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"tommy ally" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

The Bobby Bones Show

07:29 min | 3 months ago

"tommy ally" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

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It's free to use it installs and a few seconds and now honey is a part of the papal family. Get honey for free at join honey dot com slash bones join honey com slash bones. Start saving join honey dot com slash bones on the bobby bones. Show now tim. How are you good to see ya. Speaking to this mike. Yeah yeah that's the one i mean. i know. sam is here with his band. They're all to play offering style in a second so it is kind of a weird setup and and play this more acoustic way. Yeah well we've been shut down. You know all summer. And i have been a big fan of bluegrass music for a long time now. I'm not good enough to keep up with these guys. But i have My brother-in-law who just married into the family is a great picker and he lives about two hundred dollars from my house. So we've been getting together During the summer and entertain ourselves. He's been showing me the ropes. A little bit is one of these guys are brother-in-law. He was talking about brother lonzo. Hopefully my brother-in-law tommy ally didn't bring him today. He's here flush you guys are gonna jobs. Listen it soundcheck. I think our audience is really gonna love what you guys are about to do. I was thinking about you. You put out southside april third. It was right in the middle of the pandemic the front side of it and i was admitting to this because there was so much news happening and we were all like looking left and right and i didn't get a chance to really listen to south side until about two or three months ago and now i think it's like the greatest record of the year. Oh man appreciate that. But i think that so many people missed out on the impact of not just your music but all music because the impact hit a little different. Did you find that. Yeah we all had more important things to worry about About the time that we drop that record but you know. I had taken a little bit of a break and had not put up much music in a while so when we picked this date back in you know i had tentative days in the past and this is one of those times when it was like okay. Hiller come hell or high water this date we're going to make it work. And then the pandemic hit and that was before we really knew. I think. The trajectory of that was back when we were hearing that by easter. It'll be cleared up so at that point in time i thought well you know. Let's put this. We may even still tour. You know so. Let's put this record out and Even if i knew what. I know now i think still would've put the record out because from there i i've i've been inspired to go on and start trying to work on music makeup for last time but But yeah it's it's one of those things and maybe it'll have a slow creep and like yourself folks will listen to it down the road even if they have listened to it yet. You know it's probably a little off. We get to play them. Live again so people have plenty of time to hopefully tune in check it out. You know i was. I was thinking about you and have a bunch of friends who work in the industry either working record labels or even artists that are doing deals now. I don't know if you realize you're impact on that in a lot of artists now don't want to do full records As far as a deal and they're like well listen sam's putting out a couple of songs at a time and what you're doing is influencing other record deals. Do you realize that. Yeah i think the the the That was inevitable. Think i think. I you know i was in a position to to start doing that a little bit but i think that was inevitable whether you know i started doing that or not but it But you know. I about two years ago. I thought i don't know if i'll put out another record and then i change my tune on that a little bit. Because that's i still appreciate records and with some of the artists put out full records. I like to sit down and listen to a whole record so i. I think it'll be sort of a hybrid like there'll be times when some songs fit on record. Don't it on a record where you just put them out. And then other times you know. You'll have a body of work that has a little more continuity and you can put that out as a record. I have no attention span anymore. Well what happens is i'll go through a record right. That's the big desolate part of an also. We have access to so much music. So you got the so much music out there so you just give them nuggets at a time. And let's say you're record for example. How many tracks on the record. The record south me ended up with twelve. Might be on there if i were unfairly. Listen all the way through ago you know when that was not for me and then wipe it off immediately. Even know. i probably shouldn't have done that. Well yeah so the the back when we would grow on you. You know you listen to songs because you were listening to a record and you know you skip the knicks and eventually you know you might grow on unit becomes one of your favorite songs. But now it's like you kind of get one shot. Never give it a chance. Yeah anyways outside's awesome Do you constantly have a song in your head being the songwriter that you are always something up there. I wish because. I probably get more than they come in. And and you know I'm always thinking about. I'm constantly like trying to You know i'll wake up in the morning. Some time for the tune in my head nelson but ninety percent of what you know what hits me as having potential ends up not having so much potential so you just gotta wait for those ones that come along. Every i'd say every two three months a song come along and i'm like okay. This could be a song writing. Put on record But in the meantime you're you're like fishing or digging for gold everyday. Just keep it up until you finally try to hit something worth putting out. Are you still writing for other artists at all or is it all when you go into room. We're trying to find your next thing. I've just been writing for myself. Because if i write for myself all the time i'm able to scratch out a record you know over a two year period and that's about all i can manage but i miss Sometimes i get my head. And i got this bull's what i want to ride in and it gets harder and harder to hit as opposed to when you're writing for just maybe somebody could cut this. You know there's a lot more options in terms of ideas and you're not sitting there saying what i say like this what. I say it like that or does this. Sound like me so I miss writing with more more openly with the idea that somebody could record it other than me in mind So i've been trying to lean back on that a little bit. You ever write a song and it's a very personal song about where you are on your life then but it's so long before you're going to cut that you go. You know what it's a good song. I don't feel that way anymore. Yeah for sure especially the songs that are like a little more honest or it's like you're in a hole and you hit space and you almost can't can't have to remember the guy that guy who what was he thinking about feeling at that time but So you've sacrificed good songs because you don't feel that way anymore possibly Yeah there there have been some songs that i think. Are you know in in saying a lot. Because i put out some fairly honest. I guess vulnerable songs. But there've been some there. I'm like nah i can't say.

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"tommy ally" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

