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Fresh update on "alec" discussed on H-sana
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"A and welcome in is with shall episode of some and smokes where everything good and wife is worth discussing I'm your house made man Bob and joining me for this episode is Made Man Brent. Thanks I didn't realize it quick shot meant that we were going to be short episode. Not Drink these really quick house too late now so that it had a different meeting. Entirely we have went. We have women at supplies. Mansell's out. And Good Ole boy justin it can morning by. Well, today we're going to discussing some recent limited releases from the folks that locks go. We have the stone two thousand and nineteen women at addition Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey, and we have the what's Road Distiller as double barrel, Kentucky Straight Bourbon, Whiskey, and this episode sip sudden smokes is sponsored in part by the or whiskey society to find out more about the society in their events, you can visit them at. F.. T. l.. Ws Dot. com. And we've reviewed quite a whiskies from the folks that go yellowstone over the years But what's have Justin gives a little background about them just to refresh your memory. So let's go began in nineteen, fifty eight when Paul a Lux and David. Sherman. Senior created the David Sherman Corporation as private. Label bottler. Serving the needs of distributors, wholesalers and retailers starting out with one brand in nineteen sixty have steadily grown portfolio to include vodka rum gin occurs more importantly whiskey whiskey. Latin. Clean Windows. Get. In two thousand, six, they changed their name to Lex goes attributed to the founder pollock's. The company's one hundred percent family owned to this day. A few years ago. lesko bought a fifty percent stake in the limestone branch. Still Ary last year, they completed construction of their own thirty, five million dollar distillery in Bardstown. Kentucky. Named the Lux road distillery, it's really pretty distillery of your embarked. Sounded should. Definitely. A swing by I gotta try the. I. Haven't been to yet. So I went there when they were building it and we got the walk around through the construction site, and then just recently I got to stop in and it's been. Probably, ear and year, plus since I was there. So it's all finished and landscape and everything really really Nice Oh. Maybe. Why don't we have Brent, tell us about the first whisky thinks the first one we're going to be trying out is the yellowstone two thousand Nineteen Limited Edition Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey, this is. Yeah one, hundred, one, proof, Fifty, point, five, percent, AB, nine age stayed they they say this has got a suggested retail price around one hundred dollars for seven, hundred, fifty milliliter bottle. So Steve, beam his brother Paul? Being opened up limestone branches story in. Two. Thousand Eleven With the goal of create crafting the finest whisky in small batches with the history of is still on both sides of their family beaming Dant, the brothers are seventh generation distillers in two, thousand, fifteen, they brought the yellowstone brand back to the family. It's A, it's A. Real Alec, and a lot at that story because it's it's the exact antithesis of every big corporate distillery. Ever go to. It's a little place. The first time I went there the first I walked in and. There's a dog land next to the still who's looking at me like, what do you want? It's just so laid back. They were. You know they've expanded now considerably, but still it's You know it's it's a family run operation and it's If you're if you're up in, Kentucky definitely give swing by the tour guide is worth a visit us even. As. He's he's he is awesome. Let me tell you that guy is golden. There's very few tour guides that are really worth visit and he's one of the. Absolutely, but yeah, really cool place and they keep growing and we were up there doing barrel back. They're coming out with some really nice stuff. So. What did you say? Oh, actually. I did have a little bit information. Rumor has it that this is a blend of nine and twelve year old barrels.
Fresh update on "alec" discussed on H-sana
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Cubs extend their winning streak to 4 behind Alec Mills' 7 innings of 3-hit ball in a 2-0 victory over the Royals
"Baseball games last night. Cubs rolling along behind Alec Mills cheese Guy's been fabulous, gave up two runs to Nick Castano's In Cincinnati, and that was it seven shutout yesterday. Cubs went to nothing. And I loved again, David Ross. Not being wedded to. He's my closer. I got to give the ball the correct Kimbrough because I don't give it to Craig Kimbrel. What am I saying? David Ross absolutely says that a Joe Madden impression is that what you were doing yesterday, you say wasn't professional. And now that's the voice. I did not say He wasn't professional. Yes, you did. But that's the Joe Maddon voice you're using. Well, who is that? That was just mean. Maybe. Maybe in funny. I I'm just telling you Most managers would have gotten on paying him $68 million. That's my closer. I got to give him a baseball. What do you want me to do? I can only put out there who they give me. You know that voice that you do? It sounds like you're pinching your nose as you do the voice, But you're not. It's quite the skill. Isn't that how he sounds standing? Yeah. How do you do that? You're like, you know, like it Sounds like you're pinching your nose easily. I'm not pinching my nose. All I know is that gave me a 16 million Now they're closer. And I got important man. That's what you want me to do. What I like to do
Fresh update on "alec" discussed on Reverie True Crime
"I can't remember what it was going to say it was really good though, but you know I mean. Just to me meeting people in getting to know them. I don't as say. You know once they started to figure out that David was the father of most of the kids that were like there was a room there's three or four girls Alec Kids. I, think that's what I started come to the combination. This is, and then in a study he said, yeah, these are my kids and I'm like. Instead of being like well, that's terrible or awful or whatever. Mind said, well, how do they not kill each other? Right I had some pretty interesting situations as as a young musician in Hollywood but the. Differences they went home getting cheap. You know it's like you can have a lot of girlfriends that was cool but you didn't marry them all and keep them with you and had families with them. That's. Cool but. How how's that even happen? Ninety kill each other. which liked that that is another thing that somebody as they said, what was. What was it like living with everyone and if the women actually did go along with each other. But did they help take care of each other's kids? Mum It was a community effort all way along it was it was the nominee. It was an amazing Dana behold at something I. I will never see again in this lifetime. I. Don't think I want to I don't think I would seek it I certainly. Kidding deal you one one of the time enough for Matrix. We I mean I can imagine two or three, and then having to deal with all those issues. It's a constant. Suffer everyone my and I just you know I don't know how David was able to do it or get away with even want that. Sending. Steve was actual dad to. One. Or more of the children. Who What Steve? Yeah, it was it saved. That was one of the fathers or. No Steve was married to Judy Judy, end up having a child with David. Okay. Okay. That was the controversy there. Yes. Yeah. and. So you know by the time I figured all that how Bad. I Don I? I could imagine coming in with significant other. Could have been able to do it. I came in as a single guy so. For me it was easier to deal with plus in a sense this is gonna sound really work but I'm really honest about it. It kind of fit my world view of what the final message would be like it. I'm to explain that because that's going to sound really strange. But my World View of God or Christ or or the Messiah and you know. What I did a podcast. Recently in someone made me look at something very differently about religion. There's. Different forms are group's in this country. Shumur Jesus people. Summer, the holy mother people and Summer God people. In other words, they tend to favor Christians tend to favorite Christ you know. Is the Father Cheeses Guy. Estimate tend to be like, God's My guy, you know Geez representation of God but guys my. Catholics or there's other religions where Mary is. Other areas. On the they all three work together similar. You don't say to me it's always been God the father but when I found out the thing about. Rush that groups that fascinating was the Holy Spirit Feminine. That's something that's the community but out there for seventy years. So under Lois Road, she tied the Holy Spirit. Feminine Worship Fury Proverbs Eight Nine. Those scriptures talked very much about its female voice speaking to man saying that when Sh- when the heavens were made she was with him the Creator when the seas..
Isaias Lashes the US East Coast
"Fine. Debra Rodriguez it's pouring in Britain Mar, Pennsylvania as Tropical Storm Yes races up the East Coast. This woman in great Mills, Maryland, says her backyard has turned into a river. Just watching the water rise. Say yes was a Category one hurricane when it made landfall in Sea Isle Beach, North Carolina. Overnight storm surge in flooding rains prompted high water rescues in north and South Carolina. The storm was far worse at Oak Island, North Carolina than this woman expected. I was just looking out the window. Saw the neighbour's car's flight. It's Alec out the back window and I saw my jeep floating away. Just gone a Espana deadly tornado near the small town of Windsor in northeastern North Carolina. Several other confirmed tornadoes caused widespread damage at North Carolina and South Eastern Virginia. Jim Krystle, a CBS News
Tropical Storm Possible into Monday Morning in Georgia
"Is in effect for half a dozen counties in Georgia coastal Georgia. As a weekend Tropical storm makes its way of Florida's coast today. Coastal Georgia will begin dealing with the impact late tonight into tomorrow, Channel two action News reporter Tony Thomas is in Glen County. We have a little saying we always want to hide from the wind run from the water. Emergency management director Alec Eaten expects 35 to 45 miles an hour sustained winds with gusts hitting 60 into Monday. That's if the storm hopefully passes out in the Atlantic are storm surge Possibility is kind of between 123 I feel some beaches in Georgia have been ordered to close. No real impact Expected in metro Atlanta right now 83
"alec" Discussed on Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast
"Inside Conan Colin Unimportant Hollywood podcast. Beautifully done. I'm half of the hosting team my name's Mike Sweeney and you are. Jesse gaskell. We're both riders on the CONAN show. Yeah the. Non Emmy nominated Conan show. Yes. It's Hollywood's fourth-biggest night we really is we were nominated for them as a few times once I went and you know they have bleachers for fans fans, television I. Guess. Just, yell at all, you know are celebrities that are walking by. You know people yelling Conan is like I don't know twenty feet behind him and I'm just like you know K. I just an anonymous schlub and then somebody yelled Hey Lincoln what 'cause I played Abe Lincoln on a few sketches. So I was like to my wife honey please stop. Hold Up. Got Milk this my fan is here. Yeah exactly. What on one moment with his sad man in the back of a bleacher. We did sketch us all the time where the way the sketch would end was figuring out a new way to assassinate Lincoln Oh. Wow. Yeah I think once they had me come out. As. A reanimated head. And I, hear his head, and then the curtain opens again. John Wilkes booth sped comes out in a separate Shar and he has a gun in his teeth and he shoots me Oh, man, it's kind of. An old cliche and the sketch with someone getting shot. Yes. I actually think that works exception. Yes and it. Teaches history. So it's educational as well. It's true. Well, have you been? Are you still sewing? I am still I was actually showing right before this really when is your sewing time like is? I'm serious like stressed out I don so all the time like late at night seems not good. That's like silence of the lambs slowing down in. Only so skin suits at night. During the day it seems like the right that's nice. I put on some music and I was listening to a Jimmy Buffett. Record. Okay not just any music. You're so into buffet. We have a great interview do you have a great interview? The please this is one that we recorded a long time ago but we've been sitting on it. Maybe the pandemic was in Wuhan and we were all just like. Oh, China get your act together. We mentioned in the podcast a pandemic would never come here. Right and if it did, it would never last more than a month and even if it did, it would never shut down television production most hallowed occupation. In this country, we talk to Alec Berg who if you are a fan of television I think you're a fan of his sees one of the minds behind Silicon Valley and Another reason we want to talk to him was he was one of the very first writers on late night with Conan O'Brien was, and then he left he and his writing partner left to right on a show called Seinfeld. Am I saying that right? Does he regret that move will find out? Here's Alec Berg. It's the cans on, and then what is this podcast? Today. I don't do. Really don't. Yeah. We were wondering how much of this territory will be trodden but we think people have an oh good. That's great. I, don't know that a lot of people know that you wrote for Coenen. So that's exciting. Yeah. People don't know that I write for any. Buried in your resume, we should introduce you Alec Berg Hello Welcome to the podcast. Thank you well. Thanks for doing this. Thank you for Friday on a Friday afternoon in Los Angeles. Yes. So far this is going great. It is. Actually. Very well, I don't know if you're being sarcastic but I think it's great. I'm assuming it's all sarcasm. I assume every interaction I ever had with anyone as Sarka. Sometimes. See I actually have the opposite where I'm often being sincere and people think I'm being that happens to me a lot where every once in a while I'm sincere. People just assume the boy who cried wolf. Yes. So you gave it up and. Mostly, quit Alec of this incredible resume. But the one thing a lot of people don't know about you is that you wrote on late night with Conan O'Brien. I did briefly in Nineteen ninety-four that started in February of ninety that would have been ninety four. Yes. Show we got there for show ninety nine how Jeff Schaffer ny who I worked with Maven ears were writing team. Yes. So we got there yet in February we got there there were nine massive blizzards that winter they still talk about the winter of one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, four, New York is like one of the worst ones ever and. For eight of them, oh. Wow. So it was like blizzard and then the snow would start to melt and then another blizzard and so that's my memory of trying to get to thirty rock over. Ten feet of snow on the sidewalks allow you ll already living in New York? No Jeff and I moved out to La in the spring of ninety two and we had been trying to get half our jobs and we had gotten tiny nibbles of things here and there and just enough to keep us in macaroni and cheese. Yeah. When CONAN started hiring, we met with him. We were actually jeff and I met with Conan the day he moved to new. York, we went to his apartment that was on doe heaney. You know near what was then chases, which is right on now. So. He just said whatever you like. But we meeting with him and literally his car came to take him to the airport while we were talking to him and I remember him. Pacing. Around and looking out the window and he said, do I need to leave now? He's here. I'm supposed to talk to you guys, but is it rude that he's sitting down? They're ready to take me and like. Yeah. Yeah. This this is so you can leave them waiting for our. It was weeks before he became unbearable. Now, the driver's sits out there for weeks. It was literally the moment that he left. Allow and you guys were meeting with him about something unrelated know about writing though, right show he an Robert had started to sort of like Robert Staff. Yes had started to talk to some people and Jeff and I met with count and then we wrote a submission packet and Robert Spinal Being Roberts Michael. We didn't hear back. and. Then we got a job on a half hour show starring then unknown Jeff Carlin. Show as you may have guessed, didn't go anywhere. And then we got the company that produced. That show also produced a show called Herman's head, which I know you've seen. and. So we were working on Herman's head and we got a call from Roberts model and he basically said Okay can you start tomorrow and we'll ed what do you mean how? Can you start exactly I mean almost literally that and we're like will first of all, we send that stuff in months ago and never heard anything second of all. No, we took an adjustment. -tated. He's like nobody told me you took another job. In the months ago but as luck would have it, Herman's head as you know got cancelled. I'm a real head head. Yeah. Although it didn't it went on hiatus. So we went on hiatus like you know they they shortened the order and it all but got cancelled. So we called them and said, hey, were around. So that's why we started at show ninety nine. And not at the beginning, right. So we went out there in February and work for three or four months. Yeah and then we were under option to Herman's head. So we had to come back and they didn't pick it up. Okay and once we had moved back to La we were sort of waffling or like it just been through the worst winter of US history. Yes and then we were talking about coming back to Conan, and then we got a call from some friends of ours that worked at another show called Seinfeld which you also might have heard of, yes. Not Herman's head but. At the same point? Getting, you're going even Steven. Yes the scale. Comedic. But so we hired Seinfeld. So then we had to call Coenen back and say we're really sorry. Yeah. But we have this other thing and so we ended up working there and that was the end of our with Seinfeld. Edited ever since Yes. Yes. I did Seinfeld had been on when we started working there it was already the number one show. Has Done I don't want to say they had done all the good episode. Because I was there for slightly more than half of them. But it was an established show. Yeah it was. It was already. Yeah Getting, made in the Mafia really had you know met Jerry you're or learning?.
