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pisode #35 Le voyage initiatique de la maternit et parentalit avec Bianca Thuot - burst 3
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10 Trivia Questions on 2010s Musicals
"We're going to jump into ten questions on musicals from the two thousand ten's right about now here. We go all right. It's two thousand ten's musical trivia and on this round we are going to give you two songs and the characters who sing those songs in your do. Tell me what musical it is from the last ten years. Here's question number. One world's greatest dad by buddy and never fall in love by jovi. What is that musical with those characters and songs number one world's greatest dad by buddy and never fall in love by jovi an musical number two one perfect moment by campbell and we ain't no cheerleaders by danielle nautica and last sienna number two one perfect moment by campbell and we ain't no cheerleaders by danielle nautica and la sienna number three. That's rich by medha and king of new york by race catherine davie and less number three. That's rich by medha and king of new york by race catherine davie and less number four on your list. We have a song call impossible slash possible by marie and ella. And there's music in you by marie number four impossible by impossible slash. It's it's possible by marie and ella. And there's music and you by marie number five anywhere but here by a character named j m berry and we're all made of stars by the un davis boys number five anywhere but here by j m berry and we're all made of stars by the davis boys and number six. What's inside by jenna. And any and i love you like a table by ogi don and company number six. What's inside by jenna in company and i love you like a table by ogi dawn and company number seven. Belmont avenue by the wop guys. Kala gero at ensemble in these streets spy. Lorenzo sunny rozina an ensemble number seven belmont avenue by the duo guys Kagoro and ensemble and the streets by lorenzo sunny recina and on samba l- three more musical sets of songs and characters to go by. Let's see what you know about number eight. Why don't we get drunk by jd. And ensemble and cheeseburger in paradise by brick. Tammy and ensemble number eight. Why don't we get drunk by jd. And ensemble and cheeseburger in paradise by brick. Tammy and ensemble and number nine. What i know. Now by miss argentina and ensemble and day o the banana boat song by delia. Charles maxi and maxine and number ten cooking montage slash easy peasy by daniel and ensemble and she deserves a real man. By stewart and male ensemble number. Ten cooking montage slash. Easy peasy by danielle daniel and ensemble and she deserves a real man by stewart. Male ensemble all your songs and characters from two thousand ten's musicals for general jenner. We'll be right back in. Just a second with the answers to those musicals. We are back with the answers to two thousand ten musicals. Let's see how well you know the musical of the last decade or so number one world's greatest dad by buddy never fall in love by jovi was elf elf based on the two thousand and three movie. There's a great documentary about how that got made on netflix. It's called the holiday movies that made us go watch. That one is pretty number. Two one perfect moment by campbell and we ain't no cheerleaders bhai danielle nautica in last sienna is bring it on the musical. The cheerleading movie comedy made musical number three. That's rich by medha and king of new york by race catherine davie and last that's newsies newsies about a bunch of newspaper selling boys and number four impossible slash. It's possible marine ella. And there's music in you. By marie that is cinderella the musical which at one time starred my friend gi palmer. I think one of the backup. Replacement cast members of the lead role of cinderella in that movie palmer number four number five in that movie in that musical is what i'm at number five anywhere but here j. berry were all made of stars. The un davis boys. That's finding neverland number five finding neverland and number six. what's inside jenin and company. I love you like a table. Ogi dawn and company. That's waitress a pie. Selling and serving movie made musical waitress number seven belmont avenue and the op guys calogero and ensemble in these streets by lorenzo. Sunny rozina and bill is a bronx tale. A great movie with robert deniro. That was made into a musical about ten years ago and number eight. Why don't we get a drink. The jd and ensemble song and cheeseburger in paradise by brick brick. Tammy and ensemble. That's escape to margarita. Ville jimmy buffett number eight number nine. What i know now. Miss argentina and ensemble day. O the banana boat song. Delia charles maxi maxine and ensemble. If you know the movie you could against this one. It's beetlejuice the musical number nine and number ten last but not least cooking montage an easy peasy with daniel and ensemble and she deserves a real man with stuart and male ensemble. That's mrs doubtfire. Mrs doubtfire and now you know ten questions answers for gen jar about two thousand ten's musicals. Hope he had fun trying to figure those out. We have one more thing for you. Call the fact that the day the fact of the day is the last letter added to the english alphabet wasn't z. It was actually the letter j our tenth letter of the alphabet. Jay was the last one to be added just like hawaii was the fiftieth state. Our last state in the us there. You have it
People are calling out Cardi B for her crowded 28th birthday
"Rolled and Lady douche bag of the day. You Who's your D bag? Rtb ono Cardi B. Everybody loves cardio. You know, I hate this because you know me. I usually love Cardi B but I don't like the choices she's made this week. Oh, so she just celebrated her 28th birthday and birthday. So Cardi b, not 12. Turn down the opportunity to celebrate. Decided to invite a bunch of friends to Las Vegas. For a big birthday party. Um, slight problem. Well, well, problem. Big The term big birthday party scares me a little bit all living there in a pandemic. It's big. I don't know if you've seen pictures from this party. Look here. Yeah, I just opened it right up and tell me what you see. How about this? Yes, Bradley, you be the verbal picture teller. Can you tell our listeners who cannot look at the pictures of cardio bees? 28th birthday shindig in Las Vegas? You tell the people what you're seeing. Oh, was this like from last year? I mean, this is this year. This is her big birthday party in Las Vegas, Nevada. I see literally one person wearing him at like one person, and it's not full. Yeah, on crowd and a chin diaper. It's not actually a mask. You know what I mean? Like they're wearing it low slung. Well, this person isn't Oh, no, that person. You're right. Yes, there was another. There's another picture of somebody wearing it like a chin diaper. Auntie Chin diaper. That's it's a thing. Okay. Anyway, this is a full on party man. Nobody is social dis Nothing. Nobody's wearing a mask. Nothing. Does she literally later? Global pandemic is not going on She to my knowledge. I should double check and see if she's said anything Since these pictures. I want to know what people said on Twitter that card people that when you want to know what people's opinions are on Ah, a certain issue. Just go to Twitter. She she had this party and like, Like I said, like she crammed a bunch of people into a club in the Las Vegas Nevada area. And there was no masks. There was no social distancing there licking each other. By the way, her husband Offset who she filed for divorce from She's giving him a lap dance, okay? So me thinks that perhaps They're not. Getting a divorce. Maybe. I don't know. I don't know what they're up to. In any case. I just thought this sort of like brazen, especially given the fact Bradley do you remember early in the pandemic? Cardi B was like a voice of reason. She was like, guys. Everybody wear the mask. It's not that hard, like do this stuff because That's what we're doing. But I do know that when she filmed her her I don't know. We don't know for calling it lapper wop video. That's how old and out of that old and out of touch we are. She did you know, they kept everything on lock down like they Everybody was tested repeatedly, etcetera, etcetera, etcetera. So then, looking at these pictures, I think to myself I bet that that's the excuse. I bet that they tested Everybody there. I mean, that could be because one thing we do know is that People with resource is in this moment have access toe tests that not everybody else does. And then I want everybody to sit for a second and think about how nice it would be to be able to, like, I don't know. Have a holiday with your whole