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"woody wilson" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports
"Coming up today sends color analyst. Gordie wilson will join us. Canada falls in the world junior final butts and pretty thick silver linings for ottawa. senators fans. We'll talk about that by the way some shouts before we get started for our good members. Want to thank matthews adra. Mike federally owen. And morgan will anderson and j manet. Thanks everybody for being members if you'd like to be a member. Check us out. At steve w project dot com without further delay james. How're things like v. gordon wilson. The the the gordy. I know woody. Woody wilson no. Yeah i love what he he was my first girlfriend. Okay well gord gordon. Can i their yard gordon gordon. How are you buddy. Good thank you yes. Jerry knows secrets a newer. I'll tell you. I'll tell you about gordon. I love gordon into it already. We're right into it man. I used to gorgeous to let me hug him and stuff like that and he was. He was a fantastic. I used to lick the back of his neck and stuff after doing the show when he would come in at a remember that you're bringing back memories here and but i'll tell you what gordon when i i did started doing the radio show. It was. that's where i met you at. I guess it was oh. Sr ottawa sports radio. One al davis was was the program director and i was brand new. You know and the and the first show i did. Al invited me. And i i was. I was mc a roast for brian kilrea. And that's how i met alley came up to me after it was a riot that night and he said jeez. You gotta jump on the radio you know. You're one of my buddies. Kept bugging me on. Then he met and walk by went onto the radio on the so went in the very first morning i forget who the guy was but.
"woody wilson" Discussed on Past Gas
"That week, and we like kind of talked about homelessness and outlay like my favorite videos because we'd say Kay, we actually like. You know. Tried to help this organization that was trying to solve that problem. I think it. Yeah, did a great job of bringing that issue to the forefront of like maybe people who weren't paying attention to it. That are fans of our channel now know that it's a problem and. I don't know if that's going to dictate what they do in their life, but it's still like brought it up and I think that's super important. In response, Wendell did what he always did kept racing in October of sixty one. He had his best showing yet at Greenville. Pickens speedway, that's a name qualifying in second and finishing eighth looking back on the year he turned in an exceptional rookie season with five top ten finishes out of twenty three starts by points. Wendell had his best performance of any rookie in nineteen sixty one according to current NASCAR rules, he would have been awarded rookie of the year automatically. Wow! Good for him and he's in his late forties at this point. In his early forty S. yeah, that's that's. That's something that's crazy to. Yeah wasn't Ken Miles Forty five when he one Lamont or something. Yeah, he was older. That's how it was back then like they didn't have like the the dry, there weren't like driver, development programs or anything like that. Kids were getting starting racing early like this was kind of a middle aged guy sport at this time. Back then the word was given subjectively. It was bill Francis called a make instead of Scott Franchise. A driver named Woody Wilson for the prize. Wilson White Guy for sure. Wilson had raised only five times that season with a single top ten finish to his name, explaining his position France said that he simply saw more potential in Wilson's racing career. If France was telling the truth, he's a bad judge. Drivers Wilson dropped out of NASCAR the next season. In a lifetime of unfairness, suffered by Wendell. This was a new Loewe. Notably Jackie Robinson had been awarded Major League Baseball's rookie of the year after his debut season thirteen years ago, nineteen, forty, eight, NASCAR was a much more hostile world than baseball. Woody. Wilson was later asked. If wendall Scott deserve to have one instead of him and Wilson recalled. That Scott was quote a nice old boy. He stayed in his place back in them days. You'd hardly ever see an N. word racing, but he stayed in his place, and everybody accepted him. Rookie like Wilson all the way up to bill France. This was the expectation. They had of Wendell that he would know. His place not challenged the racial hierarchy. In what would become a pattern for his entire career Wendell's only response was to keep racing. That's an heartbreaking man. I know man nineteen sixty two brought changes to NASCAR's the first year that car companies openly began sponsoring drivers. The sport was becoming big business now Scott might have been equal to other drivers in skill, and he had a greater mechanical knowledge than perhaps any other driver in NASCAR, but it was getting harder and harder to keep up. With the accompanying costs and without a sponsor, Scott relied on his sons, and his friends pit for them. When they were unavailable, he crew for himself jumping off. Jumping out of his car to change tires and refuel by him sad so. Yeah then climbing back in and resuming the race now without a sense of humor, Scott painted mechanics me on the side of this. If! He's going to do it all himself. He's at least take credit for it. That's so cool man. Yeah, that's just so persistent. Top? Going back to Pocono real quick I just want to say Kevin Harvick one on Saturday. He is forty four years old. But you're. GonNa call that people in their you know middle aged drivers can still win. Still can still be competitive in Allahdad. Means you know what that means known? No I still got shop Oh yeah, still gonNA shot. Old Guys got a chart. Say if there's any like racing series to be an old guy, anything NASCAR is a good one because you don't need those like insane. Fast twitch muscles for. That, you need for like Formula One. I guess you do need good reaction speed Oh. Crap going to be able to drive, and also you're in a free oven for like four hours. That's another thing I've started watching a lot more now. Asana old guys love Saana. Sonya there's old guys with no towels or shorts on I know always name no shame. I would tell no shame, no problem. We'll get back to more pass gas right now over sponsors. If your mailbox is anything like mine ninety percent of the time, it's a fairly depressing place right? You got their political flyer's yet. 