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"tom parker" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:14 min | 1 d ago

"tom parker" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"He said, oh, it never had a roof because that's where the girls changed close and Elvis liked to look out and watch him. Oh, how interesting was that in the new time? So I don't know, but we didn't bother the property that the dirt idea didn't work and but it was a pretty interesting slap me silly for thinking Elvis had some weird predilections. I've never heard that before. No, but I thought it was great. I mean, he never did anything strange. I just remember looking down there and seeing no Ruth and asking the guy about it. Maybe a tornado just hit one part of the pool house, but no, it was where the girls changed the clothes. I didn't realize. I mean, I guess I did, but because I saw him, I think I told you this once. I saw him on his final tour at Stokely athletics center, and it's just hard to believe he was only 42 years old. It is amazing. I decided to get smarter, I get into tupelo and the county seat and try to find a copy of the deed to that property and maybe get signed it, but it turned out I think everything from our early on early on his career, everything was signed, I guess, was it Tom Parker, his manager, Elvis inside anything. His uncle was named, I think that goes Virgil or who knows. But yeah, Tom. He was his uncle, or it might have been his uncle Paul. That was original, but colonel Parker, I mean, in this movie is about colonel Parker. I know it's called Elvis. But that's who Tom Hanks is playing. And thanks. He's one of the most interesting characters in the history of entertainment. We will take a break. We're heading to Oxford in a few minutes. We'll be doing a lot of that this week, talk to the college World Series champs. Head baseball coach that's coming up in a few minutes. You are listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. Hey, we're back here. And we continue. I'm Ann is up next. Good afternoon. Hey, good afternoon, Paul. How you doing? We are doing great. Yeah, we'll miss Friday..

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The Wanted singer Tom Parker dies of brain tumor at 33

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 3 months ago

The Wanted singer Tom Parker dies of brain tumor at 33

"Singer singer Tom Tom Parker Parker of of the the wanted wanted has has died died of of an an inoperable inoperable brain brain tumor tumor at at the the age age of of thirty thirty three three according according to to the the band band I I marches marches are are a a letter letter with with the the latest latest I'm I'm glad glad you you wanted wanted had had a a string string of of hits hits in in the the UK UK but but they're they're best best known known in in the the U. U. S. S. for for the the twenty twenty eleven eleven song song glad glad you you came came Parker Parker said said in in a a twenty twenty twelve twelve AP AP interview interview it's it's funny funny he he ended ended up up in in a a boy boy band band because because he he wasn't wasn't a a good good char char acts acts like like nirvana nirvana pop pop music music wasn't wasn't wasn't wasn't really really my my thing thing is is it's it's not not really really been been any any of of all all thing thing resident resident Parker Parker announced announced he he was was diagnosed diagnosed with with a a brain brain tumor tumor and and twenty twenty twenty twenty he he performed performed with with the the wanted wanted in in September September but but was was sitting sitting out out there there tour tour while while he he underwent underwent treatment treatment he he had had planned planned to to release release an an autobiography autobiography in in July July

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"tom parker" Discussed on Z104

Z104

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"tom parker" Discussed on Z104

"You by nobody attention salespeople. Alright, so pop quiz this week is titled How soon you forget? Because the category for today's pop quiz is one hit wonders. From the 20 tens. A lonely songs are from the past 10 years, and you know all of them. But do you remember the artists who made them famous? Oh, man, They are one hit wonders after all. I'm a feel You're going to really well with this, and I also could tell you, shaggy. Most of these records that were about to play were probably in a meeting with you and several people deciding whether or not you wanna force you even play them. Okay, because these were ones that were just kind of ones that were like, not very easy one for it. So if I have a good quick story out there, some of them should I mention if it's quick, why, that's all right. But we're looking for the artist artists of these 10 songs. And if you know it Go ahead. Shut it out. You'll have to write anything down this week. I'm glad you all right? I'm sorry. The reason I forgot to make the reason we're doing this quest is because of Tom Parker from the Wild wanted, Yeah. We just talked about it. Yeah, That's why we just talked about. That's the reason for this week's quiz Tom Parker from the Wanted, who has unanswerable bring tumor, and I felt we felt bad, but we had to play the songs you remember. Okay, here is song number one. Forget about that number one. Slumbers That is LaRue LaRue with bulletproof. Very good. All right, let's give the audience a chance to answer these to wait till it ends.

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The Wanted's Tom Parker diagnosed with 'terminal' brain cancer

Fred + Angi On Demand

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

The Wanted's Tom Parker diagnosed with 'terminal' brain cancer

"Starting with some sad news wanted Tom Parker revealed he has terminal brain cancer the thirty two zero. Yeah. He's so sad the thirty two year old was diagnosed with stage for globalist Doma six weeks ago and is currently undergoing radiation and chemo he said he's going to fight the cancer all the way but it's looking like he has a long road and my heart breaks for he and his wife who is currently pregnant with the couple's second

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"tom parker" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"tom parker" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"Know, it's a moment went everywhere I go. It's Fiona Black like a mutano dilemma in a Utah snow trunk in the front like Dumbo. The father put it to the house with a big bus turning isn't current stripped me and Jay came when I got here before. Just stunning, Really. May I say congratulations, kid, And this is not a 40. But when I got money, men, another hit cause I got but always girlfriend. Never before last call. Hell, my press got such I did what I really be Army bottles. Only. It's a moment when I saw you got him, saying his army running on me was a lonely It's a moment when I got home. 135 kiss. The latest entertainment news is on the Fred Show. Starting off with some sad news. The wanted, Tom Parker revealed he has terminal brain cancer. The 32 year. Yeah, so sad. The 32 year old was diagnosed with stage for glioblastoma six weeks ago and is currently undergoing radiation and chemo. Well, he said. He's going to fight the cancer all the way. But it's looking like he has a long road..

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The Wanted singer Tom Parker reveals he has inoperable brain tumor

The KFBK Morning News

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

The Wanted singer Tom Parker reveals he has inoperable brain tumor

"That's from the band called Wanted In their lead singer, A fellow named Tom Parker 32 years old has been diagnosed with inoperable brain tumor. This's very sad news. They posted this on instagram. The family said. They're going to fight this all the way. Parker and his wife are expecting their second child. He's just 32 that for brain cancer is a very young age very well Last certainly wish him well to treatment. No doubt is going to be undergoing that soon. All right, let's get outside and

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"tom parker" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

08:09 min | 1 year ago

"tom parker" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Always when listening to study window 79 greatest hits of the seventies eighties and 90 so Tom Hanks is back in Australia. Remember, That's where he and Mrs Rita Wilson in quarantine with their co bid 19 earlier this year. He's making that Elvis movie where he's playing Colonel Tom Parker. I cannot wait to see that one eye will see anything with thanks, Toto Study 179. Wait, You say it's not the way you treat. It's not way it's not No way. No way that you came back way It's not way Wait, You came back. You have it requires you to work. This's the 60 minute commercial free work a kickoff on Sonny, one of 79. No major B. Let's have three. Who is showing their hometown pride right now, Hometown team Pride F A U It's Tracy said he went 079 wrapping up the 60 minute commercial free work day kickoff. You know, Paradise is not only a lifestyle, but of course, a mindset. That's what we gotta show our effort, you red and blue. There's no wrong way to do it..

