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"anthony kiedis" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"A president. The president about to change. Let me know. Joe pistone by the way dope dollar bill. Joe pistone no is focused on. Is the guy left from over history and had to tell being on the outside. Because that's how you carry your money if you're a wise guy. I actually wonder do people still carry cash. And if so how much. Because like literally i told you i do not have one dollar in my wallet. You said you have thirty dollars because you said you had to get change. I need it. Yeah needed to pay something. Cash went to a store did the whole thing and that was my change. Also you gotta realize too. I move about the cabin a lot. So if i'm in some of these places where travel to cover stories on assignment and this that and a third. The cash goes a long way than it does l. as a very modern city even though sort of food truck economy is different. Like you can pay card. You can pay with your phone. You can play with your watch. You can do all sorts of things. Do you get into different parts of america. That's not gonna fly. But you know what i mean better pull out greenbacks. Otherwise you're stuck you know and that's that's a large part of it. It's funny you say you can play with your watch. Laura remember the last episode. Was it last or two episodes ago of ted lasso. where where he needs to get to He needs to get to the game and he gets on one of those bicycle riding towns. He paid his lots. He gave his watch he dan. We got a lot to get to here this afternoon. It is thursday but college. Football is kicking off today. So like i was all ready to go. Clinton with boise state versus central florida again. Football junkie guilty as charged but that game is a weather delay on espn and then coming up a little bit later on this afternoon. The one game that. I'm really curious to see ohio state versus minnesota which is a big fox. So here it's thursday afternoon and they're putting that on their their network like on fox sports one. Yeah okay so college football kicking off today. Lots to get to with the dodgers with the giants the giants winning today. The dodgers off today both teams tied for first place going into this weekend series. We'll get to a lot of that stuff coming up. We've got a lot. We wanna get to but coming up next it's overrated underrated. Let's find out. What greg bergman has prepared for us next this is pseudo and kaplan seventeen. Espn thank you very much. chris. I can barely hear myself. That's weird. oh that's way better i anyway. Let's go to birthdays. Why am i still hearing you just fine. But i still hear overrated now me. That was me. I pressed the wrong thing. It's okay. I can kill me later quickly by the way for all of us. Who telling me that brent franklin was not a president. I know that's the joke. Okay all the old random forefather white guys are the same in most people's minds dad. He's the humorous part. Get with the program stop. Tweeting me for those of you. That aren't following. We were having this conversation earlier. About how much cash do you carry. And then we didn't know who was on the two dollar bill. I don't even know who's on any of the bills really. And then i see dina. Rogers jumps in and she says on twitter one hundred dollars. What if the power goes out. And you don't have any cash on you know that's a good point. It's a very solid point. Says that overrated underrated. Not carrying cash waco laurel overrated to me. I mean i carry cash when i have to. So yeah. i'm going to say Carrying cash is underrated. I i prefer to carry cash. I i hate the fact that i literally. I'm looking at my wall. I got no cash. You walked right into that one cap all right so clinton it. Was it a joke. So what did i get that. But she was just trying to get us to go to overrated underrated. What was funny though. We answered it segue laura selma hayek or keanu reeves clinton. I mean is it possible to keanu. Reeves's underrated. I don't know but this is one of those where i feel like this game needs a third used to it. Used to be directly rated. You know what i'm saying. It used to be overrated underrated properly rated properly okay. Well then i'll just. I'll bring that back for a quick second keanu reeves properly rated as tremendous in my household. I mean that's all there is to that. What are we talking about here. The guy does not make bad movies. His gift game is super strong. And he's an intergenerational star in a lot of different types of genres of movies of course kiana reeves's correctly rated guy's amazing. What's the movie. I'm trying to think of the name of it off hand. I can't think of it. But it's the one with patrick swayze where he's the break can't think of the name of it on sean. Utah talk. Gimme that's all right movie. I love movie anthony. Kiedis isn't that movie sidebar. Chili's so is so. Is the of the chili peppers. Yeah i know. I just want to say that fleet. Yeah for these great big laker fan. Anyway yeah this is tough though. Because you know i love johnny utah. Really i mean she overrated. I don't think she's overrated but Reeves is not overrated. Well all right somebody gotta be one. Somebody got to be the other. Cana reeves love him. Going underrated selma liker..
"anthony kiedis" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Proud first generation Latina and officer at CIA. I am unapologetically. It means the CIA is defending its controversial recruitment video series, saying the program's been a successful tool for recruiting analysts and operatives and they plan to continue it in 2019. We started our ongoing social media syriza humans of CIA. Our goal is to humanize CIA through our instagram, Twitter and Facebook accounts so followers can see themselves here and apply. Intelligence sources tell Fox News. The CIA's goal with the series is to get rid of the cloak and dagger mystique surrounding the agency and highlight the actual pee. Both behind it. But one of President Trump's former CIA director, says this messaging is all wrong. Despite the fact the serious launched under President Trump. A number of Republican lawmakers and people on social media have ripped into the ad criticizing the nation's highest intelligence agency for its woke message that included a Latina agent, describing herself assist gender and Intersectional red hot Chili peppers, becoming the latest artist to dump their song catalog for cash, Red Hot Chili peppers, her selling the rights to their song catalog for reported 140 million variety reports. The band is selling the publishing rights. With London based music investment firm Hypnosis. The Anthony Kiedis fronted force informed the 1982 in Los Angeles. They're the latest in big name recording industry artists to sell their catalogs. Last year, Bob Dylan sold his 600 Song catalog for more than 300 Million, and Stevie Nicks sold hers to primary wave for 100 million. The Chili Peppers songs were largely written by Kita San bassist Flea. Drummer Chad Smith and guitarist John for Santa Hypnosis also grabbed half of Neil Young's catalog for 150 million. That's Michelle Pelino reporting, vice President Harris travels to Milwaukee and White House correspondent John Decker was with her. We'll talk to him live stories trending sand Ego County has recorded.
"anthony kiedis" Discussed on Fallacious Trump
"It's that kind of thing that will be much simpler than the weird box thing. The black yeah in the sky but that would have invoked having anthony. Quinn set all the time. We have a lot more expensive day of black room. Fly mao it after. He's going to try it so he's a much bigger star than anybody else in there. I'm sure that's why they made that choices purely on a cost basis because it looks shit compared to any other option they could have. Yeah and it's all done in mid short you actually get to see his lakes any point so i think he's probably sitting on the toilet during the they save money on on trials. Yeah filled cystic win. Given the fact though he changes his all the time. Yeah so you number so when you when you head off to heaven could the convention is. You're wearing the things you you would last seen alive in just got to be a matter of life and death. They're all airman show you know. That's why they're wearing their uniform. So there's just turn up in what they will stood up in but no he's up there. He's excelled committed suicide in a dressing gown but he's up in a kind of safari suit or is the thing is epaulettes on it and they couldn so he flirts with the angel. Then the next thing we're at we're back in the ranch per hour in the middle of nowhere in the snow and it's his. Yeah yeah talk a hole in the snow and shoved in come. the spring is going to be. Yeah that's new way. They dug into the ground. It would be way too hard at that point in the winter. Claiming so that yeah. It's just they just voted in the snow and so she is pitching a funeral is where he's he's she's broken that promise. She basically she found what looks like a black. Tom and killed in climbed inside is like she said such an enormous black furry outfit. It's ridiculous. yeah yes exactly. So all the black housekeeper going on now thought we were safe but no no no such where actually the will actually given the weather. That's probably the most sensible thing to wear taunt. Yes quite are. They kind of weeping away. There's a there is a long shot at one point where they kind of pill so slight ten over the whole. The implication is that's where anthony kiedis but we don't get any shut down the whole or anything like that so he might as well not be there just purchased as well so yeah. Here's to her and tells to suit and a black hat quite turning up your own funeral. Yeah black-tie everything our you know. It's good look good in a godfather esque carter movie. Why did nobody ever cost him. Why did why did he agree to this. Movie so yeah. There's an awkward moment where kate is talking to the sky to release lines sought correct talking to this guy stood next to someone. I i will tell you that someone is in a minute because kind of amazing. But and she's i'm gonna compensation next look at. I'm looking at her going. You're right. She's because she says things like you know if in.
