35 Burst results for "VAN"

Anunoby scores 12 of his 26 in 4th, Raptors top Mavs 105-100

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 2 hrs ago

Anunoby scores 12 of his 26 in 4th, Raptors top Mavs 105-100

"Fred van vliet returned to the Toronto lineup and scored 26 points while OG got a nobi added 26 as well. If a one O 5 100 win against Dallas at Scotiabank arena. Van vliet was hot from the charity strike going 9 of ten after missing Wednesday's loss against Brooklyn with an illness. You know, you just got to try to get as many of these as you can early on in the season and continue to build and grow your team. And it'll be played 43 minutes and just shy of a double double, he added 9 rebounds. Luka Dončić had a jumper to close the raptors lead to one with just 18 seconds remaining, he finished with 24 points, the Mavericks head into Milwaukee to play the box Sunday. John Luther B Toronto

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A Recipe for a Hollywood Fight

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:19 min | 1 d ago

A Recipe for a Hollywood Fight

"Michael viner was the owner of dove publishing. He had a number of decent books that came out in the 90s, the most famous one was you'll never make love in this town again. And when I was dating Jermaine Jackson's ex-wife, Margaret Maldonado. She was working for him at the time, but for Michael viner. And one day she sneaked me in early copy of this salacious book, and no one had seen it yet, Margaret got the proofs and begged me not to show or tell anyone about it. I said, no, no, I won't. I'm not going to write about it. I just want to read it myself, okay? So I go back to the hotel or wherever I was and start reading this book and the proofs and maybe two years ago, I read a couple of the more filthy chapters on this show. The book contains a bunch of stories written by three prostitutes and one actress about this sexual encounters with a bunch of different Hollywood celebrities. There was a Robin and Liza grier, Linda Hammond, and Alexandra daddy. And inside are all these lurid tales of what these girls discovered while having sex with the likes of Nicholson Warren Beatty, Don Henley, Bruce Willis, Robert Evans, John Claude Van Damme, Mickey Rourke, on and on. And a very, very detailed stories. Whether they're all true or not, I don't know. It's just the horrors point of view. So my jaw was on the floor when I started reading this. A couple of days later, I'm at Evans house for one of his great get togethers. Robert Shapiro, Geraldo Rivera, Jacqueline bessette, Beverly Johnson, Neil sedaka, a lot of luminaries in addition to the dynamic to all of Jack Nicholson and Warren Beatty, who are always at Evans house back in the 90s, and now I have all this information inside me bursting out and I don't know that Jack Warren and bob know about this. And then my eyes couldn't believe what I was seeing. The publisher Michael Weiner walks into the party. And he lived a few doors down from heaven, so it kind of made sense, but I know all this information from the book he published and I grabbed Margaret and I go, what the fuck is he doing here? She's like, what's the big deal? I go, he's publishing a book about what a few hookers have to say about a few of the men at this party. But balls on this guy,

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Subang Parade Celebrates Football Fever

ACN Newswire

03:37 min | 2 d ago

Subang Parade Celebrates Football Fever

"1 p.m. Thursday, November 24th, 2022. Subban parade celebrates football fever. Kuala Lumpur, November 24th, 2022 ACN newswire subban parade, a flagship property owned by Hector REIT, is pleased to announce the kick-off of the 2022 football fever to celebrate the football season this morning. Executive director and chief corporate officer of Hector asset management, the manager of Hector real estate investment trust pew and zarina haleem and YB Michel in May Z ADU and suboccipital Malaysian footballer from petaling Jaya city football team subban parade shopping mall. To celebrate the 2022 football season, subban parade has lined up a host of family friendly activities at LG, east and concourse from November 26th to December 11th, which includes shoot for glory, football, juggling performance, football skills, workshop, and three versus three food sale contests for children aged 700 to 12 years. The media launch event on November 24th was officiated by subang Jaya state assemblywoman YB Michel in Maisie, executive director amp chief corporate officer of Hector asset management. The manager of Hector real estate investment trust pew and zarina haleem and attended by professional football player sir van pilley, pew and zarina helene Sid, quote this is a great opportunity for families to come together for some fun and games as the yearend school holidays begin. Subban parade is a community centered mall, and in lying with our focus on the social aspects of environmental, social app governance ESG, our priority remains to provide a great retail experience and promote wholesome activities that encourage engagement amp physical well-being of our community. This also aligns with our commitment to United Nations sustainable development goal three on good health and well-being. Chevron said, quote this football fever is a good platform to promote football not just as a game, but as a sport for healthy living among children. It tap is also about teaching them healthy competition and the meaning of teamwork and at the same time, picking up skills on how to kick the ball, pass the ball and play as a team dot quote among the activities lined up is the shoot for glory challenge, and which shoppers can win lucrative prizes by shooting balls into target goals. The pool of prizes is worth more than RM ten zero zero zero, which includes a 70 inch LG four K TV, Samsung S 22, Apple watch SE and 5 consolation prizes throughout the campaign period. There will be a special football jiggling performance, football clinics catered for kids and adults, as well as a juggling contest every weekend from 7 p.m. 9 p.m., the highlight is the three versus three food style contest on the tenth and the 11th of December 2022, held at the LG, east and concourse. This food style contest is open to children in two categories 7 to 9 and ten to 12 years old. The competition has received overwhelming response and at least 24 teams are competing for each age category. Terms and conditions apply for all the football activities mentioned above, subban parade HTTPS WWW dot supere dot com, why copyright 2022 ACN news wire. All rights reserved. WWW dot AC and newswire dot com.

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Eight Global CEO Tweets Crypto Market Cap Acting Below 200-Week MA

Coin Edition

00:44 sec | 2 d ago

Eight Global CEO Tweets Crypto Market Cap Acting Below 200-Week MA

"5 a.m. Thursday, November 24th, 2022. 8 global CEO tweets crypto market cap acting below 200 week MA. 8 global founder tweets crypto market cap below 200 week MA. He added that the total market capitalization for crypto is holding above 2017 ADH, BTC transaction volumes lowest in two years at 116,564.65. Crypto trading, investing, and learning platform, a global founder and CEO, Michael van de poppy tweeted on November 23rd, 2022, that the post 8 global CEO tweets crypto market cap acting below 200 weekend may appeared first on coin edition.

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CNN Bans On-Air Drinking During New Year's Eve Broadcasts

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

05:29 min | 5 d ago

CNN Bans On-Air Drinking During New Year's Eve Broadcasts

"Again, one of those shows that not exactly what you signed up for, but it's Monday and that's the way it is. Also on CNN, I watched the history of sitcoms. The other night oh, by the way, big news. The head of CNN. Chris licked, my told you is going to do great things at that network. He's still making sweeping changes. You know, he got rid of Brian stelter as we know, the guy who also the guy who was jerking off during the Zoom call, Jeffrey too, but he's gone. He took Don lemon's prime time shell away, and now he's really changing things. It was announced that there will be no more drinking alcohol during CNN's New Year's Eve broadcast. Doesn't Chris lick no, that was the only reason why any of us tuned in to see Andy Collin lit up with Anderson Cooper who could barely handle a shot. We used to have a drunk Kathy Griffin with a lot of fun people, Don Lennon was loaded, dancing, it's fun. Give him one day a year to be assholes. Well, seen in their assholes, all year long. But you know, one day is not that big. But no, he cut it out. No more alcohol. So I'm watching this show, the sitcom story, you know, no show ever, ever says anything nice about rosemary. You guys know rosemary. I don't think all of you do. You might act like you do, but you don't. Those of you under 40, 45, probably have no clue. Rosemary was great on the Dick Van Dyke show. She was married to Maury Amsterdam on the show. Van Dyke was something you always want. And he'd walk in and trip over the sofa, a little cushion, and it got home and had his Martine. It was one of those shows, whatever. It was easy viewing, you hear the dogs? just as loud. But rosemary at 5 years old, she was offered a 7 year contract and became a radio star at NBC radio network. And then she made a bunch of films. At 5. Could you imagine what her me too stories were about? I mean, she's dead now, but could you imagine the stories she could tell you about running around desks and who was trying to nail her? This is back when women were secretaries and housewives on librarians. I also saw a bunch of stuff how great to watch Ed Asner as Lou grant on the Mary Tyler Moore show, saw a clip where he got all hot and bothered by Mary's friend, wrote a morgen star, remember Valerie Harper house I loved rhoda. Rona was like before Laverne on Laverne and Shirley. Before Laverne defazio, rona Morgan stern was the first girl on a sitcom that, as an Italian kid, or as a city kid, you'd go, I mean, I grew up a Long Island, but I still had a little bit of Brooklyn in me. You see that girl and you go, oh yeah, that's my cousins. That's our Friends. I know wrote a Morgan stern. Jewish or Italian same thing. Laverne de fazio, same thing. I didn't grow up with Cindy's. I grew up with Laverne's. And I grew up with rhoda's not Mary Tyler Moore's. And it was wonderful to see her because then you said, oh my God, there's a chance for all of us to get work. It's a lot similar, it's very similar to what black people felt when suddenly they thought to appear. There are people began to appear in sitcoms. You know, build caused by was huge and I spy and it made them go, oh my God, we can do this. One of our own is there. So I get that. But there's one part where Lou, Lou grant walks around rhoda as she walks into the newsroom. And he goes, you, you're different. I like you. Then he goes behind it, and he says, I like it from back here too. An old Valerie Harper can say is, I think he's about to kick my tie is what a different world. Thinking back when I was a kid, I had no idea that kind of talk bothered women. Because I saw my mother and my sisters laugh at those comments. So how could any of us think that what they were saying was improper? You know what I mean? And then Betty White, they showed Betty White. I know Betty White way older than me, but I can't explain it. I had a crush on him. I remember being a teenager. And thinking, you know what? When I never married, it would be great to be married to a woman like Betty White. Look at that dimple on her left cheek, you can hold a couple water in that dimple. She's so funny. She loves her men. I just felt like Betty's the best. And that was a kid. I was right.

