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Politicians, celebrities attend 2021 inauguration
"Our nation's capital now in place of the inaugural balls last night, President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamila Harris each made appearances at the Lincoln Memorial as part of a televised TV concert. Here's Mr Biden, emphasizing his inaugural message. Of Unity, America, building of decency and spilled of decency and dignity of love and healing. Greatness and goodness of possibilities. As for the show, Matt Wolf reports another boss was there. Grab your ticket against the backdrop of the Lincoln Memorial, Bruce Springsteen kicking off the celebrating America inauguration special with land of Hope and dreams Wednesday night after day that saw the swearing in of President Joe Biden and vice President Kamila Harris hosted by Tom Hanks. Other performers included Tyler Hubbard and Tim McGraw. Foo Fighters, Jon Bon Jovi and Katy Perry closed it out with fireworks along with the specs. Tacular fireworks display over the U. S. Capitol. Find family Watch those fireworks from a White House balcony with the Biden grandchildren dancing and clapping. They attended his inauguration and former presidents Obama, Bush and Clinton honored President Biden last night with a joint recorded message played at that concert. Here's Mr Biden's former boss. I'm proud of you on do you and Carmela, I need to know that you've got all of us here. Rooting for your success keeping you in our prayers, and George W. Bush echoed the words in the letter. His father, the late George H. W. Bush, left for Bill Clinton, telling Biden. Your success is our country's success. And former President Trump turns out left President Biden and note that you wrote a very generous letter. I have because it was private. I will Talk about it, So I talked to him, but I was generous. Yeah, there are plenty means around this morning filling in the blanks. Amid the celebrations, President Biden sign more than 15 executive actions, including one requiring masks and physical distancing on federal property attend this morning. President Biden attends a virtual inaugural player prayer, then signs more executive actions. This as lawmakers work on his nominations, with Senate already confirming Averil Haynes to serve as director of national intelligence. Here's Senator Mark Warner, the top Democrat on the Senate Intelligence Committee. On this vote, the ayes are 84. The nays are 10. Nomination is confirmed. Under the previous order. The motion to reconsider is considered made and laid upon the table and the president will be immediately notified of the Senate's action. Haines was a deputy CIA director in the
Nurse shares her experience treating COVID-19 patients in Miami and Los Angeles
"L. A county became the first in the nation to hit more than one million cases since the beginning of the pandemic. I see you. Availability remains at 0% at most hospitals. Cherie Perry Smith is a traveling ICU nurse who arrived in L a last week and she stationed at Martin Luther King Jr Community Hospital in south L. A, and she recovered from having Cove it back in October. Welcome to press play, Cherie and Welcome to L A. Thank you, Madeline. Thank you for having me. Well, it's great to have you and this is your fourth station for covert treatment. I believe you were in Atlanta. Miami in Texas. How does the situation in l A compared to those cities? It's really rough. It was probably most comparable to Miami. Honestly, um, is, um I see you capacity is just it's beyond capacity. Um you know him, Okay. It was a 10 bed. I see you, and then it was expanded to 20. And now there are 35. We're still expanding. So it serves a community of 1.8 million in Compton. So it's It's really hard and Nations are The communities being Rod's very heavily. So it reminded me of a lot of Miami. Just limited resource is and people coming in really late in coming in. Really, really Siddiq. Oh, right, because they're putting off treatment because they know that there's very little capacity, right? Right. So people are coming in already, you know, with Multiple organ systems failing. Wow. So when you're comparing it to Miami, what do you mean by that? Take us back to the Miami days and what it looked like I was in Miami over the summer, and that's actually where o'clock clothing on while I was there. I mean, I didn't cover till October, but it was in Miami. It was it was like working. The ICU is normally pretty stable, like you is not like working in the ER. So when I've been er nurse, too, but I preferred ICU because it's always controlled. There's this uncontrolled is done stable, multiple cold's going off with multiple patients. It's a war zone on DATs. What Miami felt like and L a certainly Was very reminiscent of that period of time in my career where the patients are so unpredictable, and it's just when you have multiple people coding at the same time. It's very hard to give them the resources they need, because you're stretched very thin. And so that is what you're seeing now in L. A All right, um, lovely. We have PPE here, Which is my blessing. Just because Miami we were given one gown for patient per day. I was in one in 95 masks for three weeks. I get on in 95 mask every time I come on shift, so I'm grateful for that here, and I can use gowns one time and one time out. I'm grateful that you know people have generously donated to this hospital on we have peopie. But the patients are very, very stick. You know, we have patients in their thirties there. We have mothers. We have fathers. We have just people and it's really sad. You're on zoom calls, and they're saying goodbye and It's very hard. Were you expecting that? MLK has been on CNN. They've been told it the epicenter of the epicenter in L. A On. Guy knew all this going into the assignment, but I think because I had been in Atlanta for a little bit, and that's home. I kind of got used tol like, you know the stability of working in a stable covert unit again and So I was a little triggered when I got here. I had to take a moment to kind of be compressed because, um It took me time, you know, especially after having cold it, you know, to see those patients like that, cause I certainly thought that could have been me too, too. So, um my first night was rough. Umm Cold's going off and I looked like I was, um, orientation precept. It was amazing. All the nurses and staff physicians are amazing at the hospital it working so hard and Even stretched so thin that they said they sent in the National Guard to help us as well. So it's The first night I had to take a moment of my precept and say, Hey, I just need to take a breather. Get out my Mass because I felt those flashbacks coming back from working in Miami and And so many people die in a day. You know, it's really hard. Yeah, it really is. Especially since as you say, we saw these images you know, on the news from Miami over the summer and in other cities as well, New York, Of course in the spring. And yet, here we are. Almost a year into it. You hit the nail on the head. You know, it's like you think you're prepared and you never are. You know, I remember Washington when it was happening December in China, And then I watched in Italy and I watched the New York and Hey, And here we are, Like you said, a year out coming up on one year and and there's no break. It's just you feel like you don't get any respite. No. No rest from from the chaos and I mean, we're even in Texas. When I was in Texas. They had a mobile morgue Did er there? And, um You know, it's and I'm hoping with the vaccines rolling out, you know things will we kind of get herd immunity, But even nurses, there's physician. There's people that are very skeptical about it. And I've had both of my doses now, but I think that that's gonna be a problem with getting the pandemic under control is the apprehension to give back to native Can you explain that to me
Critics' Choice Awards 2021: The Complete List of TV Nominations
"Series lead the pack of TV nominations for the 26th annual critics, Choice Awards Ozark and the Crown, both earning six nominations. Each is up for best drama series. Also nominated for the top prize drama prize. That is better call Saul. The Good Fight The Man DeLorean. This is US Lovecraft Country and Perry Mason Critics Choice Awards will be presented here in Los Angeles area in some form or another because of covert on March 7th. British choice of film nominations will be announced on February 7th
Plaid plans European hiring spree despite Visa deal falling apart
"Clad and visa have ended plans for their monster merger almost a year after it was announced visa has cooled off. Its deal to buy fintech plaid for five point. Three billion dollars off to the us department of justice sued to block the transaction on antitrust grounds. We're confident we would have prevailed in cooled as plaid's capabilities. A complimentary to these is not competitive. Said al kelly chief executive when the deal was announced in january. Twenty twenty mr. Kelly said it would put the combined company at the epicenter of the fintech world but the doj moved to block the deal in early november arguing. That visa had chosen to a quiet plod because it was developing payments platform that would challenge visa dominance in the sector. Zach perry plaid. Ceo says it has only just begun will also stating it grew. Customers by sixty percent added hundreds of banks to the platform recently So ouattara thoughts on this. I suppose i double on the doj's decision. They made the right decision And then on top of what you think is next applied and indeed for visa you know visas strategists the scott. What's it gonna do instead Who wants to confessed on this one. I have no obvious. Talk on the story bradley. I'll go straight to you oklahoma. Dj positioning oversee. This was a memo. I think the visa describing is future competitor. But it's kind of like if you look at shell or chevron will be one of the big oil and gas guys if they go and invest heavily all by one of the renewable energy providers without be something the doj against odin think. so so. i don't view necessarily a competition. It definitely is an aggressive move would have been by visa. I'm but it's not. Apples to apples. Is competing new way of paying the more. Traditional banking rails. I'm it wasn't than buying competing conference. That i think would have been than trying to own their own. Their own immedi system. So i'm sure agree. With the ruling on deeply never went cold so almazo writes Will arenas once it's interesting time. Isn't it broadly. The famous volcano picture was the Was was the that was mentioned and this idea that plot was gonna move in that direction. The doj's argument was always that will fees is nearly sixty sixty five percent market share in the us. It's clearly dominant position if they're acquiring something that could compete with the very called rails itself then. A potential competitive type was being taken off the table and visa would continue to own a even if the rails would move from called to something that was more account based are the question to your point as to whether or not that was ever going to happen but certainly in a lot of the country. I've seen online In the past a couple of days and days since cisco announced on twitter a lot of the vc community is sort of saying it looks like plot themselves may have been motivated to terminate this because five billion dollars for a for an api data company. Seems like a really big price when visa. I pays it. But it's a testament to why we are infantile. That plot could probably got a better deal. I'm and actually the growth in neo biking and challenging ranking during the pandemic has been so astonishing that why wouldn't plod to go somewhere else and could they built mobile themselves than they cut on the on. The visa's umbrella suddenly seems like fintech. Twitter is very very bullish homeless firm plots perspective. I'm but then also people who all big funds of visa think. This is a good move for them as well because it kind of moves them away from being They were always very friendly with the banks kind of the position with the big banks. They have a great relationship. Plods account dates are access is not very well liked by a lot of the major. Us banks indeed. Many of them have been trying to block access to screen scraping together on direct deals in place and that might be one of the biggest threats in plots business model so visas business just gets a lot clearer. All of a sudden plot may be able to go onum become that competitor or something else so a good result all around personally
Reduce No-shows, Fill the Schedule, and Improve Patient Experience with Michele Perry
