17 Burst results for "That"

"that" Discussed on Chatter that Matters

Chatter that Matters

06:33 min | 1 year ago

"that" Discussed on Chatter that Matters

"Today. I'm touting with gilmore is a drummer triumph you went from his. You described Not being able to afford a bag of popcorn to driving around in limousines and riding around in private jets pretty quickly tell me how triumph for mike levin. I met in sort of local music scene. He was impressive. You know he was as leader of a band that we were relatively successful and we became friends. At a certain point he was working at a record company and he was He'd moved on a little bit from playing all the time. I had a band. And i'd moved on into the audio field. You know sound equipment was really a second passion of mind besides performing one day. Just just talking boat. You know where we'd been with our bands which were mostly semi failures as much as semi successes like all bounce most bands fail. We sort of looked at what we picked up along the way him working with hopi records and missing the production side of performances. We thought we take one more kick at the can so we searched out guitar players. We how to an idea for a trio power trio. I guess you'd say so. There was a specific fit. As far as the guitar player was concerned. We gotta tiff to a look at a guy named rick. We fell in love with what he was doing on stage. We went. he's our man. We roll to persuade rick to jam with us. And then one thing led to another and the genesis of triumph was formed. That way. I've watched a lot of rock documentaries. I am fascinated by the stories. They story arcs. One of the things that i i really study. Is this the sense of talent and culture. The chemistry of people coming together. How do you know that. The chemistry's right wendy. No it's right or they just hope you just hope we did get a very good sense when we started jamming. Perhaps for mike. And i realized you know what we've actually come quite a ways down the the musical path. Maybe we weren't giving ourselves enough credit for how far we've come because we hadn't had a band that had taken off but when we started working with rick there was kind of an explosion of ideas that were just like water flowing. It was really really quick. It was the moment that we performed onstage together in front of a live audience. That's when we recognized instantly It was at a high school in simcoe district. High school in september of nineteen seventy five and it was very first show. We were using audience. Reaction says all musicians are indifference. Boredom feigned interest or a little bit of interest but not that sort of surge of all my god. jaw-dropping is popping pressing. The stage never experienced anything like that when it happens which it did instantly within two three songs. We kind of looked at each other and like what what's going on here. This is like nothing i've ever experienced before. He talked a little bit about having more experienced more maturity but his easy top and they talked about having to find that sound was our band. Get a sound like. Is that something that happens. Or did you just sort of evolved into this a trio. I think you get lucky. I think it's some somehow. Blend of background so mike came from you know mostly in our and be background i came from a blues and then are in be background so sort of a blend on the blue side whereas rick he came from more of a progressive and classical Background when you mash those different you know sounds styles together. I guess it's like you know a chef mixing ingredients and that's what creates a taste in music no different. It's not blend that gives you hopefully a signature sound and not something that just sounds like everything else. You've heard an another interview. I saw years. You talked about going to a blue shell. Seeing lasers for the first time. I we couldn't. We could barely afford the ticket to the show. And i'm coming back saying are banned needs lasers but a big part of your success was you. Were a show. It was great music. Powerful singing powerful songs but you. You brought a lot of that theater to yeah i think in some respects you know when mike and i were imagining what the band should be. We thought okay. It's got it's gotta be somehow electric. It's gotta be somehow more exciting than anything that's ever happened trying to imagine that we always for some reason or other fire was always part of it not in the sense of pyro but more in the sense just flames and whatever our first poster because we didn't have a guitar player. We had the idea. We had no guitar players. We had we had to make a poster to get the agents excited so we we had devils had with horns coming out of a flaming lake and it was. It was so spinal tap. It's really hilarious. Look back on it but we didn't know what that was. The shows that we seen from bands that went before you mentioned boys for call for one saw them at rich stadium. That was the first ever saw a lasers. I think they were probably one of the very very first band said ever carried lasers and it was an aha moment. Kiss were a bit earlier. One of the very first bands with pyro. But when you go back to sort of you know the look at jimi hendrix and in some of the great showmanship moves all say the jimi hendrix had. He was great with the showmanship. I mean his voice and his guitar but when you add on the fires have benefits showmanship. Yeah when you add in the fact that he lives guitar on fire and all that i it just made it kind of while unforgettable moments since oh yeah. We were inspired by hendrix. We were inspired by zeppelin. We were inspired by the ho great shows the rolling stones great great Shows and we just decided we wanted to have our own our own signature. Our own our own brand our own trademark. That would be you.

rick mike levin gilmore mike simcoe High school rich stadium jimi hendrix hendrix
"that" Discussed on What Was That Like

What Was That Like

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"that" Discussed on What Was That Like

"I was describing that i may share with if they want to join me. Hey the more than mary. I can only take so much. Oh my freezer is full. You know what i mean. I can only have so much food. I've i've no joke. Contemplated getting a chest freezer for this in. I'm not even kidding. So that was one of the next question. I was going to ask you. What is your food inventory at home. Look like right now so. I got a full stock of potatoes berries. I just finished my apples a meaning surprisingly healthier than i ever have been. And i mean that like it sounds either. Paradox color ironic. But i'm even through that right now in my freezer i have lots of lunch meat lot of the barbecue meat that i said and i actually that specialty store. It was a Is around good time of the holidays. I have some premade quiches and there and they are they look so good and i'm excited to reheat those. Which is what you get really good at by the way this finding the best way to reheat things you you put it in the oven. Do you just do the microwave. You do stove top. So i got all that are downstairs. Freezer we happen to have to stop more of the sweets and pastries. I try to keep those away from me. Just because if if they're if they're out of sight out of mind if they're in front of me. I'm gonna eat them so we have more of the pastries and stuff downstairs. It's like i was saying earlier. I come across pizza a lot and so my freezer down stick. It has pizza in a and very other products kind of like that so it does come. It came to a point where i actually have to slow down because i have to just eat the food have but i've happened to been able to get a if i can call it like a slow rotation of like refrigerated food that i have to get through that week food that i freeze. But i'm not lying to say my freezer's full right now. So that's why..

one question
"that" Discussed on F That Noise

F That Noise

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"that" Discussed on F That Noise

