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How to Identify Your Best Customers & Get More of Them

The $100 MBA Show

09:48 min | 2 months ago

How to Identify Your Best Customers & Get More of Them

"Many entrepreneurs when they looked to gain more customers. They don't ask an important question. What kind of customers. Who are you looking for. A lot of us. Spend a lot of time a lot of money and energy acquiring any kind of customer the wrong customer and said well you want to do. Is you want to find your true fans as mentioned in kevin kelly's Blockposts thousand fans. If you're not familiar with the blog post the theory is that if you have a thousand true fans a thousand customers that absolutely love what you do in rave about it. That's all you need for a successful business because you can sell a thousand people something that can make you a living in the whole point. Is that those thousand people of course are going to tell other people when you love something when you absolutely enjoy an experience at a restaurant at a resort experience with a new product or software. You get help. Tell other people about it. Whether it's in person or on social in your mastermind. Whatever the point is is that if you have a thousand people raving about you. You're just going to go gangbusters so you need to find people that are perfect fit. That will do that for you now. Of course it's not easy to get thousand right off the bat you're going to start with one two three four ten twenty one hundred two hundred you get the point. So how do we get to those thousand people. How do we attract the right people what we got to know who they are. We had a densify them. Just like if you wanted to attract talent to your team you'd have a job description right. You put a job post describing. This is who. I'm looking for. So what i want you to do. Is you're going to start creating a description of your best customer that avatar that person now. You don't have to make this up. You don't come out of thin air and say this person is made up and this is what they do and this is the type of business. Just look at your current customer base. Even if you're new you have those special customers. The ones that really are interested in what you do. The ones that congratulate you when you have a new product or new feature via email. They reply to your newsletters there on your weapon ours. They comment on your social posts. I want you to really do some research and identify these people in your customer list. Literally create a spreadsheet and. Write down their name and email address. Even if this is just like a dozen people or half a dozen people that's okay that's start now the dentist who they are. You gotta learn a lot about them. You wanna have a full understanding of who. These people are individually for example. I did this exercise. And i continue to do this. Exercise every single year. And i do customer interviews so reach out to my best customers and i try to learn as much as possible about them. For example one of our customers are the. Mary meeker sisters. Emma and carla pompous there wondering ninja users in the us webinars to grow their business to bring in new customers into their online yoga and pilates school and in the process of that conversation in understanding who they are. We ask questions like what you start this business. How long have you been doing this. How big is your team. How did you discover women are ninja. How'd you hear about it. Why did you choose us another competition. What do you like most about what problems is assault for you. What's next in your journey. What are you excited about in the future of your business. I'm basically like interviewing them. Like interviewing them on sixty minutes or something or on a podcast. I'm trying to get inside their brain. I wanna understand where they're coming from why they made the decisions they meet. What are the circumstances in their business. That causes them to use my product. Also of trying to dig a little deeper find out what is success to them. What are they looking to achieve. I want to know this. Because i want to be able to help them be successful in some way whether it's a now with my product in the future the point here is that i wanna be a part of that success on bought in. So what's the point of this exercise. The reason why you want to get to know your best customers. So well. Because i'm better. You know them the easier. It is to find people like them. If you ever had an employee that Left your company and there are green employees in the job above and beyond your expectations but decided to move on or they're changing careers. It's easy to write a job description for that position because you're basically describing that amazing team member. I'm looking for this person and it's easy for you to do that because you know who that person is. You know what they've done you know their story and you're going to do the same before your customers. Now one of the things that we do in these interviews in these conversations in these video calls is that we actually transcribe them. We actually want to see the words that they use when they talk about themselves and they talk about their business when they talk about their problems with talk about their challenges when they talk about why they chose our product. Why because again. I want to attract people just like them so wanna use the same language. I want to use the same language on my website on my social posts in my email marketing and want my potential superstar customer to read my copy and say they're speaking my language this resonates with me because this is exactly how i feel. How do they know while because they did the research because they did the work and there's nothing like that feeling when you feel like these people get me. It's hard for you to compete with a company that does that so your competition is going to have a hard time competing with you because your target market your customers. Your best customers are flocking to you. Because you're speaking their language now in this process where you're going to find is not. Everybody is your best customer. You're gonna find a thread. you're gonna find. hey home. i best customers have this in common. It could be. They could have established businesses. They could be making at least x amount of money. They have a small team. They've tried other products before mine. This is a really good exercise to make a list of all the things your best customers that you've interviewed have in common and guess what there is your customer avatar. And what you're gonna find is there's a lot of people outside of that and that's okay. Hey because it's better for you to attract the best customers. They're going to save time and money and headaches and problems. What you want are the people that really believe in what you're doing and want what you have is nothing worse than trying to convince somebody. Hey we're number one. We're great trust us. And they were allegedly by then. They're disappointed and it has nothing to do with what you did for them. It just means grizz are not a good fit successful products accessible services accessible businesses. Don't force it. They say this is who we are. This is who we serve if you're gonna love what we have in store for you but none of this is possible if you don't know who those people are if you don't know who are your best customers and what's great about business zandt Success leaves clues right customers that love. You really enjoy what you do that comment on your post. That really liked all the things on social that. Open all your emails. You have their contact. You can reject them. You can ask them some questions some of us when they do this for the first time you feel awkward like man who am i to ask for their time for a quick chat. If you feel awkward dory about it there are a fan. They're gonna love helping you and if you want to be super generous sake. Coffees on you and send them a starbucks gift card. You'll be the best ten dollars you ever spent kaisa. I'm more on today's topic before that. Let me get loved today. Sponsor webinars how well they work to generate new business for coaches consultants and other creators. We know that online marketing is ten times more powerful when you add webinars cheer campaigns but what's right platform to use what's the easiest which platforms can integrate webinars seamlessly into the rest of your marketing infrastructure. And do it all at the right price. Take a look at our very own webinar. Ninja the user. Friendliest eleven our platform ever create. Live automated series hybrid. Webinars make them free or charge for valuable lessons. Send automated emails to promote your webinar. And follow up for more conversions showcase your unique value and do it all without the hassle and stress of navigating pain in the bud software. Try within our ninja absolutely free at webinar ninja dot com and see just how easy and powerful webinars can be. That's webinar ninja dot com for a fourteen day risk-free trial to robert today's lesson. It's really important for you to find your best customers and attract more of them not only because it makes good business and it's going to keep your turn down. You're going to have more customers. You're going to have more money. Come in more revenue more repeat sales all that kind of stuff. But if you don't do that the opposite will happen where you're going to get more customers that you don't really enjoy serve inc than the ones you do and that's a bad place to be in your business where you don't let your customers or you don't resonate with them and you're annoyed by them when you have to answer an email. You're kind of roll your eyes. Oh man this person. That's a horrible place to be. And you have to be proactive about who you want to associate with. We want to work with. We want to speak to every day including your customers. That's the beauty of being an entrepreneur. Is that you get to choose who you serve. Not the other way around.

