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Fresh update on "billy" discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

07:23 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "billy" discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

"And we'll see superman. I i don't know what to do. You can see that Every choice. I've made so far has brought us here has been wrong. Superman palm spasms around batsman's job ambassador o'clock is racing only moments remained before the blast. So listen to me billy. Listen heart harder than you ever have before. Look around this. Look we've been you is a bomb. Fallen either does us. We run rampant across the globe. I can still stop the bomb hill that much. I'm sure what i don't know is whether i should be allowed to superhumans remains on. One will pay the ultimate price and that decision. Not for me to make. i'm not. I'm not a man. But you. Billy vote more than anyone who's ever existed. You know what. It's like to live in both worlds. Only way they're worth fight the brainwashing. Billy you can let week go or with a word you stop me. You understand the choice made by yuolo. Decide is tears answer for side the world when he prize seven under utter their voice. This is this is just beautiful artwork of Them flying above ask superman grabs his boot rose him down falls to the ground. Goes up the bomb. And then we see all the little panels of the fighting heels transam transam and we see the explosion. All the birds choosing shot and then we have the specter pointing judgment. There's that beautiful haunting shot superman booking our arms out screaming and just smoke and when you see all the body Around them he stands. Up is spread. norman's wear almost certain to confront his Feels alone. Amy not there were survivor. There are fewer in number and their finish. Great rewards over judging has been passed. I'm no longer needed kerr. Well normally farewell farewell. You brought all this way just to watch people die. Thank you wanna give prime evil and get the help the un now you saw superman saw an anger twist steal. If what happens next happens the only way in and you let it. That is god in heaven run. He's gone berserk. So now we have are very if we think if you think about the origin of superman how he was inspired by biblical strongmen. Light samson zaveri samson Seen people running in superman just crushing the building. And then norman shows up. He's really think he's mad at him. He's raging himself. Let me talk to him now. Says clarke clarke. Don't you blame yourself. Captain marvel or mcdonald. Nasa's for ten years ended today s. You're angry but in that anger you're forgetting once more what human feel but they fear it won't forgive you for this clark or give yourself and you stops. Who are you. Why are you here to bear. Witness listened to all the things you can do all your powers. Greatest has always been your instinctive knowledge of right and wrong. It was a gift of your own humanity. You never had to question your choices and we situation any crisis. You knew what to do but the minute you made the super more important than the man that they decide to turn your back on. Man's pine back completely hostile That took your judgment away. Take it back. You want redemption allies in the very next decision. You make make it as a man and makes it right or mccain put it to superman eight. It all out is like this. Is you know really good. I mean to ask himself. From humanity of speech he gave billy It's just as if humanity up but as you are and not set that so many people are because because he an ancient decided to nuke all of mad at the loss of life. It's always happen. Stand at healing him in the moment survivors is on. The next page is has survivors. How how many enough to leave us with same problems as before. Same impasse seem dangerous. The dying breath at the marvel meant to detonate the bomb high above ground zero. Thanks to that recombination power pre lanterns and others. There were survived. Same distrust same everything. What now superman now put things right years ago. I let those is sort of drive driving away. We all did and that was the day all of this game. We saw you dots. As we saw ourselves we were both wrong but no longer care about mistakes yesterday. I care about doping with tomorrow together. The problems we face still exists or not going to solve them for you. We're going to solve them with you. By ruin above view but i- living among the no longer impose our our humanity. You will earn your trust. Using the wisdom of man of one man left his life. there is the kate after in kazan..

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'You Will Be Assimilated' Author David Goldman on China's Contempt for the U.S.

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:44 min | 1 d ago

'You Will Be Assimilated' Author David Goldman on China's Contempt for the U.S.

"China is not an enemy. And I think that's important for people to clearly understand. China is a rising power, China has been a rising power since Deng Xiaoping in 79. And they are going to develop themselves in our developing themselves into a great power. That is not to say, however, that they are an enemy. They're not an enemy. They're just a great power. That's according to the chairman of the joint chiefs when he was speaking in his private capacity as chief of staff of the army. The NATO summit, maybe that explains a lot about Mark Billy. We'll discuss the realities of what China thinks they are to us and how they're eating our lunch with the man that we always rely upon to tell us about the geo strategic reality in Asia and in Beijing. He's the author of a fabulous work you must check out right now. It's you will be assimilated. China's plan to Sino form the world. David Goldman. Welcome to one on one. A sub gorka it is an honor and privilege to spend fine with you, sir. Thanks for the invitation. I just realized I'm looking at the cover of your book that the Chinese dragon has a pair of iPhone ear pods in. That's a very nice little touch there. I missed in the past. David, we'll talk about Millie. We'll talk about the truth of China Beijing. Xi Jinping and everything else. But first, I have to ask you. The imagery of these super cargo ships off the port of LA, the president of the United States saying, oh, no, don't worry about it. And then Jen Psaki saying, oh, that's a high class issue. People having the Christmas present. So that's, you know, the pipes don't worry about that. Let me ask you, let's think like the Chinese Communist Party for a moment. What does China think of the fact that America can't unload its cargo ships? The Chinese have contempt for us. They think they can take us. We just published an a four times an excerpt from a book by Chinese economist used to be the chief economist of the World Bank Chicago university PhD. Who says, look at history. Look at the United States versus England at the end of the 19th century. The English were lazy complacent and the United States come from behind, took them out and ate their lunch. That's exactly what we're going to do to the United States now. We've got the people. We've got the supply chains. We've got the technology. We've got the will to do it. America's lazy and feckless and their right for the

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Fresh update on "billy" discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

02:01 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "billy" discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

"Me my grave. not him. Hester raised her gaze from the center of the table. I hope all your were answered. She said i would have thought that his answer meet me at my grave would have been followed with at midnight but it was broad daylight. Four o'clock we all piled into the suv. That jesse's parents had given it for graduation. The town's only cemetery was located just past the industrial district of the south end of town. We climbed out walked one. Pass the older section of the cemetery to the green treeless lawn. That made up the newest portion. Billy's simple headstones located next to the fences separated the older section from the newest when i saw him sitting on his headstone. I looked left and right realized i was alone. I kept walking. I came with in arms length and realized that my face was wet with tears. I reached out. I'll miss you billie but never forget you. He raised a hand and extended his index finger. There couldn't have been more than an inch between us. That's when billy vanished and i fainted. That was eight years ago. But i remember billy on his gravestone like it was yesterday. I'm currently an er nurse and often worked a nightshift alone. Of course doctors always on call. I've never had any other paranormal experiences. But carry a picture of billy and many nights. When i'm alone. I call out his name. There's never a response. But i never feel lonely and that is a real and true ghost story. The individual gave it to me asked that her name be changed so her real name is not ellen richmond but aside from a little editing. That is your real and true. Go story at the end of chapter. Four of ghost detectives arch bishop a wolfing priests clothing I'll read another ghost story. Thanks for listening..

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McCartney, Swift to induct new members into rock hall

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 1 d ago

McCartney, Swift to induct new members into rock hall

"The rock and roll hall of fame has announced some of the details on the induction ceremony in Cleveland on October thirtieth our margins are a letter with the latest Angela Bassett simply Tina Turner in the film what's love got to do with it will give the speech inducting Turner into the rock hall Paul McCartney will induct the foo fighters into the hall Taylor swift will honor Carole King well drew Barrymore will induct the go-go's Todd Rundgren and JZ also will be inducted along with craftwork Charley Patton Gil Scott heron LL cool J. Billy Preston and Randi Rhodes the rock call is not yet revealed who will induct those acts

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Fresh update on "billy" discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

06:33 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "billy" discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

"Fact off third Rockinger radio billy's bounced their jazz loud. None other than stan getz. Everybody thought staying. It's all about that. Possible changes now bob people green around the edges sir bounce. Why lots of jazz before. This janeiro started with their washington. Dc recently made a Russia and collaborate with russian musicians taught them the vibration of american jazz. Spent a couple out there. They love out. It's amazing europe asia. Embrace the music jazz sometimes appear in america. It's love from her latest release behind the smiles. We've got one more hour to go so keep it up right here of you missed any part of the new dads dot com. This is on the ban and take care of you. Give you the keys to the city.

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Breaking the Formulaic Mold of Contemporary Christian Music

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:28 min | 3 weeks ago

Breaking the Formulaic Mold of Contemporary Christian Music

"To andy irwin of the famous irwin brothers. You probably remember the film. i can only imagine. There's a new film out called the jesus music movie obviously self explanatory. It's about jesus music. We were just talking. Andy about this strange moment in the culture and to me. It's there's something sad about it where we had people mainstream figures. Billy graham to some extent was a mainstream figure. But we had johnny cash. We had chris christopherson singing unapologetic. Jesus music maybe the issue is that we have separated it into a. I think a lot of people think sometimes that when you do that you sort of marginalize yourself in other words it would be wonderful if everybody in the country was listening to the music rather than just people who listen to ccm. So i don't know where. Do you think we're going with that because i feel like you don't reach people if you're just in your own little genre. Yeah i think we explore that in documentary for sure because there was there. Was this purity where it started And you know the people that there wasn't an industry around. It was his people. That kind of organically started kind of expressing their fate. And then they're kind of became something where it became a little bit more for formulaic and then people blazed trails in new directions and then it will become formulaic. And then you know that was always the struggle between you know the commerce of it of just kind of play into your base and then being able to do really great art. And i think you know the exciting thing about it. Is i think you know we try to find something. That was universally relatable and the idea of You know outside of it being genre of these trailblazers that said hey. My voice is represented and i would like to form something that doesn't exist That's incredibly romantic. But along the way you know it can get kind of formulaic and just kind of play to the base. I think the exciting thing that's happening now. With the arts you know across the board Not just with with music but also hopefully you know heading that direction in film is there's been an opportunity To kind of branch out beyond the walls and so we kind of go into where it has been the started to make those steps in that direction. Like with the lauren bagels. And the you know for king country. Mcrae's there's these modern artists that are beginning to kind of blur. Those lines a little bit more and reach a broader

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Fresh update on "billy" discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

01:13 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh update on "billy" discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

"Let's be honest. George cables with music from his latest recording. Two thousand and sixteen release on high. No records called george cable. Songbook we are composition aka. Reggie woody c. e. cnn base. Victor lewis on drums. We started out to set with the title track from the new recording by vocalist robert macarthur. And it's from his number coin as we said one call stranger in town. You're listening to return to the source produced at the studios of wj a beat alabama. A am university. I'm your host. Douglas turner and an hour number two. I'll be shining desk spotlight on pianist. Composer billy childs. So be sure and keep you dolly. That returned to the source brought to you by the african american public. Radio consortium npr distribution and the public radio satellite system taking us into our number two. It's music from the recording by trumpeter. Terence blanchard it's on buono records called the comedian. In fact it's the original motion picture soundtrack with music composed and arranged by terence blanchard. And this one features in mckinney bearing on piano. Carl alan the drums. David pufus on the base on the tune. Written by terence called tit for tat knock. Turn.

