35 Burst results for "Tom My"
Rams' Stafford throws for 4 TDs, outduels Brady and Bucs
"Matthew Stafford threw four touchdown passes in the rams moved to three in a row with a thirty four twenty four win over the Buccaneers Cooper Kupp was on the receiving end of two Stafford scoring strikes two Sean Jackson and Tyler Higbee caught the other touchdowns Jackson's one Persephone five yards Stafford finished the day with three hundred forty three passing yards Tom Brady threw for four hundred thirty two yards with one touchdown running and one passing but the Super Bowl champs take their first loss and dropped it to win one mark Myers Inglewood California
Classroom Posters at Hamilton High School Spark Controversy; LA Unified School District Issues Response
"School a high school in california where they have posters. This is the alexandra. Hamilton high school in los angeles unified school. So all william unified school district where they have posters which say want jennifer. Oh my gosh sabbath. This high school part of the la unified school district. Hamilton high has all kinds of terrible posters. Got the american flag lying on the ground. Let me read you the list of what they have. Because i don't want get this wrong. They have a palestine flag. They have a transgender flag. A pride flag. A black lives matter flag all hung prominently from the blackboard. According to some photos that were taken undercover a few parents rights groups. Got a hold of this. And they blew the whistle on this high school. The american flag while all of those other flags are hanging up in a nice prime location flung across furniture in the classroom now after they found out about this because it started to get some attention and traction on twitter with some parents groups who were thankfully appalled and this is part of the pushback in california even at the smallest level. It's coming for more parents. Getting involved with their kids classroom. Some parents groups called out l. unified. And you would think that they would say oh. We had no idea this was going on. We would remedy this situation sam. La unified school district. They knew about it and they said that they would make sure that the posters would be taken down now. Here's the problem. You've you've left out two of the posters. Oh go ahead. Sorry the police. Oh after police unleaded. Forget the america with kkk. Instead of the sea on the wall of the classrooms then on the wall of the classroom. And here's the thing and you're right. I should have said that. I because as almost more disturbing than what. They're hanging up everywhere. But here's the problem. It's not the posters. It's not the flags. It's the fact that this is who's teaching our kids. Forget about what they hang on the wall that can come up. It can come down and they can take it down now. Put a back up in two weeks. But what in the heck are they teaching our children and this is the problem with the la unified school district. And i'm gonna guess most school districts around the country that have allowed themselves to become infiltrated by the unions. The unions are now operatives for the socialist movement in this country. They are incredibly powerful in the political sphere members. Pay into this i. I've heard people on my program. And i'm going to employ people across the country if you are a teacher or if you are a person who works for a union take advantage of your rights and get out of the union if they are using the money to support political causes better not important to
Some Kaiser Permanente Employees Quit Over Vaccine Mandate
"Talked to several people. Also who are work work well who worked Past tense for the biggest hospital chain. That rhymes with the people that worked with kaiser. That have just laughed because kaiser is saying they're not going to To acquiesce they're not even going to offer. They're gonna tighten up even religious exemptions So it's it's appalling that all of these people have to leave their jobs after serving us so well but these police officer said that they will walk out if they have to get the vaccine and they're willing to do other things they're willing to mask up. They're willing to take tests but they do not want to have the vaccine common. They should be no need to give a reason. Because my buddy choice. But i'm just curious in talking to them. Is that common thread as to why they don't want to because it's experimental or is in health reasons religious. What are they saying. I you know. So based on the people that i've talked to so far. It's all the reasons that you and i have talked about on the radio for months. Now it's the fact that it just hasn't been around long enough number one number two they don't want the government going down the slippery slope and this is probably the biggest of telling us what we can do. You know. I had a friend who is a pretty close friend who has got an active case of lupus and she has not gotten the vaccine yet but she also was afraid to get the vaccine. Because she's in a flare of lupus. She thinks it's going to make her sicker. She tried to get an appointment. Ucla medical center. They would not see her to treat her lupus until she got a covert vaccine and she told them that she was afraid and that she didn't wanna do it until she was. You know well on the mend from the lupus and they would not see her just wrong. So what's the next step. Are we going to go after smoking. Are we going to go after people. I mean what what what is next. Are we not. I mean the of law enforcement and hospitals are serve people who need help not to worry about vaccine
LAPD, Firefighters Sue Over Los Angeles' Vaccine Mandate
"So turns out the los angeles fire department is got some tough guy johnson who would know. Tell us. Yeah and it's not just them the la fire department and the lapd have all gotten together. In fact i had a few of the officers from the lapd who are involved in this group that are suing over the vaccine mandate it turns out that in california governor newsome's desire to get everyone who works for the state vaccinated is not going over very well with the first responders who served us during the pandemic and this includes frontline workers who worked at hospitals. Nurses are leaving their jobs. The fire department l. a. fire. Lapd la sheriff's department california highway patrol. They are all organizing to push back against the
Area Libraries, Bookstores Celebrate Banned Book Week
"There is a piece in the wall street journal by the president of regna. Repoed publishing full disclosure. They are the publishers of many of my books and all of my books in the rational bible series and i have appreciated their worked tremendously. Tom spence is. The president is piece in the wall. Street journal is about banned books. So tom first of all of course. Welcome to the show. Thanks dennis happy to be here. I'll bet are and i'm happy that you are. What is there. Every year is that there's a banned books week or something. What is it called. Yes it banned books week. It's a week long promotion in the book. Trade that sponsored by the american library association the american booksellers association and several other organizations. It's the last week of september so begins. It begins next week. And it's a way to promote books that have been ostensibly banned. The the joke of it is that the books that are promoted year after year have not been banned in any meaningful sense and now the books that are in some real sense. Being banned are studiously ignored by ban. Books week policy in the book but hypocrisies two-mile a term. It's orwellian the books that are banned are not mentioned during banned books weeks and books that our peripheral band give me an example of what they say is banned so so yeah i mean obviously it depends on how you define your terms so if i if i describe a book if i tell you that a book has been banned. What does that mean to you. What's your first thought that it is no longer available to the public right. I think that's a reasonable definition. So if i'm living in soviet union in the you know nineteen eighty five. And i want to buy the gulag archipelago. Am i gonna find it kid. It's been banned right the government or somebody with authority to the power to do. It has made that book unavailable.
