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NXIVM founder sentenced to 120 years in prison
"And the founder and leader of Nexium, the sex cult is being sentenced to life in prison. 59 year old Keith Ranieri was sentenced to 120 years in prison. An area was convicted last year on several charges, including sex trafficking, forced labour and
Mississippi asks Supreme Court to review 15-week abortion ban
"In Mississippi on Friday. Mississippi's attorney general wants the high court to take a look at a decision by the fifth Circuit Court of Appeals. That ruled the state law banning almost all abortions. After 15 weeks of pregnancy interferes
Van Halen won't continue as a band despite rumors
"Guess I. was this rumor going around that Van Halen was going to continue as a band with Wolfgang Van halen moving from Bass Guitar to Lead Guitar in the lineup would be Sammy Hagar Wolfgang on Guitar Michael Anthony Back in the band of play. Bass Alex Van. Halen on drugs Well Wolfgang shut that down. He tweeted out this just an issue lie attempting to capitalize on these awful times it's not only hurting the fans it's hurting me in my family
Born This Way Is Old Science
"The confirmation hearings for Judge Amy, CONYBEARE IT Senator Maisy. Hirano of Hawaii expressed outrage and shock that the nominee would use the term sexual preference instead of sexual orientation sexual preference announced senator. TORONTO. Is An offensive and outdated term used by anti lgbtq activists to suggest that sexual orientation is a choice. It is not after the Exchange Merriam Webster which apparently like most Americans had not gotten that Nemo with these new linguistic absolutes quickly changed the definition of sexual preference in its online dictionary. To, indicate that this wording is now offensive who knew we'll beyond the orwellianism of the literally changing the dictionary to support a political climb. It seems that Senator Hirano is the one who's actually behind the Times on this whole sexual orientation versus Sexual Preference Issue According to Dr Glenn Stanton, and then outstanding new article at public discourse. Judge Barrett's terminology is actually more in line with the latest thinking of leading gender scholars for example, Professor Sorry Van Anders at candidates Queens University has stated that. Quote sexual orientation as a term is increasingly seen as regressive because it belongs to the bio centralist project translating to English. What she saying is that the word orientation suggests that sexuality is hard wired and according to Professor Anders that's just not the consensus anymore among her peers though the whole born this way claim was once a very useful slogan to advance gay rights it no longer serves the goals of the LGBTQ. Movement years ago for instance, two scholars at Ucla question the concept of. Sexual. Orientation especially for women to instead that women's sexuality and Orientation Fluid Changeable over time and variable across social context other social scientists that Glenn Stanton quotes in his public discourse Article Call For a paradigm shift in how female sexuality is studied and described, and there've been plenty of surveys indicate that most self identified lesbians will have relationships with men. At some point. There's also a more obvious problem with the idea of a fixed orientation that's found in the very initials of the acronym especially the. Be The queue of lgbtq as political commentator Douglas Murray who identifies as gay by the way rights bisexuals continued to be viewed as some kind of betrayal from within the gay community gay men tend to believe that men who claim to be by are in fact, gays in some form of denial yet according to a pew research report from last summer bisexuals account for almost half of all LGBTQ adult in the US in fact, the authors of a new book published by Harvard University Press. Think. That male bisexuals are those who call themselves mostly straight vastly outnumber exclusively gay men. Thus they conclude the old system of gay straight or BI has as stanton puts, it outgrown its usefulness and even bigger challenge in the B. to the born. This way dogma is the T- gay rights and gay marriage were sold to us. The premise that homosexuality is hard wired maybe even genetic like race but anyone claiming transgender as an identity does. So in spite of physical and genetic realities not because. Of them and the CUE which usually stands for questioning well, that continues to evolve in both meaning and practice to include more and more sexual preferences as an identity. Well, one wonders whether Senator Horon would feel compelled to lecture the various social scientists that Glenn Stanton sites. In this article my suspicion is she wouldn't in fact, my suspicion is that Senate Arana was fed this talking point by an aide who's checking twitter and saw it as an opportunity to tar and feather judge Barrett as. A big what's ultimately revealed by her political posturing awoke language policing however is crucially important for all of us to now that phrases such a sexual orientation or sexual preference or whatever. The latest nomenclature are terms made up not to describe reality but to advance the idea that has revolutionized. So much of our culture on politics that sexual attraction and urge define and determine who we are. That's the idea we can never embrace even if we're facing outrage from a senator
Parents' 'Mom Code' keeping Utah students from being tested for coronavirus
"C's. TJ Holmes explains why it's part of the so called Mom Code and the Utah Department of Health is warning about the group of parents reportedly pledging not to test their kids for Corona virus in order to make infection numbers artificially appear lower. This is all in an attempt to keep schools and schools sports open and avoid quarantine. But there is a quarantine with a sports team or with any of the other classrooms. They're encouraging each other, not To have their Children tested. As a parent, you never profitable fears community spread. If the mom code is encouraged, this pandemic is not a normal thing. This is a time where we need to really focus on, you know, tracing this virus so we can be able to stop the spread. She's seen Facebook messages like these stay home. Don't get tested. And if your child shows Koven symptoms, please keep them home. But do not test state health officials say it's unknown how many parents are actually taking part, but warned those who do could be contributing to the spread of covert 19 writing in a statement, testing is a critical element of our response. Identifying cases is a key strategy toe limiting the spread of disease in our communities will be very hard to be able to distinguish between just regular Every day, winter type illnesses on coal bed. They also have to potentially take their child out into a community that could then expose that child, Emily Daily, the mother of four students near Salt Lake City. She's running for the school board, she says. While she isn't participating in the mom code, she can understand why some wood it's not mandated to get tested. That's the thing and so we need to remember that it is a choice on DH. You need Thio make decisions based off of what you fell. A B C's TJ Holmes reporting A strong typhoon blew out of the Philippines after displacing more than 120,000 people, leaving several
Senate set to confirm Judge Amy Coney Barrett to Supreme Court on Monday
"Their views on Amy Cockney Baron's nomination to the Supreme Court as debate on the floor continues ahead of tonight's expected confirmation vote, Utah Republican Mitt Romney says Now, more than ever. It is essential that the Supreme Court retained the trust of the nation. He believes Barrett will uphold that. It may be one of the very few, if not the only of the institutions in which the great majority of Americans have confidence. That's why judge barrettes integrity. Wisdom and commitment to the rule of law is so important. Maryland Democrat Chris Van Holland says Barrett's confirmation to the high court will turn the clock back. New York
What if a US presidential candidate refuses to concede after an election? | Van Jones
"Okay, as an attorney as a political commentator and frankly a former White House official. I used to think I knew a lot about how America picks President I was wrong. I did not know and this year I've been doing research into some of the the fine print in. All the different things in our constitution that we never talk about in I've discovered some legal loopholes that shocked me I guarantee will shock you and could determine the way that the presidential election twenty twenty turns out for instance did you know that under our Constitution? A presidential candidate could actually lose the popular vote. They all to get a majority in the electoral college refused to concede. Manipulate hidden mechanisms in our government and still get sworn in as the president of the United States of America. That's a true fact I know it sounds like some crazy house of cards episodes and I wish it was just change the channel that I just described to you a real world real life possibility that could occur this year the your I'm talking in twenty twenty or some other year if we don't fix some of these glitches in our system. So if you think though that the American people's choice in a US presidential election to actually be sworn into become president United States. Please pay attention. This I'M GONNA. Teach you how to stop a coup. Okay. Now where to begin. All right other IT turns out that one of the main safeguards of us democracy is not in the Constitution at all it's not in the law at all. It's actually just a little tradition custom and yet this one voluntary gesture is one of the main reasons the almost never have riots and bloodshed in strife after a US election what I'm talking about is a concession speech. Okay. It's ironic is the. One speech, no presidential candidate ever wants to give and yet it is that public address those most important for the health and well being of our nation is that speech you know when presidential contender gives it is after the advisers come the media tells them look you're not gonNA. Get enough votes to be able to hit that magic number of seventy electoral college votes. You just not going to get there. At that moment. You don't think about this but the fate of the entire republic is in the hands of a single politician and they're willing to walk out there and stand in front of their family standard run the cameras Santa by the whole nation and say I am conceding the race voluntarily. Thank you to my supporters. The other person has one now registered them. Let's unite behind them. Let's move on. Let's be one country God bless America. You see at thousand times. Make no mistake. This is a remarkable tradition in our country because at that moment that candidate still hasn't her command, a nationwide army of campaign activist of diehard partisans, tens of thousands of people they could just as easily take up arms take to the streets they can do whatever they wanted to. But that concession speech instantly demobilizes all of them is, Hey, guys stand down folks it's over moreover that concession speech helps the tens of millions of people who voted for that person to accept the outcome. Knowledge a winner however begrudgingly. And then just get up the next morning go to work, go to school maybe disappointed but not disloyal to American government and even more importantly that concession speech has a technical function in that it kind of allows all the other steps. Our constitution requires acid the voting in. There are a bunch of steps like he got the electoral colleges. Got Me. You've got Congress got ratify this thing you've got inauguration to be had all that stuff can just move ahead on automatic pilot because Abbas concession speech every subsequent step to reinstate the President or elevate a new president just happens on a rubber stamp basis of the constitution requires it misrepresent but. We sometimes forget candidates do not have to concede. There's nothing that makes them concede
A Canadian family that raised $2 million for their baby's life-saving medical treatment has received it for free
"Treatment to save the life of a sick baby in Canada. CBS News correspondent Lisa Matteo reports a Canadian family that raised $2 million for their daughter's life saving medical treatment has received it for free. Lucy Van Normal was randomly selected by drug company Novartis Gene Therapies, tohave the onetime infusion covered through its managed access program. The seven month old was born with spinal muscular atrophy, a genetic disease that causes babies. Ls toe waste away. Since receiving the treatment. Lucy's parents say she has already shown improvement.