family. But, yeah, it's so interesting. So I'm looking at some people are calling it out on Twitter, but it doesn't seem like there's any particular call out happening. I'd be curious what she has to say about it. I mean, and she very well may say nothing, which is also like her prerogative, right? Like She can just decide. You know, at any given time, like I don't really feel like addressing that at all. So she might just not say anything. And then again, she might. She might come out and give us every good reason why It was a okay for her to have a birthday party for herself. I do see a lot of headlines like of you. Google Cardi B Birthday party. You get a lot of Party B comes under fire from fans hosting huge party Cardi B. Slam for Pak birthday party fans or slamming Cardi B for showing off her huge something. Oh birthday party. And I do find it interesting that it looks like the photos that she published or just her. You know, not like the Oh, no. She actually posted that photo that I am Cardi B posted that photo that group photo one with all the people in there all she's on the floor. I don't understand why, but I mean Who knows? She did post a picture of the next day of her walking in a bikini, and she was like I'm walking down because I'm still drunk. So like she had a time like she definitely had a time. Just like that. I'm not comfortable with that. Not at all. You know, I don't have to be Yeah, No, everybody gets to make their choice. But then I think about all the people that were flying in and out for that and one of the person one of the persons one of the people who showed up with Kylie Jenner. We talked about this a little bit and then dirt alert. Update. But that woman Is Trying very hard to be friends of Cardi B O for sure, Right? Eso? Yes, because she she likes attention. They will have you know that she took her own private jet. To Las Vegas to go to this party, and then she and her friends got back on the jet, and they partied on her jet. Which, if that is not something that Sounds so foreign. I don't know what is Right. Like when was the last time you partied on your private jet? Bradley, zero of Ah, Any Who's he? What's he listen like? I just the thing that there's like cognitive dissonance because Party B was an early voice of You know, pay attention to the rules do the things you need to dio where a mask, she said all those things out loud, but then to see her acting. Exactly the opposite is a little bit frustrating, and I'm sure for fans And and non fans alike, Right? Yeah, I think it's you know. It's It's a different thing to say like I think it's you know, everybody is going to judge so that's totally fine. And when it comes to celebrities, we judge like nobody's business. Cove. It is a little different because everybody has like their own boundaries, And sometimes things are when you're in one place. The recommendations might be different than another. But this doesn't seem like shades of great. I mean, this just seems it's quote. It's so obvious. I just think about all the people like I don't care about the I should say I don't care. I am less concerned about the health of the people who are choosing to do this. And the people who have to work to make that party happened, like, think of all, and I do think this is I should be really careful because I don't like to get into political conversations. But she has made some political statements that would lead you to indicate she cares very much about people who are less fortunate and don't have resource is right. And I would just like to remind her that all of the people that work at the place that she threw her party probably don't have a choice to go to work. And put themselves at risk with a bunch of people not wearing masks ready. So I think that to me is a fair criticism. I think that's actually a really good point. Your right. I mean, the people who are they're working in the situation. And actually if you scroll down and look at some more of the pictures You will see guards, you know, like bodyguards that are there that are masked. You will see people who are clearly implicitly. And the problem is because I can hear some people saying Well, you know, the employees are massed in there, Baba. Did it really kind of doesn't matter when you're in a big room, right? And it looks like they're in like a big party room or something. It's the combination of masking and social distancing and hand washing. It's it's all you have to kind of aliens. All the prongs of the attack, If you like, I don't know. I feel like we've seen somewhere recently where a bunch of people were together. You know that sounds really familiar. I can't. Yeah, but yeah, but But but But we do hear these stories of people all being piled up together. And then they mask super spreader events, right? Even if you're outside and this looks like it's an indoor event, and they're all sort of Yeah. I don't know. Card E B. I'm disappointed in you. I'm sad about it because they usually love everything She does. But this was this was a miss for me. Party B.
Thousands Of Airline Workers Facing Unemployment As Aid Package Stalls In Congress
"Is the airline industry. Air travel demand is down a wop a whopping 70% from last year and tens of thousands of airline pilots, flight attendants, a reservation agents and other industry workers are poised to lose their paychecks next week if Congress doesn't extend federal aid for airlines. NPR's David Shaper reports. A nation's airlines are at a crossroads. Or maybe I should say cross runways at the start of the year. On average about 2.5 million people were flying every day. Now that's plummeted to around 700,000, and until there are widely available vaccines or treatments for covert 19. Most passengers won't be coming back any time soon. You can't run an airline that a third the size it was and expect to keep all the same people. Elaine Backer is an airline industry analyst for investment Bank Cowan. I feel like in this country we've shifted from flattening the curve to waiting for a cure or a vaccine, and and that just means the pain is going to be longer in the cares act, Congress provided $25 billion a direct payroll support to the airlines so they could keep paying their employees through the end of September. Already, tens of thousands of workers have taken early retirement or other incentives to leave their jobs. But now the airlines air notifying another 75,000 that they may be out of a job. October 1st getting that for letter in the mail. Completely shocking. Isaiah Gonzalez is an aircraft maintenance worker for united at New York's LaGuardia Airport. The first thing that came to mind with how I was going to support my family people who depend on me. How was I going to keep the income? I was going to keep the family afloat, and Gonzalez is not alone. Me. Getting fellow is like this devastating. Tony Valentine is a reservations agent for United Airlines in Detroit. I have six that depend on me Arrange it age from 2 to 22, Valentine says. That's a houseful with a whole lot of bills. In addition, she says her husband suffered a serious stroke last year. And knowing that I may not have insurance to finishes is like I feel like I failed often at loggerheads. The unions representing these and other airline employees are now in rare harmony with airline CEOs in pressing Congress for a six month extension of the payroll support program. The industries in dire straits Nick Calio heads the industry group Airlines for America at one point Passenger traffic was down 96%. It's now down 70%. Still, one third of our planes are parked not flying, and we're losing $5 billion a month. The airlines unions and bipartisan majorities in Congress agree that the six months of payroll support worked in keeping airline employees off of unemployment rolls. In the tens of thousands of layoffs now might send shockwaves through the economy. Missouri Congressman Sam Graves is the ranking Republican on the House Transportation Committee. We absolutely cannot let an entire sector of the economy collapse, and that's exactly what will happen if we do not get this extension done yet. The airline funding is tied to broader Corona virus relief that the White House and Congress cannot agree upon. Here's American airline CEO Doug Parker. I just can't believe that we may not be able to do the right thing. Simply because our elected officials can't come to any sort of compromise agreement were better in that. Still, someone of providing billions Warren taxpayer money doesn't just put off the inevitable as airlines will need to restructure to match the reduced demand. Legislation that would extend payroll support for the airlines was introduced in the Senate this week. But if it isn't passed soon, thousands of airline employees may be out of work One week from today. David Shaper NPR news