Sánchez homers, Yanks beat Rangers 4-3 to gain in wild card
"The Yankees won a critical game in their pursuit for an American League wild card berth by beating the Texas Rangers forty three Gary Sanchez gave New York a one nothing lead with his twenty second Homer of the season in the second inning the ex then scored three runs in the third in RBIs by Aaron judge Giancarlo Stanton Gleyber Torres those runs proved to be the difference when Texas score three in the fifth for Yankee relievers then combined for four two thirds scoreless innings to preserve the win with Chad green leading the way what you're worried about what other teams are doing another one in our lives and it can become pretty taxing so I mean I think we just focus on what we have to doing and I'm kind of control our own destiny the ex now trail Toronto by a half game in the race for the final AL wild card spot Tom Merriam the ark
The Cowboys Figure out a Way to Win When Things Aren’t Perfect
"And the cowboys got that win. They did the. Nfl was a nailbiter seats. Wermer and i'm trying to think of other things you could apply to the cowboys first win of the season and it is here by the way we'll sort of like the open. It came down to the last few seconds that was greg's airline who was the goat. And i'm not talking about the greatest of all time. He was the goat after missing two field goal attempts to previous week against the buccaneers and appoint after temp but he was able to get it done yesterday. He lives in a he lives another week. And he's the guy. I mean he's he. He's a really good kicker. Although his quarterback dak prescott was Having to kind of watch from the sidelines go please please. Yes he kicked it. I mean Y'all's over there. Talking to omar checking on amar somewhat. Just trying to get my mind off of it. I guess obviously known in situation like that. You trust the teams and greg's are lying to put it through But yeah. I mean it was great. Obviously believing him make anyone did that and it was just a relief right. I mean the first one. I one a many in the first ones usually the hardest now. I'm not going to get into specifics. But there were some issues with clock management down in that final drive. The cowboys had it back with three minutes and change to go a lot more time than tom brady. Had the previous week when it was less than two minutes to go. But mike mccarthy and i don't know what was going on with keller more in their communication but they wanted to get a little farther down the field than having kick fifty six yarder but zor line had with his leg. Greg leg had more than enough distance yesterday that it could have gone farther than that than that if they needed it. I just know that. Mike mccarthy's happy to finally get this first one in the bow to come in here and win. This game was important on a number of
Panthers' Matt Rhule Is Making a Bid for Best NFL Coach This Season
"I wanna talk about the best young coach football. And it's not necessarily sean mcveigh. It's clear that it's not only an indictment on the new york jets operation. But what you're seeing was sam darnold in the carolina. Panthers is pretty remarkable the knock on darnold out of college there to know with too comfortable wins but the knock on darnold out of college and i watched every snap was his accuracy issues. What does he completing now. Seventy percent of his throws. He doesn't make mistakes total composure. It would be easy to just say. This is an indictment on the jets but instead of just the negative side. Let's look realistically at the positive side. Not only has met rule made darnold more comfortable. This defense has twenty one quarterback hits and ten sacks in two games. What does that tell you. The culture of the carolina. Panthers is headed in the right direction. It also tells you. This is a remarkable stat on matt rule. The coach carolina going back to the beginning of last year. You will not believe this. Carolina leads the nfl with the fewest. Three and outs that with teddy bridgewater and start with. Sam darnold. nothing about that not mahomes. Not lamar jackson. Not tom brady. Not derek carr not matt ryan not russell wilson not aaron rodgers. No the fewest three and outs matt rule. Teddy bridgewater and sam darnold but this is a offensive line. That outside of right tackle graded poorly left. Tackle all the way to right guard. What matt rule is doing with this sub optimal often. It's of line. The scarce number of three out the revamping rebooting of sam darnold is really mind-blowing
The Story of "Martha" by Tom Waits
"Is about an older man calling up and trying to reconnect with an old girlfriend quite possibly his first girlfriend asking to get together to talk about their past and then at the end spoiler alert. He confesses that he still loves her. And then i. And then i weep openly as every time i've listened to it that's how it ends. If you're looking for the saddest song ever written. This might be hit. Stay said we're talking. So because dan is a monster in a robot. I like no emotions. I wanna be clear. This song very much but i feel like i have a different reaction to it which we'll talk about. We got there. I don't want to give it away. Okay but i let's just say i'm wondering what's going on on the other end of this phone right. I'll you know what i'm saying enough fair enough i will. We will get into that but that is enough. The only maybe the maybe around. But i'm imagining a lot of holding the hand over the receiver and given a lot of this. I just got. I know this guy make make an god yum. Sorry does every year i got.
Brady Has 276 Yards, 5 TDs; Buccaneers Rout Falcons 48-25
"Tom Brady threw five touchdown passes and safety Mike Edwards returned two interceptions for scores to lead the Tampa Bay Buccaneers tool forty eight to twenty five victory over the Atlanta Falcons Brady hit Chris Godwin for one score and two each to rob Gronkowski and Mike Evans Evans enjoys whatever he's asked to do everything in its only anything I could do to help my team win I'll try to do that with the score touchdowns blocking get first downs whatever it is I'll try to do that Atlanta closed the gap to twenty eight to twenty five is Matt Ryan threw two touchdown passes body tossed three interceptions in the two pick sixes iced it for Tampa Bay I'm Tom Aikens
Ridder Helps No. 8 Bearcats Rally for 38-24 Win at Indiana
"Cincinnati forced for Indiana turnovers into thirty eight to twenty four win the number eight Bearcats trailed fourteen to nothing in the second quarter but grabbed the lead for good early in the fourth two plays stood out for three on Cincinnati a ninety nine yard kickoff return by tree talker and a Hoosier fumble on the Bearcats two in the fourth quarter Cincinnati cornerback Desmond Ridder passed for two hundred ten yards going to have time or or even were down fourteen on the wasn't loan faces there wasn't you know heads down or anything I use single caller Michael Penix was picked off three times as the un ranked Hoosiers fall to one in two Tom McCabe Bloomington Indiana
Protest for Jailed Capitol Rioters: Police Ready This Time
"U. S. capitol police say they're ready to respond if Saturday's rally in support of the January rioters turns violent this weekend this time there's a new capitol police chief appointed after the deadly insurrection in January that left law enforcement out powered and battered we're not going to tolerate violence and we will not tolerate criminal behavior of any kind chief Tom manger says they're not taking any chances this time with intelligence chatter suggesting violence could be on the minds of the demonstrators there have been personal threats we've had a number of threats specific threats coming again specific members of Congress Congress is not now in session the National Guard is being deployed in the capital and other key buildings are again protected with fencing Jackie Quinn Washington
Why Won't GOP Leaders Condemn Gen. Milley?
"Where is lindsey graham. Where is john kent. Where are these republican leaders who ought to be full-throated condemnation of gener- general milley. Here's the here's the tucker clip in context people with oversight seemed to be on his side this morning. Tom cotton. The republican senator from arkansas came on fox and friends to talk about mark milley. Here's part of that conversation. This book raises some serious concerns. That some of the allegations seem somewhat farfetched to me. But general secretary austin are going to be testifying in front of congress and just a few days and we'll address these concerns. Don't wanna jump conclusions yet. I know he will address it and will ensure that he addresses it but this is one of those claims. Obviously that seems a little farfetched idea that in american military general is going to warn adversary if an attack is coming as you say when donald trump was never even thinking about a military attack against china. The whole thing is pretty far fetched. We don't want to jump to conclusions yet. Really what conclusions at the time. That interview took place this morning in an already been. Conclusively establish that mark milley was pushing open. Racism on the united states military that he had bragged to fellow officers about resisting. The american president quote with guns and that he had told military officials that he not. The president controlled our country's nuclear arsenal. So much more evidence. Do you need exactly. And why does no one in washington consider this a crisis. The leadership of the pentagon some of them anyway consta- through the united states seems right to me. And frankly from where. I sit senator cotton and senator graham's milk toast response to. This crisis is pretty
Republicans Stay Mum as Details Emerge About Gen. Milley's Call to China
"Beast has gone from claiming that the bob woodward book might be wrong about general milley to now outright defending general milley in calling china secretly and warning them that if we attack them he'll let them know in advance and did show behind the commander-in-chief's back and now the line of the narrative is. There's nothing really wrong with holy crap. Have we gone from zero to sixty and twenty four hours tucker asked a pretty pointed question last night where where are the republicans on this. Where's tom cotton. Where's lindsey graham. Where are where are these hawks when it comes to what appears to be a blatant direct in your face act of treason as detailed by a forthcoming book. I'm really baffled here.