Teen sentenced to life in prison for May 2019 school shooting
"Colorado, learning his fate Friday for killing a student and injuring eight others during a shooting at a stem cell cell school, school, Alec Alec McKinney McKinney given given life life in in prison prison With With the the chance chance of of parole, parole, McKinney McKinney cried, cried, his his families families of of those those impacted impacted by by the the shooting shooting and and students students and and stem stem school school Highlands Highlands Ranch pleaded for the maximum sentence, which would have been no parole. Douglas County Sheriff Tony Spurlock people that do that This's evil. And evil should be addressed with the maximum sentence. But McKinney given life with parole, McKinney's co defendant is due to stand trial in September. Alex Stone ABC News You're Listening to
Google's Dave Burke Talks Android 11
"Hello welcome to all about android episode, four, hundred, eighty, two, it on Tuesday July. Twenty, first twenty twenty, where your weekly source latest news hardware and APPS for the faithful I'm now. And Ron Richards. And Florence Ion. Hello, hello, three of you joined. With a fourth, actually, we have a fourth person. The Brady box squares joining us today. Return guests to the show. We've now had you on enough time, so we can say you're definitely friend of the show Dave Berg who was the VP of engineering for Google for android. APP. How you doing Dave? Thank you. L. Community back I'm, excited to be here. Absolutely we're always excited to get you on, and we feel like we've kind of like struck gold when we can have needle that works on the ANDROID team on the show, especially this close to the launch of the next big version of android. Of course, android eleven were deep in the in the waters of the Beta right now. I've been running it on my Pixel xl. Flow riding. I'm I have not installed it online, but I'm living vicariously through flow and. Flow and Jason Dave. What is the most exciting point new role out is when the Beta on for the first time you get those first early reviews, or when it's finally rolled out as the final release. The final release all already anticlimax, everything's working, and so we're not too worried about a Beta, the first. Not The first of all reviewed with the first data is the one that I most nervous, because that's when all of the things that meeting working on SORTA. Come together, the narrative comes together and subways loader at that point to make sure we actually added something that makes sense. PASA. Just good, but we all. Right for sure I mean when you're doing a public Beta. You're doing that I beta. It's really kind of a symbol from Google to say hey, we feel confident enough in this. That is not going to totally wreck your phone. You know through some weird random occurrence that happens. It's going to be pretty safe. It's going to be relatively stable. Nothing's perfect of course, but it would be. It would be kind of difficult to release that and realize Oh. Wait a minute. We actually did miss that thing and it's. It's turning your device too much, so let's reverse that so I. Imagine there's lot of nervousness around. Yeah exactly do we always going to be tested? We call it. A lot of Kugler will use the bills early on, but it's never the same as going broadly in others can wifi access points me out and seeing devices. We haven't seen the Turks are absent installed himself getting up. Water Reaches Sube reporting for US getting the feedback from the community is just as critical to to make it all work together. For sure and you've had a little bit of uncertainty obviously everybody has had some uncertainty with this work from home. A little bit might be the wrong choice of words there, but it's kind of played. A had an effect on the schedule a little bit as well. How has that like? How has that been? You had an idea for the roadmap through. Developer previews and into Beta and then he kind of had extended a little bit. Why why the extension and how? How was it navigating through that? Yeah question I think. The biggest challenge isn't the length of time working from worse at the transition from work in the office, working from home, and so you know I think as we all know. It was quite a quite are quite. Our world turned upside down routines. Mess up and it'll be. We're getting up at home to work from home as RB. A lot of work to do on our tooling so that you could use for example, high-powered desktops are on your desk in the office. devices debugging at home, and like making sure plumbing rolls out works remote add and things like that and so. There was kind of a point or lost productivity really over few weeks to get back up, we actually tracking our internal. Sales so changeless Alec the flow of changes are going through. The team probably dropped him at seven eight percent I would say in the work from home shifts. And so that you know that kind of added up And, so we decided schedule back a couple of weeks. I'm actually rivalry keeps going like I I mean I think actually I mean. Everybody TAP to this this. We're all working your own but it was nice. Especially see my team to make out. Adopt adoption and keep things moving along.
15 women allege harassment, abuse by ex-employees at Redskins Park
"Spent a month to forget. For the NFL franchise formerly known as the Washington Redskins. After decades of controversy, the team name was removed. The search for a new name continues and out comes a report in The Washington Post, which alleges Pervasive sexual harassment on the part of team employees. 15 women told the newspaper. They were harassed relentlessly and that the verbal abuse was ignored. One of the accused employees was the team's radio announcer Larry Michael. Retired yesterday, the team's director of pro personnel Alec Santos, who was fired this week, team owner Daniel Snyder refused comment, but the team has hired a law firm to conduct A review
Nick Cordero, Broadway actor who battled COVID-19, has died at age 41, wife says
"Tonight devastating loss Broadway. Actor Nick Cordero Battled Corona Virus for ninety five days before the disease took his life at age forty one. Cordero's wife Chronicle despite on social media, people around the world followed all of us hoping for his recovery Cheney most is out front. Broadway star Nick Cordeiro struggled for three months in the I. See you in a coma up and down, but he is awake. Data is awake. But more down than up I am asking again for. All the prayers mega prayers, his ordeal documented by his wife Amanda Clues from bullets over Broadway. To Law and order his career is going great this. Could be one of the Great Wall until it was cut short by COVID. Nineteen God has another Angel in heaven. Now posted his wife. Nick had been young and healthy as Alec Baldwin noted. Last June nick was looking at his newborn son. Elvis in the ICU, this June nick was in the ICU himself, and through it all Amanda shared the experience. He told me for times that he won't survive. He was put on a ventilator is. Gone for two minutes, and they had to resuscitate his heart, they had to amputate away. It was a situation of lifer leg. He communicated with his is by looking down. Yes, to know US since Amanda recruited an army to say prayers created the HASHTAG UP Nick inspired people to Sing Day. Wake Up. Fans in Arp work, go fund me page for medical expenses zoom past, eight hundred and fifty thousand dollars, and rising just a few days before his death, his wife spoke with CBS so grab his hand, and I'm waiting to the day that he called my hand back that day, apparently never came. He missed seeing his sons I. Nick Cordero was outlived by his one year old. Who will grow up hearing stories of how much he was loved.
Seattle police subpoena photos, video of protests from media
"Police Department is trying to subpoena some of the region's largest media outlets. Cairo RADIOS Alec Downing has details on what the department is looking for. The department is demanding the Seattle Times Cairo seven, King five Cuomo for and Q 13 hand over unpublished an unaired photos and video from the downtown protest in late May, where several police vehicles were set on fire and police firearms were stolen. The media outlets are fighting back and say the legal action violates the First Amendment. As well as a Washington state journalistic shield law that limits the circumstances when unpublished work must be turned over to law enforcement. And
Russian officials: 78% of voters back extending Putin's rule
"Have back constitutional changes that would allow President Vladimir Putin to extend his rule four years Alec Loon reports from Moscow. Russian authorities have said 71% voted for constitutional amendments. That would let Vladimir Putin remain president until 2036 but some electoral officials were filmed giving money to voters will others held raffles for cars and apartments.
"A mistake that many photographers make as they make a go at being a professional photographer. is believing that being a generalist is an advantage. Saying that you can photograph, anything doesn't leave impression with a client that you think it should make. Secondly. It leaves the photographer to be defined by what they're hired to do. Rather than by the work that they have a passion for. You may achieve financial success. But. It may not be the type of photography. Sings to your heart Alan Clarke had a clear idea of the kind photographer. He wanted to be and the kinds of photographs you wanted to make. Based in Nashville Tennessee his desire to be a photographer in the music. Industry could have led him to photograph. Country Music Stars. But. He didn't want his physical address to pigeonhole his photography or his aspirations. so He created his own path as a commercial editorial photographer resulting in a career that has allowed him to photograph the likes of Sir George Martin even. Hawk Bob Newhart and two former presidents. I hope this conversation demonstrates the importance of defining who you WanNa be and who you are as a photographer. This is about an annex and welcome back to the candidate frame. Are, I. Alan Welcome to the show. Thank you glad to be here so glad to get Nice Mike. Voice this should be. This is gonNA sound good? Stuff. You ever watched thirty rock now know. Alec, Baldwin and Will Arnett, both have amazing voices, and so they played that up a lot, and that's to our strengths as well so they had like a sexy voice off at one point. Close to each other, and be like I can do that and then they to be like. Yes, you can this. Man Gets. Today's the record this. The astronauts took off on the capsule and the rocket today and I know you're thinking. What you're talking about. You're saying. Neil. Armstrong! Yeah, it's a replica of his suit over a Hoodie. So Yeah I've completely nerd out today you've you've photographed a bunch of the of the suits. But where did the best nation begin? I think like most of us. You think of these images and you dream when you're a child like I was I wanted to be. An oceanographer wanted to be part of the cousteau. Society I wanted to be an astronaut and. Set in my second third grade class looked out the window and reflected on every port report card ever had. Would get these notes of our report cards to be like a you unsatisfactory. He just doesn't pay attention. He looks out the window constantly. That's what I got. Unsatisfactory what they had on the report Carsberg. Takes. A dreamer looks like when they're little. We have the album are recordings of the Apollo flight at my house, growing up so double album and it had pictures of the flight and I remember. I didn't think I really understood exactly what I was listening to just Kinda of thought, it will couple. At record on and just listened to it and look at looking at the pictures. I think it's probably still in my house somewhere. Let even though I don't have a record player anywhere near, let's. I, don't know I'm not one of those. Guys. Are. You saying you're not a hipster? Is that what you're saying? I think that by a couple of decades man I duNno, sometimes. My wife tells me their original hipster. Looking into some of this I'm like I. Don't know, but then I look at myself. When I do that. A you still have a record player and listen to things and she may be right. Working the idea that you want it to be able to photograph the spaces issue. Number of them have and you know I guess the idea came along Huntsville. Space and rocket center is only two and a half hours from Nashville so. have been going down there since I was a kid. My parents took me when I was little, and it just never stopped and something like a tradition. Take took my children there and. I've had photo shoots. Their showed up multiple times I. Don't think they. Enough to where they're sick of me, but it's pretty close. And just kept going there and going there, but then when I would do like photo shoots across. You know our great country. I would go to in in Boston there's A. Museum for JFK and I've been there and just seeing Johnson, space center in Houston of course, and all the different spots every time I get a chance I'll go and visit and just take my camera with me when I go, and my whole point is to just record these to record them like I would do it. Not like a tourist would try to actually light it really well, and sometimes you get permission to do these things, and sometimes you don't. But most of these things are on public display, and were American citizens, so we can kind of like just Bassani and people don't know this, but all all the museums in DC are all. All free to American citizens, because that's part of our taxes, and that's what it goes towards, and so you can kind of do anything you and requests, these types of things, so it started years ago through a space and rocket center, which was a privately funded thing, and it was on the redstone arsenal, the right next to the arsenal base course Verner von Braun worked out of Huntsville Developing Saturn five, and so it's steed like a weird thing like an Alabama of all places steeped in this rocket tradition. You know that know people just don't know about and they kind of had them. They're just to kind of hide them a little bit. Kept them safe there instead of putting them in a big city like DC or New York, but that's when the fascination started from as from a very early age, just repeatedly going down there and shooting these things and You know on crappier cameras when I was little like instamatic disclaimer. Even growing up as a for NYKANEN.