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"tom parker" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

13:12 min | 2 years ago

"tom parker" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"That Michael wise and killing it why are these managers show insecure well there are very few managers who can do what this particular guy did this guy happens to be a genius but when you have a genius without a moral compass you have a villain you have evil because of the issue back to colonel Tom Parker and Elvis he was a brilliant manager but he was a control freak wasn't yeah they're control freaks because they want the power for themselves they want the money for themselves I remember a story about Elvis when he first appeared in Vegas I think the frontier hotel here he dressed like a country bumpkin right well that makes sense you want to be normal sometimes and be accepted as just a human being sometimes but if I were managing you George I would want to keep you as vigorously alive as possible and as in touch as possible with the gods inside of you because that's what powers your art but that's not the way the guy who captured Michael Jackson thought he thought Michael Jackson is more valuable dead than alive because what we remember when Jim crow she went down in a plane crash around nineteen seventy four or something like that and all of a sudden Jim Croce record started selling in a way they never have before once upon a time I was with the Peter Bogdanovich the director and what civil shepherd and Peter Bogdanovich had a father who was an artist and so he gathered some of the most important art dealers on Madison Avenue in his suite at the plaza hotel and said what do I have to do to get my father famous he deserves to be famous and the lead guy in the pack believe gallery over some very simple the biggest promotion trick you can use it to die well I swear you that anybody who would rather have an artist's dead than alive is the villain and should be held off the face of this planet the people people like Michael Jackson were truly special to be surrounded by people who value their specialist I want to keep it alive and growing let's go to Steven now in broken arrow Oklahoma hi Stephen welcome to the program regular George Granger Mr bloom I want to go over to make a couple of comments are by the way I'm a German I next month so I do have happy upcoming birthday well it's good I want to ask Mister bloom Michael Jackson which was raised he was raised as a witness and I'm sure he's well known that I'm not trying to make a big deal about this of course I wish to deputy who will fade it you know we all believe in god enter to wage for that particular fate had a tremendous amount of facts as you're grown growing up that you will become a prospective tiger state of mind and that everything you do you wanna do right because you don't want to stay and so forth I want him to comment on that that would be too personal TV ever confided in Mister moon in a way he was raised that way and also another common I want to make which most people who are in the German I spectrum support when they're born hello all right a lot of our Jewish in the music business hello Jim and I should have been very successful loan Paul McCartney at any other winch in the course grab some day hit sixty nine years old next month I want to get into radio for myself just for fun yeah I just thought I'd let you hear that right away so as a my friend thanks so here's the deal I do not understand the religion that Michael was raised and I never studied it but I do know this as I said before Michael Phelps that his quality of war wonder and surprise his ability to see the imprint of this tiniest of things was a gift from god and because god had given that to him it was his obligation to give that to kids with many kids as he possibly could and Michael believes that that beauty came from god now what is beauty really it in some people it's only the mildest sense of something is really nice in some people it's a spectacular an overwhelming sense that something is trust riddled with richness and Michael wanted to give that second kind of sense of beauty that sense that things are just riddled with astonishing riches with astonishing drawers with astonishing insights with astonishing possibilities because he felt that kind of beauty came for god himself or herself next up path isn't Fallon Missouri Hey bath go ahead George I want to thank you for my birthday wish April twenty first home well you're very welcome that was a blind side from it my daughter I have I think we're going to store Einstein I'm very interested in that I'm doing research on my family history of which my father used to tell me all the time you have royalty in the family you know that was announced on line now is adding ten wow aha the great interpreter of Einstein to the masses yes he proves the theory yes Russian I'm a direct descendant from him which I'm doing research on that now foundation he's one of the things one of the gods of science yes his his home in Cumbria England has a plaque on it that says test that he's one of the foremost the popular scientists so I wonder did of the seven menu mentioned as he one of them yes he was number two well at one point he was in a party and here's how that woman tell us more tell us where you're literally was only three men in the world could understand Einstein so Eddington was at a party now course Einstein understood Einstein explain who Eddington walks Addington was a physicist and astronomer who mounted an expedition in nineteen nineteen during while all of this there was while the war was going on when no one is more just after World War one when the when the British were very anxious to reconcile with the Germans and working on Einstein's theory represented a reconciliation of all of the warring parties in the war and adding said felt that he could prove Einstein's theory like going out during the during the clips coming up he led an expedition to some island it's called prince the way offering god knows where in order to photograph this eclipse and see if indeed the stars were shifted in the sky by the power of gravity the way that Einstein predicted and he came back feeling that he had proven the theory of relativity it was headlines all over the place huge headlines in places like The New York Times all over the world and then at a conservatory books about Einstein's theory of relativity and they were the first understandable walks on the theory so Addington was a party in central Europe one day and a man walked up to him a Polish scientists to work adding to look down on because one of the poles we're the we're the British we really you know science the polls do not and the Polish man said the that there're only three men in the world who understand the theory of relativity and I Eddington said well Einstein understands it and I understand that but who was the third L. course the Polish man I felt he was the third heading Finn was looking down his nose at this Polish drive and that's how the idea of that only three nine could understand the theory of relativity yeah love it Thomason lawyer California Hey Tom go ahead welcome to the program thank you for taking my call Howard great conversation you know I've been wanting to ask you for years Howard well you're a man of war a man of language and language training and job my question comment and I'll repeat the question use our language and language in making us insane one thing I think it's doing the absolute opposite it is making us more saying all of the time because insanity is a bunch of thoughts and feelings that are trapped in your head and you feel make you different from everybody else and affect what you have and but true language we discover our commonalities that in fact we share some of these things we tend to regard as insane but other people's music is one of the biggest ponders in the world for people who feel personally insane and discovered that they're part of a sub culture part of a movement so languishing and symbolizing because language is simple system and music as a simple system and visual arts is a symbol system finding symbols for the things that we experience in the dark of our minds where there are no words and bring them in Silverlight awards for visual symbols or poetry or music is one of the greatest making us saying that things in the world one of the greatest validators one of the greatest the amazing things that make us feel as if we belong if not as if we were beyond the fringe and out in the twilight so I think Tom you had a quick comment go ahead why don't I was going to say thank you Howard that's a beautiful answer and yeah I just you comments so much on politics and you know and I feel it's not wants to write Republican or Democrat but actually the way we whole discourse in our language saying that may be throwing assault making us on balance well I agree with you so I'm working on a project you know I'm a Liberal Democrat I've been working on a project with Newt Gingrich for the last eight months or so I just brought David Patterson the former governor of New York state with another Democrat into this group everybody else in this group is a Republican where you often in the heavy duty Republicans alike nudist and why am I doing this because I believe we can only accomplish things if we look at the goals we share in common and if we set aside those things that we differ on so I put together this group as an engine to change the forces of history what I learned when I was a kid and fourteen years old and heard there was a book called the varieties of religious or religious experience that sounded right up my alley William James the father of American psychology said there are certain experiences in life that could be regarded as cycle pathological but in the hands of the right people they can become the engines of history so I've brought together Newt Gingrich and David Patterson A. I. prominent Democrat and a very prominent Republicans in order to accomplish things in order to put aside the differences and strive toward changing history for changing the envelope of human possibility because that is our obligation that was Michael's obligation Michael Jackson's obligation that's been my obligation my whole life let's go to Joe on Long Island New York Joseph that's a squeeze you in yeah if you look at Mohammed Ali and Michael Jackson I mean people knew them all over the planet remote villages in the middle of nowhere that was pre internet pre smartphone squandered you to comment on that well one of things is happening has nothing to do actually with the internet and smartphone when I was like the king of pop a blister the in a sense for seventeen years in the music and should take your ball would you yeah well and you know what I did I focus on soul period I focus on the most authentic experiences we can possibly experiences so operatic we don't even have words for them when I left the business the business went back to image marketing product all of these Jews de humanizing terms that took the humanity out of the most human of all possible prophecies the making of music and the sharing of it with live audiences well the sharing of it the other radio via the internet and that has killed music so brilliant musicians like Adam Levine of maroon five war like Ben Harper have been sold for ginger ale commercials and Jean endorsements of all kinds of things that have robbed them of that message that they carry within them that they can give to other human beings they give other human beings a sense that at last they have been validated at last they have been proven to be sane at last but it has been shown that they are not alone in the world that ability of an artist has been stripped by associating artists with all of these hide and ate all kinds of products that have nothing to do with the soul at the heart of an artist we need other prophetic people who will come in and preach soul again in the music industry so that kids have icons of genuine passion that they can identify with Howard good luck with the book Einstein Michael Jackson and me and we'll talk to you next week during our news segments George at the pleasure Howard bloom is website is linked up the coast to.

