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"alonzo" Discussed on Netflix is A Daily Joke

Netflix is A Daily Joke

02:37 min | Last month

"alonzo" Discussed on Netflix is A Daily Joke

"I love being able to take care of myself, but I hate having to learn how to take care of myself. It's hard. And that's what we need to talk about more often. For me, when I got health insurance, I didn't know what to do with it. I never used it. You know what I mean? I was asking a friend of mine like, how do you use insurance? And then he's like, go to the doctor. I'm like, I don't go to doctors. I use vicks. I'm not kidding. He's like, what's vix? No one had ever asked me that. I felt like it was a hate crime. I didn't know how to respond. I'm like, what do you mean? And he's like, what's vix? And I was like, oh, I realized he's white. He has insurance. Right? So I was like, I don't know how to explain it to you. And he's like, well, what do you use vicks for? I'm like, your hopes and dreams. Dude, like everything. You can fix a flat tire with it, everything. It's like hoping a jar like is Obama in a can. Then he's like, I know you use it for everything. But if you read the jar, what does the jar say it's for? I'm like, who the fuck reads is a jar? I've never read the jar. And no kidding. He picks up the jar. He's like, oh, did you know it's expired? I'm like, I didn't expire? What? And that's when I realized I know nothing about vicks. I don't know what it is. I've never read to see what it says on the jar. I don't know what vix is. To the point that if someone has a gun in my head and they're like, bitch, what is vix? I'd be like, fucking shoot me, dude. I don't know. And then I would die. But that's okay 'cause I put vicks on the boulevard. And then I will come back to life. That's what vix is. That's the power. Watch christella Alonso, middle classy. Only on Netflix.

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Mets top Rockies 7-6 on Alonso's walk-off single in 9th

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 3 months ago

Mets top Rockies 7-6 on Alonso's walk-off single in 9th

"It was some late inning heroics for the mets on their way to beating the rockies 7 to 6 Colorado had gone ahead 6 four on the top of the 8th on an Elias Diaz three run double but as they have all season long New York showed their resiliency with a mark can of two out two run double a tight in the 8th and a pita Alonzo RBI single with two outs in the 9th to win it I'm just trying to put the ball and put the ball and play hard every single time I get up there As long as it's over the dish So for me I just want to do the best I can give my team the best opportunity to win It was the 6th walk off win of the season for the mets While you guys New York

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Mets win 7th in a row; Soto homers in possible Nats swansong

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 4 months ago

Mets win 7th in a row; Soto homers in possible Nats swansong

"Pete Alonso and Francisco Lindor homered and Max Scherzer pitched into the 7th inning to improve his record to 7 and two as the mets meet the national 7 to three Alonzo blasted his 7th home run in the third off starter and lose her Patrick Corbin and Lindor hit a three run shot in the 6th as the mets won their 7th straight What makes me the happiest is our ability to hit with two strikes and then after we're done with that we come to dugout we talk about it You know we help each other out Juan Soto Homer didn't walk three times in what could be his last game with the nationals as the trade deadline comes up on Tuesday Craig heist Washington

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Bomani and Spencer Hall on Miami's Cultural Mixing Pot

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

01:36 min | 5 months ago

Bomani and Spencer Hall on Miami's Cultural Mixing Pot

"The thing that I never forget about Miami, 'cause you talk about the line, right? And I guess we're at this point now where kids don't know about this, by the way, Spencer project you need to put a pin in. The January 1987 fiesta bowl, right? That's correct. Impossible to explain to people what a cultural flashpoint this was. Miami versus Penn State and is the whole, you know, a whole lot of stuff happening. You can go look it up. I can't get you into everything. But the most legendary thing about it was Miami gets off the plane and the team is in fatigues, right? 1986, they all get off the plane and fatigue. And it's all associated with like Jerome Brown. Michael Irvin Alonzo highsmith, Melvin bread and all those guys. But if you look at the clip, but when they got off the plane, the second or third dude office, they tested birdie. They're all kinds of clips in the U documentary where you just see Vinny Chester Bernie posted over these dudes in shades. He loved every minute of this. I don't think he was gold with them dudes nowhere, but he loved it. That is correct. And that is, you can get that kind of like, even if we take it out of the U, which I think is probably if we were to explain to somebody the prototypical example of Miami blending cultures very rapidly over the through sports, that would be one. The Miami Heat, this Miami Heat team. If you have ever seen Tyler hero and Jimmy Butler discussing swimming or the lack of ability thereof. That to me is an example of dudes who just found the right place to manage to mention a place where that kind of stuff can happen and it can happen very, very quickly.