Julie Dart and Stephanie Slater
"In July of Nineteen, ninety-one things looked promising verizon year old Julie Dodd. bobbly spirited teenager with wavy brown hair and a smile she had recently finished high school, and was hoping to fulfil locked long dream of joining Britain's armed forces. Julie had grown up in late the largest city in the northern English county of West. Yo Shaw where she still lived with her mother. On Tuesday July, nine, nineteen, ninety-one Julie, spent the day with her boyfriend twenty year all Dominick Nari who lived in the nearby suburb of gitten. At six o'clock in the evening, the couple went to dominique sister rose's house where Julie helped prepare meal of Roast, Lamb and Yorkshire Pudding. After They Dayton, Juliet excused herself to start not shift at the hospital where she'd recently started working as an orderly. At seven forty five PM. She cased Dominic Goodbye and departed wearing a black skirt with a pink and black jacket. At, nine Peon Julie Find Dominique to say she would be working until eleven thirty PM and would then return to her Gnheim. Dominique noticed that there appeared to be music. Playing in the background is though Julie were calling from a POB. Two days past and dominate could didn't hear from Julie. Then on the morning of fraud. Agent Lights Twelve. He received an unexpected visit from his sister rose, who had found a handwritten envelope addressed to hin amongst her male. There was a letter inside written in Julie's handwriting which read. Dominic helped me plays of Ben. Kidnapped and obeying held as a personal security until next Monday night. Please go until my mom straightaway. Love you so much, dominic? Mom find the police stride away and helped me. Have not eaten anything, but I'll have offered food. Feeling a bit sick, but on drinking two cups of Tape Day. Mum Dominic. Help me. Love You all? Julie. Upon rating the letter Dominic Cold Julie's mother. Lynn Dodd to rush Daiva to rate it for herself. She noticed that despite being pending Julie's handwriting, some of the woods and freising didn't Santa luck daughter at all. More IVA lean couldn't understand why Julie would be abducted and held for ransom. Has Family had little money? Lynn immediately called the police to report her daughter missing and gave them the lead off. Police began looking into JULIE'S LAV Born on March one, nineteen, seventy three, Julie Anne Dodd, was the first chart of Lin and Alec Hill who went on to have a son named poll two years later. When Julie was four years old. Alex left his young family and in Nineteen, seventy, eight Lynn remarried and electrician named a and dot. The Julianne poll what close to their stepfather? Calling Him Dad and adopting he surname? Lin and day in separated when Julie was sixteen years old, but a in maintained a relationship with these stepchildren. Although Julie was brought. She wasn't a dedicated student and instead preferred to focus on her athletic abilities. A talented Rana. She participated in school and county competitions, accumulating a number of trophies, which her mother proudly displayed in the family In her spare Don Julie locked, socializing dancing and performing Karaoke with her friends. While she was still at school. She go to Tom Job at a cafe, which was wish she met Dominique a CO worker, who was two years her senior. They dated for three years, and when Julie was just seventeen, they became engaged.
11 Trivia Questions on USA Crossword
"Guys. Today's episode is all about a USA crossword. Why give you letters and you try and come up with the answers? Just like you're doing crossword puzzle and before we do that. We have some questions for you from trivial pursuit. Here's a question from a movie in beetlejuice. What BOOK TURNS UP ON? Gina Davis Alex Alec Baldwin's coffee table after their untimely demise. What is named the book from Beetlejuice? That is called the handbook for the recently deceased. Handbook for the recently deceased love. That movie love that book. It's a very cool prop. You buy at places like hot topic and box lunch. They have purses and wallets and things of that cover. Your next question is about Michael. Keaton and David Letterman. Who's nineteen seventy eight variety? Show had a troop that included Michael Keaton and David Letterman. Who's nine hundred? Seventy eight variety show was that and that was Mary. Tyler Moore way back in the day. Mary Tyler Moore David Letterman Michael. Keaton working together. That's kind of fun and here is your last question. It's about music. What was the name of the male member of the carpenters? What was the first name of that member of the carpenters? That was Richard Richard Carpenter. I imagine there you go. Thank you guys for listening to this intro and get ready because we got eleven more. Usa themed questions common at you right about now here we go all right here. We go with the USA Crossword. We'll give you the amount of letters and the clue and you tell me or looking for all American and USA related things number one ten letters a famous building that blows up in Independence Day number one ten letters famous building that blows up in independence. Day that's number one number one number. Two six letters thirty third. Us President number two six letters the thirty third US president and number three on your list nine letters the capital of Iowa number three nine letters the capital of Iowa number four eight letters the most American desert Americans in quotes number four eight letters the most American desert question number five nine letters home state of springsteen number five nine letters home state of springsteen number six seven letters memorial setting for mlk juniors. I have a dream speech number six seven letters the memorial setting for mlk juniors. I have a dream speech and number seven six letters in Eureka California. You can see this. World's biggest tool in Eureka California. You can see this world's biggest tool questionable eight ten letters. America Ferrera. Is this Sitcom after five seasons. What is it after five seasons? What do you think an number nine four letters? The Police Department for Dangle Clementine and Garcia Police Department for Dangle Clinton and Garcia question number ten we have six letters and that's the MLB World Series Champs in two thousand fifteen number ten MLB world series champs in two thousand fifteen six letters and the bonus four two points twelve letters. I'm looking for the name of Hogan's entrance song name when he wrestles Hogan's entrance song name twelve letters those all your questions for USA Crossword. We'll be right back in just a second to see how you did. We are back with the answers to USA Crossword U. S. A. Let's see how you did number one. Ten letters famous building blows up Independence Day is of course the White House to five letter words for the ten letters in White House number. Two six letters the third. Us President Harry S. Truman Truman. Where the six letters we are looking for. Tru Number. Two number three nine letters capital of Iowa is de Moines Das Mo es es Des Moines number. Three number four. We had eight letters the most American desert looking for Apple Pie eight letters. Long Apple Pie number five nine letters home state of springsteen that's Bruce Springsteen and New Jersey nine letters New Jersey number six seven letters memorial setting for mlk juniors. I have a dream speech. That was the Lincoln Memorial Lincoln number seven six letters in Eureka California. You can see this world's biggest tool it is a hammer. The world's biggest hammer is in Eureka. California number eight ten letters. America Ferrera is leaving this Sitcom after five seasons. It's called superstore. You can drive by the storefront that they use for the exterior shots of the building on Barham Boulevard in Burbank. California right near where my first apartment was number nine four letters police department. Four Dangle Clementine Garcia. They brought back this show on. Qube. It's Reno for Reno nine one one. Those are characters on Reno nine one one number ten six letters. Mlb World Series Champs in two thousand fifteen. The royals Kansas city royals and the bone is twelve letters. Hogan's entrance song name is real American Hogan I am a real American in there. You guys all your questions for the USA themed Crossword Hope. He had fun playing along with today's quiz. We have one more question for you. It's called the question of the day. And it is what sea creature is associated with. Ross and Rachel's relationship on friends. Tweet me your answer at Ryan. Buds or email Ryan buds gmail.com to be eligible for a prize. Yesterday is questioned. The day was about the sparkling water brand from Coca Cola that was released in two thousand twenty and the answer is Ha- A. H. A. It's called a high and it's pretty damn good. I like the citrus citrus. Green tea one. It's green and yellow box. Looks like lemon lime? Go Try that. If you have not had the citrus Green tea and your Trivia team name of the day is come and get your gloves. Come and get your gloves. Thank you so much for playing trivia with me. Thanks for telling a friend about the show and we'll see you next time for more trivia with buds jeers
Not All Bread Is Yeasted Bread
"You're listening I'm Adam rappaport all right first up this week. We've got editorial assistant. Jesse sparks getting on the phone with basically editor expert Baker. Sarah John to talk about non east of bread. Everyone's been obsessing over homemade sourdot lately and baking a lot with commercial scoreboard east. But Today Jesse Sarah are focusing on breads and bread lake. Things are made without either of those after that chef tyler record reads an essay. He wrote for Bon petite dot com called. I used to be a chef. Now I'm defeating monsters with a toddler in my empty restaurant. Okay here's Sarah and Jesse okay. Sarraj Powell basically editor baking extraordinaire agency. Tiny kitchen gear. How's it going fine? I made a horrible loaf of bread through. No that is a great way to start off. Bread podcast cursing which I do not curse. Secularly at high was so frustrated. I think it's the kind of thing we're like when it's good. It's good when it's bad it is. It is so bad the process. What's happened so I was like super diligent and it was soured. Oh it's like everyone can roll their eyes by. I was really diligent about it and I had even written Alec this full schedule of every time I had to fold it like it's rests. I had coordinated my day around it and I think I just let it overproof because it was kind of warm and my kitchen and I didn't take that into account so when I went to look at it after it was fully risen it was ready to get shaved. It was gigantic like pressing up against the LID Super Wet and I put on the cutting board lie work surface and I was kind of like this is going to be fine just like us us enough flour and anyway this was all karmic energy. Because I just the I had been talking to you about this but like a few days ago. My husband was making bread. And he was just like disastrously shaping it like like I was in there in the kitchen like over his shoulder like a little Brat. Being like this is what are you doing like horrible? And they came out super flat and I was like you know patting myself on the back. Little Miss know it all and then. Yesterday my bread was a disaster. Speaking of issues the sourdot there is so much to the world of bread. In kind of your estimation. Can you give me kind of like a breakdown of the three general categories and breads? Oh well I guess it's like you have leavened unleavened breads so like you know breads that are rising in some way and I guess like an ancient times that was usually like wild beasts which is sour dough and people who are still using wild yeast to Baker Baking sourdough bread and then you have breads that are leavened with instant or active dry or fresh. She's which is commercially made east. And that is much more convenient. And it's much more reliable and consistent because like you're getting a product that was made in a factory you know what you're getting instant. Yeast is my favorite of those. Because it's like virtually indestructible like my instant. Used has literally been fridge for years and still got still got it. Yeah and then. They're like you know quick breads which are breads that are leavened with chemical lavender's so yeast which is like a living organism but baking powder and baking soda. And then there's the world of unleavened breads flat breads so like PIRATA wrote. They're probably hundreds of flat. Breads just on the Indian subcontinent alone. And then like they're flat breads literally number single culture People at have been really into Scalia pancakes lately and they're like also you know tens of different types of Scotland pancakes and make it more confusing. Some flat breads are leavened. So like pita is a flat bread but it's leavened non is often Levin sometimes it's leavened with yeast sentences leavened with Baking Powder Bing Soda. So yeah it's a huge world for big big wide world of bread it's terrifying so one of the things that we're going to focus on. Today is the big wide world of nine east. Does that still managed to produce those like beautiful brady like chew texters? So can you kind of tell me about what are some of your favorite examples of like the non USA does if you're not going to use yeast. I think like the best option usually is eleven or like baking powder baking Soda Soda. Breads are really classic bread this leavened with baking soda and it kind of like has that baking soda e taste but it's tamed by acid so baking soda as a base but if you add enough acid to it you kind of temper that you know basic taste and those are super easy to put together and like hard to mess up and acidity in the dairy oftentimes. That's buttermilk makes it tender. It's not I wouldn't say it's like a great bread for like slicing like a sandwich or anything. But it's like great to pull apart enjoy and you can make it savory or sweet those are great and then you wrote about beer breads which are fun because they use like the carbonation of beer in conjunction with the Londoner to get an even bigger rise and then another thing is that people on the Internet Have been kind of like pulling up these recipes that are also like creative ways to get around this yeast shortage that were having and so something. I've seen that I'm interested in is assault risen bread which I have not tried but apparently it has a stench stench. Like that's why people don't really like to make it anymore. I'm into that and then I've seen this peanut butter bread going around which uses peanut butter to get that sort of bread like consistency. Yeah and then I think like flat breads are different often. Provide like a different thing like. It's kind of a different product but I find those to be super satisfying to me. We have a yogurt flat bread on the site. Developed by Jesuit excited another one by Chris Morocco and those are both very fast breads to make they don't involve any east at all and yeah I mean I also have made a non type flat bread that was used baking powder and Baking Soda and Yogurt and not turned out really well. Also so there are a lot of options if you don't have yeast though it's not exactly the same
How to 10x Your Headline Success Rate
"To another episode of Marketing School. I'm Eric Su and I'm Neil Patel and today we're GonNa talk about how to ten x your headline success rate. So what was a quote from David? Ogilvy Neil I don't know what the quote in need of your dollar is spent on the headline there. You go so you gotta right good headlines. And by the way when we do these podcasts episodes. What will happen is myself. My team will put it a bunch of ideas and Neil later on his ideas as well. But the key thing as we're working on writing great headlines We think headlines that you're going to click and that's worked out well for us right but I think we want to give you some practical tips on what you can do with being consistent with your headline and one of the things. I love doing what it comes. The headline writing is I love making swipe files. What does that mean so facebook? I might find an ad that catches my attention. Al-samet in facebook you could actually save it and save it to collection minds called ads that. I like instagram. Save it adds that I like. I'm just screen shotting and I'm finding the things that stopped me in my tracks and what I'm trying to do there is. I'm trying to take the template of what they have. So maybe the headline is five simple ways to grow your instagram to a billion followers. Or something like that right. That's a template and then you can take that template modified to whatever you're offering but the whole idea here is you have a Swipe Library of ads or headlines that I've stopped in your tracks. And here's your trying to modify a template there and then you're trying to test these different headlines. That's an easy way to go about doing so. Eric when we started this podcast than the David Ogilvy s for you guys were listening and it's somewhat similar real numbers it at ten people read your headline but only two out of ten will read the rest of your content in other words if your headline is appealing. You're going to get way more people reading your content. Most people don't hence most people stop once. Read the headline. They don't continue going forward. The biggest thing that I like doing see most people wanting headlines I think of keywords when it comes to Seo or they think about Click Bay Alec evoking Yossi because vocal curiosity. I don't really consider that Click Bay. It's more so it gets people really engaged and hooked and it keeps the follow through so more people read your content or take action. We your landing page potential even buy from you so when I mean by evoking curiosity. Let's have an article on the benefits of green tea. I may end up putting like the seven benefits of green tea number. Six will shock. You and I'll put number six will shock you in parentheses right and I would only use that if number six is really amazing and most people don't know about it and it truly does benefit them because if it doesn't and it's not that great then you're just using click bait and I find out everything that I've done when it comes to. Evoking curiosity has generated the most amount of clicks and the most Monday engagement than anything else. The hardest part is figuring out where people are super curious that you know the one engaged in read cool so I'm going to add onto a swipe library. I was talking about earlier. So if you guys want some sites that you can go to look at as and create your Swipe Library in go to swipe dot. Co that includes a lot of long form sales letters old school stuff to facebook library. That's free to use you. Check out what's going on there at beats that's a d. At there's a free version of it or a free trial. I believe we can see from Google display ads and in Land Dash Book Dot Com. You can see different landing pages so you want to start building at Swipe Library right now and then to point you. WanNa be evoking. Curiosity depends on the space that you're especially to be people like numbers people proprietary case studies that you can share so just keep that in mind as well. The other thing that you want to do with your headlines to is when you ride them go to five or six people and try to get their attention one of the best strategies that I've seen someone do. This was John. Moreau and I'm probably butchering his last name. But what John used to do is go to group of drunk people and read off his headlines. The one that got their engagement and strike the conversation up and they wanted to continue talking. That's the one that he knew was a winner. It's a little bit out there to do that. Strategy is a little bit of work but it's a smart approach because if you're going into room people who don't want to pay attention to you and you can say something that grabs their attention. You're onto something
