18 Burst results for "Tim Swift"

Demi Lovato Tries to Shut Down Taylor Swift Feud

The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast

05:04 min | 1 year ago

Demi Lovato Tries to Shut Down Taylor Swift Feud

"Got into some drama demi levato. You did nice again the holiday they weekend. You couldn't park it <hes> so there was some confusion as to what exactly happened with demi levada and taylor swift or allegedly because we were all under the impression that demi shaded taylor explaining explaining why she decided not to v._m. As allegedly demi posted on instagram story at the same time taylor one one for video of the year demi said this is why i didn't go to the a._m._a.'s and then i saw somebody tweet that and i said demi levato is astill salty. That's not good for her sobriety. So then what of demis fans took a screen grab of my tweet posted on instagram and she responded on instagram. I can't with that hag so i thought that was funny. That is funny yeah but i don't think i was out of line. You know that story got a lot of pickup people magazine and others. I were reporting that demi was shading taylor swift or it seemed like it because the timing of it all like she literally posted. This is why i'm not going to the a._m._a.'s is at right immediately after taylor swift one video of the year <hes> so it turns out allegedly. She wants us to believe now now the reason that she didn't go to the a._m._a.'s is because she's appearing on the upcoming season of will and grace okay. She's gonna be on three episodes. She's playing a guarded girl named jenny who comes into the life of will an unexpected way. Hey no clue what that means but didn't i say on the podcast minority was in the podcast. I mentioned that i think that she should make acting a priority not this year and she has been smart. I think her music career. It's over it is i don't know about that. I'll say it it's over. Here's here's the main reason why and i don't think it's harsh. I think this is an accurate assessment. Demi levato has always been a b. or b minus list musical artist. She's never been an a-list musical artists. I don't even think she's ever had a single top five billboard billboard hot one hundred song right. She's a solid b. or b. Minus i'm not gonna fight john that she's had her moment. She's had a lot of different moments which is pretty good for an artist yeah even even if whatever she comes out with next great i just don't i could be wrong clearly. I just had a feeling it won't be huge. I always say you're always the song away she could write the great song and could be awesome so who knows we'll see so. I wanted to talk about that. Demi story even though it was was from last week because there has been a a big update over the holiday weekend demi levato who you the reason i said what i said initially in my tweet is because demi has had so much one sided beef with taylor swift swift. Danny has spoken so much crap about taylor throughout the years over and over and over again and i was like wow it seems like she's still salty. So over the labor day weekend demi posted on her instagram story a screen grab of music she was listening to and it just so happens to be taylor swift song cruel summer and she she captioned that instagram story life's too short for women to not support other women especially women like it's not really grammatically accurate now especially women release great music great job taylor swift and then tim swift responded and that was very nice of taylor swift to is that being the bigger person i would say i mean if she didn't respond. It would look kinda in a weird. She's a celebrity. She's a peer yeah being the bigger person but yet she never had any beef with demi. It sounds like it was totally wha yeah so taylor posted on her own instagram story the she re shared denny's story and said this is so awesome and put the biggest smile on my face. Thank you demi lovato and a reminder although this this has nothing to do with it. I don't think anything really only recently has demi levato signed up to be managed by scooter braun. <hes> one of taylor swift's biggest enemies

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"tim swift" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"tim swift" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"Ask me why I'm excited. Why first of all, we're calling Taylor swift, which she did her surprise concert at stonewall tonight. Okay. Can we get it on the phone asked me? Why else I'm excited? Except for fried shrimp, is on the way. I love fried Trent for breakfast, and why not fried shrimp should be eaten at all times of the day. I'm so, so she'll the She'll phone. just down here is that Tim swift phone, hold hearing. We welcome the superstars live in the Mercedes Benz interview lounge. We've always a great time with her in tall. I'm sorry. Do we wake you up? No. I woke up just for this special occasion. You say that all the Jays? So let me tell you what happens. So Friday night, you did your surprise show up at stonewall and was there. He took a picture and send it to me. I posted online pretending I was there. Lied, my friend, Jesse. Tyler Ferguson was doing. He was raising awareness for safe spaces. And so he asked me to come and accompany him while he thinks shake it off. And we ended up both singing, but it was so, so so much fun. Hell the nights end. When I go to. I wish it would have been there for that was so cool. So cool pace. Video came out with all these great cameos you need to calm down video. Oh, thank you. I'm so happy with that video and sitting there with the secret for months on end was so excruciating. I couldn't wait for it to come out. And also, having had that many people who are involved, you just, you keep thinking, like somebody's gonna talk about it. It just was the most amazing experience 'cause everybody kept it a secret. And it was just the most fun experience to shoot. I wanna know if the hamburger costume that Katy Perry had on is the same one she worded the met gala. I know it is. Thought one she got used to that thing. So, but you're French fry costume, you're not gonna wear that again. I mean you can't be Seeing. seeing. Well, I mean who knows if there's the right occasion for it? You know, I'll keep it in the closet. The case takes a lot of close so much going on. Let's talk about cats. Yeah. That's on the way. Oh my gosh. That was so much fun. I shot cat in London, and it was the most incredible experience. Because, like, basically, they built this set where everything in the set was built three and a half times, human scale like those, there's a chair is so big like we're cat buys, essentially, and they made his cat size by building the set so big that we, we look small humans. And then there was the like behavior classes that we took. And then there was the choreography, and there was a music, and it was just like a full on wonderful experience. Okay. Back up to the behavior class. They taught you to act like a cat really did. We're crawling around on the floor and like. Watching videos, cats and studying they're not a me and studying how they how they send things and how they how they perceive things, and it kind of just you take that and sort of blend it in with, like the choreography, and the scenes that you're doing, and there, it is, if you get into the role, I mean, when you took a break, did you actually use like a litterbox, right? Keep it real as possible. Not that method..