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"woody wilson" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Thanksgiving particular particularly to our next guest ESPN NFL analyst Damien woody joining us would be happy thanksgiving my friend I hope you a find an opportunity to eat a bunch of food and I hope you'll also embrace my heart take the pie is not good but I turn your my goal Damien woody is a guy who truly understands who we are around here so well that's right when I was busy sucking on my job right there Damian was trying to help me get to a place right as Jamie what is your thought on I'm a big fan of pot along with a lot of the things on thanksgiving so I know you listen I throughout the whole sweet potato pie thing in trade you know we got into a brief like literally train when was my dog and we got to obey flat panel Twitter over pumpkin pies and sweet potato pie so you know sometimes is like that I mean sweet potato all all pies bad as we've been televised clearly better than pumpkin pie pumpkin pie versus sweet potato pie to me is like one Long Island Staten Island refining all right so what do you let's ask you about some actual football we got a triple header today we've been talking a lot about the cowboys so if your in the cowboys' locker room right now and you're watching all of this chasing Gerrit stuff unfold what is it duty or focus nothing because it is little you have no control over you don't have any control what the media says or what anyone else says about you know Jason Garrett in his job security issue all you can do is go out there one of football game against a very good opponent in buffalo bill's arm you know I've said everyone is talking knows about the fact that Dallas Cowboys haven't beaten a winning team I think they don't want one for the season against winning football teams but I got a chance against a a bill steam this game three that's are looking pretty good so you can worry about all the outside distractions about you know things that don't matter Gordon won the football game I could see the lead up into seeks Damien and specifically now looking forward to one of the games that we've been could also be compelling today in the saints falcons a team that you just saw not too long ago if you're the saints drew Brees accompany embarrassed by the PO's bye week falcons how do you turn around that quickly something so unique to the NFL against an opponent like that you see in the division well I think actually I think that works in the same space for the fact that you got you just play this team got embarrassed now you will see him again so you know if you're in New Orleans Saints drew Brees in company should be they should be faced in the war on the Atlanta Falcons in this game is a you know big time getting you got a chance to go into a Lana and and problems got wanna see drew Brees really start get the staying home and especially as we get towards the the post season all because the phase difference it is plenty good enough that office once the office really starts clicking the space will be right the mixes for the end of C. T. C. teams this bar for Superbowl spot is beautiful analysts Damon will be joining us right now and you go back to the cowboys game in the them being a team then it all year with a winning record and the bills have that is not the prettiest team in the world what is the recipe for success with this cowboys team to be able to get the victory today I think I think Tom a possession Bobby is going to be a big component of for this all for the Dallas Cowboys on the defense hasn't played up to par what we saw last year from them and be part of that is they haven't been able to run the football as you know they haven't been able to impose their will like the like they have like they did last year all I think they need to get back to doing some of that controlled Clark time of possession hope you defense keeping them fresh of that too that to me is going to be the recipe if the Dallas Cowboys want to have a long you don't want to be in the middle room deep run into the post season that's the aspect to me that they need to really pick up because decal Prescott is clearly playing the best football is career but they need to get the other aspect going we're talking to Damien woody on goal can we go ESPN radio ESPN two Jason fits Michael junior Bobby carpenter into the guys I do want to ask you about one other team that we're gonna have eyes on today and that's the bears woody when the when this season is said and done for Chicago what are they gonna look back is what the reason that this went wrong well I think squarely mission should be issues will be is going to be in the mix is this is the guy who you know came awful last season you know just made a huge leap from you want to get to and quite honestly just made the probably the biggest slot from you to do your three this is a team that has a championship caliber defense won the best defense in the National Football League but the quarterback play has just been awful for the from Chicago Bears and I think met Maggie hold some responsibility as far as message biscuits play but when it's all said and done at the end of season they will have to make a decision on the quarterback position talking to Damien woody Wilson shell pens