35 Burst results for "Alan I"

Kangaroos with Puppy Dog Eyes

60-Second Science

04:16 min | 1 d ago

Kangaroos with Puppy Dog Eyes

"Let's say you have a dog or maybe you're watching a friends pop. You have a treat in your hand so you have the dogs attention. Then you put the treat into a dog you proof box and let them figure it out. What do you think the dog will do. If you're a dog owner you probably know spike or spot or miss fluffy will probably try in vain for a while but soon they'll probably turn back to you with those puppy dog eyes with a look. That's both hurt. Why would you make it so hard for them. After all and pleading that it turns out is a sophisticated. Cognitive phenomenon called referential. Communication is an attempt to shift the humans attention towards the problem and dogs as it turns out. Aren't the only species who can do this in two thousand and three on garin biologist named adam mcclatchy tested this ability with an experiment. He gathered handful of dogs. And a group of wolves. Both groups of canine had been hand-raised from birth by people in much the same way. He put a piece of food inside of that doggy proof. Box the wolves kept trying and failing to get the food inside and we already know what the dogs did alan. Miguel ag- animal cognition researcher at the city. University of hong kong wanted to push this test further. He wanted to move beyond dogs versus wolves. The discussions of those papers in the discussion depresses oil about them. Being domesticated closely by humans. He thinks that there's more to the story. What if animals don't to be domesticated but instead simply need to be socialized. Maybe it's not. The dogs are especially social but instead that wolves are just especially stubborn so we came along in two thousand sixteen. I did the goats and showed that. Actually it's probably general domestic animal thing. It's nothing do being domesticated as a companion animal in a new study. He's gone even further enter. Kangaroos and kangaroos generally haven't been used for any of that sort of research. I think most people emailed them and suggested. Oh you know this problem solving tests with australia. Kangaroos thought i kind of mad or some really eccentric scientist mc elegant rounded up a group of marsupials from three different zoos and sanctuaries in all he tested three different species kangaroo island kangaroos eastern grey kangaroos and red kangaroos of eleven animals tested. Ten of -em past turning their gaze back to mcculloch yet and of the ten who turned to look at him nine. Kangaroos actively shifted their gaze between the box in the human the results were published in december in the journal. Biology letters this domestication hypothesis for all these behaviors. We've over relied on it. And i'm not saying that you know. Kangaroos are just as good as dogs. Are anything like that. But i'm saying the cognitive capabilities of wild animals that are habituated to humans have probably been underestimated. Mcgilla elegant says that it's not enough to study domesticates in their wild counterparts like dogs and wolves. That's why he decided to try kangaroos which were never domesticated. You can't use the effects of domestication on animal. behavior animal ignition by only studying domesticated. I mean it sounds pretty simple but it's important so you need to see what the other ones are capable of doing. If they're used to being around people michaela gets says that the pouched marsupials offer up a whole new set of possibilities for understanding the evolution of social cognition and he's now turned his attention to yet another unexpected species the asian water buffalo.

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Don't You Want Somebody to Take Care of You?

Terrible, Thanks For Asking

05:24 min | 3 d ago

Don't You Want Somebody to Take Care of You?

"Okay so you just got a couple of questions. We're going to get into that okay. Yeah totally i'm nora. Mcnerney in this is terrible. Thanks for asking. And that was gina and when we get into it. We're going to be continuing the conversation that we've been having about care with gina story is a story about a lot of complicated emotions about the long tail effects of being thrust into a caregiver role when you're still a person who needs a lot of care a child but this complicated story starts in a really simple place when genus parents met and fell in love They were summer fling. Was like maybe nineteen sixty nine thousand. Nine hundred seventy vietnam war was going on. I think there was like a lot of looking for a better life. Like you know like wanting something good and they dated over that summer and then they were married by like the day after christmas that same year. So my sense is that they were kind of idealists like they were looking for some sort of happily ever after and for awhile. Genus parents found it. My mom was a homemaker and my dad was kind of a rising star in the computer science world. he was an academic. He was teaching at georgia tech in atlanta. Which is where. I grew up and so early. Memories are that you know my mom cooked and was crafty and volunteered with the pta. My mom really loved to so she loved to bake. She's a beautiful woman and my dad was very intellectual. Like i remember him reading like not totally age appropriate books to read allison wonderland to me at an age when i didn't fully understand what's going on there so much in that book didn't understand but i loved the fact that he would read that to me and he would sit down and explain to me. How telephones work and he liked teaching me about prime numbers and stuff like that at a very young age i think he just really enjoyed sharing that aspect of himself with me. He liked kind of dissecting things and thinking about things and asking questions. And that's something that. I've carried with me into adulthood. He kind of taught me how to dig deep and think about stuff that you might not otherwise. Think about gina was the second of three children. Her older brother is named allan just like a sweet sweet kid like he loved playing with matchbox cars and he would line them up. We would watch movies a lot together like he loved watching lassie and old yeller and stuff like that. If it involves a kid in a dog he could watch a movie. Five times in a row of my mom lead up every single time. He said he would laugh at every part like it was the first time you ever heard it or ever saw it and same with music. You know at some point in our childhood somebody gave them like one of those yellow sony walkman and a bunch of tapes and he would walk around the house with like headphones on and plane his tapes and singing and his very loud very slurred speech. That was like the happiest. Alan loved country music bing crosby. He loved christmas music all year round. It was just gina in allen until their little brother andrew was born. Andrew came along and i felt like almost like he was my baby from the beginning and like i think i recognized from a young age that he was like my ally and my playmates. He was you know a playmate that i interacted with. He was very imaginative. And we do the things that kids do where you like lineup. All your stuffed animals and teach them school or we would do these toy. Parades down the hallway and like throughout the whole house. Where readers just like lineup. Every single toy we own and then just like march like it was a production. The genus relationships with andrew and with allen were different because allen andrew with different. I was aware from a very very young age that i do things at allen. Couldn't i was three years younger than him. He and i kind of learned how to walk around the same time he could talk but his speech was really slurred. And so i knew from a very young age that like a lot of people didn't understand what he was saying. But i did like i kind of interpreted for him a lot especially in public so i think there was an awareness on that level lake. He's older than me. But i think i always felt older than him like. I knew that he had a lot of medical stuff. That was very mysterious. He had some seizures and would have to be rushed to the hospital so i i was very aware that like he needed a lot and there was something wrong.

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The inside story of the Iranian attack on Al Asad Airbase

Dr. Lee Yardley

04:00 min | 4 d ago

The inside story of the Iranian attack on Al Asad Airbase

"General Frank Mackenzie, commander of US forces in the Middle East, monitored the attack from his headquarters in Tampa, Florida. Walking into this small room off his main operation Center, where he could talk directly to the only two people above him in the chain of command. They bring in secretary defense and a little bit later they brought in the president to this conversation. We're listening to the reports of the missiles flying. You ever been on one like this? I've never been on one like this, where real missiles being fired at our forces and where I thought the risks were so high Iranian attack on al Assad was in retaliation for a stunning US operation. President Trump ordered six nights earlier, a drone strike, which killed Iran's most powerful general Qassim Suleimani. The blood of many Americans is on the hands of the same salamoni. He was this close to an indispensable man as you could find inside Iran, where he went violin. And death followed during the American occupation of Iraq. Sulamani had orchestrated attacks which killed more than 600. U. S troops and, according to Mackenzie, He was planning to do it again. We saw intelligence reports where the same cell Amani was moving various attacks, dreams forward against our forces in Iraq against our embassy and against other bases there. With the imminent perhaps an hour's, perhaps in days, probably not weeks. Until then, the USAID shied away from going after Sulamani for fear, killing such a high ranking government official. Would only provoke Mauritanian attacks. I never take killing anyone is a zone easy decision, but I think the risk of not acting in this case Outweigh the risks of acting So yes, I was good with the decision on January 3rd of last year on airport security camera recorded. Sulamani is arrival in Baghdad on a commercial flight from Damascus. Kensi was watching from a different angle. You have the drones overhead. Do you see him Healthy? Yes, yes. As soon Money's entourage pulled away from the plane. McKenzie gave the kill order to the commander controlling the drones. And then I said, Take your shot when you got it. Missile slammed into both vehicles simultaneously. There's no backslapping. There's no cheering because now I have to prepare to deal with the consequences. The action, General Mackenzie was sure Iran would retaliate, but he didn't know how and neither for awhile. Did the Iranians. I believe they went into a period of this organization because they had lost the officer. Who really spoke up and shaped everything up and told them what they were gonna do. So he's kind of ominous silence. It was a very ominous silence. And what was the first sign that Iran might really be thinking of her? Ballistic missile attack, they began to move their ballistic missiles. The attack was just hours away. When major Alan Johnson got the word. Iran's most powerful weapons were aiming for al Assad. My intelligence officer pulled me aside and Basically said, Sir, I've got some bad news for you. What's up? We have information that Iran is fueling 27 medium range ballistic missiles in their intention is the level this base And we may not survive. This was a completely different threat. Lieutenant Colonel Jim Garland commanded an army battalion at Al Asad. Sprawling air base about 120 miles west of Baghdad, where the U. S operated scores of helicopters, drones and other aircraft. Did the base have any defense against ballistic missiles now, sir? It was such a unprecedented threat. I don't think it was ever calculated. S o the capability to, uh, prevent a ballistic missile attack. It wasn't there. Did you have a plan for what to do? Way came up with the plan. The only real defense against ballistic missile attack is to get out of harm's way.

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US. manual upload test - burst 1

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04:02 min | Last week

US. manual upload test - burst 1

"Hello everybody and welcome to the Abundant podcast It season 13 episode 14 It's the final episode of the year and of season thirteen it wasn't that unlucky or general? Hi, we don't say a big thank you to everyone who supported us this year with our patreon subscriptions and with one off PayPal contributions now as usual his last show of the year. We are going to be going on Hiatus for a couple of months at the beginning of next year to give us and all of you are break. So Martin, would you like to explain what's going to happen with our page? And while we're off are yes, so the first thing that's going to happen is there will be a payment taken on January 1st or whatever, you know, the first week of January is and that would be the money that we use to pay for the December production costs, but then we will pause patreon taking money for a boon to podcast and off. All we return or if indeed we returned because you know, we haven't had our career yet and decided if we're going to do this again, but we will be pausing the patrian whilst we're off. Yeah, great. So yes, if you're subscribed and you want to continue to support us then continue to be subscribed. We won't take your money without giving you podcasts. And in the meantime Alan what have you been up to recently? Well just in time for the last episode. I have removed the audio noise that was plaguing my system and also doubled my speed on my desktop PC. Wow. Is this the same fix for both? It was it was one fix that did both things. It turns out I use ethernet over power adapters tp-link devices off because my office is like the complete opposite end of the house from the internet connection and to get it here. I didn't run ethernet. I just use ethernet over power and I've been using it for years and there's Bob Background like crackle for a while and I couldn't pinpoint what it was and I thought it was cables crossing over or something like that. And also the internet in this room is 50% of what it should be like a nice day for like hundred hundred and ten Meg or something. I get 4850 something like that. And when the kids are out one day, I unplugged loads of things and Shuffle things around and it turned out it was off the ethernet over power device, which has a through socket was plugged into a four-way thing and I moved it. So it's plugged directly in the wall magically met audio problem goes away a my internet is now twice as fast. That's all I did. The only thing that changed was me moving the ethernet over power socket to be plugged directly in the wall. Suddenly everything faster and better well great. Well, I'm glad you got that done in time for one recording. Sorry joke not in or even up to I have been playing Hotshot racing with my dog. Ends on that their Internet. It's a good game. This is a driving game. I imagine it is. I think I may have mentioned it earlier in the year, but it's having a bit of a Revival at the motion. It's a low poly retro arcade style racer available on Steam and you can play it under proton. And now now I'm not working for you know, the Christmas break. I was looking to have some fun. So I've started hosting some Linux game nights and this is the game. We're playing at the moment doing an excellent Romper around the tracks and can people watch you playing even if they don't want to play they can I've started a second YouTube channel just for playing games on Linux and it's all streamed there and everyone loves playing along with me has a voice in the room and it's a real group effort. And in fact, some of the others are streaming as well. So you can even own overlay multiple angles of the game being played at home. I'm brilliant and

