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Fresh update on "adler" discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
"Recommendations to upgrade security at the Capitol includes a full time quick reaction force Man 24 hours a day utilizing military police from National Guard forces across the country. Other recommendations, and a draft report from retired General Russel Honore include mobile fencing options easily built up in deconstructed and a retractable fencing system to secure built the capital and office buildings. Recommendations for additional capital police officers and increased intelligence training. Capitol police are also requesting National Guard troops deployed to the capital remained for two more months of proposal the Pentagon is considering Carrot. Halpern, Fox News Police officer and Dallas has been charged with murder. Police chief Eddie Garcia says Brian Riser was arrested after a man came forward, claiming that riser ordered him to kill a man and a woman in 2017. We hire individuals from the human race, and when we find individuals such as this It's the actions that we take afterwards that we should be judged by we will hold ourselves accountable to the highest levels. Riser now on administrative leave, and chief Garcia says the process to fire him is being expedited. One of the country's larger drugstore chains now planning to offer more teachers the Corona virus vaccine, CVS Pharmacy now says that in the 17 states where it offers coronavirus vaccinations It will offer to inoculate teachers under the age of 50, The retail pharmacy chain says This is in accordance with guidelines published by the Federal Retail Pharmacy program, and it means the pharmacy will be offering vaccine to those younger than what most states air allowing via public health systems. Most states are still restricting the general public vaccine program to seniors or two people at risk. Due to preexisting conditions. Evan Brown Fox News on Jack Callahan. This is Fox News. His radio K L. B. J I'm John Cooley and topping Austin's News. The city of Boston officially apologizes for the role it had in disenfranchising blank Austinites. The City Council passes a resolution issuing that apology. Austin's mayor Steve Adler, says the city has made great strides recently to combat racism. But more needs to be done. It's gonna require from us to be intentional about addressing our history and righting the wrongs is the work. Saying black lives matter. The council's also directing the city manager, Talia Pal, the local community has been economically harmed and come up with a plan for a so called black embassy and waste funded caps and Austin can't be de clawed anymore. City Council approved a resolution that officially bans the medical practice for aesthetic reasons. You're next sauce energy bill will be a bit lighter. This go around is the utility reports, it's divvying out $10 credits to all customers. The utility has also waving new service installation piece for residents who had to move out. Damaged homes because of winter storm. Hurry Your kale. BJ Radar. Weather watch low 55 High 78 Get Austin News on demand in news radio K l b j com Let's get Doctor run late, but it looks so phony person. It's all right. This'll is coast to coast A. M with George Noory. In a moment. Dr Bruce Greyson joins us. His work is called after a doctor explores what near death experiences reveal.
US probing engine fires in nearly 1.9M Toyota RAV4 SUVs
"The government is looking into engine fires a nearly one point nine million Toyota Rav four SUVs while there's been no recall yet the national highway traffic safety administration began investigating after getting eleven fire complaints involving the twenty thirteen through twenty eighteen model years most of the fires happen when the cars are being driven but for took place with the engine off the agency says improper battery installation or front end collision repair was a factor NHTSA says the Rav four has a higher number of fire complaints in the battery area than comparable vehicles the Rav four is the top selling auto in the country that is in a pickup truck I'm Shelley Adler
Dallas mayor: Federal government and FEMA need to 'step up'
"Of people in Texas still under boil water orders and face long lines and empty store shelves. President Bion says he may come to Texas next week, but he doesn't want to be a burden as we recover from a week of extreme cold, and the president said he would make a decision at the start of next week. A mayor's of some of Texas's biggest municipality say they have a long cleanup ahead of them. Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson says the issues in his city or just getting started, and they need the federal government's help. Austin Mayor Steve Adler says What's happened in Texas shows the state needs to put more regulations in place on the power grid. I'm Carrie. Lucky
3 dead, 10 injured as North Carolina tornado levels homes
"A cold front help spawn the North Carolina tornado late Monday we had very minimal warning Conroe the emergency services director in Brunswick county we had a tornado warning for the National Weather Service that was broadcast but at that time the store put the was already on ground causing damage Conroe adds three people died in the seaside community of ocean Isle beach and ten were injured this is gonna be a lot of a hard work effort between clean up rebuilding and getting the the families back to a normal state of life I'm Shelley Adler
Kobe Bryant crash pilot disoriented in clouds, agency says
"The NTSB says the pilot in the Kobe Bryant crash was dis oriented in the clouds safety investigators say the pilot of Kobe Bryant's helicopter flew through the clouds in apparent violation of federal standards and likely became disoriented Robert some ball who's the chairman of the national transportation safety board said pilot all right so by and was flying under visual flight rules which means he needed to be able to see where he was going so by and piloted the aircraft to climb sharply and that nearly broke into the clouds when the helicopter banked abruptly and plunged into the hills below killing everybody on board I'm Shelley Adler
Weary postal workers hope Biden will bring new tone, change
"We re postal worker is recovering from the holiday surge you're hoping the new president will bring a new tone president Joe Biden does not have the power to hire or fire the U. S. Postmaster General but he can reshape the postal service board of governors through appointments and that's something American postal workers union president mark diamond steam would like to see people in the country are not getting the service that they are promised and deserve under the law the law says prop a Christian a fission and reliable service it needs to be fixed that needs to be fixed quickly and the new president can certainly play over a a role in that the postal service board of governors will meet Tuesday for the first time since the president's election I'm surely Adler
Biden gives Calif. woman pep talk in weekly address revival
"The debate over the covert nineteen relief bill continues former presidential candidate Pete booted judge now the transportation secretary says struggling Americans could use these funds I think it's really important that we are taking care of working families that's obviously something that is being discussed in in in this process going back and forth with Congress and and there needs to be robust support as for the Republican senator Roger wicker says the bill is too high given the outlook from the Congressional Budget Office the economic projections from this bipartisan group argue against something the the size of a one point nine trillion dollar package both wicker and booted judge appeared on ABC's this week Shelley Adler Washington
Toyota to Pay $180 Million Over Delayed Emissions Defect Reports
"Pay $180 million to settle the U. S government allegations that it failed to report and fix pollution control defects and its vehicles for a decade. We'll hear more from correspondent Shelly Adler reporting. Along with the settlement. Toyota also agreed to investigate future emissions related defects quickly and report them to the EPA in a timely manner. The Japanese company was accused in a government lawsuit of delays in filing 78 emissions defect reports as required by the Clean Air Act. In a statement, Toyota said it reported that problems to the EPA five years ago after finding a quote process gap that brought delays in filing the reports. Toyota is the third automaker in recent years to pay penalties for Clean Air Act violations, along with Volkswagen and Fiat Chrysler. I'm Shelly Adler, more
Toyota to pay $180M for failing to report emissions defects
"Toyota will pay one hundred and eighty million dollars to settle U. S. government allegations that it failed to report and fix pollution control defects it its vehicles for a decade along with the settlement Toyota also agreed to investigate future emissions related defects quickly and report them to the EPA in a timely manner the Japanese company was accused in a government lawsuit of delays in filing seventy eight emissions defect reports as required by the clean air act in a statement Toyota said it reported the problem to the EPA five years ago after finding a quote process gap that brought delays in filing the reports Toyota is the third automaker in recent years to pay penalties for clean air act violations along with Volkswagen and fiat Chrysler I'm Shelley Adler
Bars must close again in several central Texas counties
"Texas bars have been ordered shut down, and restaurants have been ordered to operate at half capacity that took effect this weekend. After at least 15% of Central Texas hospital beds were made up of covert patients for seven straight days. Austin's mayor Steve Adler, says You can still help out local businesses by shopping online or working with curbside delivery. Please try to support our local businesses, much as she can. If there's an opportunity that tip, please over tip Because those folks needed the same.