"Various absolutely no appreciation for the craftsmanship bein. Making that guy that. God damn intro really. You can't even speak for folks episode sixty four of f. That you're talking about i. Love that intro. Yeah king is it is. It is your sensitive as fuck. I'm gonna mood anyway. I'm gonna. I'm gonna put that mood behind it. It's not my birthday. So i'm not gonna move past took notice. This airheads candy is named after my penis. White mystery the mystery. You can't see it white mystery. Who's it comes out of it. You open an airhead. That's the world may never know doug rattigan here have been. It'll never fill you up but it will satisfy you a little bit. Let's secret curious. This episode should be a good one folks in by good. I mean i have no idea where the fuck this is going. We're going to encourage we're going to talk about. These usually usually tend to be the best episodes. Yeah so we're gonna talk about candy. Apparently all things candy which is raised up. Steve taylor's we'll have we're not talking about shit here. No we're not talking about today. Unless steve is gonna talk about what candy gives him the ships all then. Then maybe we could. We can go down by really fucking sausage. Steve what gives you gives you a fucking sausage in your pants and steve frozen that it was just. My screen is slow by frozen on yours anymore. You were were fuck your sausage a call in number if you wanna take part in. The insanity is five eight five four four zero three four two five eight five zero four four zero three four two five eight five four eight four zero three four two nice guzzo. I dare someone to call actually walking. Dare you do it. So steve airheads your go-to nowadays or even tell jamie. I gotta go on a diet. So i i got to these are. You're stealing my sons. He loves her s. Just dealing from your children now. I'm trying to keep them from becoming diabetic. Yes i my bride. Candy stash has really low right now. 'cause usually 'cause i drop them off at school. Pick them up from school every day. Usually when i pick them up from school. I give them a piece of candy so i got a bag airheads. I can give up something kind of small instead of giving them like a big box or something can't sell debts. I actually bought these. I don't think he knows. Even a bag of diabetes. That's what we're talking about diabetes so fucking love erade so good ship. Jamie actually has one of my favorites. My talk candy. Let's get into the fucking. We've we've got actually a dual drive of the week kind of poise view. One came roundabout just because. It's so fucking just absolutely insane. It's perfect for the show but another one was more candy related more fitting maybe will play but it will be the first one that we came up with a pre show. Oh the one we just added. Yes yes that one was. Well thought out all right very much so as long as teeth as wealth as well thought out as anything on this show or keep erkin resentment deeper all right ladies and gentlemen and mr green up all right what we have here absolutely right now. Worry about the deficit noise. Lou is a very nice anyway so for the drive the week what we came up with actually keep up with this one. I was all for it. I've only seen the movie one time. No no just added tonight jamie titties. I forgot about that. Might get my head onto my question. I have for sale. So because it is made. Fourth and zone steve's favorite holidays it's fucking star wars holiday here We decided to go with the new digitally redone. Obi wan kanobi scream. That you could see on your disney plus subscriptions you wanna watch star wars. The one million time I think this is only the ten th time george lucas. Change something in it but That's it this. This is pretty. This is pretty goddamn zik. If you wanna hear over one kenobi new scream. Check this out. This is how gone this is. I've never seen it. So this is the scene. Where lucas unconscious. And obi wan is emerging out of the desert kind of scare off the san people and then save luke and he hit him with rape. Sounds like he just came only. This is the thing starting to fit together dismissed upset by comparison. This is the original. The blu know we just got to look at nuts squeezer. He's getting checked into one. Care how you never listen to that isolated. It does sound like jamie high school in the hallways another. Maybe that's why it wasn't on anybody's radar. Before tonight. i lived with check murder. It sounds like a rhinoceros getting raped by elephant. Yes not consensual rape either. I think that's what it was actually. Two rhinos. one cup hit is all right so then the other the other driver was more candy related. Yeah this was can relate okay. So this is a movie. I've I've only seen one time as kid and it really never did much for me by love. The actor gene wilder. You guessed it. It's willy wonka goddamn fucking chopped with fudge factory where it is. and so. Here's the thing is Gene wilder has some great drives. He's done some good drives. And i don't stevens pointed out young. Franken centers good drives. I know he's against the drives at numb woman in read some underrated comedy from the eighties. It's i love that movie. I think he's got a couple in silver streak and maybe even a see. No evil hear no able are haunting author when he came with gilda radner. He's fucking drive that push. Yeah anyway We we decided to go with this. Dr keith picked this one out. let's play this one. Let's.

Gene wilder Jamie Steve today tonight gilda radner keith Steve taylor one cup star wars jamie eighties ten th time one time doug rattigan george lucas luke Two rhinos obi wan one million time
"that" Discussed on Chatter that Matters

Chatter that Matters

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"that" Discussed on Chatter that Matters

"Digital really tough to dislodge. I think that's what candidate needs to do when it comes to exporting to consumers all around the world and so i think we've got a huge opportunity it's time limited him gotta take advantage of. It weighed the consumes consumed by where their food is sourced. How does deploying your digital solutions enable them to connect directly to the consumer giving the consumer the power to make informed choices so we never farm. We've never had the opportunity to connect with consumer we. We essentially with grow grain. We would then take it to the elevator who then would be connected to the food manufacturer who them to the grocery store. Then go to the consumer and once we digitalize these farms we create. This can activity now. We have a path to the consumer. You can tell the story the consumer wants to have that connection to the gore. But they've never had this app. Yep the farmer from is not going to be able to have coffee with the consumer in toronto. But they're gonna have Have connective if they want it. And i think that's gonna build a lot of confidence. It's going to bill a real amount of power men and food supply and it's going to create value because of the consumers will pay more for that and and if they pay more it's gonna create more value for the farmer which will then get more farmers on board. I i think the real opportunity about carbon is gonna be the fact that there's going to be valued created that will help the digitalization of the farm. And once we do that that's gonna break activity to the consumer. I think it'll make canada a world leader in this space. You're your global ear selling in eastern europe russia in brazil. What's next in terms of bringing these digital solutions and agricultural. Oh you mean the way for us to really connect with that farmer right. Really help that farmer with his decisions on the farm but the next piece is to move out onto the other verticals picture as an example the massive industry that's just ripe for disruption and we can change that we can help farmers get better crop insurance or even get crop insurance. You know as a good example. Only ten percent of the farms in brazil have crop insurance compared to ninety percent in north america. And when you don't have crop insurance you don't get lending and when you don't have lending you can't take risks because you can't take risks that means you're production doesn't grow. We wanted to create that sustainability Activity to the consumer so. But it's build off this foundation of a digitalized farms or really excited about that. Opportunity to broaden beyond just the agronomic tools that we ill three things are going to take away from. Wade barnes's talk today. I love the quote came from his dad. You do. What's best for the farmer. His fire will do what's best for you. I think that's a quote we can all take to heart as let's create these win win opportunities. The second thing is sustainability is already in the dna farms their desire to pass to the next generation. Soiled is as good as if not better than what they inherited thirteen is. The canadian brand is world renowned. Not just your ability to grow crops but also to our ability to treat the planet with the respect to deserves way barnes. Thank you for joining me on charter. That matters thank you for having me. It's been great what i learned today. Sustainability is a matter of choice. Not chance my three guests are testament to that michael mccain for going beyond shareholder value to share advice and making sustainability maple leaf candidates northstar megan in wwf canada. Open your minds. That every place is a habitat for paul living creatures and wade barnes. Your dad taught you do good by a farmer and farmers will do good by you and you certainly are doing good by farmers in canada and around the world child menu. Listen to chattanooga the matters presentable. rbc. Let's chat soon chatter. That matters with tony. Chapin has been a presentation of rbc friday's join. Tony chapman for chatter. That matters on the iheartradio candidate talk network..