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Audio Branding and Marketing with Audioburst founder and CEO Amir Hirsh

Marketing Today with Alan Hart

03:59 min | Last week

Audio Branding and Marketing with Audioburst founder and CEO Amir Hirsh

"How can brands or marketers. Get involved in audio in your mind. You're at the forefront of where audio is going some curious where you think people should be getting involved so i like to think about it as Two types of activities. They should be included in thinking about it. As let's bit in in order and on audio okay. When i thought about in all your means they should start placing their message their brand their marketing activity within the audio dimension itself. So either if they can do it. Then i recommend produce their own podcast upload their own content so much like they've invested in creating blogs before in order to deliver the directly their message with no intermittent intimate in in between they should create a podcast where they can add their own voice in story through it. Because people would like to listen about your company if they're going to start in investigating into your product and they wanna hear about it and as audio breasts and others are gonna make all your more accessible and searchable you want your clips in your story to be heard than to be included so within the audio by producing it or by exactly like what we're doing right now being interviewed by making sure that your product is exposed to podcasters lead casses review. Your product. understand what you're doing interview you place your message within the stream of audio because it's going to be extremely popular and that's where people are going to learn and get information and would like to hear about your brand okay. That's the first level that they can do. The second is what i consider the on audio as audio becomes more and more popular more emotional people become more connected with it. It creates an opportunity to sponsor all your to support audio so and they don't have to appear in the content itself but they can place their brand around it in sponsoring playlist sponsoring podcast. Creating an audio event within their of third party of curation of content is relevant to their vertical and the topic but brought to you by this or that. So let's say that i'm an. We'll go back to the automotive industry. Let's emma brandon wants to emphasize car safety and safe a driving than perhaps i created this audio event of curation with podcasters around it or existing onto the we've selected and connected and we recommend our customers to listen to that kind of content all brought to you by my brand as an example saying goes for the running shoes same. We'll go for any other brand marketer that wants to create that brand affinity between their brand and the topic and the content that they're potential customers care about. That's the on audio marketing. So you don't have to produce it an appearance in it you can just curate. It and you can create stories around the be the content. Dj of your customer. That's the kind of refill and marketing activities can do around audio and it reminds me. I've said this before on the show but it reminds me of Frankly like going way back in time when there were only three or four. Tv stations and the advertisers or sponsors were more intimately involved in not just being on on air so to speak sponsoring or or helping but they many times helped to craft the program itself and the being in the show so to speak or in audio and there's elements to that i think based on what you described it. I mean it's just a much bigger ecosystem to play in now and so many more different applications to do it. But i think you nailed it in terms of like just being in the program in the audio or surrounding yourself around or on the audio. It's kind of an interesting way to break it apart.

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Audio finds its power in its ability to follow you around throughout the day without interrupting your activities

Marketing Today with Alan Hart

00:46 sec | Last week

Audio finds its power in its ability to follow you around throughout the day without interrupting your activities

"I mean some amazing amazing platform that you're building from online news sites to encourage experiences to while on the go to your point. I mean i think that is the power of audio is that it can pretty much follow you throughout your day without interrupting. Whatever it is that you need to be doing at that moment in time or where you need to be going. that's amazing. It's an accompanying experience. Even casual mobile games. So right now. They're silent in most cases. Well you know were playing and spending some time on the fuel free minutes of ours. I can listen to gossip or interesting trivia facts. While i play you know my lil an undisclosed. They'll games i'm relaxing with.

The Power of Audio with Audioburst founder and CEO Amir Hirsh

Marketing Today with Alan Hart

07:38 min | Last week

The Power of Audio with Audioburst founder and CEO Amir Hirsh

"Historically it's becoming more and more accessible but how can audio be more accessible so when we started audio your we analyzed. How come we as a personal fans of podcasts in your content and radio content as well thought that there's always all the answer that you want and all the content exists out there. How come he doesn't pick up on the internet. The hukou doesn't pick up on the new digital world and age the same as text and video n. there were several challenges that we've analyze and found them that what we've built around in order to solve his that audio in many aspects is not very easily discoverable. So you can't search audio. You can't came on your. You can't share argue a lot of the times. The audio content was one hour or forty. Five minute long of podcasts or radio show now is very accessible. You can't search for it. You can't look for specific clip or area that you'd like to listen instead of listening fully immersed into the whole show and you couldn't share any of it so what we've done in audio versus that we've built an ai engine that listens to vast amount of audio content. Have it be podcasts. Radio online videos that pretty much became slide with the audio content behind it and in an essence does three actions wanted analyzed it and cut it into short clips so we were able to take a long form show and cut it into the individual items that conversations the topics the questions that happened within it allowing users to get into specific point than sample what they're looking for the second is that we've index each clip that the we call burst we've added as much as possible transcriptions keywords entities source time a mood analytics number of speakers. There's plenty of dimensions that we've added to each clip like that so we'll be able to find it afterwards when the user can't and then we've added that delivery mechanism. Api layer and then on top of it as decay an imitable player for the web and libraries for and android to allow the different products and the different places where users are today to add an embiid audio layer to their products the main essence and misses that we wanted to do an auburn while making acceptable is making it extremely easy for products to add an audio layer and our dimension to what they're offering to their clients and to their users instead of asking the uses to come look for audio summer to come download an app or look for it online. We said no. I want the to be able to listen to their podcasts. Within the running up on the websites to be able to add the audio interview of the person mentioned within the article in the article itself and available that way. We're working on integration with podcasts. Search and audio playlist to be added to automotive to oem's and tier one. So when we drive. I want the or your car to greet you. Good morning. Allen here's the Traffic report and here's what happened in the news. And by the way. I know that you asked about tesla stock last night. Now i'm sorry a couple of days ago here is a couple of Analyst talking about it. That i've found over the night while you were sleeping. That kind of mechanism makes audio is easy and accessible to users wherever they are whenever they are just a touch away or command away or click away and that's the mission that we've done in august and it's quite the future picture. Frankly it's happening today. Alan i gotta tell you so. No no i know. I know it's it's amazing to me. I know you've you've been spending a ton of time building the tech in the meta data structures to make that possible and you talked about a few of the potential customers or ecosystem that you operate in like the news aggregate or the even the automotive industry. Can you go a little deeper for me. Like tell me a little bit more about like where audio burst operates today and like what are some additional use cases where you see your technology fitting in happy to one you remember. We started this conversation with you calling me crazy so i still need to convince you whether you know or futuristic or it's happening today. We were lucky enough happy enough to have multiple great partners invest in our company and work with us hand in hand to build this future. Earth with juristic thing. So you'll see among our investors for example samsung and hyundai and denso giants from the mobile and consumer electronics through the automotive and media world. That have joined with us in this effort to make this happen and that was an incredible. That is an incredible journey for us to do. Other birds today is live and via our player in. Api's and as decays in our have added all your to mobile apps such as flipboard the news break to websites of variety sizes of styles of and topics verticals with our impeccable player. And i think on the automotive that you said sounds of fridge ristic we have a few not live yet but few sees that we're working with leading oem's fortunately i'm not allowed to disclose on unique playlists to be added to their infotainment system to search engine behind voice activation. So you'll say hey name your Favorite car what's the latest on president by then or what's going on with the dallas cowboys or howled the markets of behaving today and you know the for time-to-time some of the existing voice activation will give you a robotic answer. A some clipper what auburn is offering them to dan. The what we're doing with them is the will provide you with the latest clip from professionally produced provider of the content from experts in the media world from the analysts from the best radio stations. Or podcast that will really give you an answer that you'll enjoy listening to that. You can stay focused on that you can listen for you know a few minutes of enrichment content while you dr. So and companies that were working with that are adding the sinking ability into smart earbuds. So you can do it in your car when you jog on when you run either from your app from earbud itself. These are exciting times. I can tell you. In the beginning. It took companies and customers of our some time to adapt and understand the message that we've done but twenty twenty really opened their eyes and saw how much the uses are dying to get talk content and podcasts and user errors. The case every brandon every company out there all of a sudden can become an audio media world and audio media provider. Because they don't need to be worrying about that layer they just add this became we handle everything for them and delight their users. It's pretty. I mean it's amazing. What the infrastructure that you've built behind the scenes if you will of these different applications at frankly proliferation i guess of where it could show up. I mean some amazing amazing platform that you're building from online news sites to encourage experiences to while on the go to your point. I mean i think that is the power of audio is that it can pretty much follow you throughout your day without interrupting. Whatever it is that you need to be doing at that moment in time or where you need to be going. that's amazing.

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Witnesses Praise Merrick Garland, Joe Biden's Pick for Attorney General

Tim Conway Jr.

00:41 sec | Last week

Witnesses Praise Merrick Garland, Joe Biden's Pick for Attorney General

"Witnesses have been called on the second and final day of confirmation hearings in the Senate for attorney general pick Merrick Garland. One of the witnesses attesting to Garland's character and judgment was interim president and chief executive officer Wayne Henderson. With the leadership conference on civil and human rights, he called Garland uninspired choice. Attorney general must be seen by every member of the public from every community as a fair arbiter of our legal system, whose sole duty is to serve the national interest. Alan was also praised by Republican witness former independent counsel Ken Starr, who spent years investigating Democratic President Bill Clinton. The Senate Judiciary Committee is set to vote on Garland Monday. The full Senate could act

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Woody Allen slams 'Allen v. Farrow' docuseries revisiting sexual abuse claim

News, Traffic and Weather

00:29 sec | Last week

Woody Allen slams 'Allen v. Farrow' docuseries revisiting sexual abuse claim

"Woody Allen responds to a damning new docuseries the early nineties. Allegations that Woody Allen molested is then seven year old daughter, Dylan Farrow are the main focus of the HBO docuseries Alan V. Pharaoh, which includes extensive interviews with Dylan, her mother, Mia Farrow, and a bunch of others that lead viewers to believe Dylan was abused by Alan. The filmmakers say they reach down Talyn to tell his side, but he never responded. Now he's out with a statement, saying the documentarians had no interest in the truth, calling the allegations categorically false and the Syriza's a

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"alan i" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

05:55 min | Last week

"alan i" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"That song still in there. It belongs okay. Good question good question. Good question john and samantha. Basic answer is no ended. The day the best song wins and it will win and insist direct. There was a song that we we changed. Radically between london and new york and i was happier with what we had london. The director was happier with what we had new york but it worked was fine so at the end of the day. I just go. Okay now. I do have saw try. Your boy was cut from a latte. Because it's character of the mother was cut and it's one of our hours of my best songs. But it's found its way course into the broadway show allowed song called. Shooting star was the first song we wrote for hercules thing before we wrote so the distance is a beautiful song but very different in tone so i understand absolutely why we made those those changes in those cuts. What's the one that howard in the documentary. I'm trying to remember that. The katzenberg wanted to cut wasn't part of your world. Where where as part of your world and howard said over my dead body. Yeah believe me. I mean if if we had come up with the solution we came up with how is dead body would have been would have been there for geoffrey geoffrey with you know but luckily we came up with the idea that we of course we needed to have the context of she singing part of your world but in fact this is a bad thing. We don't water. Go there and do that. So we're able to keep the attention of the younger part of the audience. What what's a song that you consider. I heard you talk about songs that. Let the lyric shine vr gassed. What did you know when those particular pieces.