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"tim swift" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"tim swift" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

"I think a lot over the last few years, and I feel like that's actually now that they've been public is a good thing is giving them a chance to sort of examine themselves and kind of figure out, okay, what do we need to change? What do we need to possibly hide? You know, I don't know that that's not very ethical. But what we need to a fudge, you know, what can we, what do we need to fudge when this goes public people C N aren't quite aren't alarmed are what's going on. So in a sense. Yeah, that kind of worked out for them. They're, they're, they're probably a little more prepared to go public than people expect them to have their, their numbers and things revealed, and I'm very fascinated by this story. But it just happens like there's still in the early stages. I'm sure is going to ask this by everyone. I'm sure going down the road, we're gonna talk while there's a lot more. But it is the early stages. Ask us again in a month and I bet we'll have even more questions will maybe we've learned more, but. Beyond say, Arianna Guerande and Drake are talked about ad nauseam as celebrities. But there's one thing that's rarely discussed their music on switched on hop. We go deep into the sounds of pop music to explain what it means. How it's made and why it's so effective. We talked with some of today's greatest artists producers journalists to decode the musical logic behind our modern soundtrack and understand its role in our culture switched on pop. Won't reveal for you. How a secretive Swedish producer is behind many of the top ten hits of the past twenty years, and we'll uncover the ways that songwriters embed their political activism into today's most popular tracks, we'll show you the surprising musical similarities between Cardi B and Tim swift and will even dive into the classical pass to hear how the Jonas.

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"tim swift" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast

Shutdown Fullcast

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"tim swift" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast

"Over and climb up and eat the fucking chocolate. And then she like bloats out, you know as wide as she is long, and you're like holy shit. She's gonna die. She's going to explode, and then hours later. She's totally fine dachshunds are, they're, they're like goat, sharks. So dachshunds are the oceans eleven of dog. They're just walking, you know, the fallout gun, you can put like knives in it. And it turns into, you know, that's that's Doxa Nick and tracks. For more reasons than one because I remember reading an interview with Andy Garcia after ocean's eleven in which he stated he based his perform. Silence. On is very Andy Garcia, he based his performance on a Mako shark with the notion that his character always had to be in motion. Onscreen. I'm not making this up, but he skipped the part where he's eating license plates. And now that's pit Brad Pitt as eating everything. Oh, so. Research live. Yeah. And then the sea. The C, right. Oh shit. The, the other part of like this is now I'm imagining that the dog was not barking for twenty minutes. It was doing the thing from speed where it recorded itself barking and just played that. Minutes while it went to the other house to eat the food created a diversion. This is by the way, the dachshunds like consulting with the dog aboard DOE over the phone, the dachshund version of twenty fifth hour, right? Yeah. That's too dark. God. The on saying Arianna 'Grande and Drake are talked about ad nauseam as celebrities, but there's one thing that's rarely discussed their music on switched on pop. We go deep into the sounds of pop music to explain what it means how it's made and why it's so effective. We talked with some of today's greatest artists producers journalists to code, the musical logic behind our modern soundtrack and understand its role in our culture switched on pop. Won't reveal for you. How secretive Swedish producer is behind many of the top ten hits of the past twenty years. We'll uncover the ways that songwriters imbed their political activism into today's most popular tracks, we'll show you the surprising musical similarities between Cardi B and Tim swift and will even dive into the classical pass to hear how the Jonas.

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"tim swift" Discussed on The MMA Beat

The MMA Beat

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"tim swift" Discussed on The MMA Beat

"Be on UFC five pass favorite in the main event takes on Dickie. Ryan, of course, you got creek Jones on this card Danaher fee, as well Nick Rodriguez's on this Richie Martinez tenth planet Calhoun. Oh, a whole bunch of dogs are on this one your IRA. I hope to see maybe you, July when you compete, if not. You're still in ageless wonder. Thank you for making time for us here today on the show. All right. Thank you, man. And congrats on the success of the show. And in, of course, the new baby. Tell me tell me again the baby's name. How do you spell it? It's like violet. Just it's the Latin version my wife's lead. And so it's Violeta. And that's awesome guys as good check you out. I'm going to go to stock your your photos in in. Check out the new edition, man congrats and hopefully get some sleep. Yeah. I'm working on it the same to you. You're right. Thank you so much. Looking forward to Saturday's that should be a lot of fun. Beyond say, Arianna Guerande and Drake are talked about ad nauseam as celebrities. But there's one thing that's rarely discussed their music on switched on pop. We go deep into the sounds of pop music to explain what it means how it's made and why it's so effective. We talked with some of today's greatest artists producers journalists to decode the musical logic behind our modern soundtrack and understand its role in our culture switched on pop. Won't reveal for you. How a secretive Swedish producer is behind many of the top ten hits of the past twenty years, and we'll uncover the ways that songwriters embed their political activism into today's most popular tracks, we'll show you the surprising musical similarities between Cardi B and Tim swift and will even dive into the classical pass to hear how the Jonas.

