want want to get your your view and and and I want to first first say this I opened this show up before I brought you on with talking about somebody named Charlotte Iserbyt and I'm happy to send you her link to her book it's called the deliberate dumbing down of America what she did was she started dissecting what was happening under the Reagan administration with the attack on the indoctrination that we're seeing fruits of today a few decades later but Gloria did you did you ever expect or suspect that something like this might happen to your son I I he gets into college were there any anything anything happening up to that time where he's now the student body president of Belmont University anything before that that you were that you questioned well you know hey they he might he might need to defend himself or was this a complete surprise to you it was a complete surprise there was absolutely nothing the handbook the literature the online documentation about Belmont University everything fit a conservative Christian agenda there was nothing I mean personally I think it's a bait and switch but there was absolutely nothing I was friends with some of the professors who are conservatives at Belmont or who were conservatives at Belmont and we had spoken for two years before Stevie made the decision to go there and no there was not any kind of indication that anything like this would happen now we would never allowed our son to want to go to a school where he would have been threatened for his beliefs I mean he had been working for Republican candidates since he was 17 years old so it was out in the open it's on his LinkedIn it's public so no I mean we we were told on every tour we were told at every meeting that this was a fully free campus there would be no harassment it was Christian it was conservative and I read the handbook and Stevie followed all the guidelines when these things did start to occur he did follow all the guidelines he followed all the rules he turned everything into administration and they did nothing absolutely nothing and Stevie yeah go ahead to this day they have not responded in any way shape or form nothing and this has been three years now so you have not gotten a formal response from the school administration Stevie you're simply in DC taking a photograph outside the White House expressing your gratitude for the country and the values that it stands for did you ever suspect this type of backlash coming from the because he knew that if he spoke out against them that they would send him to a camp where he'd never be heard from again and really that whole year of 2020 was either you agree with everything we're saying you endorse the BLM organization but we're gonna do everything we can to destroy you and in fact because Tennessee is a single -party consent state that means you can record conversations with only one person knowing I did record those conversations with my fraternity which my mom put into her book and in those conversations my fellow friends my fraternity brothers say if you do not apologize for your post if you do not endorse this group we're gonna do whatever it takes to destroy you and your career and your reputation so it's a more mild form of what happens in communist countries but because these students were not held accountable it is only going to get worse and worse and it did I mean there was one instance where a female student who worked at a fast -food restaurant I would go to for my breakfast in the mornings she admitted in the official College Democrat group text that she was putting quote gross stuff in my drinks every single day because I was a an awful conservative who loved this country and one endorsed the BLM organization and the school guess what the school did when I turned her in what did they do they accepted her into Belmont law school you gotta be kidding me I'm serious 100 % she was rewarded for attacking a political opponent and I think that's dangerous as we see what's going on with President Trump he is being attacked because he's leading in the polls and it's truly unfortunate that we're becoming a banana republic yeah did the did she make you sick with whatever she put in the drinks and we couldn't even get the Nashville police who are unfortunately very short staff due to the liberal City Council and the liberal mayor at the time unfortunately they were they were unable to investigate it because I was perfectly fine thankfully but they said since there was no lasting issues that they refused to investigate and then the school accepted this girl into law school with full knowledge of everything she had done struck so it it shows the systemic problem we're having and imagine if this is happening in a conservative Christian private university in Nashville Tennessee one of the most conservative states imagine what's going on in all 49 other states we don't have the ability to record conversations and to take screenshots of texts and emails and and have such transparency I mean it's terrifying to think what's happening in these other colleges yeah very well said Stevie tell us about that book and tell us about how tell us about how it's been received my husband and I we want to speak out on this we want people to know I need parents and grandparents to know what their children and yes very teen but there still are children what they face and what they are up against when they go away to school we need for parents to fight back we need for parents to take a stand if 40 % of students stopped attending their respective universities you know that the agenda at universities with administration would change so we as conservatives we have that title of being silent majority because usually we are silent well Stevie and I wanted to change that hence the book I use I feel that the book is an educational tool for parents learn from what happened to my son learn from the experience that we've had we went to this university many times it's not far from our home we investigated it we knew people who worked there who taught there and never once did we feel that it was going to be a threat to our son and look what happened so whatever you're seeing I dread to think what's going on at public schools I just dread but I want parents to learn learn read the book you'll see everything is documented in there as my son said fortunately we're able to record and we're able to use everything for information but we need for parents to be more active in their students and their children's educations even when they are at college because they are all indoctrination facilities I did live in a communist country I went to first grade in Zagreb which was then Yugoslavia in 1972 and I can tell you that on my way to school my walk to school every morning I had 1 ,000 US dollars in my backpack I knew if civil unrest broke out at the age of six I knew how to get out of Yugoslavia get into a cab that was waiting for me at the end of the hill and that cab driver would take me to the border of Yugoslavia in Italy where one of my aunts would meet me and my parents would come when they were able I also knew the police officer on the corner he wasn't there for me he wasn't there to make sure that I'd be safe or anybody else he was definitely there to protect the communist regime and Josip Tito who was the dictator at the time and the parallels that I saw with what I experienced living in a communist country and what my son endured at Belmont University it's there if it's clear as day and I want to enlighten everyone who wants to hear from me I want all parents to know this is happening in our country now too we are being silenced and shut down the title of the book folks is outcast how the radical left tried to destroy a young conservative and that is Stevie so Stevie was this a the attack on you was this coming from the BLM movement at Belmont University or in Nashville have you identified the nucleus of where this attack came from okay so let me ask you a broader question we saw during the Trump Tifa uprisings mainly Seattle Portland but obviously across the country Chicago New York but that coincided with this this COVID -19 virus outbreak as a as a university student you've now graduated but Stevie were you were you drawing any parallels to either of these things happening during the Trump administration that seemingly linked to a communist revolt within the country does that making sense were you able to draw any connect any dots Stevie we know from history that it usually doesn't work that way and the government's gonna keep taking more and more of our rights and when you couple that with what is happening what did happen in 2020 with with the riots and people getting away with committing crimes to where if you and I or anyone else who was a conservative did burn down a courthouse like they did in Nashville or protest and kill innocent people in the streets we would go to jail however because they were advancing a political movement that the liberal district attorneys in big cities supported they were let go and they were not punished like they should have been like we would have been so the hypocrisy is terrible I think it does parallel communism to where you know if you remember the black shirts Mussolini's black shirts taking control of the Italian government because they were the advancing political agenda and movement that the powers that be wanted them to they were able to harass and intimidate people into supporting them and I fear that our country is going that way and we need people to stand up now if we're ever hoping to take back our country and get it back on the right track and under control Gloria the book is recently published it looks like it was just published last month and you've got us forward by Sam Sorbo how's the reception of the book been so far what are people saying who have you spoke to about it how is it being received lot Gloria a of media outlets that are reaching out to us I'm being asked to speak almost on a daily basis different organizations different groups Stevie and I have traveled to a lot of different states throughout the country and we will continue to be touring and we are I have started a conversation and parents are now extending that conversation with their friends and that is the goal we need to start with one person talking to another and now the growth has been exponential it's incredible the book is selling very well it's available on Amazon and wherever books are sold but from what I have witnessed and the calls I am getting yes it is and I mean if we as conservatives don't speak up we're gonna be done this is it and if America Falls there is nowhere else to go and our children are being indoctrinated I don't care what level of schooling it's that they're being indoctrinated on every single level and if parents do not set a strong foundation in the household when the child is born and continue that throughout a child's life when they go to college always we will not be America any longer so the book is being well received I do have parents who have reached out to me and who have asked me questions likewise I do have some haters but that's how I know I'm making a difference because the hate is there as well yeah absolutely well said it's like when you went once you're censored you know that you're putting up the correct information on the online right Stevie are you concentrating on any particular campuses as you tour the country you point of a Christian organization and unfortunately they they canceled the meeting that was going to happen at Belmont and so been trying to help the students out there at Belmont but really I think the key thing is getting in front of as many young people as possible who are conservative and letting them know that they're not alone that the hardships they're going through have happened before and they're gonna happen again and we've got to stand up tall for what we believe in and we can't be scared of people saying mean things about us or what people put on social media or what they may say to us we've got to stand up for what we believe in if there's any chance of saving our country thank you very much let me ask you this question Gloria as we as we wind down and then I want to give each of you an opportunity to leave listeners with some final words and thoughts but Gloria as somebody who's lived in a communist country and it sounded like you did at least one year schooling their first grade what's happening right now to the border of your country what's happening down there they believe they have freedom and to an extent they do and I equate it to when I speak I speak to a lot of young people because young people are what United Women Foundation is mostly about and so when I speak I they look at me very oddly when I tell my story but what I have found that works very well is I bring up a lion at a zoo and he's in a zoo he's caged his needs are met he has food he has shelter he has water he has medical attention and it's all for free but he is still in that cage but he is able to roam in that cage correct and then we have the next picture a lion picture lion in Wyoming in Montana anywhere in this country roaming freely that lion bends for himself he finds his own food he finds his own shelter he finds his own water he takes care of himself that lion is independent to me that is the difference that is the bottom line that is the difference between communism and America that is the difference between our constitution is that lion that is roaming free throughout this country and that's what we are right now so that is something that I think resonates with young people and I I believe that putting it in a perspective of a picture like that they are beginning to understand a little bit I hope at least I mean I don't know right now what I'm seeing is a lot of people have said we cannot have an opinion because we have not experienced it which truly breaks my heart my family in Croatia thinks that they are free in effect my family basically is a caged lion yeah incredible and and let me review what is happening right now at the southern border in in the U .S.