north america ninety percent toronto ten percent michael mccain brazil eastern europe Tony chapman thirteen tony today Wade barnes iheartradio friday Chapin canadian three guests wade barnes barnes second thing
"that" Discussed on Chatter that Matters

Chatter that Matters

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"that" Discussed on Chatter that Matters

"Is the book that asked him to sign a mere. Should've seen him. Look out me. And i find it him out for a beer that night and he showed up and i had a bunch of other work buddies with me that night there like. He's here. I'm like yeah. He's actually here so he charmed everyone. We talk about science and we've been friends ever since kelly be works is the firm. You co-founded with dan arieli and others. It's the world's first commercial consulting team so happy. You're based in canada. But it's dedicated the application of behavioral economics to solve your toughest challenges. I've sat through hundreds of focus. Groups you saying. Are you an environmentalist. Everybody puts up their hand but when they walk into the store they won't pay a penny more for an environment environmentally friendly product. How do you get people to go from thinking and feeling about something to actually behaving the proper way so first of all if you ask people this is the classic. Sort of lake woebegone. Everybody is above average in terms of their capabilities. And when we asked people do they waste food they say yeah sure some but the better than most people would our approach did was incentive asking people. Hey we into a better job of using up that food that you got in your refrigerator. We completely different approach to actually solving the challenge. Because if you ask people straight up first of all in this case. They don't even realize that they're part of the problem. If you look at things like how much money waste wasting food. Actually that number isn't necessarily the biggest number in the world to be a big motivating factor. So we have an awareness issue with a motivation challenge. I don't have a good motivational lever. The gap between what we say we do and what. We actually do is huge. How we design a choice architecture that actually gets it solving the problem so what we found was that one of the biggest barriers that we all face. I know that you've done this to tony. Open up those fridge doors and you in the fridge like full stuff right and you're standing there and you go. I don't have anything to eat. You might have half a carrot. You got some lettuce. Maybe you've got you know one girl wool left but you don't realize that you can actually turn those those ingredients into a meal. We're taught people how to actually improvise have creative confidence using a formula that they can learn how.

dan arieli canada kelly be first commercial consulting te a penny half a carrot hundreds one one girl that focus that night
"that" Discussed on Why Watch That Radio

Why Watch That Radio

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"that" Discussed on Why Watch That Radio

"How they interact before the boom and then that could boom plays out in ripples. Some of it's unexpected. How people react okay. So you'll see what that is so if you're someone who's interested in that yeah the like you say it's only episodes and you don't have to bend. You can come back later and pick it up again. So i would give them a thumbs up for this with a tricky subject. I think they did a good job. Excellent well we have peak for you as nurse and this is something that we were able to snag from south by south west. Thank you for that The first two episodes premiered at the festival. And this is all coming at us april ninth. It's an anthology and it's called the who Is on prime video. And i always like to say amazon prime. Even though every time. I type and amazon prime like wanting the video it starts. Its prime video. So it's so annoying but it is what it is so again you have ship. You got this. And you're laughing at me but i feel like like oh. I saw this good good show on prime. Sorry mom i can say mom but person we'll be like i wish i could watch. I'm like ma. You have shipping. You've got the app. Just go right in and you watch it for free. you don't have to pay for anything so you know. I think we're getting mad. I think marvel certain shows have taken us to understand that but fim is coming at us night. It's an anthology like said and You know if you want to get technical them coveted who What's going on here and we know this. Come front. yes So you know. Lena wave is the executive producer. But not right in not so running now. A woman a play by. Luke cage's debra irun day. She's alone at home with her baby. When our dog runs out of the house and into the arms of another one. Now this other woman played by dale dickey. Who i mean. If you see they'll you should always be on edge always okay just period so she seems a bit off now the mom senses this intel's woman that her husband don't hub is going to be back shortly. Is that true. And what about her two daughters for with her husband now after a tense and strained back and forth the mom liz black. We gotta say that here realizes that this woman who is white is really awesome. This white woman. What's something from this black mom that no one in their right mind would ask for next. We cut to the same black mount riding in the car with her husband at the helm now husband by the way is played by top boys ashley. Thomas and their two daughters are in the back seat. Now they're moving up and going across the country and this is a period piece but you go wait a minute. Is this the same family as before if so. Where's the baby now. Regardless this lovely family is moving to a lovely looking neighborhood. now. I said it's a period piece. It's nineteen fifties glynn california's so where could this neighborhood while it is a white neighborhood so you could see. This could spell it when you find out the davis neighborhood. You bilateral little chocolate by golf hilarious now. This black family mom and dad. That is knows what it's getting into but they've resolved to never run away again. Never run away from what exactly. Well this show us deal with the great migration. And if you don't know what happened you don't know what that is they're gonna show you also don't forget what happened during the decade prior to the nineteen fifty s globally. How does that play a role now with that said a question when this family arrives at its new house. What exactly will the welcome wagon. Looks like uh-huh now there's one neighbor played by alison pill who has plans for them. Okay and none of those plans are good but do all of the neighbors agree. Also what can this black family do to protect itself and the threat merely external because as the realtor tells them when they move in. There is a basement the house which is rare for this area Now his my review based on the first two episodes of this ten episode series. Which by the way it spans ten days in this family's life creator and show a little marvin along with director nelson. Crat a they show that they understand the craft of horror and how to blend racial themes into that genre seamlessly. I will give them that. All the beats a solid the cast is very good from top to bottom and the look along with the music is the perfect fit. Also unlike. hbo's lovecraft They're not biting off more than they can chew. This is clear clear vision. However as i was watching the first episode i was getting appropriately angry. Now that's not a bad thing. Necessarily but if i'm going to get it better be worth it and after episode one. I didn't know whether this was worth all of that. Because i don't need lessons on the harshest of race relations during the past the president of soochow. So for me. I needed interesting mystery to solve or a of humor to go with all of the seriousness and terror. For instance get out. Get out right. I was thinking. Get out exactly. There was some humor especially lorell. Okay come on now. And that kept me invested. But then i watched the second episode of them and in that episode. There were a couple of humorous moments interspersed with the tension and terror. Also they throw in a little wrinkle into the family dynamic that i found very interesting by the end of the episode so because of that because it is well done. I'll keep watch it now. What's all end up nose. And i'd say this if you like. Jordan peels work. Or if you like lovecraft country or anything similar you certainly give them a try because it is good. There's no doubt about that while. Here's a question for you. Usually prime usual prime will let you watch it top to bottom are they releasing it weekly or i think i think it will be old episodes. Okay don't quote me got it. Yeah we'll we'll keep our eye on on that then and see you know if this is something we can take on.