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"alan i" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

07:08 min | Last week

"alan i" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"My god what the world miss. I can't believe what never happening. In the sequel to align their direct video that they were making our return of far. I had two solos in that see. Well i wasn't involved with those. So i know but but as far as the tiki room goes you have you have recorded. And performed annella making composition. They go yeah. And and here's one of those things i bring up. I have a habit of for future guests of this podcast that i've written next to on planes. Richard masur call rhino right. Say to my smith. Mike naismith and how god why do i always forget his name. John leguizamo oh yeah. Oh and and you. And i allen wrote next to each other. I sat next to each other on. Oh yeah of course. The press junkets sue betrothal together. What what i remember is. This is the way. I'm always in a days. I sitting by the window. I sat down next to you. And you turn to me and say gobert. How are you. And i was like high and then you points his. Here's shelf and said. Oh yes remember. Well listen your your face and voice than i am. So did you. Did you think it was just another fan. Saying hello gilbert on a plane. Yeah i very annoyed daddy. Wait a sec. No we were. We got onto a plane together toronto. Yeah i don't remember where. Oh yeah it was. It was some airport. We were standing in some waiting area. Were both fetching as one does allen. Tell us why am interested in in in your childhood. I was doing some research and you grew up in a home. Like many of instead where broadway soundtracks were playing. Your parents had a great love of music. Father played the piano. yes father played. My mother was an actress. I'm like my father was a dentist but he played left to play the piano mostly boogie. Woogie yeah but he had all the books of the great as rodgers and hart book and and the gershwin's and frank lesser and he would open the book just pound his way through the songs i would play the right he the left hand and they play keno cast albums throughout the whole house and You know it was great. Yeah when when. I wanted to become a go into music. They were a little concerned. Because i never liked to practice and you know most people assume well music business where he's going to sit in a very diligent and practice i wanted to do was just play to enjoy myself. And of course that kind of passion just sit and play and people are misconception that that means it's just a hobby and now something that becomes important in your life in the chooses. The thing you do every day is what you should do in your life. It's the thing you really love. And that's is. What i loved is creating music on the spot i love. I love learning things about the guests and going to your website. There's that wonderful video of you with the electric guitar doing your best jimi hendrix. I buy harmlessly electric guitar. God of those those things you remember when your kids remember you know if the smell of the guitar the feel of that have an electric guitar. So there were there. Were popstar aspirations My dad norman mankin. Dds what you know lot of music. And you know for instance. When we're working on a latin we had the character of of of the genie and actually was the ring is description of the genie of the ring really brought harlem in harlem jazz to mind And and so. I thought fats waller and thus came Friend like me and print sally which is more cab. Calloway those are all out of money. My dad was a huge influence on the way. What a throw. That must've been for him getting to hear this stuff and knowing that he implanted some of that. Yeah well once once. I was making it the business. It became thrilling to him until then he was a little concerned I remember when i was working a little shop of horrors. I as i always what i would make a Recording of the score to the show and send it to my parents just to have them here what their son is working on. And i said this little shop explained that my dad of course was a dentist. That's all the my family work. Besides that my dad was president of the new york. Chapter of the american analgesics society. A society of dentists that promote the use of nitrous oxide as safe and go with it and i thought i thought it'd be funny if we if we had the dentist. 'cause we have how are we gonna end act one and have the dentist killed in the movie seymour throws a bottle and it hits above on the head that becomes archie. Choose first big meal but we wasn't going to work for stages of course at how about at the dentist last himself to death of nitrous oxide. Because he really wants to give it to himself instead of the patients. Howard thought that was hilarious that we went with that and so i. My parents heard the tape. And i came home and there was a on the answering machine. Hi allen is mom. We heard the tape okay. Click so janney said oh. I think your mother was just so moved as i don't think so. Call the magazine. Well how would you feel if you expect your life of nitrous. Oxide is safe and you start writer show for somebody guys outside but then course the show opens became a big hit and my dad would talk to his buddies and said well you know you have to bullying mandating plans and next thing i know whenever or it would pull the same. This could happen to you. And he show an x ray of or a photo of some really horribly deformed teeth that was usually one of my dad's patients that he would Would give us the show and among your many awards analysts awards. You.

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How Poor Food Choices Lead to Depression

Dishing Up Nutrition

02:18 min | Last week

How Poor Food Choices Lead to Depression

"I'm caroline hudson and a registered and licensed citation for many years and over these years. I have seen firsthand the impact. The foods people eat have on their body and of course their brain health so last week car us started the show with a great quote from dr. Alan are gay. He's the author of nutritional medicine. That's really a science nutrition reference book for physicians and healthcare practitioners. Here's what he wrote. And i quote big macs lead to zantac which leads to prozac so if you jin tier that quote last week i'm going to go into a little more detail about that. So eating big macs making poor food choices. Time and time again often leads to digestive problems gastrointestinal problems which will most likely require some kind of digestive medication. such as an tech or prior lasek. Nexium practice said. Tom's you know we all hear about those right. So taking any of these digestive medications often leads to an inability to break down or digest your protein and that's going to result in a deficiency of amino acids and you need amino acids to actually make neuro transmitters. Those are those you know. Feel good brain transmitters especially serotonin and deficiency of serotonin can actually bring on depression and may eventually bring about a need for an anti depressant. Prescription like prozac. So being a dietitian again for over years. I've had the opportunity to observe the impact that process food diet has had on the decline of people's health both the health of their body and the health of their brain

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Filling the archives with stories from Black Silicon Valley

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

03:02 min | 2 weeks ago

Filling the archives with stories from Black Silicon Valley

"We talked last week about how the stories of lack inventors were literally left out of the history books. Documenting the early internet now. A story about preserving that history in late twenty nineteen archivists from stanford university met in fremont california with over a dozen black engineers and entrepreneurs who had been working in the tech industry for decades. One of them was. Danny allan also been first engineering. Professors say some people in this class. That don't belong five of us thirty so actually wound up hating engineering. While to become an engineer. Alan worked as an engineer for bank of america and the electric power research institute in palo alto. He's now the vice president of global diversity and inclusion at sap labs stanford was interviewing allan and others for a new archive dedicated to the history of black people. Working in silicon valley henry low would helped build stanford silicon valley archive as a curator at the university. And he had realize that the stories of allen and others at that meeting were missing from the university's records to realize that there are substantial communities successful people who've not been fully represented. The archive is a. You know a bit of a shock. It's kind of sad disappointing. That that were at this position. But you very grateful to be be in a situation where i can try to respond to it though it had been inspired by kathy cotton. A longtime silicon valley recruiter turned archivist. She saw that. No one was telling the stories of the many black engineers and software developers. She knew were important to. The tech. industry's success. So

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Are Donovan Mitchell and the Jazz True Contenders?

The Lead

05:31 min | 2 weeks ago

Are Donovan Mitchell and the Jazz True Contenders?

"So tony. Let's start this story during last year's playoffs done mitchell and jamal murray have this epic battle in the nba. Bubble shot clock down to four. Mitchell has millsaps. Automobile three took three and returns the staredown ton of matchel clutch. Three pointer for the jazz. Eventually mitchell jazz fall in dramatic fashion a game. Seven two seconds ago for the winter. Tell us about donovan. Mitchell after that loss of known donovan. Pretty well in the four years. He's been with the johnson. I don't think i've seen him data emotional in the post game. There's so many things. I just feel like we could did and we didn't and i think that's just where the hurt really comes because quite frankly i don't i give them credit but i feel like we kind of eased off the gas. You have to remember the jazz at a be in the second half of game five which was supposed to be oppose out game for them to do more and this won't happen again is extremely down and he just basically said. We're not losing in the first round of the playoffs anymore. This ain't the end. This ain't this is just the beginning man. This is just the just the beginning. And i'm ready to go. Who begin right now and so once. The cameras were gone and donovan. Mitchell was back home in utah. How how did he spend. This off. season is funny. Because i talked to somebody close to donovan mitchell about this a couple of weeks ago and one thing he said was donovan was on the phone with people like literally. You know two or three days after the season Sam less workout. You know the thing about donovan. He's a guy that goes out and he works on his craft resolutely. And you know. I think that not only. Did he work on his craft during the offseason but after that the rest of the jazz from person one person fifteen worked on their craft under all season as well. Well let's bring it forward to this year. How did mitchell in the jazz start off. The current season they started off on four and with two really bad losses unforced turnover passing out an equal. Don't runaway league beasley. They lost the minnesota timberwolves at home. In the second game of the season they will blown out and outclassed in brooklyn nets team did james harden because they hadn't traded for them and they didn't have durant is everywhere. Count it at one but rudy rudy. Did show back up on the screen and brooklyn's play it with alan at the energy so basically re irving at a bunch of role players that blasted the jazz in new york. You know jazz nation on the fan base was kind of going crazy. The jazz a couple of games where they look like world-beater. They had a couple of games where they look really back. And tony. I wanted to ask you about this moment. That happened on live television a few weeks ago. That was really widely discussed. It started at halftime of jazz. Pelicans game when the tnt broadcast crew was discussing the game. My question to the panel. Donovan mitchell is that the point of superstardom where he can take you there. Or he's still all star status. He needs to be so go. Third option really. Yes yeah i feel like it. No talent to do it. He's a great score. Grew there but if he's not score. What else can you do. And when the game ended shack starts interviewing donovan mitchell. Who's still on the court right after the jazz victory. Yeah and he says. I said tonight. That you are one of my favorite players. But you don't have what it takes to get to the next level as central purpose on wednesday to hear what you have to say about that. I that's it i mean. What were your thoughts when you first saw that exchange so the irony of the whole thing is that the actual conversation was fair. That part of the conversation that happened at halftime that part was fair. We know the donovan. Vigil is a dynamic offensive player. We know that he is a star. We know that he is an all star. Caliber guy for him to be a superstar. He has to round out his game and do everything he's got to defend. He's got a rebound. These got make plays for others. What wasn't fair is shaquille. O'neal saying hey. I don't think that you have what it takes to get to the next level as a player. And i just wanted you to hear that. What's your reaction. And i felt bad for about donovan. Because he was really dominant in that went over to pelicans he didn't deserve to be blindsided like up on live television and frankly he handled it as about as well as you handle something like that. My rookie year norms gonna get better mood. I do wonder cuba. The look on his face. Kind of indicated that he wasn't happy you know about the question but at the same time he's always been a person that knows how to express himself. I think he's a guy that's kinda. Learn how to lockout the proverbial outside noise and kind of focus on what he has to do and i think a desk one of the reasons why he's improved so much as a player.

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Dallas First Responders Report Significant Increase In Calls For Carbon Monoxide Poisoning, Hypothermia

Lynda Lopez

00:44 sec | 2 weeks ago

Dallas First Responders Report Significant Increase In Calls For Carbon Monoxide Poisoning, Hypothermia

"The lights to come back on following a snowstorm and record cold temperatures there, and they're also getting ready for the next storm. Alinsky ia of KRLD has more. The DFW area could pick up another six inches of snow for fourth. Mayor Betsy Price says the city is opening up additional warming centers. This is truly a storm of the century. Most of us have never seen this and most of us will never see it again. Fire Chief Jim Davis says. The department got 1600 calls yesterday, including 66 for carbon Oxide poisoning because some people who had lost power would sitting there running car in the garage to warm up. These issues are real carbon monoxide is a colorless, odorless, poisonous gas. Fort Worth police got 270% more calls Monday, then a week ago. Alan Sky F for CBS News

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Miranda Lambert Is Sharing the Love for Valentine's Day

CMT Cody Alan

00:14 sec | 2 weeks ago

Miranda Lambert Is Sharing the Love for Valentine's Day

"Lamberts Cave 15 grants worth $1000 each toe animal rescue organizations for Valentine's Day. Herman Nation Foundations share the love program. Word shelters in over a dozen states so much needed funding. My nation was started by Miranda and her mom.