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"tim swift" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"tim swift" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

"Be on UFC five pass favorite in the main event takes on Dickie. Ryan, of course, you got creek Jones on this card Danaher fee, as well Nick Rodriguez's on this Richie Martinez tenth planet Calhoun. Oh, a whole bunch of dogs are on this one your IRA. I hope to see maybe you, July when you compete, if not. You're still in ageless wonder. Thank you for making time for us here today on the show. All right. Thank you, man. And congrats on the success of the show. And in, of course, the new baby. Tell me tell me again the baby's name. How do you spell it? It's like violet. Just it's the Latin version my wife's lead. And so it's Violeta. And that's awesome guys as good check you out. I'm going to go to stock your your photos in in. Check out the new edition, man congrats and hopefully get some sleep. Yeah. I'm working on it the same to you. You're right. Thank you so much. Looking forward to Saturday's that should be a lot of fun. Beyond say, Arianna Guerande and Drake are talked about ad nauseam as celebrities. But there's one thing that's rarely discussed their music on switched on pop. We go deep into the sounds of pop music to explain what it means how it's made and why it's so effective. We talked with some of today's greatest artists producers journalists to decode the musical logic behind our modern soundtrack and understand its role in our culture switched on pop. Won't reveal for you. How a secretive Swedish producer is behind many of the top ten hits of the past twenty years, and we'll uncover the ways that songwriters embed their political activism into today's most popular tracks, we'll show you the surprising musical similarities between Cardi B and Tim swift and will even dive into the classical pass to hear how the Jonas.

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"tim swift" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

Arrowhead Pride

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"tim swift" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

"Yeah. No, I don't. I don't think that's unfair. I'm just just thinking out loud here in China. I just feel like it's, it's you got to work a little harder to think through Reggie Ragland, making this Ross just want to get rid of Reggie, I want to. But I'm just like I'm just looked at it further away from me. I see how it is. I did. I did throw some shade on him earlier today. So I guess I guess that's true. We will what we're going to do now is we're going to play the mail bag that we, we did before this news broke. So we're going to the rest of this episode's just going to be our mailbag of your guy's questions from the week and Mattie, and Craig will be back with you. After that week's episode. Beyond say, Arianna 'Grande and Drake are talked about ad nauseam as celebrities. But there's one thing that's rarely discussed their music on switched on pop. We go deep into the sounds of pop music to explain what it means how it's made and why it's so effective. We talked with some of today's greatest artists producers journalists to code, the musical logic behind our modern soundtrack and understand its role in our culture switched on pop. Won't reveal for you. How a secretive Swedish producer is behind many of the top ten hits of the past twenty years, and we'll uncover the ways. That songwriters embed their political activism into today's most popular tracks. We'll show you this apprising musical similarities between Cardi B and Tim swift and will even dive into the classical pass to hear how the Jonas brothers MIR Mozart's youthful party days..

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"tim swift" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

Arrowhead Pride

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"tim swift" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