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"tom parker" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

09:13 min | 2 years ago

"tom parker" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"That that that Michael was and Kelly have why are these managers show insecure well there are very few managers who can do what this particular guy did this guy happens to be a genius but when you have a genius without a moral compass you have a villain you have evil because of the issue back to colonel Tom Parker and Elvis yes he was a brilliant manager but he could he was a control freak was under their control freaks because they want to power for themselves they want the money for themselves I remember a story about Elvis when he first appeared in Vegas I think the frontier hotel here he dressed like a country bumpkin right well that makes sense you want to be normal sometimes and be accepted as just a human being sometimes but if I were managing you George I would want to keep you as vigorously alive as possible and as in touch as possible with the guards inside of you because that's what powers your art but that's not the way the guy who captured Michael Jackson sorry he thought Michael Jackson is more valuable dead than alive because what with Reverend Jim crow she went down in a plane crash around nineteen seventy four or something like that and all of a sudden Jim Croce record service selling in a way they never have been yeah once upon a time I was with the Peter Bogdanovich the director and with civil shepherd and Peter Bogdanovich had a father who was an artist and so he gathered some of the most important art dealers on Madison Avenue in his suite at the plaza hotel and said what do I have to do to get my father famous he deserves to be famous and the lead guy in the pack believe gallery over some very simple the biggest promotion trick you can use it to die well I swear you there anybody who'd rather have an artist's dead than alive is a villain and should be held off the face of this planet the people people like Michael Jackson were truly special should be surrounded by people who value their specialist I want to keep it alive and growing let's go to Steven now in broken arrow Oklahoma hi Stephen welcome to the program regular George Granger Mr bloom I want to go over to make a couple of comments about the way under German I next month so it got me birthday well it's good I want to ask Mister bloom yeah Michael Jackson which was raised he was waste as a witness and I'm sure he's well known that I'm not trying to make a big deal about this of course I wish to who will fade if you don't well believing god in different ways for that particular date a tremendous amount of pictures as you're grown growing up that you want to become a perspective type of state of mind and that everything you do you wanna do right because you know what she and so forth I want him to comment on that that we would be too personal TV ever confided in Mister moon in a way he was raised that way and also another common I want to make which most people who are in the German I actress for you when you're born hello all right hello all Jewish in the music business Belgium and I should have been very successful upon the cardia in other words and of course grab some day hit sixty nine years old next month I want to get into radio for myself just for fun yeah I just thought I'd let you hear that right away so as Hey my friend thanks so here's the deal I do not understand the religion that Michael was raised and I never studied it but I do know this as I said before Michael Phelps that's his quality of war wonder and surprise his ability to see the imprint of the finest of things was a gift from god and because god had given that to him it was his obligation to give that to kids to as many kids as he possibly could and Michael believes that that beauty came from god now what is beauty really it in some people it's only the mildest sense of something is really nice in some people it's a spectacular an overwhelming sense that something is trust little with richness and Michael wanted to give that second kind of sense of beauty that sense that things are just riddled with astonishing riches with astonishing drawers with astonishing insights with astonishing possibilities because he felt that kind of beauty came for god himself or herself next up passes in Fallon Missouri Hey bath go ahead hi George I want to thank you for my birthday wish April twenty first home well you're very welcome that was a blind side from it my daughter I have I think we're going to store Einstein I'm very interested in that I'm doing research on my family history of which my father used to tell me all the time you have royalty in the family you know that was a nine Stein now is adding ten wow aha the great interpreter of Einstein to the masses yes he proves the theory yes Russian I'm a direct descendant from him which I'm doing research on that now the foundation he's one of the things one of the gods of science yes his his home in Cambridge England has a plaque on it that's that's half the he's one of the foremost the your scientists so I wonder did of the seven men you mentioned is he one of them yes he was number two well at one point he was in a party and here's how that will tell us more tell us where you're literally was only three men in the world could understand Einstein so Eddington was at a party now course Einstein understood Einstein explain who Eddington while adding ten was a physicist and astronomer who mounted an expedition in nineteen nineteen during while all of this there was while the war was going on when no one is more just after World War one when the when the British were very anxious to reconcile with the Germans and working on Einstein's theory represented a reconciliation of all of the warring parties in the war and adding to it felt that he could prove Einstein's theory like going out during the there wasn't a clips coming up he led an expedition to some island it's called print seat way often god knows where in order to photograph this eclipse and see if indeed the stars were shifted in the sky by the power of gravity the way that Einstein predicted and he came back feeling that he had proven the theory of relativity it was headlines all over the place huge headlines in places like The New York Times all over the world and then at a conservatory books about Einstein's theory of relativity and they were the first understandable books on the theory so Addington was a party in central Europe one day and a man walked up to him a Polish scientist who was having to look down on because one of the poles we're the we're the British we really you know science the polls do not and the Polish man said of that there are only three men in the world who understand the theory of relativity and I engine so well I'd sign understands it and I understand that but who was the third hour course the Polish man help he was the third yeah Addington was looking down his nose at this full shot and that's how the idea that only three men put under the other three relativity yeah Thomason lawyer California Hey Tom go ahead welcome to the program thank you for taking my call Howard great conversation you know I've been wanting to ask you for years Howard well you're a man of war a man of language and language training and job my question comment and I'll repeat the question use our language and language in making us same thing I think it's doing the absolute opposite it is making us more saying all of the time because insanity is a bunch of thoughts and feelings that are trapped in your head and you feel make you different from everybody else and affect what you have and but true language we discover our commonalities that in fact we share some of these things we tend to regard as insane well the people music is one of the biggest ponders in the world for people who feel personally insane and discovered that they're part of a sub culture part of a movement so languishing and symbolizing because language is simple system and music as a simple system and visual arts is a symbol system finding symbols for the things that we experience in the dark of our minds where there are no words and bringing them in civil light of words for visual symbols or poetry or music is one of the greatest making us saying that things in the world one of the greatest validators one of the greatest it made things that make us feel as if we belong if not as if we were beyond the fringe and out in the twilight so I think Tom you had a quick.

Michael Kelly
"tom parker" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

08:23 min | 2 years ago

"tom parker" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"That Michael wise and killing it why are these managers show insecure well there are very few managers who can do what this particular guy did this guy happens to be a genius but when you have a genius without a moral compass you have a villain you have evil because of the issue back to colonel Tom Parker and Elvis he was a brilliant manager but he was a control freak was under their control freaks because they want the power for themselves they want the money for themselves I remember a story about Elvis when he first appeared in Vegas I think the frontier hotel here he dressed like a country bumpkin right well that makes sense you want to be normal sometimes and be accepted as just a human being sometimes but if I were managing you George I would want to keep you as vigorously alive as possible and as in touch as possible with the guards inside of you because that's what powers your art but that's not the way the guy who captured Michael Jackson sorry he thought Michael Jackson is more valuable dead than alive because what with Reverend Jim crow she went down in a plane crash around nineteen seventy four or something like that and all of a sudden Jim Croce records started selling in a way they never have before once upon a time I was with the Peter Bogdanovich the director and what civil shepherd and Peter Bogdanovich had a father who was an artist and so he gathered some of the most important art dealers on Madison Avenue in his suite at the plaza hotel and said what do I have to do to get my father famous he deserves to be famous and the lead guy in the pack leave gallery over some very simple the biggest promotion trick you can use it to die well I swear you that anybody who would rather have an artist dead at them alive is a villain and should be held off the face of this planet the people people like Michael Jackson were truly special should be surrounded by people who value their specialist I want to keep it alive and growing let's go to Steven now in broken arrow Oklahoma hi Stephen welcome to the program regular George Granger Mr bloom I want to go over to make a couple of comments about the way under Jim and I next month so it can't cut me birthday well it's good I want to ask Mister bloom or Michael Jackson which was raised he was waste as a witness and I'm sure he's well not that I'm not trying to make a big deal about this of course I wish to their particular will fade it you know we all believe in god enter to waste connected her fate has a tremendous amount of pictures as you're grown growing up that you will become a prospective type of state of mind and that everything you do you wanna do right because you don't want to say and so forth I want him to comment on that would be true personality ever confided in Mister moon in a way he was raised that way and also another common I want to make which most people who are in the German I spectrum support when they're born hello all right a lot of our Jewish in the music business that are generated have been very successful loan Paul McCartney at any other wage and of course corruption day hit sixty nine years old next month I want to get into radio for myself just for fun yeah I just thought I'd let you hear that right away so as Hey my friend thanks so here's the deal I do not understand the religion that Michael was raised and I never studied it but I do know this as I said before Michael Phelps that's his quality of war wonder and surprise his ability to see the imprint of the shiniest of things was a gift from god and because god had given that to him it was his obligation to give that to kids to as many kids as he possibly could and Michael believes that that beauty came from god now what is beauty really it in some people it's only the mildest sense of something is really nice in some people it's a spectacular an overwhelming sense that something is trust little with richness and Michael wanted to give that second kind of sense of beauty that sense that things are just riddled with astonishing riches with astonishing drawers with astonishing insights with astonishing possibilities because he felt that kind of beauty came for god himself or herself next up is an all Fallon Missouri Hey bath go ahead George I want to thank you for my birthday wish April twenty first all of you're very welcome that was a blind side from it my daughter I have I think we're going to go out and sign I'm very interested in that I'm doing research on my family history of which my father used to tell me all the time you have royalty in the family you know that was a nine something now is adding ten wow huh the great interpreter of Einstein to the masses yes he proves the theory yes right I'm a direct descendant from him which I'm doing research on that now foundation he's one of the kings one of the gods of science yes his his home in Cumbria England has a plaque on it that says past that he's one of the foremost the scientists so I wonder did of the seven menu mentioned as he one of them yes he was number two well at one point he was in a party and here's how that will tell us more tell us where you're literally was only three men in the world could understand Einstein so Eddington was at a party now course Einstein understood Einstein explain who Eddington while adding ten was a physicist and astronomer who mounted an expedition in nineteen nineteen during while all of this there was while the war was going on when no one is more just after World War one when the when the British were very anxious to reconcile with the Germans and working on Einstein's theory represented a reconciliation of all of the warring parties in the war and adding to it felt that he could prove Einstein's theory by going out during the there wasn't a clips coming up he led an expedition to some island it's called print seat way often god knows where in order to photograph this eclipse and see if indeed the stars were shifted in the sky by the power of gravity the way that Einstein predicted and he came back feeling that he had proven the theory of relativity it was headlines all over the place huge headlines in places like The New York Times all over the world and then Eddie conservatory books about Einstein's theory of relativity and they were the first understandable books on the theory so Addington was a party in central Europe one day and a man walked up to him a Polish scientists to worth adding to look down on because one of the poles we're the we're the British we really you know science the polls do not and the Polish man said the that there're only three men in the world who understand the theory of relativity and I engine so well iPhone understands it and I understand that but who's the third help with the Polish man help he was the third heading said was looking down his nose at this Polish rock and that's how the idea E. of the only three men could understand the theory of relativity yeah Thomason lawyer California Hey Tom go ahead welcome to the program thank you for taking my call Howard great conversation you know I've been wanting to ask you for years Howard well you're a man of war a man of language and language training and job my question comment and I'll repeat the question use our language and language change making us same thing I think it's doing the absolute opposite it is making us more saying all of the time because insanity is a bunch of thoughts and feelings that are trapped in your head and you feel make you different from everybody else and affect what you have and but true language we discover our commonalities that in fact we share some of these things we tend.