"Back to the outcomes rockets. All marquez here. Today i have the privilege of having michelle. Perry on the podcast. She is. The ceo of relations has sast based patient centered. Engagement company that utilizes a modern and mobile first approach to improve patient and provider communication. Michelle perry has almost thirty years of experience in software and health technology an undergraduate degree from the wharton school at the university of pennsylvania and her nda from harvard business school. Just the the important topic around how we communicate patients effectively. And how do we do that at scale. It's going to be a great talk and michelle super excited to have you join us today. Thanks for having me excited to be here absolutely and and so before we dive into the awesome way. You guys engage patients at relations. Talk to us a little bit more about you. Michelle wu spires your work and healthcare the patient. You know really. This truly has to be about the patience to have been easier way to access healthcare This pandemic has shed light on. The fact that truth helped get a truly is about the patients. And that's why you know. I joined a company named relation relating to the patient and focusing on the patient. How do we make it easier for the patient because anything related to health care is high and so why don't we make it easy. Yeah and i think the nature of kind of how healthcare works and fortunately that it's complex And the need for that expertise of simplifying and getting a message to the right person at the right time is critical so michelle talked to us about how relations is adding value to the healthcare ecosystem. Exactly what you just said you still my words saw. It's all about getting the right Right message to the right person at the right time. And you know the industry's been a little too focused on patient portals and just dumping information they're figuring out the patient would find the information and it's just not working you know we need to make it easier both for the practices and health systems to make it easy for their patients to access healthcare. And we need to do it in a way. That patients are use to communicate. Say and we all carry this phone You know there are a few people in the country maybe not for the most part people have a phone kind. You know in their pants pocket or in the hand of something all day. So how can we make it very easy using that mobile device to get them just that right information and not a data dump just the right information at the right time. Yeah and so there's a flow you know. There's there's a step by step process that kind of we go through when we get care. There's a scheduling. There's there's actually going to see the clinician where you wait. I guess there's a lot of waiting and cars now with with the pandemic reminders etc. So there's a lot of touch points that potentially league we could miss and so talked a little bit about what you feel makes relations special and different than what's there today. Yeah so you know. Unfortunately healthcare has so many rules and regulations Starting with that introducing some of this technology to be patient facing can be really non thing and then you add all all the communications laws which tcp a of the can spam and. This really seems way too. Risky move forward and health care. So that's where many practice of just put it in puerto new best enough but the adoption and usage of portals. It's just really low. So what we focused on is making it just easy to get the critical information at that point in time. Whether it's about an appointment to make sure that you know it and confirm it and we have best practices where we combine own email and chat messages over the course of five three one day to get the best response rate and to get people if they can't make it you know to cancel reschedule and get them back on the calendar that you can get waitlist filled spots that they laughed and moving all of that so really combining all these with one platform that can make this really productive for the practice which would make it productive for the practice can make it easy for their patients totally.
‘Find the fraud’: Trump pressured a Georgia elections investigator in a separate call legal experts say could amount to obstruction
"The president in George's post election investigation. I'm a good best fees. Jennifer Perry has more. The Atlanta Journal Journal Constitution Constitution cites cites a a senior senior state state official official who who says says President President Trump Trump made made a a call call to to a a state state investigator investigator in in late late December, December, urging urging them them to to quote quote find find the the fraud fraud and and telling telling the the investigator investigator they'd they'd be a national hero. That call was in addition to the one he made to Georgia Secretary of State The Wall Street Journal is also reporting that White House officials pressured North Georgia's top federal prosecutor toe leave his post for not doing more to pursue voter fraud allegations. U S Attorney BJ Pack abruptly resigned last Monday. Jennifer Perry
Schumer urges Cabinet to oust Trump
"The Senate's top Democrat says president trump must immediately leave office after yesterday's capital assaulted by trump supporters Chuck Schumer says the president incited an insurrection and should not hold office one day longer he's calling for vice president pence and the cabinet to invoke the twenty Fifth Amendment and remove the president if they refuse he says Congress should reconvene to impeach the president in a video message Republican congressman Adam Kinzinger is calling for the twenty fifth as well the president is on fixed and the president is on well university of Virginia historian Barbara Perry says that's why the amendment exists that you have a president who is mentally or physically incapable of but with just thirteen days left in his term Perry say she'd be surprised if the president's removed Sager make ani Washington
Tyler Perry’s absentee ballot never showed up, so he flew to Atlanta to vote
"Tyler perry wanted to vote in yesterday's runoff so bad that he hopped on a jet and flew all the way to georgia in person to cast his ballot because his absentee ballot never showed up after no door to senate candidate received fifty percent of the vo in november. The racist runoffs. If you aren't aware tyler said he waited and waited for more than a month for his. Absentee ballot never came so he was in jackson hole. Wyoming hopped on. His private jet flew to georgia. He was there yesterday. The election The latest on the election. Reverend raphael warnock the senior pastor of that big ebeneezer baptist. Church in atlanta will officially be the first black senator from georgia. Cnn projected that early this morning. He is the first georgia democrat to the senate in twenty years. Now control of the senate comes down to republican david perdue who still trailing in his fight to keep his seat against democrat. Jon ossoff and this is big because democ democrats excuse me will control the senate if ossoff wins if purdue wins republicans will maintain control and able to block. President elect biden's cabinet appointments judicial picks and legislative agenda. So we're still waiting on those
At War With The World
"Everybody ashley here and thank you for joining me on another episode of love me. So i wanna make this as conversationalist possible even though this is one side. What is giving yourself grace. What does that look like to you. What does it look like his beating yourself up when something doesn't go as planned but it doesn't look like is holding onto things of the past and other people's emotions what it looks like is having emotional intelligence for situations for yourself for other people and being realistic looking at people in a humanistic form putting people on this pedestal or yourself and having we can have expectations. But if we don't make that mark is cool. We're human small wins. Small victories baby. I looked up. What grace is adding grace for yourself is giving yourself the permission to forgive your mistakes. Any lapses in judgement any hurt any hurtful behavior. Because no one's perfect and it shows up all the time we see these hashtags and inspirational quotes about giving grace but honestly that is one of the fewest quotes. I've actually seen lately About giving grace a lot of them are super motivational and super positive. Giving yourself grace isn't about being positive. It's about being realistic in grace's that gift that's offered to us. You know by source by god. We need to give ourselves grace. We need to take the moment to breathe and pause with ourselves. Grace a notice that something that we we don't too often do we. We are so quick to forgive other people. It's like we don't forgive ourselves and there's really nothing to forgive ourselves. Were now sometimes. There is but simple mistakes. Do you have to give yourself grace. And i get it like. It's not the easiest thing to do but shoot we're making it through a pandemic the fact that you've made it to where you are today. You might not be in the place that you wanna be. We might not be in a fifty million dollar home that used to be owned by jennifer lopez katy perry or whoever her as far as our goals and whether they be personal professional spiritual we have to give ourselves grace because we may not make it to that point where we want to where we expecting where i wanted to be. Today is not where i expected myself to beat but i am further. So it's about gratitude. It's about giving yourself grace. It's about finding things that serve among other things and the reason we're talking about this like i said it's because throughout this process of better me better you better we. I know that many of us were just so hard on ourselves. Sucks like we are our own worst critic. And i know i am. I'm harder on myself than anybody else. Think about all the crap that you said to yourself the negative self talk judgment now. You say all of that to your loved ones to your brother. Your sister mother father best friend those who are closest to you. Now if they're not close to you we talk about that right now but those friends and loved ones. That are close to us now. There comes a time and in place when we're giving them you know honesty however when it comes to grace we give them a lot of grace we give them a lot of forgiveness especially if it's been a long journey shoot the longest journey we've had is with ourselves you know. And also the connection that we had to her mother's in the womb and other things that nature but that connection that relationship that we have with ourselves because it's constant and we're constantly judging and questioning ourselves and replaying the past and doing all these things flip flopping and not using the rear view mirror we are using a full sized mirror and skip amir about the cuss. We are out here with all the windows open on our computer. Every single window does look look looking. Oh let me go to this one. Let me go this one. let me. I was looking at this last week. I was looking at this last year. And that's not serving us. That's one of those things i- cornerstore convenience. Put these things on our basket and bring these things in the past that. Don't serve us. We give our loved ones grace because we know they're human and no one's perfect so we really don't need to be that hard on ourselves at the core we're good we are people. We deserve good things and nothing is permanent. So if we don't get one thing done at that particular on it may not be a permanent issue. It's temporary in. give yourself grace things. We we have no control over outside entities. other people. don't stress it. I don't people are gonna take things personally. People are gonna experience interpret things differently. You know everybody's low level of emotional intelligence and emotional availability is different so save yourself some grace for yourself be present
Tyler Perry’s absentee ballot never showed up, so he flew to Atlanta to vote
"Tyler Perry. The mega Julian Air Creative force behind the huge Atlanta studios. You know, he moved all of his studios from Hollywood to Georgia. He Didn't get his absentee ballot and he was gonna vote absentee. It didn't arrive. And so he actually flew to Georgia today to vote. Really? Yeah. Wouldn't it be interesting if Medea Flies to Georgia actually puts a Democrat over the top in a private plane. I imagine I would think so. I mean, First of all, it's covert. So you're taking every edge again. And secondly, he you know, he sits on stacks of $100 bills every night, so I would imagine it's not a big deal to fly private.