Biden Court Pick Says Brett Kavanaugh Is ‘Morally Bankrupt’
"Welcome back america. I'm hugh hewitt. Thank you for joining me. On this thursday morning senator. Tom cotton from arkansas. Is my guest. Good morning senator. Thank you for joining me. Good morning to you. It's good to be on with you as always. I've got a lot of things to covering begin. Perhaps counter intuitively with your on the senate judiciary committee. I played part of your questioning of the nominee jennifer sung the night circuit. I would not vote to confirm anyone who signs such a letter. Will you know of course not huge. Jennifer song is a far left lawyer who signed a letter the day after brett cabinet. I was nominated. I think she called him intellectually and morally bankrupt and predicted that people will die if he's confirmed Look i'm saying disagreeing with kavanagh's rulings. When he was a judge now justice. I disagreed with the here and there as well Disagreed much. every justice's rulings here and there. So i'm a lot more than others. Obviously but i'm not aware why you probably morally bankrupt and it is sung obviously couldn't predict the person or the person who has died in the last three years we vertibrak break capping off to the court. I gotta say no. That's just the tip of the iceberg. The by the ministration has nominated dozens. Maybe hundreds of people whose twitter feed. Show them to be totally unhinged. I i mean they really went off the deep end in the trump or some people that i genuinely respected from the obama era. Maybe i didn't agree with them all the time. But i thought especially in the world of national security. They were responsible sensible sober-minded professionals even if we had our disagreements here and there about say how to confront isis or What our policy iraq was. And then you look at me. Twitter speeds. When i come back in front of us to be confirmed this time around. And they sound like crazy people ranting in the
Learning From Evolution With Evolutionary Biologists Bret Weinstein & Heather Heying
"You guys said that we are not a blank slate but we are the blanket of slates. Which i think is a phenomenal way to put this idea and wanna tie that to the title and get your guys as take so. It's hunter-gatherers guide to the twenty first century. and so the way that i take that is that notion. You have to understand that you're a product of evolution that your brain is a product of evolution and then once you understand the forces of evolution in how we got here. Then maybe just maybe we can find our way out of it. So what are the key elements to being a product of evolution. That you think people miss that we must understand if we're going to navigate our way well out of this valley of evolution. Let me say. I That the title hunter-gatherers guide to the twenty first century evokes that sort of romanticised hunter-gatherer on the african savannah of the paleolithic. Which of course is a part of our human history and does have many lessons in it to teach us about who we are now and who can become but as we say in the book we are all parts of our history like we are not just hunter-gatherers. We are also right now post industrialists and their evolutionary implications of that. Go a little farther back a lot. Farther back depending on your framing. And we are agriculturalists. Go farther back. Were hunter-gatherers go further back were primates were mammals. Were fish all of these moments of our evolutionary history We'll have left their mark in us and have something to teach us about both what our capacities are and what our weaknesses are and what we can do going forward. And i would add the lessons from evolution. are both good and bad here. One thing that we realized that our students over the course of many years of teaching this material realized was that everything about our experience as human beings is shaped by our evolutionary nature. And that has a very disturbing upshot because we are fantastic creatures with an utterly mundane mention the very same mission that every other evolved creature has to logic genes in the future. And this actually explains the nature not only of our physical beings but of our culture and our perception of the world so understanding that all of that marvelous architecture is built for an utterly mind-numbing purpose is an important first. Step in seeing where to
Tom Wheaton, Founder of FadedSpade & Above the Felt, Shares What He's Up To
"Tom local back onto. Cpg sir it's been awhile while. Ben what's up brad. Do my thing chasing poker greatness as the title of the show is i guess and it's been a whirlwind few months last man but i appreciate the invite back. So what kind of poker greatness you've been chasing in this world wind of a few months last time you're on you know you talk about your new agency above the and there's more things have been added to your plate since then. Yes it's pretty wild man. So let's see how have i been chasing over greatness. Let's see on the poker side actually started playing live tournaments again We'll talk about that later but Getting into some of these world poker tour main main tour events has been something. I've really aspired to over the last few years Since i started my actual poker training back again and Was fortunate in fortunate enough this year to have a deep run at the w. p. t. seminal hardrock tournament Finishing thirtieth out of like twenty five hundred or something so it was like the great experience to get that deep. You know inexperienced that. Because i've never been that deep you know And it's a different ballgame and So that was great. I'm gonna fire up a few more here in the next couple of months with world poker tour with online Which we'll talk about. And then also you know for the waso p coming up on the business side. Man is trying to faded spade as much as i can. Try to grow the agency. Which is is ahead of where i thought it would be and the team would be. I told you that tom i could've told you that. The demand is going to be much higher. I think when you as soon as you were describing the idea to me. I was like this makes sense and this giant need in the industry. It's a slow and steady. But it's like it's it's password. I thought it would be after six months. And thanks for saying that man And through that work with the agency A couple of really great things have happened. So one offer darren elias. Who was part of above the felt from a talent perspective. We worked out a deal for him where he is becoming the brand ambassador of the party poker. Us network which. I know you asked me what is that. And we'll get into that and then while that was all going on. You know some of the relationships i built with the people during that process They've asked me to come be a poker marketing consultant for them over the next foreseeable future. And you know help them. What is happening here. Marketing team basically. What they're asking me to do is asked me to come in and craft all new strategic marketing plans for the party poker. us network which is forgot poker online plus bet. Mgm poker plus party poker new jersey in new jersey right then in pennsylvania. You've got mgm poker and borgata poker online in pennsylvania and michigan. You've got mgm poker. And all of that together is known as the party. Poker us network. The parent company is bet mgm. So they're asking me to come in and help support their team and develop some new marketing plans in terms of how they expand in those markets. They go to him. Why the dan what what they told me is when they realize like my corporate marketing leadership background in terms of doing this type of like leadership executive work In like the hotel resort industry and technology industry. And then i think they liked the fact that there was a blend of all this entrepreneurial experience and the poker industry over the last four years and i think just how got along during the discussions about bringing darren on as a brand ambassador. I think that all came together. And they were transparent with me and said you know we have this need the company and rethink. You could fill it. And i said you know what i would love to have that experience with you guys and let's talk about making that
FTX Teams up With Steph Curry & Tom Brady
"Tom brady and his wife giselle whose last name i can't pronounce ages caught a bag. I got twenty million dollars or doing like a minute and a half commercial for. Which is you know. Major crypto exchange. But besides that steph curry was involved. And i think this was wednesday is when it was announced that he was going be partnering up with fda as well so to the biggest names in american sports right now. Hoppy on the crypto. Y'all crypto hype train and doing it with fda access has been making waves all year. Long as steve. If you remember. But the my hand miami heat's at arena. I guess arena stadium. Basketball arena will now be the fda arena A major east boards organization at tsn. They actually sold away their naming rights so their official name is actually. Tsm teac now. Now this is all within the last six months. This is the happening so wild times are fda and big moves as well.