Michael wise
"tom parker" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

08:37 min | 2 years ago

"tom parker" Discussed on KGO 810

"That Michael wise and killing it why are these managers so insecure well there are very few managers who can do what this particular idea this guy happens to be a genius but when you have a genius without a moral compass you have ability you have evil because of the issue back to colonel Tom Parker and Elvis he was a brilliant manager but he was a control freak was under their control freaks because they want the power for themselves they want the money for themselves I remember a story about Elvis when he first appeared in Vegas I think the frontier hotel he dressed like a country bumpkin right well that makes sense you want to be normal sometimes and be accepted as just a human being sometimes but if I were managing you George I would want to keep you as vigorously alive as possible and as in touch as possible with the gods inside of you because that's what powers your art but that's not the way the guy who captured Michael Jackson thought he saw Michael Jackson is more valuable dead than alive because what what Reverend Jim crow she went down in a plane crash around nineteen seventy four or something like that and all of a sudden Jim Croce records started selling in a way they never have before once upon a time I was with the Peter Bogdanovich the director and what Sybil Shepperd and Peter Bogdanovich had a father who was an artist and so he gathered some of the most important art dealers on Madison Avenue in his suite at the plaza hotel and said what do I have to do to get my father famous he deserves to be famous and the lead guy in the pack to leave gallery over some very simple the biggest promotion trick you can use it to die well I swear you that anybody who would rather have an artist's dad then alive is a villain and should be held off the face of this planet the people people like Michael Jackson were truly special should be surrounded by people who value their specialist I want to keep it alive and growing let's go to Steven now in broken arrow Oklahoma hi Stephen welcome to the program regular George Granger Mr bloom I want to go over to make a couple of comments are by the way I'm a gym and I next month so I do have happy upcoming birthday well that's good I want to ask Mister bloom or Michael Jackson which was raised he was raised as a witness and I'm sure he's well known that I'm not trying to make a big deal about this of course I wish to deputy who will face it you know we all believe in god in different ways connected group paid a tremendous amount of factual as you're grown growing up that you will become a prospective type of state of mind and that everything you do you wanna do right because you don't want to stand and so forth I want him to come in America would be too personal TV ever confided in Mister moon in a way he was raised that way and also another common I want to make which most people who are in the German I spectrum support when they're born hello all right a lot of our Jewish in the music business that are generated have been very successful upon McCarty at any other ones in the course corruption they hit sixty nine years old next month I want to get into radio for myself just for fun yeah I just thought I'd let you hear that right away so as Hey my friend thanks so here's the deal I do not understand the religion that Michael was raised and I never studied it but I do know this as I said before Michael felt that his quality of war wonder and surprise his ability to see the imprint of the shiniest of things was a gift from god and because god had given that to him it was his obligation to give that to kids who has many kids as he possibly could and Michael believes that beauty came from god now what is beauty really it in some people it's only the mildest sense of something is really nice in some people it's a spectacular an overwhelming sense that something is just little with richness and Michael wanted to give that second kind of sense of beauty that sense that things are just riddled with astonishing riches with astonishing drawers with astonishing insights with astonishing possibilities because he felt that kind of beauty came from god himself or herself next up passes in o'fallon Missouri Hey bath go ahead hi George I want to thank you for my birthday wish April twenty first home well you're very welcome that was a blind side from it my daughter I have I think we're gonna see your Einstein I'm very interested in that I'm doing research on my family history of which my father used to tell me all the time you have royalty in the family you know that was announced on line now is adding ten wow aha the great interpreter of Einstein to the masses yes he proves the theory yes right I'm a direct descendant from him which I'm doing research on that now the foundation he's one of the things one of the gods of science yes his his home in Cambridge England has a plaque on it that's that's passed that he's one of the foremost the popular scientist so I wonder did of the seven menu mentioned as he one of them yes he was number two well at one point he was in a party and here's how that tell us more tell us where you're literally was only three men in the world could understand Einstein so Addington was at a party now course Einstein understood Einstein explain who Eddington while adding ten was a physicist and astronomer who mounted an expedition in nineteen nineteen during while all of this there was while the war was going on was not wonderful just after World War one when the when the British were very anxious to reconcile with the Germans and working on Einstein's theory represented a reconciliation of all of the warring parties in the war and adding to it felt that he could prove Einstein's theory by going out during the there wasn't a clips coming up he led an expedition to some island it's called prince the way often god knows where in order to photograph this eclipse and see if indeed the stars were shifted in the sky by the power of gravity the way that Einstein predicted and he came back feeling that he had proven the theory of relativity and it was headlines all over the place huge headlines in places like The New York Times all over the world and then at a conservatory books about Einstein's theory of relativity and they were the first understandable books on the theory so Addington was a party in central Europe one day and a man walked up to him Polish scientists who were setting to look down on because one of the poles we're the we're the British we really you know science the polls do not and the Polish man said the that there are only three men in the world who understand the theory of relativity and I Eddington said well my son understands that and I understand that but who is the third L. course the Polish man I felt he was the third headings and was looking down his nose at this full shot and that's how the idea of that only three nine for understand the theory of relativity yeah Thomason lawyer California Hey Tom going at welcome to the program thank you for taking my call Howard great conversation you know I've been wanting to ask you for years forward well you're a man of war a man of language and language training and job my question comment and I'll repeat the question use our language and language in making us insane one thing I think it's doing the absolute opposite it is making us more saying all of the time because insanity is a bunch of thoughts and feelings that are trapped in your head and you feel make you different from everybody else and affect what you have and but through language we discover our commonalities that in fact we share some of these things we tend to regard as insane well the people music is one of the biggest ponders in the world for people who feel personally insane and discovered that they're part of a sub culture part of a movement so languishing and symbolizing because languages.