06:50 min | 6 months ago

"tommy ally" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Side of things? I always remembered Jillian and recording us. And in the ran's Janie actually recorded our demos and Michael Delete singer Michael wheaties house. And to be interesting. He had a four track tape machine he could do aid or. Or even more tracks through of you know the sound on sound functions a on the recorder, and of course, you lose quality every time you do that. But you know we could overdubbed and then in the Razz we did a lot of recording. And you know again, I mean, we started recording professional sixteen track two, inch, twenty, four, track, two inch. Does with you know at least an MCI console or something like Don. Nave. And then. I just took the I started. You know there was a lot of time down time to kill and some of these sessions and A. and. I would read forty engineer and producer magazine Diagram Studio setups every month or however many times come out a year and. You know I just was because drum sounds really depressing a lot of times. And I had already you know kind of. You know was romanized around the snare drum on. The phone calls see Redo by the rows and During the. Middle Ages or something like God in. The bridges rather and then I read in these diagrams about how they were making the drums and You know they'd show the Mike Diagram from some girls or You know some other session and this one particular produce remember Chris Kimsey. I think worked a lot with the stones. You know he was like using ambient lakes. I saw the the measurements for you know like feet up nine feet away and I was like, okay. I'll try that. You know I'm going to. Puts mammy expect year and. Might not have been ninety. Nine hundred away know but. It was just an idea and so the drums, all sudden would sound better. And after the RAZZ FRO GOP. I in a band called night man work Kim allure. Front. In the production side of it. Now is definitely where I worked a lot on germs because I'd been working with Joan, more greenhouse at tracks studios. In. Silver. Spring right outside of Washington DC and and and Marcus kind of like a mentor you know he he assisted on. Linda. Ronstadt session. From like whirlwind I think she was in town with like doing dates and and you know. Kind of gravitated towards accounting and. Learned how to do vocals record vocal side. Now I have two for one thing out here right away. Okay I'm not an engineer. I, don't like engineering I some market tied up. Twelve o'clock at night with. One of the patches on the compressor isn't working. Then, fighting with for an hour or something so I was like Nah. Run in that part of my brain is really that great but. At a certain point I even planted bands for so long and courting for so long. And then you know I've played with Tommy from. Nineteen. After the routes broke up in seventeen nourishing. In I was in the short-lived project with some. A couple of people from the Raza. Principal Songwriter in Syria. Michael Byrne and. We recorded a lot. And And with term, you know we had worked with t-bone Burnett and Don Dixon sides just producing ourselves. But we we did an album with t-bone Burnett in Don Dixon that was never released. Oh. Places that are gone. was called. A track recorders. After you know the razz offshoots got. You know done with Tommy would gone to New York complied with Suzanne. Pollini. Who headed of making love on the phone. Okay. He was in her touring band. Okay and and then he stuck around and was in a band with Kenny. aaronson is a bass player I'd already opened up for him. the Bandy was in call dust that also had marky ramone in in the lead I was Ritchie wise. had been at a GIG was once thirteen or somebody seventeen. Right and I nine I met testing a couple of times. Various places I. Guess we all add he had played I WANNA say Clinton Johannesen ban but no, he wasn't. I know I saw him like Klay with Darrin Jer on all this sewing. told me it was claimed with all these people the and disband. He was in called pieces was being managed by the person that managed Blondie for quite a while of. Peter leads okay. SHEP warden Merican, managed them later. Alice Cooper managers some I'm not sure. The pin leads to manage. And anyways. Eighteen bags of Washington you know we kept in touch and. And I like Tommy ally you know he's very talented guy and then you know he's I'm a chime own group I've got some songs where you produce demos. Sure and that just kind of started off that old saying we did. A more or less regionally released them called strange alliance..

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"tommy ally" Discussed on The Work in Sports Podcast - Insider Advice for Sports Careers

The Work in Sports Podcast - Insider Advice for Sports Careers

05:47 min | 7 months ago

"tommy ally" Discussed on The Work in Sports Podcast - Insider Advice for Sports Careers

"The most. Eye Opening experiences in terms of just helping me learn the industry in and develop as a person, and as a worker in. I, I'd like to stay connected as much as I can. I'm excited. We're getting to the Geeky part where we get to talk about film study, but anyway well. Let's just keep going. The dream scenario for most people. Is that they in turn somewhere? They gained some experience that got to prove themselves a little bit, and then it turns into a fulltime job at that organization. It doesn't always work that way. It's always a straight line for people in their careers, but this did happen for you, and it was at the NFL League offices, which is pretty impressive. You are player personnel intern in the summer of two thousand sixteen, and then a little over a year later. They hired you full time as a player personnel assistant. Your gap in their between when your internship was and when they actually you. What was your approach in that year period where you stay in touch with people? How did you make sure they didn't forget about? You know that you were still a valuable person to to be employee there. Once you ready. So I did see in contact with them. Just seeing everybody was and what was going on the office and stuff like that nothing like crazier. Like every week or anything like that, I, check in every couple months. Tax Me you see what was up. Things like that. I had kind of just bill relationship with some of those people just working there. In like, how's your kid? Has Your wife stuff like that? So they had known that I started, so they actually I was John when the spot opened. And they call me like October and said like. Hey, there's an opening. What do think about applying and I was like October. We're doing ops. We were we didn't have enough people on our staff and our like that would be really bad time for me to just leave in the middle of the season. and they were like well. If you're serious and you would definitely take it after the season we can hold a spot long, and you can just apply, and we'll have the stargate as after so. That is what ended up happening and I went through the process right after the season and actually started in New York. We flew home for the bowl game and I went to New York. The next day we flew home on Tuesday night and I started Wednesday morning, so. Not a lot of time in between, but but that's kind of how it happened. Okay so that's pretty cool that they were holding a spot for you. You obviously must have proven yourself really well during that initial internship. So, what was that experience like? was that a different completely different introduction? I'd imagine I mean temples a big program. It's a D., one school and everything, but I think jumping to the NFL. League office has had to be a pretty big shift right. I mean what was that? That experience like and and what were some of the big takeaways from that experience, so it was definitely different, because everything Kinda like I talked about everything I did I temple was off the field, so we with events and catering hotels and stuff what I did the League office, so I guess just backtracking a little bit. So when we say player personnel on the team side, it usually just means scouting evaluation. Personnel, the League office was more of like the Admin side, so we did a lot of work with like player contracts transaction salary cap work rules kind of almost like compliance. CBA just making sure that every all teams are with that stuff It was different. It was nothing I had ever done before, and they had told me basically that one of the main reasons that they had hired me even though I didn't have any experience in that specific area was just been wanted candidates that have been around football, but also have an interest actually be willing to learn and get better have an interest in football and understand how to operate in football environment on. It was good though I. Had I had a really good experience. I learned a lot. I I like the people over. There are a lot. It's a lot of smart people in that department. That again Tommy ally and how many grow! It's interesting because it's not just I mean. People get so locked in and I did the same thing you get so locked in on having specific skills attract directly to job, but so many times employers are looking to hire people that have a passion some experience like they can teach trait. They can teach Pacific skills. But? You can't teach somebody excitement about the roller excitement about the industry or some knowledge firsthand knowledge so getting that internship, experience or that on on. Departmental experienced with tempo, and then translating the League offices made a difference. So, what was the training program like at the NFL office? They kind of bring you in and say we're GONNA. Show you how we do things our way. So the first week, we had like intern training, so we all kind of just learn a little bit about how everything worked. There were like forty of us across the whole league, so between marketing communications and stuff like that. So we did that in the beginning, and then it was kind of just learning on the job, so they give me a task in kind of teach me how to do it as we go along and go from there we sat in like salary cap meetings. And things regarding the work rules that helped me didn't understand a lot of going in. Sit in a meeting and just take all these knows her nursing later. But just being in there, and being able to listen to learn from so many experienced, qualified and really smart people helped me grow. I'm figuring you've probably got some mentors for life, too. Like people at the offices you can still lean on and ask questions of and kind of re. Is. Wouldn't you say that's one of the more important things that come out of any experiences making some of those senior connections that can help you as a a mentorship type role, as well one hundred percent and I say this all the time when people ask me about my work stuff. I wouldn't be. where I am without the people who have helped me along the way, the League office at Temple at the Eagles, just throughout the whole process on I've been really really lucky to have good people around me yeah. So after about a year with the NFL you come back to the hometown team pretty exciting. You work your way up to your current role as player personnel coordinator. Would you remember most about your first day? With the Eagles, I mean this has to be I would imagine that someone of an emotional experience is the team you grew up cheering for. You've had this dream for a while to work on the team side in pro sports and your your first real opportunity..