Nashville Police warned about bombing suspect in 2019
"About the suspected Christmas bomber in 2019 correspondent Mike Grassy. A reports Anthony Warner, the lone suspect, identified by authorities, and the Christmas Morning bombing in downtown Nashville, came to the attention of Nashville police More than a year ago. Police were called to the home of Warner's girlfriend, Pamela Perry on August 21st 2019 after her attorney reported she was making suicidal threats. Attorney Raymond Throckmorton was on the scene, and he told officers Perry Not Warner might harm her and Warner frequently talked about the military and bomb making. Police went to Warner's home, but he didn't answer the door. Nashville police contacted the FBI, but the FBI found no records on Warner I Mike Rossia.
Health Equity Advocate On Black Doctor's Video Of Treatment For COVID-19
"Dr Susan Moore has become a hashtag on social media. More of family physician died of covert 19 and an Indiana hospital last week. She was 52 days before she died. She posted a video on Facebook in which she said her doctors treated her as if she were a drug addict. She said they were planning to discharge her from the hospital too soon. People get killed. When you send them home, and they don't know how to affect for themselves. In that video, which has no circulated all over social media doctor more maintained that if she were white, her care for covert 19 would have been very different. Enjoy a career. Perry is president of the National Birth Equity Collaborative. She joins us now. Thanks for speaking with us. Thank you so much for having me. What went through your mind when you first watch that video of Dr Moore speaking from her hospital bed, You know, it was so deeply saddening and very familiar asses. The world watch the murder of George Floyd and it stopped the world in its tracks because, although we'd heard about police violence before, and we knew it existed, and we've seen data and reports That's the same way that I felt watching. Dr Susan Moore described what was happening to her instead of the hospital. It was a glimpse into side of what we all know to be true what we've experienced as members of the black community. Inside of health care is health care providers. There's an O B g Y n And also just knowing that it was not going to end well, knowing that she was begging and pleading and wanting to be seen and valued is fully human, and that wasn't happening. You I know have worked with hospitals on anti racism training. Is there data Do we know how common what Dr Moore described as her experience was? Well, we do know from the data. We work in the black maternal health space, and there's been some studies. That show that medical students believe that black patients don't feel pain the same way that they believe that black patients have thicker skin. There were also a study that was done out of university, North Carolina that showed that if there was a black preacher and white patient asking for a pain treatment toe You have to after having that major abdominal surgery that the black patient got it in a less timely manner and less frequently and with the less amount so every time that we have worked with hospitals, and I've said Okay, well, maybe it's not you. Maybe that's just that hospital that group run your own data Look to see by race. If you're managing your patient's pain equally, if when they come in, they get the same treatment and I've yet to have a hospital come back as a C I told you we're doing it all the same. And so I'm looking forward to that day. You're making a point that Dr Moore herself made in that video. She said she believed she was denied more pain medication or as much as she needed because of her race. I want to mention that the hospital where she was treated Indiana University health Has put out a statement. They say they can't come in on her specific case because of privacy laws. But they say the hospital is committed to equity to reducing racial disparities. They say they're going to do a full investigation. What will you be watching for in that investigation? I'm excited to hear that they want to investigate. It was a little traumatizing for communities. I know that these privacy laws are important. But if you've been a community like the black community, or LGBTQ community or indigenous folks who've been had mistrust from the health care system, because we've been abused by it and lie to and not treated well, when we hear things like we can't comment that doesn't engender trust going forward. Some people listening might be wondering Hang on over prescription of pain. Meds of opioids has been a huge problem. Doctors and hospitals have struggled with how to balance Against overprescribing with obviously the very real need for care and pain relief. Do you think that was at all in play here? Yes, I'm sure that the providers in that hospital or were hypersensitive and very aware of the pain issues and the pain still issues, But unfortunately, when you are from a community that has been that Centered and has been marginalized. There's something is well, you must be pill seeking, like these other people, and we must then count, so the assumption is really real, that I've experienced it by himself, where family members are assumed to be drug seeking pills seeking and never, just looking at the person is individual saying what I want my 52 year old friend as Dr Susan, where could be any of our friend? Be lying here in pain. Don't I want to address her pain? Don't I wanted to be pain free, but I value her, and that's what we're asking for. Dr Joya career, Perry. She heads the National Birth Equity Collaborative. She was speaking about the experience of Dr Susan Moore, who died of covert 19 on December 20th. Dr. Crew, Perry. Thank you. Thank you so much air in patient.
Nashville man's girlfriend warned he was building bombs
"Hi Mike Rossi you're reporting national police were alerted about the suspected Christmas bomber in twenty nineteen Anthony Warner the lone suspect identified by authorities in the Christmas morning bombing in downtown Nashville came to the attention of Nashville police more than a year ago according to documents obtained by the Associated Press police were called to the home of Warner's girlfriend Pamela Perry on August twenty first twenty nineteen after her attorney reported she was making suicidal threats attorney Raymond Throckmorton was on the scene and he told officers Perry thought Warner might harm her and Warner frequently talked about the military and bomb making police went to Warner's home but he didn't answer the door national police contacted the FBI but the FBI found no records on Warner hi Mike Ross yeah
Jackie Hill Perry On Her 'Come To Jesus' Moment
"You had we've got a this is probably the question you had that. Come to jesus moment late one night. What happened that night. That kind of puts you in a totally different trajectory. And yeah so. I was in my room. Doing something. Really irrelevant watching. Mtv or something and the strongest thaw. That i've ever had came to my mind. Which was that. The girl that i was with would be the death of me And when i heard the thought it actually disrupted all other thoughts with. That was the only thought that i think so at that moment. You're in an active relationship with girl. Yeah okay we were just together before inside just started to think about my life randomly in kinda did a survey of it and with that. I thought about the consequences of everything that i loved and enjoy. All of this is being motivated by the spirit of god. This is not me because it doesn't make any sense right. And so i'm thinking about oh i really love. We'd you know addiction to that. that's in. Oh i still. that's in. Oh disrespectful to my parents. That san like. I just went down the list where i saw. Oh lesbianism is not only issue. you are holistically sinful. And so you are holistically. In need of god and saw to- got though i said god i i don't wanna be straight because the immediate thought i think for anyone in the same sex community is that to come to. Jesus is to be heterosexual when that's not the call. The call is holiness. And so god. I think was trying to show me. No come to me. And we'll work all the other stuff out. And so i just had to make a decision which is do. I want to give up everything that amuse to everything. That's kept me safe to trust in this person that i've never met this jewish man named jesus but i figured that if he was offering himself he had to be a better alternative than everything that i've ever trusted in my entire life and so it wasn't that i showed jesus because i was afraid of hail it wasn't that i chose us because i wanted to be straight. I chose them because because of the holy spirit. I was able to see that he was better than everything on this entire. Which is the holy spirit. I have to emphasize that because people can. Oh she made a logical decision. I've made a spirit may decision and so what happened. After that was that. I repented and believed but didn't know that i was repenting and believing a you felt god calling you to make a painful choice and it to me. This is the first choice a painful choice to break up with that girl so this was step one after night of conviction if i could call it that what compelled you to make that first step. You know jesus says if i causes you to sin gouge it out your hand caused you. Cut it off. She was my hand. She was my. I i for me to walk in obedience to jesus had to let her go Which is typical of any disciple of jesus. He would say me in what you read next. As they left everything and so i had to leave everything to follow him and i was willing to but it didn't mean it didn't hurt so called her and i said hey i can't be with you anymore just because i have to follow jesus now in iran. She expected it because again. I was really strange. Lesbian talk jesus a lot. I was really intrigued by him. And so she she knew was coming for some reason But yeah so aggrieved that relationship. Because i mean gay or straight or not. The emotions were real. The affections were real. The love was real But i had to love god more than i loved her.