are performance line Damien the Steelers made a decision they're gonna start doc Hodges this weekend against the Browns in a rematch after everything that happened what miles Garrett so you played offense of line in this league for a long time marquise pounds he's gonna be out for this game but Larry okay Jovi on that other side for the Browns the line is going to be back in it so take me the O. line from those meetings leading up to that game this week on I just what's being said as they get ready for this one well listen you know obvious I don't think is is is really about exacting revenge you want impose your will but quite honestly you got two teams battle for wildcard spot you don't have any time to go out there and and try to look up the guy or anything like that you just don't want a football game you know both of these teams have a lot of work to do to try to get to that that six and and final playoff spot in the AFC so as much as we in the media wants to talk about the rematch and everything that transpired in the last match up is more important as far as those things concern to just find a way to win a football game to keep their playoff hopes alive you guys can follow him on Twitter at Damien woody woody just remember anything by can do que can do better we appreciate you my friend have a acting all right same to you guys it it is going to be that Steelers game and I know we'll get into that some tomorrow but the the Browns Steelers game what he just made a great point that we need to keep hammering home as much as we could talk about the most behind of the revenge behind it all of those other things let's remember the Steelers are sitting squarely in a playoff spot opportunity that they have too much to play for to roll the dice and stupid and so will the Browns like this game is going to go a long way in deciding that second AFC wild card spot behind the bills we're talking me the raiders wildcard spot perfect awesome okay it's Thursday you know what time it is you know what time that means it is it okay time we'll do that after this is been waiting for this moment all data on load continue to unload one of these truly awful takes but first we're gonna talk about Pellicano high talk from.
"woody wilson" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports
"Today so we were gonna dedicate today show to team canada's hockey team from nineteen seventy two about that nice nice and i did ed's good we're gonna get into john daly withdrawing from the british open because you're not allowed to use the card this time we've got a relationship advice we've learned from love affair with collide leonard we're jill delivers in canada's what we are a juvenile baseball is justin verlander says an effing joke he's starting in the major league baseball all star game imagine if he weren't end a also are whipple today is where is your love of baseball standing right now i i was fascinated by this toronto fc story because one of the things you like to do in the context of telling you stories is when there's a random guy whose name doesn't really matter you tend to comb hey galardo guy over there is this some guy in colorado radic toronto toronto fc has signed a winger ericsson galardo no i love it i guess that aren't always the sports fray yeah i love the well i always loved a a listening to deem brown and gordy woody wilson doing they broadcast of the sense games because of the puck would get flipped i've you know this better than anyone when the puck will get flipped over the boards and a player would have to be blowing down he deemed would always say and there it is got up to the sex role and there is a you know mrs part of in who's coming from penn broker what you remember when he did that all the time he'd make up these names in places where people were from absolutely yeah it's hilarious so i always like that so those are the sort of board that from dino where you gotta you gotta throw naming and you're doing the story i'd be remiss if i didn't talk a little bit about deans accident it happened a couple of days ago 'em so it was a big accident on the four seventeen here in two people died oh i saw that is absolutely awful yeah and it was i think it was the same conclusion of a police chase i think the chase it led up but i guess the person that was chased when you're basically tipped over to the other side of the road and went indian coming traffic and it was just a an awful awful crash in fact my wife and we'd known about the crash but there were no names involved in she texted me and said that dean was in that crash and i'm like oh my god and then kind of buried delete a little bit and said he's fine he's he's he's he's banged up and bruised 'em but we're certainly feels so horribly for the two people died in that in that horrible crash but at the same time thankful that a friend dean came through it okay he tweeted out after he said many thanks everybody checking in on me suing her mom were all sore but fine we were in that big crash on the four seventeen teen today in a there are things we saw today that we can never unsee no words to describe how grateful we are the police fire and paramedics he's a fantastic people they see the most horrific things and still do their job no matter what they do their job with professionalism and humanity during the most inhumane times and there were i've seen a bit of the wreckage and a boy dean had to be pretty messed up after seeing all that you know i read that tweet an didn't realize it was dean i sort of flip through them you know i don't a when i saw them that we've seen stuff that will never be able to be unseen you know and i totally understood what he was saying well lucky gains lucky dean you know a that that stuff it just puts you know when you hear things like that 'em it it's it's sort of like it's not real you know when you hear that stuff you here on movies but boy when it gets close