All About Alocasia 'Polly'
"Plant is allocated Paulie applaud. That certainly poses some challenges for most of us. Mere Mortal House plant growers and Today. I'm joined by Mireya of instagram account. Born gardening to help you pick your way through the minefield that is allocated Eur polly care. Maria is a gardener. In the wonderful city of Baja. Lana did I say that. Well probably not in Spain. And she is a DAB hand at growing this plant. A member of the asteroid Klein with those vein leaves the look so stunning when you buy them and look some terrible as they start to die. So where have we all been going broke? Will his my chat with Mariah so we will find out Mireya. We are here to talk about. Alec as your Paulie which I think might be up there as the number one plant that people find a bit tricky to grow. It's a beautiful beautiful plant though and I can understand why everyone is so captivated by it isn't one of your favorites. Yes is eased one of my favorites for me. It's a plan. I associate with the tropics and just takes me straight to the tropics and with this deep green Arrow shaped way. Wavy edged leaves mesmerizing. I mean I can spend hours looking at A. It's unbelievable really nice and I think that's why a lot of people would have in. The House is Yeah. It does seem very widely available now. I think it must've been being being mass produced and so everyone can get their hands on this blog now but not everyone can keep it happy and the number of times. I see a post from somebody saying my Poli is dead. Wayne Coors is a day polly. How do people kill this particular law? I think the number one issue with this plan is maintaining the high levels of humidity and warmth as well in in the House. You know to recreate this kind of ganguly environment in a house is quite is quite hard. It really likes sort of temperature from sixteen to two seven degrees so that could be a tricky especially in the UK in the winter when the Heaton is on the air. It's way dry. I mean I live in the Mediterranean. So that helps quite a bit because he is quite warm Resolution is very humid. So it's sort of like lifestyle. I know by St Louis talking about high levels of humidity which are to trades in a house about fifteen percent of up. So I think what he what is good. Is to have a humidifier few hours a day if you can if you can have one. I mean I don't have one so what I use is pebble trade. We've so when J.j This humidity around it. And what I really like doing as well. Which mind is in this environment is grouping grouping the plans which claimed his micro and you really works. My one is surrounded by Begonias Theis fans which is they will require high levels of humidity on. I think he's really nice as well. Because you create a little landscape like literally to your landscape of having them scattered around the house so I think this this this works. That's a good point because people often want to display this plot as a specimen plan on its own because it is so gorgeous but as you say it's probably going to be much happier in agree with all the plots where it's it's possibly going to get a bit of a boost not just looking at my little Thermometer slash humidity monitor in here and it's only thirty two percent humidity in here right now which is terrible. I think you know the winter. Obviously I didn't know how you'll heating works here in the UK mainly have radiators. Which are you know hopefuls being piped through and it's makes yes so dry states they have avenue which is even worse so there is a real issue. That as you said humidifier can breed really help. I think it would be excellent. It's it's it's it's the it's the trick the humidifier if you have the heat on he. I live in various choir choir. Small you know by a flag and you really need the heating on winter so we quite lucky without the you polly was getting too little humidity. How would she know? What size does it? Give off that. It's really unhappy is it so the crispy edges to the lease is that it produces this brown tapes and sometimes we see Yellow Halos as well on the leaves then when we when we started saying that it. That's that's what it needs really and sometimes what happens as well then using all my God. You know it's so we can. We get that confusion between humidity on wartime with sometimes is really difficult to handle and restart over watering and then what happens is a leads to grow pot and then with a prominent as well does it. It can it di- back can go into dormancy and winter and lose leaves and then come back in the spring yet. That's what he does actually below twelve degrees. It goes into dormancy. Need to keep in place. But don't worry if you see that growing leaves coming out image just is having FBI arrest during the period and then in the spring will come back. Come back to live so the bright again and you can you can start again with the winter and you have to look at match less obviously and defined with this plot the oftentimes. It needs reporting when you buy it because it's been posited into something that's possibly not suitable in terms of potting mix. Then I think What I do with mine I? I like to try to regularly regret as I can. This sort of Equi jungle me soil which I try to create my own with the potting soil. Potting ORCHID BAR. It is possible the one and then alight and then. I think we're really works as well as could innovate finally In in the mix and because he keeps it gives the soil them. Which is what this plan likes as well. It doesn't like soggy soil like Saddam so spag. Moore's is great doing that so I think he's good if you can get hold of some spinal Moscow. Someone can mixing it with the soil and mix it. Yeah because sometimes comes in when you buy is not is it just you water him water and all the nutrients and unique to to change it a bit and we'd like to this. Hugh applaud. What's the regime there? We don't want it alongside the CACTI and succulents possibly now now. We don't want with in full Sun. Full side is not advisable egg because they will just banned leaves and and the economy comes from San alikes. Brian direct sand. Actually so a really likes my. My one is in east facing window a few a couple of away from the window and get the morning sun. Which is the best son because sign is strong so it's going really well there. Nfc South facing window is especially in the main Rainey's it's you can have it in the UK. Maybe the winter months. It'd be alright but I will keep a few a few feet away. Not South is this applaud the Subject to draw like if he did keep near near window a cold drafts. Presumably won't be good for it either now doesn't like graphs suffer now. So that's why is bad to say a few away from the window because if you if you have a draft in will kill it definitely doesn't at all and if you have a shady area a one maybe one grow so well I would advise as well. It's too late at least once a month so it will improve with capture in lines for the leaves. Because sometimes you get you get the state the best on the leaves in that. What do you use the ducks? Just damp cloth. Yes a damn close and I think is really is really good for the land and every like is like a set of penalty from his long relaxing and connects you with a plan even more so. I think he's a good thing to do. I do with my ray. I tried to do it
PS5 Games 'Soon' - What Is Sony's Next-Gen Lineup
"We do have a lot to talk about actually this week even though again soon he will not give us specifics about the. Ps Five chances are the specifics will go live twenty minutes after we record but we did get a decent amount of information thankfully after the. Gosta of Sushi mistake play. Thanks to an interview. We were able to do here. Jan and we got a little bit of a teaser about the. Ps Five and games coming soon. We'll get to that in a second but if you are wondering why we're not going super in depth on the go sushi. Maceda play itself. It's because we recorded a second so last week so if you happen to catch that episode you're not subscribe to any of our feeds. Go check that out. Go subscribe go here all thoughts about that and we will have some of your thoughts later on in this episode. But I I did WANNA talk about. That nebulous announcement. That news is coming so we got word from Sony. The parent company Wide Sony. Ceo Saying that quote we will soon be announcing a strong lineup of PS five games. And that's pretty much it We don't have a date or any sort of window or how that will come about but we know that they are now saying. Sony will be announcing a slate of PS Games soon. And so that could mean first Party Games. It could mean exclusives multiplatform games. We don't really now but I don't know how you guys feel but being stuck like it's nice to hear that the top of the company is acknowledging the five but it still in this weird nebulous soon way right. Yeah I think I think our best bet is to jam together a whole bunch of third party and First Party announcements at the same time. I don't really see them coming out with like this gigantic lineup of First Party. Stuff announcements like that feels Well first of all you have to of their biggest studios are still shipping product in the next few months. Then you have you know what Santa Monica's it's GonNa Take Them I. I honestly don't think we're going to hear anything about a new four game for a while or whatever. They're working on And then you have like media molecule with dreams and stuff like that like there's a bunch of stuff that just happened and even you know a Sony. Bend like I feel like they're gonNA. I don't think that they're ready for any announcement. I mean we really just got. It wasn't too long ago we got days gone. It's still getting updated Like I have a feeling we're GONNA get a lot of sort of like. Here's the special edition five additions. Type stuff like there'll be a lot of like. Ps Four Games on steroids. There'll be a lot of like here's confirmed third party stuff. There'll be a lot of games as a service stuff that we expect launch already Someone else since we know someone else since we don't think the best idea for them is just jam as much information as possible. But I'm not really expecting a ton of big first party stuff right now. I think the The announcement that they plan on announcing things is sort of sort of infuriating. I I feel like we see this. A lot from CEO's Bob. I was always doing that. Whereas like yeah we got the damage show in the works or whatever and people are like what like blurt something out in earnings call. And it's like there's no. There's no podium Ryan show that I'm aware of I was thinking of Kassian Indoor but anyway I you know his stuff out. And it's like you're the head of the company if you want to announce some stuff maybe you know. Kick marketing the ASS and be like how do we? How do we raise brand awareness? And how do we get people excited about working on 'cause to sort of being like older? Han? It'll be ready in a minute as like a non announcement yet again. Yeah I would. I would take anything at this point. I think any any kind of teaser. I would take some Sicily logo reveals you know. Maybe we got. We got our first look at the playstation five in the form of a still image of an obvious logo and A A three two and a half pictures of controller. Like maybe maybe video of literally anything like we got that that sizzle like playstation studios or Sony Studios or whatever and it's like just just make something did make some mixim. Buzz make some higher. They just get us excited about literally just like any little thing. What you said about First Party Studios I think is is kind of a given I I mean I imagine they're probably GonNa Buddy up with with a few third parties and do some exclusive reveals and like you always say yeah just like for the love of God. Just give us anything just any anything. The first party be That both brought up is really interesting because I was looking back at it the last time. We got like really big proper far-reaching sort of announcements about first party games was twenty seventeen We got games like concrete. Genie was announced that era. Ghosts Sushi was announced that year. And then of course On the loss legacy and less partout were both announced twenty sixteen. Same We Got Spiderman and God of war at the same time. I believe Sony really put everything out there between two thousand sixteen in two thousand seventeen and so it has been years since most of their First Party. Stable safer of course. Mlb and stuff like that that we've seen anything from them new it really been sort of. Alec. The final three ish years of the cycle have been what I party has been working toward announced this weird quiet mystery of do they go next. I think that's good to a point like I've I've praise them for this. Because I think if you if you do a little info drop and be like. Hey it's a it's almost ready if you know announce a game three years in advance and then pop up every six months to be like check it out. Here's another trailer people just lose interest whereas if you if you don't have anything to say people don't have anything to look forward to. I totally agree with both of you. Guys I feel like in a normal era Like in a random ASI three year It's it's kind of a Faux Pas to just show a a logo for something that doesn't really exist yet or won't for a while but I think that at the dawn of the new console when you WanNa get people invested in this ecosystem for the next few years. That's sort of okay. It's still cheating and it's still kind of dirty but it is. I do think that it's yeah. You're going okay like if you if you get this thing in November. You're buying a new assistant will eventually deliver X Y Z Z and like to clarify record said earlier. We we we named a few studios their own like I didn't even scratch on INSOMNIAC or anything like that had nothing. I'm expecting them to deliver a launch game But I think that if they say hey were working on something that could happen in the next year year and a half or twenty twenty one. Then you know all right. I'm buying this thing in November and I'm GONNA kick around place in my favorite games on some games of his service. Third Party stuff But in twenty twenty one. I'm getting Spiderman than whatever
Hard-Selling vs Soft-Selling and the Invisible Hooks You Probably Missed