Sanders, Oklahoma State beat Miami 37-34 in Cheez-It Bowl
"Spencer Sanders threw for four touchdowns in Oklahoma state one that she's appalled by building a three touchdown lead before downing number eighteen Miami thirty seven thirty four the cowboys scored on their first three possessions while jumping out to a twenty one nothing lead your great job about spending all this game right in Britain freshly was he's really honest routes change your your yeah we just had a good connection and we were just there this game Presley caught three of Sanders TD passes hurricane starting quarterback Derek king threw a ten yard TD pass but had to leave the game late in the first half with a right knee injury backup quarterback because he Perry threw for two hundred twenty eight yards and two touchdowns for Miami Perry's five yard TD pass to Michael Harley helped the hurricanes close to thirty seven thirty four with five thirty nine left I'm Dave Ferrie
Biden says his transition team has 'encountered roadblocks' from Trump appointees
"President elect Joe Biden says the Trump Administration subjective, obstructing his transition team and is threatening national security. Delivering remarks in his hometown of Wilmington, Delaware, Joe Biden said his transition team has encountered roadblocks from political appointees at the Department of Defense. Officials of the Biden transition team tells CBS News the Pentagon stopped substantive briefings over the course of the holiday and dispute a claim made by acting Defense Secretary Chris Miller. The incoming and outgoing administrations had agreed to the pause. Tim Perry CBS NEWS Wilmington,
Armando Manzanero, legendary Mexican singer and composer, dead at 85
"Mexican singer and composer Armando Men's a narrow is dead following complications from a kidney problem. The 85 year old passed away this morning at a hospital in Mexico City. The man's an arrow was a prolific composer who wrote more than 600 songs, including some What's Nevius, which was translated English lyrics became the 1970 said. It's impossible for Perry Coma.
Methuen Police Chief, Captain Placed On Leave After Inspector General Report
"Chief of Police and the captain are on paid leave after the state inspector general alleges misconduct that gave the chief and senior officers some of the highest pay in the nation. The report 153 pages and alleges Chief Jo Solomon Captain Gregg Toland worm or interested in green and Blue. Concocting contracts and in chief Solomon's case, ignoring conflict of interest guidelines serving on the city's negotiating team for the contract, despite his own pay being tied to that officer's pay with WHO and Mayor Neil Perry says the actions are not disciplinary actions but were taken to give the city an opportunity to fully review and act on the recommendations of the Office of Inspector General and the anticipated audit of the Police Department. That's expected soon a fatal
"w perry" Discussed on Trump, Inc.
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"w perry" Discussed on Trump, Inc.
"Hello and welcome to trump inc a journey into the business trump from WNYC and Propublica I'm Ilya Marritz. All through the Ukraine pressure campion and the impeachment. The United States was pushing the Ukrainians to make an energy deal with an American company a deal that didn't make much business sense to the Ukrainians the cabinet secretary pushing this deal Rick Perry ended up in a position where he could have profited from it. Today on the show we're going to tell the story of how little no-name Company. Found a powerful advocate in Rick Perry and Perry was becoming known as one of the three Amigos working with Rudy Giuliani on his campaign for dirt on the Biden's in Ukraine. We reported this story with a friend of the show Simon Schuster correspondent with Time magazine Simon has spent years reporting on money and power in the former Soviet Union. It's where he was born yet about fifteen years. Now I've been reporting on Russia and Ukraine and this particular story got my attention around the time of the impeachment hearings actually around October when these two associates of Rudy Giuliani were indicted in the southern district of New York. And that's when we were first in touch and we started looking into what Giuliani was doing in Ukraine especially on the business side. But instead of Guiliani we found Rick Perry over the months we spoke with many people in the US Ukraine and elsewhere with firsthand knowledge of this deal potentially worth billions of dollars that was promoted by Perry. Really successful politician who was the longest serving governor of Texas he ran for president twice and like the president he's done a bit of reality TV. I'm really excited about doing dancing with the stars my daughter's weddings coming up. So I need to be ready to look really good on the dancefloor for her. Down before he was also in the private sector for about two years in between the Texas, State House and the Department of Energy he served on the board of an oil and gas pipeline company going to do what we coal a thought roll. My wife is GonNa to love that move. She's going to bay where his that been. A few months after Perry was cut from the show trump picked him to be as energy secretary. Takes a particular view of his role. He says, these are his words. My job is to go sell American product Jerry Right. Now with an look at the new facility Energy Secretary Rick Perry Mrs Secretary It's good to see you this morning. Thanks so much for joining us. You. Know you welcome Maria. It's a beautiful place out here. Thanks to fracking America's producing huge amounts of guests and Perry says we should be putting it on ships and selling it to our allies around the world especially in Europe, where most countries by a lot of Russian gas so starts talking about old is in terms of energy dominance and his department of energy refers to Elon g freedom gas molecules of freedom today is this isn't just about an economic. Thing for the United States about the supply and the security of our allies in the European theater they don't have to sit there and be held hostage would just want supply of gas the United States whether it's going to be going into Poland whether it's going to be Rick Perry is a proud salesman of American gas. He's already doing this. He's already taken an interest in Ukraine when Rudy. Giuliani. Starts his quest in Ukraine looking for dirt on the Biden's eventually Peres pulled into that that inauguration was attended by a three hope become known as the three Amigos Investors Solomon Volcker and Perry listen yes. This is California Congressman Adam Schiff questioning former ambassador Marie Ivanovich at impeachment. Inauguration in a meeting with President trump are you aware that the president designated these three Amigos to coordinate Ukraine policy with Rudy Giuliani? Cincinnati become aware of that. Perry refused to testify at impeachment. He did deny knowing about the campaign to pressure Ukraine for dirt and he said his work was always focused on making sure Ukraine wasn't held hostage by Russian gas. He didn't speak to us for this story and he didn't respond to many of our questions. While, we were reporting the story on the gas deal. We came to learn that federal prosecutors in New York have been taking an interest in Perry. So we spoke to five people who have knowledge with this. And they told us that the prosecutors have been talking with prospective witnesses and asking them about Perry's interests in Ukraine. It began in the fall of last year October November and it continued until some time. This spring two sources indicated to us that prosecutors have since moved on and Perry is not a target. Prosecutor starting point as best as we can tell, is another group that also wanted to sell American Gas Ukraine. Rudy Giuliani's friends live parnasse and eager fruman. At an intimate dinner with President, trump harness and Freeman bragged about their ambitions for their business or the process of purchasing. Ukraine, right now shut. Off nauseous. How'd you grander? Don't ask. They love you though I can tell you that much they love you. Great. Great. Great fighters very fighters. They love you cornell and Freeman were arrested last year on campaign finance charges. Pleaded not guilty and are awaiting trial as far as we know. There is no connection here. In March just as lockdowns, we're going into effect around the world an article about a gas deal appeared on a Ukrainian News site. So this is from March Thirteenth Twenty Twenty and the headline Interfax? Ukraine is Ukraine us. Agree on annual supplies of six to eight billion cubic meters of liquefied natural gas for hub creation. Now I may be one of the very few nerds who looks at that and says what? Wow, that's so exciting but. What was translated from me? What does it? Basically, what it says is Ukraine has agreed to buy a whole lot of American gas on a sort of apparently a long term basis and. The first thing I thought was wait a minute. This is the deal partisan fruman had been pursuing. It's almost identical to to the deal that they wanted, but they don't seem to be a part of it. The ideas, the same. So the idea is to take natural gas from the United. States super cool. It put it on tankers a ship it to Poland hype it through Poland to Ukraine or at underground and Ukraine until prices rise, and then sell it westward to the European Union. Potentially at an enormous profit. And this article names accompany that's supposed to be the supplier for all this gas Louisiana, natural gas, Exports Inc also known as L. N. G. X.. Ellen was registered in two thousand eighteen other than that. There was almost no public information about the company but their website had contact details and when I wrote to them heard back right away from the CEO. And you pronounce your last name the French way. Blonde Shea. Well, actually I used cheap lost shot don't shut. Okay. His name is Ben Blanchette.