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Escobar homers again, Carrasco pitches Mets past Rangers 4-1

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 5 months ago

Escobar homers again, Carrasco pitches Mets past Rangers 4-1

"The mets made it two of three from the rangers with a four to one victory at city field The game turned it on unusual play in the bottom of the fourth The range is John gray struck out Pete Alonso but the ball got away from heim who then threw the ball into right field trying to get Alonso added first Jeff McNeil the next batter double Tom Alonzo for the go ahead run It's nice to you know get a serious win against them and happy flight You'll get on the road and take care of Cincinnati Big deal scored after his double and Eduardo Escobar's third home in as many games to make it four to one Carlos Carrasco health arranges to one run in 6 hits while Fannie ate to raise his record to 9 and four Tom maryam New

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"alonzo" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

04:39 min | 5 months ago

"alonzo" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

"I probably don't think it's funny. Do you have a short story of an interaction with a legendary comedian living or dead that you'd like to share with us? Or you feel comfortable sharing with us? Or if it's gossipy and bad, you can tell the story without saying who it's about. That's the new disclaimer. Oh, I love that disclaimer because then because you know somebody did it. So often the first story people have is bad and I'm like, oh, that's the story we want here, but it tells me a nice story about a person you want to admit. Let me see. I'm trying to think, man, these questions are so good. They're so good. Let's see. You know, here's a short story, and it was actually about Jay Leno, because I hated, I hated that I couldn't do, look, I was a kid when Johnny Carson retired, right? And for years, I wanted to be on The Tonight Show and I couldn't get on The Tonight Show. And I remember I was doing comedy magic, hermosa beach, the owner asks if I want to open for Leno. And it's the first I've never met him. And I'm like, sure, I'll do it. And I go, and we talk, and he sees my set, and he asks me, how come you never did The Tonight Show? And I was like, I don't know. You tell me? And it was like this thing, 'cause I had that. Yeah. As like a chip for so long because I'm like, I want The Tonight Show, 'cause I was like, the iconic show. Look, it's either that or Letterman, right? And I ended up doing panel on Letterman on one of his last shows, so I was like, closest I'm gonna get, love it. Letterman kissed my hand. I have a picture of like a Letterman kissing my hand. I'm like, I'm done. And he was like, we should have had you on. And that? That we should have had you on. If I could put that on my tombstone, we should have had you on The Tonight Show. It was like such a redemption. You know, like when you, when you maybe break up with someone or something like that, and then you end up Googling them like Facebook in them, like decades later, you're like, I'm doing better than them. That's how it felt. Perfect. Do you have advice for aspiring comedy maker of any sort? Be true to yourself and don't let anybody tell you that you can't do it. And also know that a lifelong dream takes a lifetime. You never get to the end of it. All parts of it, the failures, the successes, it's all part of the dream. So don't try to do it. Unless you know that you're not doing it for money or fame. Because if you're doing that, it's so vague that you don't know how much money is enough, how much fame is enough. You got to do it because you really love it. And trust your gut, you want to do it for a reason. So if you think it's funny, it's funny. I wrote down lifelong dream takes a lifetime I've never heard that before, that's really good. This is the last one. Do you have a joke that you wrote, you thought was so funny? You may be performed a couple times or something, and it never works, but you will go to your grave being like, I was right there wrong. This is hilarious. Oh, man. I'm trying to think. Usually I just bury them. I hold funerals for all of them. Oh man. It was a joke. Man, I'm gonna bring it back. I think it's a joke about it. How as a country we're nicer to aliens from outer space instead of other people. We welcome all ET, we're just like, oh my God, he's adorable. Juan, get out of my face. It's good. I think that at the time when I was trying to do it, because this was years ago, I don't think we were, I don't think we were ready. But you know what? Now I'm going to bring it back. That's so good. Of course, I can't believe, yes, anyway. Great. I'm happy that this is a reminder to do that joke. I love it. I love it. Thank you. It's actually because I wouldn't have thought about it otherwise. Perfect. This has been thank you so much. That's so great. I.