the whole everything's just just it's like someone punches me and it just the windows automated going what happened oh no no grow so i will think about that think about that everybody's all right and and boy you gotta feel free other people some long days ahead to get over that yeah i wish i was in a bad one a not dwell on this but when my a we lived up in chelsea when i went to high school when my my dad was speaker that's that's where the speaker lift up there and me and i went to school downtown in ottawa a pious and we have to drive everyday on highway five a you know the the guy that goes north from hall i still call it how i see a wheel around the where the casino is there used to be a big corey there it's probably all filled in now but there's a big sweeping turn once you sort of leave hall and you start headed up north end so this is in the seventies like until exactly what it was a i was in great so nineteen seventy four five ninety five or six and a man my brother joey were sitting in the back of my sister maryland power driving and we're wheeling around that band innocently going around but there is no guardrail there is no guardrail when they first built this highway and a kid was coming the other way and jumped the median and if you took a snapshot of right right before impact his his truck spun around and was in front of us looking like he was going the same way but he's acsi coming out as backwards and my sister tractor we'll in the back of the truck hit the left side of my car and a my brother joey once you know went through the side window it was a horrendous car accident horrendous car accident you had something like two hundred stitches in his face was a litany of plastic surgery operations that he had later on a after it was so scarred that they keep they keep rio operating steve to relieves the pressure from these guys 'cause he was growing he was only eleven or twelve years old you know when this happened in a or so they kind of have to cut the open again to kind of make room for the growth they did you know that that i i guess the the the pressure from the scarring will sort of i mean the kid pissed glass vert for two years and you went through the side windows smashed into his face and a you know the the one of the sort of side effects of that was my my prepare enjoy enjoy was of course the kids were later on died in a in a motorbike accident a ten years later in nineteen eighty six and so there's been some bad luck you know what are family but it really calls into question the the parents i remember my dad say you know if i wouldn't he keep going further and further back in his life a sort of blaming himself for this you know like if i was if i wouldn't have taken this job is you kids wouldn't have been on the highway a you know my god why did i do that and a you know and he kept you know if i wouldn't have been a lawyer i wouldn't have gone to a suburb by by by just get it was incredible effect that had on them the parents were they trying to take the blame for this stuff and of course it wasn't their fault you know so i could when i hear these accidents i always think of that that the that the people around them 'em have to go through a terrible time sort of guilt a lotta times about this thing but yeah as stuff that's out of their control completely like i mean it's i mean it's a story that doesn't even compared of the things you just talked about but just last week i'm driving home at about eleven at night down a old country highway an when the biggest dear i've ever seen absolutely sprints out in front of me i jam on the brakes with just enough time and i just missed his ass as he sprinted across the road and i stopped through at three seconds and then i carry on with my life like what if i'd taken a little longer time my shoe earlier or whatever you you're always second guessing yourself when it comes to things like that and then of course the reality is and you know you it's an exercise that you know you shouldn't even dabble in yeah i mean you go back i go back to one of the one of these 'em you were there to when nine eleven happened we're on the air yep a it happened never forget that morning no of course and there were tens and nine in the morning we've we sign off at nine o'clock this couple of monitors that were in the studio just take people back end end gerald signing off and he looked up and you could see this a as j are put it at all my gosh looks like there's been an accident that a small plane has gone into the the building you know because of the world trade center is just so big and i remember looking at that and sending myself because i was just there the january before i was in new york and is that the world trade center and i remember it's massive you know the base of those two towers they go six seven blocks each you know there but it looks like when you see it on tv it looks like he's just a block wider half of this hour shoots up and i said you wouldn't even see a plane a little playing like that and and then of course ten minutes later life upside down you know life is upside down and then and then what happened when 'em you know to use the crazy expression when the when the dust settles from that there were stories of people that that that became beyond the eye opening of people who were were going to be at the world trade center and only by chance they didn't end up there that morning they on their way there there were stories of people who who thought they had a dental appointment at one in the afternoon and they looked at their calendars illinois what's at eight thirty i gotta go to the dentist and didn't end up office the world trade center a one of the craziest stories i remember steve was you remember we weren't sure what to do when we got called in the program back so we gotta we gotta try and go back on air were gonna flip the format they flipped it over to see operate when when it.