Black Lives Matter mural outside New York Trump Tower vandalized again
"Time 12 34 Well, police were investigating yet another vandalization of that black lives matter. Mural outside of Trump Tower on Fifth Avenue hit with some sort of black substance, they say smeared All over the sign sometime in the early hours of today, The New York Post, quoting police sources, saying they think protesters emerged from behind the van just after midnight to pour the substance onto the mural. There have been repeated vandalization of it. Since it was created in early July. Commissioned by
Trump Speaks At Campaign Rally In Florida
"Is rallying voters in the Florida Panhandle tonight after a mid state visit to seniors blasting Joe Biden on his energy policy. It was a cheery president, who told reporters last night went well, great reviews great poles, great everything while he's been on the defensive over the virus pandemic. The roles are flipped today. After Biden said last night, he backs a transition away from oil in the US A statement that could hurt him with voters in swing states like Pennsylvania and Texas by running made Kamala Harris said he's talking about banning taxpayer subsidies to fossil fuel company Van Soccer
At Least 18 Dead, Including Children, In Suicide Attack In Afghan Capital
"Talks more deadly bombings in Afghanistan Today at least 18 people were killed, including Children. An explosion outside an education center in Afghans capital Kabul, Afghanistan's capital, Kabul. Earlier this morning, a roadside bomb killed nine after hit a mini van full of passengers in the eastern part of the country. No group has yet claimed responsibility for either bombing. The local police blamed the Taliban for the van attack has been a recent surge in violence despite peace talks between the Taliban and Afghan forces and the decades long war. The U. S signed a peace deal with the Taliban in February, opening up a path toward withdrawing American troops from that conflict
19-year-old man suspected of plotting to kill Biden
"Court documents show that the man found with a van full of weapons and explosive materials may have been plotting to harm Joe Biden. Here's CBS's Jeff gave, prosecutors say 19 year old Xander Trace men arrested for possessing child pornography posted evidence of wanting to kill presidential candidate Joe Biden on his phone and social media. They found images from mass killings and an Internet mean caption. Should I kill Joe Biden? Court documents show. Eastman had a fascination with mass shootings and had swastika drawings in his van, court papers say. In early May, he drove to within four miles of Joe Biden's Delaware home. After purchasing an A R 15 style rifle. This all comes just days after we learned about a man in Maryland being arrested for leaving a hand written notes that threatened to kill Biden and running mate Kamala Harris.
Man suspected of plotting to kill Biden
"Newly released court documents show a man found with a van full of weapons may have been plotting to kill Joe Biden. Your CBS Jeff gave, prosecutors say 19 year old Alexander Trace men arrested for possessing child pornography posted evidence of wanting to kill presidential candidate Joe Biden. On his phone and social media. They found images from mass killings and an Internet mean caption. Should I kill Joe Biden? Court documents show. Eastman had a fascination with mass shootings and had swastika drawings in his van, court papers say. In early May, he drove to within four miles of Joe Biden's Delaware home. After purchasing an A R 15 style rifle.
‘Should I kill Joe Biden?’: Teenage suspect allegedly plotted to kill the former VP
"Trail, trail, a a man man who who was was found found with with a a van van full full of of weapons weapons and and explosive explosive materials materials may may have have been been plotting to assassinate Joe Biden here. CBS News correspondent Jeff for gays, prosecutors say 19 year old Alexander Trace Mint, arrested for possessing child pornography posted evidence of wanting to kill presidential candidate Joe Biden. On his phone and social media. They found images from mass killings and an Internet mean caption. Should I kill Joe Biden? Court documents show. Eastman had a fascination with mass shootings and had swastika drawings in his van, court papers say. In early May, he drove to within four miles of Joe Biden's Delaware home. After purchasing an A R 15 style rifle. What is this a real threat? Whenever somebody is amassing weapons and wants to, you know, do damage. I mean, it's always potentially dangerous. This comes just days after we learned about a man in Maryland. Arrested for leaving a hand written note, threatening to beat and kill Biden and running mate Kamala Harris and weeks after the arrest of seven militia members in Michigan for allegedly plotting to kidnap and potentially killed Michigan's governor. That's what happens when there's fear, anxiety and the political discussion. Is about scoring political points. With the election looming, federal authorities say they have seen a change in what is fueling domestic threats this year. The the lethal attacks, domestic terrorism, lethal attacks we have have, I think all fit in the category of Anti government anti authority Peters have only charged trace been with child pornography. He has pleaded not guilty. His attorney says that he has Asperger's syndrome, citing all the evidence in this case. A judge ordered that he remained behind bars. Jeff for gays reporting tonight. Well, did you hear
Man Charged With Child Porn Had Van Full Of Guns, Researched Killing Joe Biden, Feds Say
"To assassinate Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden. Federal court papers say it was hatched by a man originally from Seattle. They say 19 year old Alexander Triesman had a cache of explosives, weapons and ammunition. He was arrested in North Carolina, where investigators say they found child porn on his devices. They also say his online activity includes a search for Biden's home address and posts asking if he could kill Biden and save Bernie, referring to Senator Sanders failed campaign. Timothy Bella, who wrote the story for The Washington Post. His tryst, Hman told federal investigators he had long been interested in mashing ings and terrorism prevents. Could she just spending days and hours poring over YouTube videos on Wikipedia articles off these tragedies? Crisman is being held without bail of the child porn charges. No comment from the Secret Service or the Biden campaign. No
Veggie Burgers Can Be Called Burgers, European Parliament Says
"The European Union voted Friday to allow restaurants and stores to sell plant based products such as veggie burgers and soy steaks and use such names. The largest farmer's association in Europe sort of van Saying marketing meat substitutes with meat names would mislead consumers the YOU accepted the opposite argument that said consumers are not confused and allowing the sales would promote a more plant based diet was in line with efforts to fight global
How Will Stan Van Gundy Fit With the Pelicans?