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Sixteen-year-old First Nations advocate speaks up for clean water

Climate Connections

01:18 min | 4 months ago

Sixteen-year-old First Nations advocate speaks up for clean water

"I'm dr anthony leiserowitz and this is climate connections in two thousand and three josephine. Menam walked around lake superior carrying a of water. It was the first of many walks. The initial avi grandmother took to call for more action to protect clean water autumn. Peltier great niece and a member of the Kong first nation when we're born as national by people automatically given that rule to protect the water in the land sixteen year old. Jay has followed in her footsteps as a water protector and climate activist. My anti josephine is one of my biggest role models and mentors like her aunt. Peltier participates in water walks and speaks at events at just twelve years old. She confronted canada's prime minister justin trudeau about his support for oil pipelines. That she said threatened clean water and at fourteen. She was named chief. Water commissioner for the initial nomination as a chief water commissioner given the role advocating for first nations communities around the great lakes penalties zandt previously held the position until she died in two thousand nineteen when she passed away. She told me to not stop doing the work that i was doing. And not to give up so peltier continues to protect the land and water of her people.

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"zandt" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

05:48 min | 8 months ago

"zandt" Discussed on Pantheon

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"zandt" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

05:47 min | 8 months ago

"zandt" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

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"zandt" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

04:10 min | 8 months ago

"zandt" Discussed on Pantheon

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"zandt" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

06:01 min | 8 months ago

"zandt" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

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"zandt" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

06:01 min | 8 months ago

"zandt" Discussed on Pantheon

"Back into this thing and Let's get everything out man. Let's get everything out that. We possibly can so. So I started a little bit of.

"zandt" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

01:58 min | 8 months ago

"zandt" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

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"zandt" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

01:57 min | 8 months ago

"zandt" Discussed on Pantheon

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Singer-Songwriter Justin Townes Earle Dies at 38

Here & Now

00:39 sec | 8 months ago

Singer-Songwriter Justin Townes Earle Dies at 38

"Now the death of musician Justin Townes Earl. He released eight albums during his career and was twice honored at the Americana Music Awards on here and now in 2010. He talked about what it was like to be the son of a famous father. Musician Steve Earle and to be named after legendary singer songwriter Townes Van Zandt. You know, I'm I knew really early on that. Anybody who decided that they were going to be in competition with Steve Earle in towns and a songwriter is gonna live a full life, Yu know, yur whoever you are, and the other one who you are in order to write decent songs, and he certainly did just that. Justin Townes Earl. Was 38. Here is Harlem River

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UFC 'Fight Island' revealed in Abu Dhabi, will host 4 shows

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:17 min | 11 months ago

UFC 'Fight Island' revealed in Abu Dhabi, will host 4 shows

"One I mentioned that fight island. Is, real and it is official. UFC announced the location of the venue and forage. Lie shows on Tuesday including a very deep pay per view car that kicks everything off. Location is indeed Yes island in Abu Dhabi. So much for a deserted island in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, homeless several. You have see events in the past. You've C. Two fifty. One is going to start the four event month. Fight night events on July Fifteenth Eighteenth and the twenty seventh. So you have C two fifty one. The main car we got Kamara loosen and Gilbert Burns for the welterweight title. alyx Volkogonov ski and Max Holloway to Peter Yawned. Josie Aldo for the vacant bantamweight title and Rose Now, Yunus, who was not fighting as a result of corona virus. She's back to face. Jessica and drudge and also page van Zandt who. I can't believe she's not injure right now. She will be facing, Amanda Rebus so. That's the lineup for the pay per view coming up from fight island first of four shows.

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"zandt" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"zandt" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

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"zandt" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"zandt" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"Little a little elitist. I mean I'm reading your twitter feed. You know you're talking about you. Love the ball. Revere and the raiders and J gals band and and Lesley Gore. Your you have you understand and you appreciate all kinds of music bubble gum and British invasion pop and and and and great top forty and everything. Greatest Great Peter. New Ones coming in here on Friday by the way British invasion creek. And all you know trying to get him into the hall of fame you know disease hold some people are GonNa be tough to get in. You know a shame because They never made those serious records at the journalists. Kind of appreciate you know. I'm having trouble getting Jay gals banned in any sense eventually. Oh well yes I hope so but The rascals tough to get in like I made I made I said in my hand my speech you know because they dress funny and right and poor generator. Same thing they deserve to be a you know they got six greatest rock records. Absolutely no and I'm mark good solo work. Yeah but you know Peter. Noone terrific and by the way if you ever see a show if he comes around he said at the Iridium. We're GONNA go see it. Go see him sweet. Very entertaining very. He's he's been retaining since he was a kid. I know before he was even in a band. I mean Every time I see a show me. He's a he's one of the greatest entertainers in the business to this day. You know and a bunch of songs you know and and you know what about the monkeys they see the rock and Roll Hall of fame another challenge a tough one. That's a tough one I don't know I don't know you know you could make an argument in fort sure but It's a tough one. You know but I think you know I remember the Herman Herman term. It's a producer. Mickie most talking about I don't know if it was true or not. But he's he left town at one point and they put out Henry the eighth more comical Records and against his wishes you know. And he said it's GonNa kill you is GonNa kill you it's GonNa Kill Your career and You know who knows if that's true you can ask them but There were certain Peter has a natural inclination to be funny. He's a Funny Guy. You know Entertainers within the British musical. I know I know it was just like at that moment. You know. It's a reason why they not taking seriously in a F- ashamed because it's not right and they got. They got a dozen rate records agree. So hopefully you'll get something. What do you WanNa let this man go home and I wanNA sing more Jerry Lewis. Let's let me plug summer sorcery again which is just wonderful our listeners. You've gotta get it. It's a IT'S A. It's a fun album. Thank you thank you and it's a tribute on there and it's it's a party record. It's the first time in my life. I've ever made a two records in a row with the same band. You know. Suppose so fire and some resources with the same band monitoring banned the greatest positions in New York. They stuck with me for like three years. It was amazing. You know so that was really I I I give I? Give them the credit honestly for sticking with me. Give me a foundation to make some summer source. Regan the yeah and a new. You know the catalog finally came out people who asked me to remarry of course so on the box set is called rock and roll rebel. The early work. Yeah and like I said all the five solo albums plus Sun City There's GonNa be a special Sun City video things they'll do next year all the while the extra takes you know a lot of guys around and We have great interviews with a lot of people. Miles Davis down. We didn't even get to talk about Miles Davis but next time if you come back and play with us again. I'm in a neighborhood. We WanNA thank Winston Simone for Sir For Setting this up and can we WANNA thank Ken as well? David Ken Weinstein. And we WANNA thank. I WANNA thank you. Assistant Lewis for sending me that great box set. So that's where my copy went and you're not getting it back. They say been Gilbert Godfrey Jr Amazing Colossal podcast with my co hosts Frank Santo Padre. And we've been talking to the man who says that when Jews Italians get together. They make excellent monsters Hitman Stephen Fans and that was your takeaway killer Stephen True Stephen. This wasn't joy but my question.