"anthony kiedis" Discussed on Around the World in 80s Movies
"North Carolina Victorian style farmhouse. It's actually shot in a small town within Los Angeles. County. That farm houses inhabited by this newly orphaned teenage girl named Deirdre Clark play by Oni sky and her grandmother. Grace Maureen O'Sullivan plays grace suspicions run high within the household resulting in the aliens taking casualties in this. Gunfight with some of the local yokels, they just want to be left alone they wanted to leave earth peacefully but police began surrounding the house and they're just barely able to contain some of those gun-toting locals who were out for revenge for these aliens for killing one of their own. That's pretty much the setup. It's a, it's a standoff for the rest of the film. Stranded does contain some decent acting Joe. Morton is especially good here. The SCIFI trappings are enough to keep this otherwise formula home under siege premise afloat for its meagre eighty minute run time I only sky she is the daughter of folk singer Donovan came into her own, most popularly as the star leap email star opposite John Cusak in see anything Marino Sullivan she's mostly known for playing Jane in the Johnny Weissmuller Tarzan films she also happens to be Mia Farrow's. They both quit themselves pretty well enrolls that are not particularly nuanced Joe Morton Played Hollis McCann a take, no Grefe new sheriff in town. The town is full of racist and xenophobic rednecks, and they kind of turned into a lynch mob. When one of their own gets killed by these allegations and to make matters worse, the hostage negotiations get gummed up. A meddlesome agent from the Defense Department or maybe she's dot who knows what she is. She's also interested in getting her hands on these visitors from space. But how is sheriff McCann's going to take all of these aliens in alive? When everybody around them seems to want them dead except for the hostages that they've taken in the house, they are playing for their safety they want them to just be able to leave earth without harm despite the fact that the murdered a local. Now that's the complication I suppose stranded is the first feature that's directed by veteran documentarian Fleming be fuller who takes his pseudonym of text fuller here he hails from North Carolina where the film is set. Fuller had been trying to break into directing commercial films for several years. He began his journey writing a screenplay based on his nineteen seventy seven documentary called death row. But because death row had bleak subject matter, he found very few takers on the project especially since he didn't really have a track record in making feature films. So full of decided, he was going to look for it low-budget endeavor that had science fiction appeal because he's a big fan of the science fiction genre. So we. Headed to this popular talent agency in Hollywood Paul. Kohner and he met with an agent there in Gary Salt Salt represented this unknown screenwriter named Alan Castle. So salt showed fuller castle script. The had this science fiction premise with a strong thriller element. It was then entitled Shockwave and Fuller read this and he thought that it was very reminiscent of a lot of other works that he liked James Faulkner because of the heroes coming together to try to protect this group of innocence from the Prejudice townspeople. He also liked that there were elements here that seemed like the aforementioned desperate hours there was also a thematic lesson on mob mentality and intolerance that was very reminiscent of Frankenstein and there was also a kind of either beauty and the beast or maybe a Romeo and Juliet aspect to the teenage girl and one of the aliens beginning to have some sort of romantic feelings for one. Another fuller felt he should make the sheriff in the script a black man specifically in. Order to add more thematic attention to the story based on judging people by their external appearance and with ripe thematic material, regarding bigotry and fear of the unknown and the kindness of strangers fuller felt this would be an entertaining science fiction film with an important underlying message for younger people over to have across the board appeal instead of a horror story about aliens attacking townspeople fuller felt at this be if he shaped it correctly a heart warming story about an alien misunderstanding. So he decided. That this would be a good first project to get into the movie business. So he took it to associates of his producers, Fourteen Wolf and many other films over the years Bark Levinson and Scott Roosevelt and the first thing that they did was the name of the script to stranded rather than shockwave they felt that shockwave was too similar entitled to this very, well known at least cult well-known Nineteen, seventy, seven Nazis Zombie film from Ken Wider Born called shock ways another change that. They may was reducing the dialogue within the film specifically of the aliens they didn't. WanNa have the aliens conversing so much and see a bunch of subtitles except for some occasional utterances, the aliens described castle script were also much more eerie and otherworldly in the way that he described them within historian. So Fuller decided that they should go for more humanlike alien appearances. So audiences could more readily identify and sympathize with them. The communication among the aliens would be mostly non verbal, they would use. Expressions and maybe some telepathy and once they had the script to their liking, they took it to new line cinema who specialized in genre films with a modest budget and new line cinema gave them three million dollars to shoot film Duane Davis. He was hired as the sound effects editor. He developed a language and he dubbed in the voices during post production, Academy? Award. Winning makeup artists be Shell Burke took him the Oscar for quest for fire and. Then later on Bram Stoker's Dracula she captures the look of the aliens here determining going really right down to granular things like what colors should be used for the weapons and other props that they have in their possession. The aliens here are humanoids they resemble characters that we might find on a typical episode of Star Trek, the next generation or something like that although the film was in the can before that show debuted, some might say that the. Aliens here look like a Glam. Rock band from the Nineteen Seventies. Certainly, it does have that appeal Michelle Burke for the look she researched ufo's and the descriptions of the aliens by witnesses for inspiration, and what she found had already been done pretty much extensively in movies close encounters of the third kind. So she thought that she would do the opposite here she would give the aliens colored contact lenses and headpieces with full heads of hair instead of. Just being these bald humanoid creatures, they would also look beautiful not eerie and they would be much more angelic rather than demonic although there robotic leather clad bodyguard is still intimidating to humans who may not understand such things after a month of conceptual drawings they came up with these five aliens that they eventually used in the movie. The aliens in the film cannot speak English, but we learn the background of their plight and the details of their escape. From their home world to Earth. Using the telepathic powers of this glowing crystal they have in their possession the to humans in the house give the aliens names clean is their leader. Queens son is dubbed Prince. Eventually, he becomes the love interest of a sort for Deidra. The Queen's right hand man is named Sir the silent. The silent fighter servant is named Warrior play by Spice Williams in the movie and their companion is named gestures kind of the. Comical one he's like a pet to all of them gesture here though is played by flee flee of course of the funk rock band known as the Red Hot Chili peppers fact at a wrap party flea introduced Red Hot Chili Peppers Frontman Anthony Kiedis to the female star of the film. I Oni, Sky Flea was certain I only sky was absolutely Anthony Kiedis hype now that the problem here said, she was still sixteen at the time that they. Met Anthony Keates was twenty four. He had just come out of Rehab for drug abuse, but he wasn't dissuaded by her age when they met. So they developed a romance. Keita's started taking her out and he became her first boyfriend and their relationship continued a couple of years till nineteen, thousand nine, and that's when Keita's recurrent drug issues proved to be too dark for I only skype cope with. So she left him for Adam Horowitz otherwise. Known as King Ad, rock from the Beastie boys had grown close to core wits when Keita's ran off with his drug friends instead of coming home at night. So and by the way, if you're a big chili peppers fan this film definitely not named after the Chili Peppers Song called stranded that stranded was a a well travelled parody of the theme song to this television show called branded but they changed the lyrics of that song to being about. Being stuck in public restroom with no toilet paper Kinda comical take their that has nothing to do with his movie at least I. Hope Not I'm glad they took that scene out if it actually appeared in the film now, this is a very dimly lit film. It's set almost entirely at night they filmed the external scenes every day between five in the afternoon and five in the morning it often feels very contained. It feels like it should have been a play nearly all of the action takes place either within or maybe just outside of the CLAUSTROPHOBIC farmhouse. Unfortunately, this is not really a very exciting way to spend eighty minutes especially since we don't really come to know much about these characters to. Truly care what happens to them by the end. The special effects here very minimal there really no better than a cheaply produced television show that has laser blasts and occasionally floating diamond shaped crystal object that records their collective memories veteran actress Maureen O'Sullivan. She. Took the part of the grandmother here because she regarded stranded as a very fun departure from the Types of roles that she normally took. She was in what was regarded as a science fiction fairy tale definitely something she had not done before and she had just appeared in woody Allen's Hannah and her sisters. So she received some acclaim for that prior to these films O'Sullivan as I mentioned she had been known more for playing Jane Opposite. Johnny Weissmuller in. Tarzan films from many decades before her relationship with gesture in this film was actually a callback to her relationship with the chimp named Cheetah in those films. Post Sullivan. Who hated working with Cheetah? She much preferred working with flea who is much more nice. Rather than those chimps there were several of them that plead Cheetah they were mean tempered and would occasionally bite her unlike flea who is actually quite a nice guy. I only sky she landed the GIG in this film after coming to success in river's edge, she had no formal acting training when she appeared in river said she was kind of spiraling off the success there she was to be the female romantic lead. In this film falling in love with an alien she feels she may have actually real life fallen for Prince, the alien in real time but it was disconcerting when she actually got to see Welsh actor Brennan Hughes without his makeup and not in character to really burst her bubble because she had come to him in his disguise. She felt like she knew prince but Brendon Hughes when she finally saw him without makeup was a complete stranger when she'd see him and she was not nearly as interested Joe. Morton. took up the project because it was the first. Hollywood scripted. He had read in some time in which the male lead character was black morton had come to some prominence starring in another film about a misunderstood alien talked about that. In the prior episode of this podcast, the brother from another planet in Nineteen eighty-four stranded had more studio funding behind it and it was more of a chance to go mainstream. So morten took the role hoping to get more exposure in films. Now, text fuller's direction here is workmanlike. Doesn't really have a lot of flash, maybe not a discernible style to attach to fuller. It's a collection of cliches very reminiscent of several well known in better films you will struggle to maintain teen interest. If you're even a casual filmgoer who have seen your share of movies just like this, it doesn't have a very strong sense of humor about itself a really about anything that have made it worthwhile for people who don't necessarily like kind of movie to Kinda get by unfortunately it's instantly forgotten once it's complete. Surprising developments to generate intrigue or suspense, but it's also not what I would consider to be a bad film released a so bad. It's good feel for those people like those kinds of ironic movie watching experience is it's too good to be bad. It's too bad to be good. So what's your left here is kinda straight up the middle as far as films go stranded did receive a small release a limited region based rollout didn't have press. Screenings afforded really tanked in the theaters it came and went about as quickly as a spaceship in the night it was produced for three million dollars. It did not come anywhere close to making that money back. So Fuller and the producers they had intended to do another castle script for their next feature. While the we're making this movie, but the results of stranded left them stranded as for where to go and another movie was never made with An. Alan Cassell script fuller did direct I think one more feature after this in the early nineteen nineties but his career never really developed into that feature filmmaker that he had wanted to become so all and I will give stranded too bad to be good too good to be bad. It's right up the middle. So I will give it two and a half stars out of four two and a half stars on my skill means it had the tools. Have the talent definitely had the actors here and a lot of the technical specs to be a good movie. But because the script is really nothing new despite having aliens in it and the direction not very inspired it just kind of languishes throughout and not even the good performances by the actors are enough to boost it into what I would consider to be a recommendable film for most people so to and ours is the best I can give. Stranded doubt if you happen to be watching this, there is a scene that plays over the end credits where reporter interviews the survivors of the aftermath was not in the original script tacked on just to kind of have a change of pace at the end. It's also the first sunlight and the first were of change that we see in the film. So it became kind of a a novel to kind of throw at the end the reporter by the way in that scene is played by the producer mark. Rosenthal he calls it his Hitchcock Cameo, he actually appears in most of the films he has produced. So kind of a fun treat I guess if you're a fan of such trivia as for next week, I'm going to be moving onto another film. Now, brother from another planet had one alien that appeared on earth that's refugee. This had five and the next one will be hundreds of thousands of refugees that have come to earth in their spaceship, and they happen to be like the brother from another planet slaves. Escaping for a better life on earth I'm talking about a film from nine, hundred, ninety eight. I've seen quite a few times over the years since one night enjoy rewatching from time to time it is a film starring James Caan and Mandy Patinkin, and it is called a nation. So if you haven't seen alienation or if you haven't seen in a while I, do encourage you to check that out before next week's reviewed that one by the way is readily available on home media and your vod streaming services. So you have no excuse but to check that out for next week's episode alienated from CNN Eighty-eight. Thank you everyone listening hope that you enjoy this look and fairly obscure film. Called stranded. I try to mix it up from time to time. I don't want to just cover all the classics because there are a lot of smaller films that are very interesting to talk about within the nineteen eighties and I. Hope you agree if you have your own thoughts on stranded if you are one of the few who have seen it, you can write me just let me know you actually have seen this film before maybe you're a fan, you can find my contact information on my website that's equipped stir dot neck. He wip S. T. E. R. Dot net twitter feed facebook page instagram, or also ways you can get in touch with me all of that at that site. Until, next time. Thank you so much for listening in joining me on this trip around the world in.