"Was a few weeks ago in the ringer NBA show that at the very tail end of the show I recall you saying. Keep an eye out for Stan van Gundy and New Orleans and since we last spoke That came to fruition Stan Van Gundy was hired by David Griffin and the New Orleans Pelicans I think when this all started with the pelicans ouster of Alvin gentry. Through the. Face Tyler had a former relationship with David. Griffin, we talk about my Tony possibly because he had a former relationship via the Phoenix Suns with David Griffin but they do land on Stan van, Gundy as their next head coach when you saw that news come across the wire, would you think great I'm happy I think he could bring some accountability to the team in terms of how much they need it on the defensive end of the floor they were horrific. On defense this season in San Andy. Of course, infamously famously I'm not sure once said build an effing wall and that the Pelicans need to do and I look forward to see what he can do now that he's back in the NBA but by the way like he failed in Detroit because he was coach. Angie 'em now he's just a coach right and he was always a good coach. He was good basketball coach and it was one of those cautionary tales of. It is two different skill sets number one it also in many cases can be two different motivations right if I am if I am the general manager and the coach now let's say I make a poor signing or a poor usage of money will sometimes I may want to use that guy to prove that I was right about this guy right and I know that you Still get into that with with a front offices and coaches anyway, right in in everybody wants to be responsible everybody wants to be right about the move they made. But when you then you're not doing the scouting of every other team on a regular basis, I know you have scouts you're certainly not doing that with college, but it's just a very hard job to do twofold and. Another cautionary tale of taking that over I mean everybody wants that power but I think we've seen two of these guys. Now fact three of these guys. Now, all of which I think you would say were subpar to very below average in that role but. We respect them as guys that are on the sidelines as basketball coaches. That is their expertise in that is doc rivers who took on that role Tom Thibodeau who took on that role and Stan Van Gundy who took on that role and yet got hired as coaches though it didn't go well at their last stops. I mean doc better than the other two but we thought. Hires because these guys are good basketball coaches who were miscast trying to run everything for sure absolutely and ultimately it's another good opportunity for him when New Orleans area there even though they have Zion, they have ingram granted these a restricted free agent. He'll likely back matched any offer sheet or whatever This is still sort of A. Team right now that can go in many different directions depending on how David Griffin wants to build it out and I look forward to seeing the ways in which Van Gundy, Utilize Zion and the ways in which he tries to get him going off because remember you know before all the three point shooting, we've seen the last ten years or so that has. Exploded with the warriors and the rockets and all these teams shooting lot of threes, the magic, Dwight Howard at center and four shooters around him in the late two thousands with anti head coach and they went to a finals. We're going to be lost to Kobe and the Lakers The had some good run they some really strong teams and in with Williamson. With the New Orleans Pelicans, I know they want to add another they don't want to go like all small Wall. With Zion at the five all the time it's it's just went to work but I, think van Gundy's pasts and what he could do now with this roster, it's kind of exciting to think about the possibilities with the different ways in which they can use ion but most importantly though and again, this is like with all the coaching hires we talk about I am more interested in the personnel changes who they draft, who do they try to trade for? Who Do they try to sign I am WHO's coaching the team, but you know I'm excited to see if they're able to get. Zion, going and creative ways that they weren't able to do as much during the season despite his success he posted up a lot man I. WanNa see some more pick and roll with Zion I wanNA see some more creativity with him, handling the ball and running pick and roll, and that will largely come from other personnel changes that come to the roster that allow that to happen. But Hey, man SVG had success with some different types of teams in the past and I look forward to seeing what he can do here with him, and that team has a good roster they under performed badly. Made sometimes teams underperformed because you look at their roster and you go man aol have the goods like that team underperformed I. Think so too. I think of course it I mean look I mean Lonzo I think Lonzo hit one shot in the bubble well, even though they're young that defense was bad even though they had good individual defenders, they've jrue holiday one of the best perimeter guard defenders, Ingraham and Lonzo. They were good defenders of the Lakers. They were the last two years. They were good. They were not good defenders last season with New Orleans. And Zion I, mean he was horrific. He was so bad on defense. It was it was really sad to watch. This is the guy who is blocking three point shots closing out from the opposite side of the paint at Duke just a year prior, which is why people wonder how much of it was fatigue coming back but season how much of it was the injury limiting him how much of it was effort I? Don't know I don't know what it was but regardless. He stunk on defense, and all of this needs to change next season for this team to be anything that have any chance of actually getting into the playoffs it can't be all
"van it" Discussed on The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus
"I don't like. My all right. I think kind of a foreshadowing of David Lee Roth was going to go with like songs just a Gigolo and that type of stuff like. You've. When you Kinda hear the beginnings of that I think with ice cream man for sure. The criticism that always comes up ice cream. It's a blue song and Eddie van. Halen Solo is so not a blue soul. It's not even close to any kind of thing that any kind of blues player would play. So that was always been the sort of criticism enact Eric Clapton criticized him about that he can't play blues. But a is Van Hill and there is a track though right after this on fire. Played live since the last show by the original lineup which took place on September second one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, four. The reasons they think is because they can't may hit the vocal high notes anymore because they are super high and some points of the song. But it could justify heavy metal tag. Because of the way, the singing is and the way Eddie's rifts are. It is heavier than most of their songs. So especially when they're doing the part I'm on Phya. Sounds like it's coming sort of from like. Like the depths of hell sort of thing I think it's pretty cool. There's something about like this not being on the cassette version or something that I didn't look I heard something about that I was somebody can let us know if. That heard I heard that but I think it's a good song. Away with the Song Keith. A. Little Bit I think that it has been on some of the original prices but I don't know if it was added I. do think this song is probably learn more metal tunes of all time. It's really heavy compared to the rest of the album and arrested our library. It's really up there with a lot of like. Their heaviest tunes I mean right now drawn a blank one, hundred heavy but I mean, it's definitely attuned. That would be right there with the heaviest funds whatever ones are. Right I. You know like I mean they they did some serious stuff like mean streets, which is a kind of very kind of intense face not fun. You know more like kind of a serious kind of song. But they they never stray too far from that swagger and that sleaze you know they. Did until until semi Hagar took over. Then Sammy Hagar was all about to laugh love comes walking in. All. Right. Let's rank them before we get out of here. We're GONNA. We're we're about ready to wrap up. Hey, guys. If you want speaking of Great Guitar, you need a custom paint job on guitar. You need to get hold of wolves customs, online Tucker's thunder wolf dots and tell them that Lou Dini censure, and shot to Rock Ridge Radio Rock Ridge radio DOT COM we're going to rank these bad boys. What are we got? What's going to be number one guys. Running with. We're going in reverse order we go and what is eleven? Tracks has eleven. to Go ahead, I have got me as a number eleven. What is it? You really got me. While you like it that much Yeah. I'M GONNA. Go with for me like I said you could just tell my. Presence of ice cream. Minutes it's like it's a blues number. I'm just blew the where on me after a while I know everything's influenced by the blues but that one's just not. Strong. With that. So what's what's number ten number ten is on fire. What about Keith? Ma Number ten is still your love tonight. We're GONNA compromise. On fires going to be number ten, what's number? Nine eight talk about love what's Yours Kaethe? Little Dreamer number nine that's poppy number, but it's still poppy for me. I love that. Song. But yeah, I. Got You. I mean this just for you. Young folks out there just listen to the record because there's really nothing bad. We're ranking them but there's nothing like they're all. Good it's all good. Yeah. There's nothing horrible about the record I. Just think if you're going to rank them I. Got A lot going to start doing a little bit of limited. Process of elimination what's number eight my number it was actually little dreamer which your number eight. You really got me. I do like the eruption. You really got me kind of connection, but it's it's like it's a solid cover, but it's not great. What's number seven my number seven failure love tonight which your number seven. Monomer seven is. Jamie Shrine. Sorry overeating wrong. We're GONNA go with lilies on that one. We're all trying to alternate between the two of you guys. Okay. So super. What's number six? I'm the one. Name Talk. Talk about love is going to be number six. Okay for number five, atomic punk would he got? Atomic punk. The sixer in the Hawk meister. For once. Okay, what do we got for number four number four, Jamie's Cryan. which are number four On fire, it's it's just a rocker man. We already we already have. EXPECTED KICK KICKS ASS but we already picked it's A. Ones and left I'm the one eruption and running with the devil. My number three is ice cream in. Because I didn't take a okay. So, what do you got out of I'm the one eruption and running with the devil. As well, number three. Yeah. I have eruption it's great but I'm not a deterrent player. That's great I love it but it's still not like. It's only how long I mean it's just. What? What are we going to say? Okay. So that's down to. I'm the one in running with the devil has to be number one, number, one online and eruption was my number two. Run it with the devils not your number one I'm the one is your number one. I'm the one who's the most FM underrated van Halen. Ever. It's fucking awesome story by my language. It's awesome. It's what I listen to it. Today Istana Goosebumps Venom Tony that song it should have been the number one song under frigging record I'm telling you that song is so kick ass drop off like Nice Shuffle into that sort of like Acapella nocal- thing I mean that's shows a different side of that. Loss. That's a great song. That's the most underrated van Halen Song time that should be up here with any of the F. Jump I want to hear I'm the one. All right. There, you have it and they haven't and boom goes the dynamite on this other stuff I wanna do tonight because I thought we were going to need more time. So I came up with some other material, but we didn't need it. We jerked off on Van. Halen so hard like we we talk about this all day I'm sure. Yeah, we go all day. So these guys. Looney rock and roll circus. You WanNA LOMBARDI ROCKS DOT COM WE'RE GONNA continue the conversation can hang out for a little bit Keith. Okay Yeah we'll figure we're GONNA talk about next week we're going to start doing some stuff different. We're GONNA.