Lawmakers vow to investigate police after Capitol breach
"Lawmakers vowed to investigate yesterday security breach of the capital members of Congress want to look into how much a lack of preparedness allowed a mob to occupy and vandalize the capital in an interview with MSNBC representative Val Demings a former Florida police chief said it was quote painfully obvious that the capitol police were not prepared another democratic congressman Tim Ryan of Ohio suggested there could be leadership changes for the capitol police who were in charge of Congress they ended up having to turn to other law enforcement for help with the mob that overwhelmed the complex and sent lawmakers into hiding I'm Shelley Adler
NCAA to play all 67 March Madness men's games in Indiana
"All games in the men's NC double a basketball tournament will be played in Indiana after being wiped out last year due to cope with nineteen the NC double a has announced that all sixty seven men's basketball games including the final four will be played entirely in Indiana there will be games on two courts inside Lucas oil stadium but it'll be one contest at the time there are other venues in the state that will be used as well but most contests will be played in Indianapolis no word yet on how many fans may be allowed inside the venues I'm Shelley Adler
In a first, Congress overrides Trump veto of defense bill
"Congress overrides president trump's veto of the defense bill it was the first veto by lawmakers since president trump took office nearly four years ago the user eighty one the nays are thirteen two thirds of the senators voting quorum being present having voted in the affirmative the bill on reconsideration is past the objection to the president of the United States to the contrary not withstanding any extraordinary new year's day session the Republican controlled Senate easily turned aside the veto lawmakers dismissed trump's objections to the seven hundred and forty billion dollar bill and handed the president a stinging rebuke weeks before his term comes to an end Shelley Adler Washington
The Latest: Curfew-defying ravers in France attack police
"At least three states are reporting residents with covered nineteen cases from the new virus strain that was first seen in England Florida health authorities have reported finding evidence of the latest U. S. case of the new and apparently more contagious coronavirus strain first seen in the UK they said it was detected in the man with no recent travel history the strain has also been discovered in Colorado and California and top experts say it's probably already spreading elsewhere in the United States the country's death toll from covert nineteen according to Johns Hopkins University was just under three hundred and forty six thousand to start the new year I Shelley Adler
The Latest: Novavax's COVID vaccine to be studied in the US
"The vaccine rollout continues this week New Jersey governor Phil Murphy was at a long term care facility in old bridge long term care facilities across the entire nation and certainly here had been crushed by covered nineteen they are born outside as burden of this pandemic Georgia governor Bryant camp but a long term care facility in Gainesville announced extra incentive for getting the vaccine each frontline worker who's vaccinated receive a waffle house gift card and if that doesn't get you in line I don't know what will hi Shelley Adler
Retailers brace for flood of returns from online shopping
"There are no happy returns for retailers this holiday season online holiday sales may have been booming thanks to cope at nineteen but shoppers are expected to return twice as many items as they did last year retailers are gonna be faced with a lot more returns this year and are working through the challenges of how to manage the operations on the costs David Bassett because the global co leader of AlixPartners retail practice the consumer therefore a lot of flexibility with purchasing multiple items sizes colors or just you know different options and then knowing that they have the flexibility to return at one online analyst says on average people return twenty five percent of items they buy online compared with only eight percent of what they buy in the stores I'm Shelley Adler
California becomes first state to pass 2 million COVID-19 cases
"California's become the first state in the union to record two million confirmed coronavirus cases. California health officials say the grim milestone of two million covert 19 cases is related to Thanksgiving gatherings. More than 18,000 people are hospitalized in many of the state's intensive care units are filled. Dr. Jim Keeney is an emergency physician at Mission Hospital. Biggest challenges just taking care of all these patients, you know, on any given day, most emergency to part Mints are already bursting at the seams. Jenny Carrillo is a charge nurse at Holy Cross Hospital. I look into the eyes of someone who's struggling to breathe. Who's struggling to, you know, get well. They want to be home with their families. Los Angeles County is leading the surge, accounting for one third of the state's covert 19 cases. I'm surely Adler
Stimulus checks of $600 are coming — here's who will get one
"$2.4 trillion spending package. Everybody keeps calling it a $900 billion relief packages. $2.4 trillion spending package includes $900 billion in Corona virus relief eyes what it is so it's part of a bigger package also meant tol keep the government open. Which makes it more sticky, I guess for lawmakers not to sign it, but we were talking. Before the break there got the $25 billion and rental assistance for millions of families struggling to stay in their homes during the pandemic. Now they had been in an eviction moratorium. That was poised to sunset at the end of the year was gonna end and they've extended The only extended it for a month. Now they can't keep extending that stuff. You know, it's kind of funny, but he's saying, although the ritual Adler the money's landlords make their money that's their revenue stream. Is that you pay rent, and then they make their house payment and then hopefully at the end of the You know, when all is said and done, they have a bunch of properties that they can sell them. They can go retire. That's the goal of a lot of people, especially lot of people who want a lot of properties, homes and the like, and they have been able to collect rent. And they haven't been able to evict anybody, which means they haven't been able to make their house payments. So they're running into problems, too. So to extend this for only a month and add about $25 billion in rental rental assistance to it, That's I don't see how things balance out there. I think they're hoping for a lot of happiness. But that's one of the things in this. That That leads me to believe that this is not the last stimulus bill because if he if they think that they're going to put $25 billion on the table, and they're only going to extend the eviction moratorium until January, 31st the country's not opening back up. Completely. My other sister in law who works in retail, and she's not back to work yet and isn't even on the list to go back to work yet you still technically an employee, but she's not on the list to go back to work yet. So if they think they're gonna extend things on Lee until the 31st, which is literally one month From the last in the last election moratorium, and then I don't see how that's going to work. I have to do something else or provide some more money. Otherwise, how much people gonna get kicked out on the street and trust me? They're not gonna allow that to happen. We're gonna do everything in our power to keep that from happening under Biden's watch unless they can find a way to blame it on Trump, and this may be what does that by the way? They might be able to say well trouble. He signed this thing, and now we're trying to work and that's the way it goes now. The legislation notably excludes two of the thorniest issues which have plagued negotiations for months, funding for state and local governments. And a liability shield for businesses against court. Coronavirus. Really that lawsuit, the 11th hour deal that would reach last night comes after days of meetings on Capitol Hill. Between all the power players there. There's some other issues here is well. They're talking about where they're trying to figure out when the check will arrive when you're going to get the payment now. Mnuchin Treasury Secretary's sexually Steve Mnuchin said today that he expects Americans will start receiving the stimulus checks as early as next week. Everything will get, you know has to get voted on and sign still, But if it does, the last process took over a month or maybe a couple of months. I think in March When everybody acted and see that your first round of payments wasn't acted on March 27th and taxpayers direct deposit information was already on fire with the areas. They started receiving their payments in mid April, so it's a couple of weeks. Um, And if they've got your direct deposit information already in play, then if you do if you're not one of the don't think that many people did, but received an actual paper check. I don't know why you would do that if you didn't have to. But a lot of people still don't trust the magic of computers. So that's a possibility there. But they according to Mnuchin, they could start receiving the stimulus money as early as next week now. The only wrench of that that I could see is the people who have aged into it, or, you know, moved into the receiving of things during this past year during the past nine months, they're the only people that could be a hitch for that, too. But for everybody else, like May I got money. Um And I got 1200 bucks. My wife and I got 2400. I think in a little bit for my son. He gave me for my daughter. That was a funny thing. My daughter was a sophomore in college. 19 years old. She was 20 by then so 20 years old. We have nothing for her, And I don't think she got anything. So there was like a vacuum there a little hole of people who didn't get it, but everything they already have the information. So like, you know, everybody is gonna get money and I imagine I'll still get something It could be in there next week that the payments In the bill will be the second round of direct payments that the Congress has made again for the first run. In March. People got $1200 per adult and $500 per child s O. It's about half what you would have gotten last time. Around, and that's another thing. I don't see. I don't really get is that the last round People couldn't pay the rent couldn't buy food because they couldn't work couldn't make a built bill payments, insurance payments and like on nothing's gotten better, really. Overall, some things have gotten a better Some people have gone back to work. But overall, not much has gotten better. So we're gonna be the less money. We're gonna get people half Again. These air things. This is the cynic in me. On. I just look at things like this, and I got another message. You know they're messing around, and the Senate committee is looking at this and saying Not much has gotten better. We're still months and months and months away from everything turning backed away. It's too the way it's supposed to be two life getting back to some semblance of normal. Out there. So we're gonna get people half assed, much money that says to me that they are banking on at least one more stimulus, probably more if things don't get back back to normal until probably the fall. If you're going
"adler" Discussed on Apocalypse...Now?