"I can't put it everything. We've talked about into this one podcast. Can't took up twenty three minutes. No. I just it sits weird to me. I don't understand NFL team responding to Twitter rumors that Ardi caught me off guard that the cheese would give a statement on record public statement about this from a Twitter rumor from a guy who's last two big predictions. Patrick Peterson the number one overall pick, not being Kyla Murray have both been wrong. So why are they giving him the time of the day, even this? They were asked directly about it just why are they giving that rumor time of the day? Secondly, why is it just a local reporters in wise at zero contact, like everything about it just sits? We'd I'm not saying that it's definitely gonna happen or anything along those lines, just to me, it doesn't make sense, the way, the chiefs of handled the rumors since it's come out yet, and that's that's worth noting because typically the chiefs don't comment on stuff. I mean all the Frank Clark rumors were all rushing around there. You in see anybody rushing to deny them. You know, trying to trying to rush. Tonight. I know the conspiracy theory is well, they're still working on a deal, and they don't want to ruin it. I, I hear that. But then again, it goes back to the Tarez credibility thing. But if you throw that out the window at this point you don't you, you wouldn't respond, like you wouldn't respond at all. You would let that go out into the ether and just kinda ignorant trying to get the deal done in private it. Honestly, makes me think that Patrick Peterson isn't on the trade bloc. And yeah, if you look at it from Arizona's point of view and not, not Patrick Peterson's because he obviously has a lot of complaints with what's going on there. If you look at it from Arizona's point of view, this is a top three cornerback in the league. I think we can all agree. He's top of his game top of the league and he's getting paid next year. The twelfth highest cornerback salary in the league, and then the year after it the thirteenth highest, so you're. Getting him well below market value. All these other guys avian Howard just way. Leapfrogged him. Jalen Ramsey's do due to. I mean, both of those guys are going to leapfrog him easily, and he's continuing to be paid below his market value. Why would they not want to keep him at that I understand rebuilding and trying to get assets but you're not going to be able to convert that? And they haven't for two years. Yeah. I don't think it makes sense, but there's probably some human elements to this involving the, the pinion of the player. Sure. That's one thing about this whole conversation that has really stuck out to me recently over the last week. And we will talk about that right after this break. Beyond saying, Arianna Guerande and Drake are talked about ad nauseam as celebrities, but there's one thing that's rarely discussed their music on switched on pop. We go deep into the sounds of pop music to explain what it means how it's made and why it's so effective. We talked with some of today's greatest artists producers journalists to decode the musical logic behind our modern soundtrack and understand its role in our culture switched on pop. Won't reveal for you. How a secretive Swedish producer is behind. Many of the top ten hits of the past twenty years will uncover the ways that songwriters embed their political activism into today's most popular tracks, we'll show you the surprising musical similarities between Cardi B and Tim swift and will even dive into the classical pass to hear how the Jonas brothers MIR Mozart's youthful.

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"tim swift" Discussed on The Phinsider

The Phinsider

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"tim swift" Discussed on The Phinsider

"How long you talk about this trailer? Let's wrap up the trailer real quick. It was just it was a very good trailer. If you haven't seen the trailer yet, I would definitely recommend washing. Especially for your Spiderman fan, I really liked the direction they've gone with the time home spider, man. I think this is going to be cool. I'm a little little weirded out by what they're doing with with stereo like it could be a red herring. Like, it's got to be. I mean, that's that's I mean, the character himself is a red herring. So like, I'm hoping that's what they do with it. But but honestly, it's so obvious. I I'd almost be glad if it's not like, I'm happy either way. I'm like going in. I'm which would set me up to be duped by which is fine. I really hope that's what they do. I think it would be hysterical and not hysteria. Like like, what like what the character is just for like, you know, but they're all they're opening up the multi-diverse, and maybe that universe's mysterious row, and there's another one from this one that ends up, you know, become, you know, his counterpart. Yeah. And in the multi verse the X men lived there and the fantastic. That's good stuff. No. It's exciting. Kudos to tomorrow. They they did a fantastic. I mean, it was for me. It was a little bit of a slow start. Like, I wasn't the biggest fan of some of the earlier movies. But no, the the second ironman was great. The I was actually enjoys it was bad iron men. I enjoyed the all three ironman bins and the captain America. Was great one was one of the best. Now. Thor ragnarok was amazing. I was like towards guardians. The first guardians was great. That was for me. That's when it started to change when it got started getting like really good like really got sucked into it. I was like this is great. And like they're starting to tie everybody together. So you on talk thrones, we will talk thrones. When we come back. Beyond say, Arianna 'Grande and Drake are talked about ad nauseam as celebrities. But there's one thing that's rarely discussed their music on switched on pop. We go deep into the sounds of pop music to explain what it means how it's made. And why it's so effective. We talked with some of today's greatest artists producers journalists to decode the musical logic behind our modern soundtrack and understand its role in our culture. Switched on pop won't reveal for you. How secretive Swedish producer is behind many of the top ten hits of the past twenty years, and we'll uncover the ways that songwriters embed their political activism into today's most popular tracks. We'll show you this apprising musical similarities between Cardi B and Tim swift. And we'll even dive into the classical pass to hear how the Jonas brothers near Mozart's youthful party days. I'm songwriter. Charlie. Harding, and I'm using colleges. Nate sloan. Join us on a journey through the world popular music. Biceps? Subscribing to switched on pop on apple podcasts Spotify or your favorite podcast up to get new episodes every Tuesday..

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"tim swift" Discussed on Big Blue View

Big Blue View

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"tim swift" Discussed on Big Blue View

