Meet me halfway girl we can do this thing for the longest

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meet me halfway girl we can do this thing for the longest

I have been longing for I'll be real with you, just be real with me And I will love you eternally Just meet me halfway girl We can do this thing for the longest I'll be . I'll be real with you just be real with me. And I will love you eternally. Just meet me halfway girl. We can do this thing for the longest. I'll be loving on you for the. SEASON ONE 12 full episodes. Listen here or subscribe on iTunes.

Delancey St was the Yiddish Broadway. Is that the Lower East Side? Okay, and how did you break into show business? I was a Professional Amateur. That's right, in orthe theaters would drum up a lot of business by running amateur contests with local talent, and there was a first prize, a second prize, and a third prize.

Now there was many neighborhoods where there was no local talent, so there were booking agents who would send you down professional amateurs. They were professional, they would be paid three dollars per performance. If they won, they would have to refund the winning to the management. Yeh they never kept the winnings, but the audience didn't know that they were professionals.

A couple of times I won. Most of the times I lost, and it was a good beginning, a good training ground for us fellows. What kind of entertainment did you do? I played with the ukulele, and my favorite song was, "When the black, black robin comes bob,bob,bobbing along.

So you did the pop songs of the day then, in the 's.

meet me halfway girl we can do this thing for the longest

None of my own. But then you did start writing your own songs pretty quickly, didn't you. Yes, then when the jukeboxes I wrote beautiful songs, ballads, the nicest songs you ever heard in your life, but I couldn't do a thing with them!

S-8ighty - Halfway (Remix) (Feat Lil Wayne) Lyrics

When the jukeboxes came out, one of the executives from RCA tipped me off, he told me that the jukeboxes would play, you know, songs, spicy songs One day I forgot my suspenders And took my girl out to a dance While dancing I heard someone holler, Hey! Mister, you're losing your Sweet vi-o-lets I once took a shave and a haircut, The barber was drunk, goodness knows He took out a big brand-new razor And he cut off the tip of my Sweet vi-o-lets Unlike most of Benny's recordings, which for the most part were done by trios or other small combos, this one featured a big band with horns and woodwinds, etc.

Ah, that's a hot one. Benny Bell, singing "Sweet Violets", his own song, and he's right here with us. So did you do a lot of performing on stage after you graduated from the "professional amateur" ranks? Very little on the live stage, but a good deal on the "Borscht Circuit". Tell me about the "Borscht Circuit". What is the "Borscht Circuit"?

A lot of people here may not really know what that is.

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They are hotels in the Catskill Mountains. Kind of the resort area And so you'd go out and perform there in the resort, what: Sometimes I would do that. Most of the times, my wife would have a little bungalow on the outskirts, and I would visit her, and I would entertain in the big hotels, and they would pay me with a good dinner on Sunday. Were you singing your "spicy songs"? Mainly in the Yiddish language? For the popular songs, they had very very good vocalists.

Popular vocalists, recording stars. I understand that quite a lot of famous performers kind of got their start in the "Borscht Circuit". Did you run into any of them, back in the '30's? They would play the Concord, and all the big hotels; I used to play the cockemaimeshe hotels. So you did a lot of performing in Yiddish then, eh?

Oh yeh, a good deal of that.

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Okay, I just happen to have here a recording of you singing Yiddish. I've never played one of these on the show, but lemme play just a little bit, so people can hear what you sound like. In the early stages you'll want to get a close range and mid range weapon ASAP ideally a shotgun and an assault rifle — this will give you at least a half-decent chance against opponents both indoors and outdoors. Oh, and a quick word on ammo.

At the start of the game, ammo boxes are your friend. You'll find them stashed away in random places beneath staircases; on shelves in barns and they're always worth opening. Later on in the game, you'll need those bullets. Don't neglect those building materials, either. Wood, bricks, and metal might not be as exciting as snipers and rocket launchers, but they're arguably even more useful.

You'll need plenty of wood to scale mountains and buildings while you're travelling around the map, and bricks and metal will come in super handy later on in the game when it comes to fighting and fort-building more on that later, though. Obviously you'll find piles of them scattered around the map and in chests, but you should also manually gather extra by swinging your pickaxe at any stray rocks or cars you happen to jog past on your travels.

As a general rule of thumb I tend to aim for around of each material by the time the storm's closed in for the first time. It isn't always possible, of course, but if you're not being hounded by enemies you can gather stuff up pretty quickly while you're running to the first safe zone. Don't forget to use the landscape for your advantage.

Trees, rocks, buildings — all of these things are your friend. The edge of the island is also your friend, because if you're sticking close to it you can only be approached on three sides. Even the storm can be used to your advantage. Once it's closed in, if you stick close to one of its crackly blue edges it'll reduce the chances of an enemy sneaking up on you while your back is turned.

Oh, and obviously there are bushes. Nowadays you can get a bush potion that gives you a portable disguise, but if you don't happen to have one of those handy then a normal, stationery bush will also do the job nicely.

If you need to heal yourself, hide or sneak up on someone, sinking into a crouch and manoeuvring into the centre of a bush is almost like putting on an invisibility cloak. You won't be able to see out too well when you aim, but if you stay still you'll be incredibly hard to spot. Don't run from every battle. It is possible to win a game of Fortnite without firing a single bullet, but it's also extremely unlikely.

And while running and hiding are all very well and good, every now and then it'll be in your best interests to take an enemy out. If someone goes jogging past you, completely oblivious, and you have a clear shot on them? If you watch one person take out another player, then they stop to heal or pick up the dropped loot?

meet me halfway girl we can do this thing for the longest

In the mid game, any enemy you can take out with minimal risk to yourself is worth going after for their loot. They may have a stronger gun than you, after all, and you don't want to enter the end game with nothing but grey weapons. It's also one less person you'll have to worry about later on.

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But don't get into unnecessary fights, either. If they see someone, they go after them, pretty much without exception. If you're in it for the win rather than the number of kills, though, this might not be your best tactic. These YouTubers are all ridiculously good at fighting, for one thing they play most days, so they're well-practicedand — more importantly — they play aggressively for a reason: The point is, just because you see someone, doesn't mean you need to attack them. If you're in a bad position, or you're low on ammo, or you're worried enemies might be behind you and you don't want to give your position away, then you might be better off just holding your fire.

Don't use the wrong weapon. The assault rifle may be one of the most versatile weapons in the game — if I could only have one type of gun, it'd definitely be that — but it's not the only weapon. If you don't want to get demolished by your foes, you need to get used to using different weapons depending on the situation.