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"zandt" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

09:31 min | 1 year ago

"zandt" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"You just don't know that's fascinating better. Though so I went down at the time. Some things don't change. He saw something in your face. He said that he saw you. Thought you had a Pacino. Look he thought you. Michael Corleone quality is that right. Yeah I guess but we also we had a very different kind of identity as a rock and roll band. You know we were kind of the rock and roll Ratpac we really were you know and and we all we weren't faceless nameless. Seidman you know we we actually had personalities and I played the Dean Martin Role Basically Bruises Frank Sinatra and Clarence was. Sammy Davis on steroids. That's a good analogy. But that was that was really how we were a cell. He saw that relationship we had you know and whether it was a you know an acting elements or all acting all the time a matter of degrees but yeah he picked up on that. Sylvia was such a beloved character. What kind of mail did you get from people? Well Yeah I mean the scariest thing really with was after the girl of you know will you killed intimate details characters as right after yeah jury. And that's that's a tactic. This poor girl completely innocent girl and gets caught. Raton south to the FBI IS GONNA whack. You know. And that's why I kill this innocent girl you know. I'm walking on the street appeal to you. Yeah man she had to come in man starving right on brother. What's the matter with you? Are you crazy? I totally innocent was a scary thing in a little sketchy. Get the opposite. A lot of people were pissed off because that was her favorite their favorite character you. They're all in love with a watch. That scene last night. It's a brutal scene. Yeah it's tough to watch his toughest thing I ever did. You get a lot of women that thought. It was hot that you are killing people. Well the question let me let me let me put it this way. In those days there was some. You know. There's a mob joint. You know the restaurants you know go to some of them and one in particular which will remain nameless particularly mob oriented and You know and they and they were there you know and when you see the real thing it's not it's not funny. It's not romantic. It's not like kids not cool. Very scary okay. Real guys really scary and you know Whether wives and girlfriends would you know cups would autographs for picture? You know and You know yeah I assure you know they looking look at them and how they're looking at you know and I just stopped going to those places I mean it was like maybe that was a good idea. No no that's it I'm not going I'm not even going near that place anymore. Mobsters always romanticized. Actors played mobsters at that. Goes Way back? Well it's a certain type of the track the anti authoritarian aspect. I think is what it's about. I mean you know a hundred years ago it was cowboys or whatever. It's one of those things are. I think it's hot known. Now are the gangsters imitating the gangster movies or the movies. Zimet which one came up with old cliche. Well that was the thing with the Godfather in particular. I mean that the book was a work of Genius and the movie of course greatest movie of all time and they were mobsters learning how to be mobsters from the movie in. And that's a fact you know I mean by the time we got the Sopranos they ran a FBI thing A transcript and the daily news the post of a bunch of my guys watching Sopranos. You know commenting on finals. And they like a guy's playing you guys playing you and look at this. And they were thought we were copying real crimes they were committing and certain one of us were playing there. They're you know while meanwhile they would take just making holding up. There was no real basis but it was funny senior. They were big fans of the show. Thank God you know God and you said how when you saw actual gangsters they could use describe how why it was actually see actual gangsters the feeling. Well the main thing you know right away there there are different. Species of people you know exceed in is the either Dead you know what I mean. I can't even explain to how that is or why that is but Preceding there is you know they still have that normal. Look you know and They carry themselves a certain way. You know it's it's exaggerated to some extent in the movies But sometimes it's it's closer than than than others but They just have a a certain way. They dress a certain way they talk. And you know it's different. It's very different in the you know. You don't WanNa get too close to that world. You know it's not your world really you know like I said we we did it. We didn't we tried not to Romanticize that world. I mean if you look you know we showed you know not the most exciting lifestyle experience. It's not the twenty. Ucla mean right. You know it's a tough lifestyle and these guys fall into it. You know maybe from their relatives or whatever they had no choice you know their neighborhood. You know we try not to. Romanticize it with the same time we had a certain respect for it and I carry that respect right into Lillehammer. I said you know I'm not gonNA do accommodate wanted to accommodate. I and I'm like I can't make fun of these guys. You know You know I'm making a living. You know More or less imitating them to some extent but I gotta do respect. You know what I mean. I can't I can't be making fun of them in any way the humor. That came out a little hammer. Sopranos was at a circumstance. Frank strikes me as more serious character in a way that Sylvia was Silvio's Kinda funny. Well he's dark well he had am I wrong. There's a little bit a little bit of humor. I think that's wrong. Essense the Silvio had more pressure on him really his job to protect Tony. Soprano you know so You know he had a little bit more. I think he was more serious. Actually Frankie the fixer. Everybody loved him. He was the guy in the neighborhood. That would take care of whatever the problem was and you know why when they attempted assassination happened and he's in shock and he says. I want to go witness Protection Program. Lily having no way because he was couldn't believe somebody would try and kill them. It's a great show. People need to find it if they haven't seen it. It's the first show enough. Yes very first show. We had joey pants here. We had pushing me here because we love character actors Dominic. We told you was here When you WANNA set and work with I mean you did you go into this and say look. I've never racket before. I'm going to be a sponge and try to learn a little bit from Riga and other guy we had here from soprano. Of course you know and one night. Fake get his fucking name all the time. And he's the King of character actor. Dick Miller yeah you know Dick Miller you know by face. The blood was Roger Cormon. Oh I love But these guys we we'd like to. We like to champion these guys. Who are maybe not the leading men were doing well. Let me tell you something I mean you know I was taking it seriously and me and all of us really work at it. But we're doing a table. Read the first The first day and we you know you just read through the script sitting around a table and you know the next day start filming it you know and I mean that was a nice thing. Not Every show does that. Maybe they do now but in those days it was an unusual thing. And it's nice because that's the only time you're gonna see the whole cast you know unless you have seen somebody you never gonna see them again. Toby brace around the table. I'm kind of like the whole. Experience is kind of surreal to me. You know what I mean like you know all of a sudden now. I'm an actor. You know Kinda Damn.

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"zandt" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

