35 Burst results for "Adam Corolla"
Khloé Kardashian Scrambling To Erase Unedited Photo Of Her Online
"Kardashian is on a mission to delete a private unedited photo of herself from the internet. According to page six the image shows the reality stars face and body as she appears in a bikini by pool without the heavy editing airbrushing. That are the mainstays of kardashian photos on instagram. And we have. And i'm gonna show you it There she is pretty girl wearing her bikini. Look cheap that's Khloe cocoa lowey chloe. Chloe as she forty yet. I don't think so so. She's thirty six thirty six so the pick started making the rounds around the internet. Many people are reportedly forced to take them down under legal threat from the kardashian camp and in a statement a chief marketing officer of k. K. w. brands as the color edited photo was taken of khloe during a private family gathering and posted to social media without permission by mistake by an assistant. But this is a perfectly lovely picture of a perfectly healthy pretty normal
Uber Ordered to Pay $1.1 Million for Discriminating Against Blind Woman
"Uber has been ordered to pay one point one million dollars after an arbitrator ruled that the rideshare companies drivers discriminated against a blind woman and her guide dog more than a dozen separate times lisa irving. She lives here in california. She said she was denied. Rides or verbally abused by drivers fourteen times from two thousand sixteen to twenty eighteen in one of her accounts they tell her to Get out of the car and try to force red car. I don't know if it had something to do with the dog or not but she was ordered three hundred twenty four thousand dollars in damages and more than eight hundred thousand dollars in attorney's fees and court costs uber of course argued that it's not their responsibility and You know this is. This is an issue not theirs. But in two thousand sixteen uber settled lawsuit by the national federation for the blind to ensure that passengers with guide dogs are given equal access. So that's gonna cost them another
Los Angeles USD, UTLA sued by parents unhappy with school reopening efforts
"Group of parents. Frustrated about reopening classrooms in l. a. county they are suing be los angeles unified school district and the local teacher's union so the daily news reports that the lawsuit alleges that elliot's de breached its responsibility to act in the best interest of students by allowing the teachers union to dictate when the schools should timothy snowball. He's the attorney for the plaintiffs. He said an interview That ucla which is the the teachers union students as a bargaining chip by refusing to have its members returned to campus sooner in order to try and advance the union's own agenda for example the complaint alleges that during negotiations with the district about reopening the schools. The union wanted other issues address. Such as defunding. The police although students are scheduled to return soon as we talked about snowball said parents are worried. Utsa will renege on the deal and and they won't offer the kind of in person instruction full-time that they want instead. Still the hybrid learning. But this is like punitive for back pay situation.
Jay Leno apologizes for joking about Asians, advocacy group says
"Jay leno has apologized for making anti asian jokes during his career. But not the kind of a pr apology that we're used to During a zoom call with the leader of an asian american activist group. The former tonight show host said. He regretted his words. Leno who came under fire in two thousand nine hundred nine for making fun of koreans eating dog meat on the set of america's got talent said. Here's his quote at the time. I did those jokes. I genuinely thought them to be harmless. I was making fun of our enemy north korea and like most jokes. There was a ring of truth to them. At the time there was a prevailing attitude that some group is always going to complain about something. So don't worry about it whenever we received a complaint there'd be two sides the discussion. Either we need to deal with this or screw if we can if they can't take a joke too many times. I sided with the ladder even when my heart knew it was wrong guy. The leader media action network. Eric lucky for j. guy has accepted the apology. Jay says he hopes the asian american community will be able to accept it as
Elton John opens his Oscar night party to all this year
"John opens his oscar. Night party to all this year. What attending elton john's long-running oscar nominee has always been one of the hardest tickets to get. Now you can go if you have twenty bucks and yes it's virtual. You're not going to a damn party. He get tickets through ticketmaster events going to be hosted by neil patrick harris They're going to do it in separate time zones. This party's going to replay a new party in different time zones and they could raise quite a bit of money for elton john's aids foundation You know hats off to them. But you're not actually going to elton. John's oscar party. There's a reason why it's a tough ticket to
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"adam carolla" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"So i knew there's a sort of audience out there on a computer who could stream the show so i just took it right from the radio studio to my home studio. Where are you taking. What kind of goals. You have yourself a future adam. I don't know i. I don't really work that way. I kinda show up and go to work every day. I have documentaries. I'm making so there's a lot of those that are kind of out there in various stages of completion of a six book. I'm going to start writing soon enough. But i just kind of show up. I just kind of get up and show up that. That's sort of what i used to do. You know have kind of blue collar nature so for me. I've just kind of turned show business into a job like you know almost like a blue collar job so I look could be to my detriment of. But i just sorta get up and go to work everyday very cool. Yeah i like your style. I know up against the here. I'm going to lasting on what he would adam. I love to ask all the data. Get on the podcast. What type of advice do you have that new dad or for that about to be father. Who's out there listening I would say don't you know live and die with everything that the kid does and doesn't do you know kids kind of they just kind of go through these phases. You know you're not going to. You're not going to do a lot. You're not going to do as much shaping as you think you're going to do you know i love playing pop warner football high school football. I love football. Football made me who i am today and my son's got zero interest in football and there's nothing i can do to change that so i'm going to try to push push that rock up a hill. He's not into it. He's not into it find something else he's into. I also used to ride the unicycle a lot and he does kind of want to know how to ride the unicycle. Now so all right. He doesn't like football. But i can try to get them up on the unicycle. So do a little less of that and to me. It's really about the wife in kind of dealing with her and she interacts with the kid or not how she interacts. But there's gonna be a lot of stuff that's important to your wife. That's not that important to you. You gotta act like it's important to you even if it's not very well said i love the message. There's been on for me. I gotta say adam corolla your first place father all the way. Thank you so much. You're gonna be a few minutes you time of year on first-class fatherhood. Thanks alex back to wrap things up here are first place fatherhood. I got to give a special. Thank you once again to adam. Corolla time here so cool piece. Let me up on twitter guys. Who told me that on instagram. Let me know what you thought about. Today's podcast love to read feedback locking into my instagram account. Out on the scoreless for all the upcoming announcements coming to the podcast on friday. It's actor eric. Balfour who is star of the new netflix series country comfort that also debuts on friday as well so don't miss out on that that's all i got you guys today. I'm listening to the first place five. The please remember guys. We are not babysitters we father. So we're not just fathers we. Are i last fathers and So down time i open..
Murder Suspect Christopher Buggs Mistakenly Released From Rikers in New York City
"A new york city murder suspect has mistakenly been released from rikers island and he is still at large Fox news reports that twenty seven. We have his picture in case you see him around Twenty six year old. Christopher bugs was jailed without bail at rikers while awaiting trial For more than three years. He's accused of fatally shooting fifty five year old man outside of bodega in brooklyn in two thousand eighteen and he was arrested three days later but in a different criminal contempt case a judge sentenced bugs to just thirty days and that sentence was mistakenly listed as the final disposition in the murder case jail. Staffers didn't realize the error they released him on tuesday corrections officers warned. He is considered armed and very dangerous.