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"w perry" Discussed on Inside the Studio
"Katy Perry welcome to inside the studio. How are you? Isn't that a loaded question in two thousand and twenty loaded question? Yes it is. You've been you've been quarantining for two. This is a unique. Yes. I think it's probably more. It's a loaded question for everyone but I definitely say as I'm about to give birth at two two different things both an actual physical human being and a record that I have been doing all of my promotion in quarantine and this time it's an interesting time sure and and and you know a lot of women and more power to them work into their third trimester I I really hope we get this interview done before your water breaks. Yeah. Well, I'm not at my third trimester I'm in my fourth trimester. No I. Really. Think, you are the one of the last people I get to speak with before my world changes. So originally, this album was at one point it was going to ride in June and then in mid August and it's been pushed back a little bit but but also you must have discussed releasing it next year. Why? Why did you stick with this year? What was the thinking behind that? Yeah I mean this year is a year of pivoting and going with the flow for sure and anyone that like hard plans besides the fact that. You will have a child for me is you know is maybe setting themselves up for A. Surprise So I wanted to put the record out in June obviously I wanted to give myself a little bit more space and not you know go head to head with WHO's coming I. WHO's The headliner? WHO's the opener is the child is the baby what? but I did know that I was so excited about sharing this record that. Got Me into this place of life a fullness of life that I didn't WanNa push to twenty one because I know my energy is about to shift. and my world is about to expand in in such an incredible way that like. Iro I started kind of casually writing this record. In two thousand seventeen and it's really the sound shot I call it the screen shot but the sound shot of the past three years and I know my next couple of years are going to be so full and I will have so much to say. So let's just Onto, the next plus it's a record full of you know hopefully listen resilience and about coming out of the darkness. So I think if anyone's going through that now it could be. It could be something for them. I, mean I think in a way we're all going through that now to wanted it standar- another it's it's it's hard to not be in the darkness at this particular time in human history given given the pandemic. But you talk about coming out of the darkness there's a note in the packaging for smile and it's it's actually signed Catherine Not Katie and you you say many of these songs were written coming out of one of my own darkest times finding and fighting for the light at the end of the tunnel. And so I I I wanNA talk about smile you finding your smile again. But let's start with the dark times. 'cause that's kind of where the album begins. Isn't it? On the record. Yeah. Let's let's travel back to it. So I guess travel back a few years to twenty seventeen or so or twenty eighteen but but that's kind of where the album begins. With never really over cry about it later Kyrie is these are These are the Darker Times right? Well, you know actually you're you're you're making a very observant note the sequence does tell a mini story and it does start out with kind of the letting go the true letting go or or making a decision to let go of of this. Loop of love that I was in, you know the unhealthy relationships and going like I am not going to. Fall back into that loop, I am going to choose a different path even though it's difficult But the you know there was a it was a few things in two, thousand, seventeen, it was Shift in my own excitement and getting high on my own supply with putting out music. It just didn't really it didn't. It didn't slap like it used to. And I right before I put out the record, I actually broke up with my now baby daddy because I was just like you know I. I, it got to a tipping point and I thought I was GonNa Lean on the validation of the outside world to get me through you know the bummer time of of a breaking up with someone but then You know then I wasn't getting fed from the outside world like I was used to. So everything started falling apart basically the foundation started cracking and I didn't realize that I put so much. Self worth and validation in everyone else's hands and when they don't give it back to you, it's a huge void So we're talking about two, thousand, seventeen when witness came out, that's that's the moment when we're it's you know as a Katy Perry, fan as somebody who, Hey, that's not my favorite Katy Perry record but I like a lot of songs on it, Katy, Perry record but the world seemed to say like you know what? Maybe we've had enough maybe we WANNA take a break. I M I M exaggerating no, you are not at all. You are so right and I felt that I am. A. Master feelings. That's my job is to. Observe and feel the feelings and you know put them in too little definitions and ideas and songs I take feelings and I'm I create worlds. So I was feeling that rejection pretty heavily and you know I did I did what a lot of artists do at some point in their careers as I took a leap because I wanted to experiment I wanted to break. The Kind.
"w perry" Discussed on Casefile True Crime
"Era deal with serious and often distressing incidents. If you feel it anytime you need support please. Contact your local crosses. The central FA suggested found numbers for confidential support. Place a show nights for this episode on your APP or on our website the Californian city of Stanford laws in the northwest corner of Santa Clara County just under an hour drive from San Francisco covering any land area of two point. Eight Square Miles Stanford is adjacent to Palo Alto one of the principal cities of the affluent and progressive Silicon Valley which is served as an incubator for many prominent and influential technological enterprises. Over the years including Apple Google facebook and Tesla Stanford is home to the prestigious eight thousand Dak- Stanford University a private co educational and Non Denominational College and Research Institution. Many of the city's residents students faculty members who live on or Iran campus in a range of accommodations including Goma. Trees Co ops. Row Houses Fraternities sororities single family homes and condominiums established in one thousand nine hundred eighty five. The university was founded by railroad magnate and California Senator Leland Stanford and his wife Jane. In memory of their only child Leyland junior he died of typhoid fever. At Age Fifteen. The land began as the stock farm with OAK dotted fields and soon developed into one of the largest university campuses in the United States despite sustaining heavy damage from two separate earthquakes in nineteen. I seek since and nine hundred ninety nine. The university has managed to maintain its original California mission architecture from the light. Eighteen hundreds characterized by embellished yellow sandstone long low and wide colonnades open arches and two red terra cotta tiled roofs at the heart of the campus is the main quadrangle the university's oldest structure stretching. Iva seventeen acres. The main quad is raised Vira Mile Long Palm Tree lined road and has an inherent data section. Both of which feature sprawling lawns courtyards and interconnected buildings housing. Various departments classrooms and administration offices regarded as a national center for Research Stanford Phages More Than One hundred and twenty research. Institutes exploring a range of topics from particle physics to International Studies Given it's proximity to silicon valley and it's impressive academic and athletic performance records. It is renowned as one of the top universities of the world. Many students go on to have a lustrous careers in their field of expertise with past alumni including noble laureates Pulitzer Prize winners and Presidential Medal of freedom recipients. One hundred and fifty thousand visit as drawn to the faint grants annually to explore it too many features including apiaries shops and gardens as well as a stadium. Golf course satellite dish and church liking trials around the campus outskirts off of use of the rolling countryside and attract by more than fifty thousand visitors a year in the early nineteen seventies. Just over eleven thousand students were enrolled at Stanford University and the Kanta coach in these men that had started in the mid nineteen sixties was still a major aspect of college lawf- students fighting for social and political change would often stage protests scenes and formed community action groups for issues such as racism. Women's liberation and gay rods. Leslie Marie Po love graduated from Stanford in nineteen seventy two with a bachelors degree in history by the beginning of the following year. The twenty one year old was working as a clerk at the north. Santa Clara Canny Low Library in Palo Alto. Leslie hoped to become a lawyer and recently been accepted into law school at the University of Pennsylvania though classes had yet to begin at three. Pm on Tuesday. February. Thirteen Leslie left work. For the day driving off in her seventy-two Orange Chevrolet Nova the coworkers presumed. She was heading directly to her time in the Los. Altos hills where she lived with her widowed mother Florence. But Leslie never arrived.