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How to Achieve Extraordinary Results When Building Your Brand

Digital Conversations with Billy Bateman

02:13 min | Last month

How to Achieve Extraordinary Results When Building Your Brand

"Welcome to digital conversations. I am your host billy bateman and today i'm joined by a man that needs no introduction. Cmo gong. Would you let booting you doing today. I'm great to be here. Yeah yeah man really excited to have you and In have this conversation so before we get into it you know for those. That don't know you mind. Just introducing yourself and tell them a little bit about gong. They don't know what gong is sure. So i'm rudy as said on the chief officer chief marketing officer at this is my fifth time leading marketing team for a tech company figures companies of our public and Contact this is my third time working with my currency yo ben-dov so we work together across three. Different companies was all by south. Salesforce was Influences and gone is probably not going to be bought by anyone. Because we're waiting for that Gone is revenue intelligence platform that unlocks reality to help people in companies achieve their full Whether it sales teams marketing teams product teams has were success teams week. We help. everyone has anything to do with revenue. Yeah you guys do a great job. The first time i heard about gone my brother's a sales rep at sas company. And he is asking me what what tools are you using. He's like well they just got this. This gong thing like a month ago and i. I was a little skeptical. But he's a really good. It's helped my calls quite a bit. So at a typical response we get some companies reps initially a little Don't know my boss uses against new york. Listen everywhere. I say but it's really meant for them. It's what have to enter notes that their calls so they listen other reps calls and learn from them so they can go back and see what the customer or shared their calls with the customer asks for feedback and get help companies who are really allow helping the rep succeed and turn some of the struggling ones into fantastic once gonna get a ton of value out of

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Fresh update on "billy" discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

03:21 min | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on "billy" discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"The first springsteen song i really heard and listened to in earnest was wild. Billy's circus story. I'm in my room at night. Listening to this thing. And i didn't really have the maturity of the time to get the weird that kinda came later but the fact that this guy was using tube just intrigue the hell out. I kinda got hooked point. Hello everyone and welcome to new. Episode of set. Bruce your podcast. All about bruce springsteen his music and mostly is fans. I am your host jesse jackson and joining me. Tonight is a new online friend. Stephen drew stephen reached out to me and said. Hey i wanna talk bruce and i said well. Let's do it so welcome to the show. My friend thank you. It's wonderful to be here just to appreciate the opportunity to talk. Yeah well Introduce yourself give us the your elevator pitch to the audience. Well i i am an officer. that's That's what i've been doing lately. was I was kinda called lead to that late late in life to that As the result of taking a little stroll across spain a few years back. And i'll i'll talk more about that later sleaze But i became aware of you through a write in cali that you had recently. You should lie and I think i put a comment on On her episode and as a and then she she was Most adamant and suggesting that i join so so here. I am and it's it's great to do that. You know i've been listening to Been listening to bruce for all of my adult life in probably half my teenagers like back about fifty years. I'm sixty five. So i started listening to bruce in in in highschool and my first experience with him actually was almost too good to be true was in my darkened bedroom. And i'm listening to a what was then progressive radio station back in the seventies gang or san. Fm radio the this jockeys made up their own set lists scenario ripple. Here you know with the anr guys pushing for san goals. And so the first springsteen song that i really heard and listen to in earnest was wild. Billy circus story and i'm in my room at night listening to this thing and i didn't really have the maturity at the time to get the works..

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2021 Emmys: Winner Predictions for Outstanding Drama Series

Daily Pop

01:56 min | Last month

2021 Emmys: Winner Predictions for Outstanding Drama Series

"Let's talk about some of the nights. Toughest categories the emmy for outstanding drama series goes to margin. Which show do you think is going to take it. I hate to be so predictable. But i honestly think the crown i know. Aaron doesn't like it which tells me it's the only thing we've ever really disagreed on show. Well written is so well active. It's so well depicted. You get a sense that you are in one of the most iconic and well known families and what they have gone through so i just think that. They deserve their roses. I'm not gonna say fully dislike it with the full. Stop a man. He just hasn't evolved yet. Let me let me let me. Give you the pallet cleanser. You need less fresh. let's night. I will turn you onto the crowd. I'm gonna make sure that. I took four naps that day. Prior and then i'll be fully energized and ready. And maybe maybe i should do it post pregnancy so i really don't falsely anyway moving on as we're snoozing on the and made stale like handmaid's him when they're up for a nomination they take it home. They sweep in many categories. So i'm just excited that they're back on this platform to again. Really good picks. I'm leaning more towards handmaid's tale because it was so action packed. And i felt like elizabeth. Moss's directing debut was unbelievable. However we love to give a sendoff. We love to give a proper send-off pose this final season. The cast the story lines. What was written on that paper and what came to screen was so unbelievable. Right and it was life imitating art and art imitating life with billy porter storyline. So i think if you weren't oppose fan when you heard it was a final season. I feel like a lot of people got into it and i think they're going to be able to take it and they did already take home. Some creative arts emmys. the word drove. I mean it was to die for. That show was fully entertaining. You went through all the fields with that so don't really anyone's game. Yeah really out out of all three of those. It really could

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How to Make an Extra $1k This Weekend with Sam Parr

The Pomp Podcast

01:32 min | Last month

How to Make an Extra $1k This Weekend with Sam Parr

"All right let's start. Let's start with bitcoin. I what are your current thoughts on bitcoin. Crypto-currencies what are you doing. So i told you my my ross albright Story right you did. He went a party and ross. Was there yeah. So i've met ross years and years ago and he was my neighbor he lived near me And when he got arrested. I told my friend and my friend is was billy draper Billy's dad tim draper and bill was like yeah like bitcoin. It seems really cool. My dad like says it's gonna be great. And i was like oh well if your debts is going to be great. He's smart guy. So i bought some back that and so that was my my only bitcoin. Purchase back then. And then i own A for me. A fairly large stake in a theory. I'm and i don't do anything or just let it set yes. Bitcoin an ether and pretty much. That's it that's it okay. And then i don't even log it. And then i know this song giving you a softball but how do you think about investing in crypto versus investing in other assets. Yeah so. I consider it to be highly volatile. So i put a relatively single. Digit percentage networth in there. And then most everything else. I put into an etf. Am i. don't look at it. And i don't touch it and i don't do anything. I'm always such a boring investors So i allocate some high risk money to it to crypto in the rest. I put the most boring index funds. Ever which crypto nerds. They like laugh at me. And i'm like i don't know man i i don't i don't stress. It makes me good money. I'm happy

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Growing up as a Child of Billy Graham With Ruth Graham

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:17 min | Last month

Growing up as a Child of Billy Graham With Ruth Graham

"You grew up in extraordinary family but i imagine growing up in that family. It's it's a it's just a family for good and for ill just like most families are and i think a lot of people would think. Oh my goodness child of billy graham. What a magical existence you have talked about this to me and you've talked about this publicly that it wasn't a magical existence. It had a downside dysfunctional. Just like everybody else but when you have a father who travels that much. You're going to find some dysfunction in the family. And certainly that was dysfunction in my of my life in the family life but you know god is faithful to us and i'm not going to be critical of my mother or my father. They were unique people for unique time for unique purpose and i know people upset them up examples. They are not examples. They're exceptions. And i think that mother and daddy were so faithful to god and we're such wonderful examples to us as children and i'm very grateful for the family that did have as dysfunctional as it was. It's funny though. Isn't it when you become a parent You have a lot more grace for your own parents because you realize that nobody gets this right. Whoever's apparent is apparent for the first time You you just do your best and then you kind of repent and you know acknowledge your fault. But now it's too late because the kids are grown up. I mean it's an amazing thing that every generation has to go through that. And i'm sure that you know as a in some ways magical and extraordinary as your parents where they they were just people doing the best. They could And then you have to pick up the pieces in your own life and then you have to make sure you don't pass on those problems as you raise your kids and so it's not. It's not easy is it. it's not easy. Being a parent is a very difficult job. And it's a time job in even found out now. My children are grown. That it's even harder now two grown children but i am just grateful for example that mother daddy gave me but my children have been such a blessing to me and they have been with me through the ups and downs and The they live in my neighborhood My sons-in-law want to live near me. And i thought what a blessing that is that my sons-in-law would choose to live next to their other

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Billy Graham's Daughter Ruth Speaks About the Epidemic of Loneliness in America

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:53 min | Last month

Billy Graham's Daughter Ruth Speaks About the Epidemic of Loneliness in America

"Interesting first of all when you say generation z. I'm not sure what that means. Anymore tha roughly what age i talking about. Nineteen ninety five to two thousand fifteen. The twenty five year olds twenty twenty. Somethings on on okay. And do you think ruth they they think of themselves as lonely because you're right. It seems counter intuitive For any young person to be lonely. That's when you're in school that's when you're doing all kinds of things. Why do you suppose they think of themselves as lonely well. They are so connected technology with technology digitally but they have no real heart connections in. That's the problem. The grandson. We'll tell you you know. We have lots of connections but no real relationships. And i think that's the thing that's missing his relationship. I think it needs to be said over and over but this is a good place to start. There's something inherently one dimensional or at least shallow about social media. You're really communicating with much depth. And you've just said it the connection it. It's really a tenuous connection. It's tremendously superficial. It's almost designed to be superficial. But i've never really thought about how if you get a lot of that eventually. It would be almost painful. Because you'd be you'd be even longing for some real connection more than somebody who's not getting any of that kind of connection well and raza and found out through the pandemic that they had more phone calls than even on mother's day because people wanted to hear a voice. Singing texts wasn't enough. They needed to hear voice. They needed to hear the tone in the voice and so people began coal and people. Not just texting.

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I Don't Like My Kid's Friends. What Do I Do?

Ask Lisa: The Psychology of Parenting?

02:10 min | Last month

I Don't Like My Kid's Friends. What Do I Do?

"There's different kinds problems that could be happening here and if we can home in on what the problems might be it actually then gives us a way to think about what might be done about it so the first question i would ask is is the daughter uncomfortable about these friendships because especially at seventeen. You're going to need her. Buy in to make any changes and is not clear from the letter. But i think it's the kind of question that apparent would ask first anytime they don't feel good about a kids friends and this this is on the older side. She seventeen but this happens all through development. You know where you're like really that kid. You wanna hang out with that kid. And i think even with younger kids parents can feel like they want to get in and intervene and engineer and try to create distance from a kiddo that they're not so keen on but even with younger kids the question i would have parents ask i is. Does my kid have any reservations about this friendship. And if they don't but you do well so that's interesting. So i think i you wanna look for that possibility where you say to them you know. I'm imagining malik. A younger came. Because i think that's especially when parents can feel very interventionist. You know every time you hang out with. Billy you guys get yourself in trouble. Have you noticed this. You know that kind of question. And i think you could get a couple of different answers. the could be like actually a have no say so. What do you want to do about that right now. This is an ideal situation. Because you've got. The kid is in some conflict about themselves into the. They've got a problem as far as they're concerned which then means they're much more likely to partner with you or take some initiative around trying to fix the problem of you know hanging out with a kid who gets themselves in trouble. That'd be great. It also may be really 'cause like yeah. Whatever billy's lots of fun you know in their kid does not seem to be much conflict about it at

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First "Murder Hornet" Nest of 2021 Destroyed in Washington

Pardon My Take

00:20 sec | Last month

First "Murder Hornet" Nest of 2021 Destroyed in Washington

"Murder hornets. So these things popped up in early twenty twenty and we kind of forgot about him because of cova and forgot about them. I've been tyler. I've remained vigilant. Well unfortunately they're back The i asked was in washington. So that's good news. But i'm sure billy's on the lookout for more.

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"billy" Discussed on Digital Conversations with Billy Bateman

Digital Conversations with Billy Bateman

01:56 min | Last month

"billy" Discussed on Digital Conversations with Billy Bateman

"Thought we'd reverse the roles a little bit and ask you some questions about how the podcast started where it's headed Just some of his thoughts on the nine episode so far So how you doing today. Billy do them doing good man doing good. I met a urine the chapman studio. Hq and i'm so So yeah it's awesome so Yeah this is a fun idea. The marketing team had you know like hundred episodes coming up. We should do something a little different and You know actually elissa. Who's you call her. Like the current producer of the podcast Was like why. What if we just Have somebody interview you. You know and let's do that so we thought it might be a fun idea. And i'm excited to do at tanner. Like you used to be the producer of the podcast gaps tracking down guest. Get out of hawaiian With post production to get ready to go out to the world so yemen excited to do this. Yeah i remember when we hit the Like the fifty what year mark absolutely fifty second and fifty third and that was that was crazy. And we're almost whole another year. Pass that so it's it's crazy thinking about well Yeah for anyone that's under the show Or doesn't know that much about you. You want to give a quick Quick introduction of channels or yourself. yeah yeah So billy abatement one of the founders of chaplains Run day to day operations in product. or where. spend most of my time. But you know we'd be doing anything from hr to accounting to work not sales in any given day So starting we start chat funnels three years ago now and we actually started out as a consulting company and then transitioned to a software company about a year and a half ago Selling our own solution..