"adam carolla" Discussed on Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson
"I realized they didn't consume any of it but my mom always as the only thing we ever did as a family is for the oscars. We would go to my grandma's house who had a color. Tv set and they were interested in the entertainment industry and stuff and so for the oscars. We've kind of come together as a family and watch the oscars every year at my grandma's house. So certain point jimmy was going to host the oscars and i was going to write for the oscars and after two decades of you know love line. Man show race cars boxing football. I don't like any of that stuff i thought. All right now we're at the oscars and my mom came over for a visit and I said you know. Jimmy's hosts in the oscars. And i'm gonna be writing for the oscars and she's like yeah. Okay what's Let's talk about bran muffins for the next hour. And that like after the oscars she came over and my wife said. Did you watch the oscars this is with jimmy hosting and she's like Not really and then my wife said well what you think. And she's got a little hit. And miss and i realize oh. That's that's who she is. It doesn't so we think once we something they like. they're going to be into it. That's not the problem. It's not about that. It's it's way its way deeper than that. It's way more nuanced than that. You know it runs so much deeper than that. It's as if is imagine being a dad where it's like well son. I like football. But i hate soccer. So if you're soccer star. I'm not going any of those games. It sounds unimaginable. Right that you would pick and choose you know. I'm a car guy. But i'm park. I you got yourself a nissan. So i'm not interested in you anymore. Like it's stupid but you do think that way you think. Oh when i when. I finally tap into something. That's their language that they understand like what could be for them. Writing for the oscars being at the oscars best friends hosting the oscars. Finally it's gonna come. Neither one of 'em changed one beat and was is equally as disinterested in the oscars as they were in race cars man show or whatever so what would it have been like a brand eating psychologist. What would what would you have had to have become to have them into your success or your story. That's just it now. It's doesn't work right. Vote well like. I said we all know the people that have kids. That are like brandon got a job at the postal sorting facility in our leader. And then they'll talk to you about it for forty minutes and it's like oh they're into their kid..
Rush Limbaugh, conservative radio host, dies at 70
"Conservative radio personality rush. Limbaugh has died one year after announcing his lung. Cancer diagnosis who was seventy Limbaugh had been hosting the rush limbaugh show in syndication for more than thirty years. Who's republican party icon. A close ally of former president donald trump. He was awarded the medal of freedom during the state of the union address. Last year he was diagnosed with lung cancer in january. He shared last january. He shared his cancer diagnosis in february in an october. He announced that the cancer is
Heat to use coronavirus-detecting dogs when welcoming fans back to arena
"The miami heat will use covid nineteen detection dogs are allowed back to american airlines arena next week. That's the score dot com. The dogs are one of several new health and safety measures introduced by the heat in preparation for their january. Twenty eighth matchup against the clippers. Where they'll begin permitting. A limited number of fans to attend the games. All guests will be screened by the dogs which have been specifically trained to identify active virus. If a dog detects the coronavirus. The fan in anyone in their group won't be allowed inside fans attending heat games. Must also wear face masks and those sitting within thirty feet of the court will be required to undergo an onsite rapid test. But the how okay just go. How do they do the dog. I mean d- after breathe on the dog literally just walked past the dog. I mean they they have to report. You don't have to yeah. I think they'll probably just their dogs. They're better than us. We don't deserve dogs. And i thought they were going to be testing for like fever because i feel like i don't probably smell but they are specifically it says right here. They're specifically trained to detect the virus. Well you know everything that comes off of a human has a smell so it's like a zig has a smell. A cancer has a smell a virus as a smell like everything. You have creates a smell like you know. We all get the breath in the armpits in the asshole part of part of life. But you're just living organism and everything that attached to us going to rate something like there's gonna be a smell and dogs can smell everything that comes off of a human being. Well they can smell everything. What do they say. Ten thousand times more powerful or something. Yeah i am human and it doesn't gross them out. It's just information to a dog.
Kristy Swanson defends Trump from 'cancel culture,' demands to be removed from John Hughes films
"Actress. Kristy swanson wants to be cancelled and she wants to be cancelled to support a president trump. So let me explain this forty five years ago. Well she's she wants to get in the time machine and b. Can't let me explain last week. Fans called for trump to be digitally removed from home alone two loss to new york and over the weekend. She tweeted because she was worried. Who want oh. We want to be digitally removed. Taken out of home alone to wow. This is scary and kind of tearing down. Statues is one thing but that digit physical but digitally removed. That's interesting yeah. I agree to this thing is like you're honoring racist or whatever but like he was in there was an extra ticket. Oj naked gun ignored. Berg gotta make berg. So she's kind of calling the bluff in some way says if cancel culture is really going to have donald trump removed from the john hughes movie Then in support of my president. I'd like to have myself officially removed from the john hughes films. Pretty in pink and fares. Buehler's day off now if you don't remember pretty in pink. She's at the very end. I think she's credited as like miss duckie. Because she's the one that jon cryer sees at the end and like she gives him a little wave and then the credits roll in fair to dealers. Day off. I think she's the one that does the speech about fairs like my sister's boyfriend's cousin's you know some fainted flavors. I heard it's pretty serious. That's kristy swanson. So she wants both of those clips removed. Of course twitter is just beating the shit out of her for this. You are in that. Who are you. Who cares but You know she makes a point. She kept her mustang in my warehouse for six months where you are right now. No i have multiple warehouses. Why i asked. Yeah i wish. I could remember the street name address but glendale with all that really how it got to me. Or she's needed a place to keep her her her mustang. I had no idea how hard core she was. She is hard goddamn core man. Twitter bio is like some about quitting. Proud mom god. I was very religious. I only know her second hand my dear friend lindsay parker who is in the movie flowers in the attic with her when they were when she was a baby i mean. How old is that movie. Remember from the mid eighty s. She worked with swanson played her sister and said she was
Chuck Norris weighs in on Capitol riot after photo goes viral
"Chuck norris and not by choice. No oh no so. He wasn't even he wasn't even there and he's in the news. Chuck norris's is speaking out after a photo accords. Him at the capitol riot went viral last week. That is not chuck norris looking dudes there that is that is not him He posted on twitter and on instagram. To my attention. That unfortunately there was a chuck norris lookalikes at the dc capital riots on january six. It wasn't me i wasn't there. Let me be clear that there is no room for violence of any kind in our society and the goal of forty five years texas ranger. A peaceful transition of power is fundamental to our democratic system of government. I'm always add will always be for law and order your friend chuck norris not the guy we're looking at now.
Trump to award Bill Belichick the Medal of Freedom amid House impeachment push
"In medal of freedom news. President trump plans to give the new england coach. Bill belichick the medal of freedom on thursday has trump is called bella chick a very good friend and last month. Reappointed him to the president's council on sports fitness nutrition. The coach and patriots visited trump at the white house after their super bowl. Victory in two thousand seventeen but didn't return after winning in a twenty nineteen.