"tom my" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"What time i'm always grateful to get to talk to you and thank. Thanks for coming on bullseye. And thanks for having me on. Jessie i appreciate it. Tom sharp link. It never ends is the name of his memoir. It's touching and very funny. Thank you tom for coming into our studio to do this interview and for being vaccinated so we can talk safely. That's the end of another episode of bulls eye. Bulls eye is created from the homes of me and the staff of maximum find in and around greater los angeles california and from our office says in the beautiful westlake neighborhood of los angeles overlooking macarthur park. Where recently in our neighborhood. There have been a bunch of neo-fascist coming out on the weekends to act like jerks and i just want to say that in our neighborhood and in our city and at our company we think that trans rights or human rights and we stand with and care about our transgender colleagues and family members and friends and neighbors. The show is produced by speaking into microphones. Our senior producer kevin ferguson. our producer is. Hey soussan broszio production fellows at maximum fund. Our richard roby and valor moffitt. We get help from casey. O'brien are interstitial. Music is by dan. Wally also known as dj w our theme song is by the go team. Thanks to them into their label memphis industries for sharing it. They've got a brand new record in store. That is great. You can also keep up with bullseye on twitter. Facebook and youtube. We post our interviews in all of those places. And i think that's about it just remember all great. Radio hosts have a signature. Sign off bullseye. With jesse thorn is a production of maximum fund dot org and is distributed by npr. This message comes from npr sponsor. Click up a productivity tool that saving people one day a week by bringing all your work into one place click up brings your tasks stocks skulls chat and more into one. It's free forever. So sign up today at. Click up dot com slash npr..
"tom my" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"It's me every week. I'm still the same me. All i all i i figure with the show. I'm just going to do all of it. Sometimes i wanted seib sometimes. I wanna be deathly serious. Sometimes i wanna be super encouraging and positive. Sometimes i wanna be crabby. That's me bringing all of my head to the thing and if you do it for as long as i have done it. You're going to get all of that at one point or another and it's not my responsibility to i don't have to suddenly make have play a sound effect when it's just like the toms joking now. Like what a bummer. That would be more fun to parse through the stuff. And i wonder if he was joking. Now that's the best i wish. Why don't i have a me. Listen i think you do. I think you just do doing this for myself. Actually i have been. Oh no another whole truth. Just hit me. I'm my own biggest fan. I'm doing the show for myself. I knew that already. I knew us doing the show for myself. That became very clear for the first two years the show and no one liked it. It was clear. I was doing the show for a very small amount of people and that was the that was the time to get out where it's like if i lose based on audience reaction if that was going to dictate whether i kept at it or not. I would've been gone because it wasn't there and one thing that does get lost on people is when it was called the best show on. Wfan new it was meant to kind of tease. The other shows on wfan mu. It was a joke of title. Because i was the lowest person on the ladder. Your i sound of america. Rear like motown I can do. i guess. I'm the next in line for that. Berry gordy jesse thorn. You get angry email a week but but there is a there. The the context for it over time has that has gotten lost. A little bit is that it was it was such a dumb joke to call it the best show because it was like who does he think he is saying like. I've been on the station for fifteen years. I've the most popular show in the stations. Like this guy says he's doing the best show on the station and there were dj's who were not happy with that title but then it was double it was not doubly exponentially funnier that no one liked show and i was calling it that food. That's the that's perversely. Funny joke to me but then over time people are like oh maybe it is a show. I don't think it's the best show. I like it a lot but it's not me. It's not the best people debate. It's like you give people chance to debate thing if you make a bold statement do you get that. I promise you that we would talk a little bit about your childhood and adolescence. So i i wanna do that Your mother was seriously ill through most of your childhood. When we're you aware that she was sick. I got around. Eight is when Yeah like eight has an still has. She's she's still hanging in there Just a blood disorder. That she's had to deal with her whole her whole adult life and yeah that was just one of those things were suddenly everything changes when that happens then life is just different that now. There's a lot of time in the hospital. A lot of time Doctors offices her getting surgeries procedures. Just every kind of thing to try to figure this out and it was also something that was a very unconventional thing that they they just weren't answers for so there was always a sense of what is this. How can how can she get help So there were. There was a frustrating unknown quality. All too not just like well. It's it's this disease and this is how this disease gets treated. The doctors were trying to straighten up figure out. What is this. we don't know what it is. How come this has happened. Let's try this. That didn't do anything so we'll try that that didn't do anything we got a few result. Here they'll go talk to another doctor and see what they think about that. It was just a giant ongoing Just journey through the unknown and Yeah but that was one of those things that it just. It kind of feels like. It's just like yeah childhoods kind of over now. Even though you're not an adult yet. I could feel the responsibility of of being part of my family showed up and so i said well what can i do to just help. And it's just way too early for a kid to start carrying that stuff. Even the i think. I was always kinda came off like i could handle. Things came off like a like a like. Oh you're like a little adult like kids just aren't little adults no matter what how they can present that they just aren't they. They their capacity to truly handle huge things like that is very low. They will bear whatever that is in some weird way at some other point. It's just going to. It's going to leave a mark. I guess is what it in one of some kind of thing. It's just a kids are just kids are very strong and they're also just very very fragile also at the same time because you don't know what it is and there's also there is nothing for you as a child to do about it and that must have been an awful feeling like not just knowing that the person is supposed to take care of you can't take care of you but knowing that even if you assume the mantle of responsibility which is absurd but you don't necessarily know that that there's like nothing you can do works like it's like you know you're you're a kid you can't you can't change things or fix things but when you're in that when you're in that black and white thinking of kids it's like you can be good or you can be not good or bad and to like say i want to be good. I wanna help and it's just do you. Just start doing that. And then it just becomes just like a pattern and then the pattern becomes kinda like a compulsion to just always trying to let me fix it. I can i can. I know i can if i trial a harder. Maybe i can fix it like we got. I did okay. Maybe the difference between things getting better or things not getting better is My effort the the the intensity of effort and that was just. Yeah that.