Steven Crowder Accuses Candace Owens of Endangering His Children
"So let's talk about Steven Crowder and Candace. So I already gave you the rebuttal, at least the concept of Stevie Crowder. He announced that he was getting a divorce, but one of the things that made me lose 'cause I had a little bit of respect left for Steven Crowder and what made me lose all of the rest of the respect that I had for him is what he said about Candace Owens. I didn't watch the clip so I don't really know if one of these clips articulates what he said in relation to canon zones. I watched the clip earlier, but I don't know if the couch that I got is there, but I'm just gonna give you a synopsis and I'll play the clips. I'm hoping that it encapsulates what I'm saying. He claimed that Candace Owens prematurely exposed to the world that he was getting a divorce. Claiming that her negligence and exposure of his divorce put his kids in danger. I have zero respect for him now. Zero. I mean, I'm in a negative right now. It ain't even zero. It's like negative 15. Why you gotta be so fake? You know Candace ain't got nothing to do with you and your wife getting a divorce and exposing it. Ain't got nothing to do with it. All right, let me play the clip from, I'm gonna go with Candace, clip four. That's it. That's the big scary story. And then went on to my platform and I said, pray for Stephen powder. Honestly, because that's what he needs to need to prayer. And apparently, nobody's answering those prayers right now because he's still acting erratic. He's now upping the ante and suggesting that I extorted him. I will not take that lightly, okay? I am not Hillary clowder. I am not anybody in his family. I am not going to take somebody going on to his platform and alleging that I either harassed, threatened or did anything that would put his children at risk. That is very serious stuff that he is saying. And so what I did this morning after this clip was sent to me is I contacted the defamation lawyer and I am sending Steven Crowder a cease and desist and I'm going to demand a full throated retraction to the idea that Candice Owens threatened him or extorted him and not that I simply did a little math, one plus one equals two. A crazy man doing these sorts of things to his friends, obviously means that something is going on personally.
Rep. Ralph Norman: New Legislation to Protect Females in Sports
"Respect what the fact that she speaking up, she was at a very public harassment by the left, which is something that's getting to be a daily occurrence for those who believe like we do and but I met her twice. What a patriot. She is a patriot. I do understand congressman that she is backing a piece of legislation that you guys are set to vote on. This week that would actually protect women and girls in sports. I want you to tell our listeners about the legislation. Sure, great legislation, House resolution 7, 34 is entitled women and girls in sports act. Basically, Todd is just perhaps prohibit school athletic programs from allowing individuals whose biological sex at birth was male to participate in programs that are four women or girls. It prohibits that. Greg Stevie, who's a great patriot was a sponsor. I'm an original co sponsor. We're up to 93. Now and it's sad we have to do this, but it reestablishes the title 9 integrity by prohibiting anyone who receives federal funds and operates sponsors or if they facilitate athletic programs from allowing males to compete in programs or designate for women or girls. It's common sense, but up in D.C. or across the country sometimes common sense isn't so common. It is
Is the W.E.F. 'Utterly Atheistic'? Larry Taunton Weighs In
"To Larry Taunton. Larry, you are touching on so many important things, right? This globalist agenda, this idea, you said it's assumed that God is not part of the picture. It's a secular view. Their post conversation. I mean, for sure, but I mean, look, the elites have been for decades, but the point is that here they're converging on this place. And what's interesting is when you ask the guy, okay, so you see ethical problems. What do you base that on? Where do you get ethics from? And this is the fundamental question. If you don't believe in the God of the Bible, where are you coming from? And people, what interests me is that people know there's such a thing as right and wrong. They just don't know where they get that from. And they're now willing to probe whether it has any validity. They just will quote that because it's clear. Well, the lord has written his law upon the hearts of men. And my argument for God's existence is not just the design argument, the external argument, but that if you're Stevie Wonder and you can not see a creation, God has not conspired against you because he has written his law up on your heart. That's Romans two 15. That's the argument to the grace effect. That was the whole of my argument with Christopher Hitchens, that let's set aside the design argument. Christopher, you know that God is real. It's why the Bible says that you're a fool to say that there is no God. Says it twice in the psalms. And the reason for that is because it is encoded into you. You have to deny you have to suppress what your whole being is screaming. So it takes someone who is especially smart to construct silly arguments like the string theory and multiverses and this kind of stuff in order to convince themselves that there is no God.
How Did Kari Lake Lose the Arizona Election for Governor?
"All right, let me just say this. Let me get to Carrie leg. Because there was an article that my producers sent me that I think explains what I've been saying about the Kerry Lake situation. Do I think the election had a bunch of issues? Yeah. Yes. Stevie Wonder can see. The Arizona has some issues in the election. Had some issues at the ballot. But I've been saying this all along that I'm not the type of person to jump straight to the cheating is cheating and cheating is cheating. I really do believe that there was nefarious things, but I think that the reason they carry Lake did not win in a landslide was because of Republicans. The Republicans that didn't vote for her. Let me read this article from newsweek. And I think it'll give somewhat of a congruent basis. It's just Carrie Lake lost her bid to become Arizona's governor because she failed to get support from tens of thousands of Republican voters according to a report. An analyst of public voting record in November race found that Democrat Katie Hobbs managed to pick up support from more than 33,000 Republican leaning voters in Maricopa County who begged GOP canyon, candidates and other state elections such as the state treasurer and comparison Lake, a Donald Trump endorsed 2020 election, they call her election deniers, so you know this is a stupid paper in my opinion. Managed to gain only 5900 votes from Democrat leaning voters around 6000 Republican leaning voters also chose not to vote at all. Lake lost her election to Hobbes by 17,000 votes, meaning that 33,000 voters she failed to achieve from Republicans and Arizona's largest county ultimately cost her the election.