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Dallas Man kills self outside home of Texas congresswoman

The Dallas Morning News

00:45 sec | 3 weeks ago

Dallas Man kills self outside home of Texas congresswoman

"A man who shot and killed himself outside of. us representative. Beth van dyne serving home. Wednesday was a former staffer of the freshman republican congresswoman and gop. The urban police department confirmed his identity to the dallas morning news. Yesterday as fifty. Five year old richard christian chris dillard according to his linked in profile which shows him pictured with texas. Gop chairman alan west. He was van. Dines communications director for her campaign from november twenty nineteen to april twenty twenty the texas military department public affairs staff also confirmed that dillard was a member of the texas state guard. Irving police department public information officer robert reeves said the reason behind dillard's death is still

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Interview With Dr. Stephen Porges

Dr. Drew Podcast

06:19 min | 2 months ago

Interview With Dr. Stephen Porges

"Doctor porges. Are you there. i'm here yeah. I want to gush about you for a second because i am a giant fan of your work and the observations that you brought to light. I thought it was time we took your material to the public. Which i know is going to be a little bit of a task because it's very physiological and very technical but this is the future. Are we off line. No we're on. We're on the rock. I know it sounds like i'm not talking. Okay then go ahead and gosh yes. Dr borjas develop. Something called the polly vega theory. And it is that may not be a term that is immediately apparent what it means everybody. But he basically has shown how a part of our central nervous system that has been ignored for longtime or at least marginalized. Maybe at the core of understanding. How i describe this. How are emotional. Landscapes work I i came to work. Dr portas through alan shore. I may humble disciple of his work and his his work informed. Everything i do and he is backed by the Will be on in a couple of episodes to talk to you about his work But he has been able to show you know how the emotional landscape is built how the self is built and how this is a a. We've missed the fact that this is a bodily based experience and that the auto onomic nervous system sort of breaks accelerator of our system has been marginalized in our understanding of this thing. We call motions and feelings. Is that a good way to sort of bring it start actually going if you don't mind me dancing in spring it I actually Realized i finally realized that you were trained as an internist. And what i would say is to start this. I would say that. What i do is really the interface between internal medicine and psychiatry. Yes so You should find yourself feeling very much at home. With the linkage of the on a nommik nervous system to behavioral mental health disorders will and it. Maybe that's why you ended up in addiction medicine too. Because that's a similar crossroad You know it's it's very much you know medical. There's a lot of medical stuff going on. It's there's neurobiology that's completely out of whack there's interpersonal there's dynamic issues psychiatric issues but ultimately it is about the body and the body's relation to the brain and that is something that i think has been when people talk for instance talk. I'm getting off topic completely right away here but whenever hear people talking about you know Computers or artificial intelligence. I think wait a minute. Humans have this all other thing that they're embedded in that informed so much of what they're experiencing maybe it's all of what they're experiencing but it also informs what they're thinking how they remember things and how they process information. It's why there's things like intuition and why we have insights those actually our bodies creating those those sorts of moments. I suspect well. We are biological. I mean that's what we are and whatever we do whether it's art or music or social interactions. It's really based on our biology. And this tends to be you know marginalized this importance and as you've already realized that we live in a world that is very i'll use the term cognitive centric or cle biased. It's being the same thing that this little part of the brain that deals with our awareness and our alertness in our consciousness is the major role of our brain and it's not really To help our body run and the way. Our body is functioning also feedback and provides porto's of accessibility to different mental competencies. Well let's try to talk about the vagus nerve and what you observe to talk about the poly vegas theory. I by the way gave a lecture at the usc university southern california. I know where you are. You're at dr professor of psychiatry university of north carolina By the way you can find more information at steven porges. Pr ge's dot com and the book. Which will be on. Our website is the poly bagel theory. gave a lecture not university of southern carolina near you. The university of southern california which is our usc and I tried to tip toe into your material. It was interesting because I do think. I do use it so much. In terms of helping people understand. Emotional regulation and inter subjective experiences. And they were pretty receptive. I even wrote an exam question about it which is about basic theory based in a national in a format that we're all accustomed to talk about what you observe how you got into this. Well i i'll talk about the history of getting into it in a moment but i The theory is extraordinarily logically based. But it's also intuitive. So now you have this balance between really deep science and the history of neuro anatomy off the allergy in the study of evolution on one side and the other side. The intuition of it this is this is how we feel that we act and when you put those layers together suddenly demystify. The unusual experiences people have had especially those who have been traumatized health issues. how i got into. This is really backwards. I think We all get into things that interest us about feelings and trying to understand our our body but we often go into profession so i started off in psychology and i was interested in physiological markers or parallels of psychological processes with kind of a dream that you could put electrodes on people and you Understand a lot about them without talking to them okay so you could understand A lot about their physiological states. And as i started to do my work and this is actually several decades ago i started to ask more serious questions not Simply where there correlates or relationships between ordinary activity and talking to prophecies or emotional states

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S13E40 - burst 3

Ubuntu Podcast

00:30 sec | 2 months ago

S13E40 - burst 3

"Show of the year we thought we would have a bit of a retrospective on all of the good news. That happened in twenty twenty. So let's begin back in episode one on the twenty fourth of march martin. What good news did you find. I was delighted by alan running the Boon to will pay her weld cup and hardy. Heroin being voted as the all time favorite of boon to desktop wallpaper. Who would possibly have seen that result coming out

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S13E40  Ravens - burst 2

Ubuntu Podcast

05:27 min | 2 months ago

S13E40 Ravens - burst 2

"Everybody and welcome to the Ubuntu podcast is season 13 episode 14 It's the final episode of the year and of season thirteen it wasn't that unlucky after all. Hey, we'd like to say a big thank you to everyone who supported us this year with our patreon subscriptions and with one off PayPal contributions now as usual as this is the last show of the year. We are going to be going on Hiatus off for a couple of months at the beginning of next year to give us and all of you are break. So Martin, would you like to explain what's going to happen with our patreon while we're off? Yes, so the first thing that's going off. And is there will be a payment taken on January 1st or whatever, you know, the first week of January is and that will be the money that we use to pay for the team member production costs, but then we will pause patreon taking money for a boon to podcast until we return or if indeed we return that and because you know, we haven't had our career yet and decided if we're going to do this again, but we will be pausing the patrian whilst we're off the air great. So yes, if you're subscribed and you'll continue to support us then continue to be subscribed. We won't take your money without giving you podcasts. And in the meantime, Alan what have you been up to recently? Well just in time for the exhaust episode. I have removed the audio noise that was plaguing my system and also doubled my speed on my desktop PC. Wow. Is this the same fix for Bose? It was it was one fix that did both things. It turns out I use ethernet over power adapters tp-link devices because my office is like the complete opposite end of the house from the internet connection and to get it here. I didn't run ethernet. I just use ethernet over power and I've been using it for years and there's been this background like crackle for a while and I couldn't pinpoint what it was and I thought it was cables crossing over or something like that. And also the internet in this room is 50% of what it should be. I get paid for like hundred hundred and ten Meg or something that I get home forty eight fifty something like that. And when the kids are out one day, I unplugged loads of things and Shuffle things around and it turned out it was the ethernet over power device which has a through socket was plugged into a four-way thing and I moved it. So it's plugged directly in the wall. Magically the audio problem goes away and my internet is now twice as fast off. That's all I did was. The only thing that changed was me moving the ethernet over power socket to be plugged directly in the wall. Suddenly. Everything's faster and better. Wow, great. Well, I'm glad you got that down time for one recording. Sorry Joe Martin what we even up to I have been playing Hotshot racing with my friends on that their Internet. It's a good game. This is a driving game. I imagine it is. I think I may have mentioned it earlier in the year, but it's having a bit of a Revival at the moment. It's a low poly retro arcade style game racer available on Steam and you can play it under proton. And now now I'm not working for you know, the Christmas break. I was looking to have some fun so long I've started hosting some Linux game nights and this is the game. We're playing at the moment doing an excellent romp around the tracks and can people watch you playing even if they don't want to play they can wage. I've started a second YouTube channel just for playing games on Linux and it's all streamed there and everyone who's playing along with me has a voice in the room and it's a group effort. And in fact, some of the others are streaming as well. So you can even own overlay multiple angles of the game being played at the same time brilliant. And with that let's get on with the show you as it's the last show of the year. We thought we would have a big fight respective on all of the good news that happened in 2020. So let's begin back in episode one or the 24th of March Martin. What good news did you find? I was delighted by Alain running. The urban too long will paper World Cup and Hardy heroine being voted as the all-time favorite a bun to desktop wallpaper who would possibly have seen that result coming off but what transpired is I did a bit of archaeology and we dug up the original artwork for that and we were able to reproduce a 4K version which was included in the focal fossa. LTS release later in the year nice brilliant and speaking of that LTS release. We had more good news in a purple. Yes, indeed April was of course the release of the the focal fossa LTS release and you know, I think for Alan as much as for me, you know, this is a landmark for us off. The LTS is a very important but you know personally this was my first time around being, you know engineering

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"alan i" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

06:47 min | 4 months ago

"alan i" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"You just if you just get in the fetal position. It's a perfect. I've been hearing about how people can zoom bomb. They can basically just drop into zooms if they weren't invited to, and if you could just drop in as the baby from two thousand, one to random meetings. I really think it would lighten the mood. Kuby great. How you doing? Hey, hold. How my holding up yeah. They don't ask the other people when they're in their thirties. Do they scored? Because the pandemic and the corn team, we're flying I. If I don't pay attention to the news of Fine Right, look? We we live on. We're living pretty much except for going to the market which my wife is not do rank. The past six months everything's And I miss I. Miss. My kids were with a real faces. As is the looking, isn't it? If a living backwards world right now where if you go into a bank? Not Wearing a mask. rested. It's Everything's backwards and upside it says, we're living in a science fiction movie. It is. We are in our own Topi in future. This is bizarre. That was Zombie rb movie in the Aliens Very Very Small and the the enemy. We don't know whether alive or dead. We have no idea. We have an enemy that we that we don't rule businesses. Zombie. Movie it is or this is all a simulation over living in some type of weird computer simulation and that we completely lack the awareness every we study eastern philosophy that's that's without without the word computer. That's exactly what the. Nets exactly what it is a really interesting way to put it. So I did read your book and it was such a it's not at all. I don't know what I expected, but it was. Really Great unafraid spiritual journey web these stories that in the beginning. As you read further, I feel like at least I started to understand overall kind of arc of spiritual journey. There's just so many things that I'm so excited to talk to you about from. Meditation to Eastern Philosophy. Is. But it it it definitely as someone who's been practicing translator meditation for I don't know a few years now. You have I have Yeah Yeah I'm sure it's hopeful ready immeasurably in this past six months it does I mean it is it is sometimes it's hard to get going a little bit because you even point out in the book start to meditate, and then your mind is just flooded with chatter. And, it seems like. This particularly the journey of the performer, the comedic performer, it feels like a lot of our lives path. Is just silencing the name. In our heads and all time would you say that that has been a large part of your journey? You say another word well, I just mean like. Anxiety you know like. Thought Patterns obsessive thoughts negative thoughts You know self sabotage wanting to you know like too much awareness I mean is it Has that sort of been too much awareness of the wrong thing. Exactly. Yes. WHOA. What. A Mole I've heard this from several when I hear the same information from three completely disparaged sources I started thinking well, maybe something Then I it's like watching looking three dots that gives you the idea of what a circle as and then you find the sort of connecting go through that's going on continuing the are. Does that make sense? Absolutely. But what? I. Hear from several when I have heard from many sources of. The question is I've heard for many sources of. This is it is that ninety eight percents of the thoughts that you thought today. That you thought yesterday that you're not having original thoughts committee, your head, you just re. Was Hamster Hamster wheeling the same material that you did yesterday? And once you realize that when you start paying attention to that than. What I had to do as I said, this is a nightmare gotta get off this and that was part of the thing that led me to the exploration which continues. Now. Because it seems like it when you were young, it started with therapy and. And then it kind of transitioned into therapy, but also more eastern philosophy and spirituality meditation and. There was a constant journey inward, but it also felt like you were trying to dislodge something like some level of discomfort with yourself. Some general discomfort and Sort of realizing that's kind of a lifelong process. Particularly if you start recognizing that what they say it all he's in philosophy was beginning all this was business could be at the end. which is comforting. If you believe it or if you know what I mean, there's a difference between I talk about that a lot in the book with the difference between belief knowing something knowing something is actually scary something. I wanted. To be true. It isn't necessarily right. But I. I knew early on how I knew I don't know but I knew that there was something wrong with me and it wasn't the world was may I had to fix it? There was a sense one once I got told. Three people in my late twenties that I hadn't seen this guy addressed soon I said well, maybe maybe. Three people told me this. Maybe it's a good idea to wanted somebody and find out what the hell's going.

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"alan i" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

Ubuntu Podcast

02:57 min | 10 months ago

"alan i" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"And welcome to Boonchu podcast season thirteen episode nine. recorded on the nineteenth of May. I'm Alan I. Hope you're doing. Well I'm joined once again by my compadres. Marc Hallerberg Hayden, I am also doing well. Thank you good, good and Martin, are you? Yes, a little bit sweaty, but other than.