Justin Thomas apologizes for using anti-gay slur after missing putt at Tournament of Champions
"Of pork. I guess they call it just your mark. We're earmarked shit that shoved in there that we're just gonna find out all right. Let's do one more gina grand. Oh right well. let's end with an apology. Pga tour star justin. Thomas has apologized for language. He used during the third round of the century tournament of champions in hawaii over the weekend and it sounds like he was directing it at himself. The new york post reports that thomas uttered the slur on the fourth hole after missing a four foot putt for par and he was caught on a golf channel microphone. Here's that clip. So difficult to pick up. How course the grass is going to be one direction. It's going to go in. That went to scott away from him as he tried to aggressively through. Ouch let me say fag. I think the whole the whole term. Get i got makes themselves. Yeah he was looking at that out. That's the only explanation i've never. I've never heard anyone use that word that way. That doesn't make any sense. It was weird. It was weird so he he's twenty-seven he won the pga championship and the thirteen. Pj tour events was apologetic when he realized it was caught on camera. Here's his apology. Jimmy doing justice third round. Today he missed a pot and unfortunately made a homophobic. Slur that our microphones picked up and justin is joining us now. How would you explain what happened. The golf course today justin. It's it's inexcusable. I i thought. I just apologize. I mean there's no excuse. I'm an adult. I'm a grown man. There's absolutely no reason for me to say anything like that. It's it's terrible. I mean. I'm extremely embarrassed. That's not who i am. It's not kind of person Saying john and everything and i Do unfortunately i did it. And i have to own up to it and i I'm very apologetic. We learned a lot through adversity. I know it's not been a long time and you're still digesting this. But what do you think you you're gonna learn from today. Oh my god a lot. I mean it's like. I said it's inexcusable. I mean i'm speechless. There's nothing i as. I found out when i got on the golf course. I got done with my round. I mean it's it's it's bad there. There's no other way to put it I need to do better. I need to be better. It's definitely a learning experience but
Danish children’s show featuring the protagonist’s super-long penis gets bashed
"A children's television show in denmark has whipped parents into a frenzy on an of outrage over. The show's main character. A man with the world's longest penis. It's an animated show. Called john diller. Mond by the way diller is danish penis and it premiered last week and on the public. Tv and was immediately criticized by people. The show follows the title character as he uses his enormous pena's to get out of all sorts of tricky situations. it also gets him into some precarious situations This station is defending the program. Arguing that it's fictitious and also important to address the curiosity. The children have the body
Disney World Has Been Photoshopping Masks on Guests in Ride Photos
"Make you visit walt disneyworld. You will be wearing a mask however it might not be on you but they will put it on you. According to fox disneyworld has allegedly updated how it handles people not wearing masks on rides by digitally adding a face covering to the guest and the photos that can be purchased afterward. I believe we have the picture so previously disneyworld wouldn't allow these So can you see. It's not super clear. But can you tell who has a giant two-dimensional mask over their back has a comically large mouse. That is correct. That's a mouth diaper thing. Make sure work that fucking gag. Now the park is allegedly allowing guests to have their photos but they will not be able to purchase their photo without that little sticker over their face and the theme park which is courses open. Florida not opening california has not provided official comment but according to disney world's website face coverings are required in those who don't adhere to the mass guidelines will not be allowed to have their photo taken by
Breakdancing Is Officially an Olympic Sport
"According to espn as today. It is an official olympic sport. They say that. The international olympic committee's pursuit of urban events to lure younger audience saw street. Dan's battles officially added to the metals category. That's going to be twenty twenty four. Paris games also confirmed for peres. Are skateboarding sport climbing and surfing. So those three sports will make their olympic debuts at the tokyo games which were postponed because of the pandemic. And that's supposed to be next july but break-dancing is coming twenty four
Laverne Cox says she was targeted in transphobic attack
"Laverne cox. You probably know her. Best from starring in orange is the new black says. She and a friend were attacked in a park near her. Los angeles. home this griffith park for you. Locals and at the assault was an anti transgender. Hate crime says new jersey smaller situation. are the over under was on somebody saying that because i don't know anything about it but when i hear attacked i no longer think attacked. And in this case. She does claim it got physical. But but that's all we know. i mean. see this kind of our problem with changing all the verbiage. All the time like if you were attacked in a park you were attacked in a park. Like i punches right at somebody has going to have a black guy like a split open lipin a torn blouse or whatever. But let's figure this is where things may get hinky again. I don't know. I don't know this is just. I'm just reporting what she said So she was in griffith with a friend and she says we pass this guy and the guy very aggressively asked for the time he then asked my friend guy or girl because i guess it was not obvious. Gender wise who she was with the unnamed friend cursed it the man who began throwing punches but fled when the actress called nine one one but she hung
Mike Tyson might not stop after Roy Jones Jr. fight
"Asked roy jones junior and mike tyson. What is your take on. Roy jones in tyson. Anyone has seen the footage of tyson working. The focus pads lately says Tyson looks like the scariest fifty two year old on the planet What's roy jones is plan with tyson. Roy jones lulu lot. Roy jones lot roy jones was one of the most gifted athlete of all time and was completely dominant in his in his prime. But he's not a bona fide heavyweight tyson tyson. Pretty much is how does that first off. What's the weight that what are they doing. A catchweight where. Where's that thing gonna land. Well mike tyson. I spoke to him yesterday. Called me on my birthday. Which was very nice and A mike is lost one hundred pounds. He told me yesterday. One hundred pounds. Wow he's in fantastic shape and he says he really feels good about where he is and himself and you know his weight and his mental outlook is is just fantastic. I've been overseeing the gym. I'm going to work on that. Fight showtime nice enough to let me go work on that broadcast and so. I think it's really interesting. He's fifty four years old. He hasn't Fifteen years okay. Said since mcbride and he was done he was done after that fight and he just said it to me in the ring that night he said. I just don't have this in me anymore. Don't have that instinct to go out and be ferocious. Wanna do this anymore. So i think now the passage of time and getting in shape and you know seeing what's what's gone on with athletes who have extended their careers. Obviously and other sports are not getting hit like he is but to see just how well lebron james plays at an age Getting older see. Tom brady to see drew. Brees to see these guys now. You know lengthening their careers. You know it's an exhibition. So we'll find out but tyson did tell me in an interview that he would be willing to fight. If you know see how this goes he would be willing to fight evanger holyfield on third and if he does well he would consider one of the champions right now possibly a joshua or fury down the road and you know everybody can point to george foreman right. The our was wasn't fifty four years old But let let's see how he looks. I i know. I know that a lot of boxers of told me that what they see in the gym. Just the speed that they would not want to be hit by that.