"anthony kiedis" Discussed on WGN Radio
"And I'm off tomorrow through next week. Hey, Neil is going to be filling in correct the whole week. Yep. He'll be felon in tomorrow. And then Ah, all next week. Yes, sir. Okay. I missed a few days. This week because my dad was in the hospital. And I had to You know, make sure that that that's okay. He's he's He's fine now. He's out. Leave. You were going to Julie tonight. So So anyway, And thanks for all the support and and Tom, thanks for the work that you did while I was I was off. And my thanks to management for letting me take a few days off. So Okay. Hey, doppelganger. So here's the double gangs have a bad reputation. Yeah. I'm trying to remember if I if I got anybody any other celebrities Just The main one is Anthony Kiedis. That's the one I've gotten the most. Over the years. Oh, Chuck Bass. Chuck Bass from Gossip Girl who Who think my ex wife your ex wife needs head checked. Shut up best. Yeah, Yeah, She's not the only one I used to get when Chuck when gossip girl was popular. I used to get Chuck bass a lot. Good Lord. That that show rules..
"anthony kiedis" Discussed on Your Favorite Band Sucks
"To Norwegian black metal a response to the long winter doldrums. It sounds like a theory. You need to be giving someone credit for. Because it's pretty good today. Buddy I remember who said no? No I think culminated across many Asians visit response to the environment that they're in so it's hot. Yeah instead of making glad death metal like the the People Norway that were cold all the time. These guys were hot all the time. We KEEP SAYING METAL. It cannot be overstated. How important it is to understand that Phil was into hardcore punk? He panthers basically what happens when there's a kick ass hair metal band. Who Hires a hardcore vocalist? Who also for? Some reason happens to love Judas. Priest he gets in the door with his rob Howard impersonation all the while knowing. He's going to transform this band into stadium hardcore. That's essentially what this band became on. Vulgar display of power and far beyond driven is a stadium hardcore band. Here's the most successful hardcore band in the world is practically what you're looking at. And then after that. What far beyond driven comes out which has got to be their biggest album. I would think think yeah. It just goes off a clause. It was piggybacking on the sales and continued reputation of vulgar display of power. Great Southern Tranquil. Sucks to album suck added this song. Tens on great southern trend kill is also exactly what I'm talking about with Phil's singing that song as why can't do this reinventing the steel the gave up it's over at that point the anyone likes reinventing the steel doubt there's any even Pan Tara quote unquote fans that can name three songs off. You were gonNA say members who like I was going to agree with you. I don't think I think that they just hated each other. Too much at this point That's a phone it in L. Them. It's hard to know whose side to take in this argument. Honestly because I'm pretty sure. Vini pause a fucking liar fill is beyond the capabilities required to have all conversation with someone and you never know if that's what's going to happen when you pick up the phone call them going to get on the phone right now. Is this going to be even knows who he's talking to exactly so it's hard to know whose side to take in this out. Imagine both sides are probably at fault. So let's think about this so they really only put out two albums anybody actually cares about truly at the end of the day vulgar display of power far beyond driven. Yeah it's also weird. This ban was on. Mtv A lot more than band who metallica knows. Basically METALLICA and Pandera. Yeah on MTV. You could still see Panta video after Nirvana killed hair. Meadow Pinheiro was still huge. What was this song that really popped pain tour to the next level unbroken it was either walk or broken would have been huge? I'm broken though I think was like a. That was a big song. Big Video cemetery pretty big video. Actually the trying to think of whatever that Metallica Song was the Oleg Enter Sandman unbroken was Pandora's entertainment but to the one thousand degree is entertainment was like on top forty radio and this is one of my favorite things about tough metal. Guys is how much they care about. Someone's hairstyle I have seen so many conversations of people talking about when Phil's hair looked a certain way I've seen people talk about Phil having shaved head like it was some significant thing that let hardcore kids feel they were welcome at Panera shows. They really wanted to get punched in the back of the head and a circle. Pig the walk riff. And I'M GONNA fucking smash my face in the ground or something. The rest of these guys after they took off the makeup and spandex pretty much had a look that they stuck with for the rest of their lives but not fill some point there. He had a cut hair down to the side there. He did have that ponytail and just chop it and let it go chin. Length via dudes named Sean in the nineties had this hair lot. Yeah he did have that he had a shaved head all way he also had the anthony. Keith I actually dude fill is kind of the Metal Anthony. Keita's Shit Dude. That's deep the way he jumps around on. The stage reminds me anthony especially like that wide leg landing thing that they do kind of stomp around him. Being the main reason why the band sucks. There are some aspects of red. Hot Chili peppers. Could work if they didn't have Anthony Kiedis on top of it. Panther was an instrumental band. They'd be better than they are. Hey Mark you know those rented billboard you see that point out how good of an idea it would be for a company to rent that Advertising Space. Yeah the ones with the graffiti all over him. You know those empty billboards that you see around him yet. You wonder how did that guy get up there and spray paint that sign and not fall off? So did you know that we did? A million downloads and twenty nineteen. I did know that it's pretty awesome. Because we only put out like nineteen episodes last year. I guess our show is just so great. There are always a ton of people going back and listening to our old content a million times. Our voices have been injected into our fans ears. Another thing is we have dynamic ads stitching. I have no idea how it works. But somehow we can plug this new message. We're recording right now into all of our old content and that's what people will hear through the magic of technology. We are able to but this very thing that you're listening to at any moment in the history of our podcast so yeah when companies advertise on our show they can email us at Info at Y F BS pod Dot Com to learn more about how it works and what kind of people listening to this show. What kind of people do you listen to show by the way very intelligent highly educated? Very highly Edmund The most sought after demographics possible for I know a lot of people in bands listened to this show so probably merged companies gear companies would be good sponsors. Obviously music fans listen to this. Show any SORTA audio equipment. Whoever's making that these days probably don't WanNA mention any brand names right now you know whoever's making nicer speakers and headphones and turntables all those things that people ingest music with. Yeah I could say even if your favorite band doesn't suck you wouldn't know it by listening on your bullshit phone speakers so by the that's that'd be a good one. I can say something like that right self. It could go just like that one thing. I do like to imagine his how easy it would be to sell metal lyrics to Silicon Valley billionaires. As if there were some sort of Rom dos be here now. Shit that's GonNa make them us. Thought we could talk to that train but really fucking in went on. He's seriously was going crazy with at home. You know some guys write like they've been reading art a war or a book of the teachings of Confucius. Yeah definitely song. Domination has the lyrics. Agony is the price that you'll pay in the end domination consumes you then calls you a friend this is like Sungsoo Shit. It's half smart stuff and violence stuff. One of the problems with Phil is the Phil Fan boys of the aggressive violent ones people who take this guy as value the people that really buy into the machismo image. That's put out. I remember everyone making a big deal out of them naming a song fucking hostile. You can't even say the name of the song on the Radio. So next up effing hostile if pearl jam suing ticketmaster was sort of fucked and Pantera was the reaction to that. We will fuck the here. We will fuck him. This is probably what we have to close on is. There's no way around talking about violence with Pantera fans. Tear is responsible for keeping millions of people's brains from evolving to the next level. I think things like the UFC for example wouldn't exist without Tara for people's minds in some sort of weird evolutionary stalemate. This isn't just music for you to get into a fight to this is music for you and your friends. To Psych each other up for taking turns punching each other in the face all slap wars started with the panter. Do you realize how many people listen to Pandora Jim? Oh one hundred percent. I'll do the math on how many of those people are taking steroids. Steroid use has a soundtrack. It is Tara flight in general I would love to know. I don't know why I have this weird obsession with this shit but if you could know how many hospital bills how much medical debt is a tribute -able to Pan Terra. Cotta be something insane. Millions if not tens of millions of dollars people jumping off shit writing car really fast fast on their motorcycle punching the guy that webster their ass in the bar going to jail for punching a cop. These are all things that you do when Pan Terra is. Playing fans are so aggressive Pandera. Tara socks is entry level trolls. Shit that you'll post on the Internet guaranteed to make some idiot on the Internet. Challenge you to a fistfight. All you gotTa do is say. Panthera socks in someone's going to try to fight through a computer screen. We are absolutely going to get lots of people saying I will fight you. And there's no real mystery here anything. Why Panthera fan so violent at the beginning of this episode. We said the best thing this band ever did was invent jackass. Things is been did was invent bumfights. Also look at the album cover of vulgar of power the photographer that did this album covers. Said they didn't actually punch the Guy. They just had imposed like hit and then photoshop to fist in their vinnie. Paul knew it was a good story to say that they brought someone in and paid him ten bucks to take a hit to the face and they paid in three hundred and ten dollars for thirty one punches told the story even those total bullshit bullshit years. This guy was out there saying that. Yeah we just brought in a guy paid him ten bucks. A shot punched the fuck out of him. No one's taking that many punch to the face to lie and be not for that little amount of money if you look at that album cover and you're still confused as to why fans are so violent. Press play on the album. Sure it truly if Tara is your favorite band and you haven't read a book in ten years see if you can read see if you can take the next step in and join us in a civilized society. You're just pissed off if you're listening to Pantaleon. You're driving down the road. Your road raging. You're probably flipping somebody off and if you're not already flipping off you're gonna be doing it before the end of the song you're thinking to yourself. This guy's idiot that grows and everyone's a fucking idiot. This isn't a good way to live your life. This is not a good place to be. Calm the fuck down the other thing. Is this album title and cover. It equates the idea of power with violence of vulgar display of power. Here's a picture of a guy getting punched in the face so clearly. This is saying to people. Power is violence. Violence is power. If you're dumb enough to think it is here's your favorite band. If I remember correctly Pancaro was always want to be in bud heads favorite bands when here video would come on that show. They they fight in the fight each other shit. See I mean if Pantelic and make Beavis and butthead fight. There's a pretty funny commercial that off amended. Game of Thrones Guy Jason Momoa. Sorry if I'm not saying that right. I think you're awesome. Man ruled smoke weed. Watch that actor. Did this anti plastic water bottle commercial. Where he's walking around Swat and water bottles out of people's hands while they're taking drinks them he's wearing a vulgar display of power t shirt in that commercial. He swats his water bottle out of another giant. Tough Guy Dude squares off on him. What are you gonNA do about it? And it cut straight to him icing down his busted up face later after. Do Kicks the shit out of him. Yeah because this is ever fan. Yeah walking around getting in fights and getting your ass handed to you this whole thing for the sake of being violent. There's another commercial. Where for some reason Carl's junior slash hardee's uses? I'm broken in one of those food flying through the air commercials. Yeah no idea. What the subtext. They're supposed be broken. Your shell of a human come get. Carl's junior guess. Some hungry now. I do think that Pandera will ultimately be forgotten though. They were too influential of bands. That got huge fans of those bands. Don't hear anything special when they listen to Pandora. Yeah that's the hard part is later other bands got actually way bigger than Pandora and probably did it better than Pan Tara. It's just not going to go backwards. And they're not around to capitalize on it right even if that was going to be a thing. The band itself is not around to capitalize. Corn takes this idea that obviously paintcare lays the groundwork for in runs with it. A whole new level. Panthera was so huge to these guys played right before Ozzie on Ozzfest go look at the fullest bands that played near the top of ozzfest bills. And look at where those bands are. Today I mean some of them don't exist of course but the ones that do are huge. Yes still pandera played after them. But you're not gonNA see paying tear on best of the decade list because everyone has to pretend like they weren't listening to all that Shit Slip Nagaa better after. That is what they say now. The other thing working against Pantelleria being remembered like we said this is the soundtrack to being a piece of shit. People are embarrassed of who they were. They listen to this stuff. That's it right. People listen to Pandora for time in..