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South Carolina runs over No. 5 Tennessee 63-38; Hooker hurt

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last week

South Carolina runs over No. 5 Tennessee 63-38; Hooker hurt

"South Carolina has destroyed Tennessee's national championship hopes by crushing the number 5 vols 63 38 Spencer Rattler had his best game since transferring to the gamecocks Throwing for 6 touchdowns and completing 30 at 37 for 438 yards We knew this game and obviously the next one can change the narrative of the program forever And tonight man that was one of the best wins ever in college football history Josh van and jaheem bell grabbed two touchdown passes a piece and Antoine wells had 11 catches for 177 yards to help the game Cox improved to 7 and four The vows have dropped two of three since an 8 no start I'm Dave ferry

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Gabby Petito family settles $3M suit in killing by fiance

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last week

Gabby Petito family settles $3M suit in killing by fiance

"The families of Gabby petito and Brian laundrie have reached a $3 million settlement in a wrongful death lawsuit filed after authorities concluded he strangled her during a cross country trip in August 2021 I Norman hall a lawyer for petito's parents said whatever money is received will go to the Gabby petito foundation dedicated to locating missing people and curbing domestic violence The lawsuit involving the estates of petito and Brian laundrie claimed he was liable for damages because he caused her death her body was found in a Wyoming national park a separate lawsuit still pending in Sarasota claims laundrie's parents wrongly concealed that he confessed to killing petito before he returned home in September 2021 to Florida from their trip out west in a converted van Christopher and Roberta laundrie denied that claim I Norman hall

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Charlie and Producer Andrew Talk Voter Disenfranchisement

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:24 min | Last week

Charlie and Producer Andrew Talk Voter Disenfranchisement

"So Andrew, I tweeted and I am now of the opinion that looked the rules of the rules and if you're able to ballot harvest, then we need to do this. I mean, look, we are not going to just accept this below average depressing result. First of all, I think Carrie Lake needs to fight this thing to the bitter end legally. It is so wrong what happened in Maricopa County and we support her completely and totally in this. And it's been very interesting Andrew. The media has actually been very quiet in kind of how they've been talking about this. And I'm sure that's going to change. But I think even deep down the media knows that there was a legitimate voter disenfranchisement and suppression that happened in Maricopa County. One in 5 voting centers went down on election day. Listen, I, you know, I'm usually pretty skeptical about the legal challenges. I think I've been a little bit jaded after 2020 and everything that we went through in that cycle. I think there's a really compelling case to be made in Maricopa. And I think, you know, again, no hopium here, it's an uphill battle any time you say, hey, let's run it back. Let's do this election again. I think there's a really, really compelling argument just given the scale given the number of testimonials. I mean, we have that clip that we could play for the audience here. I mean, it's amazing. And if you guys have that story, go to defend democracy AZ dot com that's defend democracy AZ dot com. Your stories are going to be taken down for possible affidavits and a legal battle that it's going to play out in Arizona. People are asking us how they can support the potential legal bills that are going to come with this legal challenge in Arizona. Just go to Carrie Lake's campaign. I know they're getting that ready right now. But yeah, I mean, it's a really compelling case, Charlie. When you have 70 voting polling places that are not able to tabulate ballots on day of, that's going to disenfranchise overwhelming majority conservative voters that are going to go Carrie Lake and Abe holiday. Now, Carrie Lake still down in the thousands, but Abe's down to like 500 votes right now as of as of right now as we're doing this. So you can't tell me hundred votes. Yeah, you can't tell me that we can't find 500 people that got disenfranchised that day and that would have made a holiday the next attorney general of Arizona.

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Do Republicans Need to Get Creative With Ballot Drop Boxes?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:15 min | Last week

Do Republicans Need to Get Creative With Ballot Drop Boxes?

"Do you think that just from a characteristic standpoint, do you think that Republicans are willing to embrace ballot harvesting as a new strategy? I think there's definitely going to be hesitancy. What I've seen just on the world of Twitter, which we all know isn't necessarily reflective of overall real life. Since last week, there's been a lot more openness to it overall. There's been a lot of misunderstandings of what it is. And so I think on the conservative side, they have to know that we can be successful in it. And one of my writers at red state, Scott counsel, I know he's been on your show a lot. He even came up with this modified program before ballot harvesting was legal in California with a stamp program where they gave a stamp to someone and watched them put it in their mailbox, whoever had an absentee ballot at their home at that time. And they flipped a Democrat plus 13 district in the central valley using that tactic. There's different targeting and voter modeling things that they used as well. But just to conservatives to know that if you're doing this the right way with the right data with the right consultants and with a good plan, that it is a viable strategy, not just for conservative districts, but within rural areas and with Democrat districts.

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RedState's Jennifer Van Laar Explains Ballot Harvesting

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:47 min | Last week

RedState's Jennifer Van Laar Explains Ballot Harvesting

"Ballot harvesting is on the mind. And so we need to talk about this. We need to get better at it, especially in states where it is legal. Joining us now is Jennifer van laar. She has been predicting this for quite some time. Talking about how California ballot harvesting leads to insecure elections and what we can do to reform it, Jennifer joins us now. Jennifer, welcome to the program. Thank you. Jennifer tell us just let's get our terms right. What is ballot harvesting? Let's just start with there. Okay, ballot harvesting is when someone who's not the voter and usually not their family member, collects a ballot from a voter and returns it to the election official. So it can be someone affiliated with a campaign. It could be someone affiliated with a pack. It can just be their neighbor or friend. Anyone that that voter wants to give the ballot to. But ballot harvesting in an organized fashion has been evolving into, generally, is on the Democrat side where they have unions or big super PACS, hire a lot of people to go, and they don't just go door to door. They get data on who their voters are going to be, usually Democrat. And they go to their houses usually in a sales funnel type of way where they go make a first contact, introduce themselves, talk about the candidates, come back and get the ballot. The next time, if the person isn't ready to do it then, they aren't supposed to be offering opinions or information on who to vote for, but oftentimes they do. They've even done this in 2018 at nursing homes in California. My daughter in law worked at one. They would go in the memory care unit. And talk to voters there. And she wasn't permitted to stop that.

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Anunoby has season-high 32 points, Raptors beat Heat 112-104

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | Last week

Anunoby has season-high 32 points, Raptors beat Heat 112-104

"Had a game high 32 points as Toronto took care of Miami one 12 one O four at Scotiabank arena I don't know we capped off a double double knight but ten rebounds as the raptors went on a 21 old run in the third quarter Fred van vliet returned to the lineup after battling a non COVID illness he chipped in with 19 The heaters are always fun to play against they do a lot of the same things we do that we have tremendous respect for them So it was just a fun night and we were able to come out with the win Max drews had 20 points to lead Miami while former raptor Kyle Lowry had 19 points in 36 minutes of action I'm John leathery

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Some 10,000 mink loose, missing after vandalism at Ohio farm

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last week

Some 10,000 mink loose, missing after vandalism at Ohio farm

"Thousands of minks are missing after vandalism at an Ohio farm Authorities in northwest Ohio are investigating an act of vandalism that free thousands of minks from a rule farm officials in van worked county say so many minks were killed crossing a nearby road that a plow had to be brought in to clear the carcasses farm workers were able to corral minks that remained on the property a manager told W ANA TV that someone left a spray painted message of the letters ALF and the phrase will be back a group known as the animal liberation fraud reportedly claimed credit for previous release I Norman hall

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Jack Posobiec Reflects on the Victories From the 2022 Midterms

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:04 min | Last week

Jack Posobiec Reflects on the Victories From the 2022 Midterms

"Really quick. One minute remaining, we're going to have our eyes on Arizona tonight. What are some of the other victories that you think are worth talking about from this election cycle? Oh, well, certainly JD vans. I mean, you know, when you look at a guy who's had so much put up against him, but at the same time, in a year where incumbents did very well, he goes up for the open Senate seat is able to win convincingly by 6 points in that state. I think also they're really telling the story of showing how a Republican can come in when the rust belt and show that, you know, this isn't some situation where oh, by the way, you know, Republicans have, you know, they're trying to paint this narrative that maga is over, maga is going, no, JD Vance, by the way, was a guy who wasn't a big Trump fan in 2016 as people remember and they certainly used his comments against him in the primary, but he came came around, saw the power of magas, all the power of the working class, and really came to Jesus on those issues. And I think the voters of Ohio rewarded him and showed that there is a path still in the rust belt for people like that.