"woody wilson" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"The White House, Donald Trump must be stopped. I've beaten him before and I will do it again. On Bill de Blasio, and I'm running for president because it's time we put more ping people, I. The New York mayor joins a crowded field of about two dozen Democrats eyeing the White House less than a week after a died in the Texas house on technicality, the Bill, that would protect Christian businesses from discrimination sailed through the Senate last night. Senate Bill nineteen seventy eight was coined the Chick-fil-A Bill after the fast food chain was banned from San Antonio's airport for making donations to Christian organizations that oppose the LGBTQ community state Senator Bryan Hughes author, the bills, you're an individual your business, and you have an affiliation where they religious organization. This Bill says the government cannot discriminate against you. They can't deny you a contract. Senator Jose Menendez oppose the Bill, forcing cities and counties in other places to contract with people who openly espouse their hatred for our citizens after final passage, the bills headed to the house at the capitol. Chris, FOX News Radio twelve hundred w meanwhile, the state Senate Wednesday passed version of the Bill earlier approved by the house that would allow Texas farmers to grow him. The non toxic. Version of marijuana hemp fiber can be made into cloth and other items in the plan produces CBD oil, which is popular for health benefits hemp is expected to be profitable for farmers, and a source of tax revenues for the state bear counties, battling democrat party precinct shares of won a lawsuit filed against the county party chair, Monica Alcon Tara, who attorney Woody Wilson says was violating party rules.
"woody wilson" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"This is one man brand radio. Newsradio KLBJ. Yes. Indeed, we're back. And this is the part of the show where we like to shine the spotlight on local entrepreneur shirts about business advice. Yeah. But it's also to celebrate the spirit of Austin. And we couldn't have anybody who represents that better. I don't think Eddie Wilson. From the Armadillo world headquarters, you know, from thread gills, and Eddie you've written this book about the Armadillo titled Armadillo world headquarters with Jesse sublet who's been on the show before he said, he he likes you like him a lot too. It's a shame. He couldn't be here with us today. And I want to dive into all this. But we got clear one thing up. I, you know, on the way into the studio here, you know, I just reiterated we've got a business advice show here for entrepreneurs. But I'm not here to give you advice for you to give it. Nice. I'm here looking for it. Okay. I got to talk to my scheduler, Eddie. No, that's no. You're here here to share your wisdom from from. Let's just let's get that part out of the way. And then we can have fun talking to you in school degree and qualify yourself for a job. I'm in the business that I'm in because I'm not qualified job. So I had to make up everything I did uniquely employable to run the Armadillo world headquarters in thread gills, though, which are icon ick. Austin brands, you know, we talk about brands, and what they mean to the city, and you know, you explore I think, you know, maybe without tackling it straight on from marketing or branding standpoint. But the Armadillo is just such an iconic part of the Austin fabric. And so much has been said and written about what the Armadillo meant to Austin back in the day. What Kim continues to me? How do you? How do you sort of protect that legacy? I'm not sure at this point. Whether you can't protect anything that doesn't have some life in it. If it's dead you put it under glass sticking to museum. We're still trying to keep the spirit a lab keeping them humming with people at work. Making a living. It's important. It's important to one hundred and fifty people that make the best decisions that I can because we put people through law school. We put people through nursing school. We've got we've got career restaurant people. The job market has changed so much since we started. And we're the BoomTown of America is just amazing the difficulty you have in finding people that you really want, and it's really hard to hold onto the people that you have that you really want. If they have other aims because job secret market. It really is. It's one man brand radio on KLBJ Eddie Wilson from threat gills Armadillo world headquarters. Our guest to shine the spotlight on a local entrepreneur like we do. And it's an excellent point that you're making there because it really is job seekers market. And in a lot of ways what's interesting with my own experience is kind of in the music business and the service industry. In a college town like Austin, you're going to get people where that is what they're doing until they get around to what they really wanted grew up as a five year old hanging around the campus. Because my mother was finishing her degree from Mississippi college for women. I think he was called blue bonnet college for women, Mississippi and World War Two. My father was killed when I was just an infant. And so when she remarried Woody the Plummer in Hattiesburg, Mississippi first thing what he did was get out of Mississippi. I came to Texas to work rebuilding the carbide plant in Texas city that exploded. Didn't like that atmosphere thought it was still too dangerous came to Austin in the spring of forty eight and to take his plumbers