09:34 min | 1 year ago

"zandt" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"Then. He just threw it. Away and improvised is a film of IT Some Way. I can't find it. Nobody can find but how cold I have little Richard Presiding over wedding. I figure we're GONNA get married. Have a rock and roll. I Percy sledge saying when a man loves a woman Percy Sledge Sang too when we walked down the aisle. Yeah Wow nice. The Godfather Band Godfather outside of the sure Michael. That was the band godfather ban. Those guys that you find them you make a phone call. You know what you took it upon yourself to get involved in the careers of some of those people. I really did feel that number one but number two. I was like these. People are still fantastic and by the way fifties hardest. Oh yeah and the early sixties. Artists are very different than everybody. Who came after those days you actually had to have. I mean for real. You know they were saying you weren't over dubbing in tuning with devices you had to sing into the first time every time you know. And they're just the quality of these guys who's just amazing so I love producing them and Yeah I brought back whatever I could do it. I would bring them back and put them on records southside. Johnny's records to show people that they were still still great and I mean also a way of saying thank you but but More saying hire these guys you know. Lee Dorsey I got him out from under a car is working on a car Ronnie Spector got out of out of retirement. We Love Ronnie Spector's Ronnie Spector Fan over there. I just Of course what you did for Darlene. The only a little bit later but yeah so you just made. We made our first album and expiring. Us felt like we do on the podcast. Is they used to be like fantasy island and love boat so these old performers who were put out to pasture by show business would pop up and you go all this still good. Yeah we've had many of them on this show trying to prove that point and they and they tend to have been more icon than had more personality. Usually you know even back then and I you know for second on. We reunited the coasters. The drifters and five sentences. And a while then we did To record with Gary was bonds. You know who still fantastic really love. You know prepacked Chuck Jackson and Benny King on the Gary Bonds Album. You know just trying to show people how great they still were and It's it's a shame because they got they got shafted really. They did only not generation. Only the guys who invented it. You know of all people rule Twist Really I. It is and I spent my whole life trying to like you know. Make it up to that somehow. You know yes what they're in my regular rotation my in my you know you're going to hear of course king and whoever it was inspiring through with Darlene. That you put the call out to songwriters and and what else still produced two songs and twenty four hour. He sat me. I wrote four songs and like I wouldn't literally two days. Yeah that's nice. If he'd ask anybody for anything you know but in that case you know I you know I. This is the greatest thing in the world in my opinion and she really is and I was like I gotTa have the greatest songwriters right. Something new for her. You know and Baragan Cynthia married Classic Jimmy Webb. Who hadn't written for anybody for Thirty Years? You know He says you know. What do you want? I said that enough to Special Mcarthur Park a Joan. Jett Bruce springsteen Elvis sent me for like two days he says you know pick from some of these is nice but Impresa great record. Yeah I'm proud of that. It's a great record called introducing dialing. Love me well I hit. He's a rebel. Nineteen sixty two and and I gotta ask you jumping to. The Sopranos was shy. James Gandolfini like A. It was just an amazing way very best friends and I miss him every day. you know he was. He was a character actor. You know and theod thing about that. Show David trace was extremely creative in every way including who we casting and so you know when you cast a character actor as lead is a different vibe on the set him because he was very very humble about it and you know he pulled me. He pulled me aside. Pulled me over to a mirror? So we're we're going to look at this guy you believe. They cast me the lead. And what's a matter with these people? You know what I mean. He was serious about it. You know and Just a wonderful wonderful guy. One of the greatest actors I think ever just getting started is such a tragedy 'cause HE WAS. I think when a great actors of all time and I really really you look at any one of his films. Oh yeah even. If the film was not that great he's always great. Well recommend not fade away which I just watched again last night and on. His part is is an enormous but he makes so much of. I know these wonderful in that in your true romance. Yeah the one with Julia Louis Dreyfuss. The name which is escaping me very good. I'll think of it. Yeah get shorty. He's great and you know but He was a wonderful wonderful really big big loss and good to use particular under the circumstances. The Guy who had never acted before that they were going to react. You know 'cause You know these people. They they worked whole lives or you know they go to school. They were off Broadway you know and working their way up to TV. That's why I told David Trace in the end I said you know I don't know about this I feel like I don't Wanna I really feel a little guilty taking an actress job. You know these guys worked whole lives. Take an active job. I'M GONNA write a part in for you you know and so You know and that was nice. And but then Jimmy Bryson. They won any other guys two Tories. Rico vinny pastore eighty everybody lorraine they just me with the utmost respect right away. That's one of the crowd and play that character. You had a facial expression the way you keep your mouth way. You stood the way shoulders. Who were set based on any one person or a bunch of people? The bunch of the bus route. The Fan of the whole you know the whole genre. The whole you know roll back. You know what? You're you're a fan of those movies. I mean I know you love Rangel's with thirty faces again. Love the roaring twenties which we love holiday. Yeah I really did. I love Cagney in. I use more Cagney and Lillehammer actually but you know To create this thing in your head you know you want to steal things you know to obviously a little bit slow and I just I had to create the guy from the outside in you know so I found out where you know John. Gotti got his clothes made and went to his tail in the hair. The hair thing. He's the guy who wrote a biography about the fascinating. You know the guy was Grew up with Tony. Soprano and countless became his right hand. Man I kinda use my relationship with Bruce. You know to to do to do the point. I one of my favorite lines is in roaring twenties. Where BOGART says Cagney goes. You know you'll stash me things now. You're telling me and then. Cagney says so and he goes show my feeling sheesh getting very soon stuff one of the things I find fascinating goes to that that how David Chase saw you at the rock and Roll Induction. You were you. Were inducting your friends. The turtles are the hall of fame. Excuse me the rascals ended that little that little you wore the old rascals little Lord Roy outfit and you did a little better stick a little bit and he decided he saw that and he decided this guy's an actor he just doesn't know it yet. Yeah call this. You know you won't be a minute. Tv show like Geez. It's Nice really is. What do you mean though? I says the requirement. Don't worry you're an actor.

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"zandt" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

09:23 min | 1 year ago

"zandt" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"All privately funded in And FREE FOR FOR TEACHERS. They sign up. They use it and one thing. We've talked about a lot on. This show is even people who are supposed in no people who write about show business. Write books and articles and talk and you go. Wow they getting everything wrong. They don't know that's why you need to podcast thing. We love pop culture history. We like introducing younger people to older actors and older stars and Ron Dante. Here and we had we had Jimmy Webb. And we had Tommy James and we had Paul Williams and we have twenty six year old spice eight-year-olds listening to this show later who these people are. No but we feel a sense of accomplishment. Believe me it is because again they. They just don't have that natural curiosity about it. Don't ask me why because we did. We did and even though we may not even liked it. You know we may not have understood or liked Frank Sinatra. Till later we knew about them. You know what these kids don't. They just they just They have a certain way of just what dealing with. What's in front of them? You know as different different on the podcast. I love when I'll get a message from somebody who says I had no idea who that was by. Been looking them up. Barbara Feldon from get smart. Oh yes we had her on the show and we get mail from people who say I never heard of this show. I never heard of this person now. I'm going to go on Wikipedia and I'm going to look up to find her work so we feel an accomplishment absolute turning Lon record Oh yes how did go. So you know it Charlie Charlie Fox Produce that record. Oh my God the ninety nine one. Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah I remember. I remember the hook. You know ninety nine come up. They just come up on the records. They've everybody you know. Twiggy everybody everybody in those days so you took comfort in this idea of band that that that you were. Obviously you're saying you got kicked out of the House. She got kicked out of school. You needed what some sense of home. Some place to belong th th. The band thing was what appealed to me. You know I wasn't like I said I wasn't interested in Elvis Presley. Any of those people you know It just didn't occur to me. You know that being the spotlight all about me me me you know Nothing wrong with it now but back then Didn't appeal to me US. You know the family the the friendship the communicating community which is bands. Did that was what appealed to me. You know it was just a different way of living life. You know the gang the pasta you know the army you know. Take Your pick this football team club. Human Nature some extent to want to belong to something you know especially us? We were just freaks misfits outcasts wanted to go to college and went to the military. DidN'T WANNA work straight job. You say that about you and Bruce that that that you guys was nothing else you guys could do at a certain point. Yeah I mean people think you're so courageous and you know you're so noble for staying on the path. I'm like no we weren't we couldn't do anything else loses. Ask Me and him were the only ones you know in New Jersey. So that's partly why we became close friends because we both believed in this rock and roll thing one hundred percent which was not a given at that time. It was not a business yet. Sure and other people went into their father's job or they went into the military. They dropped off the. It was only about a dozen bands that come out of the garage and actually played in the local area but as soon as they had an option they took it. You know they had something some other way of making a living. They took it except for us. You guys shared an obsession. Yeah Yeah you know and again incapable of doing anything that S- fit into society. It's the Beatles literally saved my life. Yeah that's fascinating. I would've been a real soprano if not probably interesting. What did you meet any of the other Beatles besides just pulling Mingo Ringo I never met to Jonah Julie. Unfortunately Ringo's great you know he's a he's amazing. They both both vegetarians. In the look about you know thirty five vibrant youthful get maybe forty the most really it makes it really seriously consider what you what you're eating I read. The George was a favorite beetle. When you're kidding CETERA. Everybody had their favorite beetle. You know sound silly now but I like that. I liked the guy a little slightly behind you know a- This is my natural inclination. Was ever get in the spotlight type of guy. We will return to Gilbert Gottfried amazing colossal pot cash but first a word from our sponsor. So you started a band basically for two to have this feeling to have this to have this connection to find an family outside of a place to be and just Became a way to express yourself. It became a way to get laid. You know. Make US. Although we weren't that popular when we started with we figure is going to be hard day's night girl chasing you're allowed. The girls still wanted to sleep with football players and the funeral. The sports guys Was EARLY BANDS. And did you guys. Did you attempt originals? Did you do covers mostly covers those days? I didn't make until much later And I got on the oldies what they call the oldies circuit which was a very bizarre circuit. You know in the early seventies when the Beatles the entire British invasion came and by that I mean literally there was ten or fifteen. British band came all the same time and Americans were not even on the charts for about a year and a half and They put all the heroes at work. You know they didn't mean to do that but that's just what happened. And they all ended up on this thing called the Oldie circuit and even now like like late thirties. Early forties put out the pasture right. Everybody everybody in the fifties we had somebody on the show. Who who has that story? Neil Sadaqa He was here and he said he would meet these that new rating major stars. They would be thrilled to see him but The Public Health Neil Sadaqa in the industry really just completely turned their back. Yeah yeah which was. Just a terrible thing. Because starting with that that generational in the sixties the audience would grow up with them and stay with them to this day. I mean who's the biggest activist of the sixties of the stones and Beatles who the biggest today Stolojan Beatles. You know It wasn't the case with the fifties guys with the pioneers who invented it. Unfortunately whatever record you had chart by nineteen sixty four. That's why you're going to have for the rest of your life. You know so if you were lucky to have you know three or four hits like how many king or you know you're something like that you know you could kind of make it work because you want it to hit those one or two hits the rest of your life. Who are these? Who is some of these? All these acts that had been basically put out to pasture when you when you went on the developed. You're you're talking with a little Richard Chuck Berry and Bo Diddley. Jerry Lewis Me The drifters the coaster the Beatles and the stones worship these guys absolutely absolutely You know like I said it was unintentional consequence but Up until the Beatles every single record had a saxophone solo you know they put a thousand sax players were mentioned. Yeah I mean after that only five kept the sex and that's why it was so radical. When Bruce put a saxophone demand right he was making a statement. Like we're GONNA have a little respect for the past as well as looking ahead to the future. You know. We're GONNA have one hand in the past in future and that was a big move. I mean that was radical. We always felt that way. We always felt like we're part a tradition and proudly so. Yeah so but I met all my heroes. Little Richard wound up officiating. Your wedding. Yeah which was my wedding. Even didn't you say he? He basically lied and had never all the time. Yeah then we. We picked like the shortest sermon. You know.