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"tommy ally" Discussed on DV Radio

DV Radio

07:54 min | 11 months ago

"tommy ally" Discussed on DV Radio

"I'm your host Joaquin Wok Tai Scab. We are here with Theresa Crossman and I want to again reiterate if you're just joining us We're discussing a very difficult subject tonight. We're discussing military sexual trauma. The first half of the show was not easy to listen to. Theresa's stories or fine. But it's really important that we hear stories like hers because we can't keep brushing military sexual trauma sexual assault and rape in the military. We can't keep brushing it under the rug. So I'm warning you. This is a difficult subject matter but stick with us. There's light at the end of the tunnel. There's encouragement in that's where we're headed next Theresa We talked about the way. Things were the with the cyclic self-destructive behavior. When did you come to a point where you wanted to or realized you were you? Were living a destructive lifestyle and you wanted to change you. Wanted to find healing and growth. Probably at in during that time I had gotten divorced to my first husband. Lost custody of my son so Also not an atypical story. That's fairly common with PTSD right totally. So I see so again. I moved to California with my second husband and you know and of course I. I've been wanting to move here since I was a little girl. And so by that point. I thought I was moving to a big party so I came here and I just partied and then until I was thirty years old so I was twenty six four years of partying and it was all really was still just continuing stuffing everything one day. I didn't have any money in you know this was. Yeah my hat. My Ex was out to sea for six months and nothing was working the none enough money for alcohol. Lert we didn't I wasn't really into the other stuff so much and so i. I didn't know what to do so I called a like an inpatient mental health facility. That would actually come and pick you up like a cab or something. 'cause I didn't I couldn't drive. I was in no condition to drive. Depressed I nothing. Was working anymore to stuff all that shit in so finally. The rage turned into depression. And that's that's what. Depression has suppressed anger. Run and so So when they they said okay I told him I you know I always try care because at that point it wasn't it was like unheard of for a woman to claim. Va benefits or anything. Right in for me. I didn't even think about using bit. Va Benefits so. I just called used my husband at the time. Use His insurance and they made me try care through the navy and he so they said while we can't take you'll have to go to Balboa Naval Hospital so that was in nineteen nine. Excuse me that was in ninety one. I a They sent me over to a really nice recovery from addiction. Recovery Place La Hoya and you know but that place saved my life. Excuse me so I got off of everything and then proceeded to try every just about every psych man they had available for me through the Va. Said I finally got into the system. I I did it with civilian doctors. 'cause I didn't know a whole lot about holistic medicines and whatnot. I was still doing military style exercise. I knew I was also nutrition as awesome as a nutritious as a result of Miami. Ptsd and so. I was teaching people how to live with their Eat with their lifestyles and I took care of all the difficult ones in all the celebrities around southern cal and I I loved him but again. Ptsd gotten away. And so I had lost got so is on social security known. I was on state disability at that point and From there you know I got clean and sober and then I started working the twelve steps and then on I realized that for me seemed like a colty could get Kinda For me I mean I just took what I liked from that program and left what I didn't like you know they're in both don in just preceded do And I and I had a therapist in just saw my therapist while my appointments were every week. I went almost as much as I could show up. Put it that way and You know and I just kept doing it and I read everything I could about it and But what happened was in the nineties on. They decided they didn't want to recognize ahead. Ptsd and so ninety. Six filed by train and I was apparently had been a parental paralegal for while we didn't have computers so I did everything old school style and I won my claim first time around while and because they tried to use all this they they know how to mess it up for you in people that go in there not knowing how to behave at their their interviews as they called them back and You know or they didn't know how to write up their you know their claims and things like that you have to word it. Excuse me in a way that they understand it and and their lingo. Because if you're not working in their bank oh you're not gonNA attempting to it so you have to do it that way and and and sure. Joaquin you know about this when you're cleaning up after that guy in the navy right. You probably had cleaned up his paperwork. Oh God yeah. I've had to do that too in the in the army so in a top line because of that I was able to get through these claims for US my paralegal background right right through. And that's what I do at no charge. I don't charge people's I do these claims for people and I teach them how to file on their own. I'm not a lawyer. I just say this is how I recommend how I recommend how you do it to you whether you're going to do it that way right. Yeah yeah this is what I know. Works Yeah so anyway so it turned out that and what happened was I had a really good Sponsor in am we became really good close close friends and I continued to be friends with her. Even when I stopped using that program but we Tommy ally you know She taught me that It was safe to be a woman again. You know so to speak because I was always in the army. I learned to be an IT..

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"tommy ally" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