"What's up everybody this Russell Brunson? Welcome back to the marketing secrets. Podcast today at one talk. About the marketing that's invisible inside of the fulfillment of the thing that you are actually selling so the big question. Is this power entrepreneurs like us. He didn't cheat and take on VENTURE CAPITAL FOR SPENDING MONEY. Own pockets marketing away. Let us get our products and our services and the things that he believed in out to the world and yet still remain profitable. That is the question in this. Podcast will give you the answer. Name's offer Brunson and welcome the marketing. All right so a couple of things ahead. Somebody An instagram right me in the questioning. Hard selling and soft selling out the wheels my head spinning and then today actually this whole week. Everybody is starting to get the the books in the of the traffic secrets are showing up. The box shown up odd so exciting seeing everybody getting their boxes and packages and a couple of people circle made videos them open boxes and it was like. Did you guys all capture? The marketing lessen the Russel's gave us here inside of this box. And it's fun because I don't think most people got it but a few people did some secrets just in case because a lot of times we focus so much on the hard selling I'm GonNa go. I'M GONNA create my offer my funnel. GonNa. I'm like Hook from a hook them. Tell the story make an offer. That's hard selling right. Soft selling rate all the subtleties. You're doing around everything for example in my podcast and my facebook lives in my interviews. My everything I'm always talking about stuff right. I always talk about click funnels and when when I had made a circle when it was still open if you ever noticed the first probably three hundred episode of this podcast as always talking about major circle members. Don't manage circle member to this circle member to this. I was talking about these people in this tier need this group and as I did that more people right I want to be in their circus are looking for it right. And that's what just it's just like casually talking about things talking about phones talking about order talking about all these things that lead back to whatever it is that you actually sell and so I think a lot of people think oh I mean there's some my product you're selling my product or I'm or I'm I'm teaching right and say no they all go together. Do you understand that? Like they're all they'll kind of tied together in so soft songs all the things. You're doing all the time lake. Just for example right. Now what have already done already talked about? Click funnels with talked about the traffic secrets book and talked about the box and talking about circles with four things. Just in the first two minutes of this podcast just and it's like planting seeds and talking about and talking about more and and as you do more and more of it it just gets people to to wonder more into look more and be more excited when the opportunity to purchase arises. So that's kind of a hard sell soft so now to go deeper on that. This is This is what's what's Fun Right. So everybody bought the book and You went to the book funnel right if you have a book yet come on Alec. Why are you even listening to me this point? Don't trust me enough to go by the book. But I digress. Traffic DOT COM. You'll get the book the book you go through down so flowing through the whole thing off there. I you much webinar. Hopefully go to Webinar. And you know the whole whole funnel happens. That's hard now. Soft cell are the things happening now right so in the mail every got box outside the boxes waiting for you open the box scan the Qr Code. And I know about people know how to use our Koji. I still am just learning how to use them if they go to your photo APP and you hold Kyoko to pop open website. Where the video from me in the video ad space basically tell people? I think you so much for buying this book I read from. Sison like you're gonNA love it. I can't wait to dive into it and ask them for favors. Look just know an authorized me biggest thing that we want is we want to be able to make how people actually get the thing. We create right. We spend eighteen months of our life. Lock down like writing this. This this thing for you like I want you to feedback. It's like the thing that being the most me right now is before you open his box of extra record yourself. The boxes you open it go and then shared on facebook and instagram social media and tag me on it and and I wanna see those things right now again. This is like this is the art of selling now right so maximum for favorite US book. I I kill myself to give it to you. Have if you could just make a video you in boxing and posted now. Obviously not everyone does not even like not even the majority of people do but a good percentage people do and posting them everywhere the posting when the close group posted on their own page posting them on instagram their their stories that like I am getting tagged in in boxing video everywhere and obviously we sold like I think sixty or seventy thousand copies of book so far and my getting sixty or seventy thousand getting literally hundreds multiple hundreds of people posting these videos. And when they're doing it gets what's happening their friends their family members or other people like what's up. What's it about and it's starting to make sales Second wave cells are coming. I didn't do anything for other than I. Just ask people to be willing to box that. They're they're thinking posting and boxing you tag. She's been really really cool All the course ones. I don't see all some land. My other folder junk-food but the cool ones. I see I share Mcginn. It's helping those people as well so there's a lot of benefits than side of the book like if you the box you open up a quickstart guide in quick start. Guide walks you through how to use the book. You can buy a computer. You Get Quick Start Guide you buy. Software Quick Star Guy like before book. We don't we included quickstart guides to get quick star guidance. I Okay. I need you to read this book. Second thing you need to do is if you ever read. This is part one of three. They go get the other two books and make sure you read the whole. Trojan get along with the workbook for free. Then here's how to get the whole box set. So I'm telling about the best way to consume the book and how it fits with the other books and for them to go get it right so. It's not hard to say here that you're reading this. This is the best way to consume it. I'm just like if I was selling crackers. I'd like the best way crackers with some some crackers. Cashew milkers of I don't even know. Is that even a thing like I was? Let's say let's say I had a food company right and Shampoo Company right. The Best Chiampou Booms doubled yourselves right. It's these little these little things like that. And so the quickstart guide is also then like little tickets to other things like tickets to webinars tickets all offers. We have just like oh by the way. Here's a bookmark you can use but it also serves as a pretty good ad smell these bookmarks that come in the in the boxes people who broke marks in the books but it's pushing to the Webinar funnel and the this thing and it just other places. They're quick funnels trial things like that you know. And so it's just it's little things kind of including in the sales process the fulfillment process that Increase a whole bunch of things right. It gets your your book. Your product is spread more viral. It gets people talking about people sharing it gets people knowing. What's the next step? Where do I go from here in the value like what's the next piece and so all the things that you kind of look at them? That's that's the magic so anyway. I hope you started thinking about
"alec" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"Who Don't know what that is? Well it's a giant hot dog on wheels. You've seen those. I haven't seen one in a long time now. I mentioned this for a couple of reasons one because it is the most interesting fact about me. let's jeopardy story and undoubtedly will be for the rest of my life. Don't sell yourself short. Stop as sorry thing. God I gotta that'd be more Balls Rita. Okay it's also where I discovered podcasts. Spending that many hours driving you have to keep yourself occupied but also because I learned a lot about life while doing it. You'd you'd be surprised the things you see the connections you make and what you learn about yourself while cruising in a Weiner for a year in a Weiner I learned what it's like to be famous miss and not able to hide anywhere. You are interesting but most importantly I learned just how much people want to connect with each other. I've had people tell me their life stories seen them laugh and cry cry granted literal dying wishes well and spread miles and miles of smiles. I could go on and on talking about these stories but I won't my main. I want to hear about the granted. Dying wishes my main takeaways from this experience is life is short. The world is small. People are mostly good mostly. I wanted to write him because I relate to you justin. I'm a people pleaser. Sir that wants everyone to like me to an extent where it probably is giving me a needed anxiety and taking away from my happiness and prevents me from doing certain things. So I'm trying to focus on me in two thousand twenty good idea. I also consider myself to be awkward but Nicole Way which I think you are too. It's nice no offense you consider yourself I don't think of myself as cool. God I don't okay sometimes. Cool moments I do not now not I'm not saying that's not my stomach growling and so no or Baldwin Stephen Baldwin and she says but she says no offence. I don't take wouldn't take offensive but for real for real. Oh yes gonNA for real. You guys both seem like such I chill and relatable guys that's nice. I don't think I'm chill and I really admire how open and you are in the show. Thank you shy. I love listening. It makes in our on the treadmill go by a lot faster hour on the treadmill good for you I also GonNa say I'm so jealous of yours and Christians relationship I have a fi- five siblings things including a twin and I really admire. How much seem to get along collaborate I kind of inspire my I kind of aspire my relationships with my siblings to be like that you guys see more like friends than brothers inspired me to get closer with them this year? So thanks for that. That's cool. ps Oh I'm from Tampa and heard you're doing movie here we are. If you want an iconic Weiner whistle. Hit me up Emma be funny funny. Delete character drives a wiener mobile or food REX. I'm pretty great at that. That'd be great P. P. S. Waldorf installer. Statler the best muppets. Catch you later. Cheyenne thank you shan. I want some food right. What if all our food rector hotdog related related Oscar Mayer Jason's? I would like that too because Christian I are going to be in Tampa. Well we're in Tampa. Now that's cool. Yeah interesting and I think you should also work at being less people pleaser. I try to your house wants to give other people there resolutions. Yeah but if I if I may give you on your resolution was to give people resolutions this year that's true. and to grow beautiful facial hair and become their strapped to to induce Thurston more people gross thank Cheyenne for writing in guys. Want right in our email address is justin life short at wondering dot Com. That's right impressed very impress. Thank you Cheyenne. And thank you to the very aggressive Alec Baldwin and to the also very impressive Jerry O'CONNELL for being a little guest on our our first guests on the ultra. Yeah but first cameo. That's if anyone's going to do it it should be. You should be a regular regular segment should should have a spot. Yes I've never wanted someone to have a spot on like short for but I would love for Jerry spot I know and thanks to our first Baldwin. I have many hopefully hopefully and thank you guys for listening. Yeah thanks for listening. That's the end right. Yeah Yeah Yeah. That's the end Hope you enjoyed that Even even a fraction of as much as of as much as I enjoyed listen..
"alec" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"It's the most embarrassing. When I can't believe you have people What is your most commonly used Emoji? Most commonly used emoji to. I'm going to punctuate Probably A Christmas tree. Okay really I just put them in there or or just visit Mostly when you're talking to Jewish people if you could be a professional athlete what sport you play. I if I could be if it's funny you say that because I always say if you we've asked this question among my brothers and my friends we say if you could have ten years in any sport injury the free what position would you play. What's the I would be? I WANNA be the deadliest running back in the NFL. When I step on the field? Everybody's ass titans do six yards minimum. mccarey sorry we who in Brown Jim. I'M GONNA carry three guys on my back nine years. You're not GonNa hit me. Yeah you know tonight take four guys who bring me down keep going by the. Yeah Yeah Okay okay. What other running backs All the cloud gale sayers. OJ was a great run more ways than one Walter Payton paid my favorite. My favorite was Barry Sanders. I saw him at the end and I hosted the NFL honors And he was there an asset for ticket picture. Because you WANNA take a picture with me I can. You don't get it at all you watch you go on Youtube. And what's Barry Sanders Highlights Kylo. I will as your mouth. Yeah yeah lightning and you grew up playing football right. Oh Yeah with your brothers. Do One snack food for the rest of your life. uh-huh to stone our anymore. But I remember when I was with here at Studio Fifty Four. Oh so it was. It was the food or a stack visit snack food. You just want to say Cheetos Cheetos What's your favorite movie of all time into the gone? I won't say it's my favorite movie. That's a horrible question should be department. I am embarrassed. needs to be embarrassed I would say Lawrence of Arabia's up L. Citizen Yeah I can name like eighty of them you. They're showing it showing the synopsis on Forty Third Street. They are I think December third society. Well okay this is believe it or not if you could be the advantage. It's slow like slow-motion. Yeah if you could have you had to live somewhere else besides New York where would you live. Madrid Madrid easy if you could have dinner with three people dead or alive whom we've never met good question William Holden Barbara Stanwick o the old eastern and Cockapoo. Wow Okay and you grow up loving movies when you said you would sue fake being sick when you were in your to stay home and watch. The US member remembers tell people that was what I used to go like I of vedic listening back when you were replaced by new you watch the movie and remembered every line. Yes right because you watch that movie your your your body. Your brain was different total. Yeah I've watched the movie and in White Heat guys. All over again breezy near Yeah. I've got some air and county say you went to. I'll give you a boom boom boom and he shoots the trunk of the car. Whatever the fuck yeah? Yeah and the guy be laying in bed. When I was eight years old taking a nap and my mother would be like going lay? Still be quiet later neither and Bingo I gave you well. That's why you remembered every line. That's why you're so good at impressions to me meaning that you will you. You listen in your in a completely different way that you do. Well you were a guy like Cagney for me. I would watch Miami Blues. I'd love Miami. Blues Would Watch your stuff. And that's what I'm doing in Miami because I'm doing cagney. Are you doing euro rogier. Great and I was doing a seaman. It's clear if you who's your favorite ever muppet. WHO's my favorite? My son is making me Love Elmo again my son Romeo is his. WHO's the love of my life? I'm so how busy he's one in May and we dances OSHII. His death He he's a ELMO ELMO ELMO every morning and yeah I mean it says to Me Street Fiftieth Anniversary now. Have you worked with them up. Sure well I just got a big bird for the first time. A thrill sesame street one time and Sherry Western big executive at public TV sesame street. Whose husband David Wests to run? ABC ABC News for your. She was at Lawrence Event and I congratulated her that she's going power and countries. They're celebrating the fifth anniversary around the world. Yeah well if you have one superpower it would be fly. Yeah if you could be one age for the rest of your life a physically that is what would you pick. God forty great if you could be reincarnated Animal would you would you do you identify with what is the biggest dick in the world but That's a good question it's promising obviously. We don't want to be a yeah. Okay okay I WANNA be. The dogs are cats dogs or cats. Yes yeah I have. Two dogs campus Beatles were Rolling Stones Beatles if I love the rolling stones committed. Do you think about your epitaph and legacy distinct about things like that idea. Yes yes can you ever think about what the epitaph would be. My on. My tombstone wanted to write. I tried I tried well you you did pretty well I would say so. That's why you can go You know I I had to stop myself from saying you didn't have to do this. Thank you I would say that to guests oftentimes but in unusual. Sorry for you mercy podcast. Hey I'll take it yeah It's Mercy Hanjour. Oh Man I guess term. Well take it's been as tissues everywhere and well Lou. It's been comfortable. There's nothing blistering about it. We shot our water totally hours ago. nightmare nightmare nightmare. Thank you now. What are you working on now? we are my brother and I are directing a movie in general. Yeah It's it's it's odd couple because we grew up loving a couple of comedies It's about a woman who's playing gets a job kind of a a stone or woman who gets a job as a reenactor in one of these manners of these southern manners and the ghost of the woman women who she's portraying is offended by the way she's portraying her and so it's kind of an odd couple with a ghost with kind of this. It's called lady manner where we'd takes place in Savannah it's about to come since March to the sea spared savannah. There's there's a shooting shooting Tampa. Yeah Wow Jan.. January February part of the gay store manager as famous as there's I I don't want to just offer it to you blindly Let's just stop there. It'd be great you coming in to read for a I'd love to thank you miss you in the hallways of the building. Now houses live good. It's good yeah it's better than it was then expect the important if you have a woman. You're Dan no no. You're seeing why it's great. which is? Let's turn to one of my first podcasts. And she was married to her husband Jay the worst obviously and I said I mean. Are you one of those famous enormously. Talented women I said. Do you ever think about getting married again or updates. And she says no baby she you said Iran she said now I go home to my apartment and I put the key in the door and I opened the door and I'm thrilled by the idea. This is nobody on the other side of that door book. And My guy by privacy my time to myself. 'cause I just love a solitude and I'm like wow. I put the opened up and like a rubber.