SushiSwap Has Officially Migrated Away From Uniswap After a Week of Ups and Downs
"So sushi swamp has been one of the most dramatic events in defy recently, which is saying alive because it's been an extremely eventful summer a couple of weeks ago Sushi swap forked the code of swap, which was at that point by far the largest decentralized exchange or automated market maker. However Sushi swap introduced a token on top Sushi, which would reward both liquidity providers and token holders. Then the main dove behind Sushi swab named chef. No, me cashed out after. Generating a lot of interest in the project and a lot of money for him or herself right after Sam. Bank men freed the CEO of a cryptocurrency. Derivatives Exchange. He was behind a project that is building decks on a competing boxing called Salona made a proposal to build support for Sushi swap on Salona. And then. Because of the outcry over how chef nomi cashed out chef, no media was forced to hand over the Admin keys to Sam, and then finally after all that there was a migration took place of liquidity from UNICEF hop over to Sushi's FAV. And in the end one point, two, billion dollars ended up on Sushi swap while UNICEF wop was left with four hundred million
"wop" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"All right back to judge wop Now. She she had people on the state. Come on. Let me call her that for released today. You get today. You hated even Johnny hates it. Tio. Yeah. Of also, according to the selections and Herald leader account her violations included pushing out a female employee so she could hire a man with whom she was getting jiggy with it. And see that's a problem. You can't do that. You're bringing your business, your fun bidness into your real business. And in the old days in the World War two. They call that pooping in your mess kit. They used a different word, but that's what that is. Ooh, I don't like that. You shouldn't do that. That doesn't make any sense. Very good today. Who would do that? Where's my lunch box? I need to go to the bathroom. Yeah, Who would do that? Anyway. Yeah, don't do that. So she brought on this guy and he was like a Christian minister guy, which is always the That's the strangest thing about first yet, Yeah, I'm all about religion and faith and love and telling you how to live and that they didn't own By the way. I'm sleeping with this judge. Tell these things work out back to a judge Wop Dawn Gentry. She was ah. Her violations included. Approving pay for employees when they were working on her campaign or doing other non court work. You can't do that. Come on. No, that's an easy one. Come on. Filing a misconduct complaint against a lawyer who had cooperated with the commission's investigation. Hello? Oh, so you're talking to them, huh? She first told the commission. She was not involved in a sexual or romantic relationship with a male employee. But then later admitted it was alive. Just what you were saying. Oh, yeah, I was doing that I was doing that Mac yet whipped cream. Part of that story. No, that is not true. But we were Yes, we were together. Yeah, it was great jelly and The commission also noted that this is so embarrassing to for judged on gentry. Ex judged on Gentry. That she had a hidden folder on her cell phone with pictures of men's genitalia. Oh, no, I'm sorry. The only reason I brought that up is because you know that the standard names of the files they give your folders that give you Oh, and your email often there's always one that says junk. Wouldn't that be perfect man? That's good sync mail. Yeah, all like male junk mail. There it is. No, man. No, she didn't come on. No one had a problem with any of her rulings. She presented witnesses who said she is a competent judge. But they said Sorry, sister, You've got to go. Yeah, He can't be paying your people for things that aren't in the court. Come on. Ethics commissions ruled that you must judge must maintain the dignity of the office, avoid actual and perceived and propriety and aspire to act in ways that ensure public confidence in their integrity, Independence. Impartiality, incompetence. That's pretty much the hoops that we have to jump through to be broadcasters. Yes, it is, and we live to those standards so she should tell.
Women, Agency, & Pleasure
"I'm sure by now you've seen and heard the news release from Cardi B. in May called wop. Well, of course, everybody in their Mama has an opinion about this own. So we had to chat about what it all means and Dr Lex Brown James is back with us to join the conversation. Dr lex is an Amazon bestselling author of these are my is this is my nose. This is my vulva. These are my toes and is a licensed marriage and family therapist in a certifies sexuality educator supervisor. When not in therapy she contracts with organizations regarding reproductive justice and accessible comprehensive. In Anti Oppressive Sexuality Education. Dr Lexin I, chatted about the stereotypes that are often invoked in commentary about black. Women's sexuality. The. Importance of agency in sexual liberation. How. Respectability politics are used to shame black women and how we can unpack our own shame around sexuality to encourage healthier attitude towards sexuality for our children. If anything resumes with you all join this episode. Please share with us on social media using the HASHTAG. TB In session. Here's our conversation. Thank you so much for joining us again today Dr Legs. Thank you for having back I. Love it here. We, are always happy to have you back. I really use you slide into my deals like, Hey, you know we talk about this. You created the perfect platform. So, tell me likes what was your initial reaction to the visuals as well as audio. In my chest, my reactions were. Still. Got It. That's what I thought initially like I could drop down get back up and I didn't out nor did I di- I was really proud of myself. Out of that. And it was so free nervous. The nineties Misao Josiah, I, grew up in Atlanta I grew up in college park. So here in Franks key on the radio was normal and regular everyone was like look at this homage homage and that was unexpected and then all the commentary and it's all based on this over sexualization of women and I was like, okay let's see the skull but everybody only defaulted to the over sexualization of the black woman based on this. Stereotype. The stereotype is the idea that. Lack, women typically our class figured lighter skin and with some tape of nine kinky hair, the the the Mulatto type woman is sexually overt and think a Karma Jones right. So Carmen in that movie would be the idea of a jazz about but people forget the conversation where. Black women and their relation also centralized as mammy. So fat dark skinned black women who have kinky hair who are considered not necessarily sexual, right? Because they're not the Jacksonville and yet they reproduce and take care of children. They are the form other four People Gov as the Welfare Queen, they're having tax they're producing but certainly seen as very sexual, and then there's also the Sapphire and the Sapphire is comes from and Andy rate in it's considered that kind of ball buster type woman who is like all well, you can't handle me and. Attitudinal and maybe like a clair huxtable, I will tell you when we will be together in this way and then there's the superwoman. So the Black Superwoman, this idea that women can make a dollar out of fifteen cents, take your communities in their children and their partners and their job and every. Old In an amazing and they're never exhausted or tired always pleasant attitude and the considered asexual right because there are so strong and they don't even need sex and nobody's willing to really them because they don't need have this. Physical pleasure or satisfaction lives. All of these other stereotypes? The only one that people went to focus on was the jets as I pigeonholing. So what do you think that is do you think that people aren't even aware of all these other stereotypes? Be Aware but I don't think that their sexuality is as amped up and I think that a black woman in charge of her own sexual pleasure is scary for some folks. We have a lot of shame I was personally told as a child to call maybe China pocketbook Zionist, governor. Yeah You keep your pocketbook close and you keep it off the floor. Right those are the two things you learned and I was like. That's interesting. Why would it ever be on the floor but the idea that if you had his own sexual pleasure, your type of Ho, your some type of one time and. over-centralised homequote not wifey material right and so I don't think the other ones get as much play because they are somewhat more acceptable.