"tom my" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"Suddenly gets their power. Usually things like that are not as cut and dried as that suddenly like. This is my thing. And i am doing great at it right away. I know this is for me. And in retrospect i guess it makes sense when you think of The way people talk getting on stage when they say like as soon as i got up there i knew i was born to live on a stage and i knew i was definitely not born to live on a stage that i learned that Very quickly. but i did. Feel in the microphones like yeah. This is it. this is my this is my place and it really was special. And i didn't wanna stop doing it when you're being funny behind a microphone is very unusual circumstance. It is one of the only situations where you are performing funniness without feedback O it's and getting kind of that felt like something. There was like a taming of the silence in a way where it was like. You could say the funniest thing you've ever said in your life and the response you get is pure silence. It's and it. I've seen people come on the best show. Just the funniest people and this is before. Like a pre pre podcasts era. There was still a novelty for most people getting in front of a microphone and if they were ever on the radio they were on for ten minutes on a promotional thing on a mainstream station and they never really would settle down or do a a longer form conversation or longer form comedy and i would see those people just get like rattled by it and then they kinda press. Because it's just like. I got maybe to get this little this laughter. I need to just start. I gotta start steamrolling. People and i gotta go faster and just get and it's like no you actually have to kind of just kind of le- let it just happen and it's just it's really there's just this sense of the silence is so scary at first but then when i got a hold of it it was my favorite part of the show on my favorite part of the show still is kind of just riding silence in in the middle of conversation. If i'm if i'm or just a monologue arrived on caller. I'm just talking. I love just letting them. Silence to sit there and it spooks people. But it's like no. That's my friend. The silence is my friend and silence can be your friend too if you just trust the silence. It's not a silent isn't necessarily bad but it's scary. You know what that's like those first moments when you say something and then it's just like i got nothing back like nothing. Because because the people who get thrown the most worst stage performers they were used to just immediate response. I said a funny thing here laughter and then they in their mind. They're just like oh. No i'm bombing. It's like no you're not. There's just nobody here to laugh. He's got to trust somebody out. There thinks it's funny. We've got so much more with tom. Sharp coming up. Stay with us. It's bullseye for maximum fund dot org and npr. This message comes from npr sponsor. Odom running a company as hard but over six million people found a way to make it easier. Thanks to odor. Odu is a suite of business. Applications designed to streamline automate and simplify any competent odu has apps for crm accounting e commerce manufacturing inventory management. You name it oh dude got it. Each app is user friendly intuitive and fully integrated for a free trial of odu goto. od dot com slash bullseye. Good question. That's a really good question. The question free therapy. Thank you for asking me that god. That's a good question. That's an interesting question but what fresh air interviews are really about are the interesting answers. Listen and subscribe to fresh air from whyy an npr. Welcome back to bullseye. i'm jesse thorn. If you're just joining us my guest. Is tom sharp line. Tom is a comedy writer. he's also the host of the best show. A radio show and podcast. That's been going for over two decades earlier this year. Tom row his first book. It's a memoir called. it never ends. The book is heartbreaking and funny and features among other things one of the most brutal. Billy joel take downs in the history of music criticism. Let's get back into our interview. Once you to hold me. I think maybe it was. You're on the air. Some but i feel like it was in conversation perhaps because your show so intimate but You told me about after september eleventh driving the sitting in the parking lot of a trader joe's in eating an entire trader joe's cheesecake done september twelfth. Yeah that's how. I spent the day after nine eleven in new jersey. Where if you looked at the sky you saw all the smoke if you drove to wfan mu which was right on the on the water on the jersey city. Right on the hudson that it's the smoke and the smell of burning metal and that My way of coping listed to just go to trader joe's and need an entire cheesecake on the spot. But yeah but the. I did say that on the radio but you. But that's that's a huge compliment too and i mean it and like the reason it struck me and the reason it stuck in my mind other than it being a funny and moving story is simply that it was the rare instance that i had heard. You describe your feeling directly. Okay and i had trusted you to be sincere. I mean i think. I trusted you to be sincere when you were nice to me. Twenty years ago. And i was and yeah but one of the things just see. The whole show is sincere. I might put on a little little play for people here and there and maybe heighten things and goof around in the name of entertainment but i..
"tom my" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook
"Brazil. Then we staring at pete holmes amos we are figuring out when we get all the way in. We actually meet the flunks in. They're the flags lives in the the flunks. Which is a thing that i think you made up. When you use the word flunks. I still you're going to deny it. I'm gonna say you made it up on the spot but now apparently that's in the story now. As as what an animated character that lives impede holmes amos we're trying to practically yep. It's fell to a lot of foam Can i pick something that i've been working on. Oh yeah i guess i mean thompson pigeon evening someone apple owes me a huge favor so i can. I secured a commercial for tom. Book the movie. It does have to run during a promo for tat lhasa. Though so if we're okay with that. I have everyone's signatures sure so now. This is so the commercial runs during another commercial. Yeah i i need to figure out a way to like have watch ted. Lhasa goes like let's look at some game film from the soccer man building exercise. Yeah and then the game Yama football coach. That plays a different coaches at different sport. Now kevin. What did you do for them. Like what what what. Yeah why does lied and gore. i don't know if i should admit that you lied in court for them. Yeah for your never saw. Mike daisy at the factory mike who see wow wow. That was impressive. burned him. It was really good but tom. I want you to feel comfortable with it. I don't think we can lose what we have but if there are scenes you want us to add that you feel tell your story more thoroughly like is there something he wants to be in it. He wants to be in the movie tom. This is that what this is tom. Just tell us you want to be in the movie. We will find a place for you. I don't want to be in the movie. Be the nipples dad. I'm great so what am i dislike. What give me some sample dialogue. Well year you're then infos dad and you are of course the valet and At the country at the country club And you play by pete. Holmes are like pull up in the in the guidi. Yeah don't he egypt. How overhand whips his keys in you liking basically full full pitching motion Like overhand yet. Like oh yeah like a whole wind up like just like cranks his arms up and just and yeah kicks his leg out the wearing or throw the kids at yeah. Fish hunter style. you're wearing shorts. You're watching paul up with your daughter. He's nude I'm in shorts. He's nude yes. See again and this is like see how it helps see how it actually visualize the scene to see it. Yeah and yes. He is throwing a four seam.
"tom my" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook
"Book. Isn't that expensive. I mean it's a twenty something dollars for the book. I don't know why you'd have to sell all your stuff to just get. You have to noon. The asham can shine those kind of like the how the i pee wee cats. We didn't which overall deal was which one you was holding veal. And that was a previous host of the show who is no longer been slain. Yeah and risen in his place is the man you see before you out so much the stronger for his journey. I so do you ever think about so think about this there's At one time there is a ship and the ship is about this k. And one of the pieces fell off and say oh. Turn the put in new pieces new ship piece please. Okay now this other piece it's fall off. We put a new pieces in for this now as well. Hey no two pieces and i. Suddenly every different pieces of the ship falls off. All the plan has been replaced with these different pieces. Now is the new ones k. Is this the same ships are is. This has simply become a new ships This is like me except with a lot of my skin is falling off at different Time of day. I wake up and so bad is basically skin central just a pile of skin and so a lot of skin and i'll say also that parts of my face and parts of my arm are in the bed are under the bed and we s- clean them up and lo and behold now new skin arm face and by the same man i was so i've become basically two or three different guys since that holding bill and the time it takes. Yes you know. Every seven months every cell in your body has been completely replaced with a new ship peace. Sure sure now at so so so so. What you're saying is why your taste changes tom of you ever noticed. You'll be like oh. I love peanut sauce. And i can't get enough of it and then seven months later you go. This makes me sick The site of peanut sauce makes me wanna vomit. But i can't take out drinking vinegar. You take out your snifter for the night and you You have it filled up with peanut sauce and like you smell and i wanna drink dire thug. Any who am i this man. Whose entire identity was mr snifter of peanut sauce. And now i've become just the vinegar guy or all right now is how what does this have to do with you and non was going to. I was just getting rid. And sean is sort of mr. Ip have you gotten any calls recently. from representatives saying that A big powerful company has purchased the film rights to your book No i have not okay. Well you may want to check your phone. It should be coming through soon but i mean i get i get a fair amount of spam risk. That's us that's your production. Company is called spam risk and we are and and by the way were as prevalent as spam whereas resilient whereas assault universal adaptable whereas delicious. And we are going to take over this industry and project one for spammers productions. Is tom book. Whatever this book the book is also tom. It's not called tom book. Notice this. yeah i've noticed. That was frustrating. Yeah i don't know how far in how deep in you are terms of the name. If you could call it tom book. It would just say so. What is the name of this book. it's called. it never ends. You can see why this from a movie. Perspective is not gonna work we cannot have it. Say that so you..