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Gun That Killed Billy the Kid Sells for $6 Million

BBC Newsday

01:42 min | Last month

Gun That Killed Billy the Kid Sells for $6 Million

400% Over 4 Years of Coaching With Entrepreneur Clay Clark

Entrepreneur on FIRE

02:48 min | Last month

400% Over 4 Years of Coaching With Entrepreneur Clay Clark

"Today we're talking about four hundred percent over four years of coaching with none other than clay clark. And let's just be honest klay because fire nation likes success but they love super success breakdown. What you think the first step to achieving super successes. Well i think the first thing we have to recognize is the the harsh reality that ninety. Six percent of businesses fail according to inc magazine. That's not my opinion. That's magazine will tell you if you look up other statistics you're gonna find eight hundred. Ten small businesses failed forbes. Eight at ten nine hundred ten businesses. Fail dear research tonight folks. Look that up but the first you have to recognize that most people are going to fail by default. So you have to become an intentional person so step one you have to define what success looks like. I mean what does success look like for your faith your family finances your fitness your friendship and your fun and napoleon hill once wrote that a goal is a dream with a deadline napoleon hill the bestselling author of thinking grow rich. You know the personal printers for andrew carnegie. He said that he's a goal is a dream with a deadline. So ask yourself right now. You know i. I have in removing to a forty acre property. Moving to a new building. Moving there i have to ask ourselves what does a successful man cave look like. What does it look like. I'm being serious. I'm telling the listeners out there. This is true a successful man cape books like this three quarters of my beautiful house. My wife has to approve. Of which means that. I will not like it. Because it's going to be boozy transitional and whatever that is but if she's happy i'm happy but then we go to the man cave. This is my family. My man cave has to feel like a dive bar. I have to have rustic. Beat up floors. I've got to have live edge. Would i gotta have a urinal. These are things. That i need jail. These things. i have to have a forty seven foot waterslide but did extends from my waterfall in my backyard. What kind of a successful entrepreneur could possibly do life without a urinal a urinal it's an incredible By the way without having his own forty seven foot waterslide. I'm i'm a forty year old man. I need a forty seven foot waterslide. So but if by default i just met with builders and said well do whatever you think i probably would not have a forty-seven i probably would not have a urinal in my bathroom. My wife would probably not have the existence that she wants. And i would probably not have enough land that i can buy all the yaks llamas and chickens that i want but i want you accent llamas and somebody else listening to says you're sick. You're crazy. well. I might be crazy. I might be a modern billy madison. But the point is ladies and gentlemen you have to define. What are your goals for your faith your family your finances your fitness your friendship your fun and you have to ask yourself. How much does that cost per year.

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Creating Customer-Focused Content With Trisha Wiles

Digital Conversations with Billy Bateman

02:17 min | 2 months ago

Creating Customer-Focused Content With Trisha Wiles

"Right everyone welcome to the show. Today i am your host billy bateman and i am joined by the great tricia wiles relief tricia. Thanks for joining me today. Thanks for the intro. The great. I've never actually had that the descriptive before my name. Yeah so that's a new one while you're in my book. You're your great li. I've known you for a little while and everything you do is awesome so tricia for those that don't know you I'll give just a little intro. You're the creative content manager Their true influence also hosts the podcast Great podcast if you haven't if you haven't listened to it i'll let you plug it a little bit and but teller when just a little bit about yourself about your journey to where you got today and then true influence the journey. That's going to be the big story there. Thanks for the intro belly. At yes emigrated content manager here term funds actually new in the role. This happened in the past few months. Actually moving has metaphor month yet. I was able to be brought onto influence during the very beginning of march. Twenty twenty so. Put your mind self back in that place where you were. When was going on in the world. And i have a background in acting. I was performer. Down here in orlando florida area at working professionally around the area as as an actor whether that be musical theater straight plays children's theatre and obviously the waves of the world turns. I can no longer do my job. So the beautiful thing about Having that history in storytelling is that is what it is it storytelling right getting onstage. Learning lines learning songs and being able to connect with an ci- man does that align with marketing right now in the bbc space. Oh yes. I have seen so it has been so much fun. I get to host conversations on the accelerating revenue series. It gets a implanting season. Three eight now had great guests like you billion others in the industry. Michael brenner. tony up off. I've i've been blessed to be able to walk into an industry from something completely. Different in enacting all committed to be to be insane. Okay all right. There's a lot to learn here. And there's so many bright brilliant minds around what we get to do

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CNN Reporter Describes Taliban Chanting ‘Death to America’ on Kabul Streets as ‘Friendly’

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:18 min | 2 months ago

CNN Reporter Describes Taliban Chanting ‘Death to America’ on Kabul Streets as ‘Friendly’

"If i told you a. Cnn reporter standing outside the kabul embassy reported there just chanting death to america but they seem friendly at the same time. Would you believe me. I swear to you at happen and i'm gonna play the clip. Courtesy of the daily caller. That's what today's cnn is reduced to. That's what a sycophant media for. Joe biden is left. Say hey honey. If they're saying death to america valeting friendly. Okay announcer voice. They're not friendly if they want to kill us. That's a cnn report. I don't know what her name is. She's got a giant burqa on over her head. And she standing there and she said a cnn reporter and i quote. They're just chanting death to america but they seem friendly at the same time. This is like the reporters standing in front of the burning buildings in the in the riots. After george floyd saying everything's peaceful here peaceful protests. These are peaceful fires. Don't pay any attention all those burning. Billy's you see behind me says the msnbc reporter. It's pretty useful. These are people peacefully protesting. George wow

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How CMOs Can Drive Success in Turbulent Times

Digital Conversations with Billy Bateman

02:07 min | 2 months ago

How CMOs Can Drive Success in Turbulent Times

"All right. Everyone welcome to the show today today. I am joined by monica sullivan. Cmo demand science. Monica thanks for joining me today to be heavily. Yeah yeah we're excited. We're gonna talk about marketing marketings role in helping companies during times of transformation. You've got a lot of experience in that but before we hop into that. I just would like you to share with everyone. Your career journey What sparked your interest in marketing. What led you to be in the cmo demand. Science sounds great. Happy to do it. I think you know it's easy to say always wanted to be a marketer. But i'll be honest and say that you know in in undergrad. I didn't really know what that meant. I thought it was advertising in super bowl ads and things that were just cool and sexy big budgets and of course that's not all the reality although that's the fun part for sure but i. I certainly am thrilled. Still be on the path in marketing. And i started really my journey for ernest at digital I was there for eleven. Years was an amazing opportunity and foundational time for me and talking to my peers. We're all in agreement that that was really when we grew as marketers. We actually have a reunion coming up in the fall. Hopefully in person in the boston area so excited about that. And you know there's for sure six degrees of Six degrees of separation with my peers at dinner. Toss around this area and beyond which makes it also fun to continue to be connection. Engage with people that you've known for a long time who are growing in their careers. Many people in as cmo's at this point but you know it's it's there's been a lot the journey as well and and took me a lot of places to get to orient today. So wanna talk to you a little bit about that. Because i really learned a lot in in what it takes to be transformational and succeed in. It's not really about being able to send a memo about a new marketing campaign. It takes a lot of engagement of communication as you know.

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Supermodel Kathy Ireland Discusses Her New Music Label

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:09 min | 2 months ago

Supermodel Kathy Ireland Discusses Her New Music Label

"Just launched a record label. You're you're doing a lot of many many interesting things a lot of people. Just don't know that side of you. They just think of you as a supermodel. Who's doing other stuff now. But you make it sound like you were always interested in business even while you were modeling in the middle of modeling my goodness i mean my first job. I was four years old. I sold painted rocks through my wagon. Modeling was a detour. It ended up being a great education. Not the plan. That is far some music. I'm we have the privilege of working with great people In our company at e one is the entertainment arm of our company. Amazing young producer. Nick mendoza Working very closely win marilyn. Mccoo billy davis junior produced blackbird the lennon mccartney icons billion maryland. Day are. They're incredible people with day. People don't know i actually. I didn't know that. So i mean i remember them principally as the fifth dimension. Amazing voices amazing talents but they. They're people of christian faith. I didn't really know that that's always good. Solid people if they do so much work beneath the radar had the the privilege of being in mississippi whittam after hurricane katrina. They have their own christian worship band in their always reaching out to others but incredible people and we're working with bmg and they're are they're amazing. tastic people. And we're so proud of them. They're their music. Debuted at number one on itunes for our in v. and also of the data. They're doing great in their music can be found on apple and also the a lot of people get their music digitally but we billion maryland. Art is so icon People purchasing that. It's it's going so well and target walmart. I just love the fact that a lot of people are getting no this other side of

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2021 NBA Free Agency: Bulls Strike Fast With Deals for Lonzo Ball, Alex Caruso

The Stephen A. Smith Show

00:59 min | 2 months ago

2021 NBA Free Agency: Bulls Strike Fast With Deals for Lonzo Ball, Alex Caruso

"Thing long term on the bulls. I'm thinking that they might have one free agency yesterday. Because i love the lonzo signing. I love the caruso signing for them. Billy donovan is building a culture. They're the guys that can play with. Zach levine and don't forget they. They added nick which nicola which last last season the deadline the bulls are trying to make the playoffs and much like we've talked about that. The league is better when the knicks are pretty good or good. I still think the same thing from the bull standpoint as well chicago matters so and by the way we've got a couple of things we've got a cup. I mean man. There's a lot of breaking news. Just happening right now. So here's the deal. Woge breaks the story steph. Curry agrees four year. Deal two hundred fifty million dollar contract extension with the warriors so steph curry will remain a warrior for the rest of his career which is fantastic news.