dale dickey Thomas april ninth Lena wave alison pill ten days two daughters first episode lorell nelson first two episodes ten episode second episode Luke cage amazon Jordan ashley nineteen fifty s prime lovecraft country
"that" Discussed on F That Noise

F That Noise

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"that" Discussed on F That Noise

"Going to end it. Should i got to go back. And edit editing because i because it without jimmy middle initials as thomas h. I think we should just make that call. Call brian every every week until the answers. Now is the time for the brian. Taylor call the. We just created a bit. This is great there. It is instant his number. There's an instant segment right there. All right so next week stephen talk about his brother's anything you have to update us to hear the shit. The best part is is he listening to show 'cause what we worked much much. Funnier yeah what his away male. Wait a minute. Wait a minute mountain salary. Mallory said we got to believe that number on the replay. Yes i did catch it i. I made a note of when when it happened. Mallory thank you very much for looking out. So when before we upload this podcast we're going have to edit his phone number because when the voicemail says is his cell number so the three people listening yes well. Hey all we know because we do have we do have regular weekly listens out of india for all we know. It's somebody that works at a telemarketer complex and then that'll be blow. This is she told patel. Debt is the most awful absolutely awful indian accent. I've ever heard in my entire life.

brian Taylor india next week three people Mallory jimmy thomas h. stephen patel indian
"that" Discussed on F That Noise

F That Noise

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"that" Discussed on F That Noise

"I hate the nutty professor. That's the one i hate. The there's there's worse and worse but of the ones i've seen. How about how about norbert. Anybody seen nervous ought awful about what some mike loves daddy. Daycare true dispense. Good what you've got to cut off her bike. Legs. that's very. that's a very different episode episode about that very special. Because i do sort of silver spoons. One of those. We're like one of our friends get killed in car crash. I don't know you take a fuck. The sky where we salary i was. I was referencing a bad episode of family ties. I mean since nobody wanted my idea in the text chat whenever a celebrity roast them and you know when when one of us dies we can just rose to ever dies. Well i i thought that was a great idea. You voted down pretty soundly. Zoo we did. Yeah well jaime shot down. Everybody likes jeff. No this has been episode fifty eight of that noise. We back next week. Wednesday night about ten fifteen eastern time by dot com dot com the noise. That's pretty much it..

next week Wednesday night jeff jaime mike norbert One one about ten fifteen eastern time dot com dot com episode fifty eight
"that" Discussed on Chatter that Matters

Chatter that Matters

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"that" Discussed on Chatter that Matters

"Some of your secrets of building your own publishing empire while i think the big thing is having a having a voice you know having having something to say what what is. It wasn't want to stay so when asked you that before going to twitter. I remember house keynote as twitter. Bobby like why. Don't you have message for the world. I'm like you're darn right i do. And so that's when i came up with us. It's the world connection authenticity at heart. Leadership Talk about so number one clear message number two. How clear online brand anniversary bring value everywhere. You go because the best of bill. Followership is to make sure you speak on that stage. Share your voice. Be heard dune align brent way the target audience in intelligent exactly what they want to hear it through bringing up and what happens follows Other tactics terms of collaborating with other influencers using the lyrics nude liberty different hashtags strategies to build attention to work. You're talking about but really. It comes down to building announced two thousand votes across the computation profile owner for four hundred thousand dollars and built up. Because i have a strong message. But also because i engage people to strategic way and the with when that happens they volley and i asked the same things happen. The hottest praise right now up house. I'm on thousand. Been here for three weeks. I now have nineteen hundred dollars in summer. People call him nuclear because having a strong brand. Strong message is what attracts people. So let's combine the two personal branding in network sure. How did they feed off each other. So you come across the substance your content value versus spam overpower. Let's good question so if you've done the analysis of your brand you'll actually have a clear identity. What makes you tick but also you have better state how other people tick in. What makes what their brands are meeting for. Five minutes so when i'm talking to people never get back towards i'm able to communicate exactly what i doing how i can help them even without even time without point blank. Just because i've asked questions and probed into their story in listen to them with empathy in pretty environment. It's i find a way to help them. In whatever way that matters to them and creating that connection and so by having a strong brand you actually know how to network better on. It's better you know how to sell yourself better..

nineteen hundred dollars three weeks Five minutes twitter four hundred thousand dollars Bobby two thousand votes thousand two personal number two one
"that" Discussed on F That Noise