"There wasn't a lot of value in going for the pass rushes so grabbing these corners and not all of these guys are going to be good. And this is kind of one of the things about having a lot of draft picks. You have a lot of picks because not everyone is going to hit. So you just take more shots and at a position corner, which is very important and is going to help that pass rush just as much as a pass rusher in the fourth round would have. I'm totally okay with taking all of these shots. And maybe one of these guys works out that that still good. You're still getting a good corner. If to work out, that's incredible. So I think that potentially has a good idea. So I don't know if this is something that the giants Pacific -ly targeted that they thought corner needed more help than their pass rush. I'm not sure if it just went with their value on the board, and they just ended up happening to take as many Cornerbacks as they did. So I'm not totally sure there. Thought process, but in the grand scheme of things, I'm totally okay with the amount of corners. They took and trying to beef that position up. Beyond saying, Arianna Guerande and Drake are talked about ad nauseam as celebrities. But there's one thing that's rarely discussed their music on switched on hop. We go deep into the sounds of pop music to explain what it means how it's made. And why it's so effective. We talked with some of today's greatest artists producers journalists to decode the musical logic behind our modern soundtrack and understand its role in our culture. Switched on pop won't reveal for you. How secretive Swedish producer is behind. Many of the top ten hits of the past twenty years will uncover the ways that songwriters embed their political activism in today's most popular tracks. We'll show you the surprising musical similarities between Cardi B, and Tim swift and will even dive into the classical pass to hear how the Jonas brothers near Mozart's youthful party days. I'm songwriter. Charlie. Harding, and I'm music colleges. Nate sloan. Join us on a journey through the world popular music by subscribing to switched on. Hop on podcasts Spotify or your favorite podcast app to get episodes. Every tuesday. Everybody. Neil Patel editor and chief the verge and this is the verge cast..

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"tim swift" Discussed on Big Blue View

Big Blue View

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"tim swift" Discussed on Big Blue View

"I think that inside the NFL I think Jones was viewed a lot differently than he was outside by analysts like yourself, and and and many others who who weren't really that. Appreciative of Jones. Yep. Absolutely. He's been on the NFL radar for for long time. Well before this draft cycle, even and that's the I think the important thing before we move on from that tech. I think it's important to to note, it seems like we're digging on Daniel Jones, and he's not without Regina qualities. I had was as one of the fifty best players in this whole draft. He's got the prototypical size. His arm is strong enough. He's. Very smart. There's a lot to like about him. Honestly, my biggest concern is durability because he's been hurt even going back to high school two of the last three or three less four something like that. So that's kind of what concerns me more than anything else. He might not have as much upside as some of the other quarterbacks in this class. But I would make a strong argument that he has a much higher floor than Dwayne Haskins or or July. So or Kyle Murray for that matter. So so Daniel Jones, it's it could be a whole lot worse. It's not like they took a late round pick of the top of the draft. He was going in the first round if they didn't take them then. And you know, what goes back to Gilman's conviction on him? And in weight, you have to admire that that I think anybody who is involved at the draft covers at analyze the prospects. You you have to have that certain degree of confidence in yourself that your right in Gilman, certainly has Daniel Jones only time will tell was right. But but I the gumption and he has staked his legacy, he staked, you know. The the next four. Five years the future of of the giants on that. But Scott, we could we could talk about we could talk about that forever. But let's move on a little bit. Let's talk about some of the other picks that the giants made. Beyond saying, Arianna 'Grande and Drake are talked about ad nauseam as celebrities. But there's one thing that's rarely discussed their music on switched on pop. We go deep into the sounds of pop music to explain what it means how it's made. And why it's so effective. We talked with some of today's greatest artists producers journalists to code the musical logic behind our modern soundtrack and understand its role in our culture. Switched on pop won't reveal for you. How a secretive Swedish producer is behind many of the top ten hits of the past twenty years, and we'll uncover the ways that songwriters embed their political activism into today's most popular tracks. We'll show you the surprising musical similarities between Cardi B, and Tim swift and will even dive into the classical pass to hear how the Jonas brothers MIR Mozart's youthful party days, I'm songwriter. Charlie. Harding, and I'm using colleges. Nate sloan..

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"tim swift" Discussed on Niners Nation

Niners Nation

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"tim swift" Discussed on Niners Nation

"Let's make this happen. All right. Let's get to the third round pick for the forty Niners because first round the rounds. One and two so far, you're happy. Right. David like, all right. Kind of according to plan a pretty solid. We probably would have wanted a corner in the second round. But we totally understand why they went with the wide receiver that was value there in both areas. And so now, we get to the third round selection. But before we get to the scouting report for the forty Niners third round selection. Let's take a brief break to hear from our sponsors. Beyond say, Arianna Guerande and Drake are talked about ad nauseam as celebrities. But there's one thing that's rarely discussed their music on switched on pop. We go deep into the sounds of pop music to explain what it means how it's made. And why it's so effective. We talked with some of today's greatest artists producers journalists to decode the musical logic behind our modern soundtrack and understand its role in our culture. Switched on pop won't reveal for you. How secretive Swedish producer is behind many of the top ten hits of the past twenty years, and we'll uncover the ways that songwriters embed their political activism into today's most popular tracks. We'll show you the surprising musical similarities between Cardi B, and Tim swift. We'll even dive into the classical pass to hear how the Jonas brothers MIR Mozart's youthful party days, I'm songwriter. Charlie. Harding, and I'm music colleges. Nate Sloan join us on a journey through the world of popular music by subscribing to switch. Don, pop on Happel podcasts Spotify or your favorite podcast up to get you episodes every Tuesday. Everybody..