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"alan i" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

Ubuntu Podcast

02:39 min | 10 months ago

"alan i" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"And welcome to Boonchu, podcast season thirteen episode nine. recorded on the nineteenth of May I'm Alan I. Hope you're doing well. I'm joined once again by my compadres. Marc Hallerberg Haden. I am also doing well. Thank you good, good and Martin, are you yes, a little bit sweaty, but other than.

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"alan i" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

03:04 min | 11 months ago

"alan i" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"That you guys got away with when you were riding high on that wave of success while he was you know Danny had a lot to do with the Danube accurate would come up with characters. Think about it. He had a character called Irwin mainwaring. Oh the best. So real sleazy kind. Aga- glad bag. Yeah try to kill trying to sell products. You Know Baggio Glass. So this is fine for fun for a kid you know look chip's broken glanced. Johnny Human Torch. The Book Allen is laugh lines my life helping funny people be funnier forward by Billy Crystal. And you got a book that you did with Dave Barry Your Dave Barry in at a man's Bach. Yeah Young Jewish people yeah. I'm Gilbert Godfrey. Burt Guy. I'm shut the fuck up. Both hanging. God Pre aid has been get worked Godfrey mazing colossal podcast with Frank Padre my co host and we've had and we've been talking to the man who saw Milton Berle Skyhawk. Most importantly wrote film north turned out big screen. We urge bell. We urge our listeners. To Watch north I would be very curious. We have a lot of listeners ellen. I'd be very curious to see what they think of north. You should take some sort of Poland in a new context all of these years later. The book is wonderful. A great stories touching stories Your stories about your complex relationships with Gilda and Garry shandling. It's it's practically comedy. Writers Manual loved it. Haddish movie when we with Billy. When are we going to say well? Now we don't know because it was going to be the fall but now because of you know nobody's allowed to be together so thank God it's in the can and when it's raining when people are ready to go the movies again. I guess it will be released a Okeydoke and forty five years since. Snl since you walked in the room and saw gilded plant almost a half century. Wow my old. Wow so Alan Schweiger bell well Gill. How'd you like our first zoom episode? Your thank you thank you Allan. Thank you Darah together. Show called me up and asked if I would bryan his tall. I'm almost finished. So how do you like the show?.

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"alan i" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

09:52 min | 11 months ago

"alan i" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"You keep on insisting tell you about my chimp I find so. I go sitting into back Gary on stage. He's talking about his problems with girls and his with his mom and dating and all of that and how we spend most of his time alone and then he hits his ear and I yell out. Tell us about your chimp. And he looks at me. Goes none. That's it's too personal I I. I can't tell that story and he starts again and I go tell us about the champ and he says Sir appreciate that you liked the but I can't tell these women here in whatever I insist and now the audience catches on and the whole months is going. Tell us about the chimp. Tell us about the gym. It became like a whole thing. Okay so finally Gary goes all right. Fine he says. I have a pet chimp and the other night he just just imitates everything I do and the other night I brought a girl home for the first time I took her into the bedroom. And the chimp took one look at me. Jumped up onto the dress dipped. His hands is as a jar. There's a lean slept on his ass and bent over a Gary city girl. I I swear resentment done this before. Bed Jim Geraghty. I swear I had never seen anybody audience that way. Yeah I did maybe and be Calvin when I used to see him at catch or or the Improv. At the really early days even make the audience hate him then. Love Him and it was. It was a gary with this chimp. Story He Gary always spoke about his ass and he co like he would make those phone calls. Just like Rodney did Robin. I went on our honeymoon We came home. This is after. Snl No no we still doing. We were married in nineteen seventy nine so we came home and it's two o'clock in the morning so dead to the world. We don't even unpack on your suitcases. Plop into bed at two o'clock. The phone rings. Pick IT UP Allen. It's Rodney Amy Riley. What's doing Alan? When we were growing up we will poll. I go how are you? He says we are so poor. That come Christmas. We couldn't afford tinsel for the tree we used to wait for my grandfather to sneeze in the morning and I'm laughing aids a funny joke and this woman is going to spend the rest of the whole life as long as we're married getting phone calls like this in the middle of night runny. Says he thinks funny when he has. Yeah that's what I thought. He hung up here from him for two years was it. Surreal when Rodney came to host. Snl consider history with them. Yeah I had history with him and I was I remember writing a lot for the show that we and you'd think about it. The worst host we ever had was Milton. Berle and Rodney Probably around the same age maybe a little bit younger but of that school you know Giovanelli and whatever but there was something so hip about Rodney you know he was friends with Lenny. Bruce Okay and Joanna's was legendary. Joanne's you hang out at Hanson's you know the drug store there and sweat with a look to in the fly on that wall. You know George Karl. They were all there. Rodney was of that ilk in so when he came to host I was like proud. Hey everybody my dad's coming You're GONNA love you. It was great. Who were the aside from Uncle Milton? Who were the hosts that disappointed you the most personally disappointed? Early head an expectation craft. I think we talked about Louise Lasser less time. You know she was she was star. Okay Mary Hartman Mary. Hard right yeah. And she came and boy she was incredibly unfunny and she There was no flexibility. There you know certain people that method is to memorize something or just a you know you had the greatest Improv actors in the world you know with Gilder and Belushi and Bill Murray and Danny and Lorraine so it was a different school altogether and they had an idea. 'cause one point. They thought she was going to walk out or wouldn't do the show. And what was the idea of how they were going to fill her sketches? Oh you're gonNA wear the whigs Rykiel. Yeah all the cast members. We're GONNA to put on the Mary Hart App. This is how I have to find out when Buck got cut by the Samurai sword and everybody put a band aid on me. Buddy put a band-aid on and at the end of the show. Every for the good night's everybody had a band David. Same as you talk about in the book how you you decided to leave in seventy nine and it's sad in a way because had you stayed one more season you guys would have been on together. Who Said Gil? Oh you're killing. I thought you were talking about Milton. No the other. Well endowed comedian. I would have been surrounded by. Wow which we call it. I let the seventy nine eighty season so I left at the end of the spring of eighty gilded. Uk Monitor the next full Roy. Yeah you know we. We've requested tonight absolutely. It could have been fun. Yeah why do you think? Gilbert season didn't work Allen. I know the question. I think that you know something as I remember looking a couple of things going on their first of all look what they were up against the legend of course people who came before them. Okay so you know he did was an Eddie Murphy Yeah you had people you had Gilbert you head Eddie Murphy your head but I think it was up against the the to what was I. Also think that you didn't have at the helm With all due respect to Jean de Manian lawn was a genius lawn. This show long was very very funny. Lauren had taste lawn. Lawn was a comedy technician to a great extent. That wasn't in jeans Wheelhouse so even if you had a staff of writers and you head very capable actors. You didn't have anybody at the helm who could put it all together. The way worn dead also. I always thought it was like if when friends who was the top show on the air. If you change the entire cast. Yeah yeah sure. The only time that ever worked is when the first Darren died and B weird unaccepted. You just like the other guy everybody a new Marilyn Munster to those in those days. You know it's sweet Allen to the way you write about. Snl In the book. It's in the early part of the book you talking about going. Snl Forty Gilbert. Was there too short here each other? I think right behind Gilbert. Yeah but a sweet the way you talk about how well first of all your your heart goes. You're thinking about the people who weren't there you were killed and John and Dave Wilson. Yeah you look around and you're back to where you were then so I looked at it through those is Tom populated by now. You know People who are deceased. So like the director Dave Wilson and Michael O'Donoghue Gilda John. Of course or sergeant who is going mentor you know? He was the Now Herb was still there when you did the show. Right Gilbert. I don't remember herb sergeant dill. Yeah he may have been older man Gavin full share. He was a he was a much much less so Alan but a mentor to me. As well and later the greatest but lovely just lovely man gave me some great gigs. Yeah he was Yeah a legendary man and He had produced a remember. That was the week that was of course he produced that he wrote for presidents. You wrote for president. Every tied woken to know herbs. Sajjan was to be two degrees of separation from the world. I would go into his office. Ben Bradlee would be there and Gloria Steinem was like the love of his life and Art Buckwald Mort sole I met Petty Cheyenne Ski in his office. Everybody everybody he he. He was the quietest man in the world. Okay he hardly ever opened his mouth. Just stand in the corner and observe. He wore his glasses up here. His is reading glasses. And Larry Gelbart one said if herb sarge could talk. Can you imagine this tango line? How some stuff sticks in my head. I remember the opening theme just to lyrics in the opening theme of that was the week that was and it was. That was the week that was. It's over. Let it go yes right. 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"alan i" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"alan i" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Professionals her old man Alan I hear people are struggling to figure out social distance that's my rule of thumb always be far enough away that she can't hit you with an ashtray so would that's much more than six feet isn't it isn't it the more accurate to call this anti social distancing rather than social distancing because it's rather anti social that's I. I walked by last night the one of the last four meeting places that still open on the island for right at the for advantage for a take out and it was weird to see the people were like all standing six feet apart I was like everybody was afraid of cooties I know it's not I know what they're afraid of the virus but seemed like a coup D. type situation if you know what I mean alosi elevated it birthday the other day she called the very first boyfriend Hon because he was the one that's pretty good did you know but did you see Pelosi said that the the trumps one of Irish responses been deadly that I I I tweeted out somebody had sent this to me tweet from January January thirtieth she was still busy with the Ukrainian impeachment hoax at the time but she took time out to send out a tweet saying that that that trump's China travel ban was racist and xenophobic the that is a tweet that does not age well like all the new York times stories about how there was still a great time to take a vacation in China and build the Blasi as late as.

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"alan i" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"alan i" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Name is Alan I would you guys do a lot I'm intrigued as his own tree climber I run my own business and it's been affecting me a lot in the recent weeks yeah I'm in the Hillsborough area above ground Riverview cal but I do also have some notes you know the Lysol and other all these products a lot of these products already stated that they come back the corona virus so the quota nineteen is is the new version of a good thing coronavirus is that is that correct I don't know what's correct anymore ma'am but I appreciate the man or ma'am I appreciate the call very much not sure what would be the right pronoun there did a live alone who are you it is a job hi Jeff two things I have for anyone I just want to save their disappointing about the whole beach being closed thing if it's the fact the work needs to be closed why would you wait till Monday for a whole busy weekend I mean that's you know that's kind of the seeding the purpose completely writers but on the weekend goes through and second thing is one thing that I've I've thought about and one thing to do if there's not much doing you have to be quarantined drive in movie tonight the court junior card according to Joan enjoyed go when they still got the Silver Lake drive throughout their in driving out there in Lakeland I know you know any other drive ins me no I didn't even know there was any around here period yeah I drove past one on my way home from Lakeland the the other week and I said man that's cool there's a drive in movie theater out here is a good times we used to have a real redneck set up my dad would have a flat bed we put a couch in a mattress in the back of it that's that oh yeah it really was you matter what movie you saw drive in palm I don't remember any movie specifically but we went fairly often I didn't go with my family very often but I do remember in high school we all went and there was a couple in the front seat couple in the backseat and then me and my girlfriend Ameri in the in the very back of the station wagon and we've called an orgy what's not orgy if they're just three couples back and separately in a car wait maybe that is an orgy huh she's like there's there's interactivity between everyone well who's to say there wasn't not me seven two seven five seven I wanted you five hang on if you're online because we come back we're gonna play today's game little bit of a different slant on today's game John is a great idea and we're gonna go with his idea it involves us probing and exploring each other's areas of weaknesses and strengths it's called hit my sweet spot.