"alec" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"But you said on on your podcast which is really struck me that you had in that moment never loved another woman as much. Well you know I said before that We did the television version which is an utter. Waste of time. Lang with Jessica Lang and It was an utter waste of time. Because obviously there's a film is quite serviceable. The people can watch if they want to watch that but we did it they. They paid us. A lot of money was back when they were doing those. MSW still they paid us a lot of money. That'd be go do it and they had Diane Elaine coming play stellar. WHO's much more Languid Beauty Kim Stanley and And and John Goodman who was a one middle that she what a wonderful actor John was fantastic and we did that and that was kind of a waste of time But but what is because I mean I feel like director Glenn Jordan. who was a friend of Mine Stanley as to WHO You know like Williams. They're doing all they're talking through the character of Blanche you play you do the role and not that. You're in some competition but you can be as vivid as you WanNa be and you can you. You can take your moments that you earn and in film they gonNa cut you Have is if you're actor. Who Blanche is how he views the world through that prison? They don't cut to you so I always felt that was very an Nemec for me. In terms of the cuts. Yeah Was a film of the one. Make sure that Stanley was in his place ace as a secondary character which is fine that that. That's that's you always take that chance. Yeah in film when someone's interested in when someone else has the Authority Authority but my point is the Diane Lane. It was much more of the classic. I mean Diane Lane is like beautiful and and yet what I did streetcar. The play a An and amy's Annie Oakley. Yeah yeah she's like a really flintoff abroad you know in I like Holly Hunter. Yeah I fell. Fell in love with amy every night. I was so struck me when you said that because I've had experiences where it's one of the beauty beautiful things about acting for me. I in fact I said something pulling recently To a friend we were talking about feeling safe. I'd done this movie called safe spaces and we were just the idea of like. What do I feel safe? was was paramount And and I thought about how safe I feel between action and cut it among the safest moments I feel like when I do a play sued to me why do you can you. Can you distill what that experiences via and I said well I said I guess. Maybe it's a a CD thing even. I said I'm going to go out there. I know exactly what I'm going to say. I never exactly what you're GONNA say. I know exactly how they're going to react. Exactly what's going to happen for the next two and a half hours. I'll take that liberating. Yeah I'M GONNA I'm GonNa enjoy the fact that there's no surprises here great. I know nothing's going to hurt me or whatever ever and I do love I mean most of the I've done nearly everything I've done are pieces that when I read them I said to myself. I'm there's there's a chance on never get it right Scottish play at the writing ninety. Eight with Lee of Alabama. I I never got it right one night. You never never never never never never. Yeah and we'll see car. Maybe once I really wouldn't meaning to say you're so on the lines as written and a big issue with with with with with a when I did The Perfect example was I did acquiesce out on Long Island but SAM Underwood young actor Dr Sam Underwood played Played The boy and we did and it was one of the most amazing experiences of my Chris. Shafir came the rehearsals in the city before we went out to guildhall because it was cheaper to keep everybody here lived here and bring them out there and house them so Shafir to the latter part of his life game. It was just such a joy to know him. But I'd go out there and one of the issues was I said all the lines and I said over lines as written but transpose the line every now and then say one line out of order I'd flip and I got to the last show. I got the final performance on a Sunday afternoon of equis a- guild hall and I went through and I- transpose two lines and fucked up my last chess because I did entertaining Mr Sloane at the roundabout and I literally like I was George Sanders. Here's I came off. The stage went to the prom table. took a cigarette lit a cigarette. I looked at the stage manager in a couple of the interns. Well there you have it there. It is my perfect show every line as written in order the way that I wanted to say. Yeah Yeah and that was so excited by that. Do the show the right way. But isn't that the other people it's easier for me and that's interesting but do you then into l. on that or is that part of the joys the imperfection of a theater piece of theater performance. I think that you. I think that you There are pieces that can lend themselves to where you might feel the urge but the need 'cause you if you go up to riff but I'm of the belief that that all classic plays. There's the better way to do it. I'm not interested at all in in in with plays an undoing streetcar in some other way. And if you WANNA have a gender-blind race ace blind casting. I've been when I first went to Strasbourg to study acting in Strasbourg without a very production oriented school. When you were in your first year end your nothing your shadows on the floor of piece of Bacon sizzling out really? We'll come back about four hours and I want to see you. Really sizzling really. Was this not very production. Orienting your senior year that would do a production and one of the productions they were going to do I recall and they can't because the leading lady Have I'd like a breakdown was never going to gender. Be Versed Cuckoo's nest old. The inmates be women. Were thrilled by the. Could you imagine a female fee. Wow allow it girl interrupted a little bit right we do that and then I was GonNa do nurse Radha. Yeah wow that was excited. That never did it. They're doing a gender inverted gender blind whatever word Glen Garry on probably because one of the first played in college was at Vassar College. So of course everything was gender and Burton You know merrily we roll along genuine but it was the woman who played your and your part was of course as you know. I'm not not telling you this Written into the movie part of the place but they did use that part in in this play and they had a woman come out and do you brass balls to sell. They had a woman the in Petra to Dora Vich allowed someone to do that in the production. Yeah Yeah Yeah I wonder how many trouble but were probably very familiar with before you determine what does he says he wants me to call lawyer does he. Does he text the way he writes. wrote the play. I thought I go. Jeff he got he when he did that with the play When we did the movie I call them up and I go why? What's going Said I said you won the Pulitzer Prize play the kind of good to go in the nice bow on top. But don't maybe we leave that improving Uvi. Yeah what's up with that. And he said something very interesting to me he said these none of these men are criminals. None of these men have criminal nature yet. He said yet they commit a crime. I needed tonight motivation. Them One more notch. She said I didn't believe that these guys would do what they did. It didn't make me comfortable. Sweat added the scenes. You would really put the vice to them one more or click interesting. Wow interesting makes sense. It makes sense And to to be in that room with those actors do you you strike me as somebody who Very confident in what you do know with them. I was terrified. Jet Harris and Jack Lemmon. Yeah Kevin these Arkan short a home tell you George Aaron Arkan is there Eh. I'll never forget where in doing the scene and it's really corrosive and I'm in the makeup room and it's me and Kevin and it's the morning we're going to shoot and and Rob Lowe's wife who was a very well regarded a makeup artist in New York in years. She is Doing the makeup on the film blonde very pretty woman of a very talented makeup artist. Rose wife and She Is there and we're having our makeup that we're reading the paper we'd some review of some off abruptly playing Arkan walks in and I go and I and I I I turned to argue completely. You know with nothing on an eye looks like a really really interesting part to us. It looks like the kind of thing you would. Do you know when you were that age when you were young career and literally he literally goes my God out there in here my God and he walks out and I thought with me as has he focuses as easy faking is like a joke and he like completely like staps on me so I go to my rubber where we're at Calvin which is like the only will be l. sound stages kind of what are the only ones and we all had dressing rooms trailers and I hear you know knock knock knock on the door and he goes album. Sorry sorry sorry just. It's so hard out there so Chris owed corrosive and so horrible whenever his words were. But I'll never forget that line Mike. God that's amazing. That's amazing item. I'm just reading a review from the meal times that I'm abusing. That's how much gasoline dream sweetheart dead you know again a friend of might set recently Some people are too sensitive for the world you know. Sometimes you encounter people like that and I feel that way but some people in this business myself included sometimes but as funny I asked Allen to come on the show and I got to read. I won't do it now. Take Time but his God out there. Why would i? But he said I'm paraphrasing. You've got to read the exact takes great. I mean it's only Allen could right and it's very thoughtful. His his no was very thoughtful and composed known. Yeah Yeah it was a definite no but it was a bow basically you know. I don't want to traffic and gossip and that's all the shows are in and I said and my point was discovered. I WANNA learn about you. And he's actually uh-huh Taiba bride. I mean he's incredibly smart and and He he's very thoughtful and into Buddhism. And all this and I.
"alec" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"DNA and now You know there's Leo and a couple of other people but you do that and as soon as the movies. Don't make money you become the apple that falls in the become the applesauce of the independent film world. And you're doing that for a while and what eventually happened was I needed needed to have jobs rocket. Stay home so doing the game. Show doing all these crazy Ad Hoc things I've done over the last six or seven or eight with thirty rock ended which was about seven years ago and ended in two thousand twelve when I did thirty rock. That was that we had a job. That was creatively. The most rewarding thing I've ever done the funniest riding we're all well paid it was. It was a good gig and when that ended and I met my wife and we started having kids everything I just have to stay home. Yeah Yeah so people will say to me. Oh here's a five-month gig in in Vancouver do this really smart streaming series. And I'm like I ain't going for five months that's out. Yeah yeah do jobs here will. You're also you've acclimated to so many different types of jobs I had to and people to you had to. Yeah but you must have been capable of that early Leon but early on you were you. Were the leading man in movies with early on early on. I sense that you know there's a system and I didn't I tried to fit into that system to the best. I could a lot of people can't they. Don't you know the meaning of the Movie System Assistant We want you to do. They really don't give a shit about what you WanNa do until you become unless you occupy a very rarefied space like the CLEO. Yeah we're you're making movies that are really well made smart movies with directors over the good direction. You can have your pick of the litter. You'RE GONNA make one movie. Every two years paid fifty fifty million bucks with your back end. Everything is pretty good. You know being Leo a really wonderful thing to be I mean and and creatively as well and Ah I think that For everybody else You know my favorite line was Dustin. Hoffman he said to me once.
"alec" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"Enjoy Meet again. I love that. We're here for several reasons. Now I had no idea it would be this eclectic and there's some history but but this part of all right collecting your stuff everywhere. There's you're waiting for Walter Walter Matthau to come around the corner but I like a great hoarder like a really good order. A high class order but hoarder with a purpose abyss. Yes Sir but you this part of town when the upper west side strikes me as more you and maybe a more comfortable place for you. Correct me if I'm wrong than where are you live now than no. I've acclimated to going to well when I lived here when I first moved here. I've said this many times is that the uh-huh you know the Old New York was you know the broken benches in the park and Y- PD on the subways and every light in the park was broken. There was that there was at admonition. I mean very strong was part of the culture that we were. The women didn't walk through the park night. Or go to the Trans versus cut through the park and the park with a mess. This is before the Central Park in Servizi purpose he comes in and becomes the private partner and so forth. When you move here in the eighties early I moved to New York? Seventy nine and I moved to the upper west side in eighty five to live on eightieth between Twin River Center Western was in a brownstone their old SRO hotel. I moved here to Central Park West in ninety two and I lived there for twenty twenty years and in that time of the conservancy in the park went from being kind of a Raunchy Yacky on manicured but but but more more free space. Yeah friends I would play football there and pick up games when I was younger now. Central Park is like a velodrome. It's an event space. Yeah yeah everyone's GonNa thing on everybody's got a pen and on that says Citibank. There were like racing sponsored curing. Something yes this. This is another There's not a spontaneous Dr- breath drawn in central park. And you see because I didn't know the days before I didn't know I remember my mom. We're going to the city. She was an actress. Underlining our age difference when it's already very clear But it's do you miss those days or do you do you has it changed with the The the the central park man was extraordinarily. You know well managed and really they've they've done a great job but the cost of that. If you want to use that word has has been heavily. Permited space what I lived here toward the end I mean central park was gleaming the rest of my bathroom window in my bedroom tower of the building coming up on the twenty second floor and it was beautiful. My apartment. I love my apartment and you know I'm GonNa get my bike and then the last five plus years I lived there. I went the other way I went to Riverside Park on road up to the bridge. And but it's also more. It's where you live now. Seems there are a lot of students a lot of tourists. Isn't that kind of more challenging. Engine for you to live there. I always thought about that. You living in that neighborhood we'd love to be near the park For my children yeah But I think there's two things is one. We have a home outside the city that we go to all the time so the kids get maybe a me. I'd like to have more fresh. I've actually like to move out there. Run around and lease yeah. I'll have to move to Vermont or something actually but But the second thing is that we live down there and don't come back up town east or west side because the kids go to school in Brooklyn and we drive up on ninety fifth and Madison. Ball breaker are you hearing this is it. Is this by Mike Cancer. On where the United you WANNA raise the volume ship. You just see this. Taking Justin awesome been doing it for very long we he keeps headbutting. The I'm excited. You're an actor you ever get like your hands. You often feel like I use my hands. Salat Italian the Italian. And you're acting. Yeah I noticed that about your the stick you why. You're like a young Bernini meaning. I thought he was fake. Did you ever think he was fake. muppet he's also when he won the Academy Award and and the way he would talk it was like I thought this guy's real name is like Jerry Cohen and he's from Newark New Jersey still in character but I thought he was like a phony because he'd be like I want to say my heart to you from me. Strike you to say me the love movies you view me I was like yeah. Fuck name is Jeffrey. And we've been seeing put on a great neck in exuberant Italian caricature. It was like if you're thinking but he he did that what you're saying. What whereas now? Maybe he was maybe he was. Maybe that was a rude crush. Maybe sick maybe I'll sir anything you gotTA learn a lot. I did my podcast here for ten years. Come back every now and then but I'm downtown downtown. We tend to go to NYC. And do it my say so it was inconvenient for you. I'm with you yeah home. I'm overjoyed to come see. Larry I was going my buddy I was thinking about something something. You're going to talk to my brother. The the format of the show is I talked to my brother beforehand. We talk about the the cast and then afterwards we kind of unpack the conversation. So I'll tell you my brother while he say he hasn't women Tonia. Yeah Oh he's all over you. Real snarky pitch. Yeah he allowed. I just wanted to what you were wearing I don't know if you know this. Do you know that early. Two thousands maybe two thousand to the creators of the show. Ed Rob Burnett who used to do letterman. He was there was talk of and I don't know how far up it got That we might do a show together this way. Though I don't he he had written something for us where you're GonNa play my dad. You wouldn't be this kind of like tough masculine father figure and I was lame you know the opposite basically. We're it was going to be an odd couple comedy. I don't know that I'd ever even got it. Sounds like it did. There was a show that they were going to do. I remember I went and did You know more than usual. I went several miles down the road with the will and grace creators with Concussion yeah about Doing a spin of I I did recurring thing there with them. And they were going to spin off the character and the character If I recall was when my character on the show was intent was vaguely defined defined intelligence agents That was like in the CIA and they wanted me to do a spin off where I was. And you'd be my son and you were like an idiot. Maybe talent you were never going to get into the intelligence. Maybe it was time to be running a surf shop and what struck me at. The time was like Oh yeah. It's perfect it's my polar opposite the way I thought of myself in probably still do is is you is like it'd be a great. That's a great odd couple of you is the OP. Well I did at the time. which is what struck me about? When I then I think you will air like it's completely identical? I well then when we didn't know didn't know that's what I in my mind you were what you read in the paper. Yes and what I saw. I mean you're a movie star you with this larger than life. You remove. Start to me and what I read in the paper and I always thought of you not as whatever that spin was however they spun whatever those news stories were. I always thought of you as type of type of Batman figure you were like a like a vigilante and true true. I lay in bed at night. I couldn't sleep well the more. I've gotten exposed softening cronk. I've thought about it but specifically about the big injustices because you do work against those but also these kind of more minor things and when I did have experienced with the Paparazzi and when we were living in that bill. I always thought of you you as you know. I wish I could do that. Well let me say this to you. And I know that's not a noble thing and you're not gonNA take credit for no no. It's funny how I do I do talk show now and I was a bit sandbag by this. Because I felt really badly then that I had not done Colbert show ever for a long time. I mean Kobe was the person who took over for Letterman and I guess in the kind of overly simplistic way but nobody can really replaced letter. Yeah and so. I didn't bother foulland's a friend of mine when I needed to do that. Round of things for promotional purposes of whatever. I would just do Jimmy because I love your up your podcast episode with Miss Virginia. Good Pal and I love Jimmy so when I finally Do Co. bears show I it's funny because you talk about things people read a he completely sandbags me. The first question has to be goes. Are you an angry person. Oh I forgot we were here. I forgot that we. We're going to filter much of this through the sanctimony this this job his job where he's going to assess everybody and what were the first law growth and already. I'm about to go into the war. So the the and I thought to myself what I wanted to say was that that that in the instances where I've had these difficulties with people. The only thing that AH helps me to sleep at night is that none of its unprovoked. Meeting are there. Are there better ways. I've had of course there are but it's it's not like there's a guy that's fifty feet away with a long lens and I'm running across the street to confront him. It's the guy and I say this completely. The were factually. It's the guy that's GONNA chip my wife's teeth with the Lens that's how close he has. And the second thing I make the call. Yeah if I think you're going to be getting too close to my wife. That's a call that I'm talk about waiting for the cops to come. And this is something that few people I think can relate to a few people have experienced what it is like to be around some of these people not saying all of them but and they do they come right up and and so having had that experience recently I saw those stories in a much. Different Light But when I thought about the idea of maybe working together the other being around each other I thought. Oh yeah opposites And then I've I've come to know you in also publicly your public persona has has changed and you have branched Out into so many different things that I think people just know many people know you much better now was. Did you make a concerted effort to Explain lean to to to do that to branch out During the mid two thousand start you you make This is kind of a cliche but I think you you make films and then you star in films. I'm talking about studios real budgets in your kind of into that when I called brass ring movie acting career where everything is. You're trying to get to the place where you know we're very few men exists today right years ago where you had the Warren beanie. Nicholson into You Know Travolta and people like that who were movie stars concerns. DNA and now You know there's Leo and a couple of other people but you do that and as soon as the movies. Don't make money you become the apple that falls in.