"stevie" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast
"It just ends, 'cause the tape ran up. Right? I always can't remember the name of that song, in particular the song. Down down, down, down, down, down, dumb, down, down, down down. The Beatles. It's killing me. I get brain, I get brain farts at the worst time. We don't know what people think I admit that on this show. I'm like, because that's the name of the song. Because, yeah. Like, I'm not gonna sit here and try to prove myself right. I'm gonna get this in people listening in their cars going, all right, through the red light, so I'm just fucking go, just go on with the show. Okay. But it was running and running and running and the producer was trying to get their attention. And so this is kind of an origin type thing to a song, because it's just a nice mellow gem. Planet caravan on paranoid. It's just a real mellow groove, man. Which I always thought was a masterful move on that album. To just drop planet caravan in that fucking insane. It's like a moment of clarity and amongst insanity on that album. But so he finally gets, he's trying to get the drummer's attention. And he gets the bass player and then the bass player gets Stevie ray and they're given the cut. So he gives the drummer the cut and then he just runs it right perfect timing just that last that last strum. Now supposedly he says in there, but I've never heard that. I do one of those buried in there. Sounds, but I did hear the literally the end of the tape was literally coming off the reel when he finished. That last strum and it just drew out. He just dragged it out, and that was it. Enough to tape. Yeah. So, did you see his unplugged the three songs that he did?
Episode 32: Top Five LPs From 2001 ...John's #4
"Years old. it's survivor from destiny's child and i will tell you why because i'm glad you asked. This album has some of the rock to that. Maybe you wouldn't expect me to be as a rock guitarist to be. You know jumping towards this particular album but the title track survivor. Which you've heard on the radio. A lot is a great fine crafted pop song with beyond say and and the team there providing that three part vocal delivery they do so well there was a it was a michael jackson tribute tv show. That came out in two thousand one when destiny's child was kind of a relatively new act and they did a live version of boot delicious. Which with real guitars at three guitar players and drummer and you know porn section. And they of course the beginning of that song has that stevie nicks edge of seventeen a guitar part that they lifted but they played it so raw. Live and i remember watching beyond say looking at michael jackson taunting in nevada to boot. Alicia vol bang right adam. And he's kind of taken aback. Oh beyond say it but it was. It was powerful. And all i can say is. I didn't have the album until i saw that particular cut of that special with destiny's child doing booty leashes and i thought this song pretty rock. It's it's a rock and song. Yes it's a dance song assets movement or whatever you want to say but there's a rock sensibility to it. That made me love the band and of course gone onto become a huge beyond say fan she just an amazing artist in totality. But this shows her some of her rock and best and if you followed her career at all you've seen like when she's done live shows vegas residencies whatever. She has a full band four guitars full. Everything and generally they're mostly female. She hires musicians to back her up on tour. So there's just too much not to like about this record survivor from destiny's child my number full
‘The Metallica Blacklist’ Is an Enormous Tribute to an Enormously Influential Album
"Thirty years ago. In nineteen ninety-one the california heavy metal band metallica released its fifth studio album. The record was simply called metallica but earned the nickname the black album. Thanks to its mostly black. Cover to songs on. The black album. Represented a shift from metallica. They were more accessible melodic than the epic heavy metal shredders. The band was known for and music. Fans aided up the black album debuted at number one on the billboard. Two hundred the records. I single enter. Sandman reached number sixteen on the hot one. Hundred singles chart and over. The last thirty years has become an anthem. Used pump up crowds at sporting events in stadiums. All over the world now. A collection of songs called the metallica blacklist celebrates the thirtieth anniversary of metallica's black album it features stevie bridges my morning jacket kamasi washington and fifty other artists covering tracks from the black album.
"stevie" Discussed on The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan
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"stevie" Discussed on Infinite Rewind
"The ten, ten. That's a ten. I've been sitting here for an hour and waiting to play the whole time. That's appropriate. Appropriate. Wonderful, wonderful. Yeah, so hold on. Let me just, I gotta ask this question though, because what do you said this and I don't know, I don't know. Have we ever discussed this? But who is more talented as a musician than Stevie Wonder? Man, that's a very good question to explore because the best artists aren't necessarily the best musicians. Like, you know, you could point out rappers that are the best artists in their field, but if you hand Nas a flute, he can not play that very well. You know, if you hand, I don't know, Eric Clapton a piano. He's not gonna sound as good as Stevie Wonder on the piano. So that's actually a really good question. Who is a better musician than Stevie Wonder? You can throw anything at Stevie Wonder and he's going to play it. I saw a group of him playing a guitar. He's incredible, man. And it sounds hilarious. He's like a ten second clip, and he's like, that's awesome. Yeah, I don't know, man. I can't answer that. I have no idea. I don't think. And I'm going to keep thinking about it. I might have to obsess about this now. But who's better than Stevie? Just like on pure musicianship and skill. I'm pure talent and skill level. But so if someone who's like a cross instrumentalist, I can multi instrumentalists. I mean, I think that in short count, I would definitely take that into account. Right. Because I can think of like some really obviously like names come to mind that are just amazing at their instrument, but I think but set Stevie apart is just how he's able to play multiple instruments. But also I mean, yeah, like this was like his show the last three albums that we listened to. It was like, Stevie, you had personnel helping him, but he was the band. He was a buck stopped with him. Nobody was telling him what to do. You know, you can get into like so yeah, I guess you'd have to look for like a single music like this prince play,.
"stevie" Discussed on Infinite Rewind
"Yeah, it's interesting role. I didn't get the visual of an actual door opening object until you brought it up. Just do you think that visual of like, okay, there's a key physical key. What is that key to life's door? Like, what is that? That's obviously a very tangible way to look at it. And I hadn't thought about it up until now. But even if you take it that tangibly, man, it really is clear. Each of these song explore how love is going to open the door for you. It's going to show you how to use love as an ingredient in that door opening process. And that can be a pretty simple message, which is interesting because sometimes I actually think Stevie does some very, very nerdy, very difficult technical things with the instrumentation on here. I want to point out one song, even though there's a bunch I could point out. Please do, bro, come on. At the end of summer soft. Let's just talk about that song for a few minutes. So lyrically, he grows, he goes through that song. And he's basically personifying seasons and thinking about seasons and different people. And he's going through all that, and that's beautiful, and that's poetic. And then something happens at the last two minutes that song that I had to listen to it three times to make sure my ears were actually registering what was happening. He changes key signatures four times. And each time each time his tone matches the increase. He's not just singing louder. Like he's actually singing a different key each time and it's like, I feel the pressure. Like I feel him just bursting out. And I thought that was such a flex to change keys once as a flex. Like, listen to the end of, I don't know, Versace on the floor or Beyoncé does it a bunch of times. Changing keys is a really fun thing to do in a song. But to do it four times and to have it sound cohesive, it's just such a flex man. He is truly truly like a gifted genius of a musician. And Libby's point, what makes Stevie Wonder so great for me is that he can do that genius nerd stuff on tracks, but he can also make like very palatable music that that range, you know, to be able to like, you know, talk to college professors, but also hang out with the homies and like go to a bodega and whole foods. Like he's just so flexible with his musical output man. I didn't think it was possible. But I didn't even know that that was something that he was trying to do, because it just seemed like music of my mind. Okay, he's just trying to make R&B fun album. Cool. Like I'm with it talking book, yeah. A funk aren't, but here it's just it's a whole different game, man. It's a whole different game. There's so much to say about this album. I think it's time though. I think it's time to transition into final thoughts. And we can take this in any way that y'all want to. But I'm not going to go first. So I would love it if one of y'all go first and give us your final thoughts. We can start out with final thoughts about Stevie. We can start with final thoughts about his discography that we explored or just final thoughts about the album..