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Sebastian Welcomes Kellie-Jay Keen to the Show

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:08 min | 2 weeks ago

Sebastian Welcomes Kellie-Jay Keen to the Show

"She is Kelly J Keane, Kelly J welcome back to America first. Well, I thank you so much for having me. I have a bone to pick with you. You came to the swamp and you didn't tell me. You didn't want me at your rally at the Lincoln Memorial. How dare you? How dare you come to my manner? And not invite me to your event. What brings you to America my dear? I am doing a tour called let women speak, which is exactly what it says on the tin. It's basically creating a space in which women can speak in public. The old fashioned public square because the modern public square senses everything we say. All right, is that why it didn't invite me because I'm a man man. Well, you could have come because there were plenty of trans activists trying to stop us talking, so. You would have been very, very welcome. I'm so sorry. All right, that's all right. I'm just ripping you a little bit because I'm a huge fan of yours and I can't believe you're on this side of the pond and I didn't get to see you in person. The website is standing for women dot com. First things first for those who haven't for some reason because they've been trapped under a rock or sleeping like rip van winkle who didn't see that viral video, tell us where that occurred and who you were talking about when it comes to your comment. I'm not a vet, but I know what a dog is. Well, I was actually talking to a trans activist, a woman who frequently takes her shirt off to reveal her double mastectomy scars as sort of a badge of honor. And we were in poolside watching will Thomas called who calls himself Leah Thomas race against women. So not only racing against women in sport in swimming races, but also changing with them and getting naked and no women are allowed to talk about it and I just thought I did share he's a man when he was accepting his podium chat. So I just, I was there to point out that the emperor was naked and actually had a penis.

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WHO reports 90% drop in world COVID-19 deaths since February

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 2 weeks ago

WHO reports 90% drop in world COVID-19 deaths since February

"The World Health Organization says deaths linked to COVID-19 infections worldwide are 90% below levels seen 9 months ago I'm Ben Thomas with the closer look We have come a long way and this is definitely cause for optimism But WHO director general doctor Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus says the world must remain vigilant because more than 9400 people still died from COVID-19 last week The WHO's doctor Maria van kerkhove This is tragic because we have tools that can actually prevent these deaths from happening And she notes the virus Still circulating quite rapidly around the world As for case numbers There's more than 2 million cases that were reported in the last 7 days And we know that this is a substantial underestimate of the true circulation right now because surveillance has declined and testing has declined In the U.S. the CDC's COVID tracker shows deaths still averaging more than 350 per day I'm Ben Thomas

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Moderna misses on 3Q, shaves 2022 vaccine expectations

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 3 weeks ago

Moderna misses on 3Q, shaves 2022 vaccine expectations

"Vaccine maker Moderna says they missed some targets in their third quarter results and is shaving their 2022 expectations Supply problems have forced Massachusetts based Moderna which makes most of its revenue from COVID-19 vaccines to delay some shot deliveries a move that contributed to disappointing third quarter earnings surprised Wall Street Their total quarterly revenue fell 32% to $3.36 billion Moderna had to push back some deliveries to 2023 which undermined earnings from advanced purchase agreements and lowered their annual estimate from 21 billion to between 18 and $19 billion Earlier this year CEO Stefan van Sel said he expected higher earnings based on booster production and strong autumn demand but now the company is working on fixes to complex manufacturing issues including a launch of a new booster and a switch from ten to 5 dose vials I'm Jennifer King

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Climate Vandals Want to Destroy What They Can't Understand

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:59 min | 3 weeks ago

Climate Vandals Want to Destroy What They Can't Understand

"John's mirac, please do your worst. Thank you. Hey, Eric. Well, I got a new piece up at stream dot org that I think people find of interest. It's called climate vandals, want to destroy what they can't understand or replace. And this is okay. Your titles are getting longer and longer, pretty soon. They're going to be paragraph length. But please say that again. Want to destroy what they can't understand or replace. Okay. So what this is a response to that there's a wave of climate activists attacking famous magnificent works of art in museums, especially in Europe. Associated Press reports that the Vermeer masterpiece, the girl with the pearl earring. Of course. Climate activists attacked it with blue and liquid last week. They tried to constitute and splash liquid on it. They earlier this month, they threw mashed potatoes at Claude Monet at a Claude Monet painting in a German museum. And they threw soup over Vincent van Gogh's masterpiece sunflowers. Okay, now I want to be clear, you are talking about works of art that are part of the treasures of western civilization. Sunflowers, I don't know what did that go for $70 million or a $170 million few years ago. These are some of the most extraordinary works in the western civilization. And I don't know if you say it in your piece, but immediately, I think to myself, the climate activists are the Taliban, the Taliban destroyed those statues of those huge Buddhist statues. It's an amazing thing when somebody is trying to destroy or deface or vandalize something that as you say in your title can not be replaced.

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EU reaches deal to ban new gas and diesel cars by 2035

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last month

EU reaches deal to ban new gas and diesel cars by 2035

"The European Parliament and EU member countries have reached a deal to ban the sale of new gasoline and diesel cars and vans by 2035 The agreements the first of the blocks fit for 55 package set up by the commission to achieve the EU's climate goals of cutting emissions of the gases that cause global warming by 55% over this decade that plans to drastically reduce gas emissions from transportation by 2050 and promote electric cars with a report from the blocks external auditor showed last year that the region is lacking the appropriate charging stations Pascal caffa the chair of the environment committee says that this sector which accounts for 16% of European emissions at the moment would

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"van" Discussed on Sloane Marley

Sloane Marley

03:14 min | 4 months ago

"van" Discussed on Sloane Marley

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"van" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:00 min | 7 months ago

"van" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Van abductions disappearances and overseeing the Sri Lankan armed forces as they shelled civilian areas resulting in the deaths of tens of thousands But in that parking lot the legal documents the private investigator dropped at Rajapaksa's feet outline one killing in particular A Sri Lankan journalist who was one of the government's fiercest critics Shortly after his death in 2009 the BBC asked Rajapaksa about la Santa's killing Here's the former defense secretary Why are you asking about Los Angeles So why are we talking about the killing of one journalist during a Civil War that took the lives of a 100,000 people One reason is that la Santa's death effectively stopped the Sri Lankan press from covering all the other killings to come It's often called a war without witness those last 5 months and of course there were no witnesses because all of us had been silenced Murder just before the final push made sure of that I spoke with Doris bastion's who is a hard hitting Sri Lankan journalist but back in 2004 she was just a cub reporter when she went to interview for a job at the Sunday leader in the capital city of Colombo And she still lights up remembering meeting its legendary editor in chief For me meeting at Santa alone was this huge thing because I was very shy I am very shy and the last Santa is this larger than life figure He made a career of spotlighting and corruption hypocrisy and scandal among the most powerful people in.