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Elements of Revenue Marketing Success With Mark Emond

Digital Conversations with Billy Bateman

02:05 min | 2 months ago

Elements of Revenue Marketing Success With Mark Emond

"Argument here with demand spring. Delighted to be with you today. I am going to give you a year. And i want you to think about for a moment. I'm gonna give you a few moments. I will pause. And i want you to think about what that moment means to you. The year is nineteen ninety-six. All right have you connected that to what that means to you for. Some of you may be. That was the year that you were born for others. maybe you weren't even born than maybe. Your parents got married in that year. Or maybe you got married that year. Maybe you graduated from college that year for me. Nineteen ninety-six was the year. That i started my be marketing career. I had graduated from university a couple of years previous to that. I had backpack through europe with my girlfriend at the time. Now my wife sue. And we had a great time traipsing through europe eating baguettes and gouda cheese and crepes and i had gotten back and decided now is the time to start my career and i thought i was going to change the world as abebe marketer while little did i know that in nineteen ninety six my job is a bead marketer was essentially to keep the food warm and the beer cold now. I'm being a little facetious. But just a little as it turns out see back in nineteen ninety-six. The internet had just been commercialized. The year previous to that google was just a tiny company back then. There was no amazon. There was no net flicks. Microsoft was rolling the world with microsoft office and windows ninety five and marketers jobs back then were really Subservient to sales Bb sales definitely ruled the ruled the go to market roost in organizations and our job was to really support a bb sales There was no digital marketing ad. There was no content. Marketing mar tech was not a thing. Social media was not a thing back then so that was. That was my job. That was my life back then. It was really supporting

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"billy" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

Billy Dees Podcast

08:06 min | 7 months ago

"billy" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

"L. everyone and welcome to the billy dis podcast. I am absolutely thrilled. That you are. And i chuckle. When i say that because it has come to my attention that i've been imitated in those words. Well i guess. Imitation is the greatest form of flattery right. That's that's what i'm told. And that is what we are going to stick with. So there you go. You can find abilities podcasts. Pretty much anywhere. Podcasts are found including apple podcasts. And spotify but no matter where you find us no matter what platform you have found us on. I am absolutely thrilled that you are here. The billy dis podcast is primarily a commentary and an interview program. Today's episode will be a commentary. I am going to be speaking about alien visitation to our world. That subject obviously always very intriguing always very captivating and eighty jolt question. And we'll be getting into that and just a few moments just a little more information about the podcast itself. We do podcast a number of different ways here for example. We will often do with podcasts. Sometimes we do podcast. That have video and we do this very often when we have guests and today we are audio and it's not just a matter of separating the concepts of video. I believe that the spoken word is an art form. We are primarily vocal creatures and with no only for one. You can't rely on fresh ines on gestures on graphics in your video. What have you. You have to rely on the passion in your voice. We have to rely on your vocabulary. You have to rely on all of these tools and also from an audio perspective as well. I i really like the microphone. Skillset that comes with audio only the little different for video and the way you approach your production and everything is a little different with audio. And the reason why i believe. I'm mentioning this is i've The popularity of of podcasts. How obviously has exploded okay. And you're getting a lot of people that are getting on the podcast bandwagon for lack of a better term that come from different types of content creation and basically what they're doing with their podcast. Is there repurposing Or maybe redoing their content that they normally do for their videos or their blog. Or have you. And i really want to stress that the energy with audio only your voice going just a few inches into a professional microphone and directly into someone's year that dynamic is very important to me and that is why we will often do audio only podcast because the approach to them is different and i certainly hope the audience Notices that and appreciates it and enjoys the program before we dive into the topic of. Ufo's anytime. i approach a subject. Such as this. And what i mean by that. Let's say you psychic's supernatural things of any kind. I am not necessarily saying that. These things are untrue. There may very well be as big as the universe is. There may very well be life out there somewhere. Okay and same goes for some of these other things that you may or may not believe in but there's a difference between having evidence that shows something or evidence that is very impressive. And let's say evidence that is conclusive. Those are two different things so anytime i approach something like this when it comes to what i am going to accept us to. There's some basic guidelines. Let's say for example. We are proposing something. We are suggesting something to be true. Whatever guidelines whatever controls we have in place those have to be accepted by a third party it has to be in other words like peer reviewed. Okay our suggestions about our experiment. The results have to be predictable. And they have to be repeatable. They can't just be one time chance things. They have to be things that we can produce the same predictable result and of course there has to be some way of outside by our third party and whoever else may be involved i recently did a commentary. I guess you can find it. In the playlist about the importance of space technology space exploration and when it comes to the mars rover and some of these other things the idea the prospect that we could find evidence of life other than our own in space is absolutely incredible and just because that fills us with wonderment and it sparks our imagination. We have to be very careful not to let that aspect of it. Allow us to accept evidence to quickly. That is incomplete. Okay now that you kind of have an idea of where. I'm coming from with his commentary. Let's kind of get into it. We're in production february twenty eighth twenty twenty one and this past week. An american airlines plane reported a mid-flight flight close encounter with a ufo. The pilot of the flight bound for phoenix reported an object quote. That almost looked like a cruise missile. And we have some audio for you right here. Targets up here. We just had something no right over the top of that. I hate to say this look like a long electrical object. It almost looked like a cruise missile type of thing moving really fast right over the palpable this past year. Twenty twenty in documents recently released by the navy fighter pilots reported close encounters with unidentified aerial vehicles including several dangerously close in eight incidents between june twenty seventh two thousand thirteen and february two thousand nineteen and again. We have some audio for you. Roger shooting on address okay. So have we been visited by aliens from outer space. One of the most monumental scientific discoveries and astonishing human experiences would be that of a confirmed alien visitation. I believe there is a part of our lonely human existence that longs for company in the vastness of space and time has alien visitation happened or are various sightings in stories simply.

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"billy" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

Billy Dees Podcast

05:54 min | 8 months ago

"billy" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

"One to.

"billy" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

Billy Dees Podcast

05:05 min | 10 months ago

"billy" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

"To actually consider the the notion that you could be wrong or that other things to consider about how you feel about a given subject and that was like with the old days when when news was a public service you had a sit through news that you may or may not didn't like to get to your favourite program that started at seven or eight and now the entertainment begins when the for the evening begins during the news program or it'd be our. It's twenty four hours a day on your favorite news network because they tell you what you like. And it's not a matter of challenging what you're told but it's a it's a matter of challenging your own perspectives. Is this really all. There is to know about this subject how i feel about it what i know about this subject is. That's is that all. I know or are there some known unknowns. What don't i understand. what should i be. What questions should i be asking. Why should i accept the information. That's coming to me as just the knowns that i need to know okay just a snippet there of one of my commentaries from twenty twenty. That one happens to be about news. And as i discussed earlier will probably do some more commentaries throughout the year of twenty twenty one. Twenty twenty one. How did that happen. Where does time go. I remember when the year two thousand. When i was in school. That was like so far away. You know it was like science fiction and here. We are almost twenty one years after the year. Two thousand just unbelievable. The year kicks off our first episode of twenty twenty one b Debuts january fourth okay. That's a monday and it is with linda day smith. She is the author of a book standing against the rage which is a book about the absolutely horrific case of domestic violence. That occurred to one family in the nineteen thirties and ultimately this is a story of hope because it has to deal with a survivor and how that person was able to get on and live a very fulfilling life after this incident. And we also speak about in generalities about domestic violence in general and once again. That's gonna be this coming monday. January fourth twenty twenty one olinda day smith our author standing against the rage. Also coming up this year. I don't wanna get too detailed because a lot of these interviews haven't been completely nailed down yet with all the ts cross. But there's one that's coming up with a hospice nurse. This nurse has been in the presence of people dying many many times and she's gonna talk about some similarities and terms of what happens. Let's say as people are crossing over and she doesn't necessarily try to validate or dispute any spiritual beliefs if that you may have or not have but what she does do is say. Hey this is what happens. Take from it what you will so. That's gonna be interesting to hope that comes together. That will be sometime shortly after the first of the year probably late in january or the first february lots of other. Good stuff coming up to as always you can find me on twitter at billy dis and i also have the facebook page abilities podcasts. Pretty make a comment. If you have any questions or suggestions we try to at least recognize anything that anybody puts on our social media posts and we greatly appreciate the feedback and we appreciate the lessons. I am dis. Thank you very much for listening to our our podcast today. And let's all have a great twenty twenty one. It's got to be better than twenty twenty right. My very best wishes to you for a very happy new year. Well hello everyone. I am from the self titled billy dis by guest. You can find me on apple. Podcast stitcher tune in iheartradio and many more of the best podcast networks. Join me for my commentary and interviews. Follow me on twitter. Released defined at. Billy ds i am bob. Love to have you listening..

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"billy" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

Billy Dees Podcast

07:34 min | 11 months ago

"billy" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

"I am aware of it is. I interviewed an author. Awhile back who's written about it. She's actually a an attorney. That specializes in helping. People manage their resources in a way that their parents can be taken care of and so forth. And it's kind of an issue that people are ignoring until it happens. You know and i was. I was one of those people now. My dad died years ago. My mom lived. She passed away a few years ago but She was healthy will endure eighties. And i might never even mine. I never gave it much much concern at all. I knew she was in the back of my mind. She was gonna die someday but one trip to the hospital and all of a sudden she requires twenty for our care and that just happened like in one day one weekend. I came under the realization. That i have something major to take care of here. And that's my My My author friend says is you know. Think about these things while they're healthy so they can make the decisions and you can get things in place before that sunday afternoon in my case in the emergency room you realize. Wow everything's changed now and And that's something that generation x. Is going to be impacted on probably more than any other generation because boomers are in fact one of the largest generational groups and they're going to be hitting that age. So that's that's a lesson. I learned the hard way. Thank you for sharing that lesson because that would have been exactly honest not going to think about it until right yeah. That's the tendency of a lot of us no matter what the subject is. That's unpleasant we don't. Everything's fine right now. I'm not gonna worry about it And that would be a thing too. I think that one thing. I like about your brand of positivity is it's it's rooted in Realism like because like i said you get those quiet moments where you talk and i do feel that positively very much like faith has become a type of merchandise that people bottle and sell whether it be motivation and all these other things and I believe your brand of positivity is something about self empowerment you know something. That's fun and you also deal with subjects realistically. And that's one of the reasons why i wanted to have you on the program. I think you're you're tiktok account is just absolutely fantastic. What if people want to check you out as swale. if you don't have tiktok you have to download. The app is free. What is your screen. name on. Tiktok julie anderson four four to six. I have no idea why it's four to six. It just talk like put that out there. I never thought to change it. This is julie anderson forward twenty-six you'll find me and plenty of generation x. people on their really good community and this is one of the few things that's come across the recently that generation x. has excelled on because like the vine thing and everything was young young young. You know this year generation x. People are always talking about their days of ronald reagan and top gun and all these other things and it brings back in a stall j. Yeah yes you. You can share those memories with with other people. Let me ask you this. What would be in in terms of a parting shot. I guess k. What would be i. I sometimes say a message of hope. I'm not sure that's appropriate. But what would be your positive leading message to anybody listening to this above generation x. and folded into the circumstances of today the covid nineteen. What would be your positive message of hope. Listen to your instincts. They never lie. Okay that's absolutely right to it. Yeah i got that you're talking. I'm like oh. I got this. One came up came out. Is there any other place in any public accessible place that you have online or as tiktok your main show. No i'm on. You can actually find me like my link tree. I'm on facebook. I've got a facebook on instagram. And i'm on youtube. But little tiny bit on link then mostly tiktok and facebook your professional presence on linked in. I've i came late to promoting the podcast. Actually what. I do digital marketing. So i'm real familiar with youtube and facebook. You know when. I always had my own time. Always concentrated on the audio podcast. And that's been around a long time and just let the audience and let you know my my. My strongest following is certainly on apple. Podcasts spotify listeners. From all over for some reason mountain view california to get a lot. And i'm from ohio. But i'm kind of well known here so i expect listens. Canada is another one and the russian federation. I have no idea for the russian federation. So i always want to say hello to those folks just i. It's amazing to me that that pops up on the map but anyway abilities podcast. You can find me on by a facebook page for the this and youtube channel. Poor the practices. Well my twitter home. My social media home has got to be twitter. I think twitter is built for podcasts. In because it's so topical podcasts. And anything that's going on. Let's say there's a debate going on in real time. Then that's amazing. You can actually gauge people's reactions. Not not scientific. But i when i started in in media and all that and there was a debate the call in shows on the on the next morning on the sunday. More on the The radio drive morning shows. That's when everybody was calling in talking about the debate last night. Now you can get it in real time while it's happening and because of that aspect of twitter it's folded very well in the podcasting at billy dis on on twitter. Check me out there. You just have to be nice. It's okay it's okay to disagree with you. And i would love to have anybody. Shoot me a tweet on twitter julie. Absolute joy talking. You're welcome here anytime anytime. Something comes up that you want to talk about or cross promote or anything like that. Make sure you contact. Thank you so much. I really appreciate you. Thank you so much. For taking the time to do this is so much fun. Thank you julie. Thank you very much and thanks to our audience. Thanks for listening to the podcast until next week. I'm really have a great day. Well hello everyone. I am from the self titled billy by guest. You can find me on apple. Podcast stitcher tune in iheartradio and many more of the best podcast networks. Join me for my commentary and interviews. Follow me on twitter. Really defined at billy ds. I am love to have you listening..