"w perry" Discussed on LadyGang
"Let me grab my phone but that's not as good as sad getty. It's Kinda good but it's not a competition which is which is good to nothing sadder than in this eating a sandwich. Why sandwiches a fast heels. It's weird. It's it's sadder somebody eating a sandwich alone than somebody having like a four course meal alone why. I don't like the thought. I don't know I have something weird. It's triggering okay. We've used this before. The word is countdown Tom but now we've no but listen. Someone took the time to make an official like dictionary and attrition. Okay countdown went. No this wasn't me. It was a girl in a facebook group countdown. When you're type A personality causes you to Spyro inspired by the Queen of Taipei Ladies Kelsey night example. The disorganization of that meeting caused me to have a major jerk kelt down. That's pretty good. Should we use that definition for a book. We think it's an Oh yeah that's good idea the new definition okay. I had a major FAUX PAS as my bad week Faux Faux Pas. I had an accidental meat meat eating. Oh I've done that when I was vegetarian. Oh so I had lunch with my friend in Toronto and she ordered the baked eggs and they looked a delicious awesome and I was like I'm going to order the baked eggs for the next day breakfast so ordered them and I'm eating away eating and I was like wait a second. This is too good. This isn't tomato sauce. This is meat sauce and it was delicious and it was pretty good and and I was eating eating and then I looked at my producers is this meat and this does not meet desert sun dried tomatoes and then he tasted. That's definitely meet so so I had an accidental meeting and meet your stomach explode no but nobody's dies it doesn't it's. That's an old west. That's not true and I cut certain things out of my diet and revisit them again like dairy meat though or dairy. I'm never cut me off for like a day. I don't think meets the problem I ain't isn't the problem doesn't like make people like shit their pants. It's like the dare like I would think that your stomach would freak out. I had Timothy B. Find when I meet for the first time in like eight years. I was fine yeah most back on the meat. I'm letting everyone know that I'm not back. But how good was that I had. It's been the last time not me no the last time I had an accidental meeting. I think in two thousand seven and I had an accidental bacon in a Mac and cheese in the south south. I had an accidental ate pork spring rolls in China. Shit and I thought their Veggie and I'm like why is the the best Chinese meal I've ever had and then my friend after I finished all eight of 'em she's like. I can't believe you decided to eat meat for the first China's probably anyway all right all right well when we come back. She's here Kimberly Perry so our family is a big meat eating family. We love beef. We love chicken. We Love Salmon. let me tell you about butcher box. It comes to your door. It's nine to eleven pounds of meat enough for twenty four individuals. It's packed fresh shipped frozen and vacuum. Ucla you can customize it or do one of curated. They sent one of their curated over to me because I didn't think about it and it was absolute perfection. There's wild caught Salmon grass-fed and finish Ashby which is if you haven't done your research what you should be eating and only what you should be eating free range organic chicken free range organic chicken. I can't speak I'm so excited. Heritage Breed pork doc wild caught salmon. I think I mentioned that it was so good but what's great is its high quality. It's better for you better for the animal and better for the environment and it is time now to to pay attention to what you're putting in your body so right now butcher boxes offering new members ground beef for life. That's two pounds of ground beef in every box for the life of of your subscription plus.
"w perry" Discussed on Inside the Studio
"And that's the song that you sat down and wrote together because you had this other band. So I imagine you might have had some songs on your back pocket. Right? Did I had great source of my pocket, but they were not the kind of songs that journey was probably going to be good at writing playing just out of curiosity. What kind of songs were they up? You listen to my Steve Perry greatest hits album. You'll hear that demo. The Got Me Gingrich journey his on there. It's called if you need me, call me. She play that. And we will..
"w perry" Discussed on Inside the Studio
"Steve Perry welcome to inside the studio. Thank you nice to be here. You've got the motorcycle boots and you actually ride. I do motorcycle boots but I soon my back. I had to get rid of it. I was afraid I was going to kill myself but it saved my life when I first left. The Bam first thing I did was go back to my hometown and jump on a Harley that I bought that I never owned before I bought. A software custom was a beautiful motorcycle. I bought it in California and I drove to Hanford California put it in a storage unit which I rented and it lived there so every time I go to bed hometown of mine. I just park the car and jump on that bike and ride out in the country. Where the Vince Posts and the jackrabbits were of my youth to be honest with you. And I did that a lot back then. It was no helmet. Law was just long hair behind you. You know it. Kinda helped put my head back together again. Did you grow up writing? No but I did have a Honda when I was a young. Get at Honda trail-bike. It's where I used to drive to school so I kind of like scooters like that right you know. Wait so this Harley. This is like the fulfilment of some sort was. It was finally bought a Harley and it was evolution engine beautiful and soft. L. Custom had a cabernet color tank and vendors. Just really I used to drive out in the country and then after it helped put my brain back together and give me comfort. I actually just gave somebody here because I just didn't think I should be on. I'm I'm just not that talented writing anymore. We're in an accident or well when I used to drink. I certainly would lay it down a couple of times right because the truism is that there are two kinds of motorcycle riders those who've been in an accident and those who will be in an accident tribe. That's right. How bad was it when you lay down? I was actually just coming out of a bar had had too many drinks and I just went to write it and start it and I lost my balance in that. Dropped it with people who don't ride don't realize pounds. It's heavy it's heavy. I'd have to buddies. Help me straighten it out right. So that's kind of taught me that number one. I shouldn't drink writhing number. Two is to me me. I'm just not that skill a writer. You've said that when you left the band bought this Harley had helped put your head back together. Did you've talked about that as a period where you had a kind of. Ptsd it. What form did this? Ptsd take for you for me. I could not listen to music of any kind and I could not sing or write music of any kind. The only thing I could listen to stuff that was called ambient at that time which was like liquid mine. Steve Roach had some music out. This was like ambient and there was no drums. Guitars was no voices. There was no anything like that and it was just something. I thought that Especially liquid mind the changes of liquid mine a sort of or emotionally putting back together a little bit at a time but it was quite some time before I listen to the music of my youth which was The army and Sam Cooks and all that took a while to get back to that in just to stick with that notion of putting your mind back together that PTSD. It sounds like also you were self medicating at that point self medicating how was not medicating. Well drinking is all. There's no doubt that before. I even left the group in some sort of behaviors okay and that contributed to the emptiness that was a feeling of disconnect with the passion for music. It was a pretty scary thing so I didn't just go back to my hometown in disappear. I reconvened with some feelings and streets in the country roads and the old ice cream parlor plus I had at that time. My father's sister was still alive and I wouldn't help take care of her. Because she was into nineties and Got Her situated and visited her a lot because she was going from from one home of living to another as her needs became more for assistance so I was taking care of her two. It was a big thing I was doing at the time. You mentioned the music that had. I met a lot to the music that you grew up on. Yeah tell me more about that. Who were the singers that you learned from? Oh my goodness the once I learnt the most from were pocket. Singers had rhythm in their phrasings. The Sam Cooks Jackie. Wilson's the Levi stubbs from the tops. Even smokey Robinson in his own way was very light and loyalty but so soulful Marvin Gaye of course then later Kim Gladys Knight I love the supremes when I was growing up. You know I was really big Motown Fan. So besides the songwriting and recording in the music. I grew up with there. Was this other factor of what were they doing? Meaning how are they recording it? How does it sound that way? And why does it feel that way? And how did they get that drum sound and what kind of echoes? On the Voice of Levi Stubbs Song Bernadette her baby I need your Lovin or or the Marvin Gaye troubled man? I mean there was just another focused. It started to show up in my heart of trying to learn from all that an early age so those are production engineer. They were but they were invaluable things that I thought I needed to pay attention to and I started really early on listening to to the whole thing. 'cause I realized very early on like about seven eight years old. Why does it feel and sound that way? It wasn't just a forty-five what went into this. Why does it come out like that? I wanted to know what's behind it so I slowly started to just go to school so to speak with going into these tracks. Listening to the echoes is it. Stereo isn't model. My goodness mono wow okay and start really getting into why it works the way. It does in and then all of a sudden years later when the Beatles showed what I found fascinating. If you listen to motown most of those were Donald four-track and if you listened to early like Beatles for sale record. It's four track because you can hear that they've recorded like three tracks ambassador to the left of the Bam and you can hear that they have a no reply for instance they have Ringo and I think George and maybe Paul in the distance on the right side one track accentuating downbeat of the chorus. No reply do okay so you got ring on the right Guam and pinching symbol with a boom. Okay see you get that in time with what's already there on the left side when they the basic so they're accentuating with an accent stuff that works with the main track in the most cool way and then they have to tracks left them to mess around do vocals down the middle. Now what's really fascinating is listen lead. Vocal of John in the middle. The echoes on the right. Tom Left so when they're mixing the stuff. These are the things these decisions have decided to make to give spread to give it this inclusive feeling dude. Four channels for channels. What that means is that they had to really make a commitment. Once you commit to these tracks you can't go back his unlike today when he got tracks to choose from in like recording right. Now you've got multiple tracks can choose from. No you got four channel. We're talking about the Beatles. There's a Beatles Song on traces on your new album is I need you. How did you come to choose that one? What drew you to it when I was really young love the helper but there was one song by George Harrison called. I need you. That was so beautiful and it was a Boston older. They were kind of into that Bossa Nova thing at that time. They did a lot to though. I liked it. I thought it was a bigger song. I wasn't being degraded. I just thought my goodness this is such a great song. I think it needs a different treatment and I knew that as a kid so that when it came time to do the traces record so this is one. You've been thinking about feeling for a long time. Then well that was been the back pocket for years since I was a kid so I turned to my co producer engineer. Tom Flowers is at Tom. You know I got this idea. I got this sketch of majors with acoustic voice on one of my drives. Kinda played for you. It's a Beatles song called. I need you by George Harrison so I played it for him and he loved it so the next thing. I know Vinnie. Calcutta was over her recording. Some drums I think for no more CRYAN. I said Vinnie. I got this other song. Would you mind just doing a pass on it? She sure what he I played it for. Me Says Yeah. Vinnie does kind of a feel from heaven so he went out there. One Pass just nailed it so from that point on. That song became what I always envisioned it to be. Which is the piano and voice in the beginning then coming in and growing and growing with background vocals. I wrote different background vocals. The tro then on the original and with a drum brake going into them. And it's on my record. I wouldn't have that wasn't Libya because I was only going to put it on my record if I got so you played her the finished version so I brought the CD into a Livia and she turned it on and listen to the whole thing top to bottom and I was very nervous because this is a living you know and I love George so much. She listened to the whole track one time and she grabbed the remote and click a restarted. It and I went. Oh my goodness you hear something. She wasn't pleased with. I thought you know and she got halfway through the second. Listen turn the volume down said George would have just loved this so much and I'll tell you what I felt his soul. Just give me approval through. Olivia and I needed her blessing. So that's why it's on the record you know it's also interesting as well. This is a song. You've been thinking about today. I heard it now that you've had in your back pocket as you say emotionally but fits a record that often deals with love loss. A record that you said would not exist without heartbreak. I think that's very true. I've said it before and I guess I should say it again that Hardee's and complete until it's completely broken. Annuity YOU LOSE SOMEBODY. That completely breaks your heart. Here's just not probably as seasoned or completed human being as you could be and I can only tae that's been my experience at didn't feel great. Losing Kelly was horrible from time to time. I still go through the the heartbreak like it was yesterday. But that's just I think affirmation of the strength of what we had. It's just an affirmation of that but The record traces is not all heartbreak. It's about rock and roll. It's about class reunion moments. It's it's about we're still here it's about you know there's a lot of great music on the record but there are a couple of songs Do deal with the loss of somewhat. Well you just mentioned a reunion moment. I think you might be referring to the first track on the record your spare.