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"zandt" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

09:47 min | 1 year ago

"zandt" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"The next it's like happened with radio and TV is it's like now. Okay you want to hear country. You go to this station. You WanNa Hear Rock. You go to this station. And everything separate. Except on my stations with intentionally broaden that out to you know but in both in my rock and roll format and my country format really broad out the roots of where things come from and And you know we have the widest formats. That ever were created. You know for that very reason you know. Turn people on things why not one broke my heart to hear you say that you would be the only guy playing the stones if the stone showed up today but that's what happens. It Paul McCartney puts out a new record. I'M GONNA play in right all right. Don't ask me why forty started. The Beatles channel playing a Beatles who thought we lived that long. You know the you know the Beatles go away I mean It's a strange world. We're living in right now. Thank God series came along with it did but is taught my show a couple of years before that and the format was crazy for people. I said I'm GONNA play all sixty years of rock and roll and its roots people. You can't do that. I said Yeah I'M GONNA play blue play soul I'm GONNA play girl groups on play surf. You know I'm not doing it all right. You know and British invasion and the best punk won't clash and Ramones and they're like you can't do that like yes you can if it's the right songs on TV. I remember I don't know if it was probably the Grammy's Paul McCartney came out and was playing and it panned to the audience and these two girls were looking at the cell phones and I thought. Wow this is how times have changed. Comey with discovered them right. I work with people who have no idea who Paul McCartney's that's the greatest part of the Oscars last night. One of the greatest moments was billy. Eilly doing yesterday and I think she's GonNa turn millions of young kids onto the Beatles. You're right because of that. I think you're right. I really I mean it you know. She's got millions of followers. You know and I like a lot but I wouldn't expect him to yesterday. We will return to Gilbert Godfrey JR amazing colossal podcast after days. Gal Is there something interfering with your happiness or preventing you from achieving your goals. I coul- I didn't realize that better better. I can only hope to improve better. Help will assess your needs and match you with your own. Licensed professional therapist. I'll can do this online. You can start communicating in under twenty four hours. It's not a crisis line. It's not self-help it's actually professional. Counseling done securely online. Everything is online now including therapy. There's a broad range of expertise in better health counselor network Which may not be locally available in many areas. 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And now we're only on spotify. Join us if you want. Obviously we'd never force anyone to just blindly choice bad beak crazy but if you like stories about doomsday cults who do exactly that and more please on spotify visit spotify dot com slash last podcast to listen free so one of the surprises of life. You're how you're how old when you're sitting there watching this and sixty four on the Sullivan show. My grandfather was there but I in the middle of New Jersey. The thought that one day you're going to be on stage with Paul McCartney is really conceivable now. That was a really literally I mean. I don't know top three highlights in my life. I mean him coming on stage with Bruce was one thing which was wonderful. Then he invited me and Bruce to join him at the garden which was amazing but then he came on my stage with the disciples of soul. You know a surprise and Wow making up for the curfew. Shut down for those of you. That's your story. The first time Paul came on stage would bruce springsteen in eastern Ben. We're playing Hyde Park and there was a curfew and like whatever ten o'clock and I swear it was like ten zero one ten. Oh One Paul McCartney onstage with Bruce springsteen and pull the plug. Russian pulled the light they turn. The lights were passed an auto parts. Yeah so he was making up he was he was writing wrong but anyway when he came with. David me man that was. I just remember being in my room. You know whatever. Twelve years old listening efforts album. Their first album was the first album anybody bought in my generation. You know he was actually the second album. But we didn't know that but I remember you know in slowing things down trying to learn how to play guitar to it. You know he's off stage and I remember. They had the Beatles Cards stickers let the merchandise Yeah Colonies Music. The late lamented colony. Music near the Brill building. They used to have a case in the back. You buy them. You can find the old beatle wigs and the old plastic and all this. I always wondered about this question. Anybody who's ever played with Paul McCartney do you sit down with him at any point and tell him specifically what it meant to you what he meant to yours he does. He just assume it at this point. You don't want to dwell on stuff like that. You know when you talk with people who are your heroes you gotta you gotTa forget all of that. You know you gotta just you know. They don't WanNa be anyone to be reminded of that really. You know what I mean. You WanNa just talk to him like a normal person and you're you're sort of Efi about meeting your heroes anyway. I I've always tried to avoid my heroes my whole life you know and I decided to say that you like punish saying fifty my heroes. I had to do on the Sun City record but I've always been a little bit gun shy because I had a bad incident when I was a kid. the rolling stones came to a park and Freddie King opened for them. You know it's blue sky and the kids I was with wanted to go. And look and get their autograph. You know there was only one hotel park until recently next. And I've never been autograph guy you know I didn't really get it but I said all right. We're going to make friends go up and down the hallways you know. And this is Freddie King. The doors open this Freddie King and Like pushing me go. Ask Him ask him. You know I'm GonNa ask them right all right Mr King ups. Are you get your autograph? And he he He's like come here and I separate Room Abi. He picks up the pillow on the bed. A big gun like a forty five. Oh my God I'm like I'm twelve at the half point of the gun battle. I don't play any Freddie King licks swear to God I don't record. I can leaks. Scarring so very reluctant. I was reminded of the Danny Kaye. George Carlin story but but Stevens as much scarier George. Carlin's life voice in danger. I said when he met Danny Kaye as a kid who was his hero. He brushed them off He never forgot it and he learned a lesson that he was never going to treat a fan. Oh that way especially with disrespect. Have you ever shot one fans intimidated by meeting a comedy hero of yours today? I was reluctant to do it. Let's face it Jerry. Lewis Allan King Jackie Vernon.