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"alonzo" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

01:51 min | 5 months ago

"alonzo" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

"Behind the curtain, about to go up on stage. And I keep thinking, I want this audience to know how happy I am. Like, this is such a big deal for me. And the curtains open, and I come out, and I'm so excited. And they're right there with me because I'm so excited. I really get so excited that I get to do this for a living. You know, like Leno, Jay Leno and I talk about how we both love stand up so much. But anything else that we do is, you know, it's fun, it's cool whatever, but it's always about stand up. The fact that I can do it, I can't help, but smile. But also, I do use it as a trick at times. Because you can't preach to people, and you can't come off condescending if you're trying to teach people awkward truths that they don't want to hear. But when you smile, man, it's easier for them to learn. I can do a joke about what is it for my first special, like the good old days? Well, what were they, right? When were these good old days? If they were so good, why don't you really see a lot of black people doing Civil War reenactments, right? You know what I mean? You talk about historical facts that you do it with a smile. And man, it's certainly easier for people to laugh when you're smiling. And then afterwards, they're like, what the hell did she just say? So it is a little bit of, you know, it's a little bit of.

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"alonzo" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

05:48 min | 5 months ago

"alonzo" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

"It makes me think I want other people to know that they can. And that's when I start thinking, well, how can they take care of themselves, right? So then you start thinking there's so many people that don't even know that there's outlets, there's programs available because some people are so poor they don't have the Internet, so we need to talk about that. So it's like this domino effect of all of this stuff that happens to me personally that I'm like, I have to talk about this because I don't want anybody else to talk about it. If I want to talk about it, why don't I talk about it? Yes. You're dedicated a lot of your work to your mother, the special. I like looking at the dedications of specials because some convenience don't do it. And you're like, this is dedicated to your mother, you talk about how the show was. And when thinking about you, I was thinking about the idea of dreams both aspirations and the American Dream and how your mother, when you first told her that you wanted to pursue these things, she was sort of against it, and she pushed back upon it. And it seemed like we had a very hard time with the idea of you pursuing your dreams. So now, you know, we're stuck about 15 years later. Of. Starting stand up or so, right? It's about 15 years. How do you think about your success as relates to that? Are you able to think about what she would think about your success? You know, that's the thing of what I'm reading your book or just thinking, that's the answer to a question that I as a listener was really trying to figure out. How do you think about it? You know, it's hard. My mom, my mom couldn't understand what I was trying to do, but you know, it's funny, my mom wanted to be a singer, she grew up in a village in Mexico with no electricity, no running water, nothing. So extremely poor. We grew up squatting in an abandoned diner and my mom's like, oh, we're moving up. You know what I mean? That's my mom, right? So her family mocked her and made fun of her and said, what are you doing stupid? You can't sing. We can't even eat. You know, so it's this thing where I think that a lot of times that idea stuck in her head, it's like, hey, you're poor, and if you're poor, you can't do all this stuff. So when I told her that, again, she's like, we're poor. Like, what are you doing? Like, you know, that's why I always say, and maybe you saw this, but I used to use this all the time. My mom used to always tell me, you gotta cut hair. 'cause even in a recession, people's hair grows. My mom didn't like, it didn't want me dating, but if we ever went out and she saw a guy in a suit, she's like, he's successful. Or a defendant. It could be so many options, mom. But my mom accepted that I wanted to do something different. I will say that my family, some of my family, referred to me as a black sheep, you know, there were times where I think my sister told her kids once don't be like cristallo. Like, don't do it. Like I was out doing hardcore drugs and just going on benders, you know? It's like, I want to perform. So. I think in the most sincerest way. I don't think my mom would have understood it. But I think she would have been so happy that I was happy. And that's like such a big thing. I think that she would have been so happy that her daughter was happy doing what she wanted to do because that's a big luxury in my family. The one of the things I always think about you doing stand up is that you smile. A lot of comedians don't smile. I don't know who told comedians not to smile, but somewhere along the way, they're like, you should look like you're not having fun. I mean, I know what it's like. I can see how it started, but it is a thing of beyond even there's one thing where comedians aren't supposed to laugh at their jokes. And I do think comedians are doing that more, but smiling, it's still. So we've talked about a little bit to sort of like, there's the joy of your stand up, there's sort of like a childlike wonder, even when you're talking about thinking about writing this joke, it is like so much, there's like a playfulness to even you and yourself. Where does that come from? How do you maintain that even when you're talking about things that are sort of darker, what why is that important for you and why is it just sort of a guiding principle for you? You know, it's funny. After the Conan said, there were so many people that said that I had had like one of the best sets on Conan, like, ever in a long time, it was like, and I always told them the same thing. I was very happy to be there. It had taken me ten years to get a late night spot. And I know that for some, it takes a long time, you know? Longer, or they don't get it. I was very happy to be there. And I remember thinking,.