"stevie" Discussed on Infinite Rewind
"In terms of themes for this album, were you all happy with the range that he explored of themes? Do you feel like you wish he escaped the love theme more? Was it too much of the God stuff, like, enough about black people? Like, how did y'all feel about his exploration of themes here? How could Stevie Wonder have done better? Or did he just get it right? And there's nothing more to say about it. And he got it, right? I think that first off the title of the album is beautiful. And bam. Songs in the key of life. And, you know, walking into it, you're already, you know, we're already warm to Stevie. The first couple albums before this. So you kind of feel like did you just walk through? You know, he went from this stage and then he got a little bit more individual. I mean, he was totally individual really with music on the night, but he was exploding as like a solo artist and then it kind of got a little bit more explored. And then with talking book. And then yeah, this was just like it was conscious. It was, you know, a still Stevie with spit and love and love songs and but he's like exploring true human feelings and instincts, and fears and he was very very relatable in a deeper sense, you know, it wasn't like superficial. I didn't think, you know. And you think of the key and the key of key of life, you know, how many notes make up a key, you know, and it's just that you could just be like, once you start wondering about that and key of life, how many know it's make up a key sadness joy fear, you know? Love, you know, it's just you kind of going down this warm rabbit hole of self exploration. You kind of just guide you along. But he's not really holding your hand and pushing you he's not jamming you down there. He's just, you know, swallowing you up, but the music. And the music's just so palate. So like easy. And it wasn't anything really edgy. A couple item conclusion was a little bit on the edge of your jammy rocky side. I was like, didn't know if I was at a fish concert. You know what I mean?.
"stevie" Discussed on Infinite Rewind
"Okay, skipped. I feel like this exercise might have skewed my sensation on this album. Only because we had to I've made myself listen to it enough. Maybe if it was just if I had just taken it back inside, I'm all set. I've listened to this enough. I have my opinion. But I didn't have me coming back, listen wanting more of the same. I actually wanted to just break out and go listen and envisions and check out all the stuff that he had done. I was actually kind of beyond this except for, honestly, man, I could go back and listen to as on repeat. I can listen to him a couple songs up front. I wish sir duke had wicked fun the first I didn't know if I really liked it, but then it really grew on me. So yeah, the criticism, yeah, is it too long? I think it's a longer piece, but it's how you approach it. It's nothing wrong with it for being long. It's loaded with the right stuff. It's very repetitious. It's groovy and it's really tight, it's designed to be like to get into your head. And it's very comfortable. It's. A great, I guess what I'm trying to say. It's a fascinating album. And fear that I might have spent too much time with it. Is it just so much to get through? So do you think do you think let's say suppose we would have. Listened for another week? Do you think that opinion on the album would have been different for you? If you had more time to digest it. And not necessarily because I gathered that you like to listen to it once all the way through. Is that what you like doing? I like to look like I like to do the my initial take. And that's the one where you're like, you know, you go from front to back and then you come across like pastime Paradise and you're like, oh, shit. Wow. I've heard this, right? Coolio. No way. This is a fucking Stevie Wonder song? That is so cool. And you know what I mean? Like those initial surprises are just like, you know, it's just awesome. Like, I've definitely heard this song before. I didn't know this was Stevie and then it's like holy shit, how good is he? Yeah, the first time through was always that is really to just use your first time. Yeah. I guess I'm more so wondering how this album been less songs. Would it have been an easier listen for you as what I'm wondering? No, no. No. I think I just think I had to work for it. And I guess that's just because I had to I wouldn't have made it easier. It was a delightful. It's an awesome.
"stevie" Discussed on Infinite Rewind
"Sales, Grammy, what do you want to do? What do you want to do? I'll take the Grammy, but I'll also take the money too, but I'm sure Stevie had a lot of it. So some pretty remarkable feats going into just the whole creation of this album was ridiculous. Over a hundred artists contribute on here. Stevie's ex-wife makes another appearance her be Hancock, and then a bunch of other people that I'm not super familiar with, but just an incredible lobby. There's a lot of them. There is a lot of them. And this album is considered to be the crescendo culmination, the conclusion of Stevie Wonder's boring. Classic period of Stevie Wonder first album was listening to music on my mind. Then we listened to talking book and now we're listening to the 1976 songs in the key of life. There's so many different places that we can go with this album. And beauty is really in the simplicity. So I want to just start off how did this album make you feel? Did you ask that question though? Because one of the questions that I wrote down is what color is do you guys see? Which I feel can be translated to how it makes you feel. And as far as how it makes me feel, it makes me feel joyous for the most part. I want to make me find the positive and even the negative bullshit that we go through on a day to today basis. You know, this album is a perfect example of that, you know, being someone like Stevie Wonder and, you know, his, you know, obstacles. And still finding the absolute beauty. There's so many beautiful songs on this album, yo. In instrumentation alone, but then the lyrics and the content. There's so many layers of goodness. You know? And yeah, it makes me it makes me feel really fucking good, man. It really does, yeah. The days are better listening to this album and Stevie Wonder in general. A 100%, it was a very warm album. You know, my biggest going all the way back to music of my mind was you know, this sounds a saturated. It seems like it's way too much talking book was much more refined. And then this one just takes talking book and just brings it up like a whole different bar. It just raises the bar. Very, it's explosive, it's exploratory. It's very warm. It made me feel at home. I felt good. I felt yeah, I felt pretty relaxed. Stress free..
Whats the Best Advice You've Ever Received?
"I wonder what the very best piece of advice you've ever received was. Oh that's so easy. I can't believe very asking me that influence now. I really want to know the best advice i've ever received was approximately one point five years ago when an angel from heaven visited me and said stephen life is short. And if you know what's good for you you will ask angela duckworth to make a podcast with it. Most of the questions. That was not the best piece of advice you've ever received. I think it was an angel from heaven. It might actually just been our executive producer. Okay you will have to tell me the second best piece of advice i ever received then. The advice that comes to mind is something that happened. When i was quite young i was maybe eleven. Twelve years old. I grew up in upstate. New york kind of middle of nowhere and our dad had died when i was about ten and so it was rural but people really did look each other. There came to emerge a pattern. Where men who were not my father would contact my mom and say hey. Would you like me to take little stevie out for an adventure of some kind and it was almost always fishing. That's what people did so there was this one guy. His name was bernie dusk quits. He was the barber in the town and bernie took me out on a boat in this lake. One day we were trying to catch you know the big fish and we were getting nothing. We're getting no bites and this went on for like an hour. To and i was bored but i was also very polite and obedience. I didn't say like this sucks. Onboard just sat there kept fishing then it started to rain. Really hard and bernie does quits drove the boat in towards the shore under some trees to be protected from the rain and all the sudden we started catching all these fish. But they're little fish too little to keep. But i was having a blast. Then the sun comes out and bernie dusk quits pulls up anchor and drives right back out into the middle and even though i was kind of quiet and shy and obedient. I said hey what are we doing. This is the best fishing spa ever and he said these are just little fish. We don't wanna keep catching them. It's not really worth the time. Let's go catch real fish so we went back out. We never caught a real fish. We literally sat there for another two hours. Catching nothing but the lesson. I took away after much. Rumination was that sometimes it is really a good idea to go for the big fish to not be satisfied with the little easy target in front of you. Even if you spend a lot of your time pursuing the big goal and it doesn't work out and that's something that i don't know for some reason that day stuck with me long enough that i was able to process it and as an adult think about that all the time. It's one of the reasons. I really fell in love with economics. One of the central tenets of economics is opportunity. Cost right if you spend all your time catching the little fish. You won't have time or developed the technique or the patients to ever catch the big ones. I think it's the best single piece of advice that's ever been sent my way.