"w perry" Discussed on Inside the Studio
"Before her death. Nash asked Perry for promise. That, he would not return to isolation. In fact. She urged him to return to music. As part of the remarkable story behind traces. Perry already been working on some music before he began recording traces. To the most heartbreaking songs on the album, most of all in the rain, we're actually written before. He ever met Kelly Nash. But one reason. The recording of this album took five years. Is that Perry actually built a home studio so that he could work his own way at his own pace. And he did that work very much in private. Those who participated signed nondisclosure agreements. The album certainly has music of Lawson heartbreak, but it also has songs that have had healing vibe with Perry's return to his hometown like Noah racing. which involves a high school reunion reconnection in some time in the back seat of a car?.
"w perry" Discussed on Inside the Studio
"The opening track on the first album Perry recorded with journey, nineteen, seventy-eight, eight fifty was lights, which is familiar to anyone seen as San Francisco giants game. And you can hear the classic soul music. That Perry grew up loving in those opening chords. Once again. This song is packed full of longing. It sipped in this case. It's not about wanting to be under the spotlight. It's about wanting to return home. In some sense, those two impulses, and the contradiction between them would define everything Perry journey did over the next decade. He helped create a stadium packing monster of rock, seven consecutive multi platinum albums eighteen top forty singles from these speeding ticket inducing stopper any way you want it. To these slow waltzing arms, which will be one of the cornerstones of the Power Ballad Hall of fame if they ever get around to building one. Sure. Know how. And then there were songs that combined both stomping and power balloting like don't stop believing or Oh Sherry. The nineteen, eighty, four single Perry's first solo, album. Street talk. Steve Perry was a guy who could combine prog rock with soul. Music, Or the classicism of Bruce springsteen with new wave since and drums. He had a voice that was operatic Freddie Mercury style, but one reason is music became a soundtrack to everyday life is that it actually felt rooted in it? It. Really doesn't matter that. There is no such places South Detroit. What matters is that? There are lonely people who feel the way, the small town girl and the city boy in. Don't stop believing field. And who want to both experience that feeling and get some relief from it for the four minutes and nine seconds. That's on West. There were a lot of those kinds of people journeys. Greatest Hits has sold better than ten million copies. But in February of Nineteen. eighty-seven Steve Perry played the last of seventy four dates on journeys tour for their ninth album, the aptly named raised on radio and he returned home. And for a long while that was it. He was done. Perry was suffering from what he describes his PTSD and he went back to the San Joaquin. Valley in Central California where he grew up in order to recover. PTSD's actually something. Other musicians have spoken with refer to when they talk about how difficult it can be to adjust to the real world after life on the road. In case, it was something more than that. A burn out so severe that initially he found himself unable to listen to any music other than the soothing sounds of ambient. He spent time writing his Harley caring for family. And trying to reconnect with himself. Though he'd make another solo album in nineteen, ninety four. It was a little out of step with things at the height of grunge. And though he'd reunite with journey for an album in nineteen, ninety six. He did not want to tour for it. He seemed to be done with the spotlight that he'd been longing for back when he wrote patiently in Nineteen, seventy seven. But. Something happened during Perry's time away. The music he made with journey, critically dismissed at the height of its popularity is corporate. Rock began to be more beloved, which is the kind of thing that does happen is cultural gatekeepers begin to change in the people raised on radio when it was defined by journey, begin to make culture of their own. In Perry's case. Patty, Jenkins who go on to direct the blockbuster wonder woman. Contacted him about using. Don't stop believing in a scene for her two thousand and three independent film monster. Shortly after she made the request Perry turned up on asking how he could help her with her movie. The two became friends. Four years later don't stop. Believing turned up again in the two thousand and seven finale of the Sopranos after which it shot right up. The I tunes chart becoming be number three selling download twenty four years after its nineteen eighty-one release. And the journey revival would only continue from there. It's at that revival did nothing to coax Perry back into public life. But eventually he met a woman who would ultimately do so. In Two thousand and eleven, Patty Jenkins directed an episode of five policy of TV movies about breast cancer and its impact on people's lives. Perry was visiting Jenkins one day when she was editing, and he was struck by one of the extras in a scene that featured real cancer patients. It was Kelly Nash. Los Angeles psychologist. Perry asked for an email introduction, but Jenkins wanted him to know nashes condition before reaching out. She had been in remission, but her cancer had returned. and spread to her lungs and bones. At that moment, I had the opportunity to send no email pullback. No harm no foul. Perry told rolling stone recently I would just go back to my safe life. Instead I said send the email. And an email turned into a phone call that lasted more than five hours and soon enough the two were living together. They had just a year and a half together before Nash passed away in December of twenty twelve..
"w perry" Discussed on Inside the Studio
"The opening track on the first album. Perry recorded with journey nineteen seventy-eight eight fifty was lights. Which is familiar to anyone seen as San Francisco giants game and you can hear the classic soul music that Perry grew up loving in those opening chords once again. This song is packing full of longing. It sipped in this case. It's not about wanting to be under the spotlight It's about wanting to return home in some sense. Those two impulses and the contradiction between them would define everything. Perry journey did over the next decade. He helped create a stadium packing monster of rock seven consecutive multi platinum albums top forty singles from these speeding ticket. Inducing stopper any way you want it to these slow waltzing open arms which will be one of the cornerstones of the Power Ballad Hall of fame. If they ever get around to building one sure know how. And then there were songs that combined both stomping and power balloting like. Don't stop believing or Sherry. The nineteen eighty four single Perry's first solo album street. Talk Steve Perry was a guy who could combine prog rock with soul music or the classicism of Bruce springsteen with new wave since and drums. He had a voice that was operatic Freddie Mercury style. But one reason is music became a soundtrack to everyday life is that it actually felt rooted in it. It really doesn't matter that there is no such places. South Detroit matters is that there are lonely. People who feel the way the small town girl and the city boy in don't stop believing field and who want to both experience that feeling and get some relief from it for the four minutes and nine seconds. That's on West. There were a lot of those kinds of people. Journeys greatest hits has sold better than ten million copies. But in February of Nineteen eighty-seven Steve. Perry played the last of seventy four dates on journeys. Tour for their ninth album. The aptly named raised on radio and he returned home and for a long while. That was it he was done. Perry was suffering from what he describes his PTSD and he went back to the San Joaquin Valley in Central California where he grew up in order to recover. Ptsd something other musicians have spoken with. Refer to when they talk about how difficult it can be to adjust to the real world after life on the road in case it was something more than that a burn out. So severe that initially. He found himself. Unable to listen to any music. Other than the soothing sounds of ambient. He spent time writing Harley caring for family and trying to reconnect with himself though he'd make another solo album in nineteen ninety four. It was a little out of step with things at the height of grunge and though he'd reunite with journey for an album in nineteen ninety six. He did not want to tour for it. He seemed to be done with the spotlight that he'd been longing for back when he wrote patiently in. Nineteen seventy seven. But something happened. During Perry's time away the music he made with journey critically dismissed at the height of its popularity is corporate rock began to be more beloved. Which is the kind of thing that does happen is cultural. Gatekeepers BEGIN TO CHANGE IN. The people raised on radio when it was defined by journey begin to make culture of their own. In Perry's case Patty Jenkins who go on to direct the blockbuster wonder woman contacted him about using. Don't stop believing in a scene for her two thousand and three independent film monster shortly after she made the request. Perry turned up on asking how he could help her with her movie. The two became friends four years later. Don't stop believing turned up again in the two thousand and seven finale of the Sopranos after which it shot right up the I tunes chart becoming be number three selling download twenty four years after its nineteen eighty-one release and the journey revival would only continue from there. It's at that revival did nothing to coax Perry back into public life but eventually he met a woman who would ultimately do so in two thousand and eleven. Patty Jenkins directed an episode of five policy of TV movies about breast cancer and its impact on people's lives. Perry was visiting Jenkins one day when she was editing and he was struck by one of the extras in a scene that featured real cancer patients. It was Kelly Nash. Los Angeles psychologist Perry asked for an email introduction but Jenkins wanted him to know nashes condition before reaching out she had been in remission but her cancer had returned and spread to her lungs and bones. At that moment I had the opportunity to send no email pullback. No harm no foul. Perry told rolling stone. Recently I would just go back to my safe life instead. I said send the email and an email turned into a phone call. That lasted more than five hours and soon enough. The two were living together. They had just a year and a half together before Nash passed away in December of twenty twelve.