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"zandt" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

09:59 min | 1 year ago

"zandt" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"Think my father said if it was up to me. They Stop Scandal. Feeney's characters say in not fade away when he's watching the when he's watching the watching the stones. He says something similar. Yeah if it was up to me or something that night you know. I don't remember what he said but but for me. I saw my past meeting my future. You know Qassam italian-american Dean. Martin was my hero. You know sure and still is you know I mean I. I never stopped liking him and he was making fun of them terribly. I mean really really obnoxious. I've forgotten it and to this day. Don't mention that the kid Richard. I'm telling you wrote about it. And he still wants to. He wants to kill Dean. Martin was alive. Kill them again but but I mean for me. It made sense. Of course he's making fun supposed to make fun of them. You know what I mean. It was like even want to appeal to your parents. Spector you know so. The fact that that generation was completely appalled by these new rock and roll guys was Was more attractive to us. You know who's weird about that time period to you? Listen to the radio and they would be Frank Sinatra then the stones the olds and and the singing nun yeah green berets or novelty songs. Tip to tip toe through the tulips or yes or Napoleon an they're coming to take me they'd be like Sammy. Davis Ran Bob Dylan and the same thing on the old Hullaballoo show if you go back and look at them. We were very fortunate to have like. I don't know how many like eight rock and roll TV shows on every week you know. Yeah one of which was called Hullabaloo for only for a couple years but they were kind of mixing generations on that show. So you'd have rock and roll show but the host would be Jerry Lewis or you know singing with his son Gary Lewis for Sammy Davis Junior. You know they'd be the host of which is crazy when you go back and look at this stuff. I love it before you get what you call when radio became segregated when everybody what he's talking about the era that we could hear everything it was really was a common ground. Top forty you know but it was only. Am radio and we had two stations in this area and they're both identical. W MCA WABC. Yeah we're with the Harry Harrison and all those all those guys over there and cousin Brucie Alot. Who's still here unbelievably. Yes that's right. Yeah Yeah but they were. They were great before. Fm RADIO IT WAS. It was still great. Radio you know Wasn't the case in England. Those guys had to wait a long time before they got decent radio but but we were lucky right away. And then there was classic Duet With Ping Crosby and David Bowie Lady. Yeah yeah wonderful. That was great The drummer that would condos on those stations because it was because ABC basically played water. Whatever was on the charts? Yeah you could have bubble gum and rock and roll was staging a slow coo over the charts and slowly. You know they were pretty much take over by the British invasion with the Beatles and all that really started really taking over up until then a rock and roll was an underground cult that was kind of sneaking in with an Elvis Presley. Bill Haley and the comets. You Know Little Richard and those guys you know and then there was that also it was creepy when people like Frank Sinatra started trying to keep up with the kids and he did like Mrs Robinson. I love that. Yeah Yeah we format Platelet Jila. Love you more than you will. Let's better than COO. Coo Bird his his robin son played it on this show too but not affectionately always seem to me to jaw drop out little shocking you. I I love that stuff and Nehru Jackets and peace signs and the boots the Beatle boots. And he did the the famous above force in movie Which is what sweet charity or one of those. You know what he was doing. All the cool swinging dances. Oh Yeah Oh yeah no. Sammy was hit. Well why why is it never been a great movie about Sammy? Davis junior should be 'cause somebody told me you've got to be the most talented accomplish the guy in the world. I mean he's one of the guys in the history of show but I remember ever seeing a great movie about him or did you ever meet any rat pack and you travel never never rubbed elbows with. They wouldn't have liked me. I visited the Sopranos. Then they were like me a little bit but Nah list around that time of the rat. Pack and Martin and Lewis Shinola. I always think they were somebody. There's somebody alive who knows some really ugly secrets about them. Pretty much printed in a lot of Toshiba's book dino the rate book I want a Great Time. We lost him writer. Yeah the shame. Yeah fantast speaking of those deejays that that that went away those great. Dj's that we grew up with that was part of your idea behind underground garage. Wasn't it to bring personalities back to that I bring that world back I should be. We'd be the only generation at Handy Fun. You know. It's terrible. I really I. I feel really bad about what were leaving these these future generations. I mean because we grew up in what you call that renaissance period who had access to all of it. It was a renaissance. Okay when the greatest art being made is also the most commercial its renaissance period. You know and and we took it for granted totally but personality was was expected and and and and encourage you know in those days and suddenly when the consultants came into radio late seventies in the eighties slowly. All the personality was pushed into sports radio and talk radio and the audience went with it. That's interesting how how that happened. Well corporate somebody made a decision that you don't need personalities to play records. And they were they were fucking idiots. Because pretty much just like we. We've had a few kiddy show old kiddy show host on the podcast. You Ever Wonder Rama with Sonny Fox. I Watch Fox on the show. We had Chuck McCann John McCain and it was like back then you know in between the cartoons you had this friend on on TV. He was your adult friends and he was nice. Send Officer Joe. Bolton Captain Jazz McCarthy grew up Tristate Area Andy Devine sure Oh yes fine sandy. Becker gone but similar thing happen on radio. You know where you had a relationship with the DJ or the radio station. You know Harry Harrison. We just lost yes weekend. And and and you you. Didn't you know everybody's lonely a little bit? I mean me and you're right. They became your friends. I mean they really did. And what was funny about shows like Ed Sullivan is? It's like you know your kid you WanNa see like the rock band and maybe a comedian but and you were forced to watch an opera singer or ballet dancer and then which has plays the night the Beatles yes seo. Douglas Yeah the chocolate sure. You forced to watch stuff. You didn't WanNa Watch and then you go. Oh okay I got a taste that that wasn't so bad. And so you were forced to broaden your horizons actually to a smaller extending in a way. That's what Billy Graham did when he started fillmore. East and Fillmore West You know it was the first time a real production came to rock and roll and he would have you know the WHO and Miles Davis you know and buddy guy you know. I mean a and to exactly what you're saying where you came to see the. Who but you're you're getting turns onto a miles Davis or you know or some Blues Albert King You know and and that was a radical move we really. Oh bill for that that kind of foresight in telling people not giving them what they want but also a little bit of what they need. You know I think cellphones culture. Yeah I mean those days are over now. The radio to you did have to listen to Barry Sadler and the candy man and Yummy Yummy Yummy and every and every everything was only two minutes though and everything was always letting you know you didn't need to go away wait for a minute Nassar..