"van it" Discussed on The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus
"I wasn't a music head in seventy eight. The way I was in eighty two. I started really one something like that. They had never like four sway more satanic when semi an abandoned when love comes walking in mess burning and yeah man don't. Take, upstate and you think of inhaling I mean that's what I'm losing my religion even as you speak. that. The there's some very Michael Site. And I love Mike based on that it's got distortion. It's huge. You know I. It's absolutely everything about that is is crazy also. I you talk about not giving enough credit. How about? Alex snare sound he's got a very distinctive snare drum sound. You know he wasn't. Sound but he had his own thing. Yeah, it's called. It's called tape. Put on the tape on your job and let that thing just completely get the. and. Every kind of like anything sucked out of it and just play a big thick taped up snare and. Then, there's people around the same time. We're slightly before him cope when people like that than a rock and roll drum legends. They never shied away from the taper nearly based man I know as things go. You know later on experimentalism different sound. But I'm early Van, Halen records. Alex was definitely putting on some tape and a lot of dead and then go on record. So. So so it's it's a classic song and those background vocals just come in like. Before like the frigging beach boys I mean that is just insane harmony. On. That on that refrain run with a and they what's David Lee doing? I can't even do what he does because usually things that gruff register but he hits that like. Yeah. It's the same I was listening to it today because I was reviewing the album and I trying to like okay. Get single until he does that now. Dog Whistles. That's insane. Ted I. I've heard I've heard different stories about it. Yes they recorded it live but I also heard that Ted temperament did not. I've heard two different accounts I've heard that Ted compliment actually did not like David Lee Roth singing. And it was very hard for them to get him to sing in key. I don't know if that's true I've heard does there was a there was A. One of their former managers released like tell all book last year or maybe in two thousand, eighteen about them and really. Put some disparaging mentioned some disparaging things about David Lee Roth I duNno. Take that for what it's worth. So we interviewed him, we would never yeah we're GONNA have to interview them. On call let me get him on the phone our to send him. A picture of your boobs there will be no problem. Feel like I'm too old for him. Wow. So. Then what's the next song on the album guys? The next song is eruption. Amazing Instrumental Tar Solo by Eddie Van Halen also considered one of the Greatest Rock Guitar Solos of All Time Popula popularized the guitar tapping you guys were talking about earlier. And then it segues into the next song that we're GonNa talk about a minute. then. Those songs are often played together on the station's. Actually was the B side for running for the devil running with the devil. Yes. Running for the del Brennan with the dental. Running for the devil. It does start with a short intro with Alex drums and Michael Anthony on bass. The piece has been part of the stage. Since, as far back as nineteen seventy five, but it featured no tapping originally it was initially not going to be on the album. But tumble men overheard it in the studio and decided to add Eddie says he didn't play it right and every time he hears it he thinks he could have done better. Well, he says there's a mistake on it and I I want. One mistake is mistake on and it drives me crazy never gonna tell he's never gonNA. but I just I remember hearing that and going what the hell is this. Running with the devil didn't like already kind of like blow my mind. This was like Oh, my God I know where I got live twice and fighting and there were Qatar players. All through the seventy it, we're doing a lot of soloing Peter Frampton. Johnny Winner Rick Derringer Alvin Lee. These guys were like they were known for. Frank Marino they were all known for a long Solos and all kinds of stuff in their sets. But this this is like excuse me gentlemen. Let sit down in that chair right there and let me show you how it's done. And that was just like and get tired never been the same. As far as two hand tapping stuff goes I mean yes. Steve Hackett had from Genesis had experimented with it. But nobody did it the way Eddie did it? To create to create that that type of sound with as IOS and everything. and. Everybody wanted to do it after that and you mentioned Keith mentioned Vito Brata who was big to handicapper Steve Lynch. Autograph was a big to hand tapper who who, really you know capitalize on that technique. Your Lot. Lots of guys Keith. You want to weigh in on any of this. Yeah, you'd never see the video though. Talion, jazz player from Nineteen Fifty Ish late fifties who was doing that stuff on a big. Guitar two hand tapping killing it. That's funny because it's like so before Eddie, but he ever wondered that he he. Sometimes like really inventive kind of thing that everybody goes oh my God he was the first to do it or you know argue arguably this guy did it or whoever did it sometimes just a mistake man you just try things in your life. And it's something that's just leads something cool and you're like up at Jack and get A. Make sound different shut myself apart. So sometimes, things that became a trademark for somebody may not be there first pick, but it's something they've tried and succeeded Yeah. They were able to do something with it in a way that somebody else wasn't I have a podcast, go back about a year or so ago called why Eddie? Van. Halen may be the most important guitar player in the history of rock and roll and I discuss all of that stuff There was also the guitar player from canned heat who was famous for doing. Tapping on tapping on the net as well. But nobody did it I think I think one of the reasons why it works so well for Eddie was because of his sound that sound really kind of like allows the two hand tapping to kind of like kind of pop out without a lot of effort because using that gain and everything and you can. You can you have a lot of fluidity to to to be able to do that that because because of that that type of sound but that isn't all on there I mean he's also he was also famous for other techniques tremolo picking, and there's Tremolo picking all over eruption as well and people thought that was so insanely fast. Now when you fast forward in history a little bit and you hear people like Michael and Michelangelo Badio or even Steve I and these guys like that who really play like maybe seven times faster than Van Halen you know to us or our ears maybe the sound that fast. But at that time. That's what kicked off this sort of like nuclear arms race of Guitar. Who could play the fast? So you know you come, you come down to people like Jeff Watson and Brad Gillis from night ranger who are both amazing. Tarpley's both heavily influenced by Van Halen and it just captured.
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"van it" Discussed on Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson
"Out i and i died i is the most profound moment in my life that never the minimum life not even been napa pow experience i've seen a felt and nine times since then and this one particular time felt like i feel all the pain that i caused everybody that i've been experienced life caused panic felt the pain million and i it's just a tough guy a bad motherfucker sort of god of war in fucking disintegrated in private the and i never looked at people the same untreated them sane of sense and then that's close folk to experience anything they finally currently in every time we do the the different fans prepare for it taking you somewhere else and i don't i i feel i feel that i have a calling on my life i feel that's where i wanted to get in touch once you get in touch a debt there call them why do you feel like the who gave you that calling i had to see somebody i remember being a child and and i will always want to go in the backyard night and lie down on my back and look up at the stars like i said we didn't have streetlights larry every star and i be out there in a mom would see our opening a glass door the back door and she'd be anthony anthony anthony get in this house and say i'm praying mama branch because you can pray in your big house but there was just something i spell and i was probably like six seven i just felt the presence of god i felt that that was something i was supposed to do i i felt when i remember when i was a child they would they would show us a bobby kennedy and dr king and these guys and you forget like now they've been there for so long it's like like not that big of a deal but if you're born in sixty eight that's a year they were killed so when you're in kindergarten that's just five years ago now imagine somebody killed obama llama right now a child that was born that year five years later they've never they don't know so i remember this kidney patrick carmody and my kindergarten class asked my teacher jim is brown who was bobby kennedy she started crying like a baby and i never seen adult cry i didn't even really know the dealt could cry because they were used up crying so as i wo- and i asked my mom and she was stumbling around and words and stuff and i just felt again that those guys died the year i was born bobby kennedy was trying to do something positive positive for some reason it felt like i was supposed to take their but it's not rational because other kids heard the same thing same thing didn't they didn't do what i would do so all i can say is that my whole life i never had to guess what i was gonna do you always knew i was going to work for justice help people right and fight that was the two things i wanted to do i was too nerdy to fight but but in my mind i was preparing so there's a calling on my life i feel almost now like i said i have nothing left to prove i i've already gotten four presents in a role to do something positive that i believe that and the world is a shambles and all this stuff is happening is polarization i don't care what the republicans or democrats think ncua white or black thing i just want that's why i'm studying i there's a there's a prayer this trying to come through me that i've got to get myself completely cleaned out and able to channel so i can really find out what god wants me to do going forward okay yeah i can take that think that moveon you're the man now they fucking man thank you for coming here i appreciate it appreciate the opportunity and and let me back and like i said i'm i'm lily at a spiritual crossroads and i'm praying for god to give you my next set of directions orders and you know this has been powerful imagine i mean i mean we just met mike's step into my mother-in-law though he's awesome yeah i always he's love your perspective man he's corporate media sucks i have to say it's not it's not a public radio or stub oh by love stillwell up i love sesame street i love hotel i love mr rogers i love the electric company because TV morgan freeman electric company genie back any more yeah you think about it because TV we're gonna with like a wasteland like cartoon violence violence and cut cowboys they had these couple of shows i blew past him anything it was all violent and crazy and then they had a a couple of shows they said we're gonna use television for good yeah and that's in my heart i wanna use TV for good and so i appreciate it and they let the van jones show they call it sesame street for grown on people i tried to bring people together let me do the redemption project where i was showing people coming together who wanted committed a crime the other would have been the victim we brought them together incarceration inc podcast let me do so CNN keep letting me do it's ositive stuff screw that is tough because it's a very very negative media environment environment right now we gotta we gotta keep we keep our candle lit for so we'll keep doing it man spreading the truth thank you so often the support any way that we can support you worry hey listen i call on all forces people they couldn't do where they can find your which is good for them to do yes listen reform alliance dot com just go there you can sign up you're going to be a part of what we're doing proud to be a part of the cut fifty movement c. u. t. five zero dot org is also a great organization but the main thing is in your own life if you can give a job to somebody consider somebody who's formerly incarcerated considered somebody who's you know from a tough neighborhood if you you gotta school year running or program include people just because somebody did something guy call it that you probably did when you were in college don't leave him out over what the world needs more now is love we a amen yeah agree under the name bike yes great show beautiful episode hey everybody thank thank you so much for listening to this special episode of outbox my mother-in-law ray here 'cause she came to see the van jones people without the mandate people looking at you love that they got good genes FM jayme could people depot's also until next time everybody i'm ed in britain in that mike tyson we're out of here.