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"alonzo" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

06:12 min | 5 months ago

"alonzo" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

"Love being in politics and trying to understand and try to teach people that change takes a long time. And we can't be so cynical all the time, even though we try to be cynical, and I know it's easy to be cynical. We also have to celebrate that one time that that 1% change happens. Because change is like losing weight. You know, it takes a long time to lose the weight that you gained, you know, and for me, I started thinking about what I could do. And I always told myself running for office if it was something that I felt I could help with. If it was something that the community thought that I could do, that I could help with, then why not do it? Yeah. You mentioned social anxiety and you talk about that more the special than in the past. And it's interesting doing research on you in order, right? In the past, you really like, I started doing stand up because I couldn't afford therapy after my mom died. And now you can't afford therapy and you do talk about going to it, so you don't need to stand up to fulfill that role. And I imagine stand up failed in its ability to just be therapy. So can you talk about that evolution of a little bit about what's in it was, but more about once you realized, if stand up isn't going to be my therapy, what am I using it for? And what can I use it for, especially as it relates to talking about the things that are involved in that? Well, to me, actually, stand up didn't actually work out as a form of therapy. You know, well, for me, it was just, you know what it was, is that going through such a big loss with my mother who was the most important woman person in my life ever. I talked about my family and I talked about her, but it was hard. It was really hard. The first special I had lower classy, the last joke. I shot it in what? 2016, that joke happened all of that happened in 2003. It took me 13 years to actually get to that joke. You know, but stand up help therapeutically because it allowed me to talk about my mom and have people laugh at it. And to laugh at her, and it really made her, it made me appreciate the moments I had with her. A little different, you know? Because I felt like it was still connected. And again, the audience would tell me, oh, my mom is just like that. My grandmother's just like that. And it was just kind of like a nice sympathy and connection that I think I didn't think I was going to get. The thing is, though, is that therapy is expensive. Right? And in 2000 8, I went to therapy, I was very depressed, and I didn't know I was depressed. But I was seeing a therapist that was seeing me on a sliding scale. And I was so broke. But the last session I could afford was the session that she told me that I suffered from depression. And I couldn't go back to discover why. So that was 2008. Then I got this show in 2014. And I got health insurance. And I didn't know what to do with the insurance. Like, I didn't know how it worked, nothing. It was just kind of like this whole new ball game. And my show got canceled in 2015. 2016, I don't want to spoil it, but things happened in this country that really affected me. I fell into a deep depression and my friend Steve was the one that helped me decide that I needed to go to therapy. And it was this thing where I thought, I really forgot about therapy. Yeah. At that point. And then I had this moment where I'm like, wait a minute, I can afford therapy. And I went to a therapist, then I went to a psychiatrist. I got diagnosed with social anxiety and severe depression. And it was weird because I never shunned it. I never thought that I never thought anything negative about it. I just didn't have access to it. And once I had access to it, changed my life. Like changed my life so much that the first thing I thought, I was so angry at how I had to get a TV show on the air. To have money to take care of my mental health. You know, and how that is just a sign of what the problems are in this country, you know? It's just like you had to get a TV show. I had to win the lottery to go and like get medication and get help for something that changed my life in such an insanely like wild way that ten years ago, 6 years ago, I could never have imagined feeling the way that I do now. And that's why, and I know going through that, I think about it, and I think how many people out there don't struggle with that. How many people don't have that experience. And for me, being on that side where I am taking care of myself,.