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"van" Discussed on Doughboys

Doughboys

02:31 min | 7 months ago

"van" Discussed on Doughboys

"Invited. Fucking nerd? At the road. A bit a classy, big fucking, what's one of the oldest state? I'm trying to think of like an old old steakhouse, like in New York like 1912. One of the best old steakhouses in the world. That's where I want to. There's the one on there's the one in Williamsburg from before Williamsburg was like a cool spot. Yeah. That what the fuck is that place called, but apparently that place is kind of declined a little bit. I think it might be COVID related. But then there's this cash only steakhouse that everyone loves there. I think the kind of place you're thinking of, I'll look it up. Kyle Mooney told me to keen steakhouse in New York City once and I liked it a lot. Yeah, I think that's what I got to do. I think that used to be like on Sundays. We'd sometimes have steak wags. It would be like Sunday would be like steak dinner, and to me that's always kind of like, I don't know, it means something in my mind. Peter Luger is the steakhouse. Here's what I'm gonna say, Mitch. Shout out another one of your favorite foods. Yeah. I think this is gonna be like a sort of casual sort of event. I go to a pizza parlor, people can shift seats, they can move around if you want to have a one on one conversation. Get a bunch of pie. Everyone loves pizzas, everyone likes pictures of soda, like pitches a brew dogs. Have myself a little pizza party. That'd be a blast. As I'm talking with psy loon, the inventor of paper. I want to pick his brain. Is Gandhi there? Gandhi's noise. What about the toppings? Gotta have Gandhi. What are the topics? When I see pepperoni. Oh, toppings, yeah. Well, you can have a veggie pie. It's fine. All right. Van, what do you think? We're having, you're having your historical dinner, you're having some of your favorite figures. I'm taking them to the platinum plate club winning 5 four restaurant Popeyes. I love it. Wow. What fun would it be? We got with for you, van, Jeffrey Dahmer, who else? No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no. He's there, of course. He is the musical guest. Hey, he also got some inkling. I'm your host, Ted Bundy. Yeah, I think that it's always an interesting exercise. I always just think this thing would be so fucking awkward. Like, I don't like having dinner with like people I.

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"van" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

03:48 min | 10 months ago

"van" Discussed on Broken Record

"And you lost your <Speech_Male> voice, <Speech_Male> and he said something <Speech_Male> to me that I thought <Speech_Male> was kind of <Speech_Male> fascinating. You said, <Speech_Male> well, you can tell <Speech_Male> he's been in Freudian <Speech_Male> analysis. <Speech_Male> Long time. <Speech_Male> Do you remember <Speech_Male> what he said <SpeakerChange> to you? <Speech_Male> I had <Speech_Male> not song <Speech_Male> or performed <Speech_Male> my own music <Speech_Male> for 30 years. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> At that point. <Speech_Male> So <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> I'm we experiencing <Speech_Male> them for the first time. <Speech_Male> And <Speech_Male> I couldn't get <Speech_Male> through <Speech_Male> a lot of the songs <Speech_Male> without crying. <Speech_Male> And when you <Silence> cry, you <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> your voice tightens <Speech_Male> up. 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"van" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

05:32 min | 10 months ago

"van" Discussed on Broken Record

"On today's episode, Bruce hadn't talked to Van Zandt about the budding New Jersey rock and roll scene in the 60s, and what it was like recording with legendary R&B singers like Ronnie spector and darlene love. He also reminisces about first meeting Springsteen, who van zant says he saw go from a shy kid who's too timid to speak to one of the greatest entertainers of our time. This is broken ready. Water notes for the digital age. I'm Justin Mitchell. Here's Bruce headlam with Stevie van zand. Well, thank you. First of all so much for doing this. My pleasure. You are singer, songwriter, arranger, producer, award winning actor, a creator of and I didn't realize this. The two best channels on satellite radio, you also created an outlaw country, as well as underground garage. Yeah. Member of these street band. And now you're an author. You're the author of a new book unrequited infatuations. And there's a lot of requited infatuations in the book, and some unrequited. We're going to talk about them both, because it's a theme that runs through the book. And you call yourself a configuration. That so many times in your life, you seem to be in this position of having to say something to somebody that is so obviously in their self interest and they can't quite see it. Were you always that kind of guy? Were you always the guy that wasn't afraid to give advice? It's certainly I feel part of the obligation of being somebody's friend. You know, so it certainly starts there. But as you suggest, I have done that with people who are not friends. Yeah. And I didn't know this part of my brain existed and I talk about that in the book. I mean, I went through the 60s, not a political thought in my head. Now, can you imagine such a thing? You know, it was a few things going on in the 60s, you.

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"van" Discussed on Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

06:49 min | 1 year ago

"van" Discussed on Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

"Since the mid 1960s, from touring the world with Bruce Springsteen in the E street band to being Tony Soprano's right hand man and his work as an activist. Stevie van zant's life's journey has taken him to places many of us can only dream of, but it didn't come easily. The question is not are you going to experience disappointment and frustration in your life? The question is, what do you do with that? Stevie Van Zandt talks about it all as we discuss his new book unrequited infatuations a memoir. In this conversation, first recorded on September 28th for Washington Post live, van Sant takes us on that journey through such wonderful and unvarnished storytelling, you'll feel like you're sitting with him in a booth at hostel's diner. Stevie van zant, welcome to Washington Post live. Nice to be with each other. I'm a big fan of yours. And it's very nice to meet you and you know I think you tweeted at me tweeted at me once. And I was like, wait, Steven Vincent follows me on Twitter. So this is a thrill to meet you at least virtually. So let's talk about your book. Why did you decide that now was the time to release a memoir? Well, I think it was partly opportunity. I mean, the quarantine, you know, suggested that we were going to be home for a while. So I have new managers. I never had managers my whole life, and I just acquired some managers and they were like, why don't you write a book, you know? So I thought, you know, maybe it's the right time. You know, while I still remember like, you know, 20% of my life maybe. I better run better write it down now. Before it's all gone and I also happen to have the most the three most productive years of my life right before the quarantine. 2017, 1819, I put out two new albums sold fire and summer of sorcery and did two world tours with the disciples of soul. And ended up releasing like 6 album packages that was an amazing amazingly productive time. And I reconnected with my life's work with my music work, which I hadn't, I hadn't really done that in over 20 years. You know, I started acting and then Bruce put the band back together and before you know it 20 years went by. And I kind of abandoned my own works. So I was reconnecting to my to my music. I think really helped me have some closure for that part of my life. So what was the most important thing you wanted to share about your life? Well, it's not so much my life as much as the things I've observed and the things I've seen and the history that I lived with. I only missed the first decade of rock and roll, you know? I only missed the 50s. So I was a kid in a 60s watching it all happen. And it was such an extraordinary time. I refer to it as a renaissance period and I mean that I don't believe that type of ball. I'm feeling the most amazing and greatest art being made is also the most commercial. You know, you have yourself a renaissance. And growing up that time, I wanted to I wanted to share that share that 60s experience with people who missed it. And right into the 70s, which was just a glorious time to be alive. And we were really the luckiest generation. And I'm the luckiest of the luckiest generation. Well, I want to jump, I'm going to jump into the 60s and rock and roll, because in the book. You wrote about the process of trading in your devotion to the baptist, the baptist religion for an obsession with rock and roll and more specifically groups like The Beatles and Rolling Stones influenced you. Explain how there were many fans around back then Jonathan. I know it sounds it sounds weird to say that, but you know, we had a lot of individual stars, you know, coming from the 50s, you know, the bodega leads and chuck berries. And we had a lot of doo wop groups, harmony groups. But they weren't that many bands. And so I wasn't that interested in show business. I wasn't that interested in the individual so much. You know, I was buying a few singles and enjoying the records. But I never really had a connection to any of the artists. Until The Beatles came and suddenly, you know, he was a band. And they were followed by 15 more terrific bands. We call it the British invasion. And that communicated something different to me. And I think to all of us. Four or 5 guys singing and playing was unusual. I mean, if you went to your high school dance, you saw an instrumental group. You know, there was nobody singing. And you know, and basically the communication of friendship and family and community was really the communication that turned me on. And I wanted that as a as a lifestyle, more that more than the show business aspects of it. But I always combined The Beatles and stones because The Beatles were just too perfect. They were a revelation of this whole new idea of being in a band. But they were so good. We only caught them halfway through the career. You know, they were already fantastic. And then The Rolling Stones came four months later, and they made it look easier than it was and you know, they kind of wore what they felt like, you know, kind of like the first punk band. And so how I like to refer to it as The Beatles introduced a brand new world to us and The Rolling Stones invited us in. Oh, that's terrific. You know, Stevie, I don't know if you heard the rustling after I asked that last question. Your book fell out of my lap. Because I want to ask you about something that you wrote. You just talked about The Beatles, and you talked about Rolling Stones. But in your book, you also write about Little Richard and you write Little Richard Little Richard was the embodiment and archetype of the philosophy of rock and roll freedom. My man, his flamboyant, multi sexual androgyny said, you can be whoever you want to be. He turned rock into an art form that only not only tolerated reinvention but demanded it. And here's the line that jumped out at me. He opened his.