"wop" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Public health tools or one for people who are sick to stay away from others. We call this process quarantine. It is approximately six hundred years old and two for everyone to wash their hands with substance that kills virus. We call the soap and it is approximately four thousand years old. If you see anyone washing their hands improperly I recommend you come up behind them and abruptly yell use the so people thanks for continuing to make show it helps and from greer Henderson in Chattanooga Tennessee just wondering when you will be able to start doing corona virus diagnoses via the telemedicine clinic in your attic. No Rush. I've just had this dry cough. Ever since my crews return from the Sea of Japan in March I WANNA make sure. I don't put anyone at risk when I go to bars this weekend. And Lot of your petition for detailed Chitchat about the littles quarantine situations. I've decided to acquiesce in right. You an email since Tornados swept in north Georgia and East Tennessee last week. We've been without power. This power restored now. I'm sure if you'd like to know what it's like to not only be barred from leaving your house but also not able to watch. Tv Cook Dinner. Get on the computer. See what you're doing after about eight. Pm just imagine any normal time you've lost power for a day or so but this time you haven't left your house in a month. I had a phone interview this morning. Which the interviewer apologized going. The original time constraints they estimated. I told them listen. I don't care at all. I have no power. I can't leave my house. What else am I supposed to be doing right now? Thank you for doing the podcast. I won't say your essential because that's a little bit much but honestly I do love listening to you in the familiar. Voices of the show scrape around for something noteworthy to discuss. Don't stress if the content isn't there we listened to you describe the layout of your workspaces until buster on these cows come home. It's really nice if you're out a new bike night everyone is always do wear white. Could I say something you just did but gone a little bit from down in Macon Georgia? I the bronze liberace shot In a slim and thought Mississippi dicks managed by to back. Hey Bob Way and is on this date. I'm how you draw keys off man..
"wop" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"The bagels deal and the gang forty eight nineteen. Th Avenue Open every single day of the week from seven to three. Pm Stop By and you will love it. Yes get some food. Take it out. Go home and Tom Allen. Ken Georgia I think I now know the answer to the question of what I have missed the most during the quarantine period. I miss hearing you read emails from Mike in Burke. Virginia I'll know that all is well in the world when Mike goes back to busting chops of our favorite one percenter. I wish you and all of your listeners. Good Health and extend to you my thanks for keeping the lights on the Audio village at you've nurtured over the past three decades. I'd write more but I'm headed out to get a tattoo before I go bowling when in Rome and he writes Rome Georgia of course and as if we had this plan from Mike in Burke. Virginia I do enjoy the camp stories. I went to camp at Nike and North Hero. Vermont on an island in the middle of Lake Champlain. And the counselors would tell us that we could feel free to run away but only if we were really good at swimming are big event was Olympic Day as many counters came from overseas teams. Were identified by the native land. Counselor I can still remember glorious triumphs wearing the colors of Ivory Coast. And I can still to this day seeing the Ivory Coast folk song. We were taught for the closing ceremony. I've always been curious about what the words meant and a bit fearful. That's really a diatribe about somebody's mother's personal matters. Jamie Julian in Columbia Maryland. Genus is eating. If social media's any indication the littles are having a Cova snack down of epic proportions so crank the wolf spider and rack. These SNACKS JEN. Baba's absolutely destroying pint after pint peanut Butter Cup and Caramel crunch ice cream. Eric was spam and Cheddar Omelette. Recipe isn't as good as a batter deep fried chicken head but he's trying bread. Weiss's pathological baking obsession has yielded massive amounts of sour dough bread and BAGELS. Check that man for Candida Mike from Burke Sipping Bowman brothers Bourbon and as always thinking unkind thoughts classic s for me. I just ate a can of storebrand slice black olives with my fingers and I'm chasing them down with gas station wind that even Luke russert wooden drink and that's what I call a snack down. Rack me on out from Kenny Ray. In Fort Walton Beach Florida. Who A lot and makes me happy my rock bottom moment in the current shelter in place watching the Hulu in bed with a double Martini. Dry Microwave popcorn. Gummy bears and Charleston. Choose I'M NOT PROUD FROM DEREK. Lips and a colonel in the United States Army Special Forces who's in Abilene Kansas. Please don't call my mom. She no clue who you are. And if she did she probably wouldn't like you anyway. They asked me to do that. From Chuck Seligman a wing Chaplain in Air Force Base in Italy. Greetings from Italy..
"wop" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Know for about eighty games. They've heard seventy eight to eighty two somewhere in that range. Obviously the big question is going to be Can they do it? You know is going to be cleared by the state states. They're going to be cleared by the health department. Is GOING GONNA BE You know the testing going to be available to make this happen. What happens if somebody has positive? There's a lot of things that are going to have to go into this before we even get to the fact that then Major League Baseball and the Players Association are going to have to sort out the financial side of it because if there are no fans in the stands you know yes. The teams have given guaranteed contracts these players. But that's under the presumption that there's normal revenue streams and you know most teams. I think the estimate I saw was about thirty. Forty percent of their revenue comes from tickets and confession parking and everything else. So you know. There's no fans in the stands. I don't see how the owners can open their stadiums to the players. Have Games pay them? You know a pro rated on their full salaries at not lose a ton of money. Do you think I mean Adam? Silver shutdown all of sports in America. There was no step in between playing and not playing at all. Do you think that baseball will have steps in between accommodate positive by Serb? Erm some people and they won't shut down the entire thing if that happens or is that the model we will see in baseball as well mark will. I think there was GONNA be a plan in place. Of course you know what Adam Silver shut down the NBA at all sports when Rudy. Gobert has positive. This was a new thing. There was no way to that. There was no testing yet. There was no Sort of plan in place. They're going to have to go into this with a plan in place of what happens if somebody has positive. Do you have to quarantine Minotaur team You know if players are being tested daily basis or every other day every other day basis. Maybe they don't have to but I'm I'm not nearly smart enough to be able to tell you what what's GonNa Happen if somebody has positive and what You know the the realistic expectations are what would happen at that point. You don't WanNa have baseball. Start and stop. You don't want to have any sports start and stop you. WanNa have a plan. In place that accommodates the ability to finish. It's going to be much easier for hockey and basketball. Because they have so few games to go and it leads to this question. I'll get you out here on this. Whoever is crowned champion this year? If there is a champion do you think it will count? You know you think it'll count in the same way. I think it will. I mean you look at other seasons that have been shorten whether you're talking about the eighty. What baseball season. Nobody questions that. The dodger won the world series that year. You know the Redskins have one in strike years. Those nave counted So you know if there's certain say at least a half a season which is what it appears they're aiming for I. Don't you know as long as it's a real playoffs in Iraq and all of a sudden play a single elimination tournament to decide the world series? you know as long as the playoffs are a regular Sort of format even if they they boosted to fourteen teams this year. But that wouldn't you don't stop it from being best of seven championship or the world series. I wouldn't think I think you would look at them as a legitimate champion. Thank you so much for being on. I'm sorry to have dwelled on Camp Westmont for that length of time. It made me very happy to do that. Thank you. I'll talk to you soon. It made me very happy to Tony. Thank you very much just wonderful. Just wonderful we'll be back with the male and a jingle. I'm.