"anthony kiedis" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA
"You ever feel weird about that when you watch when you're listening to music though and you like a song but then you feel guilty that you're like I have no idea a what they're saying and be what this song is about? Yeah or it's worse when you love it because you think it's about something and then you find out if that's not bad at all. I used to think Anthony Kiedis red. Hot Chili peppers under the bridge was kind of like a story or he's lonely but it's about drugs it's like doing doing crack under a brace. That's basically all it is and it's like equating that to a break-up of mine and then suddenly like stupid That was Yeah there's a lot of those songs. Yeah Yeah Yeah I know because I'm a musical guy you know suck at singing. I try my wife said. She liked it now. She hates my thing but all like when we first started dating. I'd say this song reminds me of you. Get through some of the lyrics and she's like I went back and listen to that. Is You think of me. That's not very nice. I'm sorry I should probably listen a little bit closer first advantage text line three one nine nine six three one nine nine six the NC double a. And we got this news yesterday which Alien Green and then another one Isaiah Todd top thirteen RECR- preps player in the country. He signed this morning to play in the G. League so another big time player And I'm reading the story about About the quarterback that is is going to transfer looking at transfer because well. Here's a legitimate reason. He's probably not going to start. You know he gets hurt last year. Freshman quarterback comes in is actually pretty good so you I get why he did it. I mean you understand why he wants to transfer. They're they're not apps they're not like ruling anything out yet but Jt Come on that out. they're not ruling out a comeback yet for him maybe coming back but they are going to help them through this process but the head coach. Clay Helton said he's not ruling it out we've been working with. Jt and his family and as well as our compliance office to help him navigate the process of entering his name and the transfer portal so he has a big to me Colfax. That's a legitimate reason. He was the stud he gets hurt. And then Slovak's comes in and he becomes the PAC twelve offensive freshman of the year and they have penciled him in as the starter now some might say go beat him ow in competition. Well okay. It is fair to say this. What if you have two guys that are really really good? That are like they could both be. Nfl quarterbacks right but they're on the same team and we never know that we never know the backup could've been could've been an NFL quarterback because we never got a chance to see that it's kind of like the jalen hurts to attack viola situation. He was the star studded. He gets her to comes in and he looked at him. He's like one of the big time prospects now so Jalen transferred and he's probably going to get drafted so I get what you're saying if you're saying well just go beat him in competition. But what if the like the margin is so thin that you're just like you know what we're going to go with assault at the end of the season because this is your chance? This is your audition for the NFL. If you're playing for USC at a high level you've got a shot to play in the NFL but if you're as a backup what what does that look like. Do you get drafted that I mean. That's the difference between thousands upon thousands of dollars. You know if you don't get drafted so looking at the transfer portal while. I agree with this but they are going. They're relaxing everything. Man I mean players are going to be able to and again. We'll find out for sure at the end of this month. I believe if they're going to you how they're going to be doing that because it used to be. You are sitting out a year and then they kind of changed it to get transferred. Then they changed it to wealth. You have a legitimate reason for transferring you know. Maybe some bad stuff was going on there But now they're trying to flat out say doesn't matter whatever you transfer for you get to resume playing that next season. Obviously you can't get in trouble and you gotTa Keep Your Grades Up. So those are those are things to to be noted. I'm thinking about that and I'm thinking about the Jalen Green thing and obviously this latest player. Signing what is going to happen with the NC double a. In the next ten years now obviously with the jalen green that's basketball specifically football doesn't have to worry about a minor league type situation or or something like what this new G. League initiative is But it's worth it's worth wondering what the future of the NCWA looks like now in a perfect world. We're able to. I mean right now. Your yeah we're we're still going to have great college basketball. We're GonNa have great college basketball players. Chris Dempsey told us yesterday that you're only going to see how how many players you're gonNA see. Is it GONNA be ten? Is it going to be fifteen? Okay so ten and fifteen of the top players in the country. Zion's of the world you're just GonNa have to have somebody else step up and be really good but they're not nearly as good as those prospects going forward very curious to see how this one goes down all right thirty minutes after the hour. We'll take a quick break. Colfax we are. Are you ready for this? You ready to review this already once upon a time in Hollywood something. I've put off for a long time. Wanted to watch it but this program forces us to watch movies now get it. Works out yeah. It's amazing all right thirty minutes after the hour. Let's get the latest on the local sports flash thirteen ten. Kfi PREPS RADIO IS NORTHERN. 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"anthony kiedis" Discussed on Podcast 42
"Now. What is this nectar of the Gods? Again it is from golden row brewing. Their main go kart wheat Ale. It is inspired by the iconic truecard vendors of Los Angeles golden row brewing is a brewery out of Los Angeles. Beer has a four percent. Ab and it reeks of mango. I give the label of five colorful. Lots of mangoes. Does he s does. It also has my information on their border. I think Patrick swayze's on it is that Bodey from point break where on the skateboard surf. Four SURF I didn't turn it that far. Whoa the ex presidents are surfers? That's the greatest calories movie of all time. I don't care what anybody says. Bite me. It doesn't hold up very well but it does have abuse has not changed in almost thirty years. It has the Red Hot Chili peppers in it does flea and Anthony Kiedis earn. It at the kiss gets his toe. Shot off in a raid. Well since Laura loves mango. Why don't we start with her since lower lows mango? Why don't we start with? Yes Amazon. Love Mango as much as I love. Ipa's so there that which do you like more. You know what would have made this even better if it was a mango. Ibm Oh that. I hope some beer companies listening. I'll watch a mango wi back. Rated here I yeah. Yeah we'll put a face on the CAN ASK. Perfect kid yeah. Can we get that once? You get past the smell of this beer. I'M GONNA hurt that way. It really isn't that terrible. Isn't that terrible? That's a good rating? Yeah it I mean the CAN is almost gone. I've drunk more than half of it. So there's that I thought she was gonNA pass it off to Chris about their way through. Yeah I thought about it. The first couple sips but I would say it's terrible. It's definitely not my favorites. I feel like I've heard this review before only copy paste. Her now wishes that do as much talking hold on. Let me hit. Stop on my a my tape recorder. No I'll give it a two. I could drink it again but I wouldn't want to well I would make it a lot. Could drink it again though. But she doesn't want to write but she could valley one 'cause she would only really ever drink one unless you absolutely made to. That's how they actually like of Anterior House and this is the only beer you had. She'd probably have to. It'd probably be there plenty of every say that see. This would not be the only here the jailhouse nope. Now it would be or this and I'm gonNA probably drink this over the highlight unless I get that in. You know imitation highlight. That was really the Guevara again. Well go next. I like mango. I like this beer. I didn't have any problems with the smell. I didn't have any problems with the taste. I like to spear a lot. I'm going to give it a five. Oh it does have a little bit of an after taste which usually makes me rate it lower mangle but it makes me Bert Mango Flavor. So what it would lose the after taste gains in the burp points. Same thing to Chris Catan. I'm going with five Sabrina. It started a little rough but the more you drink it it. Actually the flavor grows on you many times. I've said that somebody at grows on you but then I started drinking a different type of beer and then I went back to the mango cart. I had to start over again so it was just like you know. I had to build up the flavor content of the beer again. If this is the only here you're drinking owned by what you do a lot of those Chris. You just don't pay attention. Yeah but that being said I would give it a three Mary. Paymaster you know I gotTa agree with Laura when you open that hand the smell just hits you and you just make a face. Yeah which we all made except Chris Chris. Yeah then you take the first sip verse than the after taste kicks in. Yeah we all made the face and which. Chris called me out earlier so at the end of the day. It's not terrible. It's not great I would probably rate it a four because the mango flavor is really good. And you don't really notice that it's a wheat ale or anything like that so it's not bad i. It's kind of like a very very light. Mango balloon to me so I would give it a four. Aftertaste really kills it and the smell at the beginning hurts a lot Actually didn't like the mango balloon. Very much I was just. I was surprised neither Blue Moon actually just got in. I was at the store. And they just got in on. Like the whole McCall tra- type thing and they just released their first light light beer so a lot of the beer companies are doing that now. Out of all of them that have done it. No surprise to law. I'm going to pick goose island their solo. Ipa and dogfish head. They're slightly mighty are probably my two favorites. Because you still get the flavor of the drinks that you like the fan and it's low calorie so on your corona -cation if you're looking for low calorie beer and you want to spend the money. Those are the ones I would suggest. Probably mangled carts really happy that you said that. I'm sure mango cart. Okay there are four to six. I feel like I'm forgetting something but we did everything right except for the end. I don't know Sabrina. Did you talk about a reach us? I did not. But that's that's what. I'm saying. We haven't done that part. I feel like I'm forgetting something. When you're called brooded Bruder in me when I forgot him nobody does it all right. I think we got squirrel so much. We think we're ready all right. Let's start this net flicks episodes right so netflix started here. Well we are quarantined for the corona virus thing. I really Script away all right. Sabrina Work and you find. You can find us on facebook. In the official podcasts forty two facebook group and finest on Patriot. And we like if you find us on Patriot. We need patrons jobs. That's right so you're three dollars. A month would be very appreciative. Go towards beer truth. Support Am Bread Pasta and toilet paper. Helen racists sold out. You can find us on spotify speaker tune in Google podcast anywhere. You could find a podcast..