13:13 min | 1 year ago

"tommy ally" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

"Well Jimmy. We got TA patch helping you. Patch Pat who patch. Adams is fucking patch. Adams is calling it. That's that's that's not stoned at all. We got patch. Here's I was GonNa say I know you said we got and literally mash them. secaucus I was GonNa say this is what I was GonNa say I thought about it and this is part of this stuff that I'm going to use sure when you know you keep telling me to open up for you like on these big shows. I go Jimmy. We'll work on my bits. So Jimmy I was GonNa say one atoms tell me about his list list a couple of fights well last fight I think was the loss of party and I think that was his last. So go to the decision to John Buhler Tarja read that in a row. Yeah Man. He's a little bit of a rough patch. Adams in heart wasn't wasn't I was GONNA say atoms. What do you think of that if you fucked up my punching even you? I didn't catch that. This was going to say and I thought it up because before why call them batch atoms but this is what I was gonNA say. Packs a movie patch. Robin Williams is a doctor who heals people with good clown shoes all that. Nobody's GonNa get does Huber now. That's an old movie sign patch but I saw is calling later. It was a joke pretty much anybody around fifty or how about this everywhere joking. You just said it no but I know what fuck it up. This is what I was going to do. I who is going to do the I I was GonNa say fuck it got somebody calling in always calling us. Oh don't use L.. How do we have them? No I bet you never saw the movie patch Adams Minot does not even him it is. Is it sure want one. I'd want Adams why items he got me fucked up. Jim Jimmy Jim Jim Jimmy. That was Oh remind me later on the I want to inquire that we could play the new tyron Woodley Song I heard it. He's a new saw. I heard it man I I want. I'm going to listen to it one more time and then I'm going to start seeing it. What's it called? I think it's kind of like A. It's kind of like a love song. Really wrapped rat love song. I want to hear it again. Because it's my book on it. You know but it was some fucking thing. He talks about curves. What's he seeing a love song? Oh Aw Jimmy. It's a rap song but it's really gangster Jimmy. I'd be interested to hear that it's not really a gang so it's really it's cool. What's the what are the Cooler Zeta without? Try this alcohol cord you like you see Jimmy. Hey Jimmy fucked up that one Adams joke now. You didn't know it was perfect. You had Jimmy. What do you think I opened for Ya? I hope before you at fucking stuck in a place called Yuk yuks. Yes in Canada. Hello on how are you. Good Buddy scored on one the Muslim. How're you how are you feeling you? It's funny we were watching the last couple of You last fight and you seem very very frustrated at the end of it. Well you manage yourself or you mad at the wrath or was it a combination combination of the two. You know Last night the game implant was you know the to stick the job on 'em keep moving keep moving till you saw an opening and then go for the takedown really wanted to test his gas tank. me being meals in four or five more part of the only five dollars over really emotionally invested in. So I saw that opening I rushed the game plan and that that was on me. A Lot So that that's I also didn't feel like I was in any danger. You know I come from amateur wrestling background. We get it on a single we stay there. So that's just that's just you know wrestling took over I wasn't feeling endanger those punches. Like nothing hurt so oh I thought I was good. I was waiting for adjusted once after that. I was waiting to see When he was his way was shift again and I had three options in my head playing out and now the next thing I knew if I were stopped so that that played a little bit into but you know at the end of the day I learned from that I just? I'm I'm not an emotional fighter. I can't be emotional when our fight so I'm working on you know improving myself being more in control of everything. Why are you emotional for that? I know is that you had wanted what what was emotionally. I don't like him at the end of that. I don't like to do period And it's is now one of those things is just gonNa be sorted with a a sit down talking to But also recognize it how he chooses to live his live in now he chooses to deal with the things in his past is his choice to make is not mind. I don't agree with a lot of things he's done. I don't agree with who he is is the person I I don't agree with the treatment that he's gotten but at the end of the day it's not my choice to make so You know have to resolve that within myself in in you know. Oh really kind of practice. What I've always been a living let live type of dude on our but I also believe in being accountable for your actions taking full responsibility possibility for everything that you've done and But you know it says lifing do whatever he wants He doesn't seem to be hurting people anymore. So that's Whatever he does now's between 'em and whoever answers to yet I was gonna say that's that's a fight? You'd like to get back like that's that's that's one of those ones where it just it went south. I could send you to get that one back. Definitely definitely and You know I think based based off of his performances and you know when I go and I continue to win I go and I I went my next four fights then. It's something I can ask for but right now that's too many variables to focus on me so the things that I know for sure happening is away in on Friday. That's mission Russian. One and missing too is I ended in the cage on Saturday. I'll tell you right now. I excuse me I like where your head's at for a guy that's Coming off a couple of tough losses. Some other guys might be doubt themselves. I must come from your wrestling background as a competitor. Because you could be down a couple of matches and then go on and you show them that you could bounce back from that and you're wrestling is that we get this attitude from you've got a great attitude you don't sound like a guy that's coming off a loss you sound with the most of my career you know when I was wrestling in college I actually. That's when I started going to therapy because I had horrible performance anxiety I was so obsessed who says with rankings this that and the other that I feel I I never really reached my full potential with that would I did learn. Is You know you can always bounce back at my my senior a year I think at one point I was a four and six my fifth year in college and you know that was a point when I was down because I could have graduated the year able for my coach asked me to come back so I had to actually have to pick up a minor troppled class just so that I wouldn't meet graduation requirements and How so I I came back here but I was only there to wrestle? I only had to pass one class both semesters total so and I could literally fs and everything and get a d. in that one class and I still would have graduated so I am I. was there just wrestle and being down at that point in my career you know I was I. Think four and six or five and six at some point And then I won five matches. I was telling sakes but that was supposed to be my a year and It wasn't going how planned and but bouncing back from the the places that I was at at that time in recovering hovering from that pulling myself out of that dark place where you're downing all your decisions in you know you don't you. Don't think that you're worth Were you at that point. I didn't even feel like worth my scholarship. So that was. That was tough but getting through that Tommy ally in now anytime. I'm in a dark place. Ace I know like I can get past that you know and then same thing happened. You Know Conference Tournament that year I was the number one seed and you know some the felt all something felt off in I was I ended up taking fourth that year. I didn't qualify for nationals and my mom calls me and tells me she has cancer. That was that was tough for me. You know just at that point. I'm questioning if I'm even done graduate because I'm going to class and just tears streaming down my eyes I'm leaving formations are barely holding it together. I was drinking almost every day But you know I rallied back from that. I graduated a guy minor minor men after that I got you know some pretty good job so just pulling yourself out of that and and you know each time you've been tested in when you know life Sa's tested you and you overcome it. It changes your outlook on a lot of thinks. You're very open and I go to therapy to and I also go into those tarp. Lay the problem with dark places. Sometimes sometimes it feels good and familiar and spiraling is really easy like it starts to feed on itself like I start telling myself all this horrible bullshit and then it's like moving downhill. It's very hard to stop those spirals when they're happening yet is And you know for me. It doesn't it never gets to a point where like I think I would take my own life but it gets to a point where I don't care if I exist anymore and so I just engaged in a lot of self destructive behavior now so for me you know I recognize I have. I have a firm rule either when I'm out of camp I'd I'd try not to drink a whole lot like I like to party a little bit to have how fun Socially but my rule is I. I don't I try not to drink more than twice a week right and that doesn't matter if it's just one drink here And then you know two or three drinks another day in the week but no matter what I try and keep it to two days a week that out during those two days where I don't train the next day and and when I find myself falling down or like That's how I know spirals about the happiness because I have my you know. Well you know I'm I'm doing good this week leaguer. I didn't drink twice last week's carries over into this is starts those spirals and then next thing. I know I'm out partying in doing that. So I stopped myself sooners. I get to that point and that's when I usually go out to check in with my therapist and we talked through the things we do. Two or three sessions and I'm good to go I'm I'm back on my grind so this is just knowing that overall overall plan for myself and I can't ever lose sight of that were you you play. I played football at one point alignment. You'll you building a lineman yeah In in high school I was a defensive tackle. The year they moved me to offensive line. I broke my hand the I I play our first series of the first game here and I lost all all the any school that was interested in me with straight to walking on and at that point I realized that I don't really love football right in the B. to make it to the top levels the football you either have to be incredibly naturally gifted or you have to love the sport typically. It's a combination of the two and You yeah no so. I decided at that point I was Gonna I was GONNA walk on and it was gonna be wrestling so I walked onto the I e one school that offered me in wrestling That year my freshman year five and five led the team but I led the team in pins that year so the next year they gave me a scholarship and You know from there. I went on to become a two year team captain and right win a bombed out a conference. You know a couple of months later. The colts called my coach coach and They said I do enough They wanted me to try out for this special program for our athletes and our whole maternity sideways Nevada. One they wanted me to do This special program the special trial process so I went home Signed up with the training center where I was meeting. A lot of guys is That were either recovering from injuries or also free agents in the NFL trying to get signed from there The packers came down in evaluating me for a workout and a couple the teams that express interest to my Asian but again during this time I realized I love working out..