"van it" Discussed on Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson
"To school for three hours here you gotta go to class vocational hour our but you will work on our computers and stuff on cars and so this guy working on cars and now he has a job he doesn't like school you don't like to give you a job here yeah yeah give you enough school for you can graduate from high school and you keep your job here and now they're causing havoc working you don't school you play hooky all i'll give you hey louis in japan for instance in japan grace through the business you know what's the worst those radio companies and stuff from japan mm-hmm sony sony loose places they make deals with the school if you give me two hundred thousand good workers i promise them jobs jobs in america you don't make on you yeah born you don't do not fuck you fucked up the government government and the school system worked together and business and the government worked together and they live better ways if if you if you see every kid is your kid you have a totally different system than if you say oh well those kids their kids nobody says oh my kid's on drugs give him seventeen years in prison there's nobody cares about their own kit but your kid give him fifty years and so that's that's that's a spiritual crisis that's that's the human is the opposite of phenol phenol hope in us and but not by government not saying hoping we don't see hoping fell in i mean so they'll see you better hope in life you know what i mean filter desperate how does he bit her i gotta go school my mother wai di anyway they killed my father to kill the weather was how with alive then how do you feel about the more act marijuana opportunity reinvestment investment in expunged acting of twenty nineteen with them all look i'm a nerd i've never had a beer of never smoked a smoke marijuana what i've never interesting guy guys like i couldn't imagine living without their never had a simpler champagne never had a wind i never know so i can say as a complete nerd anti-drug nerd that i'm against the drug war because it doesn't work and you never been prosecuted like the more drugs at a country club yacht club ivy league school ask me how oh i know i know i've been all those places way more drugs in those contexts than in that on a street corner and the hood so now that they're making illegal marijuana i wanna every single person who is convicted of that it should just be wiped off the record and all the money coming in the tax money should be going back to those communities he's back to those individuals and helping them get on their feet and otherwise it's just another situation where black people created a market why people come and exploit it when we did it it was illegal they do it now it's legal and we did we did street the cops came and shut us down now the cops come to stop the people from freaking understood from still at it yeah i mean i've seen i've seen in my whole life you know i gotta get to work with prince i did all of his philanthropic work for about six years tat right yeah so he's a very interesting very interesting i am he saved my life man because you know when i worked for obama only worked there for about six months and then the right wing media came after me because i was a young militant and stuff and they're bringing back all the stuff from when i was younger it also making up stuff stuff you a young well did you do to make them think you're out of the marxist i was in a sweatshop so protesting doesn't everything i could i was every ist i could find that was against the system nationalist marxist anarchist any est because i was pissed off i was like man if you're in your early twenties i mean i mean i mean we in the eighty s when public enemy and spike lee and NWF came out so they put it in our mind that we need to stand up for ourselves then we get into the nineties we finally get rid of reagan and bush we got clinton and clinton's worst dropping all these terrible beal bills against us and he has a brainwashed she had planned has more black people brainwashed -lica- man true yeah mine is well all the whole sick click all of them look i appreciate appreciate it bill clinton more after he was president when he was doing he does get credit for afterwards he when he was doing the clinton global initiative and raising millions of dollars and helping people around the world but when he was president he was weak on affirmative action week on welfare week on anything black week on criminal justice and so i was mad and i was i felt like my parents lied to me dad had been military and you know living justice for all and all this type of stuff and i i'm at this law school and i can't and can look down this street to the university and see kids buck wild who are going to be senators and i can look down this street in new haven to housing project and kids who are doing less bad stuff going to be in prison i don't say it's my dad li- jimmy this whole systems light to me so i was as i was on the left side of pluto i i was i was considered a left wing radical didn't lie to you he was just told you information he was fed right exactly these just passing a law but you know so when i was in so as i was considered a left wing radical in the bay area you have to work hard to be considered left wing radical in san francisco berkeley and oakland but that's what i yeah but that's where that came from i was in all of that in my twenties thirties burned out because it was just too many protests too many too how many funerals with community kids and i work with her work here about in caskets and grown people with gray hair sitting in the pews he's like the opposite how it's supposed to be and we're just banging their heads against the wall and i couldn't see how we could make a difference so i burned out and i decided to try and do something more positive for the community community bringing jobs and we just pass all of these solar bills and stuff in california so i'll say why don't we get these kids on the street corner jobs putting up the solar panels solar solar panels on put themselves up and people ordering all these solar panels and they'd taken three months six months nine months because nobody knows how to put him up so i got the city of oakland to start a program called the green jobs corps to train these kids to put up solar panels nancy pelosi found out about it she just become speaker of the house of first time she said bring van jones washington DC nobody has a local activist to talk to all of my democratic congress members about this idea george w bush then signs a a bill called the green jobs act to spread my little program oaken all across the country that's two thousand seven two thousand eight i wrote a book about the book became a bestseller people on barack rock obama's team read the book two thousand i'm in the white house so i go from being a frontline grassroots activists in a two year period to being in the white house so so the when the right wing media could just do mr f the police mr suen cops mr zito down with the system is now in the white house this is not gonna work so then so i said so prince saved my life because my left the obama white house he picked me up how do you perceive that you see that often your hard work you think that because you work hard anything no i know what you think do you think he would grind and working on it felt like i like all of a sudden i was like walking down the street and i put my breath foot down on what i thought was the ashfall and it was like a magic carpet and it just took off and all of a sudden i'm in places i've never been i'm seeing people would never thought i would meet i don't know i know this is not even the fifties now way wow that's your that's your mission figure all this stuff y should going on not gonna stop get out i'm i'm thinking to it i'm thinking if i came in here for years ago they decided the big issue to the fucking jail come we'll be back then so we get a gift that's what the sean sean and that does sound jewish to me i'm sure he's talking about the tone venom and stuff what are you talking about you can't do what kinda shit you talk about you can't go into doing whatever it's right here and if he's thinking mike way to the show and he likes to stay in a crack pipe he told them komo because i'm a drug of fucking afficionado and smoke go.