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"alan i" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

15:20 min | 1 year ago

"alan i" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Good morning Derek good morning Alan I am calling because I have something I call a union grass is growing up in the lawn that their little patches of it because so and so where is the great Satan brought it all yet this is already three or four inches up and it has a little of the ball but at the bottom if you were trying to get up but it has also apparently a lots and lots of the a teeny little boxes if you do you have it's impossible to get a mall is there some product I could be a and he used to kill that the yes there is now if you are going to dig it you can get almost all the bulbs if you dig a little broadly within you gonna be left with a big hole in the lawn guy go around filling up all these goals it is new grass has on it a waxy coating so it tends to shed weed killers make some just run right down specially on that narrow of foliage there are two things you can do we've been here all right we'll work on onion grass I would add some additional turbo spreader sticker with it which will make it stick better to the grass the onion grass well what is that you're saying you would use with the turbo T. U. R. B. O. it's a spreader sticker makes it stick to the foliage see it adds some of that okay and is that a the name of a particular product if you go in the store and buy yes okay it's a bond right product okay and would that be something I felt like you put that on before you close on the heels no you you makes it you make yeah you put it put you know a glug just one glove in with the because there's some in there already so you just put a little more in with the with their world for okay but there's something else you can do before you spray the onion grass it helps to to destroy that waxy coating on the onion grass and you can easily do that just by rubbing your shoe your soul live issue over the on the grass Laura Lee before you spray please go there and drag your shoe across the awning grass and that will destroy the waxy coating and it will ruin the onion grass so we can better absorb your we've been around for okay my neighbor also mentioned she thought there was some products that contain vinegar that you could use that would take care of that do you have any idea what that is or some mix of faults that occur I don't think vinegars gonna kill it vinegar may burn the top off of it but I don't think vinegars gonna kill it okay he added it was something that contain vinegar out of some combination of chemicals including vinegar but I you know the name of it or any well they're they're featuring these products now for people who want to be totally organic but organic we control is very very very difficult and not entirely effective and onion grass is one of the toughest weeds we have in the lawn so why wouldn't fool around with any vinegar product okay sorry good I have one other question we have rather Denton and as families have turned to hail green and some of them of turn that you know yellow look yellow or yellowish and is there something I can use yeah well you can feed it with your cottonseed meal fertilizer but I also would put some iron sulfate down iron sulfate okay good and that's that although all of those products are available and a well stocked garden center okay sorry good thank you very nine I think you're in good shape all right great thanks a lot take care bye bye okay let me mention the best grass seeds I know of the Chesapeake valley grass seeds a Maryland company blending for Maryland using the grass seeds that come out the highest in the Marilyn trials not a nationwide company blending for some kind of average you've got your vitality which is threefold turf type issues blended together blue tag certified by the state of Maryland and you won't often find blue tag certified seed around zero percent weeds and it is available all this has to be valley seats are available at the three A. stores now they've got Jake great this is the is the dash AC I have every you mainly because it has a high percentage of hard fescue hard fescue is a more expensive seed but I have known loans that were totally neglected for years and the hard fescue it really has taken over and survive so for shade you need a good amount of hard fescue if you look at you have a shade seed you won't find it in there because it is more expensive what using Chesapeake valley sees they are competitively priced the seeds that do not have the hard fescue in and I'll tell you a little secret the reason why the hard fescue is in such amount in your shade may is because I asked them to put it in there and they agreed and while what a great shade seeds and of course they have their sound in shade mixed together for India where you've got areas you're not quite sure what's going on with let's go next to Forest Hill what's that didn't work hello hi Todd Hey you doing doing okay what can help you with well real quick I've got winter agonized thank a lot of ground cover and it's in a shaded area little bit of shade is there anything you recommend that I can put on there just to give it a little booster should I leave it alone what would give it a little shot maybe a little I I would think you could use organically mill organized or you can use plant trust land plus okay land trust all right just throw that in there yes because the actinides Nobel's all that stuff is just spreading like crazy is doing great but I thought I'd give it a little shot of something one other thing those people that listen to the program that have bluebird boxes believe me right now is the time if you've taken the effort to put a bluebird box up go out make sure it's clean from any debris or any other little mice living in it or anything like that because this is the month that they're coming with the scouts looking for places to nest this year I know the our season in my yard yeah they actually sitting on top of the of the of the house stood trying to chase away everybody else is common well you know they're so gentle and they're they're not an aggressive bird other birds can sometimes take a box and you have to keep an eye on him and just make sure that if there are there are you don't want to see another bird command you to do going to clean that mess out and get it back ready so a blue bottle take it live Preciado you're reminding us of that no problem all right you take care you do the best you can buddy all right bye bye okay let me mention my favorite tree service quality work at a great price licensed and insured a cut above four one oh nine eight four zero four six nine let's go next to Cornwall New York morning Maryam good morning Ellen how are you this morning I'm doing okay good Ellen so I'm calling about a tree in my yard is a connoisseur it might be possible but I'm not sure and it doesn't it's a lot of trouble years it has not been doing too well it's about sixty feet tall and then there are quite a few years many decades and until it's been a couple years ago it looks much healthier than it does now the branches seem to stand out there Gregory and the very small branches with the needles are attentive group mostly rather than fort point more two zero more to above and order up and and I was wondering if you have any suggestions on how I could go about researching what to do to treat it or to have a tree service come in and look at it in person it's not in danger of falling but of course I am concerned that it is in a weakened state that you know it it might cause any of my clothes problem with the storm right you probably have a disease that is going around killing loses in the areas it's called needle cast again needle cast only okay okay and it's is it started out with the blue spruces and it starts at the base and it worked its way up also I suggest you ask the tree service if you have needle cast and if you do just have to create a plant any more school okay no need okay in all orders adult content I have never actually fertilized it it may have been fertilized years ago but so I had we haven't been doing anything of that nature it is a nail care should I try to see it in some way you can certainly features with plant trust okay all right okay all right very good okay Ellen I have one other question I have coupled amaryllis here one in particular in his bloom twice and the blues of course stated but on the second go into the second round two of the four blossoms has a small green bowl will look like soldiers behind the flower which of course is no dried up and so when I was hitting the the the flowers I know not to green though they were on the other two of the four blows I didn't you know what they are as those are C. during the winter those are seed seed pods Bob okay that are about to form and they will take strength from the bulb growing amaryllis from seeds can be done but it takes about seven years to get in trouble okay so you probably don't want to fool around with it she just cut him off so to cut them off and they're not they don't need to stay there or just cut them off to take a break from the ball all right okay thank you very much Alan appreciate it you're very welcome okay all right bye bye okay let's see here I want to mention again what's going on if a so they're fully stocked with all the things you need to take care of your lawn and the plants are starting to come in a nice selection of early perennials came in this week in Edgewater and they're all twenty percent off including the hellebores and I do recommend you buy hellebores whenever in bloom so you're sure you get you know the previous ones and the winter blooming jasmine which is a low growing shrubs that I mentioned are only twenty percent of all twenty percent off in all three aces in Milwaukee tonight let's go next to track good morning Beverly good morning many years ago I planted what's called I think of spring store flower.

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"alan i" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"alan i" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"I'm going to ask the mayor and Alan I to hire more inspections so they can go out and address the underground economy at city hall Pat Loeb KYW newsradio it's twelve seventeen democratic presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg says he's willing to release at least three women from nondisclosure agreements that prevent them from speaking publicly about him when it comes to any sexual harassment or discrimination suits that may have been filed against him over the past three decades Michael Bloomberg said his company had identified three non disclosure agreements that were signed over the past thirty plus years with women to address their complaints about comments they said he had made he wrote in his statement quote if any of them want to be released from their NDA so they can talk about those allegations they should contact the company and they'll be given a release end quote Bloomberg said he had been reflecting on this issue a lot over the past few days and that he decided for as long as he's still running the company the they won't offer confidentiality agreements to resolve claims of sexual harassment or misconduct from here on out Steve Kasten bomb New York health news this morning news about the flu and you accepted the flu pandemic in two thousand nine the number of childhood deaths is the highest at this point in the season since the centers for disease control and prevention started keeping records in two thousand four overall the CDC estimates at twenty nine million people have gotten sick two hundred eighty thousand were hospitalized and sixteen thousand died with hospitalization rates for kids are also higher and the experts say an earlier peak in influenza B. which is especially hard on kids maybe one reason for the uptick I'm Jim Johnson and now the latest on the coronavirus years correspondent Norah o'donnell the World Health Organization warned today that the window just stabbed a deadly corona virus outbreak was closing amid concerns over surging cases with no clear link to China meanwhile the state department is warning Americans against taking cruises to or within Asia over concerns about the virus the CDC's Dr Nancy Meissonier virus represents a tremendous public health threat we don't yet have a vaccine for this novel virus nor do we have a medicine to treat it specifically looked in cruise ship passengers tested positive for the virus they were part of a group if we're all being monitored at the university of Nebraska Medical Center after all were evacuated from a cruise ship that had been quarantined in Japan well done K. Y. W. support sponsored by septa up all night with twenty routes from twenty four hours is seven learn more dissect the Philly dot com here's John Johnson down is there water the salary arbitration between the Phillies and J. T. Rowe Muto did not rule in the catcher's favor for more here's K. Y. W. zero for cardio Phillies catcher J. T. Realmuto lost his arbitration case on Thursday no hard feelings it is pretty much what I expected you know I've been through the process before disappointed in the system more than anything obvious I'm not disappointed I make ten million dollars like I said before I'm fortunate to be in a position I'm and so on that part of not just one with it's just kind of a system and how catchers are treated.

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"alan i" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"alan i" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"In this budget I'm going to ask the mayor and Alan I to hire for more inspections so they can go out and address the underground economy at city hall Pat Loeb KYW newsradio the campaign of Bernie Sanders now reacting to a report that the Russian government is attempting to boost his campaign over that of his democratic rivals first one a bill rate cough reports Sanders condemns any Russian efforts to interfere the report in The Washington Post says that officials told the Sanders campaign that Russia is trying to boost his presidential primary campaign as part of an effort to interfere with the democratic contest the trump administration was also notified according to the report it's unclear how the Russians might be interfering in a statement Sanders calls Russia's Vladimir Putin an autocratic thug who is attempting to destroy democracy into the New York times has been reporting U. S. intelligence officials have been telling lawmakers in a classified briefing that Russia's meddling with with the hope of getting president trump reelected the president addressed supporters at a rally in Las Vegas today blaming it on Democrats and saying they're obsessed with the Russian angle Mr trump is calling it quote hoax number seven it's not clear what form that Russian assistance has taken previously U. S. prosecutors found a Russian effort in twenty sixteen to use social media to post Sanders campaign against Hillary Clinton part of a broader effort to hurt Clinton and ultimately help elect Donald Trump nine eighteen it's time for KYW sports sponsored by self does drop your ride in yourself to keep balance on the sap apple or more lives up to Philly dot com slash yeah here's John Johnson as the Phillies make final preparations for their grapefruit league opener tomorrow against the Tigers the salary arbitrations with closer Hector Neris and catcher JT Rome you too have been a bit of a distraction for some for more from Clearwater here's K. Y. W.'s Ricky Ricardo with the last two outstanding contract situations being settled with J. T. Realmuto and Hector Neris with his four point six million settlement on Friday manager Joe Girardi's glad that all the paperwork is out of the way you want to get that stuff on the way so players know what's going on and you know it's good to have J. T. back today we'll have Hector back tomorrow which is good in a sector smiling face Phillies in Tigers Saturday afternoon to kick off the grapefruit league season and Clearwater Ricky Ricardo K. Y. W. newsradio meanwhile the one constant within the Phillies organization over the past forty years in the fanatic has undergone some changes and we'll have a new look which the team will debut on Sunday seventy Sixers will once again have the spotlight pointed right on them when they visit the top seeded bucs Saturday evening in Milwaukee Milwaukee the top seeded team in the Eastern Conference six years a half game out of the fourth seed the flyers play this season has them sitting pretty in in.