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"tommy ally" Discussed on Dave Berry's Dadpod

Dave Berry's Dadpod

10:28 min | 1 year ago

"tommy ally" Discussed on Dave Berry's Dadpod

"Seven years from now you come home. Yeah Raymond's there. It's a great year. He stood there in the Hawaiian behold. He's wearing a full mentioned kit my Hello and welcome to this episode of Dave. Barry's that part with Royal London. I am Dave Berry and I recently became a father for the first time to a wonderfully to being named evangeline. And that's why I wanted to create a space where people come celebrate over the wonderful exciting and sometimes frankly scary things off fatherhood. Each episode joined by special guests. Talk all things that and today I'm joined by a stand up comedian. Whose quite the year he might the country law finishing shing fourth place in this year's Britain's got talent? His audition has now been viewed thirty million times on Youtube along the way he managed to impress the not always easy to impress Simon Cowe and he's finds include comic superstars such as Kevin Hart and Chris Rock along. We've all of this. He has become a dad that for the first time to a son named Roman Kingsley. It's Kojak come up. Yes coach is what I say. It's a pleasure to be on your podcast. I haven't seen in a while. We were lose across the room from each other. We used to stare at each other through sound. I'm still pretending not about you. Good view of a man. Thank you so much. Haven't what it's so lovely to have you here and let's start talking about marrying comedy with being a Dad. It's a large part of your stand up routine here. Why do you think it's such a great topic that Unites Comedians wins and the audience alike? I feel like it depends when you become that out. Say whoa because it kind of mirrors most of the population. I would say most most adults. I mean live. Stand up comedies. In an adult you eighteen to come and see us. You know what I mean. So it's like that cool Rodin's parents or families so you you get to a stage where I feel like I was kind of late to the party. I'm sure sometimes you do the maths on it. Sometimes I remember I remember hiding my dad's fortieth birthday. They pricing in my bedroom. When I was about fourteen or no yes I think he's a young dad? Signed copy said to me to. I was late to the Party so so for me. It's like it's exciting time for me because I get to have a whole new chapter of material new experiences. I'm kind of caught up to my audience. Do not because guy who's just out and about going up Monday to Friday is a distant memory the responsibility. AH IT'S A beautiful marriage in terms of comedy and being a family guy because you get to get a lot more meetings so the taxi tour which is going to be coming to venues across the UK twenty twenty. How much does your show focus on being a father? What percentage of is fact yourself off? Kirsty percent yeah because I feel like before like they've you you've known me for a long time and I felt like I kind of went through a period in my life when I when I when I left radio to pursue film and some other stuff it was kind of a a a downward spiral for for me personally and I- vested my time time when I was in that space just being happy Just being happy so met my field. My now fiancee. Tiffany and then finding that we're about to have a the child it was like just we're all my energy went into I mean and then from when Roman was born. It's just been like a blessing of the blessing of the blessing. And I feel like it's just in the perfect moment for me to be be a father because he is GonNa be when you're ready as well. You know how we are Latino. I mean we've got to be ready to appeared that I couldn't agree more. I mean one of the things I would say about being a slightly older dad is that I do feel ready to have this in my life and I mean obviously it eighty such a blessing to have children at anytime see everybody. Listen to this If you are a mom or that we know that you love your kids whichever Tommy ally Malone but I feel settled astle now. I feel ready to embrace experience. Picking up from what you just said you recently tweeted. That having a child puts an extra battery in your work right. Yeah it drives you to realize that good good is good enough when greatness is available so that you're talking about what might you said a downward spiral. Then you tiffany. An enrollment is born and now we see a having such incredible success of. I'm so please few in your work life. Are you saying that. The two of those things are linked in some way -solutely because this man I feel like you know it's say it's a buzzword. I guess or something at the moment in terms of mental health mental health construct from you being happy enough to do something for yourself. You know what I mean like I we step into that space. Where is easy to kind of go? Someone else's pace in it you. You haven't done that. Yeah you don't want I hope you wash it out for your home you'll you'll think is just pile dine. Jeremy says easy to kind of be helpful to someone else then then is yourself to listen to their issues. Supportive friend while exacting isn't necessarily exactly exactly and I felt like I was in a space where I wasn't really excited about doing of myself but when I found out my son was coming. That's the new battery pack. That's the new energy that I caught him down. I'll give him any excuses. He don't Care Eh does in yesterday he needs to be right now and I feel like that's what I mean by. It's easier for me. It was easy for me. I mean now I'm okay but it was easier for me to do everything for him Poe all my energy into him I was excited to actually have someone else that I could care about. Even if I didn't care about myself as much approach he was my new motivation. And that's what I mean by having that new energy that battery pack when you when you have a child while I'm I'm so pleased you know because people's mental wellbeing is such an important one thing and if you feel that you your mental well being was treated by the birth of your son. That's just such a wonderful thing and that's wonderful thing for him to now in years to come as he makes up like fifty percent of your tall. I want to be a document the Roman you're out quality money. I don't want any of these five pounds fucking talking about since you're GONNA have to make sure you look off so you talk about Rudman being born and sharpening your focus. How have you found being a dad which he cites trial and error? This is something offsets other people who guested on the podcast. Is you kind of figuring out what you got any the answer but trial and error like there's no professional out there not even people who are childminders care is because every child is individual every child. There's no one that's ever raised evangeline There's no there's no one ever raised so so you are finding out about that human being doing every single day and just a routine together. There's a comfortable because they consistently do they. Keep us on our toes in the road. As I'm sure we will become apparent. You tell everyone this is what you do and Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah. Mind enough with the advice. Like let me mess up myself I mean. Let me learn the hardware as everyone has done kind of thing so yeah I appreciate the advice that you get from people you know the other stuff but there has to be room for you to become. You'll around dad you don't even you're that you're going to be very that. Yeah I mean. No one's ever been married that that before on a hope not for everyone but that's a really strong piece of advice. You can only be a parent to your child. You're the only person who's done that. You need to make your own mistakes and you're so right about it's interesting because some of the things speak to other. That's about another mom's parents in in general some of the things I find challenging. We don't have in our life because evangeline is not that kind of baby really blessed the fact she just loves to sleep just like it was right. Because that's you just see an you know and my heart goes out soon. You just see some dads and moms and just absolutely highly angle. Because I had an an hour sleep. You want to know how we do. You know what you even add to the question before like what I did was I. I find myself somebody who responds to a situation. Then the reacts to one and the difference is reacting to a child companies. Okay the baby's hand now I'm going to but if you know a child coming You kind of got my mum's yeah nature tight around the nine month. Mark was maybe ten months because he was free relate. He was talking when he came out so I was like I was like nine months. Get into your head of what's going to happen. That's my moms of now moving into a new rhythm of being a dad. I mean getting maybe habits of of your life that you have that you know that you ain't GonNa do when the child comes. He's then you can respond to. The situation is yeah. I mean I I'll see you question going. How was how was your very first night when and you brought evangeline Ho like how? How is that moment when you're when you're sitting down it's just you and your partner? Yeah we'll come together and you. It just seems like what was going through your mind. I like our like you're at home and she's home. It's like ways the adult. Why why why is that? I want here of said on the podcast before that drive home from the hospital was the most cautious love checking Kim checking both ways. You know. There's there's A. There's a trucker hat. It's miles down the road. I'm still not pulling out from the Dutch. They felt that I just showed her around her new home. Trump and lots of into what was going to Beh-.