license test and was told he could work here. Uninterrupted for the next two three years, at least because things were booming at one of those things is that one hundred acres of track homes are right behind thread yield on north Lamar so day brought us to Steph other brought us to Austin. So he could work on new plumbing rather than old plumbing. There's a world of difference in the plumbing world, I know a little bit. The world actually. Monica ballots in the studio with here. My creative director you often hear on the show, and we work with Fairmount of plumbers. So it's it's interesting. You just kind of went there, you know, organically out, but plumbing is very organic. Getting but it takes an awful lot of infrastructure that. Keep things moving freely. Oh, there you go. Get your cubs effortlessly keeping us if we will talk about flow for a little bit. He thinks flowing. Okay. Let me I'm Brian radio with Eddie Wilson. So Eddie told us talk about collaboration. I said we're going to run out of things we're going to run out of show before we run out of things to talk about. And I can tell you that for sure, but collaborations also important in business, and this book that you've got out that chronicles the history of the Armadillo world headquarters, you wrote with local author Jesse sublet, of course, people remember back from the music scene as well. What was that collaboration like working with Jesse? It was like. Taking. The perfect aspirin makes the headache. Go away. Jesse was just exactly what I needed. He took the first two or three hundred times. I tried to start sit down and working on the book. I started from page one every single damn, and then gradually just started listing stories that I thought might stand out so Jesse came in and took about eighty percent of what he had to Wade through and put it in a stack on us out of the desk and and very kindly petted. Didn't said this is for later what we have now is a memoir that has its own purpose and definition and some limits. Well, it really does it really does. And you know, what I'd like to do is let's start with why why why is it important for you to capture all of this? And I mean, that's standard. The big old book. Right. Very old guy. Memoir starts a long time ago. I tell people I started on it. And when I was ten, but. But. Bad spelling kept me from from continuing. Because every I would go back and look at the first cinemas did I ever wrote his ten year old? My father was killed in world was to Jesse Jesse was very kind. He he gave me he gave me something to. Something to be proud of. It's a big book. I weighed it when we first. It's exactly an ounce and a half kilo. I should have seen that. This is the main brand Radiohead KLBJ. We get Eddie Wilson from Armadillo world headquarters, and of course, thread deals as well. So Eddie, no. One of the things we love about you. You're a character a bit of a rock and tour, but as you were saying that doesn't always mean that it's easy for maybe more extroverted people who could tell a good story to sit down, and like logically, you know, sit with the discipline to right and right? So it sounds to me like what you're saying. Is that you and Jesse in terms of writing this book together a little bit of a partnership where where he could be sort of the project manager, the facilitators sort of extract the stories from you and then sculpted into the. Dude, it so well, he actually had an Armadillo experience, you know, the skunk played at Armadillo when there were only like four months old baby skunks, and of course, he associated Armadillo with progressive country, which was an albatross a label hung around our necks by other people. And I mean, we were having remarkable jazz for Moselle parade. We had we had ballet one Sunday a month for almost ten years. We did not want to be labeled progressive country. But it was a good name for a book. Redneck rock was named for a book. And so between between the book, and Michael Murphy wanting to be a cosmic cowboy we ended up saddled with a bit of a what we consider it a bit of a burden because we wanted to be. The cultural Petri dish of Austin and let things develop that people couldn't find you didn't have grannies and bikers go into the same ballet until Armadillo had two little the little darlings on stage eleven one man brand radio on kale VJ with Eddie Wilson. So I'll tell you my first the first time, I became aware that the Armadillo was a thing was in one thousand nine hundred eighty three eighty four eighty three or eighty four and I'm a student at Georgetown high school, and I'm at the pretenders concert at the franker when center and Chrissie Hinde is onstage talking about having played at the Armadillo. And how important it was to the first time that I'd ever become aware. I mean must have been what sixteen seventeen at the time. You talk about these Texas artists, but but the traveling acts, and the fact that it was their connection. I connection with Austin berry was so Murang'a musical universe to Austin. There wasn't anything going on here. And so our job was to number one. I'm just going to try to manage headband. And that was an impossible job have to have something determined to pull in the same direction. And I accidentally discovered this big gigantic empty building. That least for very very little because nobody else could make a go of it. The the landlord was very good to us in terms of rent. But we were also kind of nice to him. He had he had young young teenagers did needed looking after. So we we became kind of a