"stevie" Discussed on The Dork Forest
"Cuz that guy talk about telling a story and it is an appositive one. It's a sad story. Nobody lives. Slice-of-life taxi Cat's in the Cradle song. Famous. Harry, Chapin songs about people that have been terrible Life Choices. They're always Sumsung. It's just a bad idea. What so we took in an hour so far, there's are their stories you want to tell are there things that you have not told me about anything. You wonder marrying him concerts from I dead. You know, I just there's not necessarily a story, I can think of but I will say that when I have I have dated some relatively uncreated. Although that's probably be unfair. Shout out to All My Exes. May they be blessed and move on but it was German. Thank you next. Thank you next hardcore, but they have you know, when they want to be like home with a, you know, creative gift for me, they'll do they'll find out what my favorite movie is or my favorite whatever and they'll do that. Not one of them. None of all of the dude's I have dated has ever done anything in relation to Stevie Wonder and you can't keep that dude's name out of my mouth. Now granted. I'm not like every day like Stevie Wonder, see if you want. I'm not an insane person. Well, I'm a little insane, but I'm not like that. So how long he's been in the conversation. Yes, and it's it's probably playing in the background a fair amount of time. For sure is most of the time. So hence the wage. They are not subtle Jackie. They are not subtle and no one has ever done anything. And I'm not, you know, I'm not trying to be a brat. Like I'm grateful for every gift I get but like, yes, you can't get me a tee shirt that says I love Stevie. What took you there? Nothing nothing. So I would say like not a story but an energetic requests or anyone. The dates me in the future. Do something clever with my guy before he, you know, shuffles off the Earth. And this Mortal coil is Mortal for your brand. New brought you to the to that show. Yeah, that was incredibly long. Yes. Yes, like someone who gets you and was like, this might blow her mind and see if it does and it and it did it did. Yeah. And it was the same thing about that was that was so lovely is because of where we were seated. There weren't a ton of people around us cuz we were just kind of up so we got to dance the whole time at that concert. And that's, you know, that's my favorite shit off. And so dancing to my future husband whilst he serenaded just me and no one else and told me I love Leah was which oh, you know what? I will tell you this cuz most people don't know this. Another reason. I absolutely love him is because Isn't She Lovely wasn't about, you know, his wife or a girlfriend or whatever..
"stevie" Discussed on The Dork Forest
"Oh, no. I was just going to ask how, how that affected how you became a fan. Like, what's the name? Yeah. Yeah. So it's a great question. I. So I there were a couple of songs where I I think the reason I fell in love with him was because I was so convinced that he was singing to me. Like I was like, oh you wrote the song for me. Like talk about egoic experience with music, but I was like, thank you Stevie like yes, I am. Lovely. Thank you for saying that, you know, like so long after listening to like once in my life is my favorite song of all time of his and then okay, and she lovely Falls right under there and and so those two songs off, because they were so joyful and happy, they I for sure, connected that way. But my dad, my dad's best friend was a black and black, man, and I grew up song A shitload of time and his house and we played with his son all the time and like his son was my first like a live person that I have in contact with crush. And so I attached. He would play jazz music off, wasn't a famous musician for years, older than you rank of your first human person that you like my first non alien, but I was really an issue. And so in his house he wage as a lot but he would also play Stevie Wonder and like all kinds of different Motown artists. Yeah. Yeah. And so when he knew there were songs that I would like like we would be allowed to smoke those particular, Stevie Wonder songs. And so he would work in, you know, other songs that I might be into, he was totally right. And I ended up loving but it was it started from listening to it, you know, on the police channel to having an emotional attachment to it, which I think is often in most of dark denim, you know, if we have some sort of story of change in our life, it you know, the connection that you've That you grew up with, and there's a reason why some people like Star Trek a great deal or a really into horses, you know, there's there's that emotional connection to suck. So. Yeah. And like, and we would call him my dad's..
"stevie" Discussed on Infinite Rewind
"Enjoyable album. And i'm looking forward to listening to stevie for another two weeks And what a difference listening to something. That's enjoyable as opposed to you know are experienced in the last as she was kind of you. Know what in the words of the great philosopher fifty cent good if it wasn't for pain role a great. mc you can see the greatness and all mc's you gotta you gotta tap into the greatness even if it doesn't resonate. I dunno bro. You know there are times that we've picked up in the last couple of weeks. In general you know exploring these different albums that we listened to but men. There's something different about enjoying an album in wanting to re listen to it. We listen to this mommy. I did not want to re listen. To some of the album's we listened to the last couple of weeks and in terms of us being able to deep dive or choosing rephrase in terms of being able to deep dive piece of music. If there's interest behind it my takeaways profound needs you know. And i think you guys can agree. Yeah that's interesting point. I i actually looked as i think back to. Our album reviews to me. My favorite ones are the ones that got the lowest scores from us. Because i think those stores brought up all of our biases in our like limitations with music and it really made the conversation. I guess interesting is Is to soften basic of a word. I think it just forces to have more uncomfortable conversation really explore. We like more. I wouldn't want to do that all the time. But i do appreciate those conversations. Do i like stevie wonder more than iron maiden. that's not even a question. Obviously like it was. It was tough to figure out word. Play iron maiden in my life But i think occasionally you know. It's a is good to explore a little bit and have a bit of uncomfortable adventure because it's jarring man it. It makes you question ally it makes. You wonder ally in so many times you face. Those uncomfortable feelings you just pushed into this is like uncomfortable and deal with this. I don't think it's going to happen for stevie wonder for me and probably for you roll because there's so much rmb in seoul in our in our back room. But i think i'm not shying away i feel like iron maiden opened my mind more than the stevie wonder album doesn't mean i liked it more but like maybe more accepting like there's lovable music that i don't love that is something that i don't i don't exist in that world very frequently disagree with many of your points. I don't i love the. I love exploring a wide range of music. I do but yemen is like. I think we're maybe shifting what our mission statement was. I think initially we were. You know this. Podcast infinite rewind livesey. We hear initially The idea or the mission statement was to find the perfect album right. We're trying to find the perfect. Our so i think choosing again i'm going with exploring the iron maidens of the world but realistically speaking going into it did we think that irony now who's going to be a perfect album. No i don't leave us. Did right so i think maybe yes. I'm cool with exploring different The wide varieties. But if we got change in your statement. I'm cool with it but i don't know about you guys. I'm still trying to find that perfect..
"stevie" Discussed on Infinite Rewind
"Record. Major seven major chords minor chords It was just a very. I don't know i i really I could hear influences from other people. Even you know. Stevie was put the song before ben liz even conceived but a link there just play music with ben search for so long now Down moment You know. I think a lot of people give the song sweet little girl got sacked. I've read that some of these reviews kind of stands out. It's definitely like a bluesy. Like bar romper comes out with the harmonica harmonica and And is different really stands out is different than the rest of the album. It's really really like a fifties diner rock piece I didn't mind but it does kind of stick out but that's it I would say that was a long moment at allies. Can't middle of the row. Did away. But i was fine with it. I have to a one. Hundred percent agree with ballsy. Keep on running was just definitely too long and repetitive over and over again that that's an example of like saturation. That was just so a lot of lot going on there Over and over again. It's like being stuck in the dance floor fair minutes to the same song. I'm gonna stop at minutes three and just go get a drink awfully. It's done by the time. I get back on the floor and it's not a discredit to him. I just you know not everything lands right. Try and make an album with more than one song but yeah at my high overview. That's just gave you a lot there but check every single song. Yeah pretty much. Yeah i i'd say that Keep on rotting definitely low point but the rest of the album's definitely am sorry. I i'm done hogging the ball throw it up in the air. Who wants it passed the rugs on calling eyeso- every clear out clear out Yeah i think the the highlights for me on this album are when stevie is experimenting changing keys Changing tempos and kinda dipping in and out of something a little more lyrical. I think on the on some of the songs here. I feel like. He went more for accessibility with his lyrics than like. Really trying to be poetic. So there's a song in the middle called girl blue or blue girl. i'm forgetting the name of the. Where is girl blue right. Yeah the the versus on. That are very poetic. And the way that they're in like the lyrics are really visual but it's interesting that song kind of has more of a subdued instrumentation is not as dynamic and interesting. So i feel like that is kind of where i hope to see him. Grow as we go through his discography like is he able to have more poetic expressive lyrics while simultaneously like being experimental with instrumentation. One of my favorites is actually happier than the morning. He has a core change where he goes from like. F. seven to a d major is perfect like such a beautiful shift because obviously he's talking about trying to be happy happier than the morning Incredibly ambitious and then that court chains kinda shows that humility moment of him kind of like dipping down a little bit in talking about you. It's hard to do. It's hard to be happy in the morning. But i'm still going to try to do that. And he kind of has this like it's like he's having the instruments in the chord progressions..