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"van" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"van" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"Take place in the first four or 5 seconds too. It's a byproduct. It's another reason to institute. So the thing I don't like that any time I talk to somebody in the league, well, we got to study it more. Actually no you don't. You need to act. And then tinker with it. It's not going to be perfect, but it doesn't have to be perfect. It doesn't have to be stuff in the right direction. This isn't like viral research in a chemistry lab where we're doing trial and error studies on this. Just make just I'm done. Just change the rule. Let's conclude. I'm so disappointed. Are you telling me going back to the beginning, there was never a coordinated Jeff and Stan van Gundy Halloween costume when you were kids? There was never like he was whoever and you were whoever never not once. I hate to think there was, I would call that I'd be very disappointed in my parents if there were. But remember back then, though, that's in the 60s. Not everything had to be. It wasn't had to be take a picture so you could show your Friends that you parent better than they do, right? So it's just, you know, first of all, your parents didn't even go out with your trick or treating. When you were 5, they sent you out. That's it. 5 years old, you're on your own. Come back when you're done. Yeah, come back. And that's when the only thing that my mom checked for was razor blades in the apples. Like if you remember, like, I don't know if that was like I was a kid. That was like an urban legend. That's a thing that happened. Now I need to go research like the origin of who would do such a thing. Why was it, why was it a problem? Oh my God. Society. Brian windhorst types back in the 60s who hated Halloween so much. Would do that. Those are the people you had to.

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"van" Discussed on Made of Mettle

Made of Mettle

08:16 min | 1 year ago

"van" Discussed on Made of Mettle

"Mauve around eighteen eighty. Two vincent experimented with using oil paints instead of watercolors. He also began traveling. The countryside searching for different vistas in areas in order to capture. Nature's beauty vincent would focus his art on landscapes as well as stills and figures. This was a period of extraordinary exploration. For vincent where he was able to work with many different artists styles. Mediums and locations pushing the boundaries of art itself. Vincent would also fall in love with a working woman who would become one of the models that he'd paint. His art would often highlight the day to day lives of the people whom he sheltered with which would often be the poorer in working classes of society. Vincent had been living in brussels for about five years when he created his first masterpiece titled potato eaters in eighteen. Eighty five that next year. Vincent would move to pears to be with theo his brother. It was in paris that vincent was first exposed to impressionist art. Which was all the rage in france at the time. Impressionism was so popular. That feels secretly wondered. If vincent's artwork would be considered at all. Vincent's demeanor as demonstrated with his many conflicts and disputes. With authority figures throughout his life was expressive. To say the least this passionate attitude would cause friction with personal relationships in his life and made it difficult for vincent to maintain working relationships. Vincent was someone who enjoyed soaking up new knowledge and he began to study japanese art as well as philosophy. It was this newfound desire to learn more about eastern culture that influence vincent and his next move to the famous are lay. France are lay. Is where vincent lived in his iconic yellow house that so often we see when referencing his life story over his entire artistic career which was surprisingly only ten years. Vincent would create more than two thousand works of art despite receiving very little compensation for his artwork while he was alive. Several of vincent's works are now valued as the most expensive on the globe. Vincent's most iconic work. The starry night in my personal favorite artwork of all time was created in france around eighteen. Eighty nine his other works titled sunflowers self portrait in irises. Which is the most expensive painting in the world are more. Vincent's more recognizable paintings that currently reside in museums throughout the world vincent created many portraits as he attempted to paint himself in order to know himself while in our lay. Vincent's lifestyle began to catch up with him and he began to suffer from strange ailments. It was a parent. The vincent's mental health was beginning to decline. As well later on his diminishing health could have easily been attributed to. Vincent's incredibly poor diet in nutrition. It was also reported that vincent was ingesting absent and turpentine both toxic once. Theo became aware of vincent's condition. He recruited a local friend of incense to check up on him while he was in our laying after a short period due to vincent's abrasiveness his friend abandoned him to his own devices. It was around this time when the incident involving the infamous ear was removed. Which is one of the most iconic stories involving vincent mango after. Vincent's friend left him alone. Vincent was seen stuggling around with a razor. It's unclear as to win. Exactly it occurred. But vincent used a razor to remove his ear then went to a local whorehouse he then casually walked up and handed it to a local prostitute. Later on that night. Vincent was found in his room suffering from blood loss in seizures. Shockingly vincent was omitted and dismissed from the hospital. Although it was obvious something was seriously wrong. Sadly vincent would be an out of the hospital over a number of days eventually leading the townspeople in the city. Where he'd lived to declare him as dangerous as such. Vincent was asked to leave his home and decided to admit himself to asylum essentially hoping for a full recovery. It was while. Vincent was in the asylum that he was asked if he could provide his paintings for an exhibit around november eighteen eighty. Nine vincent would provide several including his two most famous paintings. It was also while in asylum that vinson received word that a coveted doctor would take him on as a patient with this news. Vincent left the asylum and move to all vers to be closer to his doctor and here comes the most tragic faded twist. And vincent's life. It was while in all hers. The vincent would meet his most mysterious end on the morning of july twenty seven. Eighteen ninety vincent was spotted leaving his room and carrying his paint supplies heading towards a surrounding field and order to practice painting landscapes. What isn't quite known is what exactly transpired in that field. There are many possibilities. And when you examine the evidence you can come to your own conclusion. But i'll let you guys know my take a quick second later on that afternoon. Vincent was found in his room bleeding from a gunshot wound to his chest. There's a big split in the consensus as to how vincent actually received that gunshot wound. Some people believe he shot himself while some believe he was shot by another person. I'm on the side of. He was shot by another person. After his discovery vincent was rushed to a nearby hospital. Who alerted his brother. Theo to his condition feel of course rushed over as soon as he possibly could. It was reported that feel found vincent sitting upright in his bed smoking a large pipe seemingly palyed. But well vincent and. Theo sat and talked for a few days before. Vincent asked theo to take him back to his home. Two days after being shot. Vincent van gogh would pass away with his brother right by his side on july. Twenty ninth eighteen ninety at the young age of thirty seven. Theo who was suffering from his own health issues would pass away within six months of his brother. It was feels wife joanna who went about the work of collecting all. Vincent's work to ensure that it was preserved. It wasn't until nineteen a one that the world became aware of the genius of vincent van gogh. His paintings were showcased. And vincent was hailed as artistic genius. Vincent's life was one full of color..

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"van" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

Bertcast's Podcast

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"van" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

"Out of it back it changes. Oh do this has been a pleasure. I gotta have class doing turning point for doing what you're doing and everyone. I really tell you if if you like being a fan of stuff like myself you're gonna be obsessed with this channel spirited man. It's van nuys. That it's i love that you guys explained how to say your last name. It's nice tat like if you that's a nice tat and i i'm sure i've been saying it wrong my entire career. His brother casey is the guy that really changed my business. The way i looked at business in atonomy and and doing your own thing and and to know that you are the one that kind of inspired him to to get into what he's doing to do what he's doing. You guys had that gray show on. Hbo the nice fat brothers and an announcer here about this guy. Sax it's like is totally on the other foot. Because casey is like. It's almost as if he's my pro bono manager. Oh he'll call me and be like do such as it doesn't like these little tweaks he told me. Explain the whole thing about youtube. Fundamentally he knew what. I didn't understand like i didn't know that you what you're trying to do is get a lot of subscribers. I didn't know that. Oh i just trying to get a lot of us. And he's like he said. A youtube subscriber is worth a hundred twitter followers. By the way you've got what six hundred right now. Six hundred thousand four hundred and five thousand four hundred five thousand will. You're making 'cause you started you channel. What like april april. You're making a huge fucking gain on that and its allies like you. You'll do anyone. I see anyone. I can turn onto do because like i said you just very unique person in the world would benefit with more people like you and i feel like i gained something out of watching you and if even if it's the smallest thing like going in organizing my garage and going like i should take a second. I should take a second by the way there's a. There's like these little things i want you to do. Like i want you to do sunday. I want you to do a sunday. Meet up with your fans. Sunday project thing. I was going to bug you about what tonight next year. I'm going to come up with this shit every week. I want you to get a group of guys together. I wanna be a part of it almost like a book club but we go to like we go somewhere and it's almost like i wanted to do one on one with people like you who are like like that we all know and then like you have something broken like the thing i go to your house in fix it. Make for my channel. And then you pass me onto the next guy..