"adam carolla" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid
"SOMBER Day city's on fire. That's how it is and I just WANNA say. Goodbye. I wrote I text. Will Sasso go fucking racist? He goes. Hey, fuck you. I go. You started this whole thing. I don't the the finding of the most people feel as? I think overall this is positive in the long run, because because the protests are just as many white people black people there, but he's like hey, color. Hey, this slow torture of a man in broad daylight. No! Get a fuck and I keep seeing these memes about what he did this. You know back that doesn't I. Don't give a fuck. You're talking about the slow torture of a man in broad daylight, and that's it and the death. Morality and all the time this just happening at camera. The promise is these looters who are the one percent of the protesters that are damaging every city. They can find doing all the stuff that the here white. I'm sorry. Not! I don't. Know, all just an antique. That's your give an Antifa too much credit. Yeah, allows just the black lewd is up. A lot of those people are people who are looting who you know. Forty million people are unemployed. Yeah, who and stick well the mayor. The mayor of Atlanta said you know. And Kill, Mike said the YOU WANNA. Make a difference fix. Keep. Don't burn your house down. Sign up a register. Go to the census, so they know who you are and where you are the long game you want action now. Yes, people, actually now the other thing is is You know the the looters. Are you know it's ninety nine percent of the media coverage and I think media is the enemy of the state. You look at the coverage at their posting. You know there's been way more positive in friendly percent peaceful protests, and there's been Lueders, but these looters, the one percent are painting the narrative, so everyone thinks this. Is You know the world fire? The other thing is the other positive. The other positive is that policing. In two thousand fifteen, they were like we. They had a still a problem, but they had a major problem. I think something like one hundred unarmed black men were killed, and we know the stories and some of the stories we don't know about and in two thousand, nine, hundred, eighty nine. There's been a better. There's been a dramatic decrease so ease like a because they diversified police forces. There are a lot more black cops, and so so there has been progress made, so you shouldn't feel happy Martin. There's still work to be done. Progress for sure does feel like we've never been more divided and I woke up. and. PODCASTS I was depressed. I felt like crime. I'LL DO! My final set Saturday should've I swear to try not to cry. Yeah, well, there's that when I was in the airport. There's a little black girl so fucking cute playing software. Their Dad and I was just sitting there and I was missing my kid towards me. WanNa play. I started tearing up. The. Fuck is wrong with do. It's just like everything going on. She kicked US little bongos WANNA play. She's like three and. Do I ever. Now, and then I scored seven goals. You can't do that to. Get better hates. You can't talk trash. Soccer Man. You can't take. Your the problem and you kick the ball on her face. And you started. You started a riot. In the airport. But that's besides the point. Oh. Yeah, man. Houston was great though. Fuck we had such a blast in Houston? Well, you have you have aqap problem. Most of the cops in the world are most of the cops are. Fantastic Tough the world. They're very hard job. They do a great job. You're always gonNA have I'm sorry to say you're always gonNA, have assholes in every business and you're going have murderers in every business? They're gonNA fuck things up for the. Video finally. Did..
"adam carolla" Discussed on The Dish With Trish
"Conservatives are probably more practical than liberals are for instance like you know you take a subject like you go school vouchers. Should or school choice in our. We'll look at the numbers and if if it works then let's do it and then somebody goes will school choices. The Republicans are for it and then the Democrats are against it. And I'm like all right. I'm not interested in that part of it. I'm just interested in weather works or not. That's all sorry approach life people don't like it. They don't like ultra practical. Really other Sin Monterey. I'm so that kind of stuff like science to me. I'm like I don't know what's happening when people start talking politics on it. I don't know I'm so bad with the thing is i. The idea comes. And then the politics get grafted on to the idea so you go gay marriage and then you go prison reform and then you go border security and you go okay. These are all just ideas and then the politicians graft onto the idea. You know so you go gay marriage all right. That sounds good to me and the Democrats latch onto high. And then you go border security and I go well that sounds good to me and then the Republicans latch onto that one. But if you really just think about it it's I. It's not politics and then ideas. It's kind of ideas. And then which party claims that idea? Yeah and people just fight over that and then people fight for me. I'm I'm just one. I'm interested in the ideas. Right and your vocal about it. But you don't get into any scandal is trying to find scandal about you and there's like nothing scandalous that you like but you say controversial things like when. I was watching the report I was like. Oh I'm surprised like no one picks up on this stuff and like people just like you. I guess so you're uncomfortable. You know what happens is once you've been saying what you think for a long period of time then people understand who you are and like what you're doing and they don't really you know. I experienced this before but like you take snoop dogg snoop. Dogg smokes pot wherever he wants right now. It's not controversial for Snoop Dogg to light a joint. If Barack Obama lit up a joint we'd know about it right or there's pictures of him smoking at joint so once you just become the person that does that stuff then. People don't really care right and so for me. I'm just a guy who says what I'm thinking and at some point people stop caring because become that guy. Yeah it's like. I don't know you brought up Howard. Stern like Howard. Stern gets to say controversial things. Because he's Howard Stern. Yeah but even him now not to bring up the age again but now it has older age. He's just not the same Howard Stern. He's not as like he doesn't. I like okay so obviously you could very I like sexual things you know like even like the man trying to feel like oh I want to go back to the days of like where everything was like overtly sexual is but even now Howard is very like clean cut like doesn't say anything about women's bodies and I'm just like oh I kinda miss those days. I don't know if it's because the culture and we're like pc now but like maybe he's older but it's a combination of a culture and prostate enlargement. I think of the Combo prostate enlargement. Well as a man ages. Where's my camera cameras? Eight here or there there's two. Psa does prostates. Jack this is a man. Ages tends to enlarge prostate cancer. And where is it? Where is it right here in your brain these pointing goes brain for those listening to audio? Only I'm so confused I can't believe with all your crazy. Sexual exploits never digit on a guy for the prostate. We this on so familiar. No one ever says go for my prostate. I've never heard that my life when I've expect. Yeah I love to this topic I love talking about sex. This is something I know about politics and like I don't know but anyway that's in your ass. Oh what I said. Drop a digit. Come on we in your own fingered. I've been up assholes. There's nothing I I'll take. Your Word is look at that roster you can see it you will know. I mean you gotta be wearing like a miner's hat to see it but you can't win when they check when the doctors you know when the when they give the old guy the finger I don't know the prostate cancer this you get your checked. It's been a while. Is it uncomfortable for you. I'm trying to think of anyone I think. In terms of having somebody put their finger in your ass you could probably take society and break them off and just two groups of people who really fear it and then those who really look forward to it and I'm a little more agnostic. I'm a little more like well. The guy's got to do with the guys got your pain before. No but now that you mention it. I think next time you'll enjoy those. Yeah Yeah I don't know if it'll ever crossed the threshold into enjoyment talked about this and I told you I don't think he did. It had done the right way. But we'll we'll figure that out later I guess So anyway is a man ages and as society becomes a little more evolved. I think he just ten. I think you just tend to think less about sex or talk less about it but also we're in a society now where it's like you can get into trouble. You start getting this stuff. I miss it I miss it. That's why like I wanNA do a podcast. Because I want to bring on girls and I want to have them like why not so fun like I just did my first girl girl porn thing and I was like I wish more people would just do this and have it be normal like I missed that like it's so because it's exciting. It's like entertainment. But here's the problem. If everyone just did girl girl lesbian porn you'd be out of a job right. No it's true but what I liked about. I guess what I'm saying is like for my part. I WANNA be the one to bring on. People do do that crazy shit because I think people do crazy. Shit like putting like candles up there asking. I feel like back in the day. Like when how we're we're have someone that come on right. And they were like put like crazy shit on them. I missed that like I love that. Like Jena. Halle Petroleum Jelly on her tits. And then they had some guy calm and try and see like how long he can last on her tits. Look that's such entertainment. That's like Matt around anymore. No one does and like maybe I was like maybe I could do it. Because I'm like a girls maybe I can get away with it. Easier definitely think a woman could get away with Dan. Easier than especially like a straight white did. Yeah I. that's that's started it but anyways on the sex topic because I wanted to ask you this anyways. Straightway dude started it but I think it's the women who need to finish it. I don't know there's something like more like submissive. I think it's fun or to have a guy be like do this but I don't know I mean I'm kind of a guy like we talked about identify kind of as a male so I feel like I can kind of do.