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"billy" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

Billy Dees Podcast

08:03 min | 11 months ago

"billy" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

"Can also tweet me. You have to be nice now. You can tweet me though at billy dis on the line with me today. I have comedian. Chris dean how are you. I'm good thanks for having me on and also jen. how are you jen. I'm well thank you. These ladies are the host of a podcast called moms are not funny and we're gonna talk about that But obviously i wanna talk about you guys a little bit. I'll start with you jen. Now you're from canada right. Yeah and christine. You are as well. I know that i've talked to you before. Yes how did you two become associates. We met at craft heads which is a local craft in windsor and they host a weekly stand up night. Oh okay and when we met christine came up to me after my set introduce yourself and then hugged me good right. It was socially acceptable awesome. Yeah so you guys became friends now. You both do stand up. Yeah yeah she does a lot more than i do but yeah okay. Grab anything i can find. Get my hands on. Fortunately like the last couple of months there was a lot more. There were a lot more shows and stuff happening around here. That was out of the norm by wasn't good run now. I'm from ohio. Which is obviously part of the united states. Actually just south of the canadian border. They're obviously lake erie separates us Covert is pretty bad and my neck of the woods and anything involving clubs biens. All that stuff is is pretty much off off the chart for right now. It's just not happening. Is that where it is. Are you guys kind of like howard things where you guys are now. We're there now. We're doing really well in october. Which is why there was like more more comedy nights and stuff like that. I think there was some days where we had zero cases one case three case. He's but now we're in the red zone soon to in lockdown. So i don't leave the house the average nothing now so went from like a whole bunch of different places. We were used to like nothing. So it's like oh here we go. Are you guys movie fans yes. I'm kind of curious if your movie fans you know. Over the years in the nineteen fifties and sixties. Everybody was worried. That tv was gonna make an impact on movies. And they got bigger and the seventies Cable was introduced. It was originally designed to help. People enroll areas get a signal but it became a a method of distribution and as that grew in the seventies and eighties. Everybody said okay. This is the end of movies. Nothing happen Movies got bigger and then with playable media. Vhs you had Blu ray and all these other things movies got bigger even with streaming Movies got bigger. But now you know what sitting in a room with a couple hundred strangers. Maybe a thousand strangers or one of those blockbuster weekend. Openings elbow to elbow with people in a closed room for two hours are those days going to return. Well all start with you christine on that. What's your opinion. I think they will but i just think it'll be a long time like i will. My daughter is a huge movie. Buff like loves going to actual theater. And i feel bad for her because i don't think that will be happening for a long time and i'm really mad because the new wonder woman movie was coming out last summer and i got ripped off of that. I was so i needed. Yes i i was the same way top gun to with and they actually the shot this movie. And i max on the on the real jets and everything and i was all pumped and now jenn. What's your opinion. i think. Definitely it'll come back like. I think you know this new normal won't be permanent. I like everything went back to normal after the spanish flu. Just take some time so It'll be a few years as long as movie. Theaters can survive and if they can't survive than someone new will come in and then they'll be new movie theaters so the experience might change a little. But i mean you know. They're still going to be concerts. There's still going to be music festivals. It's just it just might take a few more years. And now i'm kind of if i was an executive right now for a you be a little concern. Only because it's one thing to overcome the fear which might happen in a few years but people's habits have changed is going to the movies going to be something that you want to do after you haven't done it for several years after you've gotten used to staying at home and much movies at home i'd we'll find out. I mean they some big obstacles before them. We'll be dying to do stuff to be around people and be around strangers event so i think you know it might take a few more years than theaters would like but it's you know we're social creatures by nature or even just start out slower smaller venues than than build up you. It'll be hard for anybody to go back to it. Even the people that were like diehards. It'll be a little different than weird but they don't get. Us probably young to remember. But in the mid seventies is kind of where the blockbuster really started happening summers really at at one time. We're not considered good in hollywood because through outside playing and all these other things But jaws changed everything and then star wars. And and i think if they can bring back that anticipation of a movie. You know waiting outside hoping you can get in and all these other things. That went on with all these blockbusters if they can bring back that excitement that would be if i was in the marketing department. Something i would do. Because i do believe that that that experience with the big screen and everything is is all kind of part of it. You guys have a podcast and this is interesting. The name of the podcast is moms are not funny now. What exactly. i'll start with christine on this one. What is the premise of moms or not funny. Well it actually came from jan. She probably be better to go. Yeah so it's kind replay off of the fact that you know people say women are not funny and then so what's funny than a woman. It's obviously a mom a and then you know we're both moms were. Both comedians and the whole premise of it is to talk to other comedians. About the moms that inspired them in their sense of humor. We interview both Like male and female and people who are moms people who aren't moms or have no kids or no intention of having kids but it's really the moms whether they're their own moms or fictional moms from tv or stand up comedians. That really inspired their sense of humor. In you know how they think about life it just finished shines a light on those. That might not have been seen. Mike where like even if they're not out there like that character is not on the. Tv show is not like the funniest one just the way they you know what i mean like pick by the might not be the funniest. That like mike. God come on rate up so it just shines a light on that. It's pretty cool actually I wasn't keen on the idea. Because i don't have a great relationship with my mom and that played a huge part in this but i'm thankfully jen was like very helpful in helping me see you the direction you're were going to go in and i'm so grateful because we have talked to so many comedians and i've learned so much from each. I've walked away with something.

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Billy Dees Podcast

07:24 min | 11 months ago

"billy" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

"Okay they're probably just barely making a living and they're living probably a very modest lifestyle as many of us are who have any type of a job. It's difficult right now. You know like. I said. I'm i'm in a position where i'm hurting. I know a lot of people are and if you're working a job and you just want to get through the day. Do you really need some wannabe rambo in your face about you telling them to wear a mask and they're going to fight you on it. They're going to go on their own personal maskless crusade. Is this really something that we need to do. And it might be more than that for that retail worker. That retail worker might be in a situation where people are leaning over the counter all of the time making payments asking them questions showing them coupons or whatever they constantly have people breathing in their face and a lot of times. You can feel someone's breath and it has moisture on it. Is it really that hard to walk into a store and put on a mask even if you believe that it's not doing any good if it makes that person's easier not to have to tell you to put one on if it makes that person's job easier not to have particles of moisture flying in their face while they're dealing with the public if it makes et person's job and life easier. Why wouldn't you do it. I don't understand that. There have been times when places in the world including the united states have had to make great sacrifices for things that are going on during world war two. What the what's often referred to as our greatest generation wasn't the people who just went and fought the nazis but the people at home there were so many restrictions on things you could buy and things you could do because all of those resources were badly needed and now alls were asking is when you walk into a public place. Just put a mask on. Is it really a violation of your rights. And i'm not even gonna get into the people who are talking about a sign of the devil and the mark of the beast. And all i i. It's hard for me to believe. And i don't wanna go negative but it's hard for me to believe that we're living in the year twenty twenty and something like mass and vaccinations. Somehow our other get tied into the activities of the devil. This is the year twenty twenty. We brag so much about our technology. We have these smartphones. And we have this other thing and we're still in the we're still in salem massachusetts. Many of us are and terms of the discussions. We have about what we need to do in our society if some people might have some very good legitimate reasons to criticize vaccines. But i haven't heard any yet that involves devil not my opinion but anyway is it really worth it to be confronting people about wearing a mask as the cliche says is this is the hill. You wanna die on wearing a mask in store for a hole fifteen minutes when you buy a bunch of food. It probably isn't that good for you. Probably doing you a lot more harm than anything else while you walk in there to get your junk food. Is it really asking that much to put on a mask. Is this something. Is this what you need to fight about. Is this what you need to champion. It's i'm not sure. I understand that but there are other things in life and in our society that are worth fighting for. There's lots of them. As a matter of fact take your pick being asked to wear a mask. Isn't one of them be kind. We're heading into the holiday season which can often be a time of loneliness for many people. Their families are gone. They've had deaths in the family and now with cova even less interaction at work and at other places. Some of them may be going through very difficult financial times. That's very likely let's be kind. We have enough to deal with. Let's hope that next year brings some sort of relief to covid nineteen. Let's hope that next year brings in some better economics for a lot of us and not how long it takes to get there and it will get better. It will get better but let's make sure that journey to get there is as hassle free as possible. Let's make it as easy as possible. Let's make it easy on each other as much as possible. Let's be good to one another. Let's give each other a break. You know you walk into the store. Somebody has to come up to you and say. Hey you can't command without a mask man just one telugu. Hey have a great day appreciate you. I appreciate you're doing your job during these times. I'll be glad to put a mask on for you have a great day. Imagine what that would mean to here. If you're in that position a wonderful that would be to here instead of some bs about your rights anyway. I'm billy dis. And i certainly hope you enjoyed our podcast today and as always you can tweet me. I'm real easy to find on twitter at billy. Dis and you can also find abilities. Podcast on facebook youtube and other places The majority of our listeners. Come from apple podcasts. And spotify always wanted to say hello to that community as i mentioned at the top of the program communicating with me. Though my social media home i would say pretty much has to be Twitter been on there a long time and facebook..

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"billy" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

Billy Dees Podcast

08:27 min | 11 months ago

"billy" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

"Podcasts spotify iheartradio tune in a stitcher cast box pod chaser and down the line. I always try to mention some of these. Because i don't want to have anyone feel i heard billy dis on player. If am and he's always talking about apple podcasts. Every single listen means the world to us here at the billy dis podcast and It's hard to acknowledge every single one and every single place but we try to make an effort in in general terms just to show our appreciation because the audience means everything here at the podcast Outside of ohio are listens in ohio or fairly strong but outside of ohio mountain view. Calif another place that just continually lights up on the map bad. What's up man view so glad. You're with us and canada. Our friends up in canada. The great white north. Hello from the grand ohio and abilities by guests so glad you're here kind of a short condensed version this week. Coming off of thanksgiving. That's kind of an odd week. And i wanted to as far as everyone's schedule with who were interviewing and stuff. It just seemed that sometime later was better. And i wanted to take this opportunity to talk one on one with you about kindness lenora. I were live last week. And if you didn't catch that if you're again it was a holiday week Try to give that a listen because she has some just wonderful insights and a philosophy about kindness and gratitude. Those things are so important. And i wanted to follow up this week with a one on one only because i've witnessed some things online and off in regard to mass and i'm not going to get to political today and it's a shame that we have to talk about mask in some political fashion That's just so bizarre to me to begin with but it comes back to this thing about kindness. We talk about kindness in such grand terms especially during the holidays. Everything's about love and generosity comes right down to it you know. Someone is trying to pull out in traffic in front of us. And what do we do. We lay on the horn. Give them the finger tapping on the break. A little bit and giving them a little motion. That's too much. We can't do that and to me. That's that's the thing about kindness. It doesn't have to be something of great sacrifice. Although it's it's i if you want to do that and and you can financially do that or or with your time if you have huge chunks of time that you can give to somebody that's but generally it's the everyday things like i just described that can mean so much to somebody and you know there's that old saying that We never know what cross or what burden someone carrying. We never quite know. And in this day and age of cove it so many people are being hit financially. They're being hit with things that they ordinarily did for social interaction. They have to stay home. They they can't go out and maybe they're working from home. Which in an oven by itself isn't so bad but it's just less interaction and depression and other things are and stress. You know i. It's not just a matter of worrying about whether you're going to catch covert or not and here again. I know this is a political issue. In terms of how many people are getting sick. And that's it's not fine. But i'll leave that out of the commentary right now. So many people are in hospitals. And the icu. Getting in ohio That's becoming an issue but even if you're not being directly affected by covert right now. And i certainly hope that. No one is battling kobe In terms of their health but the stress of worrying about it and indeed the peripherals the Financial mucci hit me financially. I'm way down from what i was last year. Because i can't go out and do things So much of my on location stuff has been critique and there's people out there who have it so bad financially people who work in restaurants and other things and the the being alone is so difficult for some people and the stress that all of that brings the bills the the loneliness. It can be a lot for people. I mean when you can't pull out into traffic in some jerk is laying on on their horn and giving you the finger. That's all of a sudden so much worse. i mean. as far as i'm concerned we should all be giving each other a break. Why should we be making things so much more difficult for each other. I just. I don't understand that aspect of it. I i've said it before about kindness. Dozen cost anything you know. Easing up on your break. A little bit Or or you know tapping the brakes a little bit and giving someone a break in traffic. It doesn't cost anything to do that. It doesn't even cost you really any time. It doesn't make a difference in in when you get there even if it does a. Are we really talking about something that you want to inflict hurt onto someone else aggravation onto someone else. When that little break can come at just the right time for somebody and knowing that you can make somebody feel good by giving them a break like that can make you feel so much better. I mean when you blame on the horning give someone the finger i mean i suppose there's some satisfaction that comes from that in certain situations but as a whole does it really make you feel good it. Does it really warm your heart to do that to somebody and see. That's the thing about kindness. Not only does it not cost anything but it takes so much less energy than being hateful than being rude. I mean and it makes you feel so much better. The the the return on investment as they say the aurelie that i get that from a lot of my like my associates. What's the roi on this. The roi unkindness is very good. The return on investment is fantastic. Try it make an effort to do it and when some hateful news comes your way when somebody does get you off our flip you off. Let it go. Maybe they're having a moment. They just found out that their electric turned off. Or maybe you know. The kids are home from school. They're having a hard time balancing kids and going to work. They were in a hurry.