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"tommy ally" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"tommy ally" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"She. It was so funny without trying like it wasn't like an effort. You know to bring humor but she did choose my favorite in the house. I really liked her a mr. What if if tommy. I like tommy ally. I've liked tommy since the beginning and i think that he's playing a really really good game and you know even when i wasn't a fan of the big alliance i always still like tommy even though he was part of it and and driving force in it always root for him like a lot yeah taryn. I got to see tommy another costume tonight i do. I do like that the russians this year. There's a lot a lot of costumes. Why are we have we up the costume budget the budget yeah look. They got a discount somewhere. You know the good thing about big brother being on in the summers that there's a lot of these like halloween stores that opened up and then nobody's in them until september and they must get so much good feedback feedback. People must just eat those costumes because why have someone in a costume every single week when i feel like the norm has been one or two a season and now it's like they're doling out the costumes left and right johnny brennan. You saw chicken costume. I feel like the budget has not expanded. Necessarily they've just that was like a dollar store. Costume with some feathers glued on that is on par with what the budget for the costumes austere. There's just more of them okay. Did you ever have to wear a costume bernie. I never had like a costume punishment. Let's see we did the sock puppet and then i they had like competition wear punish in a costume. It's always really fascinating. How like if you watch the feeds and you're really into it how the rules work with things like those costumes versus how it appears on t._v. It's very different now. I know you wore the dinosaur costume home on the amazing race. Thanks yeah challenge yeah. How was that well. We were in dubai was a hundred and three degrees at night and to be respectful every we were long sleeves and pants on of the culture church and so it was like heat stroke city it was so freaking hot and then you're like putting yourself in like a sauna suit like that dinosaur or costume is just holding it all and it was horrible. It was horrible and you couldn't hear anything because when you would run it would like shake against against your head. It was like wind. It was so bad you couldn't hear anything you can say anything to think at found in your face. I see those costumes around actually quite a a bit like i dunno just have on randomly. If you go to a fair or a parade or something you'll see those costumes bunting all right right boy. Maybe big brother twenty-one can can grab so error that cost. You need some sort of arab element to it. It might cause a problem with audio so maybe not it's possible okay all right so i want to take some questions for britney and then we're i'm gonna get into talking about what's been going on the live feeds and then get a set up for the coming up on tomorrow night sky. We're good with questions jin's ready. Yes two seconds <hes> there. I got all right of course if you're joining us. Late also remind people people to check out random acts of brittany over on t._v. Co make sure you download the app to be able to check out. Who did you have on the show this week bernie. I'm still working on trying to get nicole to come on with me this week so hopefully that works out. Okay all right. Check that out at the t._i. Grabby t._v. co app okay. Let's take question this is from <hes> benke who says let me go to big one houseguests during the nick and christie expo blowup of as per taryn and yeah if you missed it on youtube this morning taryn does a daily live update brittany and did impression of the faces is that everybody's making during a taco tuesday. That's my favorite taco. Tuesday will never be the same so check out on youtube..

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"tommy ally" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"tommy ally" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"View. I do you feel like it would have been more balanced because you have cysts and tommy and mic on one side and holly and jackson cat another with the call and clinton the middle. That's kind kind of. How did i forget anybody jackson jackson. Tommy were were reconnecting there. I feel like you're right. They would have gone after nick because they have a relationship with tommy wants wants nick is gone. Tommy has nowhere else to turn but jackson and holly cat has jess cliffe nicole under control. I feel like they run. They run the whole show at at that point if they're they're actually like taking a shot against christie and define tommy on his show agent victor. I don't feel like that jackson and tommy our buddy buddy anymore. I really don't think that they trust each other. I mean i agree but i don't know where else he goes. I feel like he goes to nicole and cliff who keeps his word as you would like to point out in there and it and forms a little threesome foursome by some and takes a shot at the big bad three so. I don't know that that's a worse universe. In fact i feel like the universe that we're headed toward is really worse because now we can talk about the state of the house but i don't like where the houses right now now. I have a lot a lot of hoax me up. I don't know i've been up or not a downer. It doesn't azeem that way. I mean there are elements okay here. Let me let me talk about the posits that because they don't want to be down. Okay cliff is giving me everything like campaign gene cat even though she's failing terrible at campaigning. She's still making me laugh. I'm enjoying jackson and holly much more than i ever have before. Tommy's not annoying me as much which is he has christie i can at least most i do identify with you in that krissy even though she annoys the shit out of me and she's critical is how she's playing a ballsy game and she is out in front and she is like nobody's. She's a shield in front of her. She is the show for everybody else. If people would go after christie before they go after anybody the else and i i really take solace in the fact that she's playing such alpha game. Where like basically tommy is the beta to her alpha so there's that i i just you know sister's annoying the shit out of me and jessica with her looking christie's taint every other minute is really annoying the shit out of me too so there you go all right yeah well i. I will tell you i will say this. I think that you definitely don't like tommy ally and definitely a lot higher on holly. I feel like what's tappan here with christy situations that the twist nearly helped save holly and let her be in the prime position and instead..

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"tommy ally" Discussed on Short Story Long

Short Story Long

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"tommy ally" Discussed on Short Story Long