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"van" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"van" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

"One thousand nine hundred eighty. Wow all right. Is that like i said. This was the first tool that i saw. Them was nineteen eighty. That's right okay. Can you fuck in fact straight. God damn i made a mistake and my my the fifth choice is of course. Can't go wrong can't go wrong with this. I never get sick of this song. I get sick and jamie's crying and never get sick of. The sun brings me back to the days hanging out with the ignorance. Yep that's another story for another. Had this ad this on vinyl eight track cassette cd downloaded it. You got another copy then. My buddy just texted me during the podcast the livestream instead. He wants the album. It's all is well. He did request the show so he wins the prize. Not only this for you. Send me a self addressed envelope. But i will be happy to autograph this on your behalf your autograph. So did you know that. Eddie van halen was in back to the future. Do ya ma. Most edward van halen was really him most. Most people think that he was he him playing the when he was when michael j. fox was playing on stage which is not the case right. Well eddie. Even when he was stuck into his his his his snuck into his father's room when he went back to the future he pulled out a cassette and he put headphones on. It said edward van halen on it and that was really an eddie van. Halen said yeah. I didn't want credit for it. It was a mess it was just. It was a lot of noise just making noise and he never admitted to it though he never up until a longtime after he finally did. Yeah that that that that was me that was me so Did you know that n even. Helen has a patent his three patent-pending but one of them one of them is called. I want to get this right when we get this right. He has a patent and it's the abstract right. What it is is he designed this strap that goes from one end of the qatar to the other goes around the back and neck and he he designed this kind of board behind the guitar that would lean on your lap or while you sit and it would leave the qatar so you hand both hands of free and you can play. It's almost like a steel guitar. Type thing yeah. Yeah sure right so did a electric guitar sure and he was working on that and i don't know it's it never knowing any venue was. Jeez you think about think about is guitars in the way that they look to you know with the stripes and whatnot. He created that he did not tape. Those he tape those and he did. Those all himself would sell to also remember that one of the things that most listeners don't know is that he was the inventor of what they call the browns. Sound the brown. Yes he would take a powers sars and try different things what. He was trying to keep up with alex's drum like he wanted to mimic his drum. I mean that's so unbelievably tactical so he emulated van. Halen has his own guitar amplifier. Line and whatnot in. This is one of those things where he was a celebrity. Just put his name on it. Actively involved in the creation and the development of this technology so dime bag dime bag. Daryl yet the unbelievable guitarist rest in peace from pan. Tara was a huge event. Halen fan right so he had wanted to eddie hard. He was making the making these special retirement. He taped all those lines on himself and he said next time we meet. I'll i'll hook you up. I'll do one right in front of you. He said we can do it together. And so dime bag. Darryl was sa- greatest thing in the world because that was his inspiration. Eddie van halen inspiration dime bag. Daryl gets killed onstage during. Show fucking tragic right so at his funeral eddie. Van halen brought the bumblebee guitar. It's the guitar. Is holding up the the black with a yellow stripes on the back cover event helen to and he puts it in his coffin with them. And he he's he never even played guitar and van halen to that guitar wasn't built. It was efficiently sure but he was holding it up. He put that in his in his so. They asked one of the guys from pancaro about that. He said if you had told us twenty years ago. If you had told daryl twenty years ago that eddie van halen give you guitar. If you've died he would have said. Kill me now. That's how much of a fan he was. How fucking cool is that. He gets his guitar would dine bag. Daryl pretty cool dime bag daryl. Play guitar listen this. It's not everybody's cup of tea but that dude was a self taught genius. Jeez by the way. Eddie van halen. So is that even ellen. Yeah by the way. Since you brought up you know bumblebee. You know the name of the red and white and black stripe guitar that he played most often. Do you know well. That is a combination of a handful of guitars. You know and i don't. I don't know that this is accurate. But it might be a fender neck kramer body. You know the innards of a less. Paul whatever it is but he affectionally referred to it as frankenstein frankenstein Did you notice that pause there. That negative craze i get it so hey wait time no no no no. We got plenty of time. We haven't dedicated a moment of this show to sammy hagar well. This is where we were going to now right so semi guy comes along and they become a whole different band like you said more polished more produced. Well i mean they're always well produced right but they become like sound right. they switch produces. he's kind of an interesting fact. That people might find interesting and completely useless so first van halen albums through the roth era. They used the guy by the name of temple. Men whose i think previous credits include like the doobie brothers so they continue on event in any van. Hanley gets more involved in the production. But you don't win. Some produces one of maybe a couple of their albums. Mick jones from the clash from farner. Over from florida okay. This has been a few mc jones is out. There isn't there mick. Jones and florida was a good producer. Guess but just just different. Different sound more polish mean. Listen you think you think of the kind of the greediness of the early van halen albums in the polish of the latest albums. Then think about the polish of..

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"van" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"van" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

"Yeah. Get my blood pumping through the state. Scott scott just before you actually go into your next on these great choices by the way. And i thought that one of the i know the. It's a podcast. I'm so one of the things that people should know is a lot of these records. Van halen one van. Halen to van halen. Three there were recorded in like a couple of weeks or a week or a couple of days. In between tours result was recorded in one day. they were working class band. Didn't take them years or a year to put these. Why because they fucking came up in the seventies when you earned that's nice pitches. That's what you did right. So but i agree with you. They would just they were. They were just so then we move on for my what is it. This is my one to my third song from fair warning. Great great song here about it later right now. Everybody got if you listen to. She gotta go download this stuff. This is great stuff that you probably haven't listened to in a long time or never or never. I'm sure people watching have heard it but you know a lot of people. Yeah he'd meet but say that edge right that edge that you're playing that muniz that's what the the hagar era lacked. They will polish that was shiny. They were fun. You know right. Roth roth brought that great. So then let's see. That was here about it later. From fair wanting now this is my fourth one of my fourth favourite again. Not necessarily anyone. It's played a lot but it's still a great fucking song. Great song again the vicious guitar in rock to screaming like a lunatic everyone. Everybody wants from women and children. I we get a discount. Eighty-five no no eighty four eighty eight. I mean not. Eighty eighty three eighty eight nineteen eighty.

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"van" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"van" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

"Shot in hell pretty much. Probably one of the only mistakes. Gene simmons ever made businesswise because that guy never makes a wrong move and we're not gonna go off on him you know. He's he's an interesting guy but you know what they are. Van halen is in a long line of bands that were rejected initially from record companies. You too was rejected by you. Know twenty or more record companies. The pretenders rejected by record companies. The fucking beatles were rejected by record companies. Because somebody didn't hear it or somebody didn't know how to market it or somebody was goddamn fucking lazy bryce and going back to the beginning. Of course you know you know. But i don't know if the listeners know that originally eddie played the drums and alex played guitar. Yeah when when they were kids. Yeah in eddie. Was out working in alex sneaking and play his drum kit finally he said you know what just fucking switch. I don't care. I don't care. Switch instruments just stay there right so then they move on right and they get. Did they get discovered and the first album comes out. What seventy eight seventy seven. The first album came out in seventy seven. And i think it was seventy seven so that same year that they got turned down by the record. Company did the demo gene simmons. I'll check my My rectangle i always thought it was seventy but either way you may be right and then from that point on the legends. Were born right. Well not before. Then so here's is one side note that that you may not know is that when they first started recording van halen and they recognized that they had an immense talent in this band but even back then in those early days there was some concern amongst the record company so they were signed to warner brothers records and they had the brothers had concerns as did the producer. I believe that david lee roth vocals were not as strong as they could be and they actually considered. I don't know how far they actually took this. But they considered replacing. David lee rob before first came out and they had a number of different lead singers considering including sammy. Hang on. maybe that's why they went after him after. David lee roth right so the komo. If if you if you look at some of those early gigs. One of one of the early Tours of van halen. They were an opening act and they were on like. I've seen a concert poses where they were. The opening acts of boston was the headliner in journeying van. Halen in sammy. We're all on the same bill back then. Imagine that l- little foreshadowing. Yeah so you know. Seventy seven seventy eight van. Halen one comes out classic album one of the greatest seventy greatest debut albums in music history and they take off. So what is your favorite van. Halen album believe it or not. I mean i think that van halen one is a flawless album. I don't think there's a song that's bad. That's bad on that as a matter of fact. Guide the original catalog and you to remember take into consideration. That was i was a van. Halen free back. Well we all we all were. Yeah yeah anybody. Anybody that grew up in winthrop knew that. But i was bigger fan of van. Halen to then. I was Vanhanen one only for the fact that venue in one was so played so much that i liked some of the things that you didn't hear so often i think van halen to is a song for song. We've had this debate. I've said this van halen song for song is I think a better album. But i'm a second album guy i've for some reason. Van halen to like better than van. Halloween candy oh i like better than the cause debut. Who else was there. I was just thinking. Oh arrowsmith i like get your wings more than featuring dream on. I always like second album for some reason. I don't know if it's just the thing. But yeah you know. I i have to tell you. I mean from from my perspective personal feelings aside. You look at what they accomplished with van. Halen one mazing out doesn't mean. I'm not a great album. Yeah on paper van. Halen one is a better in van. Halen too. I just like van halen to better yes. It's a fantastic fantastic. So but benway van halen won the fucking audacity who puts a guitar solo on an album. Nevermind album debut album right. So okay eruption. The story behind eruption is he was an even helms warming up for a gig. You'll before a gig. He's in the studio and the producer walks by his that he says the what's that he goes he's just well. Maybe who get that on tape so that was so they said okay and he does it in to the day he died eddie van halen said i could have done that better and he picks out mistakes like we think it's a masterpiece right this fucking genius. He hears he goes. I made a mistake at the top of this and then you know. I should have done this over here. I could have made it better really but his his thing. And i think some people kinda miss this especially if you think if you look at like progressive rock prog rock you know. People want absolute perfect scales and whatnot. We as listeners as readers as observers of art we love the mistakes we have those little flaws me you think about the beginning couple of cords of roxanne right and a lot of people may not know this but you know when roxanne was being recorded sting backs into a piano. And he that laughed at he does is because he bumps in in it. That's magic man. Oh i didn't know that either. Good good for good info is that with makes the noise. That do new. Yeah yeah that really. He backs into appeal. I never knew that. How did i not know that son of a bitch. That's good info party. But this is this is what this show is about of the is me educating you about hall. I'm here to help you brother. I'm your eddie van. Halen to your alex van halen. Okay all right listen. When was the first time you saw them in consett. Nine thousand nine hundred ninety nine hundred eighty boston garden the van halen invasion tour me and my friend greg porter. July twenty fifth nineteen eighty god. God rest his soul. My friend greg porta who passed away last week. He and i literally skip school. Snuck on the train went to the boston. Garden waited in line in brought our nine dollar.