"stevie" Discussed on Infinite Rewind
"Because it is different. That's for sure but yeah wonderful jam last night. Y'all that was that was beautiful. Gone fun was a lot of fun. Nice masonite love that. The breeze was fucking perfect. The the sinoe israel there was there was there was one moment. It all happen within like one minute like libby stomped. Tony did like a coup. And i was like. Yeah we are in it. We are as we are not leaving anytime soon in the zone younger honestly like i think i think tony mentioned chico's talking about wanting us to practice the opening like like i. I feel comfortable right now in us practicing once in playing a three hour ag- yeah like we played last night for what two hours eating real no breaks breaks. Dude i hadn't. I hadn't wrapped love heat in like three months and play. The drums was wrapping it. So it's like bro for real right. Shall we trust play. Let's dance with the tarantula. Let's do it so episode. twenty one. I believe twenty one. I love the podcasts infinite rewind. We're getting up there both when one as wild twenty tweet. Yes so this album review. We're reviewing stevie wonder's nineteen seventy two album music of my. Is it music in my mind or online music of mine music of my mind. Yes oh released. A nine hundred seventy two some quick anecdotal facts nerds out there. This is fourteenth studio album. It was released on tamla records which is a subsidy motown records. You know. The world class Record label from fifty sixty seventy and then on. This is the first album of stevie wonder's catalog that he had full control of in terms of the composition. The music the direction of your above top to bottom. He actually tried taking control of this the musical direction of his albums ten years prior released when he was thirty one so for ten years he was like you know nailing and grabbing trying to gain creative control project which you will tap into that a little later the importance of having creative control what you create a mets stevie wonder played a majority of the instruments on this album which is fucking mind-blowing this sars just this one. The first album of the period which a lot of people for it to as stevie wonder's classic period which i'm sure speaks to stevie wonder having the creative controls in four years. He release five. I believe in tam's weird. You know what i mean in in. That's crazy to think about it. Because i'm sure it's like these aren't the only songs or albums that he created in that time period. Three five thousand four years from seventy to seventy six said he. He played every instrument on the out and I think you know the album really speaks to the music of his mind. And i think being a blind man and to how this kind of creative output is mind-boggling. You know it's on more. It's on mozart. Beethoven level i'm Exercises themes of love and in many fashions. Yes so how..
Taliban enter Kabul, await 'peaceful transfer' of power
"Taliban fighters have entered Kabul and seek the unconditional surrender of the central governments the sound is spreading gunshots pierced the air in the streets of Kabul which otherwise remains largely quiets helicopters buzzed overhead some apparently evacuating personnel at the US embassy Kabul residents up to will have like many others is the Taliban could be imposed a brutal rule people worry about the how the bill without a boundary that was before I know it's a little different others like Miriam remains Stevie defiance against any imposition the Taliban would enforce we are not the people you know go back to the dark it up I'm a girl and I don't get a vote anyone acting interior minister Abdul Satar masak while we sold the people their safety security the city is guaranteed and it will not be attacks the agreement for the big city of Kabul is that power will be transferred peacefully an interim administration I'm Karen Thomas
Stevie Nicks Cancels All 2021 Performances Over COVID-19 Concerns
Kennedy Center Announces Next Honorees: Joni Mitchell, Bette Midler, Berry Gordy
"There's a new batch of Kennedy center honorees being rolled out Kennedy center officials are spreading the word that the annual event will be back again this December and this time it'll be just like old pre pandemic times the forty fourth class of honorees will be heavy on the music side this year topping the list of Motown records creator Barry Gordy change the face of the state with a label that created a stable of artists ranging from Marvin Gaye to Diana Ross Stevie wonder's Smokey Robinson and the temptations and four tops also honored Saturday Night Live mastermind Lorne Michaels singer actor Bette Midler and folk legend Joni Mitchell last year ceremony was delayed for months and eventually done under coated nineteen restrictions I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Interview With Steven Bathiche: Microsoft Technical Fellow
"Me today is stevie. British stevia technical fellow at microsoft leads applied sciences group which is an interdisciplinary team of scientists and product engineers. His expertise lies in multidisciplinary approaches to inventing technologies and experiences for windows and devices he's been shipping and inventing new devices interfaces and experiences for twenty years from the original surface table to our present line of tablets and laptops welcome. Stevie thanksgiving is so cool. You do this man. I'm excited giddy. Appreciate the time you're going to spend Spend together and this is just so cool for the company. Yeah i i. it's it's It's exciting for me to like. I always Love opportunities to chat with you. so being able to do this on an tape so that everybody can hear it. I think is Is the pressure recording. So i love to start with you as a kid and how you got interested in science technology because you you ever really broad curiosity and set of interest and i'd love to understand how that started is a great question. Yeah i mean as a kid. We saw worn in lebanon around the middle of civil war and that kind of stuff off and moving every few years different countries and so we moved around a lot as a kid. I lived in libya pakistan Stock on five years jeddah. Saudi arabia queens new york and then finally relented and texas where started going into Know junior high school and then we finally moved to virginia where i went to high school and eventually a college.
Black Widow Movie Review
"Spectacle of the big screen. Variety has also been in great supply recently. We'll get to several new releases this week. Well several being four steven soderbergh's latest the crime drama. No sudden move. That came to hbo. Max last week. Don cheadle the neo del toro and a bunch of other great actors in that one also summer of soul from first time. Director quests love came to theaters into hulu that concert doc about a nineteen sixty nine harlem concert series that featured performances by nina simone stevie wonder sly and the family stone and many more all of those having never been seen since nineteen sixty nine our review of that one could just be a ranking of our top five favorite moments. We might. We might even do that. Josh that would probably get us through the first half hour of the movie. I think we can pick five from that. Yeah you also caught up with zola which stars riley keough a wild road trip tale inspired at least in part by an infamous twitter thread. I can't wait for you to unpack that and more later in the show. But i the is finally back on a big screen near you after a handful of disney plus streaming series phase for kicks off with the scarlett johansson starring feature black widow. Fine an enter. I mean mistakes. A lot of enemies is called signs. Taskmaster he controls the red room. They're manipulated fully conscious but no choices. I should have come back for you. How many others are call. Her black widow call her and natasha. Romanoff scarlett johansson returns as the former kgb assassin turned avenger in the twenty fourth mc feature which is named after her now timeline. Wise black widow takes place in the aftermath of captain america civil war. I think i've got that right. Adam had to confirm it with my daughter who knows more about the than i do. I think that's correct
"stevie" Discussed on H-Hour: A Sniper's Podcast
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"stevie" Discussed on The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan
"It reminded me that not wants to. Jesus run in the bible. You know jesus was walked. His he was at rest. He was relaxed. He was just a peaceful man. And just how. God works too. You know god moves in you and through you when you're at rest so if you're not allowing yourself to be still how can god actually move and help you through your struggles and things like that. So i've had to really learn that. Thought it was powerful. That is true. Jesus never ran. You never see them again from place to place and we can learn from that you know. I feel like a question. Michael that maybe some of the audience some of the fam- have in that that i even have is that you know. How do you get to that place of of freedom to focus. How do you How do you take the steps to get into that head. Space or to create that space in a professional environment where you do have the freedom to because i think a lot of people They have a to do list and they're not quite sure what to do. I you know a friend of mine was in town and he was like. I don't want to go back home. Because when i go back home i. I don't feel good. And i told him. I said you know what i think that is. I think that is something that you know you need to do. That is lingering that you haven't really faced and when you go home you're going to face it again. I said and i felt that same feeling. And so i think there's a there's a something on all of our to do list that we haven't done. There's a path that we need to start walking down but we don't know how and we're kind of scared of that beast. How can we walk into that effectively and gain that freedom. I mean what are a few few steps are suggestions. You could give us your you know. I think that's where we kind of have to remember that. There's there's two approaches to life and this is my simple over simplification of life but there are people who drift through life who are reactive. Who are kind of taking life as it comes. And they're kind of swept up in the current and they're just drifting and years ago guild. I've been married forty one years and after we'd been married about five years we went to hawaii and we went snorkeling because we couldn't afford to do anything else since we bought some snorkeling gear and we went out. We were so captivated by everything that we were seeing They're underwater that we got kind of sidetracked and distracted and unbeknownst to us we got caught in a riptide got pulled way out to sea and suddenly woke up. Pulled our heads out of the water and realized that we were in real trouble and fortunately obviously we made it back. Because i'm here. We go for another thirty years because it was such a frightening experience but it was. It was a great point to me that that nobody ever drifts to a destination they would have chosen. You know when you go through life drifting you wake up. Maybe to a health crisis or a relational crisis or today's crisis with your kids. You know your kids are talking to your there. They end up on drugs or some of the crisis and so nobody ever drifted to destination. They would have chosen. The opposite of that is to begin to design the outcome. You want to get clear on what the destination is. What i want my wife to look like. Actually one of my books. Three books ago is a book called living forward. It's all about creating a life plan and get into vision sort of for that ten to twenty five year look on each of the major domains of your life like what i really want my my marriage to be you know. I have a great marriage today after forty one years five daughters eight grandkids with the ninth. One on the way. But that didn't just happen. You know there. There was a lot of design and intention -ality about that same thing with business. Same thing with health if you like Today at sixty three. I'm in the best i've ever been in. I work out every day. I take care of myself but that it just happened. That took design. And you know. I'm definitely not any smarter than anybody else. Not more talented than anybody else. All i've done is is tried to say. What is the outcome i want. What is the destination. I want to arrive that. And how can i take incremental steps. Today that will lead me toward those outcomes in each of the major domains of life. We'll have you do this when you get into business accelerator. This is one of the first exercises. We do in the first session excited about that. That sounds amazing. Michael thank you so much for joining us in and dropping so much wisdom today here on the good life. We're so excited to start your leadership program. also guys. if you want to check out michael's podcasts led to win. You can find that on apple. Podcast it's excellent. We were just listening to your focus episode that you just there's so many good tidbits in there one of his few books you can also check those out. We've named those a will link them in the description. Michael thank you again for being on what we love to have you back sometime. Thank you both. Can we see when you join the program all right. Enjoy the rest of.