"anthony kiedis" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"To your brain to such a level that when certain people are sitting around in a quarantine and they're thinking Hey what do we do that both passes the time it had is maybe potentially productive in getting a message out boom you get we didn't start the virus and the great lead singer of that new band is Kerry Crowley who now joins us live by the way do you have a name for your new band Kerry I don't think so we usually thing independently because we tend to go into restaurants and take over the karaoke set up so that we're not used to seeing together and as you could tell there were there were a few slip ups there well I listen I even remember the great the great flea and Anthony Kiedis with Red Hot Chili Peppers like they would always say whenever there's a a mistake it performing a song but it was beautiful because it would never be replicated again so whatever you did that's a lot of time to think so so Kerry take that to heart what you did it was it was beautiful man well I appreciate that mark you know you you you said it well at the beginning that we just wanted to use the time to be productive get the message out and and here everyone copes in different ways and maybe people but could use a laugh at the moment maybe they could turn the music for for some inspiration right now and so just anyone who saw that we we hope that they that they enjoyed it and got a laugh out of it well you don't need to worry about if they saw because we're going to play the whole darn thing here just yeah no word we're doing it now I listen I heard Joe the morning show and I'm driving around I was getting coffee at a drive thru don't worry anybody I I I you know so I I go through to the drive through and I get a coffee and I go home bad how rude of the show to only play half of it I was like I mean all that work you guys put into the second half and they just blew it off Kerry Hey it happens the second half it was it was like sitting at the dentist's office trying to finish those lyrics with the first half it was like you know we were it was like we were on the beach with a beer in our hand watching the waves come in it was it was that easy Kerry Crowley bay area news group take me back to how this starts whose idea why are you just sitting around tipping a few drinks and then the idea comes up like what's going on here so we actually had the idea planned from from early in the week I actually switched over from reporting on sports to the breaking newscast with the bay area news group or kind all hands on deck if you can imagine and you know there were a number of different topics that I had to get myself up to speed on I was writing it down as the week went on and you kind of realize that yes this is impacting everyone's lives but maybe people don't quite understand the impact of it on a larger scale maybe people don't quite see the importance of quarantine or isolation or different things so Hey let's let's make it and then saw the capture the moment and I you know I would ask my friend Max understands every Billy Joel song extremely well he probably knows every single lyric to every Billy Joel song and I knew that he would have to Caitlyn well we didn't start the fire down so it was a match that was going to be made from the beginning that we were going to sit down to write this you got a re tweet with three emoji applause stickers there from for branded Crawford how that make you feel well I I mean if you're getting it retweet on any song that you're writing for many giant you want to be Crawford because he controls the music he's been kind of their their DJ in the clubhouse forever so he understands this CD's he did not discriminate when it comes to genres he knows that everything back and forth and so you had to to get that right away and it made me feel like Hey maybe maybe we did write some good lyrics here and and people might enjoy it so you never know when you put something out like that the the ASU sun devils poll over was this was this planned it was the that part of it or was it just they just happen to be what you're aware of that day well I I think that because I've been wearing it for about fifteen consecutive days it was always going to be on the courts don't change too much but yeah it was it was nice to wrap the greatest university in this country west if you will there is a by the way that was the only reason you didn't get October show his lack there they got winners stupid sun devil shirt I'm not well I'm not playing that stupid song oh my goodness yeah he he he knows better than to come back to come after me about the a a few errors on a rivalry because well that's there's there's only there's only one great university in that state by the way I'm also these are the kinds of things I would notice it in a video like this are you are looking a little high and tight they're all all the sides of your hair how did you get a hair cut or did you just somebody at your house to that I got my hair cut the day before we left spring training so eight and I got it really really tight so got a got a one on the side as the you know you'll you'll the into it it worked out for me so I would do would partially planned I didn't really need a hair cut at the time but I figure this will all be going into quarantine I've I better take advantage of it I'm almost a hundred fifty thousand views as of right now on Twitter Kerry your reaction you know what it more so than the views the positive comments and be quote tweets from people who enjoyed it but not a whole lot more to us because you could be a hundred and fifty thousand used for anything a lot of it could be bad and fifty the fact that the response has been overwhelmingly positive it meant a lot more to all right Kerry Crowley bay area news group we're gonna play this in just a second I was where the lyrics are shared deal or was there one person who gets the writing credit it's a share deal I mean this would have been possible without the four of us sitting down to different corners of the room I will admit and going through syllable by syllable in terms of the third person figuring out just kind of match it up with Billy Joel's we didn't start the fire but I probably wrote the majority of it but he would not have come out the way it did without the helping those three guys need to be mentioned by name that the better that he talk **** and Chris Romeo all right here you stay right there ladies and gentlemen ladies and gentlemen here it is in full because we are respectful to Kerry Crowley on this show this is we didn't start the virus.
"anthony kiedis" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"The song topics in the background right now was more than just a song to Anthony Kiedis it's a love ode to a fourteen year old girl he slept with when he was twenty three he noted it is phenomenal all do you all autobiography scar tissue which I've read probably ten times that he wasn't incredibly scared when the girl told me she was fourteen so we had sex one more time would be barely pubescent girl seven two seven five seven I want to do five creepy **** musicians out there James what's up managed care little stomach churning your salary hi good I mean it's it's alarming how many musicians you don't know of or that you that you didn't hear are freaking creeps right exactly it's just our every fish fries all right let's give you the name David Bowie creepy musician or just likes some fashion there's a Christian musician for sleeping with underage girls in nineteen seventy three he reportedly took the virginity of the same Laurie matic that was with Jimmy Page when she was just fifteen years old in addition he told her to invite her also fifteen year old friend to join them that X. said they were just two of countless other so called baby groupies that Polly invited into his bedroom that is just wrong yeah you got the see if you get the top and let's see if you can get the job your next one my good man is going to be Eric Clapton creepy musician just like sufficient actually Eric Clapton said fishing is an absorbing pastime and has the same quality to it he wrote that in his autobiography it is ideal pursuit for anyone who wants to think a lot and get things in perspective Eric Clapton a clean bill of health seven two seven five seven two five I think you today show's notable because this is the first time I've ever brought up Eric Clapton without bringing up his get falling out of a window I'm really proud of myself the targets are sky what's up looking to do rather live.
"anthony kiedis" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Like them would you believe that that Jimmy Page made the news in nineteen seventies when he started calling fourteen year old Laurie Matix his girlfriend but nobody knew how bad it was Matix has since said that the relation started when she was kidnapped by page who said get in the bloody car and if you move I'll have your head one I mean your your one and done you are hit it and quit it you are out of here back up but I mean what sometimes you're sometimes you're hitting quite you know what sometimes you don't want to stick around for a sandwich afterwards in a conversation sometimes you just got thinking boy goal if I believe in soul mates I think you might be mine but for now have a whole mates okay thank you seven two seven five seven I wanted to fires a woman who carries a toothbrush in her back what's up by then how are you I mean I don't I'm real good thank you very much you ready to play the game get my point in this game by the way is both to entertain and to give a prize away but the underlying messages there are some creepy **** rock and roll musicians out there I'm going to give you a name you're gonna tell me creepy musician or just likes some fishing you ready yeah it's Anthony Kiedis of the Red Hot Chili Peppers Anthony Kiedis of the Red Hot Chili Peppers creepy musician or just like some fission yes tell you what bad you guys are all willing to give these rock stars a pass.
"anthony kiedis" Discussed on Q95
"Go so it is and before we get letters yeah that's satire it's a joke yeah and it's comedy music from awhile ago yeah yeah nineteen twelve right now get ready for this one you you've spent a lot of time in your city was upstairs at Max's Kansas city with the C. kinky Friedman and the opening act was a kid named Billy Joel well what I met Billy I said Hey do you remember opening for a guy named kinky and he immediately Neil yep new Sega's he'd leave we talked about that was in about a week later he had his first mega hit he was just released that that for that first big it will be if we didn't start the fire yeah no no no and I'm sorry back everybody's favorite divorce on yeah whose vote on this date in nineteen fifty seven Lyle Lovett love while he's count is great yes those kinky no one would ever making yes I actually was that the club's stars owned by Stephen star in Philadelphia when I was seventeen but I couldn't open form because I was a guitar act and he was all he was basically dying great country guitar comedy songs so I lay down any ran for president a yes he did and is in my blood is Pat Paulsen every every cycle Pat Paulsen hair was any yeah but yeah kinky sister runs a great animal shelter so is an interesting guy is it can you show the animals of really want to get out don't we don't want to live in thank you we are we finished it no more of the St nineteen sixty Tim cook okay sixty two Anthony Kiedis very fine music nineteen seventy two Toni Collette very fine actors yeah very good and I can't believe she made the list nineteen seventy two born on this date Tom's favorite Jenny McCarthy not she's only lived this long thanks to vaccines what are you saying that she's he's an idiot I want to see her want to see her in a in a win a wheelchair and braces with of polio naked in playboy that'll take all the humor but if you do something rude to you it will she's she's you know that she was not on the air no no no you know the what her her sisters go kids Kerr no anti VAX and while we have is all going to be part of the cat and the the what's her name Jenny McCarthy McCarthy Jenny McCarthy hearings sorry what's your name.