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"van" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

08:22 min | 1 year ago

"van" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

"A big show. Like i said two words than freaking halen. We're going to get right into it. So without further ado let me bring it on my co host. The atomic punk himself calabrese now aged. I got a lot to cover here. What's that ami. okay. Thank i can hear you working on a little technical difficulty during this episode. But that's okay. We'll get through it. Have you seen junior's great scott the. It guy is not. He's definitely he's in and out of that hot sauce money he makes it and then he doesn't so all right buddy you ready to do a good show. I'm ready to do a good show. All right van halen where to begin. So they were seventies band technically. It's hard to believe that right. Well informed in one thousand nine hundred seventy four. yeah a mayor amir ameer four years after jimi hendrix past. Isn't that crazy doesn't even. It's like they've been around that long or they weren't they. Were around that long. And then if you come back and you look at their that their touring Those websites that have toured tours and set lists. It's like seventy four seventy five seventy say like they were crazy then. They were torn not back. They were a working-class band. They certainly were. They certainly were. Do you know who the last member of van halen was to join. The last member borough But the burn. You mean like the original lineup original lineup. I would say it was michael. Anthony yeah i mean that's kind of a. It's not a no brainer question for us. it is He met alex van halen. At what in sending in college san diego they were going to like some conservatory of music right and they hit it off and he introduces them to eddie but what he was basically used for the beginning is they. They use his amps. They were like hey. Can we borrow your apps. Can we borrow this and eventually asked to join the band. Great move absolutely great move. I mean first of all. I mean underrated bass player rudimentary in terms of what he did. He was no getty. Lee jordan win whistle. Chris squire from yes but those backing vocals well i. That's that's one of the things. I wanted to talk about. 'cause everybody can talk about eddie van halen and we'll get to eddie van. Halen you know in david lee roth but the two that never get talked about as it is usually with any band right. Is the drummer and the bass player. But michael anthony. I think was a very underrated bass player that he was driving driving bass in those songs. It's almost like whites in k. From rage against the machine. I mean rage against what she wouldn't have that sound without his base. Yeah it's it's You know it's one of those things. Where michael anthony is. His base playing drove it had a funk and had a rhythm but it it didn't have the wasn't a fancy flashy play right right so he wasn't he wasn't getting league going up and down the fret for he kept the bottom edge he was he was the dusty hill of van. Halen good comparison. Yeah fair enough fair enough. Yeah i'll tell you. And by the way i don't know if i'm jumping ahead or not. He's the one guy variant halen that got absolutely fucking screwed all so we can go on. We can cover that later if you want to know you know. It doesn't matter we're going to cover whatever we cover but you know again. We can talk about eddie van halen for two hours. Sure he's he's a master a genius but michael anthony did so speculation is that he got kinda kicked out of the band because he owns a hot sauce company and he does like hot. Mustards and stuff like that. And any thought he was spending too much time doing that. But there's an interesting side story to that. Also so he thought he was committing too much time to his business and not the band so supposedly that's why he gets kicked out but he was also friends with sammy. Hagar so semi hagar in eddie van halen had a falling out in a big part of that falling was eddie van. Halen didn't like the fact that sammy hagar spending so much time in kabul and put his time into that so it sounds to me where on the street was that event hill and was kind of an asshole anyways he was control-freak he was he was a complex guy. You know so he was. He was a genius in in some ways. Short like most genius. You can attest to this part genius in this power train wreck. Yeah yeah. I think he. He was a total control guy. Yeah absolutely total. Control guy. He i think he you know eddie. Van halen was completely dedicated to the band in expected. The same but eddie had his own side projects as well. That was the deal that they had the band had. They had a deal no side projects and that was kind of thing throughout the early career. Yeah but he did. A solo album with with brian. May he played on. Beat it. okay so beat it. He played on. Beat it with no credit right. He didn't get credit. Did a favor to quincy. Jones asked him to do it. And he said yeah. Give me a case of beer. And and michael can give me a dance lesson somewhere in the future. He also said in wanting money. 'cause it would complicate things. He didn't want it to get any. He said that the it now. This is at the time. He said that we're really not supposed to do side projects. That was a thing within the band so he did the beat thing without a credit but everybody i mean it was distinctly eddie van halen guitar. Of course no one was. No one was mimicking that it was. It was the michael anthony in quincy. Jones were no dummies. They recognize that if they were able to get into play on that song that they would have a crossover hit. I mean for crying out love for those of you. That are listening right now. There was a rock station in boston. Called wbz and that played. Rockin never play michael jackson until and they did played a couple of times they played. Beat it so another interesting story behind. That is he played it. he played it in one. Take i believe it was something like that. And he was in the studio. With quincy and michael and michael left the studio and eddie kind of said. Okay do this. I want you to shop this. Put this in you know. Move this over here and then blah blah blah however he did it without michael no in and then he did it.

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"van" Discussed on Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness

Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness

07:11 min | 1 year ago

"van" Discussed on Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness

"Come. Do you feel do know about all that you do know about that stuff. Yeah sure is it all talk about yes. It's just ancient episodes or so fascinating. You never do it and an hour's time because there's just so much to cover but we do have a little bit more time than we can do that. But i just have this one more question with this. 'cause there's there's sculpture there's like you know kind of art in caves. There's also higher. Which in itself is kind of in art. It's picture but you hated me answer. It's like we can't impart like western understandings of it. So but there's artists and was like was a common artists and then also like royal artists was a different styles and obviously there was. There was different eras. I think you know what i love about. Studying mesoamerican art and art of the americas. In general before european colonization is that we see a totally different history of art and there are these new. You can't use terms like naturalism and realism. And you know they don't. It doesn't fit and what i love about. You know. Some people talk about the invention of abstraction and it's like no. We've got abstracts in the second millennium bc in olmec civilization. What i love about is the artists are clearly making choices. They're not choosing to faithfully represent. Say a jaguar or a puma their stylized. It in a way that's meaningful to them and that's these these these distinct choices that artists were making in. It's not that they didn't know how to natural mystically skull jaguar if that that wasn't meaningful to them so how do how do we get it those other questions. Why are they making these choices. So i'll i'll go back to them. The maya kingdoms again because that's again where we have. The most information and in that context is the only time we see artists signing their work. So we actually have named artists from classic maya monuments and painted throwbacks. So we know we know there are a little bit more than one hundred named sculptors and what's clear. Is that from certain sites. They worked at an telly type structure where there was actually a someone in charge. There was like a head sculptor and you have several other people working on the same monument. So you could. If you see a large standing money you can think of it as there were maybe like four or five different hands and you wonder like with this. The guy that was assigned to do phase this because he was really good at face is or was this. The person that did all the lifts all the hieroglyphs because they just were the scrabble you know artistic license to do the little phases and do the dates so they worked together on these monuments and even with the painted pottery because for example. Drinking cups like classic. Maya canvases were drinking cups. So you look at these beautiful stomachs and you see. That's where the painters are going to town with different supernatural narratives or porches the rulers or just tax. So you think about the and then. They signed their work. And it's about the the the it's not necessarily like just their name and there's a little bit of a title that refers to knowledge. It's about these are the keepers of knowledge and these are the recorders of knowledge in history. So back to your question that were there artists absolutely but did they have again like multiple roles in their communities. Maybe they were artists and healers. Maybe they were artists and stone carvers. They worked on more architectural features. So we don't know if there were sort of like renaissance type artists and patrons but we do know that they were clearly very important to these royal courts and they were valued for their talent and some in some contexts. They were actually able to to claim that he had by signing the work. So i mean. I have learned so much teams. I usually what i would do at this point in the podcast is i would give you like a yogi recess to like tell us like you just be remissed like to not mention over the last hour in ten minutes but i think you accidentally just got yourself booked on like second episode getting curious because there's so much more we have to go through and i think at that time i offer you a yogi recess unless there's something really genius that people should be reading about or doing the foreign comeback to really like get their mesoamerican knowledge wine before you come back. Yeah i would just say that. There are a lot of great popular tax about the history of places like mexico. And the maya kingdom. So you know your your listeners. Should be excited to go out and read that and i think in a post cove reality i would say. Get yourself to mexico. City go to the national museum. Go to con- goto guatemala and cd call and these places because there's a sense of all that's difficult to convey in conversation or just images it's when you're standing on top of one of the pyramids con- you just feel that this is such an important place. And there are such rich stories waiting to be uncovered that that's the. That's the exciting thing about working in archaeology. Right and thinking about what. What more can we learn about the human experience from these different places different people's at different times so there's a lot to talk about james zoya. We're having you back. I need to hear more about like literal archaeology. Like more of like look actually happens to hear all about the art eras in the phases of the mesoamerican art. James on to your time and coming on getting curious you thank you so much. Thank you for having me. Great to me and i look forward to our around to yes. Hey you've been listening to getting curious with me. Jonathan van ness my guest. This week was james doyle. A curator at the metropolitan museum of our. You'll find links to his work episode description of whatever you're listening to the show on our theme. Music is briefed by clan. Thank you so much for letting us use it. If you enjoyed our show. Please introduce a friend and show them how to subscribe. We do appreciate it. You can follow us an instagram and twitter at curious. Which are socials. Are running curated by emily bostick and what. We're doing there honey. As we are following all of our guests were following up on their new work their new projects. Also keeping you up to date on other news stories. we're watching. I mean really just giving you some behind the scenes of getting curious we love you so much appreciate your our editor is andrew carson and our transcriptionist is a leader shop. Getting curious produced by me. Erica gatto an emily boesak..