"adam carolla" Discussed on The Dish With Trish
"The guys welcome back to the Trish. I am your host chest so excited and so nervous because we have like king of podcast Adam Corolla so nervous and so excited I did your podcast and I thought that was the highest honor. But you coming to my house to be on my podcast. It's the highest honor everything keough. I had friends who used to live up in this neighborhood when I was in high school. And so it was weird kind of drive in here like little drive down memory lane really. You don't come this way anymore. You know I will on occasion. Only if ways is trying to get me to the comedy store or something and they go back side kind cutting through the hills but no no. I haven't been this happy. I'm so happy you're here. I'm so excited and getting 'cause I told you on your podcast. I'm such a fan. We like literally like ten years ago. I was on your show the car show which was everything and I feel like you should do. You're talking right before we started recording. Was I think you should do more visual more like TV stuff? Because you're so good on your hands on like you're not like ugly like Howard. Stern not attractive so he should do radio. You're a handsome prayers. Then you should be on TV raw. Thank you for that observation. Sorry our but it's weird. It's an interesting look into whatever my psyche or the dynamic of my psyche is which is. I don't like me on TV or in makeup or trying on clothes anything. I've always just wanted to go into a windowless room and talk into a microphone. I've never really wanted to be in front of the camera. I still really don't WanNa be in front of the camera and it's never been something that I've been. I never looked forward to it. It was never something that I wanted to do or saw. Yeah I wonder why that is because I feel like you want people to know you right when you go down. The street and my goal was to be famous. I didn't have a talent. I'm like I just WanNa be famous and known so I wanted people to know me you didn't care about that you're like I just WanNa talk you know I didn't. I didn't really do the math on knowing me or being famous or whatever of course like it's always great when I tell my Sistan. Oh could you get us into this steak house on Saturday night? And then he goes. They're all booked up and then I go try using my name. Maybe they'll do it and sometimes it works and then you go good cool. There's cool opportunities and events and things that obviously come around with being recognizable but I never wanted to physically be recognizable. I never had any thoughts about that. I've always just wanted to kind of write jokes. Tell stories you know. Do Love Line Do the radio do the PODCAST I. It's it's interesting because I wasn't phobic about it like understood. I'll do it if you tell me to do. Whatever you pay me to do it. I just never really wanted to be in front of the camera. So how'd because I know you most obviously from the man show? That's like my favorite. So how did that come about your like? They're like you have to host. It will Jimmy and I were best friends and we were hanging around each other constantly Having lunch and hanging out all the time and you know I think if you took two guys like they took Wozniak Steve Jobs and you put him. They went out to lunch all the time. They'd be talking computers inventions or whatever so gene. I did that but with comedy we'd be sitting around talking. All Time would be a good show would be a good idea. This would be funnier. That would be funny and eventually it just dawned on us that the show we wanted to do. We just wanted to do it together. It wasn't so much about the theme of the show was more like Jimmy. Neier besties and I wanNA work with Jimmy. Jimmy wants to work with me. So what can we do together? And the man show just sort of came out of that but it's not like you was it existed and they cast it and the cast the cast Jimmy. We just cast ourselves. We knew that at the time nobody was gonNA pair us up and let us host a show unless we invented the show and then we could do it so you like created so fascinated by this with people who famous in like the nineties. It's so easy to get famous now like. I think it's like anyone can do it. Because as social media but like how do you even go about that like how you create a show and you're like Whoa? How do you get in like? That's what I always wanted to know. So we talked about the man show for Awhile and Jimmy night. You know. Jimmy didn't really have any Jews and I didn't really have any Jews and we didn't really. We're both were working in radio but we didn't really know anybody in TV and at some point someone who's doing an article on me for the L. A. Times and they're doing the article because of my radio career Mr Burcham characterize to do on on K rock a million years ago and their editor of the article. The Guy who's writing the articles a big fan but they're editor wasn't and so the editor kept going. He's not really doing that much. I what else is there. Because I wasn't doing that much. Just a radio guy and he kept coming and going. What else you got. What else you got and I eventually just went. Oh well we got this show called the man. Show that we're working on but it really. We weren't doing anything with it. And he put that in the article and then somebody God was NBC or ABC Anyway. Somebody's assistant read. It thought it was a good idea for the man show brought it to ABC. And the next thing you knew we were shooting a pilot for ABC. Just based on me kind of trying to pat out this article or doing I mean I'm sure we would have done anyway. Somewhere somehow and Jimmy would ended up ended up a hosting the Oscars anyway time. I think that's how we found it how I think that's so cool. I feel like 'cause I watched it. I remember back in the day when I used to watch it. My parents were like against watching it. 'cause they thought it was bulger. I watched it the other day and I was. This is so like innocent like you did like a women's suffrage saying like if people knew what that was like this is like nothing they said it was like so. Raunchy show wasn't Raunchy back then. Well yesterday's Raunch is today's quaint put-down bumper sticker but yeah that's how society always worked. That's crazy because I just remember them being like even remember people being like. Oh Wow they like degrade women I was. There was nothing. I'm trying to find something that was like. Oh this went fly today but like everything was just so PC. I was like I couldn't find one thing that wasn't it. Yeah well you don't have delicate sensibility. But number two. Nobody really Jimmy. And I and Daniel the guy we created the show with and we all in everybody the man show. We understood that the joke ha had to be on me and Jimmy not on the girls so we understood that we had to lose every time in order for it to be funny like if you go back and those you are listening. Apparently not going to know this reference. But Benny Hill was this English. Guy Dues Benny Hill show and he had sexy girls around him and it was sort of. Jimmy and I would think about Benny Hill. When we're talking about doing the mansions like a sort of Benny Hill type show. But Benny Hill would never get the girl and he would never succeed and it was. The joke was always on him. And that's where the comedy so there wouldn't be any comedy if we won their only be comedy if we lost and we knew that so everyone thinks demand shows about these two misogynous or beating up on women but the rally as as we we were the victim and we knew we did it intentionally. Because that's that's funny. Yeah so it's like the opposite way. 'cause I saw John Jameson on your show versus Jason Howard during that era and it's like two totally different like for some reason. I always correlated you in the Howard Stern show together because he was on e. late at night and it was like Raunchy and then like you guys watch my parents like. Don't watch that show and I was just like so weird. The difference you guys use Jenna in a very like I don't know very innocent way can remember. Oh Oh she did. She did household hints with Porn Stars. Or something and then. She's like a popsicle couple he was. I love her illegitimate she's kind of a dino or now each went off the deep end a little bit she just turned. Jewish. No Jewish. That's not going off the deep end. Wow that's interesting. A religion has ever rejected convert when Jews were like. We're we're fine full. No I think they do because she even even conservatives comforter on twitter 'cause she's like Republican now and should they're very like we don't want you talking on our behalf. She's very hard core. You know that no. I didn't know anything about her. I knew that I think Tito Ortiz. Her ex husband. Ufc fighter came on my podcast. And he said like Oh. She's not doing well or she's having mental issues like that. And then I got a bunch of tweets from her. Like how dare you whatever but I was like. I didn't say anything. He just came on and said his ex wife's having some issues as far as on people on your podcast and I came on your podcast. 