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"Kornheiser show he panama making Georgia one tall cell? That's it let me repeat that sentence for in case you didn't hear it Montale Sally. She's built for speed. You've got everything uncle John Needs. Oh baby yeah little. Richard is just so good again. This is not the song. This is not Tutti fruity. But all of little Richard can be summed. Up In these words Bob Blue Blob. Bamboo Mark Mindset set of Major League Baseball DOT COM or MLB DOT COM average pronounced and said joins us. And we're GONNA talk about baseball. We're GONNA talk about this latest attempt. The Difference Between Baseball and all other sports is baseball on a. You know almost daily basis leaks new plan to another writer and says this is how we're going to do it and then people go doesn't sound good. They say okay. We'll be back with another plan in forty-eight hours but we will get to all of those things but more important most important is finally in Rhode wrote an email the other day in which he mentioned Camp Westmont and the Orsini in and I went and I said to Michael did. Did we know that he went there? Because that's camp cuma in its second. Iteration became Camp Westmont owned by some guy named MARV scooting. Is that the right to have that name right. Mark Marv scooting you know. He have the silent partner. Fred Moskowitz and Jack Pinski. Where the odors? When I was there. I don't know those aims at all. They're both long island guys. I think Frederick from Merrick lived in Merrick and Jack was somewhere in east meadow or somewhere around there and Fred. Ross now runs the camp like those go. There now is it. It's not called Westmont though is it. It's called Independence Lakers well in nineteen ninety-three big big Camp Wayne County history. In Nineteen ninety-three Camp Westmont ninety two moved across the lake to where the ECHO lark used to be okay and Westmont still existing but on the other side and I know that camp well because I went there and wrote a story about that camp in nineteen eighty and my friends. Seth Margulis remains my friend to this day from that period of time. So Echo lark is now Westmont is now and what is Kiama Independent? Lake right something like that or I believe that's correct. Yes and it's owned by South Africans and it became a circus camp. The circus camp wrote a few different iterations circus camp computer camp. It was They've they've they've done a bunch of different things over on that side of the lake on westbound continues to run as a regular You know youth summer camp. Just take sixteen okay. So let's understand how this works. Camp Huma was in worse in Pennsylvania. The across the lake across this lake where Camp Echo lock is or Camp Westmont now is in point tell Pennsylvania. These are different places. These small little towns towns with thirty or forty or fifty people in them. I have gone through my camp cumin stories a million times most important to me is. How did you get there? I mean how did you get? Did you get there is a camper? Did you get there as a council? Was it an eight week camp? A six week camp to we. How did how did you get there? And then we're GonNa talk about the Orson in it was eight week camp I got there because my stepbrother. Gone there the year before Not sure how he got there but I got there through him so I started a camper in Nineteen eighty-four I eight summers as a Camper. And a waiter on on the on the grounds from eighty four ninety one and then when they moved across the ninety two. That was my first years a and I did three summers as a counselor there which is where I became intimately familiar with your Senate okay. So a little bit of geography for people who don't care about it but I will explain when you when you got off route seventeen in Hancock New York which is the way if you went from long island door New York City you got to the camp you got off routes seventeen handcock New York and you got on. I think three seventy that may have been the you got on three seventy you crossed into Pennsylvania. You went about eight or nine miles And then you've got on one seventy one you made a right hand turn onto one seventy one. You went about a half a mile yet. Another right hand turn into a dirt road and you went into camp and you did this. You made a right hand. Turn onto this road and on your right hand. Side was doyle's general store in across the street was the Medvedev dairy farm. Which was the cows there? Of course the James Watson. The flying vet didn't have to fly there he just had the walk there to take care of those cows. If you made a left hand turn and not made a right hand. Turn past oils. General store which may not have existed mark. When you were there may not have. If you made a left hand turn a little bit up on a hill about three hundred feet from that. Intersection was something called. Eddies eddies was a bar in a restaurant and even a rooming house of sorts. Though God knows why anybody would have stayed there. I am unfamiliar completely with the Orsini and it did not exist. When I left there and I was the last time I was there was one thousand. Nine hundred seventy before you were born. That was the last time I was there. Did Eddie's become the horses or the or sit in another place entirely the Orion was on three seventy so if you had just stayed on three seventy and gone past echo lark which is now westmont about two miles past the camp you'd make a left And the name was right there. And that was the The establishment of choice for counselors at Camp Westmont. From the time I was a camper through the time I was a counselor and was what did you. What did you get? Was it a pizza joint? Was it one of those places where they had the slim Jims and the eggs that were in Formaldehyde for ten in twenty years that people dared each other to eat like me. Yeah was it like that. It was bad had rooms on the second floor that you can stay. Which was hidden this. This is okay so this is that place that I'm talking about a bar. There was a bar on the on the ground floor right and they did make bar pies and hot having cheese sandwiches and stuff like that But that was counselors went on their nights off that was our local our local drinking establishment and You know when I went back after I was finished as a counselor and I would go back. In the following. The summers visit my friend. We weren't allowed to stay on campus. That's obviously a you know younger for the kids. Have random people stay on so we would stay at the Orson end so it was You know you wouldn't stay there alone but with two or three other guys. You felt like it was all right all right. So that's the that's the place I'm talking about. Which is basically a brown brick place that had been there since one thousand nine hundred thousand five or something like that. I'm sure we're thinking about the same thing. When I was at the camp. We drove all the way to handcock because in those days Pennsylvania. The Legal Age for drinking was twenty one and in New York so we drove to handcock and had beers or something like that which is very dangerous to drive home in terrible fog on these one lane roads. Half in the bag was not a smart. Do I have to admit lots of deer on those as well? They hazard as well. Yeah the Orthon in Pennsylvania. The drinking agent both save twenty one When I was a counselor but you manage to find your way around those limitations you. When you had to wouldn't is the last time you went back to that area. Well my kids now attend west. Okay so you go up there. We go up there in the last last weekend in July every year for parent's weekend and they do an alumni day on Sunday after visiting day So I go up there every week every year for a weekend and it's it's pretty much the highlight of my year. And do you do you play does the Lake Lorraine Golf course still exist a nine hole lake lorraine golf courses up. I haven't played there in a very long time. But he's on our days off once in a while around. Yeah it was great great little course and of course when you're eighteen you don't know any better so they worked out just fine. So that's why he went on a date on days off we we went to either Monticello Binghamton Binghamton or scranton or are we were sort of right in the middle so You Know Scranton by the time that we We were there as counter. They had all the all the necessities he inter- nineteen year old. Which was a movie theatre a bowling alley a mall and a few fast food joints no big intended. Scranton where the two big the two big day off destinations. I'm thrilled that this is where you went to camp. Just thrilling to me right now right now. The question of whether summer going open this summer is probably the hottest topic in my house and the house of every Family that sends their kids to sleep away camp because You know I've been saying right now. That's a huge question. Mark and you know. I love the fact that my kids have embraced Westmont and love the camp experience as much as I did. And we're all keeping our fingers crossed that they figure something else that I hadn't thought about that but you're right. What do you think is going to open which is more realistic to think about summer camp for baseball by July first by July first I would say baseball is more is more likely than Than than summer camp only because summer camps have already Pushed their potential opening a little later than that. But there's hope for both. Yeah so tell me about baseball because as I said now it's down to eighty games. Now it's down to three geographic timezone circumstances now. It's the latest plan. You play a whole series. You play all the game. Six Games against one team. I think the players are screaming about money or I don't know how it works What are your thoughts to what of baseball? We'll see if we see it. Well I think it's going to be some sort of amended Schedule obviously in terms of number of games and and the opponents like you said it could be situation you play I think the latest thing the there four series against your division teams and two series each against teams from other leagues division like Nationals would play all the teams four times and then they would play. The aliens teams twice each presumably. Wanted each home ballpark You.