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"alan i" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"alan i" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Nine east main street in Westminster opposite pizza Bali's let's go to Silver Spring morning gene good morning Alan I always enjoy a show on Saturday morning I had a question about soccer coca yes I had a plan has been in the ground at least every three to five years and it doesn't grow very tall but I wondered if they'd say it has a fragrant flower I've never seen very much of a flower and I wondered if it's because I'm not feeding it should I be seated it would see may or cottonseed during the winter away reason why you're not spelling smelling the flower is the flower is on there in February okay but no you should feed it with cottonseed meal and I do that now yes you can good okay warded in and sprinkle it around the plant yeah organic fertilizers don't activate until the soil warms so it's not going to be available to the plant immediately but it's going to sit there like money in the bank okay by the way it may be in flower now I see a little tiny something but everyone that plays everything I've read says that it's very fragrant I don't are there white flowers open yet or not there's nothing that says well it's a little white kind of very tiny the size of a he yeah yeah yeah there is fragrance to them all there is yes so I guess of all wait until February and take a look you know Larry articling worries here so no that's right what take a look listen my witch hazels are in full bloom and they have been for two to three weeks well okay I mean I have the tree in my front yard that is loaded with yellow flowers and what is it a witch hazel how it is okay and then also by the side of the road I've seen a yellow flower in bloom is that winter jasmine could be if it's another kind of the evergreen vying the shrub could very well be I think it was planted by the you know county or whatever kind of cascade yes we have jasmine all I say and they're suppose we fragrant too aren't they yes hi well wait a minute windows live jazz ones are I don't know that winter jasmine yes I say I I I I don't know I've never noticed it and I don't have it anymore all right well thank you and all sprinkle some cotton seed around the first going to see if the smell is there because there is a little bit of a smell the cottonseed meal and if the smell is there on the spark of coca I would wait all right so compete with his sweet smell okay all right thank you so much you're very welcome have a good weekend bye bye all right with only two Silver Spring again good morning Mike good morning Mr summers I do not want to get overzealous but I am anxious to get spring started saw what that does some grass seed how soon do you think I can start writing that down they say.

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"alan i" Discussed on Do By Friday

Do By Friday

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"alan i" Discussed on Do By Friday

"Didn't want to go back. That's cigarettes doing can't can't rates Merlin. Everyone except child is too young to understand. It's our go to a strip club. I don't really take no no. Oh Oh you don't go there with let me know Merriman going Erie. Pennsylvania recommend going to a strip club with all of my friends who liked it more than Roderick and me. Whoa no thank thank you around on? You bringing like a pen like Pencil and a pad to like sketch them as they can. You just hold still for twenty minutes. Yeah please hold up of. It's very interesting in my mind palace. It's going to be a working class Pennsylvania or New Jersey turnpike. You go there and the music is all stuff from the mid to late eighties. It's all going to be like top gun you telling you that at-bat at-bat out of looking up. Some things and Alex is younger than these Jonathan. Do you think we could rent out. The Dolphin and own often is clothing dammit. I what have we rented out a strip club with like a bunch of like I would say People we are like mutually interested in and like just made them play like taking back Sunday dashboard confessional on made them daily hours dancing. Yes is. That's your party. Yeah I was in la recently. And I went to a strip club in La. For the very first time I had ever been to a strip club. It's it's called Jumbo's clown room hard pass on that one. It's an all female owned and operated strip club and it honestly honestly like I was very like I don't WanNa go to ship club. This is wild and I went there and I was like this is cool because like nobody got naked or anything thing but people were dancing and they were doing like cool shit on the poll. They were doing stunts and Shit and Mike Is. That is true clowns club there but they they didn't get naked more of a burlesque club. It's taught burlesque there dancing for them strip clubs. Sad add burlesque club happy well. I know this is problematic opinion but it is it has a poll right like like it explicitly. licitly there's a pole in the middle so it's like the concept of this is like we are. We are doing like quote unquote stripper things where we're like spinning around dollar bills at us. Kevin you'd be so cancelled if this wasn't the after show and they're also firefighters. I also this is the one strip club live in La. All the only reason I went to is because I was recommended to it by all of my a queer female friends from La so basically it was like hot got it was it was. BOOBS is what you're saying but you didn't get to see any net. No no yeah I mean it was just like it was just like it was going to point if no nip and also it was it was basically just like going to a dive bar that also happened to had half a stage where people were spinning around on Paul. Here's the thing going to a dive bar and then also looking at people who are far more attractive than me doesn't of the same gender does it would just be discouraging. Yeah Yeah exactly yeah well. It's it's called life to take out the dive bar. Part and add forever is just see everybody. That's more attractive the La no you. Mustn't you must not go to La. Now Alex is younger than the power. Mac I'm aware aware.

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"alan i" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

Happy Sad Confused

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"alan i" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"Today on happy. Second fused our older on communicating and his new film marriage story. Hey guys I'm Josh Horowitz. Welcome to another edition of happy. Said confused the true icon. That is Alan alda. I can't we all just in my office. Sammy I can still feel I'm here Sammy. Of course back on the PODCASTS. For I don't know three or four of the last episodes stimson here. Yeah it's a little known in fact about Sammy. She has no ability in English and history. But Yeah Alan Alda was just here. He's someone like I'd never even fathomed would be on this podcast. I don't think Donald is a real a real person that's made his major the keys too big for this. They'll clearly. It was horrible decision. The moment he's all you know we had a good time. He has a podcast. It's worth listening to. I've looked I've been listening since I knew he was coming vice. Ace Voice. Clear and vivid is the podcast. And you heard me saying the intro about communication. This is kind of passion of his life which is how we communicate in all all forms whether it's with loved ones or scientists communicating with each other politicians artists. He is obsessed with how we communicate and how we can communicate better her and in this podcast. I'm putting his podcast more than my own. But it's a good one. Oh everybody stopped listening to that. One's podcast he talks to people in all aspects of life. And it's a really cool array of guests definitely check it out and as you said he's got one of the best voices in the business comforters. Moving I think so. He came in here not necessarily to promote the PODCAST. That we do talk about that. But he's also in the new film marriage story which is from writer director or Noah Baumbach who you may know from good in the whale Greenberg a whole bunch of great movies this latest. It might be my favorite of his which is saying a lot It's definitely it's one of my top three or so the year for me. It's really great. They just say this early. Are you GONNA stick pick up there. I'm pretty sure I want to go back and see it again. It stars Adam driver to Hanson. And it's kind of a story of really divorced. I it's a it's a couple of separating they have a kid and how they are dealing with the all the complexities of splitting up including lawyers and custody etc.. It's real it's really funny. It's really sweet yeah great performances. Adam driver I. I is a real contender to win. Best actor for this. I think he's all he's like. The King of Christmas season this year he yellow. He's got that in Star Wars. Yeah yeah he's everywhere in the Amazon one two. Oh Yeah the report which is also good. The report is worth checking out to. He's great he's really great in an and Scarlett one of her best performances too. I think she'll be nominated. Or dern is great. I think not to get all to award see but I think she's she could win for supporting actress. There's a lot of potential uh-huh and all the plays at drivers attorney in the film Worden's kind of the attorney on the other side and he's great in it and he's just uh-huh yeah it's kind of a character that has a bit of that Alan alda folksy kind of persona but is also still the distinct thing for the other stuff. He's played so this is a delight. He's so easy to talk to tap dance. He did not. Do you see that video right before he walked in hoping you would see it and realize this is what people want to talk about. So what was it that was him and his granddaughter. Yes tap dancing in his garage so what. I don't understand why he didn't ask him about you or your rival podcast in the office next door. That's actually grabbing all my guests as they walk out it'd be like okay. Let's do a real one now dabbled in tap. Let's talk well. I wanted to leave room for our next conversation. Smart actually but he is an inspiration. He's eighty three years old old. He is so he's so busy he's he's sharp as a tack. He's he's he's he's doing acting podcasting writing he does it all and and he is an institution that I want to be around forever so so thrilled to have Alan alda on the show. Today I should mention marriage story is out in theaters in New York. But it's also going to be on net flicks December sixth. So you have no excuse guys December six. You can watch it in the comfort of your own home That being said if you're in New York probably wait to see you in on a big screen. It's worth that's all I got Sammy. Now that's enough. That's enough right. You don't need to talk before Alan Alda's coming care people were here you for the Aldo. Yeah they're not here for US chitchatting all right. Let's get to the main event Mr Alan alda remember to review rating subscribe to happy. Sad confused. Spread the good word and please enjoy this chat with one and only Mr Alan alda funny to say the Sammy was thinking of on the down about to be on this part your.

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"alan i" Discussed on Homophilia

Homophilia

11:37 min | 1 year ago

"alan i" Discussed on Homophilia

"Quit that job because chemo was really invasive. And it was going to be a year of recovery and stuff and then I really rushed back into work after Chemo because I was so eager to get back to being normal all and mentally. I wasn't back to normal and I had I was at the What's the movie theater? The old CINERAMA dome. Yeah thank thank you I was at the arclight and I was leaving the Ark Light and I hadn't seen a movie or anything. I was just leaving the ARC light. I don't know why it was there and I had a meltdown in the garage. I couldn't see like I went blind like the panic attack. Got So bad that I just physically couldn't see and police were called and it was the whole thing so it was a year raft. That of you were in remission by then but Joe isn't a remission technically when it's not true all cancers but my cancer and my chemo There's a five year window for remission after the diagnosis state and then there's a ten year window because the chemo that I got for leukemia remission. So it's it's or being being cleared of leukemia. Because you have a window that you could possibly get leukemia in that ten year window. And I'm still in that window but I'm I was like a year out after Chemo. Well a few months after Chemo when I had the oh so remission. Tech technically begins when that window N. I C.. But I wasn't in Chemo in recovery. Getting checked and stuff but technically. Because there's there's a high chance of it coming back or something else or going into another part of your body. They give that long Wendo and I have been out of Chemo for a few months when I had the meltdown and then WAKEUP call that you need to address. Yeah Yeah I went to the hospital for a while and then I went into therapy. And that's actually where I found on my psychiatrist for connecting me to my rabbi. So it was sort of a full circle thing but it was a it was a it was a rough rough roughly two years there where I was pretty much out of commission so there wasn't a lot of dating but there was a lot of sex mistakes. Sure you gotTA gotTa have. Aplenty affects mistakes. And then after that it was so interesting meeting Michael because like I've been another long term relationships and they all kind of started this way way. Where like there's never any discussion of a relationship? It just sort of happened. Yeah it just happens it just becomes that even him moving in. It wasn't a big conversation about like is. Are we ready. Are we at that place. It was just like this makes sense and I really don't WanNa drive across town kept like let's do this and it's it's worked but has the experience that you I mean you. You lived a life that most of us. We'll never even experience before hopefully but yeah before even getting into this relationship with Michael did how did it a change your approach to Ta- dating. Yeah my I mean my go-to thing for when anything bad happens is at least. It's not cancer which is like a real Downer for a lot of people I get but I also like being that person so I think in a weird way I used to be really affected by. I dating failures before cancer and I mean I think with anybody. Anyone who has had a traumatic thing happened in their life. That dramatic thing is often the touchtone one in which you look to for solace like you look to for putting things into perspective that things don't spiral out of control and I don't have another blind meltdown down at the ARC light. And it is a touchdown it still like. It still was A. It wasn't easy because I couldn't connect with anyone and but I often can't connect with people like I can't like I couldn't communicate necessarily what I was feeling because in some weird way I had had this I think possibly arrogant perception that they're not going to understand how I'm feeling anyway or anything that I've done or gone through or whatever and and I just didn't want the questions so a Lotta Times I would just either self sabotage a relationship or dating thing or I would just do it for the sacks and go and really I think some self destructive paths. Yeah I had a lot of self destructive. I traveled a lot. I perform Berlin. Oddly enough and I would go there and get into a lot the trouble and yeah I just did a lot of really self destructive things through therapy I calm down and figured out a few things awesome. Yeah can we get Berlin anecdote. Sure I got robbed in Berlin. We're getting a blowjob. I remember what didn't dig deeper. The go-to story for that I was I was on. I just gone over there. This is like maybe a year after two years after Chemo and and I had I had gone over there for a show and because I used to do this tour group where like we were performed for American students universities and in Europe up and you just shake lots of jewelry yeah dynasty jewellery over here and and I had had I went out and had some fun. You know drank a little too much and I went to one of the famous dark rooms at the bars and Berlin bars and I went down and I'm not. I'm not very cool of a person like in just not cool Like you don't look at me and think cool like you look at me. Well I mean but you know what I mean like. I don't go in and I'm not like I don't have the gear or like the facial hair. I had a beard for Awhile Network for me but it just didn't work. I'm just not that person and so I couldn't meet anyone the way other people were meeting them. Do you know what I mean. Like coming up in a really intensely sexual way or whatever so I met this one person who who is standing near me and I literally said You WanNa like that was my pick up line and it worked and I was in a corner and he was blowing me and and I and then all of a sudden all these other guys came over and I was like I'm cool. I felt really cool. And then we went to a private space base and then afterwards I went up to buy him a drink. Gentlemen and I didn't have my. I didn't have any money like I had. Nothing had nothing and I was like and I had my wallet but like I didn't have my id or anything. So I didn't either get into bars and Berlin and I am paranoid Roydon. Leave all my stuff at the hotels where only money with me and business cards. I had business cards and I go back downstairs thinking maybe it fell out of my pocket or maybe something happened during the blow job and I just see I used to have these business cards with my face on it with a microphone was old school. Like stupid comedy business cards and I just see a sea of my face smiling a bat me where someone clearly took out. My Wallet took out my money. Put my wallet back in my pants that were on the ground like my pants were like at my that my ankles and and Yeah I got robbed and do you think that he was part of. Uh maybe it was worth it if so it was a great hookup but like I mean. And if if if he was part of it he really put out so like earned it in a way sort of. Yeah I mean I think like I don't think he was involved because I don't I wouldn't do anal for something that is like the action if the robberies already happened I wouldn't continue it and go do anal unless you're really into me much possible. Yeah it's a beautiful note to end tender. Tell people where they can find you. Yeah I'm H Allen Scott on everything and you can go to latter-day Ju Dot Com for the film People listen to Oh yes we're worse. Go with my podcast I do. With eleazer and Brent Sullivan to very funny. Pass this coming of this fucking well. We haven't had Brent yet. You haven't got to work on that. He's very good. He's he's awesome very intelligent to crack that Shell. Don't ask them to take a shirt off. Never thing he's never knew showed up to a pool party of mine in a black black sweater and jeans. Yep Yeah that's that's been solid like I'm excited about. Yeah and I love Elliott. Who will take a sort off? Because I've seen him take everything. Well no you won't take everything off unless he's a certain situation you know what there's something I really want to settle with Elliott that you can. I'll say this person but it only occurred to me after after the fact that he he did this podcast. We talked a lot about stuff that you talk about on the on the on on your show gay instagram influencers Sir. Yes all of that and and him. You know considering being surprised that he was dating someone because he can never considered himself sort of one of the handsome 's and then shortly after that podcast episode came out. I saw him at a party and I was with with my friend Diana and she never met Elliot before and I was like Oh you you just heard him and she goes. Yeah and then I I. I saw the picture they posted a view with because Elliott's is is ripped. He has like a full like eight-pack. Yeah and she was like very surprising. Varies apprising whatever. Elliot said to me later like could your friend be little less surprised about what I was. I totally get it and I never explained it and followed up with him but I'm like. Oh no she what she didn't mean like. Oh I never thought you would have she her introduction to him was hearing on the podcast and the way he described himself and then she saw picture of images psycho. He's Hot I think. That's sometimes the disconnect and I have a heated disagreement over the intention action of words. And how oftentimes like for example if on Grindr someone messages you and they say hello and you're not interested in that person. What is the follow all through? Do you say sorry type. Good luck or do you just ignore and just let it not even engaged so that there's no pretense of of of interest and I'm of of the latter camp I think don't engage. Don't give any hint of any interest at all send. The same message stings a lot less things a lot less whereas Elliott just things. You GotTa be Nice. You have to be nice and you have to acknowledge if someone communicates with view that communication you are. You're you deserve a communication back and I am of the type you don't deserve anything now are owed nothing. Also your approach is nicer. Yes yeah I think so and so this person and I I can. I've experienced this with Elliot to before where you know it's it's about the it's about words. Then how the perception of those words and how we take those words in and And that's a very common theme very funny theme with an Elliott which is is what which is why he heard it and I only realized later. Oh she was only saying that because she had she heard the way that you described yourself on your podcast and they saw a picture. Sure view after that but I will say Brenton Elliott our pussies insofar as they can't take any they won't look at comments. They hate criticism whereas I like get off on it. I know that I can be problematic and that sort of the role that we play on the podcast is that I am the more queer one. I'm the more flamboyant one. I'm the more out out there. and Elliott is sort of in the middle area of sort of being in the Gay World Kinda hating gay world sometimes and Brench basically.