"van it" Discussed on Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson
"I hate bullies i hate when somebody has power and abuses it i hate to see anybody being mistreated needed and it doesn't feel like a choice to me is just like almost automatic reaction try and do something and so i've just been my whole life fighting for really for other people well maybe for my own glory and stuff but at the same time i know if i was just after the glory be allowed more famous i'm only just famous enough to be able to fight my fight that's what you think now this all from your perception yes sir what do you think i think you're more famous thank your sir egos bigger than you think you is to think more famous than you think you are would you don't think of that thing that's really weird well i mean i work with cooper JD like these guys are like legends drew level what did you just say what did you say you say that i work with legend that's it you don't work with the militia equal they may not think the the while they're talking to you why are you talking to them why are you talking to me i'm real happy to be talking to you passing you talk to all those big shots now whatever insecure that have i don't have no more could i talk to you to make those big shots you the biggest big shot there but that's that's that's the most insecure people in the world the most powerful ones remember that they'll say whatever you know how can you not be secure for the security the positioning jan you imposition of that position we can never be security and opposition yeah there's always somebody in for true how can you be secured gun for you we know that's not a secure position to be like an easy hit the crown or whatever it is crown shakespeare stuff yeah oh podcast board difficult we can we think about what who the everything but who's the first few whatever the first man the oldest minute four point four billion years old way lucy so four point four million years with the first you'll eat thank thank you thank you thank you thank you african what do you think you were on goalie with you thank you were the first year four point four million years ago the first male your sperm i think what you think you would think you would have asked the africa but then they found a country under turkey nine thousand years old got to rewrite history what do we know how do you rewrite history when you find something something of a problem like that idea or no anything we know if somebody told you don't even know how old you you'll you'll oh you're fifty one to fifty one do you see you said i'm fifty three so i'm fifty three he said i was born in one thousand nine hundred sixty six AD eighty three point nine didn't get no information from nowhere i didn't do no research the research i did find out that this guy told me how old i was feminazi anything anything about myself that what i do know that became champa do this but that's what i know after that i don't know anything about nothing dan about me from another planet and we were plenty i don't know i don't know anything what do you know less than i thought the i mean i know everybody's trying to figure out the war what's the key what's the magic key and somebody told me for black people fit the answer is so so simple but for black people have to be complicated have to be real complex to be the answer if it's right in front of you can't be the answer the after everything's really so easy leads because it's so easy can never figure it out so intellectual have to be from a pack and to let uh-huh that we can't pin nici man i i'm glad i'm glad glad to meet you guys i mean i think you're doing something would you rate them i wrote down bipartisan because i want to make sure to underscore that republicans are doing doing some good things i feel like you know the so polarized that you know we we don't want to give the other side credit when they're right when they're wrong and listen to this is we don't agree about rum and that's democracy you will you disagree you're supposed to fight democracy you're not supposed to agree dictatorship you have to agree democracy means you can have your opinion you can have yours you can have yours but when we disagree we're supposed to fight where we do agree we're supposed to work together and we stopped doing that it's always wherever my point that out and then i wrote down my son just want to make sure to give him some credit again anybody work with a dictator i don't think official ever be a dictator as you think i should be illegal agree no one should be a dictator in our country it is illegal but still we have while still listen napoleon pulling fed this to his mother they're always became even if they go by different names and that's what it is trump is running this country like king and that's just what it he feels like a king and people treat them like a king though he lives like a king and people love it 'cause everybody wants to be a king thick mine you know anybody think the king the own world believe it or not i mean even my wife the both of my belief in king i believe on the king title a great quote by napoleon then what do you see i mean i know criminal justice reform is going to be huge in this coming election i have a real problem with you tell me you know better than me but why why is joe biden still up there on hundred they gotta go trump that's a definite because these don't against trump nope listening he could start far in and still go against trump could that's where this is going to be one of the face off against trump the democratic party just just wait loses my face isn't that one time that's the guy's face trump i don't know if it's not it's i know the establishment really wanted to be biting and i and establishment yeah fuck this guy sorry well first of all from a criminal justice perspective wasn't he part of was it the clinton he did the ninety four crime bill yes exactly he's just an oracle and we just the following orders second man he's seems incredibly out of touch and very creepy in this is not a guy that i'm interested in having his my leader our leaders should be fucking passionate that's why we have trump you know i you know see what you will when i read that about you working with him and him working to get seven thousand signing ability at seven thousand people and more correct and that was huge and you know i mean it didn't necessarily clean the slate for donald trump at all but that that says a lot about the direction of keeping my my frame of mind 'cause i was one of those guys before and i've been able to guide their leading out damage people but but i do see differently because there are some people come home with the who've had challenges but usually by spirits has been the people who blew majority people coming home they really want to land on their feet and do well and we've got to do a better job give place from brownsville brooklyn okay yeah yeah and this is what i know what is it they call the return rate reciprocal rate what a very high sixty seven PM from brownsville brooklyn man it must be eighty percent not more hello everybody i know that's been locked up at been repeat offended me all my friends are all in jail now dead strung out on drugs very very few of them are you saying that we need to make sure that the program when they come home they land on their feet you're not saying leave him in there forever you see them when they come home yeah yeah well i'm a stay need i'll rumble because they helped me is no helps graham yeah in what types of things like outlook program you have to go before you find a job you have to get a skill for the job you have to be able to to have almost like hospitality talapity skills to take care of yourself in the workplace i think we've just been a lot more time i think we should we should put a lot in along with workers you come out of prison talking to people crazy now now you gotta go in the workplace what did you say you have to be very careful after talking to somebody that you say to somebody that did twentieth improvement is all by respecting hi there talk to it's just a different world you can't fuck off dude you're different after the biggest this respect he told me to fuck off you know you got to change in their minds but before we get in the workplace i think as much time and energy that we spend building up these prisons with like if people up one hundred and forty thousand dollars per year per young person locked up you could send to kids to iraq so i would say is now take that same amount of inner keep that same energy energy put fewer people in make sure when they come home they do have those kind of programs and we'll be alright the problem is that we spent so much time and energy damaging people and then we don't wanna it's been any money when they come home do these guys imprint and they making these places they making these things in these the people who are making them for they should make it possible for we i need guys get out after making all that money for our company they should be able to be phil alive i don't know the proper were say rehabilitated transform transform live at different man i know what they do behind in offering you can i say i say i say bring them home and keep that same same energy to make sure they come home in the right way absolutely thing humble wants to bring them home to their daily let's go but what are you gonna do allying out of the cave twenty years it let him go into population i like i said you and i agree that way people come home should matter and we for the moment somebody goes in and you know i wish that few people were going we should be thinking about that they come home and every single day should be supported it right now nobody makes money when the people go home and do well they make money when people come and go and they come back return customers and what we've gotta do we got changes financial incentive i i wanna warden to be rewarded i was listening of all these five six people they leave on friday and they come back on monday with their best friends your fire if they leave on friday and they stay gone for three years and they've been productive we'll give you a million dollars because you just saved us so much money in other words you should you should get a reward for every person leave your prison and does a good job now every day you're in my presence i'm doing yoga which you teach you how to what i mean because somebody come back into my pocket there's no financial incentive to make a good job that's america i looked at fee i watched this program about student thank you saying germany you're young kids sixteen fifteen folks glut wanna go to school raid i wanna smoke we not the police the government takes you oh and we train you to work on BMW mercedes benz and work with the everything you only go.
"van it" Discussed on Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson
"Women and nobody i'm not my wife makes me makes me no i'm a man makes me remember mammalian animal excuse me she to third consistence deneen just didn't in this over being close to her now thought i l. is crazy like you know there's this little tiny gestures nothing really going on now look over and you just touched her hand or you like leaned over twitter whatever to put your head on our show them this is like the most fearsome no it's just you know i knew my married my wife and i been married for ten years i know my wife and when she was eighteen yeah and so we have we have interesting relationship and during my relationship many times and i still want to do that anymore i won't say the enlightened that i've learned a few things over the years of pain anymore god if he looks bad till he always good awesome is awesome it's awesome of be here with you mike automobile it's you man you know to watch your growth and your evolution over the last couple years tomase into eighth lent went on i'm not i know i know human beings are not meant to be humbled they meant to be humbled you know we we have to learn to be humble you know because mm-hmm we have to know that you know sometimes when we look at anthony my wife when they will watch him play his baseball game look at these hands and all these answer and it's about the time of the season where they die so by now they've done everything within the summer they've done everything within two months whatever summer is then we can do in a lifetime may and then if they wanted if jeff think we're watching him i wonder who's watching us i think i have to be watching us like we watch anything because we're we're great but would not that significant -nificant yet faith all those aunt died the world would die of all the birth of all the trees the world would die if all of us die door with flourish we're not that hot shit you know we're not really hot shit i i look at my eagle and i wish i could shoot muscle often the head sometimes i think so many great teams and my garden all this shit and then i have to go and take my son to beth baseball game the.