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"billy" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

Billy Dees Podcast

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"billy" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

"Well hello everyone. I am billy dis. And this is the billy dis. Podcast a welcome. I'm absolutely thrilled that you are here with me. Today is dorthy rosbif dorothy. I'm doing very well. How are you crazy. it's crazy time. We're going to talk about that a little bit..

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"billy" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

Billy Dees Podcast

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"billy" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

"Very few county illegal votes easily win. If you count the illegal votes they can try to steal the election from us if you count the votes that came in late. We're looking at them very strongly. A lot of votes came in lake. Hope and i hope it could provide some comfort and solace the two hundred thirty minute. Thousand americans lost a loved. One is terrible virus this year. You are listening to the billy dis. Podcasts all right well hello everyone and welcome to guest. My name is billy dis amidst thrilled. That you are here. This is your first time checking out our show first of all. Welcome absolutely welcome. We love having you here. You can find abilities podcasts. Pretty much anywhere podcasts..

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"billy" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

Billy Dees Podcast

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"billy" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

"When you have large concentrations of populations, they do take on personalities and a lot of times those personalities do not fit what's going around the country and sometimes here again, it's not always for the betterment if if whether it be fossil fuels or anything else in a lot of times the old ways go away hard and if he remains of those population centers adopt those policies progress might be very difficult. So you gotta you gotta be a balance of those things out a little bit speaking of stacking the deck. I don't know if you followed What would happen with the Supreme Court with Amy Coney Barrett? She was nominated and this was kind of controversial because Trump nominated her and this was put to a vote and she was processed very quickly and going back for years ago. 2016, is nominee was that whole thing was just totally thwarted. Yep. And the thing was as well. We can't have a president do this, you know at the end of his term now, the only difference would be was that there's no way Obama was going to be elected again because he he was at the end of two terms. However, my opinion on this he was President until January of the following year. Okay should have pressured and ran the hurricane it through. Yeah, I mean that that was stolen from him and I still kind of get angry about that to this day. I don't feel that that was right. I don't feel What they did to Obama was correct. He was the president until January of that following year no matter what the actual Duty and and and it's his duty and he did it. But now we have this presumably convert could very conservative. And of course the issue about Roe versus Wade is very much an issue. A lot of people are afraid that's going to be in Jeopardy. So now speaking of stacking the deck There's a lot of Democrats talking about packing the court. I personally don't want that to happen because here's the deal. You know, where is it going to end? The court is the Supreme Court is supposed to be some sort of a balancing scale and if it just is every four years. We throw more justices on there to tip the political scales our way then it then it loses its its function. Where does it anyway, I personally don't don't want to have the the the the court stacked. What's your opinion on that? I think we need to reform it. Yeah, not necessarily stack it off. We have nine justices. All right, correct. I say keep the nine justices but only have say for that are appointed during or Democratic and for that are reported or appointed during Republican. Yeah. The administration's and then have the Chief Justice in the middle would be you know, the most senior one and had term limits. Yeah..

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"billy" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

Billy Dees Podcast

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"billy" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

"Throw up that it's crazy. So. After year, they did the operation again. At that point I didn't hear I couldn't hear it on my left ear at all because the bone you need the bone conduct sound. So, I'll meanwhile radio I lost Specimen Ajay those left ear I'm totally death. So they tried to put the bomb back in again that did not work. So I had. So I'm totally deaf in my left ear. And Yeah so I was able to throw up again pretty soon after that they able to say or now. And At the say but biggest trigger to stop throwing up. was that I wanted to have babies to save me and I, say, this I love my kids like no other. But my kids saved my life because I knew that if I was pregnant or breastfeeding that I wasn't gonNA throw up. So that's what happened I I couldn't have kids I have infertility problems and anybody in the medical field longer stand this. I have one to one over on opposite sides. which the ability specialist found out after a year had major surgery to figure it all out because that's the Big Ben is cut you. And the doctor said, it would be Miracle V fragment miracles happen. So five babies later I had been five in that. That's what started the path to recovery for me. I was not recovered billy I mean in my head. I was I was recovered from under `Limiano but not in my head I was still dealing with. This trauma from my abuse I never spoke about it. And it was after the third baby. I was about thirty four a little younger than thirty five. I don't know what triggered it, but I. Had Flashbacks I had all the stuff that came with abuse and. I. Went forward to. The archdioceses. With my husband. And it was past the statute of limitations I tried to do something. They took him out of the priesthood right away. But what they offered. Me was counseling that. Was it. So I didn't ask for money. I didn't ask for. Anything? Just wanted him out of there and I did go to the police they couldn't do anything. There is a report there I mean it's did go. But they gave me like fifteen years of counseling I. Don't Know How many years I went to a wonderful lady and that's another thing I want to tell your listeners fine the therapists that you're going to connect with and that you will find that. Peace with because, it might take a while to find the right therapists. That you find that comfort with makes a big difference I. think we all need therapists everybody even therapists need therapists. Yes. So I went to her from I don't know maybe twelve years a long time. and. That's when I started with my road of recovery, and then the rest is food and yoga experts all that stuff. So I think I went off chocolate bit. That was going to be where I was going to lead into is. How you reached out for help and it sounds like it was initially counseling is that correct and then you kind of put the pieces together from there. Yeah went to she. Actually she has a sister who passed away, but she was a sister of charity. And I just loved her I just connected with our and. From there was able to tell my parents What happened? And my mom. Was Devastated was you know sobbing and I gave him all the money from the funeral. Gave Him this Golden Chalice that we had from the funeral that I can't believe this and then out was the extent of that never talked about it again, my dad never said anything to me. So hurt so bad but I know now my dad had a lot of abuse in his life..

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"billy" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

Billy Dees Podcast

06:38 min | 1 year ago

"billy" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

"Like come back anytime to do it I just never. Never went back up to do it. It's an interesting experience I did it for a while and Jay, I'll tell you. A dry audition is really weird. I don't know if. You go into these clubs in this area. Let's hear some of your material and you go up on the stage and there's nobody in the room. There's like maybe. The manager maybe the club honor and somebody else sitting there and that's it. And you're you're in this dead silence and you go up there and you start doing your material and nobody laughs you know. Okay that's funny. We'll see you here tonight it's it's just really It's really strange. But once you once you get past that. It can be a really rewarding experience. I would encourage you to do it. It's It's a little different than being funny socially a lot of times people who are funny. Don't make the best comedians. I've heard that. Offensive? You know you should do it. Don't do it for that. Smoke at what you'RE GONNA suck. Yeah and going up there and setting up a joke and all that takes practice. and. You have to find an angle you know and. It's it's a lot harder than if you have a tough crowd, it's even worse. I worked a couple of nights where I I don't like hecklers and I've had pros tell me that sometimes a heckler can save your night. Now. You seem like they kind of guy that would handle a heckler. Well, you could probably chop split up. I love that that would be. Talk. Radio did you did you you like one of the morning zoo guys that was was that your function? Did. With, The guy, the guy that show he brought me on something I, did you know segments and skits and all that one? Yeah. Man Yeah. I did I did that and I was always a fan of looking power. A show. All right. Oh well, that's cool. Rob. You guys have a fantastic show now where exactly can people find your show that want to check it out? On on whatever search of and slam, you could just Google or on spotify. Stitcher all that good stuff. He'd be. We put up individual interviews and like skits and you use a search on anything. Robin Robinson show. Now, you're at robins slim show on twitter. Any other social media that you're on. Facebook is Robin Slam What is it on? Instagram I think it's Robin Flim. Let me see bringing a right now just robin for him and take. A. Yes. Also just robbins guys run TIKTOK now, I want to ask you about that first of all twitter. Don't WANNA get political but there's absolutely no question everybody that I've talked to. That's been on twitter any length of time. Agrees that after two thousand, sixteen, the what's the word I'm looking for the atmosphere the feeling on twitter changed. Used to be honest. I avoided now for the most part Muslim booking guests or tweeting Michelle, I don't even go on there. Yeah. So I take it, you've encountered some negativity. Or that and also yeah, it's like it's like that and. It's not fun anymore. They used to be funny jags all the time to like riff on and come up with stop. I don't even remember the last time I've even done. Financial eggs. Yeah. Yeah. And that's a shame because it was a fun platform and that's true of all social media. Now it's been. Everything is so polarized. Now you can't say the sky is blue without pissed somebody off. And that's a shame to house. Hell is Tiktok work for you because and I find this curious because I've heard mixed things about how it works for. podcasters. I've had some tell me. It's great. And I've had other ones tell me not so much. Hull has it been for you? I just like there was a lower. twitter and facebook. I don't need any more social media because I've this is like a lot of my life. And I. Just started on Instagram just every slimmed as a segment where he does the Carter called the drizzle and he reads strongly. So I just a little clip from that and and. Use. On Air. So that's A likes and and. It's been defense nothing like. It's Ok Cool. All right. We have been talking to rob and he is one half of the RUB and slim show here. Again, to find this show, you can just google it. It's on pretty much all of the major broadcasting networks. You can find him on twitter at Rob and slim show rob it's been great having you and I know you're you're gearing up for the twenty twenty fall season and I wish you much success my friend. Your agree. Awesome thank you. Once again, I am Billy Dean and you can find me on twitter at Billy Dis and just started this ut thing I for whatever reason I've just been too busy last couple of years to maintain too many things just rob alluded to fame on youtube now. Just started a facebook page you can find these podcasts, all those places but here again, all our heavy listens come from apple podcasts spotify and those two primarily and a couple of others tune in and iheartradio on down the line. I. Am Billy Dis. Thank you very much for listening and we'll talk to you again next week. Well hello everyone. I am DIS from the self titled Billy Dis podcast. You can find me on apple podcasts stitcher tune in iheartradio and many more of the best podcast networks. Join me for my commentary and interviews. Follow me on twitter release defined at Billy Ds. I am billy dis. Love to have you listening..