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"tim swift" Discussed on Big Blue View

Big Blue View

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"tim swift" Discussed on Big Blue View

"To watch as much tape as you can get your hands on not a quarter of one game. I'm sorry. Not a quarter of an all star game in which the defense is being heavily heavily constricted. That's one thing that doesn't get talked about what the senior bowl is. The defence is basically not allowed to blitz. They're basically locked into a four three cover two defense. The offense knows exactly what they're getting three series from that game to fall in love. Really? Okay. So is he talking about the senior bowl game, which he probably wasn't even at because everyone leaves before the game was talking about the practices, which might be even more suspect. Because remember we talked to Mark Scofield right after the senior bowl and Dado Jones had a rough week of practices. He was a pretty bad in the outdoor early in the week. And then they had that indoor practices the day it rained and Jones was terrible. He threw two picks one on a flat, routed missio Adderley. So I'm not really sure what Gettleman was watching because every report we had from senior bowl week of practices. When most of the people are paying attention is that Jones had a pretty rough week. He ended up being senior bowl MVP in the actual game. And this again third year in a row now that the giants have drafted the senior bowl and the. Yeah. And I'll just say I tweeted this out before we started recording. If the giants wanted a. Six foot five senior bowl MVP. They could have just hung onto Davis Webb and drafted to Sean hand or Shaquille Griffin last year in the fourth round rather than taking Kyle Leta and they could've taken Josh Allen at Oliver this year. I'm just saying, yes. So I mean Gettleman has said these picks don't happen in vacuum. And that is true. Sometimes feels like Gettleman picks and all of his moves do happen in a vacuum. But I think you have to now think of this in the Dave Gettleman era, the two big first round picks are now a running back in again is good saquon Barkley is you can question devalue of running back and now Danielle Jones is so that's that's what they're potentially setting up. The next few years of the giants are those two picks and men when you think like a re go back and think if it could have been a quarterback last year and. And almost any other running back this year. Is that a better option? I think that's possible. That's something. I think we have to think and talk about a little more. The ons Arianna 'Grande and Drake are talked about ad nauseam as celebrities. But there's one thing that's rarely discussed their music on switched on hop. We go deep into the sounds of pop music to explain what it means how it's made. And why it's so effective. We talked with some of today's greatest artists producers journalists to decode the musical logic behind our modern soundtrack and understand its role in our culture. Switched on pop won't reveal for you. How secretive Swedish producer is behind. Many of the top ten hits of the past twenty years will uncover the ways that songwriters embed their political activism into today's most popular tracks. We'll show you the surprising musical similarities between Cardi B, and Tim swift and will even dive into the classical pass to hear how the Jonas brothers near Mozart's youthful party days. I'm songwriter. Charlie. Harding, and I'm used colleges. Nate sloan. Join us on a journey through the world popular music by subscribing to switched on pop. On apple podcasts Spotify or your favorite podcast app to get up.

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"tim swift" Discussed on Cincy Jungle

Cincy Jungle

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"tim swift" Discussed on Cincy Jungle

"So very excited to have him on as I mentioned. This is the orange black insider Bengals podcast. We are in the middle of jam packed show. And if you aren't able to join us live, you can get this show later on you can download it on I tunes on Stitcher on Spotify on Google play on the megaphone platform. We do have a YouTube channel, you can get all that stuff there. And of course, all of our content is on cincy, jungled dot com. Beyond say, Arianna Guerande and Drake are talked about ad nauseam as celebrities. But there's one thing that's rarely discussed their music on switched on pop. We go deep into the sounds of pop music to explain what it means how it's made. And why it's so effective. We talked with some of today's greatest artists producers journalists to decode the musical logic behind our modern soundtrack and understand its role in our culture. Switched on pop will reveal for you. How a secretive Swedish producer is behind. Many of the top ten hits of the past twenty years will uncover the ways that songwriters embed their political activism into today's most popular tracks. We'll show you the surprising musical similarities between Cardi B, and Tim swift and will even dive into the classical pass to hear how the Jonas brothers MIR Mozart's youthful party days, I'm songwriter. Charlie. Harding, and I'm using colleges. Nate sloan. Join us on a journey through the world popular music by subscribing to switched on pop. On podcast Spotify or your favorite podcast app to get new episodes every Tuesday. Everybody..

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"tim swift" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

Behind the Steel Curtain

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"tim swift" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