"stevie" Discussed on The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan
"I can also learn from into learn that aspect of freedom that you're talking about that you don't have to give up your weekends and you can still have a good life and be a good business person. So i love that. Steve and to learn more about your program and really dive into that and i love nashville so any excuse to come out there. I'm all for it. I was born in nashville. So let's go that's awesome. Well you guys are gonna love it. And i think that freedom thing is so important because you know it's part of the good life right and i think that that that jesus came to says free you know that's let's start without foundation but i find it so many business owners so many leaders you know they may start a business because they want more freedom because they're tired of working for the man you know and what they find is they wake up that their dream has become a nightmare now said they had the most oppressive unreasonable boss. They've ever worked for which is themselves and they're working all the time and the freedom i'm after and i talk about this the in the very first chapter of of my new book free to focus but i talk about your the freedom to really focus you know. Do you have the freedom to focus. On what god has called you to do or are you so distracted by interruptions and all the things that tend to pull us off mission that you can't focus then the freedom to be fully present. You know what. I i know you guys see this to you. Know where you're out for dinner and you see some couple with their heads in their smartphones. And they're not present with the people they love at all their present somewhere else because technology makes that possible and then i think the freedom to be spontaneous. I i want to be spontaneous enough and not have my schedule so rigid that when one of my eight grand children drop by and by the way they're within all eight of within two miles if they drop by only be able to drop what i'm doing and enjoy their presence and just play with them and then finally just an. I learned this when now our in italy two years ago for a month and that is just the freedom to do nothing at all. And and sometimes the biggest breakthroughs Both relational early and in terms of whatever projects working on happen. When we're not doing much at all in fact science says that we are created breakthroughs. The of the most relaxed which explains why so often you get great ideas in the shower right because you're the most relaxed okay. The only one. I have to say this by the way. I'm not the only one when when i'm working out right. There's there's things that like. Make me feel good. Made me wanna go. The gym one of them is wearing nice clothes. Things that feel good. You know. I feel comfortable in so i to the gym and i feel comfortable. I'm gonna aggressive today. One of those things is your socks because basically your performance is built around your socks. And that's why obama's performing socks are built to be nothing but comfortable and supportive. Jahromi talk about bombs before basically bomba's has created performance socks. That have taken this amazing innovation that make bombs the most comfortable sock you've ever worn and they've added their special heck's tech performance technology. The other thing is to they're very breathable. They're very comfortable. Nobody wants hot sticky especially in texas during the summer. It's hot out here. Y'all the sun is coming down. And i don't want some hot stank feet so i need to refresh my sock. Get the bomba's put the bombers in the sock drawer. Put the bomba's on my feet and go to the gym than feel good. And then i perform better. You know what i mean. You.
"stevie" Discussed on The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan
"Seventy five percent water. Approximately and even a dip when you're dehydrated staying hydrated will boost your thinking speed and your reaction time upwards of thirty percent just staying hydrated so use your five minute break to move get some water and then the third thing i would say is breeze. A lot of people struggle with mental fatigue. Retire when they read this brain fog and part of it is. They're not breathing the berry shallow breath or it's their posture delay bent over and because they're bent over there collapsing their diaphragm. And it's the lower one third of your lungs at absorbs two-thirds of the oxygen and so some people are getting higher because they didn't sleep are because they didn't eat good food is just because they're not getting oxygen so wonderful time when you're taking a break just to get some fresh air. Do some box breathing or alphabrain with off breathing in an oxygen slow because your brain is only two percent of your body mass but requires twenty percent of the nutrients and twenty percent of the oxygen. And so working at twenty five thirty minute intervals. It's great and i kinda answers are the next question that we had for you. Which and if there's anything you want to add to this because san used to joke with says after you came on our last episode she'd be like you know in the first thing in the morning we got really hard on her morning routine so it always tell her first thing. In the morning. I was like going out for a walk in the park with the trees. I was like i'm getting in a child like state i was like. I'm hanging out with nature house. Like when i get back i'm gonna crush it But somebody asked to. Also how do you make learning more enjoyable. And and i believe a lot of what you just said actually makes learning more enjoyable. I know it. It does for me or anything else. You want to add just a couple quick tips. One of the reasons. Like i don't love playing golf because i'm not good at it and not but my father's as my brother plays and i'll do it but i'm not really great at it and so i don't really love doing and one of the reasons why people told him love learning is just because they haven't learned how to learn and when in psychology they have something called the competence confidence. Sloop when you become more competent in that something you get more confident and it become more fun and then visual kontinen had you do it more often which increases your competence which increases your confidence and fun right and so things is to just learn how to learn. You know. listen to nepal podcast on this book treats it but i think you add The only thing besides learning the techniques and the methods going back to the framework upgrade your methods allow more fun bigger good at it and we need joint doing things we're good at is also changing our mindset about the activity itself. You know some people. It's kind of a downer because of their perspective. And i think that an other lies i talk about besides intelligence is fixed and genius is born not you know the genes up born. It's actually built. Is that mistakes or bad or x. Other people's opinions you know count. Some people are afraid of making mistakes because certain you're afraid of looking bad but you know this as parents that a child fall down infant and amounted times hundreds of times but they still get up. They never say okay. I'm not going to learn how to walk. You know because they're not afraid of making those mistakes and some people are afraid of making mistakes when they learn about other people's expectations. Mimi put back and reinforcing that botox so the question i would ask for your mindset. Helped is asking more dominant question that we talked about like in in a previous episode is like how can i make this more enjoyable just like when i mentioned to you guys in the past that don't with will smith and i teach monday Speed read actors at a memorizer scripts is dominant question which i think people a process in the book is how do i make this moment even more magical and then all the sudden around said it's cold it's toronto it's two. Am in the morning. and he's bringing people blankets. He's making coffee and hot chocolate. He's cracking jokes and telling stories. But he's living his dominant question and And so what are the question you're bringing into your learning. That makes it not fun. You know ask them. How can i enjoy this be playful because children learn so fast because they they're willing to play and they're willing to make mistakes and they're willing to bring the joy and bring the fun into part of it is also our mindset the state that were in when we're learning something and just remember that we have control over it and we always make the choice act in this life is the see between being d choice of our mindset. We ever choice winner. Talk choice of our focus wheeler choice in terms of what we put in our body. Maybe twice a woman go to sleep. We ever choice to break things down. Muslims subsequent choice where we're going to do and so on learning as learning as fun and learning is fluid and make your mistakes atmel and and enjoy the process scrutinized and that was jess in this. Last question is from lupe and lupe wants to know how he can improve. His speech says he has a hard time explaining a clear clear. Concise manner okay. So communication is so very important especially now more than ever. We mentioned how you know. Jobs are going the machines and one might makes us. Human is our ability to create -bility to solve problems and our ability to communicate those things. You know clarity. His power in a in a and i realized that when i was so used to making videos or talking on stage recording audio for our podcast is when you're writing not yet to be extra clear is you can't use your facial expressions you can't use you know your tonality all the different ways that we communicate and for me my goal when i teach is i want to make things as simple as possible and i think anybody can make things more complex and we tend to over think things and i think thinking is good but i think over thinking is not good overthinking in wanting everything to perfect it stall progress you know instantly and that's really all goal is to make progress not to make it perfect and coming from that point of view. My goal is working backwards. You know begin. Mice would be begin with the end in mind. What do you want that person to think after you communicate with them. What do you want them to feel after you communicate tom. What do you want them to do like three simple questions to give you clarity in your communication so instead of just going in and iran's stream-of-consciousness or just you know kind of getting caught up on certain words or backward what's the result that you want the same way. I designed my day. I think about like when i come home. You know like. How's your day. And i want i say wow i crushed. Today was amazing and i. Oh what had to happen that day. In order for me to celebrate you know to have this champagne moment. It's very clear in sports. My friend clay bear talks about this like in sports. You know when you should.