'cause I love saying controversial. Shit and you like you literally. Just listen you know on anything which is interesting. I like egging people on for like more drama. But you don't you kind of just well you know. I've had guests in the past and famously our governor Gavin NEWSOM and I've gotten into it with him and I've gone after him but I'm not trying to edge anybody on I will try to attempt to get to the truth. Yeah well that's what's interesting your podcast to because then I was listening to the week I was on and you have a bunch of like social stars but then you also have like a really political people's I guess like I don't know how you even describe your because you've been around like you have the Guinness World Records out of the most podcast episodes recorded. Yeah when did you start podcasting? Oh Nine Holy Shit so eleven years and was it podcasting then or was it just like. I'm going to do this myself. And put out the audio. It was podcasting but nobody really knew what podcasting was. Didn't seem to care. I among the I would never claim to be the first. Because I've done I did like bill. Simmons's podcast before my podcast. He was doing one I think with. Espn and there weren't a lot of private tears. I guess there were some people who work for some companies like ESPN or something like that. Who DID A podcast? Yeah but there weren't a lot of people just doing it on their own. Although maybe there were like I just didn't know nobody knew who was doing what back then. So yeah I just did it to do it. I love your podcast. I've been listening now. I'm like I'm not that I didn't listen before but I'm gonNA listener because when we met. I thought I told you this I was like. Oh He's GonNa hate me like I can just tell when people don't like me know what I mean like the way you are conservative and like that kind of stuff. So He's GonNa hate me but we got along so well I thought you money wasting is like I'm not really conservative or I don't know how you define being conservative. I'M ULTRA PRACTICAL. So sometimes it makes me conservative because I'm just super practical but that's that's the way I'm wired so I don't I don't you know people tend to politicize everything but I'm just practical. Whatever makes sense. That's what I'm for. I don't I don't really draw down a party line. Although to be fair. Conservatives are probably more practical than liberals are for instance like you know you take a subject like you go school vouchers..
"adam carolla" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap
"Five hundred his life and career are the subjects of a new documentary co directed by Adam Corolla uppity the willy t ribbs storied. Adam Corolla joins us now Adam. Thank you for being with us back. Ceram Adam it's a fascinating story and I come away from watching the documentary. One thought. Why don't more people know? Willy T RIBBS HIS STORY. How has it been obscured over the course of the last thirty years? I don't know I'm not sure how the ZEITGEIST works. I don't know you know. We all know who Monica Lewinsky is that we truly raises and that just kind of the cycle. That's the news cycle. But that's the reason you're making documentary. Exactly and this is his story from from the beginning there so many twists and turns and the climax of the story. I hope I'm not giving anything away. Is the qualification process in? May Nineteen ninety-one for the indy. Five hundred but it was a struggle by that point he'd really been a professional racer for fourteen years. And there's so many people whose paths he crosses in that time people like Bruce Jenner and Don King and Bill Cosby. There's so much the story as a storyteller. How did you try to maintain focus here? Well you know we discussed you know having bill cosby and having Caitlyn Jenner. And like how would that be a distraction So on and so forth but we we realize that you know my motto with these doctors. The story is the story. We're not really allowed to write the story. We have to tell the story. He's our that already existed Caitlyn Jenner plays apart and a chapter of Willie's live and so does Don King Sodas. Bill Cosby Bill Cosby. Plays a major part and Willie tease racing career. And you know documentaries aren't a popularity contest. It's not like well. We don't like that guy now. She can't be documentary I mean Hell after documentaries about serial killers so I don't think it's about how popular you are with the neighbors So my feeling is. Let's get willing to tell a story I'll ever happened. That's how we're going to document. It is our job to craft it in a very compelling way but it's not our job to decide who's in WHO's out we're speaking with Adam Corolla. He's the CO director of the new documentary. You can see it on Netflix. Uppity the Willy t ribbs story and You've directed documentaries about racing before five years ago. The Paul Newman Story and Paul Newman is. Part of. This story is well outed. Willy t ribbs become a driver in the first place. His Dad did a little amateur racing. He was he grew up on a farm that had like many bikes and go carts and trucks and stuff he could slide around that dirt roads or the farm but mostly it was in He just wanted to go fast. I most race car. Drivers just have that in them if you talk to any Rock and roll drummer. They'll tell you the same thing when there were five. They're banging on pots and pans it. Then I'm I I you know everyone. Has You know Comedians. Have something in them. Drummers have something that's in them Race car drivers have something within them. It's in And it was in him and I you know I don't know how you know maybe God is the one source that stuff out but it was an Andy Ha he. He had some access to it because his dad did a little bit of amateur rate and he grew up with a neighbor who did racing. Or what's well? And then when he's when he's in his early twenties he goes off to England to compete in formula. Four in nineteen seventy seven. What happens when Willie goes to England? He may have gone. Gowdy may have been nineteen even he may have been late Late late teens. Instead of going to college he goes off to race Formula Ford in England. He wins which is a kind of a big deal. Which is if you win formula. Ford you know Steph is now Formula Ford maybe formula vee maybe It goes to Formula Atlantic. Then maybe maybe it goes to f one or maybe goes from Formula Atlantic. The Indy and then at one. Or what have you? But it's a stepping stone and if you win Formula Ford in England. It's kind of like being the highest recruited basketball player. Outta OUTTA high school. You know it doesn't it doesn't mean you're GONNA be a pro but it it. It certainly looks good and He came back to the United States and nobody had any interest in him. Racing and unlike basketball racing takes money and it takes sponsorship. And if you don't have the equipment you know have the sponsorship. You don't have the money. You can't be competitive. It doesn't matter. How Poor Lebron? James was when he was seventeen or Kobe. Bryant was whenever seventeen. They're still going to the show Because all you need para trunks and a in a in a Jersey and in automotive racing you need a lot of money and if you're not getting sponsorship you're not. You're not racing and he couldn't get sponsorship. He has the success in Formula Ford not formula four as I said. There is a formula four now in a formula three but formula Ford He comes back and he can't get opportunities. What are the amazing things about? His story is that he raced everything every he would drive anything anywhere to get a chance to pursue his dream One thing he certainly demonstrated over the years which not a lot of guys have done is proficiency with basically anything on four wheels. Yeah and there's been some guys have driven in you know different series and you know for the most part if a guy can drive a guy can drive but they don't normally hop from Formula Atlantic to the Trans Am series. Which is much you know. Totally different B.'s The cars are you know. One is a little open-wheel sort of momentum. Car The other system big brute