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Former C.I.A. Officer Sentenced to 20 Years After Spying for China

Anthony Valadez

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Former C.I.A. Officer Sentenced to 20 Years After Spying for China

"Federal judge has sentenced a former CIA spy to twenty years in prison for spying for China and here Shanna van Zandt reports Kevin Mallory was convicted on charges of conspiring to transmit US defense secrets to China. The Justice department says Mallory had many sensitive jobs, with government agencies and defense contractors, including as a covert case officer for the CIA and intelligence officer for the Defense Intelligence Agency, Mallory held a top secret security clearance and transmitted classified. Documents to China and exchange for twenty five thousand

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China's Xi touts more than $64 billion in Belt and Road deals

Chris Douridas

00:52 sec | 2 years ago

China's Xi touts more than $64 billion in Belt and Road deals

"The Chinese government says it signing new deals worth more than sixty four billion dollars reach during a summit with forty world leaders this week and pure Shanna van Zandt reports as part of aging belt and road initiative to connect China with the world. China's president Xi Jinping says the deals will deliver sustainable growth, but critics say the projects are leaving some developing countries with unsustainable debt in Zambia journalist, Eric wallo, says China is investing massively in the country. Most of the government officials Fagan's see the d'etre the money as comes in like, investing, enrolls and infrastructure. But in the long term, I don't know how they tends to get up to Dick's China says it's now setting up a framework to resolve debt risk in developing

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U.S. to slash payouts from 9/11 victims fund

Anne Litt

00:59 min | 2 years ago

U.S. to slash payouts from 9/11 victims fund

"The September eleventh victim compensation fund cutting payments in half. And in some cases by as much as seventy percent. The fund is running out of money as it faces. A surge of new claims NPR's, Shannon, van Zandt has more the fund compensates for deaths and illnesses due to toxic exposure from the September eleventh attacks, it has disbursed payouts to about twenty one thousand people since twenty eleven the fun now faces over nineteen thousand additional unpaid claims, and is due to expire at the end of twenty twenty John feel construction worker who was injured at ground zero spoke with NPR congress continues to put deadlines and auditory dates on I would legislation that we now passed a couple of times and twenty nine in two thousand fifteen but he's cancers and respiratory illnesses. They have no deadlines senators Kirsten gillibrand Chuck Schumer and other legislators say they will push for congress to restore cuts to the fund and extend its

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Border-security negotiations stall as another shutdown deadline looms

On The Media

00:53 sec | 2 years ago

Border-security negotiations stall as another shutdown deadline looms

"And negotiations to stop another government shutdown have reportedly stalled as lawmakers remain at an impasse over border security, NPR, Shannon, van Zandt has more Republican Senator Richard Shelby chair of the Senate appropriations committee told Fox News Sunday the chances of a deal being reached are fifty fifty. I think the next twenty four hours are crucial. We could close some deals with. They've got to be good to secure our borders. Sources tell NPR talks had broken down over how many detention beds for immigration and customs enforcement will be funded through the agreement. Democrats want to limit the number of beds to prevent ice from aggressively arresting. Emigrants? If a deal is not reached by midnight Friday. The government could shut down again just three weeks after the longest government shutdown in history. Shannon, Dan sent NPR news

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Saudi-led coalition regrets errors in attack on bus in Yemen

WCBS Programming

00:48 sec | 2 years ago

Saudi-led coalition regrets errors in attack on bus in Yemen

"Investigation into an air strike. On a bus and Yemen has found that the attack lacked military justification saint-pierre Shannon van Zandt reports the. Airstrike killed dozens of people including. Children traveling on a school bus and the Saudi led coalition that is responsible for the, attack says its own, investigation found it was unjustified the coalition, is fighting the the rebels in Yemen which are aligned with Iran and says it will continue to review its rules of, engagement the US provides support for, the Saudi led campaign through military advice and mid air refueling of. Saudi. Jets the UN has called, the war in Yemen one of the. World's worst humanitarian crises, with widespread malnutrition and outbreak, of disease before the UN stopped, updating the, death toll two years ago. The, war had killed more than ten thousand

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Molly Tibbets, Jason Middleton and China discussed on Dr. Drew

Dr. Drew

00:18 sec | 2 years ago

Molly Tibbets, Jason Middleton and China discussed on Dr. Drew

"Student Molly Tibbets was killed by multiple sharp force, injuries but it doesn't say what caused them the state medical examiner says the body found in rural. Iowa this week was Tibbets and that her death wasn't. Murder a man has been charged in the twenty year. Olds death investigators say he killed the young woman and later dispose of the body in a rural,

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Gunn dropped from "Guardians of the Galaxy" over tweets

Red Eye Radio

00:56 sec | 2 years ago

Gunn dropped from "Guardians of the Galaxy" over tweets

"Five Texas, the man who has directed. Two of the most successful marvel films of all time has. Been fired for old tweets guard against the galaxy James Gunn. Has directed the first. Two guardians of the. Galaxy films which together made more. Than a billion and. A half dollars. Worldwide however after some old tweets surfaced. In which he joked about pedophilia and rape Walt Disney, studios. Chairman Alan, horn fired gun from the third installment of the, film and. Severed ties with the director saying his tweets were indefensible? Shortly before he was fired, gun tweeted a? Number of apologies for his previous. Comments and said he was trying to get laughs and go for shock value with his earlier tweets I'm John Stolnis Kevin Kisner. Has company atop the. Leaderboard through two rounds of the British Open at. Carnoustie Zandt Johnson grabbed a share of the lead with a four under sixty seven there was capped. By a thirty foot birdie putt, I'm, Barbara, Kusak.

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Eating Nuts May Improve Sperm Count And Motility