The Devil's Chord: Satanism in Music
"A look into my eyes. You will see who are my name is Lucifer. Please take my hand. Those lyrics from a song called neighb- recorded by Black Sabbath in one thousand nine hundred seventy hi I'm FAO Hsun and today. We'll talk about satanism. In Popular American Music Wikipedia Satanism page states the following prior to the public practice satanism existed primarily as an accusation by various Christian groups toward perceived ideological opponents rather than a self identity religious studies scholars say that the very definition initiative the term has a history of being designation made by people against those whom they dislike. It is a term used for uttering and in the Bible Satan and the word was used as an ordinary noun. Meaning the adversary the terms satanism and Satanist I appear in English and French during the sixteenth century and Satanism didn't become an official religion until nineteen sixty six when the Church of Satan was established by Anton Levay besides being being a philosopher and occultist Levy was a musician who played multiple instruments including the Oregon in addition to his infamous satanic mass album. Other other albums would be released by levay in the nineties. This leveraging of music by the very person who established the Church of Satan made historical sense in context particularly Italy regarding art and entertainment where the concept of Satan has long been used as a symbol of expression. Many classical compositions were said to be vehicle for the the devil particularly due to the use of a specific combination of notes. A unique cord within music itself that was associated with evil. Known as the Devil's record the notes when played together has many other names including Diablo's in New Jersey. GotTa Latin for Devil and music or the devil's interval. The Tri tone the tree and the Flathead v basically. It's a combination of notes that when played together in accord become the musical equivalent of the Hebrew. GBD'S ABC's the court can be found in compositions from Beethoven and Wagner and even jazz composition such as the girl from EPA Nima and the Song Maria from West aside story fender dot com actually gives budding guitarists a tutorial on how to create the devils cord and it serves as a great description of what it is so our read it quote in simple terms tripod or yod is a fifth played. One Fret down to play of latiff with a G.. Power Cord place so your first finger on the third fred of the low e string. That's the root note or the G.. Now put your third finger to frets up on the fifth fret of with the a string. That's the fifth in this case the D. to complete the power cord placed your fourth finger next to your third finger on the next ring over the the destroying. That's the octave of the root note. Another G. strummed together. These three strings create a pleasant sounding. Chord G. D. G.. But but if you take your second finger and played a frat down as a D. Flatt instead of a d. it creates a flat. V when played after the I G or plucked slowly in a g root note G Octave d flat flat v Progression. It creates a dissonant or ugly tone especially with distortion and that that is the devils cord in their infancy. The genres of Blues and Jazz were routinely referred to as the Devil's music partially due to the innate rebellion within the sound and the lyrics themselves but also partially due to an institutionally dehumanized regard of black musicians and black people. In general neural. The devils cord first appeared in rock music when Jimi Hendrix used it in the opening of his classic Song Purple Haze it would later become a staple in the repertoire are black Sabbath. Who are cited as one of the pioneering bands of the heavy metal genre and it would be heavy metal that took the devils cord and ran like a bat out of hell? Oh with it with numerous metal bands. Such as Metallica slipknot and slayer who even named their nineteen ninety eight album. Diab Bula Sin Musica but it was black black Sabbath perhaps more than any other modern band that may the devils core part of American mainstream music the band which like every rock band at at the time was originally rooted in Blues. They first called themselves the Polka Tall Blues Band and then later they call themselves earth it was the latter name Earth Earth that presented a challenge as it was being used by another English group at the same time they were also inspired by nine hundred sixty three horror film called black Sabbath. That started the legendary Boris Karloff. They saw that a local horror movie. Theatre had a line of people waiting to buy tickets and intrigued by the appeal of this type of content. They went ahead head and wrote a song also titled Black Sabbath. The lyrics were based on a horror story and a nightmare. One of the members of the band had these horror movie lyrics combined with the foreboding introduced by the devils core helped the band create an unprecedented experience in music. According to Wikipedia the new sound was a a quote stark contrast to the popular music of the late nineteen sixties which was dominated by a flower power folk music and Hippie culture and an attempt at creating the musical equivalent of horror films and quote the commercial success of this new sound came despite being initially critically panned hand along with marketing stunts such as releasing titles on Friday the thirteen and recording music in dungeons it was clear. The dark side and music was connecting connecting with audiences it would be black Sabbath commercial embrace of the devils cord along with horror and demonic symbolism and themes that influenced every metal act that followed and laid the groundwork for every sub genre from the blackest and truly demonic to grunge to popular bands such as Nirvana van Halen soundgarden and Marilyn Manson
"van it" Discussed on Heavyweight
"Hi this is Jonathan Goldstein. Speaking hold on I'm GonNa hand the phone to my mother is John Okay Hello Hi Mrs Bailey Fan Fan I hope I can be out but I don't know if I can then second wife Barbara is now ninety three and she experienced the vans life differently than his daughters around the time of Katrina Barbara was almost eighty she was scared and wanted to leave New Orleans but couldn't get van leave with her Katrina was just terrible I couldn't handle van he was ill and had to be helped in and out of the bid and everything and Debbie was doing that and so I couldn't take him I wanted to leave I wanted to evacuate and they didn't want evacuate and I couldn't I couldn't take they wouldn't go with me to my brothers and they were just GonNa stay there and of course they got caught in the end Vancouver even be buried all the cemeteries in New Orleans were flooded and it was a mess you know there was a lot of Katrina that we wish didn't happen most fans keepsakes were destroyed in the hurricane so while Beverly's family has letters and photographs vans family has nothing thing the record of his inner life is rapidly disappearing I asked Barbara if the name Beverley means anything to her I remember the names a hearing a lot about vans live with the paper Barbara Mary Van Nineteen Eighty van was sixty years old well we met my daughter Becca and His daughter Debbie were friends. Okay now we even a party and Debbie said would I invite her daddy and so I did this is my favorite story how would you describe the courtship I guess you'd say okay you know.
"van it" Discussed on Heavyweight
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"van it" Discussed on Heavyweight
"Ashley visited beverly a few months before she died because she knew it always lifted her grandmother's spirits she asked after van she said that she hadn't heard from him in while and told her that she should call him and she refused and her explain to me at the time is that women don't call men and I thought it was a joke but she was serious and she never called him beverly van never okay again and later that year beverly died so Ashley has left the burden of her grandmother's tale of what never was and now she wants to know if somewhere out there there are people who share that sense of loss over a thing that never existed she wants to find out if the same way beverly's family had N. Vans family had beverly did they hear about us do you know what I mean like worries important was was my grandmother as important and like van stories or not what would that what would that bring I think I think it would mean that that the that she meant something you know that her life wasn't this kind of sad struggle but that she had a bigger life than the life that I saw that she was like really loved.
"van it" Discussed on Heavyweight
"In this episode of heavyweight is brought to you by the makers of Hillshire farm lunch meat they Hillshire farm brand is dedicated to preparing high-quality lunch meats when he called me when van call not in after it was sort of like St Louis back and in the good old days like she was on a I'm not pain on a date with him but maybe like that she normally talked to him at least once a month they would joke they would have conversations for hours if they wanted to over Dan your Mother didn't marry at that point well okay these things did not happen same time my father didn't die till mother was in her sixties.
"van it" Discussed on Heavyweight
"Evidently Ashley's not the only one who didn't buy the whole platonic routine here she is reading from the transcript again none of my friends are family could understand how two people could see so much of each other and not be a hot romance everyone in the newsroom tease them constance flay van zone mother was so eager for her son to propose to beverly that she gave him an heirloom diamond ring to present to her but van never did present the ring to Beverly he proposed to someone else after the engagement was announced when Evan's close friends Dick approached beverly conspiratorially when band came engaged to his first wife Francis Dick Cornered me one night and told me that all I had to do was quote say the word and the engagement would be Off But beverly never did say the word poor deck beverly said he never could understand my vans relationship not long afterwards beverly also became engaged so she got a proposal from from Ashley struggles to remember the name and I'm taken aback because the name is in fact that of her own grandfather the a man named Llewellyn Ken it's funny that that's hard for remember he's from like a fancy family Alabama and she said yes growing up I never heard stories of this guy of my grandfather like from grandmother nothing nothing good nothing bad just like he was a ghost the grandkids grew up knowing nothing about their grandfather but everything about van Dan who had no role in the family Ashley's older brother Loyd remembers finding it all very confusing as a kid I remember her talking about van and and being like confused about whether van was gams my grandfather like as if van was games at a younger age because name had been van earlier it wasn't until age five Lloyd discovered he even had a grandfather family never saw the Wellin- he was always in his room on a visit Beverly's house Lloyd and his younger brother spotted figure shuffling through a dimly lit hallway so the the like who is that man terrified Lloyd tried to tell his mother when he'd Seen My mother sat down like emberley and she was like that here that's in grandfather would you like to go and meet him Lloyd did not want to go meet him while their mother ushered him and his baby brother into the bedroom where the man sat dozing in a chair. Lloyd's mother Najd Lloyd forward until he was almost up again assist grandfather's knees and touch on the shoulder and daddy and his eyes open up and she said daddy I want you to meet your grandson and he he pays them on disoriented I mean looks out for like for some seconds and he says when you get older you need to go to Argentina the most beautiful.