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"He quit on us. It was devastating but also Tony Seekers. Great in this thing. He's great he's reading also said we said loved them not in his character exactly and that's why they fight right crying in the speech. Let me just say this look? People say You know so much about Jordan and this team and why are they so different? Tell me a lot of teams. Have things like playing time? They argue over in shots. And whose team is votto have stuff. That's small the stuff they had was enormous. The mini dramas are enormous and and so much of it lasted for so long. And it's relevant again because Jordan has said now. Here's why I am like I am and you can. You can take it or you can get out. And when he does man. You realize there just aren't that many people willing to show that part of the cells even if the attempt is to make you understand. It's it's it's really quite good and by the way. I can listen to be Armstrong forever. He's listened to him. Tony I wrote this comes off a ship come off because Bj how about when Bj beat his shot and he goes after looking at it looking at it over then. Bj says he's Jordan. I know all I had was a moment. Knew you got killed their next game short and killed him but BJ and horace grant because they the Tony. They knew who they are. You talked about Charles Barkley last week saying for the first time I do it. That's right so. Bj Horse understood. They could be the part of huge of a huge. The famous team. Starters beating on an star voted by fan but all in all star. But those guys new. I'm GonNa take this moment now. J. May get me. He would come to get me. In fact he will go he will he will give this moment and it just would be. J. Our people understand this look Jordan called when he when baseball was GONNA end he was gonNA come back. Who Do you call be? And I've I've long felt A. Dj was really his best friend on the team. Bj and Steve Kerr. The BJ you know was earlier and I always felt those guys those guys and clearly. Bj was his best friend. Beat Armstrong is a guy if you if you get lost somewhere to sit and listen to somebody tell stories to talk about what he does or or be curious about what you do be. Armstrong is like on my shortlist of people to have that with. I've known that about him. I figured like him. I'm glad you do. I think neely I liked it. I mean I know we spent a lot of time talking about it. It's the only thing that we have live. The ratings have been great and and I was. You know the first six episodes there and the last really. Yeah the last two really liked on actor this well. I'm not invested in it. I didn't grow up there. I I'm not you know people I I. I'd say ninety five percent of the people who are watching these numbers you mentioned enough Chicago. Yeah but I mean I'm watching. I'm watching it because it's out there I just didn't I didn't care but I sat and watched seven and eight hold holding on a phone and I just said. Wow you know. This is the those. Were good all right. I'll talk to you later. We're going to do and I'll talk to you later. Wilpon boys and girls what we got marked. Fine San join us when we return. That's right right on this. Yes mark. Fine San that's right. I'm.
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"This is Andy Brand Chris in Louisville loses pal submits. This says Andy Is Louisville based Country Blues Singer. Songwriter was about to kick off a tour when every bar and restaurant shut down almost overnight unlike chatter the shutdown we also coming from a mile away. Please give them a listen if you enjoy. Music support him by going to his website at Andy. Brenton DOT COM. Which song is this seven minutes away? That's right forty seven minutes away this very good very very. It's terrific very good. Andy Brenton so he plays in. Michael Wilbon Wilpon is in Arizona. I was fortunate enough to get out to play golf yesterday. And everybody who I saw said the same thing they said is woman ever coming home and I said I. I'm not sure I'm not sure. And they said well Matt is to have to go back to school at some point. I said Yeah but they got schools in Arizona. This could be this could be it. Are you ever coming Home Yay Tony? I just I don't know when and I don't I don't know when what I'm learning I think is I. You know the question I never. I never lived here. I spent time here Book could I live here? Yeah I mean that's what I've learned I think But you know their conditions. I mean you you you spend some time somewhere under optimum conditions. You always think you could do. These obviously are not on conditions. And that's all that's right. Still I find myself just immensely joying enjoying being out here relative to you. Know the context that we were living in so You know at some point but not not not now not when you guys have in the sporty and raining sideways on some days and may no. I'm not interested in that like now. Has it gotten really hot yet in Arizona? It's been it was really hot last week. We're supposed to get just unbelievably perfect chamber of Commerce. We this week where it's in double digits and Upper. I live Which is you know people say Scottsdale. Yes all Scott feels not the same as long strip of land community. So if you're down in the valley of Scottsdale Old Town a lot of people think of that. Then it's it's sometimes often ten degrees warmer down there. That is here. So the high supposed to be in the mid nineties down there mid eighties up here the whole like a week to ten days so very much looking forward to that You could just be outside. You be outside in your own home you can be outside so yes I. It was a fortunate decision. I think to philosophy conman be And it was only this. There's been now what seven weeks I think for me so long time there. Are there any changes many governmental changes any policy changes? What's happened in Arizona? It's opening up You know it's not you know we're we're not we're opening up thome we. We don't have as you know you spend enough time here that this is not a place where youngsters flock basically when you see people in the twenties. If visiting their grandparents are their right and I say that with some exaggeration but not too much Tony so so when it opens up. It's not my Georgia or even Florida where people are rushing out like I so I went to my favorite Chinese restaurant here in Scottsdale. Is You know that's Food Lynn. Back but here. There's a similar restaurant that I adore going to Chinese food and I was willing to pick up you know on Saturday night and I said to the owner manager. I said so. When are you guys? GonNa Open up. This things can open up here in in in dining Establishments can take place here again tomorrow. Tuesday and he said it may be a month to even though he can open it. And that's what we've found finding it a lot of places. A lot of places have been opened but people aren't just flocking outside or to go there outside to go to establishments because it's an older community. People are saying okay. Let's see what happens. Let me see how we're GONNA try? This emphasize this trickle. So just because the policy allows you to open. Doesn't mean people here have said all right fleeing the doors open. That's not the way this place works. Yeah the each community each community probably each place probably does that on their own which is smart the more highly densely populated areas. You would hope people would lay back a little bit but I you know. I don't know how it's GonNa let me let me get to. Don't we don't yeah. Let's get to the Jordan documentary because there were a lot of things in the Jordan documentary. This time I had been privately. A critical is a wrong word. But I mean I've been sort of kept at arm's length by the lack of linear quality of it that it always shifts back and forth in time and I never know really where I am. I never know which team Jordan is playing for but episodes seven and eight were to me decidedly better just by miles than everything that had come before because it really concentrated on Michael Jordan. There were a few moments in this in particular to moments one at the end of episode seven. Where he just said Nope. We're GONNA take a break now when he was trying to explain and rationalize and justify why was the way he was and just you know he just said look. That's the way I play. You don't play that way. Don't play that way. And they took the earpiece out and he said break price was how will look. We started and it was the best. It was the best of of Jordan. First of all was the best because I talked to Michael enough to know this why he did it. This way said yes. People say why. Why do you say yes now? Because he wants. He wants to attempt to explain to people why he is. Who is that? They could've Scott the documentary right. There and I would have been satisfied. Really you know what I mean satisfy yea I I you