"alan i" Discussed on Homophilia

Homophilia

10:27 min | 1 year ago

"alan i" Discussed on Homophilia

"I think at one point like there was there was lots of sort of tension between the two and it's not unlikely that a kid. She takes a piece of pineapple from his bowl that he had as a treat. He gets angry because he has a history of being angry at her. He takes the closest thing a flashlight he hits on the head she passes out or or heated. Probably doesn't I I think that at the time he didn't know that he killed her right. Yeah allegedly I think that he hit her she passed out he went. He told his parents his parents than did the horrible. I allegedly. Maybe did the horrible things that happened to her. After that incident right. Yeah so it was not a small foreign faction nope it was not a small foreign faction and I solved the case years ago. I was telling people for years. Follow the fruit. Follow the fruit. no-one believe believe me I studied the case meticulously and then finally. CBS also home. My friend Gayle King solved when I have believed forever to be what happened and now with Laura Richards and Jim Colucci of real quick profile foul. And how come is anyone going after the brother. Well I mean no because there's nothing they can do Colorado Law. You have to be ten years old in order to be convicted of a crime and to be able to commit the crime under under under Colorado Law and he was nine and a half really not even I think he was just shy of being ten at the time of the crime so no the only thing that potentially surely probably could happen. And I don't even know what the statute of limitations are is possible involvement by the father. But the I'm obsessed with it. That's my favorite murder. They did interview interview him a couple years ago. Dr Phil and Dr. Yeah and the odd thing with Dr Phil is the lawyer for. Dr Phil is also the lawyer for the father. So that's how that all got connected. So That's how Dr Phil got the interview and it's like. How is this an unbiased interview? If your lawyer is the one who set it up like your lawyer protects you and then he gets you the center and so with Doctor Phil's approach I'm here to exonerate this essentially. Yeah when it's like you don't you can't really do that right. You're not unbiased you have taken this. Yeah yeah here's kind of a creepy. I mean obviously it was a creepy interview kind of had. Here's just a weird. I mean. He's Kinda hot though in that. Like strangle you kinda way like. He's he's like hot like you know he's GonNa be weird in bed. You know what I mean you know. He's probably going to Um mm something strange whisper like I really want cheerios. You're random or maybe by or pineapple the street mill apple in itself. I love yes. I'm not a dairy person so it's also various setting. Looks like or duplex brother. kind of I mean that's not. That's not a great picture of him. He does have an unfortunate smile. Close mouths look more like murderer. Yeah yeah allegedly. You don't WanNa get okay. Were you obsessed with the Shawn Hornbeck kidnapping in Saint Louis. Oh yes I was. I was too because it was down the street from my home yet. Where my house where? We're both from Saint. Louis where are you from Kirk Kirkwood. You're both in Kirkwood officially okay. Yeah but that's what I thought because I I remember talking about that previously. Well okay so it was this kid and I guess he disappeared in like ninety one. Let's say yeah something like that. He's twelve or thirteen. It was a town called Corkwood. He was younger than that I think he was he was a teenager when he got foul. Right yeah so yes so he he disappeared. It was in Kirkwood. Where where there's a proper main street and there's like a train station Nice cream stores? Yeah and so he disappeared and there were signs that whole summer home signs wanted to get involved. It was all all over the news. It was all over them but there are lots of kids going missing around that time in St Louis so this kid was found. How many like eight years later? Yes something like that because the kid had like similar situation missing yeah not in Kirkwood in like southern Missouri. Like near the boot Hill I think and the kid had been missing for like a couple the weeks and the boy was who sean who had been kidnapped for years. They found a little boy. And then they found sean the same brought back to the house where and he had been like the place where he had been kept was a quarter mile away from his home. Yeah and he like. I mean you could would probably make a case that it was Stockholm Syndrome. I recently watched the Oprah interview that they gave after after he was found and he talked about sitting. There was a website that they they made to find him and he messaged his father on the website. Not Saying it was him but saying something like do you still think he's alive or something like the kid messages father he had access to the Internet. He was playing games. He could go outside. He could do all these things so you can make a case that it was Stockholm Syndrome. Essentially terrified what would happen to him and I didn't go into details about what happened to him but I think you can probably assume what happened and and the kid just lived for years but then there was something when the new kid was brought brought in it shifted in something in this kid and I think there was this protection that the other kids Sean was doing for the Little Kid and and the Guy who was the kidnapper. He was the local pizza guy at emails on Kirkwood road. Yep Pizza how he made my pizza. I ate his pizza for title on Pizza. Especially most is so polarizing topic but yes it is delicious by it. Even if it's Ki- Kidnapper Bob Child Predator problematic. Yeah but it's still delicious. It is still delicious with the garlic cheeseburger and now now that kid is like you know he's probably thirty up by now. Yeah Yeah and and he's just you know kind of gotten back to normal life. He seemed even after he was found fairly level fairly. LEVEL-HEADED I mean. Yeah the Oprah interview you can watch it on Youtube because I did. He seemed after the kidnapping after he was. He was very close with his father. You could. He kept looking to his father father in the interview. You could definitely tell there was an emotional attachment. That he after being found was latching himself to his father and he and his father in the interview. There was a lot of sort of taking care of each other are making this case but he seemed fine and I'm thinking like after a kidnapping something that that long of a kidnapping I'd be a mess. Yeah Yeah you know my probably look great. I probably within he did look he looked good. He wasn't handsome kid and I'm sure he's a very handsome man. I mean I go back to Missouri quite often to see my family or to perform or whatever and I there is something about that like you know now soft belly Missouri Man. Who just you know? He voted for trump. But you just want it. Jesus Christ. He's on twitter. He is he is. He's on the handsome can't yes he is. He Looks Very Oh. This is an old picture. He Yeah I WANNA make sure you remember who I am. I think there's even an organization that they have now to help with other kids that have gone missing and stuff. There was a recent case Jason Missouri. I forget her name. You would remember Angeles something. It was an early ninety. She was reported missing and and then they found her body and she was like tied to to a tree in Saint Charles. Yeah and she was barely alive but she had been there for days and then she eventually died and they just found her killer or her rapist. I guess eventually killer Through DNA later while we're on this very topic. Have you seen that Sandy Hook at. We're recording this day. Oh describe I refuse used to watch it. You really should is that. It's by the group the the Organization Sandy Hook Promise and it's it is a looks like a target target back to school. Add these caller folders really helped me organize my homework. Whatever and then it's like the school where this like peppy back to school will add is being filmed? There's a shooting they'd like but the kids don't break the the rhythm of the Ad Really. It's just it's fun it. We're looking from boulders. All No it's just it's I don't WanNA spoil too much but it's like it's it's all about stuff that they bought for back to school and and I it how they have to use it in an actual. It's I don't enjoy just watch it shootings do I would not as much as I should should but it does occur to me sometimes when I like when I'm in a packed theater asked by myself like Oh this would be the perfect place. We are stuck here. I'm on edge liquid especially because of for some reason the Walmart shooting really hit me and shop a lot and I I find talking with with Michael. My boyfriend fully go about this. We were at Disneyland or something and like I find myself like on edge especially if I hear a noise or something like that. I'm very much because I am always ready for the killer. I think that's probably part of it but also like I think because there's been such a frequency of mass shootings recently that like in public spaces. I feel aware of it. I feel aware that like something could happen. Like I'm not necessarily looking for like where I would block them. My boyfriend's like you can't control it. If it happens it happens like you can't think about it. But it's also like when I'm at target or whatever I do especially like if I go to the target in Burbank banker. For some reason. I feel like the far out of Los Angeles the more. I'm scared for like something could happen. I don't know I mean that's probably barely should he have to say but I I. It's all these these pockets outside l.. A. Where you might as well be in like southern Ohio. I mean you know. Trump didn't didn't win sort of Orange County but like he came close and it was. Hillary was the first Democrat in a long time to win. Orange County presidential candidate and like if I go anywhere outside outside of La for anything and because of promoting the movie and stuff and going to a lot of synagogues and stuff outside of Los Angeles..