Dave Ramsey

05:15 min | 3 years ago

Eating Nuts May Improve Sperm Count And Motility

"Got understand back in the in the sixties along the boardwalk in asbury park this this club music was just cascading out of all of these clubs that were down there and everybody was kind of in their formative years springsteen was in his formative years the reigning acting new jersey at the time were the four seasons and southside johnny and the asbury jukes were as big in that area that part of the beach the jersey shores what they call it they were as big as bruce springsteen springsteen would write for southside johnny at southside johnny would write for springsteen and they would share they would actually share talent for example clarence clements he might play for southside johnny on a saturday night after playing for springsteen on a friday night they would literally being clubs or white across the boardwalk each other say miami steve van zandt was the guy that produced all of southside johnny stuff but there was a a turning point in the music there springsteen went more of a guitar driven and southside johnny warwick with a horn driven and of course springsteen exploded and the horn driven that you hear here really didn't really take off in the early seventies it did for southside johnny because he had dates out you know from here to there that he could've played and he did he made a lot of money but he never really exploded on the national scene springsteen of course is a completely different story and it it came to pass maybe ten years after after all of that that a group called huey lewis and the news came along and of course they were a horn nebraska driven group very much do on to like this music here too and i asked him i said did that bother you at all it it didn't never really tell you know man i made a lot of money right and so on i made a lot of money playing clubs it's it's it's all cool he springsteen her to this day along with miami steve van zandt and a lot of the guys that that were in both bands including the late clarence clemens were wrong good friends and if you if you just i do because ended us but if you just look at the members of the group the eastern fan and whose common gone the members of this group and there have been a lot of players that have come and gone with the as aspirated uk's you'll see a lot of cross pollination between the two but that's what that is just really good beach music and we could use a beach around here it was not in the brochure they told me what i came here there was a beach what are you gonna do a by the way you know if you're lying around the house today and you don't really want to go outside and you're wondering yourself how do you think i could become more fertile and perhaps become apparent i saw something here that may be of interest to you i don't know it was of interest to me not that i'm trying to become a parent again but apparently eating nuts stop it like i'm talking about cashews and almonds peanuts eating not significantly boosted the number and health of sperm and young men they've done a scientific trial and the findings quotes support a beneficial role for chronic nut consumption in sperm quality the potential benefits of nuts for men struggling with fertility have yet to be probed but one hundred and nineteen men between the ages of eighteen and thirty five were divided into two groups one group eight sixty guam's grams because it was conducted across the pond sixty grams of almonds hazelnuts and walnuts daily on top of their usual western style diet while the second group got no nuts no nuts for you all the soup nazi after fourteen weeks the nut group quote had significant improvement in their sperm count vitality motilal that would be movement because those things wanna get motel and morphology which is the shape see what you're learning here today because what's his name is on vacation that was called him something else besides that so anyway the results were consistent with sperm improvement observed in other studies that looked at diets rich and omega threes antioxidants and vitamin c e n selenium ncaa and all that other good stuff so apparently if you'd like to become a parent and it's apparent that something you wanna do one would suggest to you that you dine on nuts seven four nine seven thousand one.

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Trump taps Kathy Kraninger to take over consumer protection bureau

To the Best of Our Knowledge

01:36 min | 3 years ago

Trump taps Kathy Kraninger to take over consumer protection bureau

"Thera bathrooms and medical facilities according to u s representative will heard there are four hundred beds out the temporary shelter but heard says federal officials are evaluating whether to increase that number two four thousand the department of homeland security says at least two thousand children have been separated from their parents at the border since the administration zerotolerance order went into effect in april for npr news i'm carlos what alice wanna president trump's loudest critics is taking the trump administration to task over the separation of migrant children from the parents at the us mexico border president trump as democrats for the situation instead of his hero tolerance policy but democratic senator richard blumenthal of connecticut says democrats aren't the bad guys here especially on thursday we should be terrifying families in supporting not ripping children away and then nearly demagoguing blaming it on democrats or anyone else when there is no law nearly six hundred african migra rinse at the center of the debate over immigration in europe have begun arriving at the spanish port of valencia then and talion coastguard ship the first to arrive and now the charity rescue ship aquarius has docked another talion ship carrying the rest of the migrants expected to dock soon that took the convoy nearly a week to travel from the waters off sicily after the aquarius was turned away by italy and malta president trump plans to nominate kathy cranach to lead the consumer financial protection bureau impure shannon van zandt reports cranberries deputy to mick mulvaney the director of the office of management and budget he's also currently acting as the director of the cfpb pb which he regularly criticised while in congress the white house calls crandon astonished supporter of free enterprise consumer advocates expect her to continue mulvaney deregulatory agenda the white house says the bureau has been plagued by excessive spending and politicized agendas the obama administration established the cfp be to protect consumer from predatory lenders and other financial risk shannon vincent npr news washington reza macedonia have signed a deal aimed at resolving a long running dispute over macedonia's name today signing ceremony was held after greek prime minister alexis tsipras survived a no confidence vote in parliament yesterday and from washington you're listening to npr news a candlelight vigil is being planned for tonight in kansas city for the two sheriff's deputies killed while transporting inmates from a court hearing the investigation suggests that one of the.

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"zandt" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"zandt" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"People do you have big plans for the new year well square space makes it easy to turn your idea into a unique website showcase your work publish content even sell products and services of all kinds in just a few cliques you can customize everything from the way it looks to the way it works using beautiful templates created by worldclass designers and there's nothing to install patch or upgrade advert head disgrace base stockhom for a free trial and when you're ready to launch used the offer code wtf to save ten percent off your first purchase of a website or domain all right yeah the at holiday time okay i should start the show why am i doing this way with my voice yeah who is at all i know it's al pacino incentive a woman all right leads do this how are you what the bunkers what the fuck buddies what the fuck nears what the fuck cicles i don't know how's it going i'm mark marron this is my podcast wtf welcome to it today on the show stephen then zandt little stephen is on the show the guitar player for the east read band also an actor played sell on the sopranos is also how he has his first solo album out as little steven in nearly two decades called soul fire you can get that bans on the road but it was exhibits exciting man steven van zandt here in the garage with his bandanna on arrived in sandals.

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"zandt" Discussed on Off Camera with Sam Jones

Off Camera with Sam Jones

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"zandt" Discussed on Off Camera with Sam Jones

"And now we're gonna take another call this is nathan from los angeles and i have a sneaking suspicion i know which nathan it is let's pick up the phone and find out is this the famous nathan sudden oh my god wants you jones how are you i'm good how you doing good hey we should tell people that you are the very nathan sudden that on the show timeseries rohde's immortalized ronnie van zandt in our episode i was just try not to chew up too much scenery their man you know for people who don't know i directed in episode of rohde's on showtime which is cameron crowe's road to the travelling road crew slash musician series that was on for one season with luke wilson than carla good gino and and i address in episode with nathan here's on the phone and a bunch of other fine folks about running van zandt and leonard scattered and it was one of the best experiences of my life and nathan you put in so much work in that role and and it was just it was wild to recreate an entire world of the 1970s you know and and tell that story and it's still remains one of the most amazing experiences of ever had peel the exact same women that was really special a about a month it i was able to be a part of it but people still tell you about that up so maybe it was the best one of rohde's from what i can hear so he did you did good so did you and there was a lot of fun will a my question for you first of all congratulations on you just got over a hundred episodes now right we did thank you yeah we did ron howard for our hundreds and believe it or not were already at one hundred fourteen my question was seem to be getting a lot of knowledge and talking with the best in the industry and i'm wondering when you're gonna when you're in a dui future well that's a good question you know right now hiv cut us doing 45 shows this year and i will say right now the show is rightfully taking up a lot of my interest in time absolute and i'm able to have a.

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"zandt" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"zandt" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"Overton coming off a win a five innings started home against las vegas as homestand allowed five runs six annexed who runs a win in his previous starts at that at fresno so 'backtoback starts he has picked up the win two and sue to on base the pitch swing and another foul ball into the rightfield stance apple it a left zandt hitter and overton throwing softly apples well ahead of these pitches and he's pulling the ball above the firstbase coach in the air and high into the air out of play two balls into strikes on in overton a two balls into strikes fast off the plate of all three balls a two strikes we are in the second inning he decide has a base it neither side has arrived the rainiers at two on base atsu airs one out in the evening on a fly ball the vaon fitch runners stays swinging a fly ball this time it's fair dr a second baseman waving his arms calling for the ball infield fly call dr no catches the ball apple inzell now zach shank right him adding right we saw last year primarily as an infielder he's in the outfield tonight to sixteen two home runs hit thirty nine beddedin.

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