know I feel differently about different parts because they are the things I particularly as a Chicago with someone who grew up a fan There are other parts but when he says winning is winning has a price. I picked up a notebook as if I was thirty years old and that was covering them. I picked book knowing you have to talk about it and write about it. Talk about it on camera last night and the funny thing was when I said that Scott impelled had done the same thing at the at the phrasing the intensity of winning has a price and basically he said I have dragged people who don't want to be dragged I have pushed people challenge people who don't want to be pushed and somebody had to figure out how to say this. I don't even know if they'll let the paragraphs stay in. I wrote a column which will appear on on. Espn DOT com the undefeated. Maybe there now for all I know And it I I I. I had to go somewhere. Which is Jordan Holding that baseball bat? And he's he's pounding back into his hand. He's in the locker room and talking about how I have to drive people to winning. And he's got the cigar in his mouth. If you if Chicago has ever been your home you have no choice. But to think I'm saying this carefully advisedly give no choice but to think of Al Capone. Yeah I knew you were going on here. Yeah and then particularly Jason robards portrayal of Capone in Saint Valentine's Day massacre. You know choice but to think about is during chops on a cigar and has the bat in his hand and I. I please forgive me for saying that and I mentioned that they'd be taken out be may take refuge out because they take it out. It's the White House now. It's the right reverend. Yeah but but it is a certain image and then Jordan the way he just the waking vanquished bj Armstrong and. Horace grant his former teammates because they dared to challenge him even in the field of battle. It is so great would Jordan. There's there's a couple of other moments where Jordan begins to laugh at watching Gary. Payton say that he could guard him. And you wouldn't live just starts laughing and puts the IPAD down and there was an an unbelievable poignant moment where they win the championship for the first time since James Jordan had been killed and he Michael Jordan goes on the ground and weeps now people may have seen that before but it was very very skillfully done in this again episode. Seven and eight and the baseball stuff is great episodes. Seven and eight are so good. Well good let's go. Let's go back to Jordan on weeping. Seen the video of that 'cause that video was somehow they that was allow that we've seen that video for twenty years never heard the sound never heard him just sobbing like that. We never heard the sound of the company that video. And Yeah I mean you you you get the emotion I mean it is poignant because you know how close you you understand. After he talks at length about how close he was is that and that's just back just grabs me. I it talks about how he said he could. He could face this because his father had always taught him if you have adversity turn it into something positive yet and a picture of James Jordan and and so you know there was another time I thought about his mom I I. I'M GONNA I'm GonNa text Michael I I love his mom. I got those around. Because he's on a flight cross country a couple of times but the fact that Michael was so close to his parents. And this is something that we don't think about what star Star athletes usually when we say we we certainly don't think about it with black star. Athletes is often but you think about. We've seen his parents last two weeks. I was MOM said No. You're going to get on the plane and you're GonNa take this meeting with Phil Knight and Likey Dude got something substantive sadie and you get a feeling for deloris Jordan and now you get episode seven feeling for James Jordan but more importantly you get how Jordan about them and how close he was to them to his parents and how great he was and every he might have gotten on people in practice in games during the season to make them ready. It was a it was essentially. Yes ma'am Yes sir relationship. He had with his parents no matter how famous. Hey Grady Gun. Oh it was wonderful. I did also had. Now you and I will will divide on this Scottie. Pippen looked terrible when he quit and then he even looked in the cameron. Said I would do it again and you just said he didn't really sad. I don't know the people already doubled down and you have you have Michael saying he's not going to be able to outrun this. 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She's become a fan of the podcast to especially your stories of encounters with parking wildlife and now drivers. Bring me great. Pleasure offers a quarantine anniversary present to my lovely wife. Joanne of twenty four years today on May eleventh a shoutout from her. Pti favorite so we do that and and the other thing. I wanted to mention later in the show later in the show for old guy. We're GONNA do a little Richard to. We're going to do long tall sally because long tall. Sally has lyric that. I think is like top five top ten long. She's built speech. Got Everything that uncle John Needs Obeidi. I need to say this little Richard. Panama died over the weekend. So there there are. People who are very important will will will be on later. Wilpon always says the black people. Don't play guitar that they have nothing to do with guitar. That it's not a black instrument and I go really really because now not little rich little Richard play the piano of course with his feet as well as what But Bo Diddley played guitar and Chuck Berry Played Guitar. Chuck Berry as Bob. Seger says you know. All of his children are out there. Doing his licks get into you. Get into the mix and you can come back baby rock and roll never forgets everybody credits. Chuck Berry with rock and Roll Bo. Diddley gets credit for rock and roll. Prince is one of the greatest guitar players of all. Unless I'm missing something. I think they're black. I think I could be wrong but I think they are. And this is what I always say to Wilbon. And we'll bond shouts me down regarding Jimi Hendrix's well Jimmy Hendrix as well. So I would. I would just say this that the three people that I wanNa Talk Little Richard Chuck Berry Bo. Diddley Bo Diddley did one song. Did it. Eight hundred times. It was one song and the if you know this from George thorogood who plays bodily songs all the time you know voted lease constant refrain. Is Bob bump bump bump bump? That's deadly bomb Papa Papa Papa bomb. Everybody knows that that's essential to rock and roll. That is the spine of rock and roll one more time bomb upon Bom Bom. Bom Chuck Berry did three songs. He did Johnny be good he get sweet little sixteen. They're all the same. They're all great. Everybody can picture in their minds. I Chuck Berry doing that. Duck walk but it's his guitar. It's his guitar that that everyone in rock and roll understands. It's his guitar that the Beatles and the rolling stones and you know and everybody in the world that it's his guitar him and Bo Diddley okay. That's how it works. Little Richard had three songs. He had Tutti fruity. Could golly Miss Molly Long Tall Sally? They're all the same he have had fifty songs. It doesn't it doesn't matter little Richard's got this one thing why Bob blew up. Bamboo it okay. That's little Richard Little. Richard's ahead of everybody. There are pictures you can find all over the Internet because people have sent them to me of Little Richard with the Beatles in you know in one thousand nine hundred sixty one or nineteen. Sixty two Mick Jagger said over the weekend little. Richard's is his idol. Everything Little Richard did is what is drove Mick Jagger into rock and roll all of the movements all of the way he's he sang it delivered songs. You know that that's it's not a question for me. It's not a question of Mount Rushmore. Talk is greater than this one or greater it. It's not about that. These people are great. They form the history if rock and roll is seen as a volcano are the lava that got out. I and that's that they're just that good. All of these people are that good and and the great performers like the Beatles and Elvis Presley and Michael Jackson. These are great performers as well as in the beetles case. Great songwriters clearly. But that's that's who they learned it from Michael. When you were in high school you in the singing group. You're in the Capella Group. Did you do any? Did you do any of those sorts of songs? You didn't do any Little Richard. And that's hard to new INAUGURA. Towa no I I just WANNA pause and say I love hearing you talk about music in this late because we we forget that your first job your rock and roll critic rock and roll until I realized I didn't know what I love when he told the story of when he first saw springsteen because his media go back to