"Get the latest episodes directly into your inbox. The link will be in our show notes and we will be starting to stream live on twitch we have a twitch channel and we will be streaming live tapings of our shows and we are doing a live taping a v. h. smash. Yes that happening. It is a thing that's actually going to come to fruition Because tuesday at noon we will be talking about the film basket case and by we. I mean a big willie get silly aka will martinez and i are going to do a deep dive into the cult classic basket case. So if you haven't seen it yet it's onto before free it's a gem if you're bored and you're you're done watching whatever you have on hulu go checkout basket case and then subscribe to apocalypse podcast network on twitch tv and that link will be in the show notes. We're going to start doing that very frequently in two thousand twenty one so make sure you subscribe to that you know when this lockdowns started. I debated decorating my house with a mix of halloween and christmas decorations to lighten my mood. Oh well that was a bad idea. And i'm really happy. I didn't follow through with it because we are approaching a year in lockdown. And i think having all of those christmas lights up would've driven me insane by this point. But i haven't been able to you know with all the things i'm doing a my time and my energy. I haven't decorated for christmas in my house yet. I love doing it. I used to have a hot pink. Christmas tree when i lived in philadelphia and lady gaga was on top. Yeah i made a barbie look like a lady gaga outfit. So that was my christmas tree for multiple years. I love multicolor lights I i don't know what kind of golf i am. But i've definitely grown soft in my old age and i've started to really enjoy the holiday season. I hate going into debt every year. But i do like giving people gift. So that's the curse that we have with this holiday is in. I guess you could say that. I've fallen into the if you can't beat them join them category when it comes to christmas and i really wish i could film some word on the street content. I wish i could go out. Talk to people and put a video together and put it online to to showings. I really i miss doing that. It's a lot of fun. It's an area of comedy that i enjoy and that i've been doing it for so long that it's something that i can just hop into and you know after this we've been getting some news about vaccines. Maybe twenty twenty one can start leaving the house and doing content like that again. But you know if only i was making an income off of my creativity anyway. This is such a good episode. Our guest this week is what keeps me podcasting. The reason why. I like interviewing people and i wish we could have done that face to face. And i'm sure we will be face to face in the future when we can. But i love talking to hilarious and talented people and dylan adler certainly checks. Both of those boxes I saw him perform on The twitch channel the delivers make sure you follow the verse on twitch and check out the shows that are on there I watched dylan perform. And i'm sure we all have zoom fatiguing and we've seen a lot of different entertainment whether it be plays or stand up through resume but watching dylan perform was something completely different. I was supposed to edit my podcast. And instead i stumbled onto seeing dylan performance ended up watching the full hour instead of doing my work. So kudos to you dylan. It's very hard for anyone to do that to me. At but anyway what is dylan do. He's a comedian a musician. I love music. That makes me laugh and makes me forget how terrible everything is around us and i also love music. That makes fun of musical theater. And dylan does both of those things. He's a talented musician. Who is really hilarious and points out absurdities in the industry and in the culture of being in theater. And i'm all for that so we recorded this interview just before thanksgiving but it's a great conversation and i was laughing while i was editing it so i'll catch you back here after you listen to it and you're going to enjoy his. Show this episode with your friends if people are like. Hey do you have any good podcast. Episodes share this one. Because it's it's really good and you're gonna enjoy yourselves. Here is my interview with dylan. Adler i just appro added on zoom so much in the past few months. It's are you tired of it yet. i personally yes. I'm tired of like a you know. Because sometimes i do when i was in new york i was doing outdoor shows and then there was like assume show which i do like some of them are really cool. But not the same yeah. It's really hard to do comedy with no audience. Because you're not getting that feedback. But when i saw you unlit. I was the most fun that i've seen on zoom alma. Everyone thank you so much. I appreciate it. I love about live super like will is like do. Whatever you all like improvised like go off like how fun and i was like. That's what made it really funny. Think and your humor and the talent and the music that you bring to your performance really is something different than your normal comedy zoom standup schtick. Thank you so much. I appreciate it in washington. I'm i did theater all high school college. And i just totally related to your amazing you. You're you studied music composition at nyu stein hard and you had the alan menken scholarship research before i you on kazoo. Super impressed i. Yeah that was really. The program that i was in was like alan mankin was an alumni of our program. So he like. He gives a scholarship to a music composition. And every two years and so i am. He basically just submit some songs in pieces in he he listens to them and i was really lucky to be able to get the scholarship and then a couple of years later meet him which was like he's just one of my. He's one of my heroes like he wrote. Hercules wrote pocahontas. He wrote the music too little mermaid and little shop of horrors. He what am i literally so. I almost like fainted meeting him. Oh my god. Yeah like all of my favorites so where you really heavily influenced by like disney and like those those types of musicals i would say will i mean like very childhood nostalgia factor to those musicals. I was very influenced by little shop of horrors very influenced by the score to I tried to learn all the songs of hercules. Because they're my favorite. But i was also really influenced by stephen schwartz wicket and tip in oh to learn all of those songs because those those are some of my favorites to everyone needs to learn corner in. The sky is great. I want it so perfect. Destroy go home and a half at all and it's like it's a great one. I think they did that in ryan. Murphy's show on netflix. Six the politician. I think he sang that whole. Oh we're doing the whole song of what did you think of. The i've heard mixed things actually only heard bad things about the politician. I mean you go into it. And you know it's ryan murphy and then you can just be like all right. Let's just watch this guy. New murphy blinder okay. I mean we've all built up like an american. Horror story is not what it was in the first season i would hit. Yeah yeah we all have we all kind of like like What's it called a tolerance like neuro receptors murphy. Do you feel like some kind of that. Blocker in that tolerance is being built up with everyone and the pandemic and locked down.
Anthony Fauci expected to meet with Joe Biden's transition team Thursday
"This is a probably the most fraudulent election that anyone's ever seen. President elect Joe Biden and Dr Anthony Fauci are scheduled to hold a teleconference today. I'm looking forward to it, it likely will be the first of a Syriza's of normal type of transition undertaking, she says. Normal transition items such as the state of vaccines and the overall Corona virus pandemic are on the agenda. A central Texas mayor regrets vacationing in Mexico while telling people to avoid travel due to the coronavirus, I know that in my position, I need to send a clearer message. I'm sorry I took that trip. It was a lapse in judgment, and I want you to know that I apologize. Austin Democratic Mayor Steve Adler says he didn't violate any coronavirus health orders When he traveled in early November after his daughter got married. The mayor admits to being worried the trip could be used to justify risking Behavior. Ah, volunteer at the Big Cat Rescue made famous by the Netflix series. Tiger King is recovering after a gruesome attack today, officials say the volunteer at the tap of facility nearly had her arm ripped off while feeding
"adler" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"For just insane ness. Maybe you missed what the mayor said. Is Mayor Adler, I believe is his name. Steve Adler. Oh, this is just precious. The thrust of the most important message is trying to get out to the community right now is that our numbers are increasing. Everybody has to be aware of that. And then we need to, you know, stay home. If you can do everything we can to try to keep the numbers down. This is not the time T relax. He said this while on vacation. In Mexico. E don't know why That's my hypocrisy. Music. It's the theme from Baretta. He's on vacation, telling you to stay at home. And now is not the time to relax. How does that work? How could that possibly work? Why would we ever listen to this fool? The first time I really became aware of Steve Adler's when he came out to endorse people to judge and then I became aware of Steve Adler when he was doing such a bad job in Austin, Texas, is mayor that the governor had to take over because of the homeless issue. Who would listen to Steve Adler? They should physically throw him out of office. Then, um You've got not. This is not Mayor Garcetti. In this case, this is the mayor of San Jose San Ricardo. What did he say that he and his wife? Went to his parent's house for an outdoor meal with seven other people from five households. You mean you got together for Thanksgiving? I'm.
"adler" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch
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"adler" Discussed on The Leo Affects:
"Gentlemen. Welcome back to the leo effects today. I'm joined by a super special guests. She's got some really interesting stuff going on right now and we're gonna talk about rainy much everything that we can live in this thirty minute timeframe but please allow me to introduce my guests for this evening. Shayna adler and we're going to talk about her album. Wander how are you tonight. I'm doing very very good now. That i'm here with you and sitting down and getting away from the outside world few rights. Well there you go any excuse to sit down. I suppose god yes. You've been extremely busy lately and you know especially from last year into this year. And you know we've had this whole lockdown coming out of lockdown corn teens. All this good stuff is that been. You know really taking its toll on you. Musically it has changed a lot of things. I would say the big positives. Give me time to actually finish this album 'cause i was touring a lot last year. Not only with my own band but with a bigger band that i tore manage for so It was really strange to all the sudden. Stop in you know and and reevaluate priorities and what i could work on. I should be working on and you know and just trying to stay sane. Also i think because. I'm in los angeles so i mean there is definitely a lot of things closed immediately and was really difficult to figure out how to rearrange also day job. Is you know other than being really a fulltime artist because it really is fulltime but I'm i'm an audio engineer. At a recording studio in and so a lot of things changed for us immediately. You know we We had entire six weeks. obsessions dropped. Which was really hard and luckily we had our. We could work on my stuff You know partner at the studio stopped and we stay busy but this whole thing really blindsided us in so many ways absolutely knew when you work with your band and you're putting everything altogether. Do you all record your parts remotely and then try and put it all together or do usually try and get on zoom. 'cause i've heard that doesn't work at all you know. I haven't been my my life dan. You know we've been texting here and there but we haven't really been doing anything together The majority of my record was done. Just using session guys on the my contacts from working at a studio and But it was done very slowly. Some of it was done remotely mostly drums especially during the time of the year when i needed to go back and do more drum parts but it all started as laptop demos and i made in logic. Almost every song on the record with started that way The few things we tried to cut live with the band in the studio it did not work..