"Now. These kids can go live on instagram and have hundreds of thousands of people washing them like throw Zanex into their own and there's just no barrier barrier yeah you know and like I think that's crazy. It's the real filter is when people die because that's the end result and that's all I'm really trying to say is there is end for show yeah <hes> so at like Sixteen Pittsburgh. I guess what right what I'm wondering is like when did wrapping like start to catch and be like this is actually working whether it's doing little shows what comes first you start to build a fan base. I think for me. It really started I.. I was recording <unk> by D._J.. In engineer at the time his name was Huggy <hes> in <hes> really learn how to put songs together. Dan Tommy Allied to partner diesel. He taught me a lot but learn how to put songs together. Sixteen bars a bar who sixteen bars a <unk> a bar bridge a <unk> now use that used to be the the format right now. It's like a bar hook a verse a Bar Hook Song over but the they taught me like <unk>. Song like rap formula with that are built. I may like four songs that were really good. I really liked and that's what I kinda on a shop around to people by will go to New York and Goethe major labels Columbia in-and-out will meet with <hes> all hip hop they will one of the first <hes> media outlets to cover me so I will meet with them and they put me in the breeding grounds. I will drive up there and then that will do little showcases so like two or three songs. I remember reveal their knowledge in the cool kids. I don't know if you remember them different group but what was knowledge is group called <hes> it was him in. Ah Asian 'cause whose <hes> who works with <hes>. I should know that would mackel more now but be the although we all go back but <hes> that's how I really started with going up there. During that had like four four songs that I was really really working men in that's when I got my production deal with with <hes> with Rostrum GonNa Start Benji and then where were they based out of Russia Pittsburgh okay. I thought it only had one artist at that time who traveled with a single and stuff like that but there was no nothing really organic like me so the angle was kinda different. We were trying to make big songs. They kind of paid off in Kinda did so in the meantime while I was making those big songs I was able to also just ride my ass off and just being the studio and Iran around homeys in and that's when I started smoking weed and like going crazy within the less. My first mix tape came out. Princeton city got and then from there we just Iraq. That's what it started started. Yeah yeah cut here so you got the deal before. You really had like a fan base or anything like that. Show like chills for fans. Na Na it's fan base off a mass base definitely being on mass base in being active on there just like always having cool graphics and cool pictures of myself yeah <hes> there was a really cast like smoking on Internet back then so like I had like four smoking pictures like crazy exactly him. He's doing something man. You really see a blind. It was like this big but you just see like some smoke coming always smuggle. Lee Crazy ashes while that's funny man <hes> what <hes> so.

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"tommy ally" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"tommy ally" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Fifty four can extend seventies own program director can Charles was relaxing at his home in the southeastern San Fernando Valley when his evening was interrupted by the big quake it was shaking I'm an east coast boys so I don't have a lot of reference points for this but when I saw the TV shaken the mayor's shake it was like oh my god are we going through one now and it was just feeling what was going on in ridgecrest pretty incredible and skin extensively program there can Charles from his home in studio city well the quake was felt well into Nevada and Kinect's listener Lori says it was really strong at her home in the town of Summerlin just west of the Las Vegas my yeah started shaking and it was a rolling this is a very strong rolling quake lasted for about fifteen seconds my husband Tommy ally were in the Northridge earthquake one of the reasons why we're not in the southern California but so we knew what it was immediately that skin X. listener Lori describing how the big quake felt at her home just outside of Las Vegas coming up president trump not giving up on asking questions about citizenship on the senses we'll have more on that story coming up at the top of the hour first traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the fives at three fifty five let's check in with Tanya couples we've got a crashing cars and four five south before the one ten connector that has moved over to the right shoulder but it is causing just a little bit of slowing five south of valley view there's an overturned vehicle off to the right shoulder this is a construction area so they're working on getting that removed as traffic picks up that might get a little busier checking out some road work going on Caltrans working on two lanes the eastbound ten right at la Brea see a little bit assigned approaching a Brea and a little just past the brand Wilshire Boulevard between San dissenting crescent heights is closed because of a water main break and updating you on the one seventy eight closures and openings a near ridgecrest cal trans reporting highway one seventy the Kern river canyon area that is open in both directions and rocks fly between trona and ridge crest have been clear but the one seventy eight is still closed for repairs equate damage next reporter for all five of Tonya combos with more traffic reports were often can extend seventy newsradio what we're in a pretty stable weather pattern which means the weather you see for the past few days is pretty much the weather going to see for the next few days pretty consistent.

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"tommy ally" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"tommy ally" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"She, although he loves Dave van is number one big brother star of all time. But I did like what that he said that Dave always knew what was going on. But she didn't know what to do about it, and he felt like that. He's going to be able to know what to do about it. He's going to put his spin on the truth. So I think it's a lot to like about Tommy Bronco, including the fact that according to at least documented tagged posts that he is at least friendly with one of the other cast members on the show. Yes, I love Tommy, I use my I can tell I can tell you, my number two on my draft board and a lot of that came out in his IKEA interview I liked what he had to say about Dave on loving her as a character understanding her flaws, as a player, I liked how he. Was self deprecating saying, I'm oblivious. I'm gonna get lied to. I'm not going to know what's happening in the house. I liked that if he is that in the house, I think that that's gonna come off is fairly genuine. He just wants to spin the truth. He doesn't wanna blatantly lot of people. I like that. And he said that he enemies aren't bad, public enemy. Very good. I've never heard a player voice that other than like Godfrey. I think that that's an incredible thing for a player to, to have have recognized. It's something that I've been saying for long time. And the fact that he thinks on that level means that I have a lot of faith in his abilities strategically in the house, and he clearly is a very social person, and somebody who's very capable of getting along with a lot of different people. So I really, really liked all of all of that stuff, and, you know, there were a lot of know when I does these interviews, she has them fake laugh and cry and all that stuff. And it can be really awkward, but he handles those situations really well, and so I really, really liked him, especially in his interview, and I think that he is a great chance to do. Well, here, okay. Anybody down on Tommy? I really I like Tommy ally seems really friendly and fun. And I think he'll get along with a lot of people, and I did like his idea. You know, like what you guys said about Dave, and why he likes her like when you see that, okay? Bonsai favorite players. Oh, it's just because she is loud and funny out there, but then when he explains why he likes her. It makes you understand it more and be like, oh, I can't white. She's just favorite. And he also mentioned did he mention who else did he rough also? On then? So I did like that. The one thing that I was concerned about was him talking about how Bolivia is. I don't really want a player that's oblivious. I feel like when he said that it I mean, if it's not the truth, and he's just saying that, to be self deprecating. Then it's like, okay great. But he was kind of saying that in a way that, like, oh, I'm not gonna have any idea what's going on in the house. I'm not going to be able to notice anything that's happening around me. Which makes meal nervous that he's not going to be very observant, and maybe he would know what to do with the information, but he won't get that information. And so that was a little concerning. I like they talked about spinning the truth rather than lying, because that really is a lot of what the game calls for, but he is a little much. And I'm I'm just a little worried that he might be a little too much. Hopefully it's just the right of money amount of much. Yeah..

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"tommy ally" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"tommy ally" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Evil out there to hurt other people well going back to the bible you know it's an interesting thought is you know we we we are compelled many people are driven by selflessness and some people are driven by selfishness and that may be the defining difference between good and evil and the selfish think that they have a right to claim more them as there's and that might mean that they don't care whether somebody lives are dies as long as they got what they want it and the self list are the people out there who are gonna be the ones are gonna make the difference tom in the bronx new york thomas go ahead i i liked who were hey you dr uh there was a famous cowboy in texas and his name was part of it or pundits with them on the old time radio um they had done the series of uh of his wandering and i wondered does your family go back maybe to the to the individual like parents is my family goes back to the early seventeen hundreds in this country but i don't i've never heard that story and we're also connected to the pundits squares that you may have learned about in in genetic um but i will look into that uh because uh there have been variations of spelling and pronunciations and i would love to think that i i am because it looked like you just described so that'd be great i'll let you know thanks tom appreciated very in rock hill south carolina east of the rockies go ahead i'll tell you what what a pleasure i got to tell you i just told tommy ally i tell remours then wagner were in new orleans with ham if we went vine pick you windhoek even in new orleans and it will total lie and and i'm i'm sorry you did not meet him no event but he called me back last night after you and i tell and.