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"billy" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

Billy Dees Podcast

07:07 min | 1 year ago

"billy" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

"So you can find on apple podcasts, a spotify iheartradio you on down the line and anywhere else you find us. Let me know because That's pretty cool and you can tweet me real easy to find on twitter at billy dee you on the phone with me today I have rob from the Robin. Slim show what's going on Man Much therefore, mclovin. Eight covert Paradise That's interesting. I'm GonNa ask you about that because it has impacted what we do podcasting and stuff it. Sure. Yes. You can find Robin Slim. Now, they are the rob and slim show on twitter. So it's just at Robin Slim show and they participate in a Hashtag that I often participate in and that is Hashtag pattern family. What that is if you are a podcasters that's great. But even if you are a fan of podcasting, do check out that Hashtag pattern family, you have a lot of really great podcasters on their sharing each other's episode sodas and interacting with each other promoting each other, and if if you are a fan podcasting and I know you are. You can get some really great ideas for different shows. Some new stuff, some new genres do check it out. That is the Hashtag Potter family. Right Rob. Well, let's start with you what part of the world are you located in? New. Jersey. The bottom right about whether right on the shore gave you been there your whole life or Now with the about ten minutes from New, York City but in the nineties, my family decided to move down here. A lot more affordable housing. Yeah we're going see that. Here, in Ohio my my wife and I have been kicking around the idea of getting a new place and right now in Ohio. What's like nationwide but it's It's a seller's dream if you're selling. You know you're great. But if you're buying everything goes as soon as it lists, it's gone. and. People are actually paying more than what the asking price is. That's what Yeah I. Like amazing. It's amazing common where people just like crazy for home yeah. It's absolutely insane. You are lucky like you said, your your New Jersey New Jersey Guy. What about your partner slim? What is that referred to him as is that what you call them on the show y'All because. He's he grew up down here. So he's he's always been down here. Okay. You guys. When you how'd you guys partner up? Did you guys just happened to be like? Hobbyists or you guys both had the same interest? How did that? How did that happen? I'm all years ago back in I guess the late nineties early, two thousands I worked in radio and got fired and gotta you get back in, but it's not a great paying industry. So I never got back into it and then once podcasting started i. was trying to climb somebody do something everyone said they were down nobody ever came through on one day Worked with him and he just he was like me and my cousin are trying to podcasting. If you WANNA get onboard because I had heard me talking to another front at some points and I was like, yeah, let's let's try it out and we do it and we've been going ever since I think we're starting our seventh year in a week or two now. That is fantastic seven. That's a long haul for this. That is. That's a long. Now, you guys do the seasons. So you're starting your new season in September for twenty twenty in the fall season. And With that being said, how would you describe your show because I notice a lot of time you have guests on air and sometimes it's a pretty conservative con- conversation, and then there's other times when you guys are just roll man. So. How how would you describe your shell because you guys it seems like and I'm going to ask you about this too. It seems like you're you're naturally funny guy. So how would you describe your show? It is It's I always describe it nobody that. Before, I was like an hour and a half of like Doug Humor skids and like news and all that, and then we followed up a twelve hour interviews with actors Comedians, etc. Yeah. You you've had some really prominent entertainment folks. So that's really cool. Now, were you always the class clown? Were you one of those guys that always had something for me to say or? And I remember senior. Class clown and my friend Danny was so mad because he was always always a funny kid when we were younger and the time like senior year old around everybody everyone knew how I was and I got it and he was so mad he was so mad at me. Yeah. What is you had mentioned Kovin down there in your part of the world in new. Jersey what's happening there are people wearing masks or people's afraid well, it's kind of combination I know in New York got really bad there for a while. Yeah I think we've handled it pretty well I'm pretty sure you know there's a lower at this point where other states are shooting up. It's mandatory to go any any supplement the after the mask I've seen people you know. Trying not to I I've actually seen where. People are quoting. We're going to send it to the governor what I've seen. A lot of fights break out people are just. Ever since it started that people are just the worst I feel like it brings out the worst and then they're all miserable and nasty to deal with But I don't know hopefully were getting. Those, but I see the numbers all the time, and that's how for the world pretty staggering though I don't know what's going on in the states. Will you know it's interesting because I've said this before I got friends that are like at the top of the food chain in terms of intelligence these these are guys that are really smart. You know some of them are doctors and so on, and then I got other friends that you know being smart just was never at the top of their lists nothing against them. They're great guys but they didn't care that much about information, but instantly they become on the same plane. When they're talking about these masks I, mean we get on the in these fights on facebook and all this stuff and it's And it's the most juvenile stuff I don't what it is about these mess. That brings out. Dumb I. I. I feel like I've gotten dumber since learning it just in my regular everyday work and all I I find myself making so.

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"billy" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

Billy Dees Podcast

06:47 min | 1 year ago

"billy" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

"Say is from from my point of view I talk about something. I'm going where the evidence leads me. the science is kind of a study of of how whereas God is kind of like the theological study kind of the study of why so one gives it meaning. The other woman gives it a structure in which the meaning can be taken from. Now I'm not a religious person either. I'm not I'm not huge on really any religion. I don't care what people believe in. It doesn't effect my life much until it does. So when you start pushing your morality on others that is when. I started to have a problem with. You can believe whatever crazy. Thank you want. I don't care but and that's I'm not necessarily. I would stop short of calling myself an atheist but I I can tell you that the word atheist has has has turned into something very ugly now because of these activists so yeah religion I mean I would hit. Yeah it's become a 'cause it has become a cause and it was never meant that when we talk about the separation of church and state and things like that we're referring to what you were alluding to about you know religious beliefs being incorporated into legislature. That's what the meaning of it was. And these atheists have into something where a second grader can't have a Christmas manger on any. Where near the did this was about or a across on on. Church cast a shadow on public parking. Lots right I was one of those head use a long time ago and accents smelled out and I mean nowadays. I kind of looked like every honor pay. Facebook will have a memory pop up and I look at it like Oh God what the hell was i? Now what's wrong with the so over the years? I've mellowed out. Live and let live. But you know people and that's the thing like a lot of you change over the years you know you're not gonNA remain the same person lease most people. Don't some people do? It's cringing? Yeah I like I said I. I believe the atheist movement has become something very ugly protesting the cross at nine eleven. The two beams that intersected. This is what separation of church and state was all about all right so with that being said let's just say that As far as today's program is concerned in regard to UFO's. And the possibility of of I. Would I would be very excited to find conclusive evidence that would be one of the defining moments in human history and this evidence of that was just released by the Pentagon is very intriguing It's very impressive. But it's not conclusive. I walk the pilots reaction. Yeah actually you didn't hear it. That was before you came in but I played a little bit of that at the beginning of the program so Absolutely impressive you know. This is something that we should keep an open mind to. We definitely want more evidence around this type of thing. I mean evidence not just as to it being an actual from space but evidence as to what this might be is is something that's falling is something that has is a hazard to our airplanes. Know that the space junk that's out there is a big hazard to astronauts is. You're talking about something that's you know. No bigger than a ballpoint pen or something like that. Who Go right through you. Oh Yeah it's through the spaceship and everything else will space travel in average of forty thousand miles an hour orbiting the earth. I mean it said that could go through like galvanized steel going that fast. So I mean this is something that we want to You know we want to pursue all the evidence no matter where it takes. Doesn't I can't say that enough. You go where evidence leads you not necessarily to what you would think would be more entertaining or give more purpose to your life where logic goes goes wear. The evidence is pointing you. So I I all. I can say about these. These most recent Ufo's subjects and oddly enough with all the trump stuff and with the Kobe. Nineteen and all these other times. What would ordinarily be a pretty big story. Right is not being covered very treating ask if you thought it was weird that this wasn't covered as much as you be because I am a huge lake conspiracy theory like Ufo Nail Watcher Spe. I love reading about space and everything like that and this completely missed when you email it was the first. I'd ever about it which I thought was weird because I'm on the Internet about twenty five hours a day. Yeah I wonder why it didn't get a bigger press coverage it. Yeah I was wondering how I missed it too. Ause like wow yeah. That's that's interesting But I guess you are right. What's going on? It's probably got buried a little bit because it's not Athens. Not Dying bleeding. You know so. People DON'T CARE. I guess when an alien kids opera space shoot someone in the head the talent square. That's when people care but you know I guess until then it's just not happening. I guess well anyway. That's pretty much going to do it for our conversation today. Always a great to have a Jack sitting in with me on some of these discussions and we have in back from time to time. If you have any ideas or anything that you would like to tweet me regarding what you've heard today on the subject of Ufo's or anything else you can do. So you can find me on twitter at billy dis very easy to find on twitter and I don't know where you're listening to. This has come to my knowledge at this program has been picked up on a couple of different networks. So if you happen to have just run across this just to let you know you can find the billy dis podcast on itunes apple podcasts. Spotify iheartradio those are the three ones where most of my listeners command. But I'm also on tune in stitcher layer. Fm ON DOWN The list. So make sure you search out the billy by guests Jack Casey. You're on twitter now. Casey eighty five forty to go ahead and have a whole post posted. Still I listen. I've been busy early. Mesler twitter a whole lot since last time we talked. But if you do have a question you won't ask me or any of that. Go ahead and asking. I'll get I'll get to the soon as I can. So he absolutely and if you have any complaints sending the Jag just are loving on the Internet. It's makes me laugh seriously. We always welcome different opinions. We don't engage in arguing our hatred at least idle and so any mean-spirited stuff. That's directed my way. I just ignore but anyway. Thank you very much Jack forth you to our listeners until next time BILLY DIS. And we'll be talking again very soon..

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"billy" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