I've driven some Newman's transam cars and I can tell you that. This big beefy broods and And they're heavy and slide around and that's just a different animal together but you know he didn't have the luxury of having a choice. He had to take what he could get the thing that stands out as well from this documentary. Adam is that he's a big personality. I mean He. He's a compelling character. He has a remarkable way with words. It must have been fun for you guys just to hear him tell his story because he does so in such a compelling narrative driven way. Yeah when we went to work on the Newman Doc Winning the racing life. Paul Newman we went to work on that We went to interview Willie because he was a part of Newman's world as well As soon as we got done interviewing Willie We just announced this guy's a sound bite machine and he's GonNa be our next DOC. That was our. That was our our humble. Take on on Willie so you know when you make a dock. We made The twenty four hour war which is for Ferrari documentary And then we made the Carroll Shelby Doc Shelby American which is because we were making the four versus Ferrari. Doc Of course we had big chapter on on shelby in there and so like one. Doc Be gassed the next so once we were three quarters of the way done with Newman. We just started working on uppity because we we knew this guy was was a compelling story was compelling but he was compelling himself in. Nineteen eighty-five when he's about thirty years old. It looks like he's going to become the first African American to qualify at the indy. Five hundred race in the indy. Five hundred but it becomes a fiasco what what happened. You know. I'm not one hundred percent sure. What the actual truth is by from Willie telling of IT and other people telling of it. He got a race team. That didn't want him there and they may not want him there because of his personality may not WanNa there because of the color of his skin but they did not give him a car. That was safe at that speed and a lot of it. Indians all about the car. It's all about the setup and it's all about the speed and you know for those people who are Gr- casual fans of racing two hundred miles an hour. You have no idea how big down for plays and era dynamics plays how to dial the car in get around that corner two hundred miles an hour because it's not dial in it's GonNa go off the track and you can. You can easily die. Willie was having difficulty. Car Wasn't set up his people. The people the engineers were talking to him. They weren't helping him. They work guiding him. You really need to input from your team in those cars. And he just wasn't getting it and he was really thought he was gonNA kill themselves and he didn't feel safe in the car and the car wasn't set up correctly so he got out and he walked away and then he was kinda known as a chicken you know. She was humiliated. They were like really. Can't handle the speed you know and the. Transam cars are fast. But they're not going to hundred and five miles an hour to circuit in which he had had success already happened very suddenly eighty five thing he he meets on King in Las Vegas. Don King says it's going to happen. He gets sponsorship from Miller beer but he was not comfortable with the setup of his car and the team felt it was unsafe. He walked away at that point as you say it was. It was humiliating. Although Willie have so much self-confidence that probably was not punctured. But where does he think he's going to go from there? He goes back in the Trans am and he also wanted to get into F one. He was Would have been the first black driver in F one and he went on to task in F one and improve to be real quick in an f one car but politics came into play once again and He didn't get a riot at one. Bernie ecclestone in your documentary. Says he would have loved to have had a black champion world champion at that time but it was something he couldn't quite make happen. Of course now Lewis Hamilton Who is a Black Englishman? Is the best driver in the world. Best certainly open wheel and has been a world champion. What is it now six times? I've kind of track a. But but willy t ribbs is testing for the one cars in Portugal in nineteen eighty six. But he doesn't get the shot again now he doesn't get the shot again and You know I again. It's a Lotta politics. You know discrimination. I guess you know that that he was racing. The team he was trying out for wasn't accounting team and they want to an Italian driver or at least someone and looked Italian and they They once again send Willie packing and so had to go back and be another transam right. We're speaking with Adam Karol the CO director of the new documentary uppity the Willy t ribbs story and as we said earlier. You know your film builds to a climax with nineteen ninety-one Indianapolis five hundred and at that time six years after what happened At the eighty five race where he decided he could not compete safely he. He's is struggling to qualify His car he doesn't have the resources although bill cosby is partially financing him. He doesn't the resources to compete with the big teams they're operating on a.
"adam carolla" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
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"adam carolla" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
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"adam carolla" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Think what's the asia iraqi is grey her rocky i could have been arriving flip i'm thing i i i was in something like it you're not on me i am deeply what i'm then i'm in the next greg iraqi film let's let's only do those surveyed i got ahead next up takes place in deep space sigourney weaver goatskins own t s cry asleep caption law halfway through their journey because of a distress call she's distressed in her panties concerning nines alien all right we just off the shelf for this i look this is this is great movie critics had loved this movie now what was it was it 96 percent at eighty nine percent i always use this example to things perfect movies movies that can't be improved in any way and number two who is holed up since 1979 and this will be sweaty palms you watch on will ninety seven and a female hero 97 percent now you probably rice and ninety six also set 96 ailing in a certified fresh at nine the seven am and needed by point deduction after that the last one what a great movie can close here next up uh jason pigs is watching shannon elizabeth in her underwear in the next room i guess movie i haven't seen she's i did ninety nine's says yes something like that so chris watching on a computer and it's weird because she's right there but it's on a computer oh my god carry find her russian accent it's you want to hear some acting really good greg iraqi film was an splendor from 1999 there you go i knew i'd worked with the match i work with so many find directors over the years i can't remember them all so shameless bananas air underwear 1999 dhs american by the time i saw was so exciting see a chick nude i didn't even think about her acts in but her accent.
"adam carolla" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Asked if like send tens little pandemonium are so much as me islamic terror sosas scary okay thank you i'm gone does say this really is a fund movie yes this the very fun hoover this is runoff a pulp fiction this was his next project like the next thing he was in you lease it's fun and i don't know i don't know and it's also it's kind of like it's a fund john around stuff like that on it could find a problem with it but also it's not going to be critics are going to love it but it was fun the land flavor and everthing i'm gonna say eighty two very close fun movie but i think the through a lot of critics 77 iron i never saw it i don't know much about it i said sixty eight from dusk till dawn is fresh sixty four percent backing the amf gina's right too much violence also something out of your while you're members move but it starts off like like the two brothers from the runrun them road is kind of a hard core like bike mussa crime neand learns an internal silly you now very over the top of empire special effects this el reason why i loved it was fun swan yeah all right by the way i don't know if anyone remembers the movie i was thinking of it's called the doom generation as the first thing the old cut hmm and i may have been in that movie what 94 i think look it up oh please do there is a guy there's an asian guy who made those little art house yves kevin smith ask films and i was in one god was our go ahead.