baby sitter for a lot of people's kids mad dog people, Cartwright, and shrink and all of my literary heroes that lived here was the first person I ever knew who got a good paycheck out of New York City living in Austin, working for Sports Illustrated, and Sports Illustrated, even did a profile of armadillos in the world. Right. I did not know that he almost got in trouble. For that. Because something else in the press made people Sports Illustrated think that maybe he owned part of it and was feathering his nest, but that had absolutely no credence. He had simply given me. A give me a check from that group of his it included an and Dave Richards, and and a lot of very wonderful people who ended up as my regulars at the raw deal. And and so he he wanted me to find a place and sent me, you know, with thousands dollars check to the Vulcan and the Vulcan I was raised by a plumber. And so I took one look at the bathroom to divulge said, no way. Am I going to tackle that? And if it hadn't been for Woody Wilson and Beulah Wilson and the free plumbing that armed. We probably got what would have cost at retail fifty thousand dollars worth of plumbing out of my mom and my dad, and volunteer hippies with shovels and picks and plumbed those outdoor bathrooms and a beer garden. Plumbed the kitchen that made it all possible or Madonna was made possible in our reputation was made large because of what we fed the musicians that came to play there at van Morrison came back and play extra date because after after three nights of..
"woody wilson" Discussed on On The Media
"Why doesn't that get invoked when Woody Wilson created the first three d. printed gun, he called it the liberator. He very carefully put this chunk of metal inside of it so that he wouldn't be violating that undetectable firearms act. Of course, anyone else could print that same gun and that metal wasn't required for any kind of technical reasons. So you can leave it out and then you'd have his undetectable plastic weapon. But I think that the whole detectability thing has been kind of a distraction lawmakers have pushed for renewal of the undetectable firearms act as a way to try to control three d. printed guns. But they've ignored the fact that these other similar technologies, computer controlled milling machines can also help people make guns home out of metal bizzare not undetectable guns, but they're far more reliable than plastic guns, and they exploited a loophole in our gun. Troll laws. And now I'm going to turn the conversation obviously towards tax law it. There are lots of statutes on the books that you can have your client it here to to shelter income, but under American tax law, the IRS allowed to say, Nope. Sorry, that's an abuse of statutes for a clearly unlawful tax avoidance intent, and we are disallowing it. Can you tell me how Cody Wilson putting a metal component in the supposed- design of three d..
"woody wilson" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Needed to discuss and it was fantastic yeah all right well that doesn't sound like a disaster from the guy from another country who runs nato right well it was funny trump had a gun to his head it doesn't quite sound like is being portrayed on the antitrump channel cnn was really trying to gene up the antitrump stuff to as usual and they were talking to a young woman whose name i don't recall but she's quite capable reporter and she said look the other leaders of nato they get trump more than they used to and they understand the public pronouncements and the bluster and then the private conversations and how those things square and how it i what comes out at the end you know what the machine finally spits out in terms of policy and she said the long and short of it is from all of our sources is it's definitely not ideal the way he handles things but there's no irreparable damage being done and the poor host on cnn was really unhappy with that not by darin damme we've talked to a number of people that trump behind closed doors is pretty remember we talked to that one woman who used to work for him and said behind closed doors evening runs a meeting and it's it's pretty good normally talks normal and everything like i wonder if all these people once they sit down and meet with them they say this is weird he's a completely different person right now than i've seen on television and then you start to figure out okay it's a tv show right which is strange on its own thing but anyway i did i did hear somebody talking about how he had told his staff before inauguration that we got treat everyday like reality show and how so many so many of these events it looks like that's what he's doing you know he set up the good guys and villains yesterday with these giant pronouncements and then he comes out at the end of it and says everything is fantastic i mean it is like a reality show you have to set up the conflict explain who's the good guy in the bad guy and all this sort of stuff and at the end everybody comes together and his happy what an odd way to run a country a superpower yeah yeah we'll have to see how it goes mellberg first freedom loving quoted today passed down by in from tijuana and he points out it is somewhat ironic that it's from woodrow wilson who believed in expanding the the government's power and he was a progressive in the true sense meaning founding member of the beach boys correct woodrow wilson woodrow woody wilson drummer and and and wilson is one of those people believe the government can be whatever the majority says it can be you know the constitution