Michael wise
"tom parker" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

08:32 min | 2 years ago

"tom parker" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"That that Michael wise and killing it why are these managers show insecure well there are very few managers who can do what this particular guy did this guy happens to be a genius but when you have a genius without a moral compass you have ability you have evil because of the issue back to colonel Tom Parker and Elvis he he was a brilliant manager but he could he was a control freak was under their control freaks because they want the power for themselves they want the money for themselves I remember a story about Elvis when he first appeared in Vegas I think the frontier hotel here he dressed like a country bumpkin right well that makes sense you want to be normal sometimes and be accepted as just a human being sometimes but if I were managing you George I would want to keep you as vigorously alive as possible and as in touch as possible with the guards inside of you because that's what powers your art but that's not the way the guy who captured Michael Jackson thought he thought Michael Jackson is more valuable dead than alive because what with Reverend Jim crow she went down in a plane crash around nineteen seventy four or something like that and all of a sudden Jim Croce record service selling in a way they never have before once upon a time I was with the Peter Bogdanovich the director and what civil shepherd and Peter Bogdanovich had a father who was an artist and so he gathered some of the most important art dealers on Madison Avenue in his suite at the plaza hotel and said what do I have to do to get my father famous he deserves to be famous and the lead guy in the pack the lead gallery over some very simple the biggest promotion trick you can use it to die well I swear you there anybody who'd rather have an artist's dead than alive is the villain and should be held off the face of this planet the people people like Michael Jackson were truly special should be surrounded by people who value their specialist I want to keep it alive and growing let's go to Steven now in broken arrow Oklahoma hi Stephen welcome to the program regular George Granger Mr bloom I want to go over to make a couple of comments about the way under German I next month so you have happy upcoming birthday well it's good I wonder if Mr bloom when Michael Jackson who was raised he was waste as a witness and I'm sure he's well not that I'm not trying to make a big deal about this of course I wish to check who will face it you know we all believe in god in different ways connected her fate has a tremendous amount of facts as you're growing growing up that you want to become a prospective type of state of mind and that everything you do you wanna do right because you don't want to say and so forth I want him to comment on that would be too personal he ever confided in Mister moon in a way he was raised that way and also another common I want to make which most people who are in the German I spectrum support when they're born a lot of the arch a lot of our Jewish in the music business technology when I should have been very successful loan Paul McCarty of any other ones and of course grab some day hit sixty nine years old next month I want to get into radio for myself just for fun yeah I just thought I'd let you hear that right away so as her and my friend thanks so here's the deal I do not understand the religion that Michael was raised and I never studied it but I do know this as I said before Michael Phelps that his quality of war wonder and surprise his ability to see the imprint of the finest of things was a gift from god and because god had given that to him it was his obligation to give that to kids too with many kids as he possibly could and Michael believe that that beauty came from god now what is beauty really is in some people it's only the wild with sense of something is really nice in some people it's a spectacular an overwhelming sense that something is trust little with richness and Michael wanted to give that second kind of sense of beauty that sense that things are just riddled with astonishing riches with astonishing drawers with astonishing insights with astonishing possibilities because he felt that kind of beauty came from god himself or herself next up Beth is in Fallon Missouri Hey bath go ahead George I want to thank you for my birthday was April twenty first all of you're very welcome blind side from it my daughter I have I think we're going to store Einstein I'm very interested in that I'm doing research on my family history of which my father used to tell me all the time you have royalty in your family you know that was announced on line now is adding ten wow aha the great interpreter of Einstein to the masses yes he prove the theory yes Russian I'm a direct descendant from him which I'm doing research on that mouth of Spanish and he's one of the kings one of the gods of science yes his his home in Cumbria England have a plaque on it that says half that he's one of the foremost the popular scientists so I wonder did of the seven menu mentioned as he one of them yes he was number two well at one point he was in a party and here's how that tell us more tell us where you're literally was only three men in the world could understand Einstein so Eddington was at a party now course Einstein understood Einstein explain who Eddington while adding ten was a physicist and astronomer who mounted an expedition in nineteen nineteen during while all of this nose while the war was going on when no one is more just after World War one when the when the British were very anxious to reconcile with the Germans and working on Einstein's theory represented a reconciliation of all of the warring parties in the war and adding to it felt that he could prove Einstein's theory like going out during the day with an eclipse coming up he led an expedition to some island it's called prince the way off and god knows where in order to photograph this eclipse and see if indeed the stars were shifted in the sky by the power of gravity the way that Einstein predicted and he came back feeling that he had proven the theory of relativity and it was headlines all over the place huge headlines in places like The New York Times all over the world and then at a conservatory books about Einstein's theory of relativity and they were the first understandable walks on the theory so Addington was a party in central Europe one day and a man walked up to him a Polish scientists to work adding to look down on because one of the poles were the were the British we really you know science the polls do not and the Polish man said that there are only three men in the world who understand the theory of relativity and I am concerned well iPhone understands it and I understand that but who was the third hour course the Polish man I felt he was the third heading Finn was looking down his nose at this full shot and that's how the idea that only three nine for understand the theory of relativity yeah Thomason lawyer California Hey Tom go ahead welcome to the program thank you for taking my call Howard great conversation you know I've been wanting to ask you for years Howard well you're a man of war a man of language and language and M. job my question comment and I'll repeat the question use our language and language in making us same thing I think it's doing the absolute opposite it is making us more saying all of the time because insanity is a bunch of thoughts and feelings that are trapped in your head and you feel make you different from everybody else and affect what you have and but through language we discover our commonalities that in fact we share some of these things we tend to regard as insane but other people's music is one of the biggest ponders in the world for people who feel personally insane and discover that.

Michael wise
"tom parker" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

09:14 min | 2 years ago

"tom parker" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"That that Michael wise and killing at why are these managers show insecure well there are very few managers who can do what this particular idea this guy happens to be a genius but when you have a genius without a moral compass you have a villain you have evil because of the issue back to colonel Tom Parker and Elvis yes he was a brilliant manager but he was a control freak wasn't yeah they're control freaks because they want the power for themselves they want the money for themselves I remember a story about Elvis when he first appeared in Vegas I think the frontier hotel here he dressed like a country bumpkin right well that makes sense you want to be normal sometimes and be accepted as just a human being sometimes but if I were managing you George I would want to keep you as vigorously alive as possible and as in touch as possible with the guards inside of you because that's what powers your art but that's not the way the guy who captured Michael Jackson thought he saw Michael Jackson is more valuable dead than alive because what with Reverend Jim crow she went down in a plane crash around nineteen seventy four or something like that and all of a sudden Jim Croce records started selling in a way they never have before once upon a time I was with the Peter Bogdanovich the director and what Sybil Shepperd and Peter Bogdanovich had a father who was an artist and so he gathered some of the most important art dealers on Madison Avenue in his suite at the plaza hotel and said what do I have to do to get my father famous he deserves to be famous and the lead guy in the pack believe gallery over some very simple the biggest promotion trick you can use it to die well I swear you that anybody who would rather have an artist's dead than alive is a villain and should be held off the face of this planet the people people like Michael Jackson were truly special to be surrounded by people who value their specialist I want to keep it alive and growing let's go to Steven now in broken arrow Oklahoma hi Stephen welcome to the program thank you and George Granger Mr bloom I want to go over to make a couple of comments about the way I imagine when I next month so it can't cut me birthday well it's good I want to ask Mister bloom Michael Jackson which was raised he was raised as a witness and I'm sure he's well known that I'm not trying to make a big deal about this of course I wish to deputy who paid it you know we all believe in god in different ways connected group paid a tremendous amount of pictures as you're grown growing up that you want to become a prospective type of state of mind and that everything you do you wanna do right because you don't want to share and so forth I want him to comment on that would be true personality ever confided in Mister moon in a way he was raised that way and also another common I want to make which most people who are in the German I spectrum support when they're born hello all right a lot of our Jewish in the music business technology when I should have been very successful loan Paul McCartney at any other wage and of course grab some day hit sixty nine years old next month I want to get into radio for myself just for fun yeah I just thought I'd let you hear that right away so as Hey my friend thanks so here's the deal I do not understand the religion that Michael was raised and I never studied it but I do know this as I said before Michael Phelps that's his quality of war wonder and surprise his ability to see the imprint of a Chinese the things was a gift from god and because god had given that to him it was his obligation to give that to kids too with many kids as he possibly could and Michael believes that that beauty came from god now what is beauty really is in some people it's only the mildest sense of something is really nice in some people it's a spectacular an overwhelming sense that something is trust little with richness and Michael wanted to give that second kind of sense of beauty that sense that things are just riddled with astonishing riches with astonishing drawers with astonishing insights with astonishing possibilities because he felt that kind of beauty came for god himself or herself next up passes and Fallon Missouri Hey bath go ahead George I want to thank you for my birthday wish April twenty first home well you're very welcome that was a blind side from it my daughter I have I think we're going to store Einstein I'm very interested in that I'm doing research on my family history of which my father used to tell me all the time you have royalty in the family you know that was a nine Stein now is adding ten wow huh the great interpreter of Einstein to the masses yes he proves the theory yes Russian I'm a direct descendant from him which I'm doing research on that now the foundation he's one of the kings one of the gods of science yes his his home in Cumbria England has a plaque on it that's fantastic he's one of the foremost the popular scientists so I wonder did of the seven men you mentioned if you one of them yes he was number two well at one point he was in a party and here's how that tell us more tell us when they're literally was only three men in the world could understand Einstein so Eddington was at a party now course Einstein understood Einstein explained who Eddington while adding ten was a physicist and astronomer who mounted an expedition in nineteen nineteen during while all of this there was while the war was going on when no one is more just after World War one when the when the British were very anxious to reconcile with the Germans and working on Einstein's theory represented a reconciliation of all of the warring parties in the war and adding to it felt that he could prove Einstein's theory like going out during the during the clips coming up he led an expedition to some island it's called print seat way often god knows where in order to photograph this eclipse and see if indeed the stars were shifted in the sky by the power of gravity the way that Einstein had predicted and he came back feeling that he had proven the theory of relativity it was headlines all over the place huge headlines in places like The New York Times all over the world and then at a conservatory books about Einstein's theory of relativity and they were the first understandable books on the theory so Addington was a party in central Europe one day and a man walked up to him a Polish scientists to work adding to look down on because one of the poles we're the we're the British we really you know science the polls do not and the Polish man said the that there're only three men in the world who understand the theory of relativity and by adding ten so well I'd sign understands it and I understand that but who's the third L. course the Polish man help he was the third heading Finn was looking down his nose at this Polish rock and that's how the idea of that only three men for understand the theory of relativity yeah Thomason lawyer California Hey Tom go ahead welcome to the program thank you for taking my call Howard great conversation you know I've been wanting to ask you for years Howard well you're a man of war a man of language and language training and job my question comment and I'll repeat the question use our language and language in making us same thing I think it's doing the absolute opposite it is making us more saying all of the time because insanity is a bunch of thoughts and feelings that are trapped in your head and you feel make you different from everybody else and affect what you have and but true language we discover our commonalities that in fact we share some of these things we tend to regard as insane well the people music is one of the biggest ponders in the world for people who feel personally insane and discovered that they're part of a sub culture part of a movement so languishing and symbolizing because language is simple system and music as a simple system and visual arts is a symbol system finding symbols for the things that we experience in the dark of our minds where there are no words and bringing them in civil white of words for visual symbols or poetry or music is one of the greatest making us saying that things in the world one of the greatest validators one of the greatest the automated things that make us feel as if we belong if not as if we were beyond the fringe and out in the twilight so I think Tom you had a quick comment.