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"alonzo" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

06:57 min | 5 months ago

"alonzo" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

"Which is in wide oak, and that makes the vanilla flavor and smell that you pick up, come out of the wood. It's in the wood. Very distinctive and upgrade. I think it's the marrying of all of these flavors, the sweetness, and the oak Ness, that makes knob creek one of my favorites to sip and savor. It must be 21 years or older, drink responsibly, knob creek, Kentucky, straight bourbon whisky, 50% alcohol by volume. Copyright 2022, James B beam distilling company, clermont, Kentucky. And we're back with Chris Stella Alonso. So, you mentioned writing and you were like, well, what would be something my sister would say. When you're writing and or performing as your sister or any of your family members, what does it feel like? Do you feel like you know your background is acting like do you feel like I'm her right now? What does it feel like for you to like her, yeah? I learned this from my mom and my grandmother. They're both like they were both devoutly Catholic, but they used to love to gossip all the time. They were like such Catholic women that hated so many people. And I would learn. I think that's why I got into theater. I think honestly, my mom and my grandmother would talk to each other and talk about people in the neighborhood. And they would give each one a voice. You know? And as a kid, you knew, they always use the same voice for the same person. So if you heard that voice, they're like, oh, we're talking about Roy. What did Roy do? You know, so it really was accidental in that, to me, the act outs were kind of like just the way that my mom and my grandmother used to talk to each other. So it's like, every time that I talk to someone, and that happened in my family too, where each one of us had a voice that was assigned to us, you know? And if my mom was talking about one of my brothers, she'd be like, oh, and we knew that he was talking about my brother. So it always made us laugh, but it was always, you always knew who you were talking about. And when I was doing when I started doing bits, I started talking like my family talks. And it was really just assigning it, I had no idea. Even when I started doing theater, I had no idea that that was a skill. Yeah, it's so interesting 'cause it's like, there's some comedians I talk to, who when they do characters, especially their family members, they're not themselves anymore. They're doing their mom's voice and now they're their mom for ten seconds and they're themselves. The example I always think of is when I ask a little religious head with joke about his mother, but then after his mother passed away, he couldn't do it. It felt like he was visiting his mother when he did the joke. But what's interesting is that, essentially, what you're able to do is to take the character of your sister, you already had on stage off stage on stage. It's like, it's why I feel so organic. It's almost like the private character you have that you get to bring to an audience opposed to. Oh, I'm being my sister. What is a character that would make sense that I can translate? It's like, oh, I've already done that. It allows you to both an insight on your sister, but also on how you characterize your family members. Absolutely. You know, it was like, again, I think that also because of my mom, she was so good at giving us each attributes. That you know what I mean? We each had our own specific traits, you know, that apparently, but to us didn't exist with each other. Yeah, yeah. But my mom always saw it with us that, you know, it's so weird that I've like, how did you, how did you come to this conclusion that this is what I do? You know? And she's like, you do it. My mom was a short woman. She was like 5 one and my brother, my oldest brother, Ruben. I want to say he's like 5 ten. And she used to make fun of him and call him like a giant. Every time she was like fed up with him, she would always say, oh, and there you are in the sky, just being dumb. Like, all there in the sky and the heavens and, you know, and my brother Rubin would play a log and he used to call her a little fire ant. You would look down on her and he's like, and you're down there in the little hill. That's my family. Okay, these are two people that are like 9 inches different. Completely, but it's like so like, oh my God. It was everything. Yeah. You mentioned how you came up with like, oh, it would be funny to hear her talk about space stuff and say, you know, and I wanted to ask you about the joke hinges or there's a laugh you get from her saying shuttles instead of shuttles. And as a person who by having created TV show, I'm sure has had every possible perspective on how you're supposed to represent different people for us at you. When you're doing a joke that hinges on quirks of accents like this joke or there's a joke in your new special about your brother's accent. How do you think about it? Is there a debate? Has it evolved? I'll say this. What I learned from my TV show is that you'll never make everybody happy. And what I learned from doing my show is that the Latino community can be highly critical. You'll never be good enough for everybody. You know, my family grew up in South Texas. We grew up in a border town, where like Mexican American I'm first generation, you know? I talk about it in my special where a mixed status family, some of us were undocumented, you know? So it's this thing where I can only tell you what my family would do. I can't tell you what a Cuban family could do. I'm not Cuban. I'm not Puerto Rican, you know? So it's like, I would get these complaints during my show where people would say, we're not like that. And I'm like, yeah, that's why the show's not called every Latino in the world. Is it? It's called christella. So for me, I always say, what's the truth? Because I always say that you can always defend the truth. You can always be protective of the truth. It's not about exploiting. It's about being honest. And, you know, for me, like with the chattels thing, it's like you want to make sure that you're establishing that she doesn't belong there and that it's all a lie. In that point, you're trying to picture this woman who doesn't know what's going on. She doesn't know what's being asked of her, you know? And that's my sister. You know? But it's that thing where.