"stevie" Discussed on The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan
"Back on the show with us. You all know him. Mr jim quick. Jim how're you doing doing fantastic john so glad to be here with you both. I hope everyone is listening. Is is doing well. And we're we're safe and everything else that you need. So i'm looking forward to this conversation. Yeah we we have to last time. Had you in studio obviously with everything going on. We're not seeing your face in studio but last time you blew all of our minds. The power of patterns was the episode fam- and so many people were re listening to episode. One of our most listened to episodes but today family are talking specifically jim about your new book. Limitless upgrade your brain. Learn anything faster and unlock your exceptional life. Okay there is there is. There is so much that we've got to cover today and jim. I'm going to let you riff and we're going to get into your new book and all the things that you were uncovering here. But i i wanna go back to something because we are still in quarantine. I remember last time something that you did. That really caught the attention of saz. And i was your morning routine. You're you're exceptional morning routine right. During corona virus. So many people. I think have been thrown off their routines so i just wanted to ask you really quickly Are you doing anything differently in your morning routine. Have you changed anything up. Have you done anything different to keep yourself taking cold showers..
Olivia Rodrigo’s ‘Sour’ Scores the Biggest Debut of the Year
"A livia. Rodriguez debut album. Sour captures a sweet week. I've been avenues in that first and last week and a half. I know. I'm sure everyone is very tired. captures a sweet week as it debuts at number one on the billboard two hundred chart with two hundred ninety five thousand equivalent album units earned in the us in the week may twenty seventh according to an rc data while katie is holding up. A box of libya rodrigo. Sour patch is that. Is there an album inside. There are no. It's literally just our patch kids. Wow opened it yet. Wow is was that just at the grocery store. No they actually did pop-ups in new york and la in la. She did like a car wash. Did you see pictures from that. Took over a car wash. no no no. They were not keith. they were they. Were i think doing this hour patch kids and they changed the sign edge of the car wash till like sour. Our car wash sue and olivia went there even. Wow yeah Well with that two hundred ninety five thousand units. It's actually surpasses the previous biggest week When taylor swift's fearless debuted at number one with two hundred ninety one thousand units on the april twenty fourth chart. So if if. I didn't actually impressed that upon you yet. Olivia rodriguez has the biggest week of the year for an album with sour sour. Also nabs the largest week for an axe debut charting album on the billboard. Two hundred since. The chart transitioned from an album sales. Only ranking to a units based fancy consumption chart back in december of twenty fourteen. I'd actually beats cardi b.'s. Debut sat and i billboard two hundred entry invasion of privacy which opened at number one on april twenty first two thousand eighteen chart with two hundred and fifty five thousand units
Hat-Trick Fires Man City to Victory
"Let's start in the premier league. Just the one match on friday but a pretty good one at that at least dramatic manchester city four three winners over newcastle actually had to come from behind twice did city and thanks to a federal authorities. Hat trick they will pick up the three points. What does it mean for. The table will not much manchester city. Already clinching the title. Thanks to manchester united defeat earlier this week. Third manchester city premier league title under pet. Why are the orla. Joining us for more craig. Burley and nato new. Oh we'll hear from them in just a little bit. But stevie i'll start with you. A seven goal thriller. Probably not what we expected from this game pretty good. You didn't expect goals. I didn't expect four three now. No i expect goals. This is a game. That really didn't mean an awful lot to either saying god. The talking about the game between the champions league final could be a chance for some day. A player themselves in i mean. Do you really think fell torres with three. Goals has pleaded these. We the jumping sleek start out late. I don't think so. I thought that was going to be goes in a unusual. I thought they were going to score. I didn't think they were going to lose three at the end of the day. The good game to watch but Really you know law the native eight changes for manchester city from the eleven that we saw in that second leg against psg in the champions league semi-final. It tells you kind of what. I was thinking about this match.
What Separates Humans From Other Animals?
"Animals. I mean my dog has a 401k. Also why do we pace. When we're stressed or anxious like in the bugs bunny cartoons. Somebody's waiting outside the delivery for so andrew came across a paper in the journal. Frontiers in psychology which. I was so charmed by that. You've read as we can talk about it. It's called acquisition of a joystick operated video task by pigs. How could i forget for the listener. I'll just explain. These experiments were carried out at penn state university. There were four pigs. A pair of yorkshire pigs named hamlet an omelette and a pair of panna pinto micro pigs named ebony and ivory. I guess after stevie wonder and paul mccartney or the song of that name or after piano keys and the paper describes what the pigs were and were not able to learn in these experiments manipulating video game joystick with their snouts. And what i really want to know is tell us how it changes your thinking as a psychologist if it all about non human animals their capabilities. The way we should think about them perhaps differently about ourselves differently. Well thank you for broadening. My academic horizons. I would not have read this paper on video games and makes were it not for our friendship so i i will just say that when i read this line i literally laughed out loud after twelve weeks of training. Hamlet and omelette were terminated from the experiment because they had grown too large no fit within the constraints of the test pen. Academic research is tough. You lose fifty percent of your research pool just like that so anyway now down to two test subjects by the way. So one of my intuitions is that one ought not an. I understand that this research is hard. But maybe not generalize to olive pig them based on this very small number of pigs because look at wilbur wright some pig yeah so maybe ebony or ivory were some one of them was much better than the other in the research so there's various across pigs even yes. It is
United Airlines International Travel Recovery Still Far Off
"What they were before the pandemic. 90% free covert levels was the quoted figure. Dallas Morning News is reporting that things are a bit more turbulent on the international side of things, however, American plans to cut down on its flights to South America routes to places like Sao Paulo, Lima and Santiago will all be reduced along with some outbound flights from New York and Miami. Driver here is what else? The pandemic Covert 19 cases are rising and parts of Brazil, Peru and Colombia that's reducing the demand for international travel, at least for now. American Airlines plans to revisit these root reductions later in the summer. Stevie Ray Vaughan and taking us up to 29 minutes past the hour. Texas Standard Time The news roundup.