"To Steelers dot com. Theresa Varley of Steelers dot com. And he said it just all it's just the fact that they're they're they're all they're they're they're working in starting towards that. Number one goal. I'm not gonna put a whole ton of stock into this fact that they're there. But I am going to say this the fact that there is such a veteran contingent is the least a good step in the right direction. It tells me that these players have heard what was said they realize what needs to be done and they're taking action towards getting that done. That's impressive for me. That's impressive that the players are doing this. It's impressive that you know, there's coaches they're they're doing this on their own accord. I like that. I like it a lot. It's a good step in the right direction comments that you heard coming from those workouts, whether some Hayward's misused to Rothlisberger himself where all very team focused very team oriented. It wasn't anything crazy. No one was clapping back at into Neo Brown or anything like that. And so for me, I just thought it was awesome. That they're they're it's hope it continues. I have the gelling that they're going through right now it turns of those workouts while holy hopefully, carry it's carryover into training camp or I should say minicamp OTA's training camp. And then eventually the preseason regular season. So it's gonna be really good for a lot of these new players as a lot of people talking about, you know, the fact that you guys like Moncrieff and Mark Barron. They were both there. They're working out. It's giving them a chance to get to know everybody to get comfortable for Moncrieff to catch passes from Rothlisberger for baron to probably pick the brain of a guy like, Vince. Williams, get comfortable. I it's only gonna help. It's not gonna hurt. Absolutely. It's only going to help. So that's that's really the news. It's going on. And I do want to land. I talked to this hopefully, regains connections. It will come back and join us by the end, I do want to answer some of your questions on the show is of the we normally don't do on a standard is a standard at something. I do on my burn question podcast, but the standard is a standard. We typically don't have that. So we wanted to do that tonight. Anyways, if you have questions at the end of the show way into the now for the title of this show, it was sleeper positions for the first round. I wanna clarify what I mean by that sleeper positions. I'm talking about everyone sitting here now, and they're saying inside linebacker cornerback wide receiver safety e you hear hearing a number of positions that are possibilities for the first round in the NFL draft that. Starts his Thursday. I hardly spread around the corner. Exciting types. I guess I thought to myself, let's think outside the box in terms of how we're going to shape the show on in in speak of the devil. He's back. Don't say I'm that guy. No now, but he's back folks lances back. He is here. We've already talked about the schedule we talked about. I've went through on tire bliss man where we're moving along. We're already at the sleeper position stuff. Beyond saying, Arianna 'Grande and Drake are talked about ad nauseam as celebrities. But there's one thing that's rarely discussed their music on switched on hop. We go deep into the sounds of pop music to explain what it means how it's made. And why it's so effective. We talked with some of today's greatest artists producers journalists to code the musical logic behind our modern soundtrack and understand its role in our culture. Switched on pop won't reveal for you. How a secretive Swedish producer is behind many of the top ten hits of the past twenty years, and we'll uncover the ways that songwriters imbed their political activism into today's most popular tracks. We'll show you the surprising musical similarities between Cardi B, and Tim swift and will even dive into the classical pass to hear how the Jonas brothers MIR Mozart's youthful party days, I'm songwriter. Charlie. Harding, and I'm music colleges. Nate sloan. Join us on a journey through the world popular music by subscribing to switched on. Hop on apple podcasts Spotify or your favorite podcast app to get.

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"tim swift" Discussed on Big Blue View

Big Blue View

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"tim swift" Discussed on Big Blue View

"So the third thing we what you hit in the first half of this episode is Dave Gettleman. He talked to the press again in a project press conference. All teams are basically I think forced to do this by the NFL. I'm not totally sure why no one ever gives away what they're doing. But I think there are few takeaways we could have from this. We're going to briefly talk about this because you've probably already was into Ed breakdown all of this. He was there. So he yet aboard detailed breakdown. I think there were a few takeaways for me. I think clearly he's going defense at number six he continue. We talked about that how at the top of the draft. It was it was big on defense. So I think it's very clear. He's going defense. Six seventeen is still open for a quarterback of. I'm still not sold. They're going to go there. I, but I also wouldn't be surprised if they trade up from seventeen I think that's more likely and one other thing I think I'm pretty sure of is that he's trading up or wants to badly. Whether he'll be able to pull it off or not. I'm sure he's going to try very hard is he's going to try to trait up from pick ninety five in the third round someone at the press conference asked him if it was going to be hard to pick at thirty seven in the second round, not pick again until ninety five and almost sixty players come off the board in that span and get them in kind of mirth and said, yeah, it's going to be hard. It's not gonna be fun. So I would fully expect. If there's one place they trade up from it's probably going to be ninety five or trade back into the third round. And maybe use some of those some of those late round picks. Those were. My main takeaways because he's always going to be just kind of skipping around answers because it's like a week before the draft. He's not going to give very detailed answers about what the giants are really thinking. So those were my main takeaways from what he said. Yeah. That quote about moving up it was like look at my history. I've I've traded up number of times we're going to do what we need to. Yeah. He's going to trade up. We have heard reports that last year he really wanted to trade up back into the second round to select Lorenzo Carter, which he looked out there and just got him at the top of the third round and didn't have to give up anything extra for him. But I don't think he'll be able to sit and watch almost two rounds worth of players go before he gets to pick again. Now, I'm not expecting that on very much expecting some type of trade in. The third round. So before we talk about what's you hidden third round and beyond wits. Take a quick break in wall come back and talk about what the giants could possibly do on day three. Beyond saying, Arianna Guerande and Drake are talked about ad nauseam as celebrities. But there's one thing that's rarely discussed their music on switched on hop. We go deep into the sounds of pop music to explain what it means how it's made. And why it's so effective. We talked with some of today's greatest artists producers journalists to decode the musical logic behind our modern soundtrack and understand its role in our culture. Switched on pop won't reveal for you. How a secretive Swedish producer is behind. Many of the top ten hits of the past twenty years will uncover the ways that songwriters embed their political activism into today's most popular tracks. We'll show you the surprising musical similarities between Cardi B, and Tim swift. And we'll even dive into the classical pass to hear how the Jonas brothers near Mozart's youthful party days. I'm songwriter. Charlie. Harding, and I'm using colleges. Nate sloan..