the to the Bo Diddley That sound I'm thinking about all the Times. You see springsteen cover that and then you think about the theatrics of springsteen and what stage performance came to be later in the career and it's just the the tentacles of these whispered eastern. I are the same age so we learned this from the same people so we watched all the same people and in springsteen in his which I think is actually available. I think you can watch it on some sort of a streaming service. But maybe maybe can't make a Netflix. Maybe I don't know because I don't I don't get any of them. But on his show he talks about when he knew we wanted to be a rock and roll performed so Elvis on TV and he said well. This is exactly what I wanted to. But that's performance the things that are in his soul. The things that came out. Are you know Bo? Diddley little Richard and Chuck Berry. Because they are. They're not the Pied Pipers of rock and roll. I mean other people took that music and and expanded it out but their seminal performers in rock and roll. You don't have to know how to even play note music just to listen and go. Wow that's that's that's pretty much how it starts so I wasn't going to be able to get to any of that so I thought I would pretty much say it now. Do you have anything to add Nigel? Your music guide. You have anything to well. No I just think the way you summed it up. I mean you think of rock and roll as a volcano and it just sort of exploded onto the bill Haley and the comets no boone. That's the sanitized. Version of rock and roll is that it's really really different. And you see it really reflected as you talked about the guys like the Gosling Beatles and they warship these guys and I've seen video of Chuck Berry with with Bruce and the band and the joy the pure Choi On. Everyone's face this magnificent. That's right you know it's like you're you're you're playing with. You know somebody helped invent it. I mean Bruce springsteen would never bruce springsteen to Beatles would never say they invented it but it wouldn't the invention that you're getting too which is the sounds that you were showing those are those are human sounds that didn't really exist. You might be able to pull rock from different threads and different cultures but to then see what those other artists able to do with it. That's it's tracking history and again little. Richard Awad Babu up bamboo. That's and that's Tutti fruity. That's not even in. That's not even in long tall. Sally that's not even in so my great thanks to Dave Specter of bells up. Is that what it's called bells up winery and to dusk? Jensen the scene of the love. This title the senior winery ambassador. Do you think she has that on a jacket where it says dusk and under that senior. Winery ambassador this just fantastic and we are what else. Wine Ambassador Dinners. I think people have to call you. Madam Ambassador. I think they have to do that. Dennis you walk in and they say what is the reservation unders. What what does it under? Basseterre kidding kidding I would take a break. Michael Wilbon will join us when we return. I'm Tony Kornheiser. You're listening to the Tony Kornheiser show. This is the policy genius at as an insurance marketplace policy genius talks a lot about how unpredictable the future is. 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"wop" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"The woman to mom related by marriage demands. I stopped sending atoms material. Last episode was particularly troubling for me. Because she's convinced I'm the only man who is also required to all groceries entering our household a stamp of approval via photo text messages. I guess a lot of people actually have to. Yeah thank you thank you to Mason Mitchell from Santa Clara for that I'm here on one end of my dining room table. Michael is here on the other end of my dining room table. Nigel is at his house sean his at his house. We will have Michael Wilpon and mark fine sand the show. I've actually thought about opens and what to do and I just WanNa before I begin. I just want to give a very very grateful shout Tracy. Callahan of the festive floors. Who SENT OVER BEAUTIFUL? Mother's Day flowers to the house. This is a very very tough time for a lot of people. A lot of kinds of work flowers to of your main days. Three main days four days after Christmas Easter Valentine's Day mother's Day two of them were wiped out Mother's Day and Easter were basically wiped out. Tracy was I hope he's done. Well I I I know we still delivering its Bethesda floors if you live in the DC area. He's a wonderful man right makes you. Optimistic is it is a local business. That remembers so for example. My my in laws have sent Liz flowers in house plants. And you actually can keep these going. So last year's HYDRANGEA garden and they're growing and the bloom the summer. Yeah so like you know. Think of all the sorts of people who who are hurting. That's one type of person who is hurting somebody who's involved with flowers so I also thought about hot an open these shows and whether or not to read emails both at the beginning and the end and I just think that the connective tissue emails is probably pretty good plus. I'm extraordinarily selfish. Which is why I wanted to get to this one. This is from our new friend dusk. A- Jensen from she is the senior winery ambassador at Willamette. And I've gotten that right. We'll Amit valley vineyards and she writes. I was excited to your Miami little embarrassed. I didn't have all the correct information. You called me out. My boyfriend did tell me about the possible trip to Bandon dunes. He's a big fan of yours. He's been listening for many years. I enjoy listening to your show upon occasion as well keywords upon occasion which means once every six to seven years. I have a package. Here's the critical. Here's the critical paragraph advocate. Package like to send you now that I've been corrected and no. You're not coming to Oregon at this time. Please let me know where to send it including your date of birth. I hate to ask however have to include it on my shipping invoice in order to remain compliant. It's just ancient. Just right ancient. Glad you got my it's Willamette dammit reference. We will have to get you out here. A Long Road trip at Oregon is beautiful. Maybe I'll have to come to you so this is so nice and I just thought. Wow it can't possibly get any better the NAT right. Well it actually can get better than that. What's here is Dave. Spector who writes? I've been a loyal little for many years now even managed.
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"wop" Discussed on 850 WFTL
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"wop" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music
"Giving you some classic doo-wop up up. That was the B-side. That's always on the beast side of the silhouettes single IM lonely, which was the ace. I'd and this song. Was a million seller. Get a job and the song was written by the tennis singer, Mr Richard Lewis who wrote the lyrics, and you know, the four members of the silhouettes shared the credit jointly creating a shot dip dip dip books later. Imitated by other do I groups and this song was released that Robinson recording laboratories in Philadelphia, October nineteen fifty seven like I said, it was intended as the beast side to iron lonely, but you know, this song was the hit. And basically the silhouettes early nineteen fifty eight perform get a job several times on American bandstand, and once on the dick Clark show, and their appearances is what of this of singing this song as catapulted this classic doo-wop single to a million seller to reach the number one spot on the billboard, pop and. Arm be charts in February of nineteen fifty eight celebrating the history of rhythm blues here on a bullet soul. The silhouettes talking about you know, what you need to get a job coming up next here on a bowl of soul. And of course, you know, we lost the Queen of soul and r v misery the Franklin in August of this year. This is a wreath of Franklin at the age of seventeen years old on the Columbia record label talking about today. I sing the blues from nineteen sixty and this is a bowl of Seoul. This is Janice stem -i, and you're listening to worldwide so music, Abol assault a mixed to of so music. This. Without a lot of warning. Blue's walked in this morning. And circled. Milona? Odd been. Loan free. Until my baby call and said with through. Ooh. Yesterday, this time I sing off song. But today. Singing, boom. Strikes me kind of fun. Love Ken three this way. We will last night. But I'm alone again today. And it strikes me kinda fun. How fate can be. Come on the losing. Sin. Must be must be written for me. That I should be the one being the one to always knew. Yes. So..
"wop" Discussed on 850 WFTL
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