Michael wise
"tom parker" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

08:23 min | 2 years ago

"tom parker" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"That that Michael wise and killing at why are these managers so insecure well there are very few managers who can do what this particular idea this guy happens to be a genius but when you have a genius without a moral compass you have a villain you have evil because of the issue back to colonel Tom Parker and Elvis he was a brilliant manager but he could he was a control freak wasn't yeah they're control freaks because they want the power for themselves they want the money for themselves I remember a story about Elvis when he first appeared in Vegas I think the frontier hotel here are you dressed like a country bumpkin right well that makes sense you want to be normal sometimes and be accepted as just a human being sometimes but if I were managing you George I would want to keep you as vigorously alive as possible and as in touch as possible with the gods inside of you because that's what powers your art but that's not the way the guy who captured Michael Jackson thought he thought Michael Jackson is more valuable dead than alive because what with rebel when Jim crow she went down in a plane crash around nineteen seventy four or something like that and all of a sudden Jim Croce records started selling in a way they never have been yeah once upon a time I was with the Peter Bogdanovich the director and what Sybil Shepperd and Peter Bogdanovich had a father who was an artist and so he gathered some of the most important art dealers on Madison Avenue in his suite at the plaza hotel and said what do I have to do to get my father famous he deserves to be famous and the lead guy in the pack believe gallery over some very simple the biggest promotion trick you can use it to die well I swear you that anybody who would rather have an artist's dead than alive is a villain and should be held off the face of this planet the people people like Michael Jackson were truly special should be surrounded by people who value their specialist I want to keep it alive and growing let's go to Steven now in broken arrow Oklahoma hi Stephen welcome to the program regular George Granger Mr bloom I want to go over to make a couple of comments about the way under German I next month so you have to have him call me birthday well it's good I want to ask Mister bloom Michael Jackson which was raised he was waste as a witness and I'm sure he's well known that I'm not trying to make a big deal about this of course I wish to deputy who will fade it you know we all believe in god in different ways connected group they have a tremendous amount of facts as you're grown growing up that you will become a prospective type of state of mind and that everything you do you wanna do right because you don't want to stand and so forth I want him to comment on that that we would be too personal TV ever confided in Mister moon in a way he was raised that way and also another common I want to make which most people who are in the German I spectrum support when they're born hello all right a lot of our Jewish in the music business well Jim and I should have been very successful upon the cardia in other ways and of course corruption day hit sixty nine years old next month I want to get into radio for myself just for fun yeah I just thought I'd let you hear that right away so Hey my friend thanks so here's the deal I do not understand the religion that Michael was raised and I never studied it but I do know this as I said before Michael Phelps that his quality of war wonder and surprise his ability to see the imprint of the shiniest of things was a gift from god and because god had given that to him it was his obligation to give that to kids with many kids as he possibly could and Michael believes that that beauty came from god now what is beauty really it in some people it's only the mildest sense of something is really nice in some people it's a spectacular an overwhelming sense that something is trust little with richness and Michael wanted to give that second kind of sense of beauty that sense that things are just riddled with astonishing riches with astonishing drawers with astonishing insights with astonishing possibilities because he felt that kind of beauty came from god himself or herself next up passes in o'fallon Missouri Hey bath go ahead George I want to thank you for my birthday wish April twenty first all of you're very welcome that was a blind side from it my daughter I have I think we're going to store Einstein I'm very interested in that I'm doing research on my family history of which my father used to tell me all the time you have royalty in the family you know that was announced on line now is adding ten wow huh the great interpreter of Einstein to the masses yes he proves the theory yes Russian I'm a direct descendant from him which I'm doing research on that now the foundation he's one of the kings one of the gods of science yes his his home in Cumbria England has a plaque on it that's that's half the he's one of the foremost the our scientists so I wonder did of the seven menu mentioned as he one of them yes he was number two well at one point he was in a party and here's how that tell us more tell us when they're literally was only three men in the world could understand Einstein so Eddington was at a party now course Einstein understood Einstein explain who Eddington while adding ten was a physicist and astronomer who mounted an expedition in nineteen nineteen during while all of this there was while the war was going on when no one is more just after World War one when the when the British were very anxious to reconcile with the Germans and working on Einstein's theory represented a reconciliation of all of the warring parties in the war and adding to it felt that he could prove Einstein's theory like going out during the there wasn't a clip coming up he led an expedition to some island it's called prince the way often god knows where in order to photograph this eclipse and see if indeed the stars were shifted in the sky by the power of gravity the way that Einstein predicted and he came back feeling that he had proven the theory of relativity it was headlines all over the place huge headlines in places like The New York Times all over the world and then at a conservatory books about Einstein's theory of relativity and they were the first understandable books on the theory so Addington was a party in central Europe one day and a man walked up to him a Polish scientists who were setting to look down on because one of the poles we're the we're the British we really you know science the polls do not and the Polish man said the that there're only three men in the world who understand the theory of relativity and I Eddington said well iPhone understands it and I understand that but who was the third hour course the Polish man help he was the third heading said was looking down his nose at this Polish rock and that's how the idea that only three men could understand the theory of relativity yeah love Thomason lawyer California Hey Tom go ahead welcome to the program thank you for taking my call Howard great conversation you know I've been wanting to ask you for years forward well you're a man of words a man of wind which have language training and job my question comment and I'll repeat the question use our language and language change making us insane one thing I think it's doing the absolute opposite it is making us more saying all of the time because insanity is a bunch of thoughts and feelings that are trapped in your head and you feel make you different from everybody else and affect what you have and but through language we discover our commonalities that in fact we share some of these things we.