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"van" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"van" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"Ven diagram fanning casey overlap on many traits both are artists with unique and distinctive aesthetics both are exceptional filmmakers who hone their skills in the days before youtube even existed both have extraordinary for storytelling. Perfectionist dispositions an appreciation for the analog. What else respect for detail. The list goes on and on and on and yet they are also very different different people and different artists with different sensibilities back in two thousand ten after the nine stepbrothers. Hbo show was not picked up for a second season kc to become well. Casey van on the other hand embarked on a very different journey and artistic journey a journey of self discovery journey for the most part outside the public sphere until recently that is when van suddenly reappeared by dint of his recently launched youtube channel. The spirited matt is a very cool and curious unlimited series that explores all kinds of questions questions large questions. Small things like home repair all the way to critical thinking within introspective and philosophical flair. That i think is utterly unique. I'm totally compelled by the series. And i was so curious about van and his particular sensibility that i reached out to casey to connect us. And here we are. This one is really fun..

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"van" Discussed on Talk, Tales and Trivia

Talk, Tales and Trivia

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"van" Discussed on Talk, Tales and Trivia

"Here are a few opinions. One individual says fan life was not so fun by the second or third month. It was not a very pleasant experience. I was getting pretty lonely and it was pretty boring to have the van parked in one place all the time i thought about taking it on the road but i was pretty sure it would break down and i'd be screwed also. Let's be honest when you are living in a van. You're dating prospects are not good. Isn't that the truth. And let's be real. There are people who thought van life would be different and called it quits on van living after a while like this person says here so after three months i took an awesome job doing ios development and moved out of the van now. I'm going to try to sell the van. But i need to fix the dead battery. I it's just sitting around and doing nothing a right now. Van living is a way to save money. It really is but it requires capital work discipline and most people. Don't last that long doing this. The two most common reasons for quitting van life are the stress of finding a place to park at each night. A his sounds horrible and the loneliness of the solitary existence equally horrible. One van dweller chronicled her life living in a van but after five years she gave up the van life to settle down with her partner and that worked out great. I guess some things just have a stronger pole than the call of the open road. The need yes for companionship. But if you think you might enjoy this life go online because there is plenty to read read the blogs visit the facebook groups. There are plenty of van. Life meet ups you can find on social media from so low women meet ups to meet ups and places across the country that van dwellers go to every year or every so often to reunite with old friends. I find myself now. Coming to the end of this episode. And i would be remiss if i forgot to mention again. The older van dwellers that need to live in their hands and need the meet ups and need to be with their friends. And so i have this quote from an older van dweller that has many many friends all across the country. Home isn't something you own. It's something you take with you so now. My question to you is simple. Have you ever lived in a van or have you ever thought about living in a van. I would love to know email me. Talk tells and trivia at gmail.com. That's me if you enjoyed this episode of bills and trivia. i love that. Go to my website. Talk tales and trivia dot com slash..

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"van" Discussed on Breaking Beauty Podcast

Breaking Beauty Podcast

05:33 min | 2 years ago

"van" Discussed on Breaking Beauty Podcast

"Hello jonathan so. I'm a huge fan of queer eye and of yours personally because you're radiating joey all over the place whether it's watching you learn to figure skate on i g or your daily morning coffee boogie you. I really just love all of your content <hes>. And virtually officiating a wedding. That was also very cool during quarantine so cool so we're really honored to have you on breaking beauty. Podcast tell us from your perspective like what is self confidence. What does it look like. And why is it important. Pay attention to. Oh that's a really good question. I think for me. Self confidence is so important because it will competence is like one of the central tenets of self of like being centered self and what that means is in the therapy that i've done so much of is like we wanna be self led like my idea. Being sulfide is like the person that like. Even if i'm late or things of kind of gone awry like i can still be calm. I'm not reactive inaugurated you know. You're centered selfish. Very like calm clear compassionate courageous. It's like really like the best version of yourself and so confidence is part of that in so when you feel confident that's like a really good indicator for me when i feel confidence a really good indicator for me that my centered south. I miss. i'm not in an a people pleasing my personality. I'm not in a irritated part of my personality. I'm not in like a overly work mode part of my personality. I'm like you know self-led fled so accurately talks about that. There's a lot of people in virtual eaters and spiritual thinkers who think who talk about being selfless. So confidence is such a big piece of that. But i think the thing that people miss the most often about confidence and i know that for myself i did too is that you can be competent and you can have a part of you. That feels really confident about something but then also really insecure about something else and can happen at the same time <hes>. There's parts of you that feel confident but then there's other parts that you know are insecure about certain things and so the trick is is wet part of yourself. Can you identify with. Can you hear from that part. That might wanna change something or maybe doesn't like something about yourself and say look i hear you like i get it. I understand why you might feel that way about yourself. This is like you talking to yourself. Maybe we got those ideas from society or like something. That doesn't really feel organic to us. Like while i hear what you're saying i need to get in the back seat because actually centered. South is here. And we're not going to be berating ourselves today about that like expectation of beauty that we know that part of me has for how it's supposed to him kind of china mores in it by with this parliament industrial confidence about you know my heart may essence. What i do for my friends what i do for me. The only or feels like super confident about my face. I have i will say this. Maybe i am maybe really competent. But my face is like one thing. I've never been self conscious about like. I've always thought like a really pretty face like i've cobblers. I like i've always been like work. There's other so. I always looks like something. You feel competent. It doesn't mean physical thing it can be a piece of who you are and then just tried to identify with that. Because i think there's anyone who feels completely competent about everything all the time every single thing. Yeah i read in your bio that from a really young age like forever. You were out and i and i think about back then like what gives you the confidence to express your authentic self. Even from a young age. I say the include ryan episodes of like you know there really was like i could really be in a closet if you had like is in ears like if you were in my presence. You were very much like okay. Like i was fully fluid in nancy. Kerrigan kristi yamaguchi oxana by all geos zodiac sign. I also knew about everything about the electoral college in the presidential election of nineteen ninety-two. I really wanted to talk about i. Thought ross perot is actually. When i understood. I understood like the words. I didn't understand the politics of his leaks. I was i was really engaged in the world around me also just extremely feminine and i wanted to wear tights that i wanted to her off the shoulder. Things and i wanted to like run up to my dad's best friends like push them in runaway. Be like it was just exactly how i am now but if i do is coming out of the closet officially linked answering yes to the question of our i was getting asked if i was gade called gay and like just was asked to from such a young age that i think by the time it was like in sixth grade. It was like by fifth grade already done. I'm buying and pamela anderson's. I watch being watch like i you know but really it was david hasselhoff that i get enough up. He was such treatment in the nineties. Yeah until he started rapping. Of course you started rapping. Did i miss a diva rap. I'm pretty sure he was a big rapper. In germany he had an act german moment. I did knows because of rapid wisit wrapping. Am i making that up. Okay i'm going to have to google it after our call

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