"w perry" Discussed on Inside the Studio
"Iheartradio presents inside the studio. I'm your host Joe Leafy now this time around I got to sit down with Steve Perry. Who is the singer for journey provided the soundtrack somewhere between seventy and one hundred and ten million high school? Proms as well as several billion trips down the highway and the final episode of the Sopranos. We talked about his new out. Traces his return to music after a two decade absence. We talked about the loss of a loved one that motivated that return and we talked about the pressures pains that led to that long absence a time when he found he couldn't even listen to music. Let alone make it. When Perry Join Journey in one thousand nine hundred seventy seven? He was twenty six and he'd already been through several bands but never landed an album deal for their part. Journey had already recorded three albums to not much notice. They were technically gifted guitarist. Neil shown and keyboardist great. Rowley had played with Santana and at that point journey was a slightly prog band that saying about walking across the clouds and then backed it up with five or six minutes of Sky Scraping Guitar Solos so they had chops. What they lacked was a rock and roll heart. Barry provided just.
"w perry" Discussed on Inside the Studio
"Iheartradio presents inside the studio I'm your host Joe Leafy? Now, this time around I got to sit down with Steve Perry. Who is the singer for? Journey provided the soundtrack somewhere between seventy and one hundred and ten million high school proms as well as several billion trips down the highway. And the final episode of the Sopranos. We talked about his new out traces his return to music after a two decade absence. We talked about the loss of a loved one. That motivated that return. And, we talked about the pressures pains that led to that long absence a time when he found, he couldn't even listen to music. Let alone make it. When Perry Join Journey in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, seven, he was twenty six, and he'd already been through several bands, but never landed an album deal. For their part journey had already recorded three albums to not much notice. They were technically gifted guitarist. Neil shown and keyboardist great. Rowley had played with Santana. And at that point journey was a slightly prog band that saying about walking across the clouds, and then backed it up with five or six minutes of Sky Scraping Guitar Solos. So they had chops what they lacked was a rock and roll heart. Barry provided just.
"w perry" Discussed on StarTalk Radio
"You're listening to start talk. Looking back to start off from the American Newseum natural history right here in New York City featuring my interview with global pop superstar. Katy Perry, and I ask Katie about her hit song called ET as in extraterrestrial, check it out. So tell me about aliens you. It was about ET was in metaphor was a little metaphor, but that's the thing is like I have an ant farm in there. How do you know we are not an an form equivalent of a species found humidity that found humans, entertaining, and said, let's make a place for them with a think they are free and they put him on earth free. That's why I was on call chain to the rhythm. You know, it's like you think you're free, but we're all chained to the rhythm to the rhythm drink this one's on me, but we're all chained to the rhythm. And so when I look at ants and I just think of an aunt, I just think I'm speck of of sand or I also like sometimes we're that speck of San that like accidentally gets in your mouth and it's like, I can feel that. Big completely there there. I don't like it at all, or I do like it or who knows? But that's why that's what the ant farm in their represents is just like, you know, sometimes we are chained to this idea and constructs and things that we think we should be or things at the world tells us to be like, how do we think I helps. Or can we even think for ourselves? So if one morning you woke up and the ants catapulted themselves out of the end for him, they thought for themselves. Celebrate that, or would you freak out the answer chief consciousness? They realized they were in a matrix and that their creators were humans. Who constructed this prison that they think is a universe unto itself. Could that be us? I'm just gonna impress control, delete on this whole. You guys have an in-form. I didn't sit here. Yeah, yeah, I haven't at farm. I carry it with me everywhere. There it is. They really do them and Grumman data's berry Jones. Tito Marlin and. Yeah, they're making a little pass for themselves and just just live in Levin life. So I thought only kids had informed, but apparently, Charles. Why do you think like this thing? Well, I know that some psychologists that when you're developing as a child, you like to see how other things behave so that you can model you own behavior after them. Oh, but as we grow older, of course, we don't behave like an so I suspect it's more the laws lines of curiosity and trying to see what will happen. It's almost like watching the TV show. You don't know the answer to watching a sporting event where you don't know who's gonna win, and just seeing what develops and that in self is a fascinating thing that allows us to sort of explore behavior. So what do you think of my hypothesis or the plausibility argument that I gave that we could be an form of an intelligent alien species and they establish earth own entertainment to watch us earth. Well, there are plenty of science fiction stories that suggest some similar things like this. Also twenty. How do you are you? Are you with that? Or the rationalist philosopher Rene, Descartes suggested that we would not be able to tell the difference whether or not we were in somebody's and farm or whether they current of cartesian coordinates. That's one, I think, therefore I am that one guy that guy. So when we're thinking about whether or not we are in some sort of other creation, the only thing that matters to us when we're in it is are the rules consistent, right? If I dropped something ten thousand times, will it always fall in the way I predicted or will on the ten thousand first time suddenly flies off into space that inconsistencies? The thing that will tip us off to suggest that there's something non natural going on. Otherwise, the matrix this, but the good. Twice. I get it. S. Katy Perry, what she would do if aliens ever visited us here on earth, maybe they are observing us, but maybe one day they just wanna come down, chill..
"w perry" Discussed on StarTalk Radio
"Interview with pop superstar. Katy Perry, I was delighted to discover that she has deep curiosity from the idea that we all might just be ants living in an ant farm to her total crush on. Is it Newton? So let's do this. Kulu tonight might comedic co host is the one in only six years Mehta. Y'all might nowhere as the former cast member on SNL here. Just so you know, we don't bring on just any comedian to be my co-host a little bit street Greek decreed street. Geek geek crit. Yes. And I understand it. You are named after an alien crystal from one of the original episodes of Star Trek. Yeah. Whoa, parents attractive. It was a episode called by any other name, which is very at. Joining us is my friend and colleague, Charles Lou Charles. Astrophysicist, but that's not why we have on the show really. You're a fountain of knowledge. All things pop culture as well. As s tonight we're featuring my interview with pop star. Katy Perry, she's sold more than one hundred million albums worldwide. She's the number one followed person on Twitter with one hundred million followers. Okay. She's three triple platinum albums, and her latest release is an album called witness in two thousand seventeen. I recently was invited to drop by her pad, her digs in Los Angeles just to hang out and chat about the universe for star talk. Let's check it out. This is Katie. For inviting me to your space. My name, this is it. Lows barking because she wants to ten just like leather. Other are used to walk dogs when I was a kid and I use that money to buy my first telescope. Really? Yes, hey nugget, no parking, good girl. All right. Let's go outside. I am so love what you've done with the excited to talk to you. So thank you so much. Rush, it's called star, talk star talk..
"w perry" Discussed on WLOB
"450 free it's mark with your journey ray add darrell poet talk about whatever's on your mind we're talking about a ruling from a judge apparently as saying now that you you don't have to have a house to have a hole and i've always thought this was kind of interesting because like what about people live at rvs all the time where's their residency well now you're asking a completely different question well i guess we got like residency at a whole were not necessarily the same thing residency as a fixed place my big concern is this i know that a police officer can has a much lower threshold to be able to search your vehicle than they do to search your house correct and uh courts have interpreted that rvs are considered to be homes in that sets as far as searches go the though what is what is it rv by definition i don't have the legal definitions in front of me i just curious as to what does it what's the bed never bed what's the bed is abed bed a large new for bed have to pay because a baby bed is by definition a bad cut a fruit todd also be a seat flattens out is that a bed is this this line of a discussion illustrates the dangerous fantasy of the rule of law the english language is is horrible it's it's incapable or any spoken languages incapable of perfectly describing any kind of idea or thing or anything at all and there are some people like darryl w perry who delight in under in knowing what the prevailing uh opinions are and legal definitions and so forth because i want to know what i canning can't do without some dude with a garden handcarved throwing may get a.