"adler" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"Know. The weight of sugar. And fat in the bread product must not be more than two percent of the total weight of flour and dough. But the go baker subway sandwiches has a sugar content ten times ten percent the weight of its flower content ten percent instead of two percent how many experiments they have to do they're like, I think we can add more sugar. I think we could add more sugar like how many? Breads did they make until they were like? Doesn't like candy but. What is a Pixie stick? In between a coke and like a strawberries though perfect sugar amount. You can't call him read. That's McDonald's food mic coffee. You know that saw coffee you really should everybody just take a moment to see the world around and how ridiculous it is and go. Why aren't I just doing what I want Follow Your Dreams Stop Holding your breath, stick out your belly. It's not fat shaming yourself just live your life. Don't Adler singer Song about following your dreams got okay. The some times by Spill Habanero in my you re Thura and I'm like. I should stop comedy and become a serious dramatic actor. Thank you I didn't even know. I Dylan either you can follow online. The twitter account is Dylan Adler six by the way. What if that's just with his voice? Ma. INSTAGRAM. Dylan Adler underscore gives you time to think about it. I like that. And the website is Dylan ATHERE DOT COM. Always a pleasure. Always good to see you I'm glad you're alive. But the fighting the hot sauce. What do you do now put on like? An Apron, you're getting an X ray. How do you prepare when you eat a Burrito? When ate a burrito now I don't eat it on my lap I i. don't I. Don't like fuck with salsa on my lap anymore or that kind of hot hot also. Okay. But it's still worth it. Right? It's so good. It's okay. Now we know now. Use. The. Table. Okay. That's what you use it for. Okay. That's how you do. Okay. Yeah. Right Tomorrow's the Big Day silent trailers come knows about ace Ventura. So it should go pretty seamlessly and a venture to possibly a third one but who knows, okay, what was the second call Ace Ventura when still petting still? Still heading So excited they enormous. It's going to be a lot of fun but get duck get your ticket free through VIP Keith Girl. Dot Com slash VIP, and while you're there at the dashboard seeing everything, you'll see that you can download the Keith Maguire Roast for free the to our QNA's session the last week with Bianca Brady summing up the week the silent trailers the first one we ever did in quarantine a lot of fun with Mike Lawrence and Christian Finnegan. It's all right there and Dylan was our surprise guest for the roast was. Fun He wrote a song for the roast everyone very specifically, Keith Andrea but very much. To the two people I knew little keith impression. Little. One There was a wardrobe changed. The sleeveless tops that trying to. I don't even sound like that. All right. Good. Bye. Have a good weekend..
"adler" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"Keith. Go began march seventh two, thousand and five, and for over fifteen years they have been in endless amount of mind-blowing hilarious. Angry said and simply say moments each year since two thousand eight we've compiled the segments that the audience noted as their favorites and recorded the cat nominations these episodes let you hear your favorite segment from the years favorite guests the audience then voted on their favorites in the winters episodes lets you hear the phone calls that we made to that year's champion. So there's eleven years of awards twenty, two extended episodes all at that link Keith Dot com slash awards. I very proud of it and the Dylan did an excellent job being part of the the very last and I I liked that we put of all things, Keith and the girl dot com slash awards usually people put the awards that they won and we're in the podcasting hall of fame. We won people's choice like. I love that were like, no just listen to our. Don't worry we. WanNa Award. We'll put that somewhere else in our life. Just here's the show. To the source. Dylan let me start right away I. Love Your Love Your twitter account. You know that everybody can follow Dylan Adler six than the music's okay. That's and I see speaking of this pandemic swine flu and it made my whole Middle School class noticed me for once and for one day I was a star. Thank you swine flu. That's right. Now it didn't. It didn't become a racial thing like all the Asian kid swine flu. Thing it was more like Oh my God don't swine. Let's this is so crazy I hope he doesn't die WHOA and I was so unmemorable and unpopular that was like to hear my brother was still in school and he was like everyone was like talking about like to think that people were talking about me was like Oh, my God. Thank you were like Ferris Bueller that day by the time that. Around you if there was a gofundme at that time. I was half Asian Harris Bueller like twelve years old I was I felt I felt like a star. I remember I've ever been in high school and I would see couples which looking back. But. I would see couples fighting and I would think. I can I at least have that you had a slap in the face of them like. Why can't I have that I know I used to do that I still remember like people being cute with each other and unlike. That Fun if somebody let me be cute with them, like Ohio, and like push them on the shoulder like an asshole I wanted that I wish somebody would pick me up and we'd go on a date and what the what the fuck is a date who's picking you up in high school and where are you going honestly unless you're Tracy Carnegie Bet she got a lot of. Pick you up and we go on a date I. Feel I. Feel for her I. There is like there's this couple that would always make out next to my locker. Luther just like I. I was like how do backpack that was half my body wages picking my while they would make out next to me. It was like I was I was so jealous. Yeah. That's just like the movies or TV shows where you know the door goes. that's my locker that you're making out in front of. Can you take that somewhere else? Impression of me. Yeah. That's how I. I had. Yeah. We're not allowed to do that voice anymore and I would go to my locker a couples making I just start whacking off The thing is about like teenagers and making out that's pretty much what they're doing for a long time. So them make out sessions are long like adults just go like you know, and then every once in awhile like the make out sections need to lead to sex. So it's not really like watching adults make out as much unless it's a a first or second date, and that's why zirk season I decided to break the taboo. Public. Now, that is our mask. Tweet it out the next white man with an Asian girlfriend who stares me down on the L. Train I'm chopping off as man bun you. Do you feel like you're getting you're getting the looks like look what I got. Yes I always feel that especially when it's like a white guy with an Asian girlfriend, is this look like ha ha you can't steal my girl she's not GonNa date. One of you she's like Ha I have the so it's always that kind of energy. That again, it always makes me so angry. I hear that in your voice, you're very angry maybe angry I can be if you don't watch out boy GonNa Steal Your girlie need puffy if you don't watch out. Of It you love you love the woman vagina. Right you love. Thank you better. Watch out. Steal your girl you white man. I know where to find her female clitoris. Exactly. He tweeted it out story I can't talk I'm busy eating, ass that's me explained to a friend I can't talk 'cause I'm busy eating, ass. Yes. That was A. That didn't really happen I just thought why not why not tweet this wasn't a true story. Are. You. Are you busy eating, ass? I haven't had sex in two years actually, but I used to be I used to be very sexually adventurous and that would be true for me like maybe like in the earlier times but I actually I've I've never eaten asked before. Me Neither. Are, you traumatized sex style or it just worked out that way? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Just like still kind of like dealing with some things in that's what I'm doing for me like right now but like I'm not like. I'm not not open to the idea of like having it in the future just like as of right now it's not even like. A priority I can just masturbate. Honestly it's a good time to Tanada us because our friend newsy stayed and got gonorrhea and I mean that's the good news he doesn't have. Yeah Oh. Good. Good good. Way. I'd just drip enough. It was good. You cut me off. My friend eight asks and got strep because it didn't agree with her body. I decided that eating ass is not going to agree with my body or my face same I'm a little. They need a little scared of it. Actually me too. I'm highly uncomfortable with it and they know that people are so comfortable. It's like first thing you know and I I don't think I could ever do it. They make a special room give out what's in the ASS..