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"alonzo" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

08:18 min | 5 months ago

"alonzo" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

"And one, what does that mean to the people that are observed who are not used to it or don't even thinking of it? And what it means to be able to do that. And I wonder what it is, I think thinking about it as you are so much younger than your family, being in a position where you were put in a position where you were observing how people behaving, like there is like almost like when you tell stories of your family, it's like the view of a child seeing people doing things. Is that resonate? Yeah, but also, you know, it's funny, you know what I learned that really worked for me and by working for me means that it just felt natural was that the more specific I was, that's the secret that I think to stand up that a lot of people don't understand. And it's not for everybody. But for me, it's like the more specific you are, the more universal it can be. You know, 'cause what I started learning and it came from the joke, the resume joke, is that the more I thought about the specific parts of my life, the more they kind of resonated. And I remember, and I just sit down sometimes. First of all, I record every set I do. Doesn't matter where I'm at, open mic, theater club, all of them. I have been doing that since day one. Wow. And I have been doing that because I love the evolution of a joke. You know, there's something I'm a big Beatles fan. And I remember the first time I heard it was like 22 tracks of The Beatles and the evolution of strawberry fields. And you hear like the first, you know, like the first run to the finished product, and you see that evolution. And that's what I love about writing jokes. You see that evolution. So I record every set because I want to make sure that if you accidentally say something different and it gets a laugh, you have to go back and listen to why, you know, it's the why. And you know, I remember, I go around, I carry my notebook, and I love writing jokes down first, you know? You're fully writing it down. You're like, I fully write it out. And I'm like verbatim. I write them all. I sit down and I just, I'm very specific. And that's how I started doing it. Soon after the resume joke, I started thinking like, what is it? About my family. Let's talk about what I did growing up, or let's talk about something, and then one day I started thinking it hit me, that I was the person as the youngest, but had to taste the milk to see if it was expired. Right? And I started thinking, I know I'm not the only one that had to go through this, you know? And it's that thing where I hated it. It was that thing where everybody, like, my mom would stand next to me. Is it good? You know what I mean? You hate it having that job, but once I wrote it down as a joke, and I did it, I realized so many people were in that bubble. They resonated with it. They clicked, and that's when I realized you can talk about anything in your life because you're always going to find people that connect with it. But that's the thing, though. I think it takes years. I think it takes a while to understand and learn that. That in stand up, people try to be funny and they try to create and make things that are contrived that they think people will laugh at. But if you write something that's true to you, you'll find your audience. Yeah. There's a clip. I found a few versions of the joke and there's one where you do it on legally Brown, which it seemed like it was, I don't know where it aired, but it was a special that you did. Showtime, yeah. Showtime. So, and you're telling this joke and it's wonderful that the camera people got it because they're shooting from the audience perspective. And there's just seemingly this is what the visual narrative is that someone is holding the hand of a person next to them and pointing as if being like, this is my sister. And they did it. And it was amazing, 'cause usually it's just shot that almost never bears fruit in that way. And it truly like the entire joke is told from the as if they want to be like, do you see that? It's amazing because you think this is like, well, no one's doing this. And also like, you heighten it to a point, but it's like something about when you're doing it. It's a wonderful version of it because they are so, and I think it gets exactly what you're talking about. Yeah, no, and that's the thing, right? I think especially, you know, one thing I've learned in doing stand up, especially from my perspective, because here's the thing, I never, I never wanted a TV show. I never thought I was gonna get one. I mean, look, at that time, I