F That Noise

06:59 min | 1 year ago

"that" Discussed on F That Noise

"I'm not taking her on. My dad pool is i don't think he's gonna die but yeah i'd be. I'd be all mike that with close lebron on that one. So now we're going to get back around to that so flourish claris leach. Men passed away and mike was like not no. She didn't pass away. she died. She died whenever she's dead. No longer with us. And we're talking to the group chat. Oh did anybody have closed lebron. Which by the way i did. And mike's like yeah. I'm okay with it doesn't really bother me okay. So let me let me just clarify policy. That writer thing. I don't know if anybody noticed. But in two thousand and twenty everybody died and You know everyone come at every other day someone. Oh this person recipes this person and look i if someone that i cared about like watched and movies or something died absolutely. I'm going to be like oh man. That's a shame he below their fucking ninety four and they were not gonna make any movies anyway. And i've never going to meet them and fuck but great i. I'll give respect to people that i cared about. Claris leach man. I didn't give a fuck about so. It's like okay. I'm not gonna shed a tear for this person. they didn't give a fuck about. I'm like oh no. I don't care about that fucking it. See i li-. I like worse. I thought she was funny as hell. So i was. Yeah i was thinking. You should cry here. And i'll sit here in your life diamond. His name is no fucking thanks. Army i don't give a fuck wide screen died. I i never watched that. Show the more disturbing the more disturbing part about the screen conversation that we had was that you said you would never seen saved by the bell like i've seen. Maybe i know what i've seen. I've seen knows. Zack morris trash clips on a light and those are funny show itself. I watched one minute or two minutes of it. It's fucking stupid show. Episode of that show was on. I watched saved by david bell. But i've never seen the same. It wasn't exactly must see tv. You was something. That was on saturday mornings. And you'd like edit in the like. I look to be lighten anytime. I tried to watch that show. It insulted my intelligence. I don't i don't like and i'm and i love pee. Wee's big adventure. I love stupid for the sake of funny. But i'm saying like that movie like with its with screaming or screeching geez all joke down your throat and listen and the other thing about that is what i do know is. I do know what people say line. And that whole cast of saved by the bell. Orderly reject the streets actor in all their reunion. Shows want anything to do with them and now they're out with these herzfeld enthused about him. They don't even give a fuck about it so i think it was a little bit because it was a little both ways. He he likes said and did some research both ways. But i don't a movie. A steve are you okay steve. What the hell does happen. Yeah what the hell's fucking fucking rip one. It was bad. So get up and leave the podcast. You had to leave your own base because inserted into like my nose. And i didn't want to sit and stew it but it's hard to walk away let it spurts. But it's your brand. No that was dad. Came off for free you smoke. She's chris if you're smoking yourself you should probably see a doctor water. Beefcake right there there was a beef. That cake so okay so i called the call. The william ertz filmography here and horror urban. Okay it's all good all garbage. According to jamie. I'm willing to raise. I'm willing to default to his to his take but commercially. In in public opinion he was pretty popular in the eighties and made it made some decent movies according to those in in the eighties. So i'm going down to like after the eighties isn't une shit like a good movie. Okay well first of all let me prefaces the same. I haven't seen this. This is what people said. Were good in the eighties. Remember them being You better. That's where bodied that. No nobody Broadcast kathleen turner cities. Broadcast news was was a was a well. Thought of moving the day. Children of a lesser. God was a well thought of movie in the day Or the accidental tourist was totally default to you. But i'm just saying. Were the only thing he's done that. I've noticed incentives captain america's civil war lance. Another bullshit moving. No it's not. Don't you dare talk bad about fucking civil war. I know you have this. You haven't seen this go to your your opinion on civil your on civil war sauce. I mean okay good. No right around. Three steve i pick so. I don't wanna be shut out this year. Decided to not go for my dark horse. Like i usually do so. I am going to pick ninety six year old oscar. Winning actress eva. Marie seats lloyd. She was she was in my shortlist up a block on which at she was one that i was shocked that you still alive. Yup yup yup. Yup you'll even Saint even sit soon and she's got to be pretty seven because in twenty six teen her husband of sixty five years died so for the last four thinking about it so he. He really is a saint. Now i mean. I don't think she's gonna do i scott. She's thinking about.

one minute david bell kathleen turner eighties two minutes sixty five years william ertz jamie saturday mornings twenty six teen seven ninety six year old civil war both ways ninety four steve two thousand lebron Claris leach oscar
"that" Discussed on F That Noise

F That Noise

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"that" Discussed on F That Noise

"You're asking you're labradors. Stuck horn sounded thing. I wanna bunch. Like a fucking dog shishkabob. Take them what. What's the dogs have like multiple different like you have. I think it's got to go. Like shitsu twala plugged shitsu You gotta actually stack the dogs on four but yet due to the right work on the rhino's corn on the run those for you know the feet can be filled with whatever steps on but you got very passionate about taking that motherfucker very passionate. Yes god right. Nassar's for fucking walkman. I want to walk down the street. Say people look at me and be like yeah. I'm not fucking with that guy. Like yeah everyone says that. About like god damn tipple fuck true ryan astros. Fucking can't i just can't anyway. His timid rhino taylor. Okay until jamie mike Go afford telling you. I'm going gonna ask because it's my i suck go ahead. I know jamie coty already.

jamie coty jamie mike Nassar taylor astros four
"that" Discussed on F That Noise

F That Noise

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"that" Discussed on F That Noise

"Kind of like this one. I want pete there. There can't be bears thirty nine to fifty one inches long and about twenty inches tall from foot to shows. I'm used to exactly what the i knew. Exactly what you fuckers. We're gonna say soon as i started going. Yeah so cappy barra all right look at that star. No strong. It seems seems tassell. Only thing i have because i'm not a pet person but odor anita no odor. Is it gonna smell musty. Isn't gonna make my house. Smell musty distinct possibility. You shitting your house. I mean it's outgoing. Some point they could stay underwater for up to five minutes at a time. The scientific name comes from hydro cherish which means water hog in greek. There you go. there's your there's your random nature of the what's your solar water sounds like my mind is around us you can't you can't assume for a pet i wanted to be. I want to have a cage my front yard with a fucking right after. 'cause no one fucks with rytas yet including you know i fucking. I'll take that shift for a walk. I like to see. mother fuckers. Bring their dogs around me. Now month fucking randazzo. Choose those little fuckers up. Anger can right now if you if you're so you're so you're so pissed all different. It's what god damn right now stress jamie from my for like dog murdering right around..

thirty about twenty inches jamie up to five minutes fifty one inches tassell greek nine randazzo rytas
"that" Discussed on Cars That Matter