ought to shut up andy was a pumpkin idiot he was a very learned man and yet an idiot anyway liberty is never come from government liberty has always come from the subjects under it well let's use that word but the history of liberty is a history of limitations of governmental power not the increase of it you're right you're right even if you're goody wilson of the beach no doubt now but is learning how good stuff he wrote that one come on league of nations with me skier beach boys slash woodrow wilson joke somebody enjoyed it michael did here's here's a nice contribution from steve and beautiful san jose dear jj after listening to and enjoying your show for years i'd like to observe here's the shower thought you'd never gonna listen again no he's five usually those end with and i'm never listening when people talk about traveling into the past they worry about radically changing the president with any small action yet no one in the president believes they can radically change the future by doing something small that's something about that and then he has a haiku that's not very good at all but thank you for sending it nonetheless haiku about how he hates haiku so midshow decision devlin barrett talking about we all we want the topic not that name hanson what's the matter with you oh thanks for getting my coffee matter with you i can't remember the names of any journalists what's what what does devlin bertoni oh shocking page i'm for that i love to talk so yes it about six forty.
"woody wilson" Discussed on KGO 810
"Armstrong and getty show so trump gave an impromptu about twenty minute news conference early this morning on the other side of the world at the end of the nato summit and i just flip it on msnbc to see what they're talking about is going through my channels this morning and they were there their hair was on fire in the world's coming to an end and trump is a liar destroyed nato at that's what they're always saying generally but so then i just saw on cnn the secretary general of nato was the guy in charge and foreigner who said it was a very great summit we got some things out in the open that we needed to discuss and it was fantastic all right well that doesn't sound like a disaster from the guy from another country who runs nato right well it was funny trump had a gun to his head it doesn't quite sound like is being portrayed on the antitrump channel cnn was really trying to gin up the antitrump stuff to as usual and they were talking to a young woman whose name i don't recall but she was quite capable reporter and she said look the other leaders of nato they get trump more than they used to and they understand the public pronouncements and the bluster and then the private conversations and how those things square and how it i what comes out at the end you know what the machine finally spits out in terms of policy and she said the long and short of it is from all of our sources is it's definitely not ideal the way he handles things but there's no irreparable damage being done and the poor host on cnn was really unhappy with that not by darin damme we've talked to a number of people that trump behind closed doors is pretty remember we talked to that one woman who used to work for him and said behind closed doors e runs a meeting and it's it's pretty good normal and he talks normal and everything like i wonder if all these people once they sit down and meet with say this is weird he's a completely different person right now that i've seen on television and then you start to figure out okay it's a tv show right which is strange on its own thing but anyway i didn't i didn't hear somebody talking about how he had told his staff before inauguration that we got treat everyday like reality show and how so many so many of these events it looks like that's what he's doing you know he set up the good guys and villains yesterday with these giant pronouncements and then he comes out at the end of it and says everything is fantastic i mean it is like a reality show you have to set up the conflict explain who's the good guy in the bad guy and all that sort of stuff and at the end everybody comes together and his happy what an odd way to run a superpower yeah yeah well we'll have to see how it goes first freedomloving quoted today passed on by in from tijuana and he points out it is somewhat ironic that it's from woodrow wilson who believed in expanding the the government's power and he was a progressive in the true sense meaning founding member of the beach boys correct woodrow wilson woodrow woody wilson drummer he and and and wilson is one of those people who believe the government can be whatever the majority says it can be the constitution ought to shut up andy was a pumpkin idiot he was a very learned man and yet an idiot anyway liberty is never come from government liberty has always come from the subjects under it well let's use that word but the history of liberty is a history of limitations of governmental power not the increase of it well when you're right you're right even if you're wilson of the beach let's go sipping now is learning how good stuff he wrote that one come on league of nations with me kabul stations skier beach boys slash woodrow wilson joke somebody enjoyed shirley michael did here's here's a nice contribution from steve and beautiful san jose dear jj after listening to and enjoying your show for years i'd like to here's a shower thought you'd never gonna listen again no east five usually those end with and i'm never listening when people talk about traveling into.