Michael wise
"tom parker" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

08:23 min | 2 years ago

"tom parker" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"That Michael wise and killing it why are these managers show insecure well there are very few managers who can do what this particular guy did this guy happens to be a genius but when you have a genius without a moral compass you have a villain you have evil because of the issue back to colonel Tom Parker and Elvis he he was a brilliant manager but he could he was a control freak was under their control freaks because they want the power for themselves they want the money for themselves I remember a story about Elvis when he first appeared in Vegas I think the frontier hotel here he dressed like a country bumpkin right well that makes sense you want to be normal sometimes and be accepted as just a human being sometimes but if I were managing you George I would want to keep you as vigorously alive as possible and as in touch as possible with the guards inside of you because that's what powers your art but that's not the way the guy who captured Michael Jackson thought he saw Michael Jackson is more valuable dead than alive because what with Reverend Jim crow she went down in a plane crash around nineteen seventy four or something like that and all of a sudden Jim Croce record started selling in a way they never had B. L. once upon a time I was with the Peter Bogdanovich the director and what civil shepherd and Peter Bogdanovich had a father who was an artist and so he gathered some of the most important art dealers on Madison Avenue in his suite at the plaza hotel and said what do I have to do to get my father famous he deserves to be famous and the lead guy in the pack leave gallery over some very simple the biggest promotion trick you can use it to die well I swear you that anybody who would rather have an artist's dead at them alive is a villain and should be held off the face of this planet the people people like Michael Jackson were truly special should be surrounded by people who value their specialist I want to keep it alive and growing let's go to Steven now in broken arrow Oklahoma hi Stephen welcome to the program regular George Granger Mr bloom I want to go over to make a couple of comments about the way on the gym and I next month so I'm happy upcoming birthday well that's good I want to ask Mister bloom or Michael Jackson which was raised he was waste as a witness and I'm sure he's well known that I'm not trying to make a big deal about this of course I wish to deputy who will fade it you know we all believe in god in different ways connected her fate a tremendous amount of pictures as you're growing growing up that you will become a prospective type of state of mind and that everything you do you wanna do right because you don't want to stand and so forth I want him to comment on that that would be true personality ever confided in Mister moon in a way he was raised that way and also another common I want to make which most people who are in the German I spectrum support when they're born hello all right hello all Jewish in the music business Belgium and I should have been very successful loan Paul McCartney at any other winch and of course Gresham day hit sixty nine years old next month I want to get into radio for myself just for fun yeah I just thought I'd let you hear that right away so as her and my friend thanks so here's the deal I do not understand the religion that Michael was raised and I never studied it but I do know this as I said before Michael felt that his quality of war wonder and surprise his ability to see the imprint of this tiniest of things was a gift from god and because god had given that to him it was his obligation to give that to kids to as many kids as he possibly could and Michael believes that that beauty came from god now what is beauty really it in some people it's only the wild the sense of something is really nice in some people it's a spectacular an overwhelming sense that something is trust little with richness and Michael wanted to give that second kind of sense of beauty that sense that things are just riddled with astonishing riches with astonishing drawers with astonishing insights with astonishing possibilities because he felt that kind of beauty came for god himself or herself next up passes in Fallon Missouri Hey bath go ahead George I want to thank you for my birthday wish April twenty first all of you're very welcome that was a blind side from it my daughter I have I think we're going to go out and sign I'm very interested in that I'm doing research on my family history of which my father used to tell me all the time you have royalty in the family you know that was announced on line now is adding ten wow aha the great interpreter of Einstein to the masses yes he prove the theory yes right I'm a direct descendant from him which I'm doing research on that now foundation he's one of the things one of the gods of science yes his his home in Cumbria England has a plaque on it doesn't pass that he's one of the foremost the your scientists so I wonder did of the seven men you mentioned as he one of them yes he was number two well at one point he was in a party and here's how that tell us more tell us where you're literally was only three men in the world could understand Einstein so Eddington was at a party now course Einstein understood Einstein explain who Eddington while adding ten was a physicist and astronomer who mounted an expedition in nineteen nineteen during while all of this there was while the war was going on when no one is more just after World War one when the when the British were very anxious to reconcile with the Germans and working on Einstein's theory represented a reconciliation of all of the warring parties in the war and adding said felt that he could prove Einstein's theory like going out during the during the clips coming up he led an expedition to some island it's called prince the way often god knows where in order to photograph this eclipse and see if indeed the stars were shifted in the sky by the power of gravity the way that Einstein predicted and he came back feeling that he had proven the theory of relativity it was headlines all over the place huge headlines in places like The New York Times all over the world and then at a conservatory books about Einstein's theory of relativity and they were the first understandable books on the theory so Addington was a party in central Europe one day and a man walked up to him Polish scientists to worth adding to look down on because one of the poles we're the we're the British we really you know science the polls do not and the Polish man said the that there're only three men in the world who understand the theory of relativity and I ending soon so well I sign understands that and I understand that but who's the third L. course the Polish man felt he was the third heading said was looking down his nose at this Polish rock and that's how the idea of that only three nine for understand the theory of relativity yeah love it Thomason lawyer California Hey Tom go ahead welcome to the program thank you for taking my call Howard great conversation you know I've been wanting to ask you for years forward well you're a man of words a man of language and language training and job my question comment and I'll repeat the question use our language and language in making us same thing I think it's doing the absolute opposite it is making us more saying all of the time because insanity is a bunch of thoughts and feelings that are trapped in your head and you feel make you different from everybody else and affect what you have and but true language we discover our commonalities that in fact we share some of these things we tend to.

Michael wise
"tom parker" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

08:31 min | 2 years ago

"tom parker" Discussed on 600 WREC

"That so Michael was and Kelly have why are these managers show insecure well there are very few managers who can do what this particular guy did this guy happens to be a genius but when you have a genius without a moral compass you have a villain you have evil because of the issue back to colonel Tom Parker and Elvis he was a brilliant manager but he could he was a control freak was under their control freaks because they want to power for themselves they want the money for themselves I remember a story about Elvis when he first appeared in Vegas I think the frontier hotel here he dressed like a country bumpkin right well that makes sense you want to be normal sometimes and be accepted as just a human being sometimes but if I were managing you George I would want to keep you as vigorously alive as possible and as in touch as possible with the gods inside of you because that's what powers your art but that's not the way the guy who captured Michael Jackson thought he saw Michael Jackson is more valuable dead than alive because what with Reverend Jim crow she went down in a plane crash around nineteen seventy four or something like that and all of a sudden Jim Croce record started selling in a way they never had B. cell once upon a time I was with the Peter Bogdanovich the director and with civil shepherd and Peter Bogdanovich had a father who was an artist and so he gathered some of the most important art dealers on Madison Avenue in his suite at the plaza hotel and said what do I have to do to get my father famous he deserves to be famous and the lead guy in the pack believe gallery over some very simple the biggest promotion trick you can use it to die well I swear you that anybody who would rather have an artist's dead than alive is a villain and should be held off the face of this planet the people people like Michael Jackson were truly special should be surrounded by people who value their specialist I want to keep it alive and growing let's go to Steven now in broken arrow Oklahoma hi Stephen welcome to the program your George green your Mister bloom I want to go over to make a couple of comments are by the way I'm a German I next month so I have him coming birthday well it's good I want to ask Mister bloom Michael Jackson which was raised he was waste as a witness and I'm sure he's well known that I'm not trying to make a big deal about this of course I wish to deputy who will face it you know we all believe in god enter to waste connected group they had a tremendous amount of factual as you're grown growing up that you want to become a prospective type of state of mind and that everything you do you wanna do right because you don't want to stand and so forth I want him to comment on that would be too personal he ever confided in Mister moon in a way he was raised that way and also another common I want to make which most people who are in the German I transported when they're born a lot of the art a lot of our Jewish in the music business that are generated have been very successful upon the cardia in other ways in the course corruption day hit sixty nine years old next month I want to get into radio for myself just for fun yeah I just thought I'd let you hear that right away so as Hey my friend thanks so here's the deal I do not understand the religion that Michael was raised and I never studied it but I do know this as I said before Michael Phelps that his quality of war wonder and surprise his ability to see the imprint of this tiniest of things was a gift from god and because god had given that to him it was his obligation to give that to kids with many kids as he possibly could and Michael believes that beauty came from god now what is beauty really is in some people it's only the mildest sense of something is really nice in some people it's a spectacular an overwhelming sense that something is trust riddled with richness and Michael wanted to give that second kind of sense of beauty that sense that things are just riddled with astonishing riches with astonishing drawers with astonishing insights with astonishing possibilities because he felt that kind of beauty came for god himself or herself next up passes in Fallon Missouri Hey bath go ahead George I want to thank you for my birthday wish April twenty first home well you're very welcome blind side from it my daughter I have I think we're going to store Einstein I'm very interested in that I'm doing research on my family history of which my father used to tell me all the time you have royalty in the family you know that was announced on line now is adding ten wow aha the great interpreter of Einstein to the masses yes he proves the theory yes right I'm a direct descendant from him which I'm doing research on that mouth of Spanish and he's one of the things one of the gods of science yes his his home in Cumbria England has a plaque on it that says test that he's one of the foremost the popular scientists so I wonder did of the seven menu mentioned as he one of them yes he was number two well at one point he was in a party and here's how that tell us more tell us where you're literally was only three men in the world could understand Einstein so Eddington was at a party now course Einstein understood Einstein explain who Eddington one Addington was a physicist and astronomer who mounted an expedition in nineteen nineteen during while all of this there was while the war was going on when no one is more just after World War one when the when the British were very anxious to reconcile with the Germans and working on Einstein's theory represented a reconciliation of all of the warring parties in the war and adding to it felt that he could prove Einstein's theory like going out during the during the clips coming up he led an expedition to some island it's called prince the way often god knows where in order to photograph this eclipse and see if indeed the stars were shifted in the sky by the power of gravity the way that Einstein predicted and he came back feeling that he had proven the theory of relativity and it was headlines all over the place huge headlines in places like The New York Times all over the world and then at a conservatory books about Einstein's theory of relativity and they were the first understandable walks on the theory so Addington was a party in central Europe one day and a man walked up to him a Polish scientists to worth adding to look down on because one of the poles were the were the British we really you know science the polls do not and the Polish man said the that there are only three men in the world who understand the theory of relativity and I Eddington said well iPhone understands it and I understand that but who was the third hour course the Polish man I felt he was the third headings and was looking down his nose at this full stride and that's how the idea that only three men could understand the theory of relativity yeah Thomason lawyer California Hey Tom go ahead welcome to the program thank you for taking my call Howard great conversation you know I've been wanting to ask you for years Howard well you're a man of war a man of language and language training and job my question comment and I'll repeat the question use our language and language in making us insane one thing I think it's doing the absolute opposite it is making us more saying all of the time because insanity is a bunch of thoughts and feelings that are trapped in your head and you feel make you different from everybody else and affect what you have and but true language we discover our commonalities that in fact we share some of these things we tend to regard as insane well the people music is one of the biggest ponders in the world for people who feel personally insane and discovered that.