"alec" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
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"alec" Discussed on 1A
"And help song your prison. Overcrowding problem. You don't mind me making a dollar a clip from the PBS documentary United States of Alec that is a private sector members. Speaking of criminal Justice reform at an Alec event. Shelby I'm shoot and understand how some people would hear that clip and go. Something about that just viscerally for a lot of folks feels wrong. I can definitely understand that. I think a all clips are taken in context, and you're going to clip in choose the which you want and not the whole thing. I think that's well. But let's bear in mind. This is a member of of a company that works for a prison organization. Talking to lawmakers saying, hey, it's okay. If I make a buck on some law, right? And I don't think that that is a matter of a news organization taking a clip out of context. There is something that feels inherently unfair about a big rich private corporation having more power over my lawmakers than the dude who voted him in. Well, again, they don't have quote unquote, more power of the lawmakers. It's a at the end of the day any Bill that would go to the state still has to go through that process. But I don't get the ear of those lawmakers. I can't wine them and dine them for a weekend. Like these corporations can do things through your organization that I will never ever have the power to do ever. Well. Why would I say that? This is why we fight so hard for freedom of speech and freedom of association. Nothing stopping you. Or anybody else from creating an organization similar to Alec that stands for whatever principles you'd want in order to do those things most nonprofit money, plenty of things that would stop everybody from planned Parenthood's of the healthcare industry to everybody else is always meeting with people. I don't Alec doing. It versus other nonprofits does it seems what why is it okay for one group? But but not the other. This is the whole point at the end of the day, regardless of what policies are introducing become Alec model policy still has to go through the democratic process in each state, and that is open, and that is transparent and people as citizens, we all have a duty just as much to watch the watchdogs in DC. We also have a duty to do that at our state level. And one of the best parts that, you know, I get from working within my organization is I get to work with lawmakers that generally are committed to those principles of limited government and free speech, and they have Conteh. Debates and they don't agree on everything. And it's not lockstep everyone's agreeing and disagreed in coming up of new ideas and in different policy solutions, and it's not just this this mill of the Ron where some quote unquote corporation comes in and tells people what to do I I didn't quite disrespectful to the to the everyday lawmakers. We have in this country that are only in session for thirty to ninety days a year, and then actually go back and live in their real world. I know we gotta go in just a minute. But Shelby a wonder what is next for Alec? We're really focused on things like association and free speech, and the great work we've been doing over criminal Justice reform, and it really great to know that someone that spends so much time, quote unquote, investigating Alec can really only focus on things from twenty twelve and before and we're just so focused on the future. And we're excited about that on the future and Alex destructive agenda for future, including its opposition to doing anything meaningful about about climate, change and more and more. So we're going to have you back. Lisa graves, co director of documented Lisa. Thanks very much for speaking to us. Thank you so much data, and she'll be.
"alec" Discussed on 1A
"Right. They're not functional and the states are the places where innovation can take off is what we discussed earlier that so much attention is focused on DC. But the majority of particularly your domestic policy happens at the state level, whether that's education criminal Justice, college campuses, all of these things usually for the most part are. Funded appropriated and dealt with at your state level. So it's imperative for state lawmakers to be able to come together and either learn from state that did something horrifically wrong or learn from a state that did something the right way, and maybe tweak it a little bit to fit their own way to address the quotes that were just used. He said exactly what it is that we do. We are for limited government. We are for free markets, and we are for federalism. We are for states rights. We believe at the end of the day the state's nine times out of ten can do it better than the the federal government. And I think that's kind of demonstrating itself right now down the street from us with regards to the influence, though, I am still trying to kind of suss out where the line should be. If there is one answer to that between the public sector and the private sector. I mean, the Lisa mentioned that documentary United States have Alec PBS documentary. I wanna play a clip from that documentary with regards to the prison population, which has grown dramatically in recent decades. According to a report last year from the prison policy initiative there are about two. Three million people incarcerated in America's legal system. That's the largest prison system in the world in this clip from the documentary, a member of the private sector, representing the American bail coalition said this when speaking on criminal Justice reform at an Alec event crazy is not known that you've already figured out that if I can talk you into doing this Bill my clients are going to Mike Simoni on the bond premiums. But if we can help you. Sipe crime victims in your legislative district. And generate positive revenue for your stay..
"alec" Discussed on 1A
"Back now to our conversation with Shelby Emmett and Lisa graves. Lisa. Let me give you a chance to react to Shelby's last common. And then we'll keep going with more audience questions. Thanks, joshua. Well, you know, I documented the actual history of that stand your ground legislation, and what we know is that the NRA lobbyists took that Bill to an Alec meeting closed door session in Texas that was co chaired by WalMart at the time. The biggest retailer bullets in the world in the biggest seller of rifles, and it was voted on by corporate members. And Alec legislators to make it a national model. That's how that Bill move. Forward was at the NRA's urging while Alec has a hounded the fact that it's not currently one of its models. Alec has done nothing to get those bills repealed across the country, the bills that it helped push into law, and that's the case with voter ID and other measures as well. And so you have a situation which Alec wants to distance itself from the pass without actually doing any repair of those measures. And then in the current context a number. Of the Alec legislators in the states have been accused of sexual harassment or sexual misconduct. Alec has been silent on those. I think Alec hides win it sees controversy. And does a lot of PR spin was regards to the NRA and the standard ground. How how do we know about this? What's what's the for that? Well, I went through and found open records material that we obtained we also went through historical records archives of lawmaker databases, and I've got the material to show exactly how that Bill moved through Florida. And how it was introduced at the Alec meeting that the NRA introduced it. And and also that WalMart co-chaired the meeting at the time. So there's ample documentation, you can find out more at Alec exposed. You can also find out materials through documented dot net and some of our reporting on the intercept dot com. She'll be before we keep Well, I I want to address the issues of sexual harassment as a woman as women who works in an organization ram by a female CEO. That's just quite disgusting. We are an organization we're not legislators parents. And if they did act in a ridiculous horrific way towards women or anybody else, they should be held accountable for that by their voters and their states and by their constituents, but to be a female into work under a female CEO that that's just the spectacle that she would say something like that, quite frankly, Tom wrote this quote about Alec from former Wisconsin governor Tommy Thompson, the quote is I always loved going to meetings because I always found new ideas. And then I take them back to Constan disguise them a little bit and declare that it's mine I'm interested in that quote show be particularly because there are a number of lawmakers who spoken very openly about how much they love. Alec Senator Rick Scott, who's Florida's former governor? Now, a Senator representing Florida had this to say about why he thinks Alec is important, and this is from YouTube video on Alex YouTube channel, I know that with less regulation. More more good things happen. We've been able to Florida to cut fifty four. I think it's fifty four or five. Eighty five hundred regulations and with with that we've had unbelievable prosperity now in DC, I'm gonna do my best to make sure that Washington's quits telling us what to do we should let her states make their own decisions. We need to have laboratories now, I wanna make sure Florida's the best laboratory, of course. But, you know, Alex, doing a great job and thanks for all your hard work to make sure that we keep state's rights, and we don't have continued federal government tried to take over all of our rights. That's florida. Senator Rick Scott who previously represented Florida as its governor. Shelby. What's your take on the appeal of Alec to lawmakers? Sure. I think what the appeal is it will look happening in DC right now..
"alec" Discussed on 1A
"The IRS engaged in zero lobbying while it basically pouted all the bills that it path. In fact, it bragged over and over that nearly twenty percent of its bills were enacted every single year on average, and it really was engaged in extensive lobbying to push those bills forward that really is its primary purpose to put those bills or to get them into law, and I would say on this question of the task forces in going the task force meetings versus the public portions, they broadcast just take a look at Dana Millbank, call him about his invitation to his tended task force. And what happened when he was blocked because Alec doesn't want the public to see or hear the corporations voting as equals with the lawmakers on. In fact, you know, it's quite clear, you can see it in state after state can look up almost any state newspaper and see how that Alec agenda moved in those states with very little notice in many instances, very few hearings and Bill moyers actually the great documentary on it called United States of Alec which really showcase I'm how little public input. There is into the agenda. Once it becomes a priority for these corporate. Nations and for Alec another documentary that touched on Alec was thirteenth the documentary by Eva Duvernois about the nature of America's prison systems for a lot of people. The first time they heard of Alec was after the incident with Trayvon Martin in Florida after he was killed by George Zimmerman the documentary thirteenth, which is on net. Flicks touched on this topic. Here is part of what was set in thirteenth tonight a deadly shooting in Sanford police have the gun they've got the shooter, but they have not arrested him. George Zimmerman armed with a gun. Follow this quote unquote suspicious kid after the dispatcher told him not to. They ended up on the ground in a fight and George Zimmerman's shot and killed Trayvon. The police could not arrest Zimmerman because of this Florida law called stand your ground, but says you can kill someone if you feel threatened even though it was Zimmerman who had pursued Martin throughout the neighborhood with a gun clip from the Eva do Vernay documentary thirteenth now to be clear. Stand your ground is not just a law in the state of Florida other states have similar standing around policies either in their state laws or even in their jury instructions. Shelby. What's the connection between Alec and stand your ground? Why did that become a priority for the organization? Well, it didn't become a priority for the organization as I explained before one of the ways that models are introduced as that lawmakers can introduce them and a Florida lawmaker introduced it. And it went through the Alec procedure and process since then this was in twenty twelve since then, you know, Alec has a new CEO we have new in different procedures. We don't even. Focus on those issues anymore. So we don't focus on guns. We don't focus on those type of issues. So yeah, we that went through the procedure that it went through. I completely understand. I'm a minority woman from an inner city. I completely understand how people feel and how they took that. And it also broke my heart personally was about stand your ground that time that became a model policy for Alec. What was it about that that the members kind of latched onto well before my time, but what I can surmise just from what we know from public policy in history around criminal Justice. You know, let's remember a lot of this tough on crime stuff was I can remember growing up in Detroit in the nineties on a lot of this was pushed by Bill Clinton, and Hillary Clinton and Democrats and Republicans the idea that you needed to be quote, unquote, tough on crime, and since then people have through research through engaging with different ideas through data. We've learned that that's not necessarily always the best Lucien, which is why different models and policies and research has. Been done, and you've been able to get to new bipartisan changes with our criminal Justice system. Like the first step back. I want to give Lisa chance to respond to that. In just a minute..