Cars That Matter

08:39 min | 1 year ago

"that" Discussed on Cars That Matter

"To the british and their buses come to america and taken root but the next part of the story requires a bit of a change in scenery. We'll be right back on cars matter. Welcome to life done. Better listen to the weekly episodes were supermodel and health coach. Jill diong talks to some of the world's most inspiring women in health and wellness. It's the place for all the unicorns who strive to create a life on their own terms. Join us to explore. Discover and create a life done better together. Listen and subscribe from kurt co media media for your mind. Welcome back to cars that matter. Is we detail the week history of the car. That is now known as the jenkins vw. Bus or story shifts post world war two america an america that is suffering from the racism and attitudes flourished prior to and sparked the civil rights movement. He saw and johnny jenkins are living on johns island south carolina in nineteen forty eight. The couple founded the progressive club that co-op offered their community financial assistance legal aid and education. The building housed at grocery store gas station and a community center he saw janey be worked tirelessly to help their community overcome the oppression of the jim crow era son of he saw janey. Be bill jenkins at ninety years of age chairpersons. His family's history. You start back in nineteen forty eight and nineteen forty eight when we started regressive club when white man shot a black man oviedo. Mma daddy was hustling in charleston and people came at sandwich shop. And he's not dead and so he went to hospital and they give to scores and that saves me and try to find a judge handled a case and a lawyer. He's never came and eventually call the meeting at the movies and that same progressive club informed the named progressive club because people from all over the community. We had enough of this shoot us like dogs and so it's not have meeting. I in two months and school became making a move across the street and that piece of property was and that is when daddy's got people from the islands johns island and part of what law jones l. people to plan in charge and on that fertilizer plan. They had some latest on. That didn't have to be worked out early in the it stayed on until nine o'clock so that's the start talking about. Why learning this happening to us. And we don't see anything like an l fund rope around. You even know his own strength so any found people were listening to you. Dan voter registration was very all started. But the famous green bus that jenkins purchased in nineteen sixty. Six wasn't the first car to be of use. To the jenkins elaine jenkins youngest daughter of east saw janey explains with bill. There was a fleet of buses that our parents had before began to the volkswagen bus. Yeah and so those losses. We used to transport people to in from work. The islands did not have a connecting bridge until the mid fifties there was a fairy and the buses used to transport islanders into allston to work. The buses were also used because there was no high school lunch on silence for african americans. The black was in charleston. Been papi used the buses to transport the children who wanted to go to high school including his own children. My brother here and my two older sisters would ride in one of the buses the truck into charleston to go to schoo- and then a lot of the schools on the island. What have excursions and says. My father had the buses. He would take the children on outings in the area. The beaches are segregated and also so the buses we use transport people to to look the black beaches the area mosquito beach in atlantic beach. Those were the two black features. The buses did a lot of things. My brothers said my parents again. All the nizing people on those buses during that time to talk about the conditions in which they were living on these islands and one of them was the issue of voter registration in education here in south carolina. At the time that you had to be able to read a portion of the us constitution and pay a poll tax. So what my parents did was. They helped the people to read that portion of the constitution that they needed to know. I mean they memorized that in how to write their names. That's the backdrop of these two volkswagen now when we fast forward by the time proper purchase the nineteen sixty six mini-bus most of the fleet of buses. He had maybe one or two left one. Divorce from horse chevy bus sixty chevy books right. He come out the fleet a larger but when we get to the bulk sagging by see only had one of those longhouses were on the community and try to to people to let them know what being as citizens me. You didn't even with a citizen. I think in nineteen sixty. Six to see a federal credit union was established. My father had gone a year earlier to a meeting in washington. Dc he went there for one purpose then he heard about a community meeting that was being held hearings were being held on capitol hill and he went and he spoke about the fact that for african americans after learning. They had to buy expensive money. It was they had to go to individuals instead of banking institutions to borrow money and they started for about a year discussed the possibility of starting a steel federal credit union in charleston. Sell once that credit union was up than papa damn got the first volkswagen bus and it had. Ceo federal credit union on it on the side of it. The back had had his progress. Everybody knew this in charleston county whenever they started busing jason's coming about something but he loved that volkswagen that sixty six several years later. He bought a blue volkswagen personally. But it was that volkswagen that was for the citizens committee that he went around talked about voter registration encouraging people to register and both and to join the seal federal credit union and he still took people around. Is that the two of the to a role in that whole both. As time went on the bus became not only a member of the community around it. But of the jenkins family itself sometimes hear something and does he know what he was going to. Do you going to such and such face and go to such and he go to take a nap while i'm driving a once. You get a. He's talking and he did say come on wake up. We got a lot of things to do and we don't have time to play around. He was stern at times but he knew how to people. I know he used to call all of these islands in charleston. County many islands five ask seattle but to go to some of those others true mcclellan bill and all but they used to get people from each one who's island and then start talk to and out wants you to give me a report on you got. And how could i have. And he'll go from one especially in charleston county. You started off james island. That was a large island in population. Johns island was largest island in erie was the smallest.

janey Jill diong kurt co charleston johnny jenkins progressive club that co grocery store gas station bill jenkins volkswagen america jenkins progressive club islands johns island jones l elaine jenkins johns island south carolina sandwich shop jim crow allston
"that" Discussed on Cars That Matter