Billy Dees Podcast

10:22 min | 1 year ago

"billy" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

"Warm and then being in the right area I mean so these billions of planets that are in that zone. I mean how many of them have a moon that could do that. That doesn't completely disrupt this. And then you get to you know changes in tectonics or how long it took for the earth. Cool down enough for these cells the exist. I mean it could be that the never cooled down. Maybe another object hit knocked the sun and that's true for the many billions of planets out there and we're talking billions of billy sure that are supposedly earth-like And so the begs the question. Are we beyond the great filter? Like how many civilizations have made it. You know to our level or beyond haven't either destroyed themselves or taken out by another state Predator race that was Watching there's other theories of maybe we're just Kinda sue like the aliens you know out. There are observing us but have some kind of no contact order kind of like we do with some of those tribes contacted your honor. You know that goes goes and the the possibility is maybe we met one of baby say ten races and the entire galaxy. They've made it or maybe in the entire universe but I find it hard to believe that all life were the only life out there especially since they found evidence of cell building What do they call amulets or something like that? They found evidence those on comets and on rocks that. Wait a minute. There's a lot of theories that suggested life might have started on earth because it came here On on some sort of a meteorite or something like that so yeah I mean I. I believe that's all legitimate science and I believe that is worth exploring but it's so easy for people to take that next step and start well. The government knows about it and one of the things that I always say I mean I. I know that there's theories that were just being observed and all that but when it comes to these visitations in these abductions and everything they seem to be very much around the same type of story line as an encounter with a ghost right. It's always late at night. It's always up in your attic. It's always it's never you know out on the beach with thousands of people look here. Here's my great-grandfather where everybody can see it. Mary Jane Roe Always alone when the aliens came down. Swooping them up you know like nobody is not a soul for miles and so that's where those things start. Start to wear a little thin and you can. What if this death and you can do that with any belief whether it's a belief in astrology. Whether it's a belief in your spirituality you're on down the line you can. What if this death and speaking from the standpoint of being a skeptic in that I want some evidence for I can't answer every what if your imagination can conjure up. You just can't do it so that's one of the things that I'm always very. Cautious will win when I tell people just speak. I don't want to deny your personal truth if you had some sort of a thing. Fly over you late at night or if you've had a ghost in your attic or and I had a family When I was young most of them are dead now but I grew up with a lot of old timers that when they got together and got the drink and they all started sharing the ghost stories. Now there's a reason why that light in the attic is always coming on by itself. All her and those stories are very entertaining. Korea they're nothing. They're nothing intrigues me. Like a good ghost story. Well that's why they're following go out either. Xining the same thing with You know how Qatar religion and all that developed you know yet. A lot of people in mythology in general even way before Christianity emerged. I got a bunch of people who had no phone. No Internet not really advanced. Who needed to do something to entertain themselves. So that's how the store or the stars got stories. That's how like you know the different Messiahs that have come up throughout history of gun stories. People need to be entertained or you know. That's that's what makes us humid. I mean just a of people running around in loincloths gathering berries. I mean that's that's not really a lot of intelligence. I guess I would say the same kind of goes to lead really show. Have you seen that ancient alien show? I've tried to get through it some of it. Sometimes it starts getting a little far out there for me but go ahead. I haven't seen it as funny because a lot of that stuff. They always say that you know early. Mankind How do assisted by aliens or do in always point to like these ancient paintings and stuff like that like fireballs the sky and everything and to me it caught a boils down to the same thing you had all these like these ancient societies that needed to Kinda create amid structure and everything as a form of entertainment like we do with the NBA TV today and so Of course you know something. Fantastical like a alien fight. The Sky or God coming down is going to be is going to be something that is passed and who knows how much it's been bastardized been passed down for mouth to mouth because a lot of prerecorded is. Biz oral traditions. I look at Native Americans in their skin walkers and things like that I mean. Perhaps there was a deranged. Human that were other people skin. At one point you know murder tribes and things like that. I absolutely that could be possible. But you know it's as it becomes the game of telephone it. The story mutates certainly stealing your show. Say stuff like you know all this wouldn't have been possible without aliens but it turns out that a lot of our Lino. Ancient societies are actually very intelligent. I feel like it down. Plays a lot of the intelligence of these. I mean you're looking at these. Societies had nothing to do but move rocks are out. Of course they're gonNA find new and inventive ways to do it. It's like prisoners making shanks and prison out. You Dental floss toilet paper. You know enough mind Senate inventive and I think a lot of these shows when they try pushes conspiracy discount that a lot and that's one thing that kinda bothers me about absolutely. They were very advanced. I have a relative WHO's Egyptian Obviously relative by marriage and he's been in the family a long time. He's a doctor and You know obviously a pretty smart guy and I've had some conversations with him and I speculate. I don't know this to be true but you know he often says that there isn't a whole lot of mystery around the Pyramids Most Egyptologists know how they were built and I sometimes wonder if there's some board of tourism somewhere some portions of these stories. Just make the stories that much more intriguing you from a marketing standpoint. So Roy by all the books and by although whatever else come out and check out the pyramid I personally would love to go check out. The Pyramids Nia end because of the fact that his family is still out there. He's made it clear to me that we could always go and stay with him and his family right and I would feel a lot more comfortable being with a with a native as opposed to a you know with someone who's GonNa fall into all the tourist traps so yeah. I would definitely do that. He did tell me though that the Valley of the Kings is hot. Even for people that live there. You don't WanNa be there in the middle of summer because it is like on a side note guys sitting around at office going. Oh Man. Tourist numbers are down What can we do about this Ahmad? The other guy goes. Oh Hey Let's take an autograph. Pretend that the Pyramids are all a giant supercomputer from ancient times. Bam Up fifty percent. Exactly sure theory out there Is that the pyramid wither. Place with some of the other stuff is the emulates like a modern circuit board. But if you really kind of look at the dinner mangles perspective. It's like a lot of the other ancient structures which is to track stars the track seasons and stuff like that. It's you know a landing speaking of religion. I have to run this past you okay. I ran across video. I've been knowing that we were going to do this. Podcast I wanted to get some different things to talk talk about and I ran across this video. I'm this young man and what he said was. Is that aliens are actually fallen. Angels Okay and he also said that about some of the other gods that other religions have their actually fallen got the you know fallen angels and there was a time at win. These fallen angels lusted. Of course that's that's the big one of the big that we all do is loss women lusted you know for people or against loss of Saxony To think about it a lot though. L. I know so anyway. These fallen angels lusted after human female form they made with them. And what would? The result was was giants. So when you hear about some of the quote unquote miss as he said about giants. Those were actually true. And these giants helped built some the superstructures of the ancient world. That's creative okay. Know and all Esley their citations in the Bible that he has that point to all of this and when the Anti Christ comes it's going to be disguised as an alien invasion so anyway Know some of these are pretty pretty entertaining. I'm sure there's somebody out there going nobil. That's absolutely true. That's right in the Bible. Okay I got see all right so anyway it's It's one of those things where here again when it comes to conjecture when it comes to these. What if there's no end to what you can come up with and correct me if I'm wrong? I know I'm not wrong. But he you can speak on this trying to argue the standpoint of a logical.

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"billy" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

Billy Dees Podcast

11:37 min | 1 year ago

"billy" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

"That's awesome. I know that I'm trying to if I had some. I met a few in Ohio. Okay I don't know that I've I've met somebody out of state and interestingly one of the accounts that I have For doing production work. I connected to on twitter. I've been doing work for her for almost ten years and I still to. This Day have never met her. So yeah it's it's it's amazing. How the how. The world works in that regard. Now if you were going to give advice I if somebody came. Let's say they are. And before that you WanNa talk about your your books the interviews you do with others and stuff and that kind of leads me into this because when you do marketing for authors now one of the things that they almost always tell you is to get a twitter account started Because anything involving music. Which is you know here again with downloads. Now it's not like you have to be at a record store. You can access that material anywhere in the world and same with books now You can either order a book on Amazon or obviously there's the electronic versions so it's so easy when it comes to content To make that available and twitter has an instant reach. It really does. What would be your advice? Let's say to somebody who has something going on? They have a new album coming out or they have a new book coming out and you tell them what you really should get involved with the writing community on twitter. So start a twitter account. What would be your best advice to have a good experience To have a good experience well I think it's changed for me going back to your original thing of how it's changed. I mean I used to if somebody wanted to connect with me. I would connect with them. No big deal I think now. Actually I do a little more betting so I won't just follow people because they're following me okay Yeah Yeah because what I find happens is a follow them back in the next thing you know? I get a DM. Hey how you doing buddy. Well first of all not your body you know and or they start immediately pitching something immediately immediately. It's like wow. That barely went through. And I'm already getting a pitch so I think I would say don't be afraid to not follow people back honestly. I know that sounds Kinda counterproductive. If you're trying to build a business get you. Yeah but to me you want to surround yourself with the people that are your people the people that you want to surround yourself not people that potentially are going to bring you down in some way I would say. Don't be afraid to follow honestly if you've been following somebody in suddenly they start saying things. Because I found those accounts as well. You'll have these wonderful sayings and quotes and then all of a sudden two weeks later. It's things that I go. Oh my gosh. I can't believe they just posted that but it was kind of like a bait and switch situation so I've found Matt as well so I'd say don't be afraid to follow. Also I think this is probably maybe the most important remember that Short tweets are public. That's true forever. Yeah and forever. Everybody mistakes I've made mistakes absolutely but some of the things that I've seen people post on twitter. I'm just SORTA cringing and all died. I don't know if they want that to be there. So you know I think before you event yeah. Well what I've noticed too is I understand there's advocacy for certain health conditions. And things like that but it does seem like there was a time. I'm old enough to remember when your your medical records for example where something that you were very private and now it seems people put them right in their bio. They have a whole list of of medical ailments right in there and it seems like they share so much stuff that you know. Twenty years ago you wouldn't have dreamt of of of putting out there in such a four word way. Is that just me or no? I think I one hundred percent agree. I mean there's over share culture and then going back to what you were saying about artists then versus artists. Now you know. People are so hungry for information about their favorite artists. Their favorite actor their favorite writer. And I get it. I I used to retain beat you know everything but that was controlled. Right yes twitter and other social media platforms. Just don't seem to be controlled at all and like I said once you put it out there it's out there I just think that people need to really really stop and think before they tweet. Yeah lutely absolutely. That's great advice. Some great insights here with you. Jay BEF- before we go towards the end of the interview. I want to talk just a little. Bit about your. Your book reviews. This is this. Something you've just started. Recently or your. I guess it started a six to eight months ago and that started Interestingly enough Andy Rouse writer and I was approached by somebody who was Promoting his book and that book at the time what he's written a million bucks but this book was bloody sheets which is okay story about the cake a book. I actually never would have picked up to tell you the truth but they approached me asked me if I would be willing to read it and review it my policy around that is. I don't like to put negative things out so if I read the book and I don't really like it. I'm not going to review it. That's just the way it is. I read this book. It's like nothing I'd ever read read before it was a hard book to read Not It wasn't over my head. It's just the concept was like. Oh this difficult but I loved it. I loved Andy's writing style so I agree to do it but then I thought I want to take this a step further and so the idea for doing audio video book review or I just use the cover of the book and I always get permission and put it up on. Youtube was born. I don't know where that idea came from it just And then I was like well. There's so many other books that I love you know and other writers so I started doing them to tie Jackson. He's a children's book author but he's one of my friends from back in Massachusetts. We've been friends forever. I've done interviews with him before I decided. Let me do his books. Also I wanted to do the interviews. I want to get back into interviewing again something I used to do in the past so I decided you know what? Let's let's do authors. Why not? I mean I think Thai was the first author I had ever interviewed back out. Under how many years ago this was. Maybe it could have been eight years ago. I don't remember now and I just want to get back into it and I decided. Let's let's do it now. I've interviewed a lot of authors and The to me. The ones who are most interesting are the ones who tell personal stories. I just interviewed. Aalborg here of about a month or two ago and she wrote a book about her mother's memoirs from the Spanish Civil War. Quite frankly I did not know that much about the Spanish civil war okay and and to hear her story What happened In Spain during that time and then her life as an immigrant coming to this country It really there are a lot of things that touched on. What's happening today? A lot of the things you hear about refugees and a lot of the other things so it was an interesting parallel and to hear from somebody who actually experienced. It was very interesting. I find those kinds of personal journeys just absolutely fascinating the ass so absolutely athlete and there's so many books so many authors and they're wonderful and I just I just want them to get some exposure. I guess point. Yeah well I gotTa Tell You you are An Amazing I. I'm I'm just enjoyed listening to you. Have this This great voice. You know you have this confidence in in what you're doing and you're obviously a IQ creative person you it's you you can feel the creativity and the passion for what you do. Where can people find out more about you? What what exactly is your twitter screen again. It's tuned talks so just T. U. N. E. Talks T. A. L. K. 's Okay and do you have any other social media website or anything like that you WANNA mention before we go Well I mean people can find all of my work on Youtube Under my name and There's always linked in as well if you want to connect their honor. Johnson's You know I have. I have a couple of websites. However they are very much outdated and revamped and all that good stuff so and there's nothing updated on there so that doesn't even make sense to do that at all. Yeah and that's it I think. Yeah Okay Well Ginny. I wanted to again. Thank you so much. For for being on the PODCAST. I really appreciate it. I'll spare the audience the details but with this we had a while. Getting this schedule We both had some things happen with scheduling and some other things. We finally got it together and and so glad to have had you on the podcast. Once again we have been talking to Janai. Didn't and she is on twitter at tune talks. Do check her out. She has some great interviews and some things going on very worthwhile to just to hop on twitter. Say Hello to J. Tweeter whatever follower. Thank you very much for being on the program today. Thank you for having me billy. I'm glad we finally we've finally got this to work. Yes yes mission accomplished right. It should have been. We had some technical. Just let the audience that we had some technical issues prior to getting this on so we finally got it together. I'm very happy now. If you want to follow me for those of you who are listening you can follow me very easily at Billy Dis. You can pretty much find me on all the social media platforms at Billy Ds. I really have not been that creative with the screen name. So really defined as you can find these podcasts. On most of the major podcasting Clark forms including Apple podcasts. Spotify stitcher Iheartradio those once again. I am billy dis. Thanks to John and thanks to our audience for listening to our guest.

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