"anthony kiedis" Discussed on Turn Me On
"It's like if I have a healthy sex life or I have a nine to five job. It's one or the other no that's actually all right. Stand up or sit down. Have you ever diddled yourself at work. Stand up if you did that doesn't count for your stripper okay so so I'm trying to get like some sexual aggressive trying to get some sexual satisfaction on the road is like a little bit tricky so the other awareness fucking heatwave which I do not deal well with the heat and we were on a bus yesterday from Toronto two days ago from Toronto to here and I was like I was so pissed about the heat that I'm sitting there on the bus and unlike on the buzzing Jeremy's behind amy and I'm on the text messages with my boyfriend and I'm like we had just had a conversation. Just wait for this episode. It's GonNa blow your mind with Andrew Bain. Who has this podcast called single girl problems problems? She is amazing. She's so funny and one of the things that I picked her brain about was dirty talk because it's like for me such an issue dirty talk doc because I'm like I can be vocal. I can make all kinds of noise but when someone says talk dirty to me I'm like do you have a script that I could use like what are the particular. Take things that are sexy for you to hear because it's very particular and you know her. Whole thing was safe with conviction and I was like okay so I'm on this bus and and I'm saying the boss us and my boyfriend is like Oh? I'm like you know heat wave and it's like make me really hot and so I was like okay here we go and just fuck and went for it for like an hour and I don't know if you've ever been like dirty talk. Oh Yeah in in text message on my doing. This all happened goes on megabucks. I have a girl inside and a girl inside and I'm like holding there's any sending like deck bags on my videos and I'm like Oh nobody else can watch us and and I'm just like going and I'm behind her watching stranger things going al-Qaeda believe this. What are you doing what's up and I went over and he was like I have never heard you talk? This is so sexy Oh my God. This is unbelievable and I was like I'm GonNa fucking. Biza can't even do anything about it and anyway element that research Andrew Andrew Bain let loose but it's easy and tax tax message. I'M NOT GONNA. I'M NOT GONNA go to Andrea until I like verbalize it in person but but then then I was feeling all mostly it was coming from frustration. Have you ever had that kind of sanctuary like. I'm just frustrated so I'm just GONNA. I don't fucking care. I'm just GONNA fuck you. Have you ever had that scary. It's very scary but it's very fun on and so we had this thing and he was like Oh my God my mind is so blow up the next day. My mind is so blown and I was like okay. Let's get on skype. I don't have skype skype. He's a bit of a Luddite. He's not great at the Internet and so and Zoe get you're gone. You're gone to the water. I don't have skype. Do you have a payphone. Jeremy's gone to a waterpark for the day and I'm like okay. This is great. I'm it's two o'clock. It's my time maybe on skype. You're on skype and I'm I'm going down the tornado be like he comes home and he's like you had so much fun. I like yeah. I haven't masturbated this whole trip but here we go so we get on skype as those guys so it's facetime and it does electrical storm at home so there's no Internet in Halifax so I'm like trying to dial into his computer for twenty-five minutes. We're like computers now picking up but like I'm naked here and I'm ready to go and then the then it's like oh I can only get you on my phone but it's like it keeps like falling falling over and like unplugging from the wall and like this is so not sexy but eventually eventually it worked into the but like I didn't get my dirty talk again like a landscape view of my boyfriend like masturbating and that's very sexy obviously but I like it's easy for me to do this and I flip over this way to do this like pulmonary pullman up to my chest and I do this but like where's mine where's mine. Where's my dirty talk? You know I just WanNa do my thing and have your sweet little voice like whisper in my ear and he's like I don't know how dirty talk and I'm like yeah Crimea River 'cause I figured that shit out for yesterday who who is really into into receiving dirty talk yeah France. You could say whatever the phone fuck yeah yeah. Don't even start with me on that. WHO's really into it giving dirty talk? You're just like you're just all about all of it. I think I choose you. Nominate you as has our next guest. Can we get up. Can we get orange. Mike on or we have our next game. We actually it's aim and really you're just gonNA answer some questions prime candidate. It's okay you'll never gonNA use your name. Just come right up here. Where can you blur her face out onto it live? It's only being broadcast on CBC across the Globe by Work. I work for film. You would need to sign a waiver. Just so you know you're not going to be exposed. So this this game you can throw others on. If you weren't yeah yeah there you go welcome. Welcome to podcast land sounds you yeah there you go so this is a game. We call third day questions. I'm so scared sort you should be third day questions like those questions that you know first day questions like he waves a lot home and and secondly questions are like siblings Thursday to questions this. These are the questions this is third day question in the nineteen fifties. Thirty questions are like D. Do you like apples in your but earn so was that the question do you like gobbles junior but never had that's what I figured I would like you to think of. This game is kind of like a speed round like I don't over think it things I come. I'm to mind my first question when we first started this podcast. The thing that I really wanted to know about folks is who's your sexual icon my sexual sexual icon Anthony Kiedis yeah. That's a great answer who dat it Keita's. The lead singer Red Hot Chili peppers. Yeah he always gets naked. I duNNo. I love his voice. See again coming back to the voice. It's a big thing now right. Boys like voice can play a big role in it all right so what's the strangest prop you've ever used to get yourself off that question an apple. No I didn't lie okay. Can I come back to it. If I yep Yep all right a pass Have you ever watched another couple. Get It on right in front of me. Know never know never okay. Have you ever masturbated in a public bathroom. No I don't think W UH I had sex in public battery. It works have you. I don't remember I definitely don't okay if you were to fantasize is about a person in a uniform what uniform would be a uniform and not really into uniforms. I picture like a carpenter with no shirt on but like the suspenders hold their like tool belt up yeah that would that would do it now. What would you rather here on a first date? I'm rich. I want to dominate you. Breed me daddy be very. I want to Dominy Nice okay. Have you ever gone on a blind date with a blind person. No really you haven't weird sex while drunk or sex wellstone both at the same time they look you okay okay if you didn't know her. Would you date your mom. No no no. It's a really tough question but actually if you think about it for kind of an interesting question we should all be able to answer that question. Honestly I think by would not your mom's dateable Momo's tables Jeremy's Emmy's mom is single anyone's looking for mom mom single sash I know I know it's up. If you asked about my dad yeah oh I would date my dad yet. They're gonNA statement that I respect that he looks like breath blom from I am a clue the clue game the must know the glasses glasses. It was so hot all right. This is one that you're definitely not going to feel comfortable answering so here we go. How would you dominate your boss sexually? If given the chance my boss Yeah. I love my boss. I I bet you do. I want her to dominate me. Actually Oh yeah through okay please as if you may on the count of one two three show us your best owed face one two three Noggin do Gimme. Oh have you had sex in a public place where well a school the school oh you work at now. I really hope my own show yeah. We was this before you work their. They're both all my dance like that. What does come tastes like Brie cheese bridge as very mild cheese right? It's a soft tees Schmaltz. Sometimes it's also fish but oh Jeez sometimes Yash Room anybody else get mushroom from. It's mushroom days like come taste like strawberries but that's neither here yeah. That's actually also not true. How sensitive are your nipples on a scale of one to ten ten being the most sensitive six point five? I'd say okay left or right. which breast is bigger? I don't know do you WanNa see them aw Jesus do we want to see them. Is that as they say yes yeah. We do want to see them as this takes us. I'll take us to the next level here we go. This is just the way just for. I don't know why are boobs so beautiful there so the juggler just came as pants uh-huh. I looked lights on or lights off lights on Amazon. I want to see everything horny is time of day. I don't know I don't have a horny time of day. I Get a light that you have one. I'm kind of hoping it'll change is very inconvenient. For how old are you partners. I'm thirty okay so okay so you're like you're hitting that. We've heard a number of times to talk with us on the show a lot. We're thirties like your sexual prime. You're hitting your sexual peak in at thirty. Do you feel that way. I really do feel that way my whole life I've been in relationships and I just get out of you. Just got at on January. Yeah okay so now. I'm like living your best life all right so he might Titi City spotify stage gs a last question. Is there anything you won't do embed no ladies and gentlemen physically. I mean everyone I mean Shit. I see you're saying Shit. Maybe she will be in the shit. I don't we can't she's a third year old woman okay so I'm just there's nothing I'm going to say that I won't do but maybe it happens Alpine mind. I'll say no I'm not into may maybe or maybe not before it happens ladies and gentlemen it gives a huge Rava Wlaz because that when you walk in thank you thank you just a sample just a random sample of the audience Lord. Do you have have those brain Boehner. Thank you thank you thank you. Oh do you have those yeah I do. I go get him go..
"anthony kiedis" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Think of as New York roughneck Sir what a song number one into the great wide open what a great song wasn't the video no yeah what's with the with the with Margaux Hemingway or Mariel Hemingway one of having way ladies was in in a Johnny Depp I don't know that one but I thanks I love it music to their petty may he rest in peace you provide us with some great Florida folk one or two others died indeed by the Red Hot Chili Peppers the Red Hot Chili Peppers to become such an interesting being to me because they were a funk punk band when I fell in love with them in their first few albums then the word not only accepted by mainstream America but embraced and they became a watered down adult contemporary garbage version of themselves yet I still can't quite divorce myself of fleet and Anthony Kiedis is chemistry and musical talent it's a rough spot in which to because I don't want to like them anymore yeah wanna hear other side or or there are many other psycho sexy Sir psycho sexy give it away of course suck my kids or even snow halo or Danny California I got to sing along I don't know why and song number three I live my black there no two Morrow I see you do a David Lee Roth impression as well yours is way better than mine though I wouldn't say that all I did and I meant to do hold on one second Sir we're gonna hook you up with your choice well if we maybe the baby depleted about Slipknot snot fest road show with Slipknot Volbeat goes you're a and B. he met at the camp on September for sure I'll take it of course I will now this guy loves no that'll work a crowd hold on one second and we're gonna get you hooked up and congratulations great the great joys a some fantastic story thank you I feel bad saying that about the chili peppers because you're not you're not wrong a honestly you did it in a more friendly way than I would have because I grew up my dad had the the blood sugar sex Magik CD and I remember it was like keep it away from the children at all costs yeah member sneaking it it was cool it was hip it was different you know Sir psycho sexy to all my life and made me the TV and I am today Sir now you look at what they are they're just you said it during watered down.