"van it" Discussed on Heavyweight
"Eh from Gimblett media I'm Jonathan Goldstein and this is heavyweight today's episode code beverly and Van.
"van it" Discussed on Heavyweight
"Ashley comes to me with a love story it begins like something straight out of the movies a young woman meets a young man the sheriff I kiss they pledged their love but then they marry other people and live out their days apart then they die hi and the credits roll Ashley has never stopped wondering about this couple and why they never received their happily ever after ending this is because the young woman the story was Beverley Cole on and she was Ashley's grandmother Ashley Santa Grandmother were close actually called her by affectionate nickname so she was a Mama Mama Mama you called her you're matt among memo we call them our Mama like with the W at the end in the evenings mammo and Ashley watch jeopardy together shouting their guesses at the TV during commercials they pressed Mute and quietly read for Ashley Everything Her grandmother did was imbued with a certain glamour she would roll her hair every evening and I woke up really early as a kid and I would help her take her pins out of her hair she was so cool I wanted to know everything about her so they'd spend a lot of time talking about movies the family and boys for Ashley This meant sharing stories about her different crushes but for beverly it only ever met talking about one person this man named van when she would call him van or my van Beverly's life had been a hard one ashley knew her as a widow but before then she'd been trapped in an unhappy marriage raising five kids essentially on her own she was a serious woman not give into sentimentality who when she spoke fans name her face would light up she met van in New Orleans in the late nineteen thirties. The two worked at the local newspaper Van was a salesman beverly and entertainment reporter when she talked about those days no matter how big the stars in the story she told it was always fan who took center stage and it was clear that like she kind of set up the stories so that we would ask about him because you know when someone tells you a story and you know that they're really into it and they wanted talent more yeah she wants you wanted to talk about him yeah.
"van it" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Stan Van Gundy in with us as he is Wednesdays during basketball season, we will get to his hot nuggets is hot basketball nuggets in your face in a second. But let's go around the room, and guests, you guys have a theory or a guess on where STAN Van Gundy side in the Kyrie Irving debate. Where Murray's going for fifty at the end of the game all of a sudden Kyrie's flipping out about unwritten rules, and that you're not allowed to shoot. When the other team's not playing defense it guys trying to get to fifty do. We have some predictions here before I go to STAN Van Gundy on what STAN Van Gundy opinion is going to be on this. He's not happy with Kyrie not happy with Kyrie. Why just because you can't be throwing balls into the stands? Okay. Do you have a theory here on which way, this is going to go? We did this on Instagram live. So I'm going to recuse myself. Okay. Mike Ryan, what about you? Both are. Wrong. Both are wrong both of the players Murray. And Kyrie Irving are wrong. That's my take that his that's going to be his take ROY. Do. You have a do. You have a guest. Yeah. He's going to side with Kyrie. Don't try to run up the score me. He's gonna crush all Murray. All right. So that we've got every option is taken. Let's see which one stand. Choose not every option someone wanting to say, he's not gonna have a problem with it. It's cool across the board. All right. Well, that's another one of the options. Alright stan. So which is it. Well, look, I mean Jamal Murray maybe shouldn't have taken the shot. But I don't like people crying about you know, guys running up the score and things like that. What kyri should have been upset about is that Jamal Murray got forty eight on him. And if they got their butts kicked, that's what should have upsetting the rest of that stuff is stuff. I'd never complained about Bobby Bowden. I think said it best when he was at Florida state the responsibility for not getting the score run up on. You is the team that's getting beat. Well, it's so strange. Kyrie Irving is reacting like an old person. Isn't he twenty six? Well, he's look he's frustrated. I get it. You know, everybody on that team. Anybody would be you know, you got beaten. You're good team in Boston season hasn't gotten off to his great start as you know. Like, you thought it would then you're getting beaten and the guy had a great game against you. You're frustrated. That's all it was. So I don't read too much into it. But you know, look he shouldn't have shot it but come on. I mean, that's not the issue. The issue is we got to play better in and get a win. Stan you say he shouldn't have shot. But why not? I mean, it's Jamal Murray hasn't had much to be happy about over the last couple of years what I'm trying to get his fifty. I mean, why not get fifty? I mean, look again, I wouldn't have if I was on the other side, I wouldn't have any complaints. But I would if that were my guy walking off the court, I wouldn't make a huge deal about it. I would just say look, that's just something. You don't do in that situation Dez Bryant has signed a one year contract with the saints Dez Bryant is going to be a Saint. But we segue seamlessly from that putting STAN van Gundy's nuggets in.
"van it" Discussed on Kristi Lee Uninterrupted
"It you know because i was pumped to meet him because what's something happened because he was actually like bringing out the person to sing a song with him and i was so excited to do that like so excited and then i think something happened like a couple of weeks before somebody probably didn't know the song we've probably somebody did some yeah yeah all right all right in that anymore and so but but the truth is i did not get a meet him that day he he was his manager wasn't there as daytoday guy wasn't there so he was kind of a little busy and we just didn't get an opportunity to meet and their sound i mean their soundcheck ran over it was is kind of one of those days you know does he do his own soundcheck yeah oh yeah he actually i was super impressed with that because a lot of guys don't guys just roll him but i don't know what had happened i don't know if something i don't know if he does it every time but that day he was out there singing because when we were pulling in as signed ghazi he's missing he's he's really out there was he making up lyrics to songs or was he actually singing a song that's the other thing i love seeing sound checks where the guys are screwing around having fun you ever do that oh yeah all the time and i'm like oh my gosh almost recording that that's gonna come back and help me no i mean that's the most fun time i mean because you only get a little bit you know you're riding around in the bus the whole time you're riding around earned van it's the glamour and glitz of it is his not you only get like a couple hours to get up there on stage and that's the phone board that's the magic gear so anytime you can make the most of it soundcheck i don't let me i don't mind getting back to the whole kenny chesney thing i think a lot of people are really have a.
"van it" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"You know it's you know the the players young or we were on the road oh door in oh the recruiting classes is is this now by recruiting clad riot it's a lot easier to throw out those excuses that are builtin to the situation and it is in the process you lose in a prose is because you lost and then the last one is you know what you can sit in new orleans and covet tom brady all day but you can't have him but in college you every year you can go gm yourself and recruit an end may be fine the next whomever you know and then that that's appealing like you're not you're nuts you don't have a death sentence if you just are recruiting in recruiting and recruiting and just and maybe you know one kid says you know yeah either myongchol went here or no i want to stay at home or i want to you don't make a name for this programme and and be the guy and i mean there's this there's a lot of different levels for it but you know they're tooth flavors of ice cream and the guy's a coach and the pros and do well for a long time that is football football and football and the rest of the stuff they got no interest in the two bills thirty for thirty on espn drops two nights if i'm gonna watch it live but mdot though that bad boy as issa oj anna ralph wilson now it's bill bellichik and bill parcells i'd no dick van it's awkward issue of i are you of their base in down at the table supposedly they got about three and a half hours a conversation out of those guys who've you're not gonna get three and a half hours marked a trader for each other so how how did that hold well okay it's a show worked out par cells had bella check on his staff when he's greg giants that's and from what i understand just you know reading about this upcoming espn thirty for thirty you know is literally call the two bills go bell chicken bill parcells uh that uh bill parcells this might be a surprise to you bill parcells was really really hard on bill bellichik of course it's no surprise is build build parts fell swiss art and everybody except for lars taylor so um uh your bill bill bellichik image just you know.