"tom my" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook
"A little while they've been submissions for third boy. People think matt apodaca should be the third boy that has been floated out by the wolf l. Like like like a like a modest mouse said right float followed that one flowed on. And what i say. Hey buddy whenever some big guy. Trying to bully buddy. Aren't you flowed. That's mas massive float on amtra walkup. Vont he drove off here sometime. Live key yeah to mature. Tara say i think my third boy status is pretty much a pretty much a lock at this point. Well you just laughed it off who how ocean breathes salty young gang. Yeah love it. Tom beatles. Tom buck tom book. Talk book about the book. You wanna see tom. How excited i am i. Do i made all this space. Oh my goodness look at that. You are ready for that many copies. He's going to need. You can see. I have to completely empty bookshelves behind me. And this entire room is empty in case for in case there's another book yes the ultimate up. Let's start loading it up. I've been ordering it. I've been ordering it off a syria you'll see. My entire spaces is empty as well And i've been doing just if you recall when blake shelton went on Jimmy fallon program and played the luminaires song dressed as a chicken and it sounded a little like.
"tom my" Discussed on Good For You
"Welcome to the show. My good friend. Tom score is here as you can see by this poster. That's over me. You guys love intro. So you know from your mom's house his famous stand up Stylings ball hog. Your mom's house live and to bear one case which is a show that he hosts and now he's here get ready for conversational match.
"tom my" Discussed on John Bartolo Show
"Happy with We bullshitted our way into a contract with at the time was yousef ick hold that mic is little clue political a us army special forces command To do an assessment for them. we basically. we're a three person company. And we pitch them. As name's tom. Kubeck leading authority on small arms and weapons storage. We think we can solve your problem. We made the damn thing. there was. There was no experts. We just claimed it and we got the contract. Spent two years touring their armories interviewing it. Their arms really spend close time watching these guys work And it was during that time that we came up with the cradle grid. Weapons storage concept. I use the term. At the time home depot development we literally went to home depot. And said how do we store stuff. I wanted a system that was compatible with these guys. The operators could solve problems down range. They could source. Materials would work in their armory without having to be proprietary. You know most of the guys in my industry want proprietor. They want them. Everything you buy has to come from me. Well with our system they go to hardware store and the goodbye components that would work and would help them solve problems and the military loved it kind of took off. I think it's it's very smart but were you. Did you always thank you. End up in this business or is it just a advantageous. It's i had no idea. My my whole life has been about. I tell people i just turned over the next rock. I was working company in in computer supplies. That sort of thing computer storage at one point in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight ninety nine early internet i created about forty different websites all different kinds of products and crossbows to computer. Just seeing. what would happen It was tape. Rack dot com for storing computer tapes. That became number one in yahoo and we ended up becoming the largest seller tape racks in america. I mean it was just. It was crazy stuff. But i was really random. Just stuff against the wall. The seeing where i could find. Seo because nobody knew as he arrived at time of course and we kinda got lucky at first and then the weapons storage thing though. Once i saw what was going on arms it became more personal to me of these guys are risking their lives at the end of the gulf war. I said you know we're what can we do to improve the warfighter capabilities and that really became the mantra of the company All through up to about two thousand eleven on those a big change. Sequestration hit it decimated. Our company i went five months sequestration government. Cutbacks forced military cutbacks. We won't five months without getting a single order. Every two weeks payrolls coming out every trying to run this business and just bleeding cash. I ended up laying off most of the staff. End up selling most of my personal. I mean just i never. My kids never knew how bad it was. We got to the point of. We're going to sell the house and we picked up a couple of things started..
"tom my" Discussed on FrazlCast - A World of Warcraft Podcast
"So I appreciate that see the twos are made us because I used to. It's. All these kids. So that's that's probably why. I'm still a kid at heart and so many everyone is. What would you say an obstacle that you've had overcome in podcasting insecurity? Yes I think insecurity I noticed sounds bad. But I'm not going to lie everyone who produces something wants people to experience it. Yeah. I know that some people say and it's very at marketable that they go like I don't care if people download or listen to me I fucking do. Care people listen to what creates because I put time and effort in it and It's nice to sometimes see that people are at least you know listening to yourself at least you got a tiny bit of acknowledgment. There are. So when that doesn't happen in the beginning, you do wonder what's wrong with me. What did I do wrong and I think I've gotten over that 'cause nowadays I'm like you know when some complaints about Eddie thing on the podcastone like well, that's that's a you problem that Tom my. Because I'm happy whereabouts with the PODCAST. But I think insecurity was big thing in the beginning I think thinking you're not good enough Know I've stopped myself sometimes reaching out to certain people because I was afraid of rejection. Whereas now I would be like well yeah. Okay. What's the worst that can say `no. Fine. I'll try find someone else. That's that's really it. I think that's the biggest thing it pulls sketchy, and then of course, you get the the technical stuff that you're like, why is this happening to me we've. Recordings getting lost or sound, really weird or anything like that or guest sometimes not even showing up its stuff like that. Happens yeah. You know and that's something that you can learn from But I think the biggest thing for me was insecurity everything that you said I,.
"tom my" Discussed on Nerd On! The Podcast
"Tom My first one, and at the time. I was working this desk job. That just allowed me to read. Comics because I would see. Three people a day and I absolutely fell in love and I was telling Tom during the run of this that I. Hadn't bought weekly comics for like ten years, and this series got me on a list on a pickup list at my local comic book shop because they knew I'd be coming. In every Wednesday to pick up. The new issue of Hickman's house affects powers of ten. Being someone who is an men fan since I was a little kid, there is a lot of I'm cautious to use the word fan service. Because, it's not necessarily fan service in the way that you would think. But it rewards fans who have new fans but hand to have been a fan of the series for a long time like myself. Fan Service Fan reward. I guess it's a lot of things that. that. People like myself were. Like completely speechless by things. We thought we'd never see things we. Always thought would be Kinda cool like it kind of hits. Every mark I didn't know I wanted hit. And I every think almost every single issue left me with going like what the fuck are. They GonNa do this. How did this what? Just the way it's written is is a very. I almost want to say Nolan. Kind of way of of Writing Comic Book in the best way possible where it does have that that like Oh. Here's some information. In the future, and then we're GONNA. Go back and be like Oh. That's why Oh my God. Yes, that makes sense. So, I really loved it and and to. To get to the point of this is is X.. Men has been a mess for the last couple of years, and as far as the continuity goes Bye Bye, no one's fault. Riders pick what they wanted and what they liked and they can ignore some things whatever and so the thing that Jonathan Hickman is done here with the reset and kind of putting his foot down and being like these are the Omega Mutants. And that's that is very very very refreshing. And I've said it on our update episodes, but like if you're looking for a place to jump in house, empowers was the perfect reset for all of this and it just took characters. In places. I just never thought I would see and I'm I'm just I to? This I've read this. Three or four times and watch. The comics explained like twice and I'm just I can't get enough of it in in many ways. It's a it's. Almost like the perfect expert Bible in a sense it's. It's. A very very very solid foundation. For everything that's launched since And put everyone in very. Put The X.. Men in a very unique position that I can't remember a time that they've. Been in ever. So? That's that. So with that everyone comic that might give everyone some ideas of what the grump of members are going to be. So we'll move onto our next two segments which are going to be our brief Synopsis Obsolete. And then it's difficult productions, and the. Team will be read by Ma and it's not going to be difficult because I'm going off of comic solids. webs. Oh okay. If you. WanNa go to comics allergy. DOT COM SLASH! Nerd on.