"adler" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"Welcome to Keith and the girl I'm Keith. Malley I'm. Just. Invited to a midnight birthday party as you can the yeah. That's nice. Nice Here's a quote from the invite. Adobe. A fair amount of people, but we'll all have masks. I have a mask. While I. can't make it because I'm I'm I already plan the Spitting Party at my house with friends. Well, I can't make it because I live in a closet now right under wrote. Sorry I'm Corentin and what do you think people here when you say that I, I actually thought of not sending that just in case it sounded snotty like I'm sorry I'm quarantine. I don't know if you know this, but there is a pandemic, but that is the reason I really wish. I could go but I am quarantined. Everybody's supposed to be the pro I expect the personal right back. Oh, sorry to hear. Well, we'll be over here and mass like I'm sure drinks won't be flowing midnight. will be having masks invited to several things at this point and I always feel like a jerk like there was somebody who reached out after a while and like Kay I live in your neighborhood now like well, I live anywhere really doesn't matter but I'll have coffee on zoom with you Google me any platform you want just not the platform where we sit next to each other it happened again, the other day somebody says Oh do you WANNA hang out? What are your covert rules like their CNN's roles? The Rabi sees rules. Those are the rules I'm going by you know what? I? You gotTa love today's guest Steve already been clear about that and they said, hey, we'll talk about the town hall meetings that we're just on TV and he says, Oh, I didn't see him I said you know what? Who cares rogue die soon anyway, to have a fucking opinion I want you to describe what they were wearing just just not time for fact, checking and Owens by Thursday. Anyway. Let me tell you some. That's GONNA. Keep you sane in the meantime Keating girl week the events we did in April are now available I'm talking to Keith and the girl roast I'm talking silent trailers chew in a the live last week on Keith and the girl week with Bianca. Brady. Here's what Richard says. Richard says. Thank you for making Keith. McGraw weeks shows available. I wasn't able to watch the shows live in April. I'm watching all the shows in order. You have to, right? Yeah. I know. So you don't Miss Yep they all I kind of reference, each other I would start with one roast. So I saw so far I saw the roast and actually yelled, yes out loud when I saw Dylan Adler on the screen Kweisi did bill did not disappoint his impression of Keith was the best little rude. Oh, my God is impression of Keith Oh, my God. You know if everybody didn't say how much they loved them, that would have been the end of the him for sure. I've been walking around seeing Keith and the girl please bring back Dylan on the show and tell him that I'm in love. The entire roast was better than I imagined than I. Have a great imagination. Looking forward to watching the rest. Thank you your fan VIP member for Life Richard then pregnancies but Dylan can call me Dick. That's weird way to sexually harass them. Yeah. We'll get Keith Gerwig shows four free as Keith McGraw VIP member log in at Keith McGill, dot com slash VIP. Okay. And keep this in mind I need your support tomorrow for silent trailers. We're doing it again I'm up against let's see Laurie Kilmartin Chris from comedy film nerds. He did that ear buds movie that were featured in and this guy does not the but watch movies, right? Yeah. He's. He knows everything about every director every movie company whatever the you know the lion one and the white, the one where they're fishing on a moon. While you you're picking some things up, I'm come up. Yeah,.
"adler" Discussed on A Beautiful Mess Podcast
"Where my con- Kinda concept like say yes to everything started and I, think it's on a business level. Say Yes to everything because he just kind of want to hoover up each and every dollar you possibly can. And even if that means spending more time and energy on your work like I used to work and all day every day seven days a week because I was just trying to hoover up each and every dollar I could get my hands on the other thing I think about saying, yes to everything is in a world in which people are very very presh- about their brands, which I even hate the word brand but people are sort of very press about like what they're doing. They're like, well, this doesn't really like. Completely. It's doesn't really like compute with my brand like You know I'm GonNa Jack I'm just like shut up just you know don't be so precious about your ideas, your intellectual property, your property like just don't. Don't be precious be prolific, and this is the idea. Advice I hope everyone takes us to heart especially people who are business owners growing their own business because it is so helpful and it's true that it's good to be snobby. But maybe not in the beginning, maybe that's not a good way to get started. So I love this advice. Yeah I think don't be snobby in the beginning the middle or the end. I'll tell you what like I was at a trade show about five years ago and I was looking for somebody to manufacture. Some would would chairs and I found this. Young up and coming designer whose name I won't mention and they had an incredible like skillset like they've made furniture by hand in Pennsylvania and there was some stuff techniques. They did that sort of just exactly what I was looking for albeit with my own designs, not their designs and I said to them like, Hey, you know I'm me I have stores I wanNA. Do you know are you interested in doing private label products using the techniques that you've developed Blah Blah? Blah and they said No, we don't really WANNA work with other people right now we're really focused on building our own brand. and. Of. Course never to be heard from again. And I think you know it was it was a time where like I'm sure they saw me as some sort of a big fish who's trying to like rip them off which, of course, I wasn't but I think that they. Instead of saying like sure sounds great. Let's do this and kind of seeing where it evolves and what happens. Instead they were treating there again they're they're work their techniques there. Did it in a very, very precious and constrained almost like selfish way and it's like you Kinda gotta release that just try and do everything anything everything just always be moving moving new new new like don't be crush a prolific. That's beautiful. Nicely, have that same the same type of experiences with our APP company quite a bit and I think that there are often. Far greater benefits to being open to collaborating than to not being opened. So. You don't treat it as a zero sum game like I think a lot of people especially young people think that people are like have nefarious motives or they're out to rip them off and that's that happens of course, and I joined the course of my business garage had a lot of really gnarly experiences early on where people didn't pay me or exploited or whatever. But you know I, Kinda just dust my shoulders up off and keep on moving because you can't hold on to that you gotTA. Try, and imagine the law of averages will be in your favor and just like keep doing more mon saying yes to everything. Don't be Presh-. Beautiful. Okay. So I have a few flash questions that I wanted to ask you interest random stuff that I am so curious about. So do you have a favorite seventies movie? ooh, that's like Sophie's Choice For me a seventy movie the way because there's so many seventies movies on love from. Cod I, mean the graduate, the conversation clute. Probably the graduate. was that the seventies sixties we'll say the seventies. Yat, it's definitely on the edge. If not might fever I mean the seventies golden era what is your favorite design? If you had to choose between a kitchen, a living room bedroom bathroom. Living Room. Through. Yeah. Okay. You can kind of tell. What is your favorite place to buy art? ooh. Favorite place to buy heart. Don't. Really. I mostly by art from people. No. That's that's really lovely. I'm. Not. I because I live in New, York City, and because I'm kind of in the design world of attained a modicum of success I know a ton of like super billionaire art collectors rose like going to are awesome a hate that I would never want to become that human. Now I think it's very cool to collect are from people. You know my mom's a painter and some of my best friends do weavings. So we have a bunch of stuff like that or House John. Shaw yet Mike Pop my dad who unfortunately died twenty. One years ago but he he was a lawyer, but he was a passionate artist. That's what he spent all his time doing that of his life's. All Harry Inspiring Jamaa to grow up with a dad who was brought in artists. That wonderful in do you have a go-to quarantine speed? So during quarantine is become a true prairie woman like I found inner resources of homemaking in craftiness that I never even knew existed and so every single night I craft A. Haute. Couture meal for my husband Simon or at least I say it's for him. It's really for me and my. Recipe that I have been doing a lot lately as like a shrimp and asparagus risotto was Ron. Already. But Qatar. And takes a lot of time in the sort of very. All consuming. Yeah. MSN that reside always her favorite date night at home because you can kind of like hang out while you're making it and its license hang out in the kitchen type of vibes so. Yet kind of does that same improvisational feel like those. Those are the moments not not to wax spiritual but in the same like a house to feel slightly improvised I, do think though sort of unexpected moments like making risotto can be the best times. That's so wonderful. I love it. I. Full disclosure. Simon. And I have been married for over twenty five years. It ain't like like hang out Chitty chat while I make Rosado. It's me like headphones in listened to podcasts trying to like ignore him pretend he's not even there. That's that's who I am. Can Be both right. Only. Are The cutest couple. Oh, I did have one more. Okay. If I was going to read my first Simon. Book what would you suggest for my first one? Oh, my God again, Sophie's choice because my husband who unfortunately is within earshot right now. Is A and I don't want him to hear this but. What's up? Well he has a new book coming out this fall called how to be yourself that I read a sneak preview of its just unbelievably brilliant as all of his books are so read that obviously, and then if you WanNa do a deep dive into the Dune Cannon I, think his chef de is beautiful people, which is a comic memoir about his truly gasoline Dickensian Childhood in Post War England, which is. To, be average, person would just be like truly upsetting that he somehow manages to make it hilarious and Rye Bald and inspiring and mostly hilarious So beautiful people is a truly brilliant i. hate the fact that he can hear me say that but reap beautiful people in rehabbing yourself. Okay I'm going to link to both of those shots as well as. becks all the home tours especially, every couple personal favorites. You can also follow Jonathan at John Adler on instagram and shop beautiful things.