"adam carolla" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"But his last but the day no was his last he died for came out finished okay good remember the the famous the the one piano note the whole time there yeah stressed the gotta give a little love to him because y'all guide i mean for in line with selective darling so for that i'm going to add on i would say this could be in the high 50s mid 60s but they got attack on a little bit because kubrick seventy nine eighty two eighty three is wide shut certified fresh and 74 73 of the people next up on the run from a bank robbery left several police officers dead george clooney and some other guy wind up at a place where vampires lift currency those the other guy over here and the movie selma hayek his in her underwear ninety ninety six's from dusk till dawn i love this this movie the fund movie there really isn't rose mcgown in this now i'll let sadly you're thinking of the terrible until sunset there's no no you're you're thinking of the horror hey esperanza what a stupid perhaps due to mexican director guide us all that rodriguez rig rugged town or whatever the stupid all everyone's smoking and it's raining all the time and that's a rose owner that rose mcgown death death she has now that it's it's not that peru's furthermore must denied any weight on selma's wearing a bikini by quick accounts is underpants but it'll were looking at i don't mind looking at it either grain emas.
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"The people have with reality us for so for many people who are out there functioning in society it's it's a very loose affiliation with reality just their takes on things you know they'll they'll here stuff like i think o j's innocent in our i just whatever their thoughts are they've this weird very tenuous relationship with reality also a common thread is the the other side of whatever interaction is whether his business transaction a personal interaction whatever it is the hope the other person or thing just goes away a deal with there all day every day and it's like yes whether i'm at the gate and you're looking at your clipboard and you're going now not tear heard and now not never here i know you think i'm gonna go high you gotta tried again you can get under the lot via don't try others put it in reverse i i'm had nowhere to hollywood senator to give it another shot thanks paramount like no i need to get on a lot of filming something like yes this just go away that's a common thread to think all right i'm going to make myself better feel better least we'll keep you posted with this first i'll tell you about how rotten tomatoes over here the game is brought to you by tommy john tommy john big news man brand new revolutionary wallet friendly underwear the fabric can go anywhere com speaking of travelling who roll this stuff up size of a soda can man maybe even smaller perfect it's perfect it's tommy john man enter the world of tommy john you'll never be disappointed everything i have that's tommy john great underpants are great the socks are great now they have these kind of.
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"You're listening to love with color you're on the air highly and longtime listener first time caller why in your professional opinion never take my calls off the air and carl yep that's carl that if we had a few dates everything was great thoughts well you know when you switch to geico you could see a lot of money on car insurance okay awesome you should call them i will gaiko because saving fifteen percent or more on car insurance is always the great answer it's time to check adams voicemail face man stupid very feared gutter richman poor million poor you having two or more women pregnant with your child at the same time you leaders some good beat running around public housing who knows the the the state's gonna take care of all your kids anyway or your some rich ball worth deployed some sort of professional sport and paying off another babies momma can make much of a different story what are you saying you can leave us a message at eight eight eight six three four one seven four four i like where this guy's heads s either your sim young brash black guy four fearsome young black crash blackout ladder lana range in there i were awaiting final airs waiting to sort out the andrea over there it's it's not looking good gotta fled the math again we're going to find out what's going on here to make a long story short we once again paying the adams flown.
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"Let me drill down on your sausage herman plea let's that's dig deep with the sauce it take your staff all right i just got back from a polish joint in minneapolis called the crammer chuck's we're going to write that down because i'm going to be up there for the super bowl and you a it's it's it's the best it's that that that it's all there for those who would they want the stuff cabbage you want the you want the sausage you get sauerkraut you can't get sauerkraut like los angeles you get the perot ghiz jeez and i mean he hit it goulash you get the goulash we just go through their me mike august said mike lynch you just load up on on everything the red crowd salad everything all the potatoes a stuff we could go on for a week oh i was like what's better stuff belt babar stuff cab at check out about get about eighty just as the best so august is loading up his plate we're going like family style he gets the sausage but he gets the killed bossa which is like that dark red brown raddan darker one and then he gets the brought the brought worse which is the kind of i think i'd like to pay its lighter beige year whatever i think i think it's i think it's got some mom veal or something it or whatever i tell him i much prefer the kill bossa the darker than the the light gnat is the correct and that's the correct choice he then does the mike august day what just like sort of thousand hear me or whatever then when we sit down at the table.
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"I i said qin what's easier for to turn in nfl quarterback into a major league pitcher vice versa and he said neither he cited if we i said i've talked with guys who can throw either i have a friend who throws high 90s but when he tries to throw football he can't even throw spyro with it not weird yeah you would you would think what do you think should we do a little but anyway have uniform talk with him he's got a lot of range in number two he went from ninety one when he was draft with the rant he now wears fifty six the two weird number for defensive linemen run it doesn't look right on a defence now you can let him know i said and you know and no apologies forthcoming on that point what do you wanna do here as you want to do a little wind play show the people of weighed in we set we contacted them and they have responded iin how with some wind played shows some upon further review what do you want to cape it's about let's do well when play show when play shell this one comes to us a right out of the gate that hard ball i women this is talk about throwing high heat here we go mark mcdonough on twitter asks when play show sausage bacon ham i will say this whom sausage you can have any one you putting number one position anytime you want for the rest of your life i i will say this number two once every two months the other one never again.
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"At oregon or where where now he was hidden in florida state then he went to oregon he shifted into being an offense of linemen but he he was drafted by the white sox now imagine this he was drafted as a a midnineties throw in lefty by the chicago white sox he issues their advances in favor of going to the chicago bears i may i sat with kawhi wants and i had him panay an apology no to the white sox imagine that in your own backyard like we drafted you but we're not good enough for you but the bears are not only that is there any body else other than nate newton who who is drafted as a pitcher now making that up four hundred new cowboys buddy that's how insane it is is there anybody else who put who pitched who played interior line i cannot address events of side of the by can imagine lane because when you see him now in present day kyle long is obviously built like an offense of lime and so it's him it's impossible to look at them and say like oh i could see aid being a wiry guy out there on the hump bring in the mid ninety seat totally never i mean i'm sure people listening could summon an example or too but i can't think of anybody you know maybe a catcher a third basement of first spaceman big dude kind of thing recovered pitcher lineman offense lineman nfl that's to keep our aim dropping i was talking to david car the first overall pick a ever for the houston texans and brother of charikar now star for the raiders of course and i it weird that their art.
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"And that we are very much in love with other some great brother tandems in the nfl ace and you know i love martell us and michael bennett everybody knows about the harbas everybody knows about the manning's these along style and you have one chris long coming up on taken me yeah you're gonna fall let me just say something else i have pretty good instincts with a win with this stuff you're gonna fall very much in love was one of the long brothers that they do that sort of thirty not thirty for thirty but sort of many dokki kind of thing where they went homeless for a couple of day that's chris and wandered the streets and all that kind of stuff at chris that very interesting yeah he's i mean less lesson he's as thoughtful a guy on ball i e in both senses of the word thoughtful a grass erents man he really i mean he really is and add the thing that if nothing else that you will be able to cape it's about till what's that their cows come home he has the is that he loves uniforms he and i go back and forth on the twitter about what len and he gets at all as he gets the facemask he understands that the la rams need that royal blue collar and all that but he also understands unlike most people like that the navy facemask disrupts the whole thing and needs the gray fast face mask to sing all you got down again famously can't away his brother kyle was a great pitcher.