"tom my" Discussed on Everything is Filk
"Buy own on the building. Oh everything aluminium occasion capitol hill beer chips controls the personality. We see instead of giving me my baby. I should that works and give us the starring roles water news the galaxy sewer everything. Do ally got a the rat. Go back it. Everything is spill is reported in austin texas by andrew mckee paulette's reserved questions or comments about show females suit dot com for more information on music at dragon visit dot dragon con dot o._r._g..
"tom my" Discussed on Everything is Filk
"Okay he saved he saves the really really great stuff for the for the pay on the the paid for tutorials but <hes> but the basic stuff that he gives you is very solid and i'm going to be using a lot of that. As foundational things not not the videos themselves but just my interpretation reputation of of stuff that i learned from him <hes> because it's very very comprehensive and the nice thing is that he will take his time explaining explain everything and he'll play multiple times vacc- you can actually hear the differences in what he's doing which a lot of people won't a lot of people's okay. Here's how you do it. Leads leads a small little thing on your dog. You can't see what the screen is doing and and and you know maybe titles tell you what's going on and maybe not just the the name of the video supposed to clue you in his what's going on. It's like i have no idea what you doing. I don't know you you might want to explain this <music>. There's one piece of software that <hes> that have got for generating basically basically working on a classical arrangements and i'm just starting to play with that and it was kind of pricey but i got an on sale okay great. Let's take a look at this. This looks like really really cool stuff and the instructional videos explain a few of the functions and then say things like okay. Hey this is generated based on question and answer. What do you mean by question and answer in this context and i've been searching searching the manual. I've been searching videos. I have no idea what this is generating a musical phrase based on question and answer or just on answer or i'm question what yeah i hope. They have a good forum somewhere but anyway now you see here now. We're babbling about sex stuff but it is fun. Yeah it is it is once you get into it. If you like with our music. If you enjoy it you can really dig in deep and have a good time with it is very artistic and creative as long as you get that informational basis yup found and i apologize because you wanted to cut. This short probably going longer than you want to happen. I mean this is. It's you so you put us together in a room. We're going to talk for a while and does your very nine next thing. You know you lose an hour. It just happens with now. I do want to tell everybody listing who stuck through this whole podcast commend who to just yeah. I mean make sure tom smith gets to dragon. Con go check out his website in within the next week and he should have some new music up there erin by it all right now already got like twenty albums up there. Oh we don't have it. I just assume most people listening to this probably have all your stuff but if if they don't yeah i mean i noticed you had a collection of all of your stuff in one download that that's a band camp function. It's a very nice one. Yeah okay it basically youths thirty-five percent discount on the the set price for everything there. It's like click that and i think it's what i eight or nine concerts shirts and whole bunch of single tracks that haven't been putting on yet and albums and albums and albums so the best way to help tom. You know wait a week. Gets all the stuff up up and then by everything that's that's what i'm asking yeah do that. That's an and if you go to my patriot which is a patriot dot patriots dot com slash super. Tom and you sign up there than you'll get only new music ahead of everybody else. That's true <hes> yeah. You said you told me before we were talking before before the podcast that you <hes> that that that song that we listened to before we went on patriot i right as a matter of fact i got. I haven't yet uploaded the band camp. That's a bed and breakfast so yes so wow so we kinda got an exclusive post patriotic that giving you sensitive content here on the android podcast. Yes everything is okay well. Thanks very much for spending some time and talking about stuff and sorry about <hes> how your last few months have gone but i'm confident that everything everything will come together and we'll see a dragon. Everything will work out one way or the other and i'm gonna do everything i can to get dragged con. I've i've only missed the one year since two two thousand four and i love it. It's it's one of my home. Cons definitely is one of the best wouldn't be the same without you. Seriously will thank okay.
"tom my" Discussed on Everything is Filk
"Alternate universe lost and found stopping for free. Brochure is your osbour- sumare more wonderland bound combs guide and if you feel like you've got the board into the sick. The next world remind all god's as long as no extra charge if we can get injured veep we're here for you. They all also <music> offer void and get a mandolin in here. It's great you just do do any damn thing with it but <hes> but yeah i've been doing for a few years the kind of panel final that you do which is to say a beginner getting into creating music and recording panel i think i think the biggest difference between the two of us is that i've been trying to focus on people who know nothing gotcha a recording okay and because i i i i attended several panels not any yours at this point okay i. I attended a couple of years along the way in annual good stuff in there but there were some where it's like okay. We're going to tell you how to get into recording and by the time it's done okay you know by the time it's halfway done. It was breaking down into a microphone wars. There's and software wars. It's like no no you gotta have gotta have this particular. You know sure thirty nine. No no no you gotta have this p._d. And it's like the beginners eyes are glazing liaising over. It's not helpful. It's not helpful when you get in a year words on that say here. Here's what a cord is yeah. Here's what a musical physical style is here. Here's some software to try and here do this with it. You know you all need audacity download <unk> download that i kind of tried to approach it more with the knowledge about how to do things and i i try to emphasize that you can use a really low quality computer mike and somebody else who doesn't know what they're doing could use a really high quality ten thousand dollar microphone and years duffle surround better. If you know what you're doing engineering absolute and that's that's what people tend to not understand at first but then you have the truth. The gear or is less important than understanding how to use it <hes> exactly now now. It's these days with presets in the quality of software. It's less less of a thing than it used to be. <hes> people can make stuff sound pretty decent without much knowledge because okay vocal okay open the vocal preset on their the effects us come on and it'll sound okay but yeah but it's it's. It's still nice to have. The foundation of knowledge says actually doing yeah yeah. I mean got it. I'm a big fan of the y. You know. You can't really understand what how to make a decision about these things. If you don't understand why it works the way it does and once you do that brings you the good stuff so yeah totally understand so this is a thompson music machines. You can find it on facebook. Yeah excellent excellent yet definitely not 'cause <hes> believe me. There is no such things one resource to learn everything music that sounded as as as a matter of fact. I will recommend one of the best ones that i use okay is the recording revolution dot com okay now. The thing is <hes> the guy who does that. <hes> he has a program on mixing and he has programming recording. He's got a lot of stuff that he sells or tries to so and if you sign up you'll get about four or five emails will be trying to sell you stuff yeah but he's got a lot of free stuff. He's got a lot of free articles on a lot of free videos especially lots of things on youtube but youtube channel which will give you solid practical advice on beginning to intermediate.