"adler" Discussed on A Beautiful Mess Podcast
"Of random Tattoo advice and how to decorate home is truly you on any budget if you've listened for a while, you know I am a true diehard Jonathan Adler ran and after you listened to episode, I think you will. Be Too. So I am such a big fan of you. I feel like we're already BFF's because they love palm springs I look pottery puppies, rast maccarone. You're happy chic books were basically my Bible when we were designing our first home and a kind of padded spiritual experience. The first time a wit to Norma's at the Parker inspire pottery lining all the walls since bowl much for coming under podcast and it's just a treat. is so sweet. So good for the EGO, and is my absolute pleasure to be here. On. So excited I've been really doing your j. a day with J.. So, what it is is it's kind of a little video series they're doing from quarantine doing it all on Igt. And, you're sharing some favorite objects from your home. Yes. It's something that might vary adorable husband Simon Dune and I have been doing albeit very sporadically like the kind of slackers that we are. In which we kind of dissect some of my. like some my favorite piece of pottery and textiles and upholstery like whatever is in front of me at that very moment. We kind of just lean into it and it's Berry. Fun For me to get to contemplate my work and SORTA remember why I love it. Why did it and share my inspiration in tips? That's magical. So I learned from. Your home or one of your many home tours that your shelter island home is actually not bench age which I was so shocked and I just moved to a home built in the nineteen nineties last week and I'm hoping to make it very seventies. So I was wondering if you could give me some tips on how to kind of give an era where there wasn't one, there are some tips I think that a I'm always on kind of sheet rock patrol. I am not the hugest fan at least when we built our house. I was not the hugest fan I sorta said. The one rule for this House that the wall textures all need to be interesting. So no sheet rock we have kind of rough wood cladding inside we have cedar ceilings that are sort of stained look Mahogany and they're far enough away that they look like Mahogany albeit cheaper we have brick. So I, think that I, really think sheet rock can be the biggest tell. Houses. Good Point. I love that I have a cam lights problem like. Single Room is covered in them. So that's something that I'm so excited to address and kind of bring in like chandeliers does rooms that don't even have a chandelier. Can you believe what? Yeah, we're thing and I thought I had problems. Question when you say Ken, like you mean insect cans. Okay. I'll show you. So the you see that. Those little alien saucers are covering the ceiling. Of, our entire home in every room mill. Sometimes, there's like more than ten in a room. What yes, I have. I think you need to look into your soul if you did something in the past light. Mining Co. something something is going on. When it comes to Ken Lights and Shanties Boba. I'm probably way more lackadaisical than I'm supposed to be I'm supposed to be like a very, very Chrissy and. Detail obsessed person when it comes to decorating but I think I always like a house that steals a little bit improvisation on a little bit messed. That server as much as I'm supposed to be here. So to spouting wisdom in a very dictatorial uncompromising way unlike Connie compromise. Like. You. Know I think the best and happiest homes are homes that are kind of cash I think your the name of your podcast, sums it up perfectly a beautiful mess and I think that's Kinda how I like house to I. Think if you if you look at my interiors, they're not all. Super Pristine Chrissy they always have something a little off little improvisational, little bit casual. That's churlish. Creative vibe of wellness. So the takeaway from that is don't beat yourself up for your candelight. Her. Just, because you were awful in a past life. You can redeem yourself in this life by being a little bit chill not beating yourself up. Okay that's good. That's good. Advice I am going to create that redemption. The things that attracts me the most about your spaces and there are so many is the customs stocks. I love how you use so many customers things from artisans, the tile wall in your home where you're quarantining right now is one of my all time. Favorite. Bill. Walsum much. It's gorgeous. Will put a picture in the show notes for anyone who hasn't seen it a leaked too many home tours because there are so many good ones. I. Just watched like forty videos to prepare for this if you can't tell. So that ends in a fireplace. No I loved it. The inside of the fireplace with the eyeballs handpainted eyeballs in New York is not a New York apartment. Yes. Blew my mind it's just so cute and. Charming. There's Juliet Balcony in the bedroom. It's magical anyway I miss my New York apartment. I've been this today. Marks might five months anniversary of being on shelter island did not think in my New York apartment, which is really surreal as obviously every human being's experience. Last five months has been surreal. But Y- Sing My. Pictures of near apartment does make me styles. yet that the the room you're talking about, which has the campaign to eyeballs which are done by a decorative artist Danny. baldly, he's a genius and he's done a lot of different things in our house. is really cool and that room actually Kinda took on I. Theme. There's. Every there's different is during back in that room from A. Like this incredible lamp by Nichola L.. Who for those of you don't know who she was. She was a French. Sixties and seventies kind of pop artists who did a lot of body parts art. And I collect your stuff when possible and we have the story about lamp. and then we have a lot of different kind of sunk icon staring back at US I have a statue of. Bust of Michael. Jackson that we got at the Flea Market for twenty bucks and a really incredible painting by this artist called Ed Paschke that was done for the playboy mansion in the seventies of sly stone. That can stairs and then we did What else do we have eyeballs eyeballs done by our brilliant friend John Paul. Felipe who are wall in that magical bedroom vases I'm Sarah Windows face brick wall like right smack in front of me..
"adler" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Adler and the expectation that he will have more details about his order on local businesses what is it he wants them to do to force employees and customers to wear a mask what what kind of a penalty if any will there be and how will they enforce it also the governor's having a news conference two o'clock today to talk about the corona virus situation and what he has in mind it was late last week when he told local officials mayors and county judges you have the power to put these penalties on local businesses it's been there all along and so it'll be interesting to see what if anything else the governor has to say today about enforcement especially since we are seen at most of the major cities in Texas go go ahead with this and and enforce the the mask and then have the businesses mandated and it appears that the governor is is lighting a fire under the Texas alcoholic beverage commission since last Thursday they've been very busy looking inside of bars and they've already suspended a dozen around the state for breaking the rules having too many people inside and those businesses will be unable to sell alcohol for thirty days and that's a big penalty for some of these operations well yeah if you're talking about a bar who their income is on selling liquor if they can't sell liquor I don't think a lot of people are going to show up to the bar it may be the end the things some of these guys because they've been shut down barely open and shut down again but essentially because you can't sell the product to sell right another month without any revenue also there's increasing violence in the occupied chop zone in Seattle president trump says he's been advised by members of Congress to stay out of the situation he says if the governor of Washington wants help he's ready to go and he could solve it in an hour in Seattle what would you advise the president to do five one two eight three six zero five ninety hands off get more aggressive get involved you might have heard the sound bite which is played from Dan Bongino a fox news he says the president does need to get involved American citizens are with in that occupied zone they have rights too and their rights are being trampled by the occupiers well I agree with the fact that there are people in there that are not a part of Chas dead or they're having their rights but that's where they need to take it to their local government and say what about us we're the ones paying for this as well what are you doing for us I I don't think this is a president trump get involved thing at this point I agree with you let's leave it up to the Democrat mayor in the democratic governor out yes you helped create this figured out Larry Kudlow is president trump's top economic adviser he says they are looking at another stimulus package for the economy is almost certainly going to be a package what's in the package I don't want to predict I will say this things the president has talked about publicly he has talked about a payroll tax holiday for the workforce he's Casey talked about their capital gains tax relief if you by some in the next six months should be excluded from the capital gains for quite some time he wants to help out with some form of tax relief restaurants entertainment athletic contests things of that sort we want to help out the tourism business which is been hurt very badly we also want to reward people who are re employing they're going back to work I think that's very important we're also concerned about protecting liability insurance and covert nineteen cases for small businesses and the everybody there may be some targeted spending discussions going on between the three major bodies all this is up in the air there is quite a listen say pretty much sounds like we're thinking about everything is saying that we can do to help I mean yeah it sounded never ending just talking about all the things that they're looking at so although most of those have been discussed at some point census all immersion they haven't been included in a lot of the stimulus packages but when you're talking about the payroll tax holiday that's been discussed a little aims cut yes Siri employment bonus and right out of the six hundred a week unemployment bonus and that is something that needs to be addressed that extra six hundred a week for the unemployed will expire at the end of July and we've heard for weeks now many businesses say that's keeping people sitting at home I can't get him to come back to work and that was just in the beginning the end now I I would think it's probably even tougher now when all you're hearing is all of these places that are opening or now just being bombarded with more cases and we're talking about hospital overwhelming being overwhelmed again that I'm sure that even says to that person I'm not going back in trump's rally in Tulsa Saturday night he was talking about the rising number of cases and he said look we're doing a lot of testing we've done twenty five million tests more than anybody in the world and at one point I said can we stop with the testing we slow down with the testing and immediately all of the coverage then said trump orders a halt to testing in the White House that had to come out and say he was just kidding it was it was a joke at the rally that's how sad it is that they are so desperate to find anything that he says and turn it into a negative and and and and try and and him trying to harm this country that they have lost every sense of Jess that's being thrown out there any sense of humor at all I mean anybody in their right mind here's how he said that in what he said doesn't go all he wants to manipulate the number so that he can win that's a you got you laughing you can move on I was watching it live I thought he was joking that was my immediate take on it and then that the headlines were all apparently you're smarter than the media there mark I don't know it just seemed like he was just joking yeah Frank welcome to K. L. B. J. good morning how you doing there yes go ahead please Frank I thank you one quick problems it's just a chopper chance well first of all is there any way you can get a closer on your phone and speak up please of course well for starters I wouldn't watch it you aren't you allowed to chance personally but you have to have a device to shut off electricity to the water and most importantly for that age group sure you can make it attention but what you're saying right now stay out of it why do you you wanted to stay out of it all of them here to you know the mayor on a summer of love and whatever and then look at the vandalism graffiti and now we've got to get there you don't want to harm someone who are the stories the only thing a lot of the expanded that.