Michael Kelly
"tom parker" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"tom parker" Discussed on KTOK

"That that that that Michael was and Kelly have why are these managers show insecure well there are very few managers who can do what this particular guy did this guy happens to be a genius but when you have a genius without a moral compass you have ability you have evil because of the issue back to colonel Tom Parker and Elvis he was a brilliant manager but he was a control freak wasn't yeah they're control freaks because they want to power for themselves they want the money for themselves I remember a story about Elvis when he first appeared in Vegas I think the frontier hotel here he dressed like a country bumpkin right well that makes sense you want to be normal sometimes and be accepted as just a human being sometimes but if I were managing you George I would want to keep you as vigorously alive as possible and as in touch as possible with the gods inside of you because that's what powers your art but that's not the way the guy who captured Michael Jackson thought he saw Michael Jackson is more valuable dead than alive because what with Reverend Jim crow she went down in a plane crash around nineteen seventy four or something like that and all of a sudden Jim Croce record started selling in a way they never had B. cell once upon a time I was with the Peter Bogdanovich the director and with civil shepherd and Peter Bogdanovich had a father who was an artist and so he gathered some of the most important art dealers on Madison Avenue in his suite at the plaza hotel and said what do I have to do to get my father famous he deserves to be famous and the lead guy in the pack the lead gallery over some very simple the biggest promotion trick you can use it to die well I swear you that anybody who would rather have an artist's dead than alive is the villain and should be held off.

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"tom parker" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"tom parker" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Folks you want to do business with visit Kentucky bank we needed a home loan second mortgage business loan or a checking account Kentucky bank holiday home number at the I. C. equal opportunity look fifteen fifty eight to play forty eight twenty six Kentucky leaves a little bar the cheerleaders just spelled out Kentucky in tonight's celebrity why was the guy who's on the tickets what time voice of the Wildcats well Tom Parker K. would lead for Rebecca and his granddaughter she was cute as a bug out there she gave she gave a more powerful why I think Ralph did she stuck bills fans a smile that was cute yes it was with me at the line shooting to just forty six percent of the season for you it's off to the left always they shoot straight it is what the sovereign from the bench right now shoot shop at St last there it is with this give prizes offered to prove whatever that is this year he's going to be a handful trust or the nine twenty six holds on the point of our we're gonna gets with the drive down the line comes in and out of the file along with the spread the floor left home drive on which the Richards came over to help arsenal with the maxi and it's his first in the team's first he's got isolated there is a veteran of homes the senior big strong so it's two shot seventy one percent view the fans are getting excited now maybe this is the second one cap integrator Lexington area will win read chick fillet chicken biscuits next week download or open the chick fillet at your offer within twenty four hours.

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"tom parker" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"tom parker" Discussed on AP News

"And an agreement signed in nineteen fifty five by Presley giving colonel Tom Parker part of his publishing rights being wraps up August thirteenth a man who made millions in insider trading involving the Ross dress for less store chain has been sentenced to two and a half years in federal prison in a plea agreement the man said that from two thousand nine to twenty twelve he used inside trading information he got from a friend in the Ross stores finance department to make money on options contracts involving the retailer he acknowledged making more than three and a half million dollars but the government said his games could have amounted to as much as eight point two million dog owners who are stressed for long periods can transfer that stress under their dogs according to a study published in scientific reports Swedish researchers say they studied nearly sixty people who own border collies or Shetland sheepdogs they examine hair from the dog owners and their pets and looked at levels of the hormone cortisol which is released into the blood stream and absorbed by hair follicles in response to stress they found human and canine stress levels were in sync I think the owners are influencing the dogs rather than the other way around the scientists say everything from depression and unemployment to excessive physical exercise can influence the amount of cortisol found in hair researchers now plan to investigate whether other dog breeds will react to their owners the same way Friday August second two wire a sandstone bluff gave way crashing down under the crowded beach below near.

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Austin Butler to play Elvis Presley in forthcoming biopic

Lori and Julia

00:24 sec | 3 years ago

Austin Butler to play Elvis Presley in forthcoming biopic

"On we have our new Elvis Presley that would be Austin Butler he is been cast to play Elvis in the upcoming biopic that is going to be directed by Boz Lorman that we're brothers had tested with a handful of actors in full hair and make up at the end of June to see who would join Tom Hanks who was playing Presley's manager colonel Tom Parker in this film and Butler made a lasting

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"tom parker" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"tom parker" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Okay. Fifty years ago. Elvis is special. The sixty eight comeback special. Somehow fifty years ago is still sixty nine as far as I know. That special pretty much put Elvis back on the map at a time that he really needed to be put on the map, you Elvis fan. Matthew. I I do like Galveston, especially that's all this song's. Tremendous. Amazing. There was an HBO did a thing. Elvis the searcher born into and the playoffs. Ron and I'm switching at halftime. And I find part to and it's an amazing story. Elvis Elvis's story will break your heart immoral a lonely rockstar. Then Elvis, and I saw the first part of that. And I didn't see part two yet. And yeah, I mean, there's just there's so much to the story. It's it's it's it's remarkable where he came from and. Who is just amazing and what he was kept from. Yeah. Because for one thing Elvis Elvis becomes this huge overnight sensation. Basically becomes a rock icon is managed by Colonel. Tom Parker who was basically a sleazebag who snuck into the country couldn't leave the country for fear not being able to get back into the country. And that's why Elvis never toured Europe in the thing about Elvis is like, you know, he he's this icon. Then all of a sudden he goes in the army comes out and Parker puts all these bad movies one right after the other every movie required an album every album was, you know, a basically a soundtrack to the movie. So I mean, some of the songs were good. But most of them were like throwaway. Meanwhile, the British invasion is hitting the Beatles. The Rolling Stones the British bands. Motown is exploding folk music is exploding. So all this stuff is going on at the same time and his officers make any stupid movies. Well, and he wanted to break that. But every time you try to get out of it. Well, we got a contract. Act and movies got a contract and got a contracting. You gotta do this. And he his popularity just waned, and it was this special. You know that basically put him back on the map. And what was it like a few minutes before the special? He calls one of his confidence in a room, and it's just him and the other guy, and he says, I can't do this. And the guy said to him if I'm not mistaken. I never asked you to do anything. I'm asking you to do this on an Elvis walks out. And the thing about him through all the BS that was going on the thing.

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