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"tim swift" Discussed on Venture Stories

Venture Stories

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"tim swift" Discussed on Venture Stories

"Hey, everybody welcome to venture stories by village global. We are here today with REO polar angel investor and Tim swift Zeo, Rome, robotics guys, welcome to the prestigious global Ponca. Thank you for having things. Thanks for having me. This is our first ever official studio recording so excited to to make it happen. So why don't we start first with a background, both of you guys in how you guys got into human station? I really do like start. Sure. Yeah. So I started this an enterpreneur and after a few years SO entrepreneurship transition to helping other interpreters did bad for little over ten years. And three years ago may because I read too much science fiction started thinking about this space, how technology can up mentor natural capabilities around that same time I met David eagle man from Neo sensory. We hit it off. I started helping him, and then the thought came, well, why don't I try to focus in this space? There seems to be a number of people could use. My help, and that's what I've been doing. Tim. How about yourself? Yes. So mine honestly starts when I was in grad school, I got kind of came in with the with the dream of changing the way people live their lives and saying, how do we change the world? There are some few opportunities in front of me and I found myself working on exit skeletons. Now I'm in the weird very small bucket of people who've been building, Exo skeletons, kind of nonstop for the last twelve years. That's a very small collection of people. And so, yeah, so that's kind of where I came to at this point. I now have kind of founded in Brennan a company trying to make things a reality. Arielle. I'm curious you've been an active angel investor for a long time, and you want your companies extrava too many others pretty broad a few years ago. You said, hey, I want to focus on human argumentation. I, what does it mean to you? What's because it's a big word people mean in different ways how you use it, and how do you think about your desma thesis? I think the finish is average, so might finish it just what works for me. And part of what I was looking forward spaces that personal interest to me where there was interesting things happening, but not too much attention from other investors and so on. For example, you could look up mental reality in argue that that could be part of it, but there's enough going on there that I felt let me go where there's less people helpings because what I love to do is work with enterpreneurs and have an impact. And if you go word or so a lot of people helping, it's harder incremental as opposed to you, meet someone and not helping him though, what he's helping them. So what what ended up being what it technologies? Mostly digital technology should definitely exa skeletons that help you physically with mobility's one area of census up mending or existing senses or helping us create new senses again, also with the digital technology Baptist when area that I'm particularly interested part of cognitive enhancements. And I say part because. That spreads the gamut from the things that are twenty years out all the way to like very detailed interfacing with the brain do stuff that we can do. Now, you know, more rough way Trump trying to find things that are not too far out by a wearables is another era that I'm looking at. How do we leverage the knowledge to understand our body and our performance better way and Hance it? And then the last thing I would say about my thesis is again, it's more most about what's going on this interesting thing, a good thing to happen and where can I go in and help out? And probably most importantly, where do I find a team that I really like? I want to spend time with when I started it was just about forget, medical, forget anything that's treating any kind of disease deficiency just focus in healthy individuals. I realized that that was a bad premise because a lot of the technology start with people that needed the most people who might have a deficiency and who are willing to put up with opening. In their brains or a heavy skeletal on. And so that that that line was keeping me out of a lot of interesting things. So now I shift in and I say, if it's only medical, then I haven't seen supplementation..

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"tim swift" Discussed on Abe Lincoln's Top Hat

Abe Lincoln's Top Hat

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"tim swift" Discussed on Abe Lincoln's Top Hat

"Okay we're legal right so they used to we cross back in then you've got you also have this thing is going to bring forth this problem with jerry brown right it's going to bring it back to the forefront to see how it's gonna pressure him in making a decision will the governor jerry brown has any political incentive whatsoever to reverse course on his immigration policies all from what i hear and also on talk shows a lot of the people in california really don't want this sanctuary city thing which should be retraced as trimble cities and criminal states because they are doing something criminal just by being here in your opinion it is it is criminal so they are then by nature criminal i'm an immigrant you know i'm an you know what i went through in all nine just to become a citizen after i'd been in the us air force i'd worked overseas was government contractor know why somebody just walking in get not only get to stay here which you know back in the old days just getting a green card was the deal no they're getting citizenship what the hell is that will in some ways yeah thank he was so thank you for the call adam adam lake bluff illinois i mean obviously again we can't deny the underground economy that has been absolutely needed for a lot of the farmers a lot of the community that do support donald trump even coal miners to some degree but again we have to be rational we have to be reasonable going back to what adam was talking about regarding legal immigration regarding some individuals in california or who are not for this we'll go back to the to the national guard as well it all kind of intertwines together wanna play this clip of tim swift now he's just a san diego resident this is again escondido california and this is what he had to say and if you become an american citizen then you have a say so in our politics we love immigrants but legal that's all i mean that's that's what our parents did i'm also parents my parents were immigrants but they did it legally.

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