"adler" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"I see these Oscars like three four five hours long so there were in and out. It's fantastic slider turn you off if you went on. That was perfect timing which is good. Because I don't have somebody play you off from play. So Dylan will be here as we call people he's going to give us a little musical interludes inside and everything that you loved about. His first appearance is going to happen now. But even more dill Adler of course. You know we do this during Keith girl. In today's no different we followed Dylan Adler tweets as you can also Dylan Adler by the way. You guys never know what you're right right. What did I do at Dylan Adler six? The number six. He says once I stopped drinking my own piss. It's over for you hoes. Twenty days is going to be your year into the a but can you stop drinking? That's hard I know. Oh well okay. I actually don't dream and for that I bring my own visit the FBI a funny thing now from now on you drink your own. I guess I will have to commit to that some of them a glass. Dillon also tweeted out quote. I like that you commit to your jokes. Even when you're not being received well and quote my brother. Yeah that's what he was like. I like the commit even. If it's like going badly. You just kept going and going when you were on. Keith girl you talked about you have a twin identical brother. Yeah HAPPENS TO BE GAY. Also exactly happens to be a musical. Say happens to be it. Obviously it came from your parents right away a musical prodigy as well. I do think that from now on when you meet other twins should be like do you guys happen to be Hetero together so strange really Oz did like you both come out to your parents weird for a while but you mentioned how you You did you came out through each other. Yeah and I and then I heard you saying somewhere else that you guys stopped. Finding you would be at each other's throats and then you had this thing in common. We gotTA stick together. Yeah we were. At each other's throats we would fight over like anything and then after we after that we just can't we chilled out. We like kind of it was like we weren't hiding something and also. Yeah I mean the closets not a safe wonderful place. I know you love being there. You don't unfortunately I know. Like as opposed to what queer films depict the closet is. Not Very. Fun is not very fun. We're learning so much I could see why you're the best guess. At what age did you guys come out? I came out. We came out to each other at sixteen at Sixteen. I thought you were about to six and I was like that is so amazing. I did not know that I would like he nor vagina. Safe sex it's like. Yeah we're both bottoms. Yes we're we just knew right. Yeah six although at six I could see wanting to be touched already for not knowing where what or who would that. That's too much at sixteen. Seen you gotta be code switching at that age right you. You're putting on a voice and stuff. Yeah when it went at voice at School. I would like to talk like this. I would like I would hide all my mannerisms and try to like do anything to not be perceived as gay invisible. I can't even chop wood. What hobbies would you say? You love like a water polo. I really like hiking. Surfing a hobby of mine. It's almost it's almost like really insulting people. Imagine imagine if people had to act gay because they were in the closet right like how fucked up would that be drawn stereo? Because you're I don't know like I imagine if you're on the closet talking football Mauroy that's not really what anyone weird. I D like a feelings into feelings. I guess that's how I if you're trans it. We didn't know you're fuming as hate feelings. They're just the same. See Our heart of this.
"adler" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian
"Dylan Adler thank you so much for coming. Thanks for coming on so much for having me. I appreciate it. This scam happened to you. Have you been the. Have you been scammed. You go you just graduate from NYU. Yeah you've been here like four or five years. I've been here for five years. And every single thing you describe describe every single one everything. The bottle has happened auto exacting happening so much three time really the times when I become an expert at the third time it happened. He threw the bottle onto me. I didn't even bump into the bottle. He like it was lying through and then he was like hey in the back and I was like I just kept walking because it's like that it was so ridiculous I barely. I didn't touch. Yeah Yeah Yeah. He literally threw it his like open bottle of liquor that's like that's like an NBA player NBA gets out. He's like aw wait. You didn't even stop or anything. No but the first few times is you pay the first time I turned around and he was like. Hey but you know I have this spilled bottle of and then I was like enough. Bad stuff has happened to me. I'm just GONNA walk away. Even engage man. What about the other any other any any? Were there any that. Were pretty close like any scams are pretty close to like. Oh Man. I'm going to have to do this well. I did buy the CD someone signed it and I was like a freshman at NYU. It was.
"adler" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Adler the conversation a federal appeals court panel will hear arguments today on whether a federal judge in Texas was correct in striking down the affordable Care Act a case with enormous circumstance and only for millions people gain health insurance law but also for the political futures of president trump and other candidates in the upcoming race Jonathan Adler is kind enough to join us thank you John appreciate your time just just put this in perspective there's always so much going on right now but the significance of this case regarding the viability of the four double Kerak going forward the significance of the case is that if the trial court's judgment the trial court judge's ruling work to be upheld it would mean that the entire affordable Care Act is unlawful and would be erased from the books no I don't expect and I think most people do not expect the appeals court to do that but given how long litigation takes there is this big cloud of uncertainty over the affordable Care Act over efforts to further reform our health care system because we're all waiting to see what happens with this one court judgment what what is the time line on on a decision from the three judges well usually after oral argument it takes several months before a court reaches and publishes opinions so realistically we can expect to see an opinion sometime this fall so talk about the role the trump administration itself is playing in this case ministrations it had kind of an odd approach to this case initially when the case was filed by the trump administration did not challenge the ability of the plan is to bring the suit which is very unusual he the federal government usually is very aggressive at trying to make cases go away by arguing that given plaintiffs can't bring the type of claim they want to bring they didn't do that and in fact they actually tempted some of the arguments being made by the state of Texas and the other plaintiffs and then after the trial court issued its decision in favor of the plaintiffs other covered ministration and changed its view to say that it was going to accept the trial court's position and that while it was going to continue in force the affordable Care Act it agreed with the proposition that the law is unconstitutional and that is a pretty remarkable step for the federal government to take because usually the justice department is expected to actively and aggressively trying to fend off federal laws okay this is only follow up on that when you have given the ministrations that see huge matters of laws and how they were passed and where they stand on it right we see enormous differences weather's from bushel Bahman our bombing to trump so how unique is it where now you have a different government that has a different view of law that was passed when this happened fairly often if you go from Republican to Democrat and vice versa is is so unique in that manner well it doesn't happen very often and when it does you know usually the justice department criticized for that so for example during the Obama administration the president ordered the justice department not to defend something called the defense of Marriage Act which had been passed virtually unanimously in Congress signed into law by president Clinton and the Obama administration's position was he would continue to enforce the law but it would not defend it in court and a lot of folks myself included were very critical of the Obama administration for that book because it was clear that argument could be made indefensible lawyer reasonable arguments good faith argument could be made in defense of of the law and if the Obama administration was actually convinced that the law was unconstitutional than it should have been enforcing the law and that and that the choice is not the defense not to defend the choices rather to book act in accordance with one confidential so so it happens occasionally but you know and and now the Obama administration it was so prominent a case the trump administration is doing in the prominent case there is a concern this could become normal more common and there will be a problem because we we generally assume that a federal law on the books is the law it is going to be defended by the federal government and that until Congress changes it or court strikes down that's the law and it's not gonna be turned on and off simply based on who won the last election I I saw in in we probably in the doing too much of this but it does happen we're talking by the way we John Adler from Case Western Reserve University school law on what's taking place in court today with the affordable Care Act saying that the two with the judges are are more conservative I think line up more with the federalists om do you think that gives the trump administration in those Republicans look at this a significant advantage or is it foolish of us to make that projection arm I think in a case like this it it doesn't have the the significance that some people like to think we have to remember that most federal courts most federal appellate courts are unanimous in the vast majority of cases that the here and while it's certainly true that there are certain types of cases where judges tend to split ideologically that usually because most Republican presidents tend to nominate judges with a certain sort of judicial philosophy of Democrats to the nominee has a certain dish of wasabi it's not of the judges are being partisan it's that they have genuine good faith disagreements about the way you interpret statute about the way you apply the constitution and so on in this particular case I think the arguments adopted by the District Court are sufficiently aggressive an unusual that I don't think the the the non native party of of the president's gonna make too much of a difference okay so when John Roberts to a lot of people save the ACA and said it was you know based on Congress's power to impose taxes and then the tax law eliminated that yep doesn't that make this then unconstitutional noble cause basically puts on what what the court did enough I'd be is it's had the mandate in so far as it was a mandate requiring power was unconstitutional will not be enforced the court then said in so far as there is a penalty that penalties attack that the constitutional so now Congress has eliminated the penalty so there is no mandate because we know that Congress can't use of commerce power to work to mandate that people purchase health insurance and Congress has not chosen not to use the tool that you can use the taxing power so we don't have a mandate we don't have a tax penalty and Congress chose for good or ill to leave the rest of the affordable Care Act in place so if this does go the way of the Republicans and the administration is then an automatic this this ends up towards the Supreme Court is it an automatic either way and again if it goes towards Republican side does that mean at within days after that the affordable Care Act is null and void until you know it works its way higher up in the courts well two things one if if the trial court's decision is upheld I think it is very likely the Supreme Court will hear the case in fact almost certain the Supreme Court almost always takes lower court decisions that invalidated federal law and if you're talking about a lot of significant as the affordable Care Act they will take that case yes this is records decision is overturned I think the likelihood that the Supreme Court gets involved is much lower the Supreme Court is asked to hear something like a thousand cases a year and they take about so it's got to be a big deal and so the sorts of cases they taker when lower courts disagree that's not an issue here or when a federal statutes been invalidated so really only if the district court's decision is upheld is it likely to get to the Supreme Court so you see if it's up held it happens to fall to the ACA well in all likelihood either the fifth circuit or the Supreme Court would enter what's called today which basically hold things in place temporarily while the keys continues to proceed through the courts so it would be very unlikely for there to be any sort of in junction or court order barring continued enforcement or administration of the law until the litigation finishes John enjoy the conversational retouch again thank you very much good very significant case great analysis from John Adler Case Western Reserve University school law this obviously would affect tens of millions of people and will be a huge part of the presidential race in when the ruling comes out or more information.