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"tommy ally" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"tommy ally" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Evil out there to hurt other people well going back to the bible you know it's an interesting thought is you know we we we are compelled many people are driven by selflessness and some people are driven by selfishness and that may be the defining difference between good and evil and the selfish think that they have a right to claim more them as there's and that might mean that they don't care whether somebody lives are dies as long as they got what they want it and the self list are the people out there who are gonna be the ones are gonna make the difference tom in the bronx new york thomas go ahead i i liked who were hey you dr uh there was a famous cowboy in texas and his name was part of it or pundits with them on the old time radio um they had done the series of uh of his wandering and i wondered does your family go back maybe to the to the individual like parents is my family goes back to the early seventeen hundreds in this country but i don't i've never heard that story and we're also connected to the pundits squares that you may have learned about in in genetic um but i will look into that uh because uh there have been variations of spelling and pronunciations and i would love to think that i i am because it looked like you just described so that'd be great i'll let you know thanks tom appreciated very in rock hill south carolina east of the rockies go ahead i'll tell you what what a pleasure i got to tell you i just told tommy ally i tell remours then wagner were in new orleans with ham if we went vine pick you windhoek even in new orleans and it will total lie and and i'm i'm sorry you did not meet him no event but he called me back last night after you and i tell and.

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"tommy ally" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

18:05 min | 3 years ago

"tommy ally" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Love at your bank if your bank is changing it's time to switch we invite you to stop in the meet our friendly professional staff and find out what one hundred thirty six years of experience can do for you you deserve nothing less evil out there to hurt other people well going back to the bible you know it's an interesting thought is you know we we we are compelled many people are driven by selflessness and some people are driven by selfishness and that may be the defining difference between good and evil and the selfish think that they have a right to claim more them as there's and that might mean that they don't care whether somebody lives are dies as long as they got what they want it and the self list are the people out there who are gonna be the ones are gonna make the difference tom in the bronx new york thomas go ahead i i liked who were hey you dr uh there was a famous cowboy in texas and his name was part of it or pundits with them on the old time radio um they had done the series of uh of his wandering and i wondered does your family go back maybe to the to the individual like parents is my family goes back to the early seventeen hundreds in this country but i don't i've never heard that story and we're also connected to the pundits squares that you may have learned about in in genetic um but i will look into that uh because uh there have been variations of spelling and pronunciations and i would love to think that i i am because it looked like you just described so that'd be great i'll let you know thanks tom appreciated very in rock hill south carolina east of the rockies go ahead i'll tell you what what a pleasure i got to tell you i just told tommy ally i tell remours then wagner were in new orleans with ham if we went vine pick you windhoek even in new orleans and it will total lie and and i'm i'm sorry you did not meet him no event but he called me back last night after you and i tell and.

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"tommy ally" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"tommy ally" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"And the selfish think that they have a right to klay the bible you know it's an interesting thought is you know we we we we are compelled many people are driven by selflessness and some people are driven by selfishness and that may be the defining difference between good and evil and the selfish think that they have a right to claim more than is theirs and that might mean that they don't care whether somebody lives are dis as long as they got what they want it and the selfless or the people out there who are gonna be the ones on the old time radio um they had done this series of uh of his wandering in that one did does your family go back maybe to the to the individual like that well my family goes back to the early seventeen hundreds in this country but i don't i've never heard that story and we're also connected to the pundits squares that you may have learned about in in genetics um but i will look into that uh because uh there have been variations of spelling and pronunciations and i would love to think that i i am because it looks but you just described so that'd be great i'll let you know thanks tom appreciated dairy in rock hill south carolina east of the rockies go ahead of their george i tell you what what a pleasure i got to tell you i just told tommy ally i tell remours in author an hour in new orleans with ham we we went vying pick you then took even a new arms and it were why ask uh i'm i'm sorry so did not meet him no ever but he called me back where else night after you and i talk and uh we talk for a while and i i want to.

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"tommy ally" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"tommy ally" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Evil out there to hurt other people well going back to the bible you know it's an interesting thought is you know we we we are compelled many people are driven by selflessness and some people are driven by selfishness and that may be the defining difference between good and evil and the selfish think that they have a right to claim more them as there's and that might mean that they don't care whether somebody lives are dies as long as they got what they want it and the self list are the people out there who are gonna be the ones are gonna make the difference tom in the bronx new york thomas go ahead i i liked who were hey you dr uh there was a famous cowboy in texas and his name was part of it or pundits with them on the old time radio um they had done the series of uh of his wandering and i wondered does your family go back maybe to the to the individual like parents is my family goes back to the early seventeen hundreds in this country but i don't i've never heard that story and we're also connected to the pundits squares that you may have learned about in in genetic um but i will look into that uh because uh there have been variations of spelling and pronunciations and i would love to think that i i am because it looked like you just described so that'd be great i'll let you know thanks tom appreciated very in rock hill south carolina east of the rockies go ahead i'll tell you what what a pleasure i got to tell you i just told tommy ally i tell remours then wagner were in new orleans with ham if we went vine pick you windhoek even in new orleans and it will total lie and and i'm i'm sorry you did not meet him no event but he called me back last night after you and i tell and.

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"tommy ally" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"tommy ally" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"High school h you can renew your academic crew of pursuit and succeed so anti was nodding when you said you can do it saying i'm going to bring you in next yeah i mean i completely agree with him on my takeaways more for somebody like me who serving on in one of these programmes or any program like a whether it be americorps the global program on i think you head on it adaptability and that's for the job market as a whole but that was my daytoday lives on it really i think tommy ally as a person uh just experiencing daytoday life with these students on laws i learned a lot about myself and what i'm capable of being a dazzle is huge and the job market is going to be he truly students and it was he'd for me this year so i think that was my biggest take away as being able to adapt to any situation and tackle things on that maybe seemed like they can't be tackled but finding the resources and the right people to lean on on to him analysts problems i think really strengthen the as a person and before we turn to he's one more question bad for people listening who would be interested in doing something like americorps what is the path they need to take to do that yeah i mean i went online and gould america some mention it to me but it is a really easy process on their jobs portal this this job search is very simple go online in search year area or any area on i grew up in alaska there are americorps jobs on the small island i grew up in which i thought was amazing um but they so i think it i use the internet goulet on there's a lot a ton of testimonials it is not an easy year on the the living costs the you know it it's hard so good goo ga look of a testimonials from people who have done a year with americorps dining area service on really get to know what you're gonna do prepare yourself but if you're interested i say go for a it's a once in a lifetime experience and he's i wanted to hear weighed what stands out to you for solemnly piggyback on one hand he was saying now because there are a lot of americorps.

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