"alec" Discussed on 1A
"So they can tell you that they don't represent an extreme position. But in fact, they do in many, many instances, I hear you in terms of your concerns about industry and legislators working arm-in-arm to make policy policies that in your view are extreme I wonder how you see and we'll get more into this in a minute. But see the public involved in this. I mean, if even if Alec wrote a Bill verbatim that a lawmaker introduced and it became law. If it upset enough people, isn't it on us to vote that person out while you know, it's interesting that you would raise that because one of the things Alec did after the two thousand ten election was hold secret sessions with Alec legislators to help them implement. A new computer algorithms to change the districting in those states. And so what you've had in the past few years. The number of Alec legislators who have rewritten their own district lines to make themselves safer from public disapproval and more than willing to push this extreme agenda of Alec once. Alec makes it a standard or a national model for those legislators in many states, they just ram those bills right through the public citizens are left to the side. Why does Alec house so much sway with so many lawmakers? What it does is it provides for a steady stream of contact through these two or three meetings a year with these legislators, and these lobbyists where they're wined, and dined or schmooze and booze at Alec meetings, and many instances, those lobbyists are their main stay campaign contributors to max out in their state limits for those elected representatives, the packs of some of those corporations are there mainstays for their fundraising. And so it creates a long term relationship but helps build and solidify those relationships for these. Alec meetings or in essence vacations, where these lawmakers are hanging out with these lobbyists and building those relationships in ways that are different than in the state where they might have restrictions or disclosures that Alec basically says don't apply because it claims it does no lobbying, and it's not a lobbying organization. Shelby. It sounds like Lisa expressing concerns that this is ultimately just about money, but this is corporations that find lawmakers that they can influence to get what they want and the benefit is through campaign contributions or donations down the line, or maybe even in the shorter term, and that feeds a desire, or or gives more reason to do some of Alex business in public, but some of it in private where the public doesn't really have enough knowledge of what's going on well start. So there's a a lot to digest there. But I I'll say it seems like the criticism is that I guess people have a problem with business being part of the public discussion and within the public square, and I think that's pretty sad. Well, I think. The problem was with people not knowing how much business is part of the public discussion with with that point though. That's also just doesn't make much sense to to dole those of us within the organization. So like, I said before one all of our meetings are publicly posted on our website. You can go and you can buy a ticket. You can register we invite media all.
"alec" Discussed on 1A
"Let me get a little more basic information from you Shelby. You mentioned that your members are public sector private sector. And nonprofits was it. Yes. Who who are some of the private sector members? We just have tons of different organizations and companies all over the all over the spectrum so anywhere from communications to education fields to environment to everything. So it the whole point is to bring together people from all over the spectrum because of course, public and. Private individuals. Are what make our system work until we bring them all together. Give us a sense of the state lawmakers who are members of ally. Are there any like requirements for joining or can any state lawmaker join or how does how does the lawmaker become a member of Alex short? So Alec is open to all state, lawmakers were nonpartisan were open to Democrats and Republicans. We have Republicans we have Democrats, and it's very similar almost like the national council. State state'll legislators, it's you bring lawmakers together, and it's just open to all state officials. So what is your sense Lisa of the public awareness? The public perception of Alex is this a group that gets a lot of attention. Or would you guess that most people are not really aware of it? I think that Alec has increased its notoriety over the years and part of the extreme policies that it has pushed, but also it's been profiled in number of documentaries because of the damage that it has done to public policy in the states and nationally. And so I think there's a greater awareness of Alec than when. I helped launch Alec exposed about eight years ago. The presentation of Alec has this body of lawmakers really overlooks the portions of Alex that aren't broadcasts of the public where the press is kept out, for example in those task force meetings. We know from open records requests that corporations corporate lobbyists vote as equals with lawmakers on those bills before they become Alec models approved by that task force in many instances, those bills actually originate from corporate lobbyists. Although Alec has in recent years take into removing the logo branding that used to be on those bills. You know, what you see in recent years is a sort of polished PR campaign to try to present Alec in a different light in reality. What Alec does is give you know, sort of one stop shopping for corporate lobbyists and special interest groups to vote on bills that they want in. So it really is a corporate lobbying operation operation before she'll be chance to to respond. Can I just clarify from you Lisa when you're taught? Talking about extreme policies. What are you referring to? Specifically, can you give me an example? Well, interestingly one of the recent efforts of allocates to repeal the direct election of senators that the new piece, but Alec has a lot of bills that are pretty extreme. Alec for many years was pushing the NRA's position on guns to repeal repeal the assault weapons ban and more Alec has a long history of other measures that are very damaging to the public. They are the ones who really lifted up to the voter ID restrictions after the two thousand eight elections to make it harder for Americans to vote on an Alec was the real force in the states in privatizing our prison system where most prisoners go through the state criminal Justice system. All right. She'll be let me give you chance to respond. Sure, will I I just want to say, I think it's pretty unfortunate that you would use words like extreme to describe an organization that's committed to limited government, free markets and federalism. Some of the great things that we've worked on for example. I don't know how you would. Or call free speech extreme we we've my job is to help protect an insure that you're right in my right to speak is protected. We also have done great things like occupational licensing reform, so people that maybe went to the criminal Justice system in our barred from entering certain occupations..
"alec" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"So well up into this point Danny Shays that we just told the American audience that Alec Baldwin was coming on. And what they got instead was Daniel Baldwin, and Danny Shays. They're going to holler. As soon as Alec Baldwin shows up. Shore too. Don't forget that. One of the things that I love about this tension with the Baldwin's. And now the Baldwin's in the Walberg s- are feuding, and they should be is just how delighted Greg Cody was to have the fifth fat Baldwin address him. He's listening in can't be no is he I thought I was saying that when he wasn't here. He's still listening to us. Why is he listening to us back on now? So we can find themselves really go. Let's go back on our insults. More in. So but I'm fatter than you are. More Insein fatter than you are. You know, what's interesting that I've been waiting for more than than the celebrity prognosticator and we have Alec Baldwin series special. We we have a very special criterion. Few today, by the way, I want you to know, which is really the highlight of the whole segment is it not in the studio walking in right now. They just stepped into the studio he's going to come in. Here. He is saying, hi. Allocate. All right. You're breathless as you ran up for hurrying to get your alley. He ran up to me here. We appreciate it up before we get to our celebrity prognostication. Can I ask you a couple of questions? I want to ask you, I find your career fascinating. And we had a discussion the other day about whether you're a comedian or an actor because of how good you were on comedians in cars, getting coffee with Seinfeld. What is the distinction? And what do you consider yourself? When I'm on this show when I've do in this show. They would I really consider myself is Daniel Baldwin's, brother. That's what I I'm the brother of a famous radio celebrity of sports prognosticator parked salons. I'm the kind of brother appall even mall. That's a great distinction. So you're a comedian a comedian. He's. Best of the Baldwin clan. Comedian, you know, no, I never say comedian because comedians write their own material. You're not a comic in my mind. That's the distinction unless you write the stuff. So if you're a standup, improv sketch comedy groups groundlings, we'll that kind of stuff you see all those great comedy groups there, you're a comedian. If you right, and I don't right. But I think I think we say. I think you sell yourself short excuse me. Excuse me. I'm sorry. I know it just seems that that other comedians think of you as a comedian because I don't think a lot of other people being on that show with Seinfeld other than you. And I didn't feel like you were there because of your friendship, I feel like you were there because you earned it with your funny. But what I am as a schmuck when I am as schmuck because Seinfeld wanted to a couple of shows reprieves he wanted to bring back a couple of people, and he couldn't get anybody. All the big stars. All the great comedy stars weren't available to called me. And I feel them. Yeah. I'm always the Fillon. I'm the guy. They get is it is it true that you have the big people when they can't get, you know, Howard Stern or someone is it true that you have a standing invitation to do Saturday Night Live whenever you'd like. I wouldn't say that's true. I mean, I have a standing invitation to come on and do something maybe not to host. But undoing the Trump they can certainly something that they've asked me to do more than I have time for, but I mean, yeah, that's like a home to me, and they're all old friends of mine. I mean, I've been doing this now for a while. And in that time, you know, a couple of years from now we'll be doing this for like forty years and in that time where I've worked with people where there was a kind of very comfort zone there. The roundabout theater or guild hall of east Hampton or different people. I've worked with Lorn and the people at thirty rock and SNL are very old. Dear friends among your best studio fifty four story because you're a busboy there in your twenties during all the debauchery and all the famous and infamous..
"alec" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"At our show with Stu gods on ESPN radio. All right. So Daniel Baldwin is there and Alec Baldwin is not yet. They're so explain yourself Daniel Baldwin pleased because I was told that this might come Mercifully to an end today if Alec Baldwin loss, but where is Alex? Tallec is an Uber blocks away. We have poli the mo- our producer leaving his position to go outside in the score. The spot for them. Yeah. Paulie goes fully goes out there all the parking spot for. Oh. We don't want another entered in an apartment. It's not. No, no, no. No. No, no, please. Let's not go there. Let's not go there at all. Oh, I thought I thought going, no, no. That's very clearly where they were going, but they're allowed to you're not. Okay. Fair enough Daniel where what's going on? No, listen, listen, listen. We're allowed to go there. He's not yet point. Okay. Go Bring on. on you. Don't bring it up when he gets on. All right. Very good. Let's not let's not get him. He's already. He's already pitching. So are you on any? So, you know, we're we're here. Can you put Danny on? Danny Danny Shays is here with us speak. Dan of its are what? What I don't want any Shays. I won like Baldwin. Like, why are you here? We we we because our show the last two days has been covering circus basketball, which we were terrible last night against you concert. Danny has been joining the show co host kind of faith and switches and Alec Baldwin for Danny Shays. What kind of switches this review? It's a bait and switch he's he's just joining the show. Alex still coming on? You're going to have you're going to have an aneurysm. You're going to have you need to calm down. We're to do we're gonna we're gonna hold on Greg on with you. AM Danny shaves his with you. The former Denver nugget. The former Miami Heat, dude. The former like eighteen got the stats. Seven. They hate it when you're graduate. Yeah. I don't see that. So Greg where Stu gods? Stugatz on the show. He's taking acting lessons to God's is away from here today. Greg Cody is playing his role today. Greg. Greg, Cody, can I ask you a question absolutely, really making a mistake, your shoe shoe? Should we make your character to figure character? And have you killed Stu gods or your skills better than his funeral? No, no. They are. You know? I'm I'm credentialed. As you know, I I have appeared as a as a as a extra in a movie major making an executive decision here. We will check in when we'll check in with you again when Alec is there. Okay. I'm pulling out right now because I don't want to talk to any Jay's no offense, and I will come back. When Alex is there. Thank you. Let's go ahead. Offended by that. Really? Okay. So you back when Alec walks in just I I mean, mean, but but. are we just going to sit around staring at each other until then I have questions for Dany Shane. Okay. Go ahead. S Danny chase him question. What was it like arena? How many I heard there were so many rats Scott Mellanby, a former Florida panther once famously killed the rat at the Miami arena. Did you have any experience with rats if Miami arena, Dany shades? Former member of the Miami Heat in seven hundred eighteen. Now with the rats inside the arena. However that beauty of it was when the players had to get police escorts from the players parking lot that had that beautiful wire surround into the arena just to make sure that we didn't get mugged at the twin the parking lot and the arena back of the day. All right. I'm tap Dany class. There you go. All right. Thank you. Thank you. Appreciate it. We'll check back with you guys in a couple of minutes. I will continue to object to the segment I will continue to object to having this voice on us until it produces good radio. You guys let me know when it does that. Okay. Because I feel like six or seven weeks passed it being good radio. You know, it's weird is like this entire segment had been going..
"alec" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast
"Freeman, FIS Tom Hanks for Robert Downey junior. So another venture green, the number two with a little bit of a shock to me. Maybe it shouldn't be Harrison. Ford is maybe you shouldn't be, but you need to start. You forget about a little, oh yes. Star Wars, Indiana Jones Air Force One in when you have those temple. Your bare. See, this is great. What do you got for the last one? That was the plan, then we'll see if I can continue that. I question this award nominated movie was snubbed for best picture. The Oscars made very little money at time if the ethical release, but audiences eventually found it a TV, Josh shake redemption. All right. So it has a modest corrigo. Modest, go following five percent, rotten tomatoes, plus Cinna files, absolutely adore, so you can. You can answer the same thing. If you want multiple multiple choice here, both fiction quiz, show session credentials for weddings, and if you know, where did you say was nominated for an Oscar? I said this was this. I just thought it was award nominated. Yeah. So it sounds like redemption. Actually, it's a trick question. I was looking for grandma's boy. It has an eighty five percent audience score rotten tomatoes. They made only six million at the box office in two thousand six, but allegedly pulled in over fifty million in DVD. Sales Reynolds isn't. If I'll approve every past more. Rob Schneider was nominated for worst actor of the decade. Razzie in two thousand ten th grandma's boy being one of his movies, of course. And as you may know, it did not win best picture Academy Awards, but to be fair, outstanding achievement in popular film was not yet a category. So there you go. Missile accomplished. I didn't make you look like fools Mitch view. It's all I was trying to accomplish your well played. Alec Alec bloom getting it done. Sinophile is his podcast. He is a course apart of fantasy movie league FM l. b. apartment and plant. You know, the movies I love Alec is you know, or not the movies that make the most money. But I like playing it just because it reminds me what movies are coming out. It's okay. Well, great. We got mild twenty two out this weekend, and then I don't really care like doing the actual actual FM l. but I, I love the site and I love the app just remind what's happening. So kudos for that your boy, Matthew berry and for doing such a good job with us. I look forward to chatting with you and your podcast next week. Fantastic. Thank you had Jimani forever. Eli's mom knew she had a strong kick even back in the womb and from then on Allie was always kicking a ball and saying she was going to play pro soccer. And one day mostly was kicking a ball against a wall. Her skills drew even more attention. Erba said, could you please stop? Banning gave me this quarterly numbers. I asked for turns out alley just wasn't that good a talker. But she was a good accountant. That's my. She switched to gyco. She knew they could save a bunch of money on car insurance Benji. Sure. Wasn't ever gonna make that pro sucker money news or. Alright, those out bloom. Thanks against him. He was terrific. I got a few more movies to review before we get to the rest of the regular segments here on Sinophile also, I buried the lead. So I got this FedEx envelope today, and I got really excited man. It's award season. Somehow. Lines is figured out a way to get me into the broadcast film association. I'm going to start getting movie reviews instead. I open it up here and I said, what in the world? And it's a people magazine special edition and it says, hi there just want to draw your attention. The special edition of people magazine dedicated NBC's EMMY award, nominated hit series. This is us. This issue is a great retrospective on the first two seasons of the series pivotal episodes. Memorable scenes cast interviews as well as a sneak peek of what to.
"alec" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
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