"adler" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM
"Angry with me yeah I mean honestly Adler just looked at me and you why did they help them what what can you tell us in layperson's terms because believe it or not doctors about this fluid on the lungs what is taking so long for it to come out well they don't know man I mean Carol fusion I mean here's the thing is that they don't know what it is so so basically when when when they first thought they said that it was minimal to severe severe clearly with the or moderate to severe start a severe with the terror terrifying number the name but but since then it's become minimal it's become much smaller so that it basically babies are like are like Wolverine they can just like heal themselves out of no where it's very it's incredible and so what they think is that it's sort of absorbing in his lungs and going away over time and now you know he had all these very skerry tubes coming in and out of them and now he's down to just one for feeding coming out of his mouth and and and that's been obviously very it much easier for Daniel I see but yeah in layman's terms they just kind of think it'll go away in time we can't just I can't believe how much time do you do you have an idea how much time no they don't know it so we we have a we have a good feeling about honestly we have a good feeling about late this week but you know we've had good okay you know you get you get hook ups and and you know our doctors have always been warning us since day one they'll be like they'll see how happy we are and we kind of thought they were being Debbie downers but they would say you know at a nowhere hick ups can common but you know and then make comment you kinda gotta brace yourself that this is a a marathon I mean sorry again to bring up a marathon painful but yeah but it's more of American in a sprint anything that we see on the show or the listeners who care very much about you too can do to help you know in real life I really hope that if you're ever given the opportunity to volunteer or give money to Nick you or anything along those lines you really should and not just because of our baby not just because of Adler but because it is on some thing man I mean here on the show ourselves as both Kevin and I have had this experience by the way if you have twins you're kind of your no matter what and so easy you'll be surprised Daniel are shocked you know we we kind of came into the thinking we wouldn't have so many people in our lives texting and emailing and AP learned quickly this is a very common experience at work or having an it is so hard and and I think that if you're at all able to give money to a queue or or volunteer time that would be not only ideal for my situation but I think it eat your heart I don't know maybe you'll get points and then go to heaven I don't know how I don't know how god yeah will you keep in touch with the some good news down the road yeah I mean we've been talking any on I've been trying to me getting out of here this week at some point so probably come by and do some do some work because she's tired of you heard yeah he said about a lot of time together even even Adler is sick of me in real life I think she just try to mattress to ourselves in a reef all right Jensen listed thank you so much for taking the time to share with our listeners and give us you bring us up to speed we we miss you guys we love you guys we've got we're all you know prayed for yeah those of us that believe fingers crossed good news let us know if you can write I know it was so awesome this is the first week people have been rid me on social media who is this idiot on the radio all.
"adler" Discussed on Longform Podcast
"I it's max a aaron and evan and myself were all in vacation this week and so we are a put in an old episode down the feed and it is one of my all time favorites really it's like one of my favorite conversations i've had with or without microphones it's from september twenty fifteen and a the guest is renate adler were gonna play the intro a firm when you hear the show so you can learn more about her but one thing and then i have thought about since a quite a bit is really not and i were talking promotion that summer about her coming on the show and 'em and it took a long time actually like figure out whether or not a she wants to do it in and i'm just so glad that she did it's it's one of those ones that has really stuck with me and if you are new to the show and a missed it the first time around it seemed like one it might be worth playing again so a here it is from september twenty fifteen number one fifty six i believe they long foreign podcast archive my conversation with they're not adler thanks of course to mail chimp making it possible for us to do the show for so so long it's wild how long we've been doing this show for boggles my mind to be totally honest with you and if you knew it a go check out the archive there are so many conversations in their 'em all of them the the vast majority of them really totally evergreen kind of like the best stories they're like just as good a today as they were when we had the end this one which were not a is a pre me right up there will be back with a new episode next week season hello welcome to the long form podcast maximum i'm here with my co host aaron labor and i am around this gentleman hello this is a this this episode we got going this week it's dirty dirty generating some buzz of excitement already yet stranding among the three of us i i'm excited evan is lightly warm which is hot for him he's coming in hot i can't tell you that jenna while she was editing this was texting me with excitement max who's on the show this week a my guest was renate adler a for those who don't know renate adler a rubber the new yorker in the sixties she was was a named
"adler" Discussed on Mohr Stories With Jay Mohr
"Is it barrick is on thursday man and i looked at steve ashes and i encourage you to coors dog barrel the saudis and alcoholic now dean martin at the bar usually find low launch crowder by i come out birth i watch you people leaked and that other italian andrew come out excuse me your thirst why use odors the deal is merely create ease with there be peace for like three minutes with me he's got better stream steve hash check out his instagram page and the photos on his instagram i was staring at lagos fascinated we've had a lot of good episode which one's really stood out to all the dna rather williams on the road which flows with that oh norman lear dna adler will close against the knows um which one like move which what made you laugh the most which one moves you the most cory fries fifi 542 um dna adler definitely move me she just while i kicks a kicked stephen out of the podcasts it was supposed to be steven adler from guns n' roses and his mom who wrote a book how i lost my son and and roses my first question was your son's an addict utilised mcgahn roses why'd you put that she goes to some while books she was honest shoes super on us but she she just she came from a place of not avoid a void of love she didn't have it and then that's all she wants to give because she didn't have it her for her family were holocaust survivors her mom raised her i asked her how many times did your mom say to you as a child that she loved you and she goes may never.
"adler" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Most important again it's a a public service not by me but by dr adler and by and by brigham and women's hospital so we're just going to get right to it if you like to keep calling we'll uh i'm not gonna keep dr adler waldner than than ever at whatever point your you want a gutter off will cut it off but will the the calls the coveted okay let's go to raw been dashing rod how are you tonight dan i i will you darker adler good thank you i want an american company that they're out the reactor earlier but i have to rent question for dr adler alert i want to go up the lions tour okay well the lunch lunch you give me what you got for me first and then if you wanted to ask you questions okay good outfit years ago they have the big mom it up what we all mercury uh that uh to to audit near would work under our feet tap install luke maye happy going up would be a hit but where was the javale would cuonzo real beat hurt a little feet and dodik at the top and up through a blood pressure tokyo you out of the what pressure machine yogurt monitors but about two hundred two hour okay i appreciate that what's your question for docked a question of questions reduct adler go ahead what are the main are we the people get at eight crew trivialized what is the main medication you corrected other than boys at what federal call ahead only putting amalia uh by the way out graham bob hope guide to the mall angered by are the most effective with our side effect of delirium i'll leave the questions i worked in our part okay vote will okay those those of interesting questions all right thank you dr adler a you'll take a shot at the lake you will the second question pneumonia in which and the vatican's most effective really depends on the type of pneumonia and then that's a question i would leave for my infectious disease colleagues mike pulmonary excellent excellent right in terms of the atrial fibrillation atrial fibrillation very common four percent of people above.