"anthony kiedis" Discussed on WJR 760
"A good thing. I'm not complaining. I wanna make that clear. It was not a complaint. Eight six six ninety Red Eye, welcome. And good morning. I checked just a little while ago on, on Google just to make sure Biden hasn't retracted or clarified the statement about carrying ganster. Yeah. I'm glad you did that because we did in the pre show meeting. And right now, mitt meeting it would make sense to make double check before we, we say it. But there's nothing that was now we have to keep in mind. He only works two days a week. It's a part-time campaign. But I was expecting a spokesperson to be asked about it at, at some point and, and say something about it and they weren't. Well joy, joy view did say the global warming could stop buying from carrying cancer. Okay. So let's so if he if he can't do it. And by the way, social media was just a was hilarious yesterday. On on this entire thing. The Democrats, you know again. Well, there are promises that are made Trump didn't Trump didn't get his wall. So if you can't get well, that's not the point, the point is, whether something is scientifically possible, or not, it's not about the promise. It's about the nature of the promise, right? And, and I'm telling you, we live in a world where nobody stays on topic right anymore. Believe me. We know nobody stay, especially the left if you ever listened to show. One of the reasons we cannot debate with the left is they won't stay. On the topic. Nobody was on the topic yesterday. I can't tell you how far off it was. Because when I saw well, Trump and get his wall. What that, right? But we have the ability to build a wall that was people simply not voting their president has the authority in matters. Right. But, but the money comes from congress. So that's a vote situation. This is a science situation and attempting to make a promise that science can do something that science. Because cancer isn't one disease that science says, isn't going to happen. And what he was stating was and again, that if he is president, the cure will be there in. But if somebody else's president, the cure will not be there, and that's where the fun came in yesterday when people were saying was Biden, if he doesn't win is, then is not going to push to get cancer done a one of the specifics on it. Everybody wanted to know what were the specifics, how did Biden know that if he became president, that he could cure cancer, and then it went for example of you was talking about. Well, we think it's great that it's goal. Wasn't his goal. He said he would. Right. And that's the point but no retraction on it. But social media was just a zoo yesterday on that. I do think that most in the media just wished to ignore it in the mainstream media, because you really can't defend that kind of a promise. No, you can't write. You really can't it. It's it again. It's the nature of promise. You can you can say I pledged to do something. Remember, he should've taken that from all the celebrities who supported his former boss. Obama back in the day a pledge the Obama pledge I pledge to, you know, could there be a Biden pledge celebrities. I re remember remember the, the whole pledge thing, and then remember the chant whole bomb. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Remember the chance? Yeah. Yeah. Will there be a Biden song, right? Joe by din. Joe by din. Right. Right. Anthony Kiedis in that pledged his allegiance to a Bahama to Barack Obama. Okay. For those under seventy Anthony Keita's is the lead singer of band called red hot chili peppers believe. He also made the pledge that he would only flush. Right. Only flush after a deuce. Yes. Who was the billionaire rapper or multi millionaire rapper that said pity who wasn't the light bulb turn off the lights. He never turned off the lights. But now that Obama was going to be president. He was going to turn off the lights in his house. Right. So they didn't care about the environment with Bush. Yes. They only care about the environment. I don't think binds gonna get the same treatment. I'm just guessing. Well, I don't know. You know, it could be Betty white. You know, a number of the it'd be funny, make the same video and all of them, are, you know, of course, the senior celebrities and they would all be going who. What's he doing now? Presidents. Oh, okay. Yeah. No. That is gonna happen. On American political history, just over the last. You know, twelve years in this country real. You think about it, it really really is amazing. When you see the Evan flow of American politics, when you actually go back, and that's one thing. We're so caught up and I think maybe social media is part of it were so caught up in today. And we've talked about this before that liberals argued today as what happened yesterday doesn't matter. Right. And we, we've talked about the tunnel vision that exist in liberalism. It's like you're saying this today. But last week, it doesn't matter. It's a different thing like no, it's not time doesn't change science. No time doesn't change physics time, doesn't change time doesn't change reality of, of, of the past. It's simply the change in in time, but when you think about it. And any of a longtime listeners, you know, because we made sure we played all of the, the pledge stuff from Obama. And, and the, the song, I forgot who did the song will I am was will I am. Yes, I was threatened. The Obama song where they were chanting. Oh, Bob Obama. And you, you think of the political idolatry, that existed remember, but the political idolatry was just based on on hope and change. And I've even said this about about Trump, there's political idolatry towards Trump, but it has remained because it's built on actual substance and not just a quote, right? And people say, well, it's built on making America great again, make America great again was specified, as we have said that was an that was an economic. That was to without question an economic slogan. I'm going to do things to make the economy, great again. And we're going to protect American citizens, and we're going to be concerned about American citizens. I. And we're going to protect the border, we're going to secure the border. Those are things that people could understand with Obama. There really wasn't. There really wasn't much hope and change could be whatever you wanted it to be. It was just and so when political idolatry, is just simply based on a slogan and imagery, you get what you have today. But look, Trump's going to be out of office and drums out of office. Loyal Trump supporters will still be there, ten years from now sure there's going to look back at a jump and say, Yep. You know, he he didn't get everything he wanted. But there was no president, that we believe was more dedicated to doing what we wish to do, because it's based on issues. Yes. Whether you agree or disagree with terrorists. Whether you agree or disagree with the wall on the border. And by the way, when it comes to border security overall, the majority of Americans agree with the president and want tighter, border security, again, the wall, the numbers on the wall are different. But it doesn't matter. It's the issue. The core issue. Yes. As we pointed out, the Democrats, the liberals have been have abandoned that issue border security when they were just what five short years ago as late as five years ago, the leaders of that party were calling for barriers on the border. We must be doing. We must do something to control our borders, and they have abandoned that altogether. The president is never abandoned, the core issues ever, tell me one core issue that he is abandoned. You know, on tariffs that really is about the economy. And we've talked about don't promise to your base that those don't tell your base the terrorists are working and they're doing great. And we're getting revenue and promote them as a good thing, when you know you're about you are about to lift them, and they won't. They won't be in place. Don't you can't promote that? Because the core that once those terrorists in place is going to be highly disappointed with God. We're not we're not the core issue as we have said he became president, because I. Yeah, dented the problem. It wasn't just Obama stinks. I'm giving you hope and change. I'll get you out of all the wars. You know, I guess you could say that was an issue it was definitely an overly optimistic. Issue on his on the point. But I'll never forget when we did. And this is right up before the election, and we did it, we did it in the primary, where we ask people what they and we ask for Democrats only to call that whenever that one night in a while. You want why you would want Obama why you'd want Hillary ninety probably ninety five percent of the calls, because we need the first black man, we need the first woman, nothing was based on issues. It was really an interesting show when we did that and the same thing when we got close to the election, we did numerous shows on Obama. Why would you vote specifically what is the issue for Obama? And it was except he'll get us out of all wars. It was all generalities, right? There were nothing specific you talked to a Trump boater about it. You know, he'll talk, they'll talk about the, the, the, the economy jobs. And specifically, you know how they believe the president would do it. Might not agree with it at times. And sometimes they get stuff wrong as we talked about the other day when we've talked to Trump supporters, who had no idea what was in the trade agreements. They thought terrorists were part of the trade agreements tariffs, tear, putting tear massive tariffs to, to equalize trade imbalance is not in there. Right. And they were shocked to find that out, and they were the most loyal Trump supporters. They were shocked to find that out because and that's the that's the danger of this president doing that. Because he could hurt his own economy. Remember when the president ran for office when we, we've talked about this before what was the economic growth, he was talking about. You know we just hit three percent last year. President was talking four five six four five and six percent is what he was quoted many times during the campaign is saying, that's what we're going to do. One of the reasons we could have done better than three but have not tariffs and if we do not continue on three percent route through next year. The election is not at all guaranteed for this president, because the one thing he has going for him, is the economy, which is why we are concerned. And I know that people say, well everybody in this country is willing to sacrifice the economy in order to make the economy, better ten years down the road. No, they're not. No. You may be the country is not. That's the danger. How fast you go? And when it may harm what you're trying to do yourself. That is our concern because we said before.
"anthony kiedis" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"I'm not complaining. I wanna make that clear that was not a complaint. Eight six six ninety Red Eye, welcome. And good morning. I checked just a little while ago on, on Google just to make sure Biden hasn't retracted or clarified the statement about carrying cancer. Yeah. I'm glad you did that because we get in the pre show meeting. And right now, mitt meeting it wouldn't make sense to make double check before we, we say it. But there's nothing that was now we have to keep in mind. He only works two days a week. It's a part time campaign. But I was expecting a spokesperson to be asked about it at, at some point and, and say something about it, and they weren't well joy, joy did say the global warming could stop Biden from carrying cancer. Okay. So that's, so if he if he can't do it. And, and by the way, social media was just a was hilarious yeterday, right on on this entire thing. The Democrats, you know again. Well, there are promises that are made Trump didn't Trump didn't get his wall. So if you can't get, that's not the point, the point is, whether something is scientifically possible, or not, it's not about the promise. It's about the nature of the promise, right? And, and I'm telling you, we live in a world where nobody stays on topic right anymore. Believe me, we know it. Nobody stay especially the left if you ever listened to show. One of the reasons we cannot debate with the left is they won't stay. On the topic. Nobody was on the topic yesterday. I can't tell you how far off it was. Because when I saw well, Trump and get his wall, what would that, that right? But we have the ability to build a wall that was people simply not voting. There are evident has the authority in rich matters. Right. Oh, right. But, but the money comes from congress. So that's a vote situation. This is a science situation and attempting to make a promise that science can do something that science. Because cancer isn't one disease that science says, isn't going to happen. And what he was stating was and again, that, if he is president, the cure will be there imbo that if somebody else's president, the cure will not be there. And that's where the fun came in yesterday when people were saying was Biden, if he doesn't win is he then is not going to push to get cancer done a what are the specifics on it. Everybody wanted to know what were the specifics, how did by know that if he became president, that he could cure cancer, and then it went for example of you was talking about. Well, we think it's great that it's his goal wasn't as goal. He said he would. Right. And that's the point but no retraction on it. But social media was just a zoo yesterday on that. I do think that most in the media just wished to ignore it in the mainstream media, because you really can't defend that kind of a promise. No, you can't you really candidate. I it's it again. It's the nature of promise. You could you can say I pledged to do something. Remember, he should've taken that from all the celebrities who supported his former boss. Obama back in the day, the pledge the Obama pledge I pledge to, you know, will there be a Biden play celebrities. I remember remember the, the whole pledge thing, and then remember the chant whole bomb. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Member the chance on. Yeah. Yeah. Will there be a Biden song, right? Joe by din. Joe by din. Right. Right. Anthony Kiedis in that pledged his allegiance to a Bahama to Barack Obama. Okay. For those under seventy Anthony Keita's is the lead singer of band called red hot chili peppers. I believe he also made the pledge that he would only flush. Right. Only flush after a deuce. Yes. Who was the billionaire rapper or multi millionaire rapper that said pity who wasn't the light bulb turn off the lights that he never turned off the lights. But now that Obama was going to be president. He was going to turn off the lights in his house. Right. So they didn't care about the environment with Bush. Yes. They only care about the environment. I don't think Biden's gonna get the same treatment. I'm just guessing. Well, I don't know. It could be Betty white. You know, they're a number of them. It'd be funny make the same video. And all of them, are, you know, of course, the senior celebrities and they would all be going who. What's he doing now? President. Oh, okay. Yeah. No. That is no can happen. On American political history, just over the last. You know, twelve years in this country real. You think about it, it really really is amazing. When you see the Ebon flow of American politics, when you actually go back, and that's one thing. We're so caught up and I think maybe social media part of it were so caught up in today. And we've talked about this before that liberals argued today as what happened yesterday doesn't matter. Right. And we, we've talked about the tunnel vision that exist in liberalism. It's like you're saying this today, but last doesn't matter. It's a different thing like, well, no it's not time doesn't change science. No doesn't change physics time doesn't change time doesn't change reality of, of, of the past. It's simply the change in in time, but when you think about it. And any about longtime listeners, you know, because we made sure we played all of the, the pledge stuff from Obama and, and the, the song, I forgot, who did the song will, I am was yes, I was reading the Obama song where they were chanting. Oh, Bob Obama. And you, you think of the political idolatry, that existed remember, but the political idolatry was just based on on hope and change. And I've even said this about about Trump, there's political idolatry towards Trump, but it has remained because it's built on actual substance and not just a quote, right? And people say, well, it's built on making America great again, make America great again was specified, as we have said that was an that was an economic. That was to without question an economic slogan. I'm going to do things to make the economy, great again. And we're going to protect American citizens, and we're going to be concerned about American citizens. I. And we're going to protect the border, we're going to secure the border. Those are things that people could understand with Obama. There really wasn't. There really wasn't much hope and change could be whatever you wanted it to be. It was just put. And so when political idolatry, is just simply based on a slogan and imagery, you get what you have today. But look, Trump's going to be out of office. And when Trump's out of office. Loyal Trump supporters will still be there ten years from now. Sure gonna look back at a jump and say, you know, he he didn't get everything he wanted, but there was no president that we believe was more dedicated to doing what we wished to do, because it's based on issues. Yes. What do you agree or disagree with tariffs? Whether you agree or disagree with a wall on the border. And by the way, when you come to border security overall, the majority of Americans agree with the president and, and want tighter border security. Again, the wall, the numbers on the wall are different. But it doesn't matter. It's the issue. The core issue. Yes. As we pointed out, the Democrats, the liberals have been have abandoned that issue border security when they were just what five short years ago as late a five years ago, the leaders of that party were calling for barriers on the border. We must be doing. We must do something to control our borders, and they have abandoned that altogether. The president is never abandoned, the core issues ever, tell me one core issue that he is abandoned. You know, on tariffs that really is about the economy. And we've talked about don't promise to your base that those tears don't tell your base the terrorists were working and they're doing great. And we're getting revenue and promote them as a good thing, when you know you're about you, you were about to lift them, and they won't. They won't be in place. Don't you can't promote that? Because the core that once those tariffs in place is going to be highly disappointed with gone. The chorus as we have said he became president because I he identified the problem. It wasn't just Obama Bush stinks. I'm giving you hope and change. Right. I'll get you out of all the wars. Yeah. I guess you could say that was an issue. It was definitely an overly optimistic. Issue on his on the point. But I'll never forget when we did. And this is right up before the election, and we did it we, we did it in the primary, where we ask people what they and we ask for Democrats only to call that whenever that one night in a while. You want why you would want Obama why you'd want Hillary ninety probably ninety five percent of the calls, because we need the first black man, we need the first woman, nothing was based on issues. It was really an interesting show when we did that and the same thing when we got close to the election, we did numerous shows on Obama. Why would you vote specifically what is the issue for Obama? And it was except he'll get us out of all wars. It was all generalities, right? There were nothing specific you talked to a Trump voter about it, you know, he'll talk, they'll talk about the, the, the, the economy jobs. And specifically, you know how they believe the president would do it. Might not agree with it at times. And sometimes they get stuff wrong as we talked about the other day when we've talked to Trump supporters, who had no idea what was in the trade agreements. They thought terrorists were part of the trade agreements tariffs, tear, putting tear massive tariffs to, to equalize trade imbalance is not in there. Right. And they were shocked to find that out, and they were the most loyal Trump supporters. They were shocked to find that out because and that's the that's the danger of this president doing that. Because he could hurt his own economy. Remember when the president ran for office when we, we've talked about this before what was the economic growth, he was talking about. You know we just hit three percent last year. President was talking four five six four five and six percent is what he was quoted many times during the campaign as saying, that's what we're going to do. One of the reasons we could have done better than three but have not tariffs and if we do not continue on three percent route through next year. The election is not at all guaranteed for this president, right? Because the one thing he has going for him, is the economy, which is why we are concerned. And I know that people will say, well everybody in this country is willing to sacrifice the economy in order to make the economy, better ten years down the road. No, they're not. No. You may be the country is not that's the danger how fast you go. And when it may harm what you're trying to do yourself. That is our concern. Because as we said before, for all the.
"anthony kiedis" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Back at six seventeen. We do cover this song. Dave. Red hot chili peppers. Yeah. Who sings it? Anthony, Kiedis the. Preston things in my band. You're talking. Six seventeen. Let's go back to the phones where we going line one, Robin. Hi. Robin. I just I I'm sorry. I can't even speak this man coach you about his thirteen thirteen year old son being with a girl friend. What is our life? Come to kids have nothing else to do. But think about boyfriend girlfriend at thirteen years old. I mean to learn what's happening. We're just talking off air. And I said I wasn't even allowed to date in high school. My dad said I can start dating when I leave the house. Yeah. Mike, I'm sitting here in the crime. Uh-huh. No. Your phone's breaking up. Sorry. Yeah. We're good. Okay. But I mean, I don't understand where the thought process here. Do you really want to introduce your son and with a girl at? You really do. We know. Well, again, I I didn't take it as. I think it was just a dad trying to figure out. Hey, listen. My son's thirteen years old. He's starting to have interest in the opposite sex. I would say that is really common today a lot of thirteen and fourteen year olds. And how parents go about trying to make certain that they teach in this case his son that he teaches his son the proper way to treat young girls. Young ladies. You know? I mean, I just think it's sort of a process that that Joe is just about to embark upon. So I I mean, I didn't take it as I just thought it was sort of a fact-finding mission for Joe, I thought the same thing Dave in week kinda know Joe because he calls the show all the time both shows and he's a good guy. And he's just concerned like how do I handle this? So he's asking people here that have raised teenagers. And but but like Dave said, yeah. Yeah. That age. That's when boys and girls start. That's like seventh grade. Turned thirteen he said on Sunday. So he was twelve so maybe sixth grade, maybe a little seventh grade. I think group dates are probably more practical age than absolutely absolutely. Yeah. Yeah. No, no, not like hanging out by themselves alone in a room. I just I don't know. I mean, I just think that it's getting younger and younger. And I think that you know, as a parent that should be something that is spoken about. Age. And you're saying, you know, I hope that you're thinking along the lines of how do we expect? There on that date, a girl what a girl needs this bars respect, you know, talking to them. But I think what's happened in his generation is cell phones has really entered into maybe time and these kids is life where. No, I'm just I'm blown away by the conversation that yet because I just think there teen is way too young. And this is the time. You're you're talking to them not necessarily trying to figure out what to say to them with a girl in when they're together, Robin. Let me ask for we. Let you go. Do a are. You a mom did you have children? I have a twenty two year old an eighteen year old daughter. So are they both both daughters? So went win in your household. When did you start letting your daughter thing about dating, boys? I must say neither one of them have really so much they dated don't get me wrong about that. But it was like I'm with Kathy Lee. It's later in life. It's like when junior high school. Yeah. Junior in high school because I don't think that you're trying to get through school. You're trying to figure out you know, who you are. I just don't think that you have the the right dates to be in at thirteen years old. We're we're going to let you go on that. And and thanks a lot for the call. Fagging just said I had a kid as a junior in high school, and I'm like, well, that's not a good example of dragon. Example, exactly. Example, I think again, you know, thirteen probably young in terms of like group activities normally to me that was like a seventh and eighth grade. Movies like twelve friends in one mom, you takes four and one dad takes three. They they're all there to pick them up at the movie, that's sort of bowling, I agree with you. But I agree with Robin in terms of sort of the b B by yourself time. Not that I'm not into that. Lori. Hi, I'm with Robin. I could Joe grow a pair. I'm sorry. I'm just I'm very direct person. And you think? Well. I you know, I was sixteen before my dad loud boy to come over to the house to see me. Let alone go on a date out of the house. And there is so much more like cool. Great. How 'bout and Joe weren't you? What their ten year old? Boy, don't you. Remember what thirteen year old boys? Think about and I can't remember, I don't know. Whether it was Rick or Dave 'cause I can't tell you guys apart. But one of you said, well, these days boys are thinking about. Well, no, boys are boys. And I love ways I love men specifically. But the boys have always thought about this kind of thing. And they always will. And that's the way they're made. And God bless them. But it takes a man to guide a boy into manhood that is something that a woman can't do. We don't know how to be men, and it takes a real man to teach. And boy how to be a wonderful man, Joe respected his wife. I don't know whether Joe still married, but Joe was a thirteen year old boy Joe. Grow a hair. All right, Laurie. Thanks for your call less than a minute. We'll go Jeff next, Jeff we have less than a minute on Joe. Take beaten. No kidding. Thirteen I'll still making mud pies and eating them. Yeah. I listened to both your shows and stuff like that. What it meant. You are on your joke of the day setting when Kathy did the jokes already. Larry. Yeah. If y'all wouldn't mind posted me a link for the joke of the day. I got one for you. Okay. The FOX dot com to dragon at the FOX dot com. We'd love with fact, we need it. One for tomorrow. Okay. I'll see if I could get on that tonight. Have a good day, man. Thank you. Jeff. All right. Well, that really stirred the pot John stirred the pot Joe for that phone call Joe's and an ice on his head. Yes. I have one quick Texas says I have a friend whose mom monitor him monitored him often by cameras all over the house, and it really screwed with him, psychologically. So I don't think that's a good idea. That is a little sketchy myself. Mccabe thing. Yeah. But people have cameras all over their house now. Yeah. I don't know. I don't think I'm down with you spying on your kids with cameras for seven. They're sitting. Then at my house. I gotta say on this one. I think. Cameras are in your house. I think cameras are. Okay. I don't necessarily think you had a spy them all the time. But the cameras are sitting there. Right. I mean, they're not in the bedrooms there in the living room. And that's all going to see anything like in the main areas of the house where the kids are going to hang out. There will be one in the basement at one point. Okay. I gotta break..