Cars That Matter

08:09 min | 1 year ago

"that" Discussed on Cars That Matter

"Had to be associated with gang activity. That's an entire cultural movement. And that's exactly why we have this register so it doesn't just speak to the components in the horsepower and all of the accessories on a car. This is truly a car that still to this day. Low writing has a cultural impact just like hot riding and things of that nature and thankfully we've captured that story because jesse valez junior passed in september of two thousand nineteen of stomach. Cancer was very young. So he's in his forties. He was recently married in may and passed away in september. And this is another one of these where we became extremely close to not just the valid as family but also imperials day are a family in another themselves and we were invited to participate in their barbecues and things of that nature. We spent so much time. With jesse him and i stayed in touch holidays and things like that and so thankfully now we will never lose the story behind the gypsy rose. Low rider that we've documented this and my friend. He's on there and i can see him. Tell the story. And i can hear his voice now anytime i want to. Where's a car. That is at the peterson museum in. La a perfect place to keep it. I just can't resist talking about one more car. It's a car that by all rights. Any ferrari aficionado would take great bridge at this thing being on the list. It's not even a car. In fact it should go to the crusher. But you've got fairest buehler's ferrari the fakest ferrari of them all and yet the ferrari that probably had a greater audience at a greater in fact than any prancing horse at history. When we announced the ferris bueller ferrari. It was amazing. The generations that this car crossed over we displayed it on the national mall as part of our cars at the capitol exhibition. We had a young man by the name of michael. He was ten years old. He showed up with mom and dad. The movie everything about the car ten year old michael knew about this car. His mom kind of had tears in her eyes. Because we're standing there talking and it's myself and it's michael on its mom and dad and they're on a vacation and mom said he's ten years old in. It's hard to have a conversation but this car has been such a subject of conversation for us and mama data familiar with the movie and michael was familiar with the movie and so they were able to join together and have this beautiful family vacation and the owner of the car happened to be there. And i asked him if michael if i could let him behind the ropes for michael to sit in the car and it was just. It was a really great wonderful day for a ten year. Old michael owen and his parents. That's how you make a lifelong car fan in. It's amazing that your organization is able to facilitate that and that a car that was essentially a movie star. That doesn't need a facelift. Was the catalyst for that great car. I've driven it several times. It looks like it's a stick but it's not. It is actually an automatic because matthew broderick could not drive a stick. that's fantastic. what a story. What have story. We'll take a short break diane. But we'll be right back a moment of your time. A new podcast from kirkdale media currently twenty one years old and today on like magic from her fingertips down to the care of yourself. Because the world needs you and you do. That asked about me was ready to spit on my drink. Seniors were facing your purpose in your worth is really being. Stopped me from playing the piano. She buys walkie-talkies wonders to whom she should give the second. Don't love humans we never did. We never will just find rock. Climbing is that you can only focus on what's right and so are american life begins. We may need to stay apart but let's create together available on all podcast platforms. Submit your piece that kirk oh dot com slash a moment of your time. We'll compacts cores that matter. Diane let me you. I got a such and such in my garage. I don't we get my car in the register. My gosh we get emails and phone calls every single day we really do. I'll bitch you do. You know what though it's great we love it because it means that people are paying attention and it means that they're engaged with us and so for every person that sends us an email and every person that calls in we actually take that information while that's amazing so it's not just don't call us we'll call you. You actually listen we actually within and we add it to spreadsheet every year we continue to add cars onto the register and so we listen. We take everything into consideration. We are working on at some point trying to make this process a little bit easier. Because like i said it's pretty exhaustive. People might say gosh. You only have twenty eight cars on the national historic vehicle register when when you think about this is a program that was created in two thousand fourteen. So it's been alive for seven years now so an entire program had to be all of the criteria had to be built had to be agreed upon the department of interior in library of congress and this has been a learning process of. How exactly do do this now that we're starting to kind of get this process down. It's still exhaustive. How can we take this a step further so that we can answer that question of. How do i get my car on the register. And we're not there yet. We're working on it. And that's the hope is to build this program to the point that we can make it a little bit more seamless so that we can answer the call that we hear so often. What's next you actually set your sights on some cars for the future you and if you do you're probably not going to share that secret but you have some in mind. We already have our twenty twenty one cars in mind. The attested sewer always looking ahead. Kind of always paying attention to what's going on out there without naming names. Can you tell us how many cars we might see in twenty twenty one of the words. Is there a goal for a registered number. We've done anywhere from two to five cars in a year. We've got this list that we're taking a look at and although we have decided yet exactly how many were narrowing down. Because we're getting close. We've got to start the process. I imagine there are some vociferous debate there. Of course we'll all be very thankful and twenty twenty s over and we can get onto a new year and see some new cars editor your register as well one of the things that we normally do to share. Automotive heritage is an event called cars at the capitol. It's an exhibition that we do on the national mall in washington. Dc all of the cars that are inducted into the register one at a time. We display them in a glass enclosure. We call it our jewel box on the national mall. That had never been done before either because you cannot sell market or advertise anything on the national mall. That's now what we're doing. We're teaching history. And so we set up this glass display case between the air and space museum and the national gallery of art. Just a couple blocks from the nation's capital if you look in one direction and then if you turn around in the other direction is the washington monument and so for one week at a time. We display these cars. It's like pop up museum if you will and it's lit up at night. Our website has some beautiful photography of some of the cars that we've displayed on the national mall and the park service actually looks forward to us coming back every year. The great part about it as people run and walk away exercise around the national mall all the time and we have a young lady that actually works in the capitol building that comes by every year. And she's a self-proclaimed non car person. She doesn't even own a car. She doesn't care about cars. Could she loves what we're doing because she can come. She can look at the car and we have exhibitry all way around. So you don't have to talk to one of us. It's kind of like a museum. You can read all about the history of the car and kind of the cultural impact and everything that it's meant both to the family as well as our history and then you can go about your way. And so she'll come by every day and she'll read the same story over and over she'll come visit every day which is great. Which is what we're about right. It's about reaching everybody. Not just carpal. That's the real purpose of any museum or cultural institution that has a purpose that goes beyond just displaying artifacts but telling.

michael owen jesse valez diane ferrari Cancer peterson museum matthew broderick washington buehler washington monument kirkdale media congress kirk space museum editor twenty twenty
"that" Discussed on F That Noise

F That Noise

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"that" Discussed on F That Noise

"Down and see if I can stop. The one that killed all those folks right here. So we brought our family. Is it a best actors I've ever seen thought. It doesn't come back to me just say we came all this way, and now it's gone. They didn't say that on TV. There's nothing I can do about that. Will you please just move on? He's pissed off the cops right there a couple of that go is the best. The student working first Blood, you know, otherwise I got off. Well now you've pissed It Off. You guys look at it like shit you do. What proceed with the retrieval operation Good Work guys over? All right, everybody on the beach. It's just the way let's play the diving board. I'm first can opener. That's what she said. I want that fucking wheelchair88 Steve. You need to talk to somebody no way Jose. Radio stations and get him over here. I want pictures of everybody around guess Verde great job. Well done. Good job working does it probably is they're they're very ferocious and very sexy kiss. Oh my God, this is just like a promo for WWE Palm Drive. It does..