"tom my" Discussed on Everything is Filk
"<hes>. I guess we heard one of your new songs. Can i throw in a a one of your classic songs from your show last year. Drank sure sneak win me getting there okay now now. This is one. I particularly like <hes> me. This is my taste so i'm totally just you know it's my podcast. I can get away with it in the alternate universe lost and found is i think that's the title right yet is the title okay and i just <hes> yeah. That always makes me laugh and it's it's. It's kind of <hes> i. I don't know if it's a commercial free <hes> commercial service or a p._s._a. Roy <unk> on non non commercials but it seemed a thing yeah the the more the song goes on the more. It's just kind of like oh my gosh yes i and that why have i not thought of this before kind of way i will i will point out something at this point all right and and this is maybe <hes> sticking sticking something on people's noses that they don't necessarily have to have one of the things that both of us talk about when we're doing our our panels on getting people into recording music is that there are gear wars all over the place. You know it's like okay. Do we a us reaper. Do we use logic brody. We use this microphone to use that studio monitor speakers we use this this that that did and it doesn't matter because the listener at the end doesn't care what year you use as long as it sounds good yeah now. It happens that this song this recording that you've got a a this this is from the life show last year <hes> from the sunday show last year. Yes the sunday show yeah. I was gonna say it's i. I think it sounds pretty good. Okay the studio recording of this also sounds pretty good but if you compare it with the mortar bed-and-breakfast recording which is from this this year all right. I've learned a bit in the last thirteen years and my mixes or solid and you can tell that and there's a couple of things in in the past. I love to go back and a remix. I gotta find the files and see if i can but it's just like if anybody out there is inspired to try recording and everything if you've been <hes> listening to andrew talk about getting into recording if you've been checking out his panels dimensions even checking on my panels practice does make perfect at least at least it improves it heavily. I am such a better engineer than i was when i first started doing this twenty three years ago. It's it's it's not even funny. It's it's i mean there's experience with knowing how to do something or tricks to make something sound a certain way but i think a lot of it the major a percentage of it is training your ear being able to hear the subtle differences between a and b it takes time you can't when you first started and you try doing very subtle effects on things and you can't tell the difference i mean you have to do it in a serious major way to be able to tell l. and then you just say well. I hope the subtle thing is good too but later it's <hes> i mean gradually your ear starts to be able to hear these very slight changes changes with just raising frequency by one point five decibels which must be something like that and it's also few learn along the way e you so you can be taught the stuff but it's it's going by feel a lot of the earliest oh yeah and the other thing that i think people have trouble figuring during out is that <hes> there is no wrong here. Absolutely.
"tom my" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook
"Appropriate. Tom is sort of this no book. He's like a book lis-. Man. Yeah. But he has hair. Well, yeah. Tom. Julie. Tom. You know, he's here. And Hello, Tom. Not enough. New york. Lin sanity. Bird. What's up guys? Juliana meet a move. She seems to have something big planned. Hi, tom. Thank you so much for accepting our invitation to be here. What are you doing? Well. Things are going pretty good for me. Lately. If I do say, so myself, okay. Are we good? Could we move on? Or do you know? No, no, okay. I look so many times I come on this thing, and I'm failing and you guys laugh at me. And it's a big. But I'm on the upswing. I got things. Thank you. Thank you guys. Got it. I have gone into podcasting. And okay, I started to new podcasts. One is we gotta move onto jewelry. One is me Terron ask through the Bruce Springsteen catalog one meta time. Wait, wait. What are you doing? Hey, you two are the boss. Okay. Yeah. Pretty sweet. So you say you're tearing ask through the catalog. You mean, you are listening to the song we take on this stuff? Kelly. Rob or Robert cause some people call them robber. Okay. Yeah. That's right. Because your thank you. The. Part of that. Like, your cell stand up man seen the table seller table. Yeah. The table. I've heard that both of you guys can give as good as you get at that table. Is that right? And we treat about Jeffrey. Yes about just how this guy works at a grocery store now..
"tom my" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything
"I would argue did send those contracts and that's on them. That's billion years man. Sometimes you get a plan, some roses for Tom Cruise and Kidman and the grand scheme of things that's not bad. No. I mean, look, would I like to be compensated for that work? Maybe, but if you keep Zeno away, hey, hey, flower day. Keeps statements one by one thing like nobody who did that stuff complain. They all had a blast. It sounds like like doing it. Yeah, maybe I don't like when people will, would you like, would you kiss somebody else was really religious about a another religion? Would you think that was weird? Yeah, I don't go see Kevin Sorbo movies while you shit. They've got really good. Yeah, I think he just did the like God is dead to anytime. I'll tell you what to God's, not dead to also God's dead. Gods actually did somebody got. Somebody's been God liberals killed him. Yes, Dom crews. I. Yeah. I mean, you can't be like that involved. Hey, but yeah, Tom Cruise. Volve and and. Never talk about it and turn seemingly turn a blind eye towards everything. While the head of that Colt is your best friend, your best man and everything like, yeah, no, he's he's complicit and all this at the very least, you know who my best man was Tom, Tom Cruise. Wow. Did he ride a motorcycle at your wedding ceremony? Buddy. Did wheelies motorcycle a while. You're a little disappointed because you're like, wow, yeah, he's really into stunts and like, hey, don't get me wrong. We lease cool. It was a Whealy into Donut thing. It was great. Oh, into like. Donut shop well into married in the parking lot of a Donut. Shop. Now where we met, it's where we go. Yeah. Well, because they put yesterday's donuts out the back in their free Niro's going on and on about them like they're not for free throwing them out him. They started locking that dumpster, Rick. What our wedding day. They left the padlock. Oh, that's sweet. That's nice. Do that's the star power of Tom Cruise? Exactly. Hey, crews is doing donuts and we lease back there. Keep the padlock off tonight. He jumped on that couch on Oprah and was like, I love Katie Holmes, fine, whatever we all did America sweetheart. I would have done that. Although I did see a story planted in page six, I believe. Something has to be planted in page. I think he'd just send it to them. Yeah, exactly. Here's page six or like us weekly or something. I don't know why I was reading it, but back when they were married husband and wife sharing a marital bed, Tom. She ran Katie Holmes did ran the God is your favorite thing to talk about, Tim. I can't even tell you how many times I've heard you bring this up. Think about this twenty four this all the time. Yup, because I'm not. I'm not shitting on you. This is fascinating. Honestly, three or four times a week. I think insane. This is Katie Holmes runs the New York City marathon. There's a, there's a blurb about it in page six or us weekly or something because she didn't publicize it. Nobody knew she was doing it. They were like, and then you know, like, you know, they were keeping track of where she was because Tom Cruise couldn't just wait along the, he'd be mobbed people. Notice. They waited for like just before she was like coming over the hill for the finish line, Tom Cruise, like stepped up to the finish line to cheer on his wife is child bride. Katie Holmes, finishing the New York City marathon. She finishes it and then the reporter, the journalist documenting this claims. She runs up to. She goes through the finish, runs up to Tom Cruise. In insist here I am baby signed, sealed delivered. I'm yours and the kiss and they kit. That didn't happen how we she's an actress. She's a professional actors, but she have dairy, but she, she, she delivers the Stevie Wonder line and everybody's just like, oh, this is a normal thing. Twenty miles. Well, there were a bunch of how am I supposed to believe that actually happened. But I remember. People pulling him out all over people pointing out like weird..
"tom my" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!
"Tom need to win seven here we go this is for the game fill in the blank this week the trump administration announced new sanctions against blank russia yes on tuesday trump visited california to review prototypes for his blank the wall right this week spacex founder blanks at his mar spaceship would be ready for short trips doubter space sometime next year on month a man in china who adopted a puppy was surprised but his pet grew up to be a blank oh it grew up to be snow panther no grew up to be a black bear on fly that united down on thursday on thursday a new study named finland the world's blankets country happy on this week the fda move to lower the blank content and cigarettes nicotine right on sunday key test kitchen introduced a new hamburger made from blank all those little leftover parts that might be better meal worms according to the chefs that i care the burger is made from equal parts of beet root parsnips potato and ground mealworm we know what you're thinking gross who'd ever eat a hamburger maybe with beet root don't worry though the chef say these test kitchen foods will not make the way to the cafes anytime soon so you can eat your meat balls confident that the all they contain is pure one hundred percent horsemeat bill did tom do well enough to take it away from oh why he got thirteen but mos sixteen.