Jose Blood Steve
"that" Discussed on Cars That Matter

Cars That Matter

05:26 min | 2 years ago

"that" Discussed on Cars That Matter

"Time. With Jackson. You've got a lot of challenges to tackle in a whole breadth of applications for cars. Obviously hot rods are where you started your business, but you're not certainly limited to just customs but really have to tackle all kinds of challenges, different engines, different outputs, all the plumbing, the aesthetics, where do you start in designing a system? Like let's say we're talking about muscle car in. Houston side you WANNA. Do chevelle sixty nine chevelle first thing we do is we study that vehicle and we try to understand what's going to be difficult about the installation. We try to do preliminary work on figuring out what is and what vehicles, how many different vehicles we need. Because on that Chevelle, you might have six variations of that dashboard we'll decide, okay we're going to have to bring in six cars because his own take that many to get all the variation that car the shed light you'll have. Two engine options in that area will have small block or did block. Then one of our guys starts developing the engine mounting bracket. Time we've got that shit and small coverage. That you do when we started. That, he needed one for the side mid the low hood clearance needed run a little higher for the earlier cars Earth fifty, five, sixty, seven cars, those taller and. Couldn't be too wide and so you develop start working on one component under time in the compressor is an easy place to start you get a compressor bracket mounted. Then you start developing what size the condenser needs to be and how you can place it in the car to get the airflow that needs and stay out of the latch because the Little Hood Latch thing and Polka hold on that condenser released not care to throw those kind of things and then you look at the dashboard, we try to use the factory ship. Panels, if we can on the sixties cars and later well, I, wanted to ask you about that. Obviously, aesthetics play a huge role in this especially because so many of the cars you're probably outfitting or really highly detailed beautifully produced Resto mods or else guys who are trying to keep their cars looking absolutely original. It's important for you to use existing air vents and switchgear or sometimes hang a system underneath a dash of need be well of the cars that we put the air conditioner behind the DASH and will use existing events. After about nineteen sixty, the bench started getting into the dashboard some earlier as early as fifty five on the accident upscale cadillacs the most of those cars after that period after like forty, eight, nineteen, forty, eight, we're GONNA try to been note into the Dash and using existing switching. It may not be the same panel, but it will look like the same panel because now we're down to use digital electronics for all are switching boy that sure. Made Life easier well it did and a work so much better you know and they install so much easier because they're these digital boards are made to just attach to the back of the original control panel it goes and takes a lot less room than all those cables sue that's fantastic. It's certainly made that part of the job easier speaking to the job he talked about cars like chevys and fords and Chrysler products and all the big game. So, to speak that probably makes up the bulk of your business. What is some guy do if some of the more exotic cars I mean I know there's no hotter roasting pan on the planet than a Mercedes going in the summer you tackled systems for cars like those. We have done some special work on some of those cars that we see enough volumes at justify it probably jumping ahead a little bit but right now we're doing the Porsche nine eleven were doing a kid for Porsche nine elevens. The early nine eleven series. Yeah. It's funny. I remember my dad had a Porsche nine twelve at he ordered the so-called dealer installed air conditioning and that was the most useless load of crap I've ever experienced. So if you can get some cold air coming out of one of those little cars, you've actually been your jaw and I'll bet you have a lot of eager takers you're right We. have a universal product line. Say a guy has a Mercedes going as you say, we have a group of universal condensers. We have a group of Universal Bap Raiders. The compressor bracket is usually unique. So we don't do a lot of custom brackets for people because universal component set up used to make a compressor bracket. Imagine you go to any car show? There are an awful lot of wrestle mods and survivors there that are run advantage air. You don't do any installs advantage air is that correct? In the only installations we do are the new development cars, the development cars we will do an installation on and that'll be some guy we just go sign them. So it somebody from the area generally, but we just have to find the right car and asked me just what we're looking for, and then we'd get those. Rounded up, and that's how we get started. What seems to be the most popular car that you're retrofitting? Is there one I don't pick up truck searches the rage now and certainly a lot of off roaders, broncos, and old scouts and lasers and whatnot is there a car that's top of the heap? The CAMAROS are really really popular, the sixty, nine, seventy camaros and Chevelle 's that group cars. It's a big part of our business pickups like you said, I always thought that every hot water as A. He's got to he's got to get a haulers parts and some. Exactly and that's something I always bleed because of this going on my own experience I always had.

Chevelle Universal Bap Raiders Houston broncos Polka Chrysler
"that" Discussed on Sorry To Hear That

Sorry To Hear That

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"that" Discussed on Sorry To Hear That

"Sometimes when I'm interviewing people I will ask them unexpected questions and up until this point with Shell. I hadn't really heard heard a whole lot about feelings or emotion or even processing so I asked had. I let myself be consumed soon with emotion. I wouldn't have been able to function I think I had a lot of responsibility and I shared a lot of that burden I have moments like I said when I was with her and I would hear songs or just sitting witter and look at her hands hands or you know rubbing her feet so I had moments of sorrow and pain. I have fits of anger with people. Oh for actions or inactions I remember outbursts But at that moment amend my thing was it's not about you. It's not about anybody else but my mom you know. And if he weren't on his board or this this bandwagon I was on then. I just I didn't need you my space. I didn't need any extra drama. I didn't need any extra opinions because Everybody had an opinion as far as what they thought we should have done with. They thought the outcome would be but I feel like there were times and I think I had this conversation with her more than once. Why just told her? Like if you if you and God have talked. You're tired it's okay. It's okay so The spirits part of me knows. She's he's in a better place in a season that suffering. You GotTa talk and he allowed me to keep her for. Today's because when I got the district call I remember hitting the floor and I was on the phone. My cousin is not ready to lose my mom yet. Like I flip not ready to let go of her and he let me keep her for two more days and The relationship between mother and daughter is complex but unique and so one relationship is truly just one relationship they really cannot be compared. So let's Shell describes the relationship that she had with her mother. I'm the only girl so we had a very unique In complicated relationship at times as we both got older we how to better understand in an appreciation for each other's roles will change or the changing roles. Yeah My girl you know. I would call her Sunday's just to say hey like how was your day if it it was not them but like a two minute conversation. You know working my puzzle book. You know watching Jerry Springer Amaury like trash. TV or she would call me at eight o'clock in the morning my time which was five o'clock her time and there'd be days I just like I you know I was. I was restless. I got up in wash. My face brushed my teeth. Sama prayers and I'm sitting here flipping through TV or through the channels will shale Hurry right. You know Things you take for granted is the a two-bit conversations in the random phone calls it a clock in the morning.

Jerry Springer Amaury witter