had a crooked tooth. I was considered chubby for Hollywood. You know, I wasn't like the hot sex pot. Like I always say that with latinas, you know, for a long time in Hollywood in your 20s, you're like the sex pot and then somehow 30s through 50s, you have to go away, and then you come back as the wise grandmother. You know what I mean? I never thought that I would ever have a TV show. I never tried. It was actually, they approached me because of my set. Because I was talking about my family because I had so many stories, but that was accidental. That wasn't something that I ever tried to do, and it was that thing where, you know, for me, for me, it's kind of what I would say at the beginning, when we started, there were so many comics, I would say, you stole my idea. You did this. And I quickly thought, well, you can't steal my life. You know? So let's write about my life. You can never accuse me of stealing something if it's my life. Something that happened to you. You can be like, this is the time it happened to me. Exactly. We're also me. I didn't take it from you. Exactly, you know? Years ago, someone sent me a video of a comic, I think, in Atlanta. That was doing the resume joke. And they were like, they sent it to they sent it to me. And immediately, I was so upset, and then I thought, at that point, my joke had been everywhere. And I'm like, keep doing it, dude. You keep doing it. You're not a cover band. Someone will call you out soon. And I never heard of the comic again. That's funny. You're like, what's gonna happen? It's not like this person's gonna get more famous than me from my joke. Eventually, it's like the Internet exists. Someone will be like. Also, a known joke. So I want to go through each part of it because especially since you talk about being interested how it evolves, I'd be curious to see what you remember. So the joke starts with the basic premise, which you ever rely so much on a resume, you're actually shocked, they give you the job. So are you sure about this? Yeah. Are you sure about this? So talk about setting it up, what do you want to get across? That is a joke, but it's also set up, which is nice, like you're getting a little laugh on the way to the baker stuff. What worked about that and also just when you're starting jokes, how do you approach the sort of first couple lines? So really, sometimes when I look, a lot of the jokes come from just normal everyday conversation, right? Like you talk with friends, that's why I have my notebook or something. And I'm like, oh, that's funny, and I write it down. Sometimes with that joke, for example, I literally did sit down and try to write a joke. And to me, I treat it like a writing exercise. Yeah. You know, it really sometimes, you know, in order for me, I believe that in order to, you know, to kind of find your voice, you just have to use it. You have to write. And it's weird because I remember when I moved to LA, there were some comics that would make fun of me 'cause I always had a notebook with me. And they were like, you write down everything and I'm like, yeah, who does it?.

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"alonzo" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

07:55 min | 5 months ago

"alonzo" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

"It's so possible to cover it. Yeah. So one day I decided, I'm going to try to write a joke that's very specific to me. I had no idea what I was doing. You know, I literally was sitting down in my little notebook, like my little black and white composition book and I'm like, what specific? What do I do that's specific? And I looked over at the printing software that I bought it off as depot and I'm like, I lie on resumes. I'm sure I'm not the only one. And I just started doing it. And I started building it out from that. And that ended up being one of the first big joke that people knew me for. So that's fascinating. So I wanted to ask about specific parts of that story because it's like, this is so clearly this builds through, you know, your first Conan sentence in there. So this truly is like the joke that is there from your beginning. And it's interesting when certain jokes were comedians, can be like their sidekicks in their journey. It's like, okay, have this joke and nothing else is good but I have this one and they're telling me the direction to go in. But so you're a fan of comedy beforehand. Had you been to a comedy club beforehand? I had. Now, I had gone to college in St. Louis for like a year, and Dave Chappelle was playing, I want to say it was the funny bonus. It was right after like half baked. You know? But I always already a fan of Chappelle. And I went to see him and again, that was the first time I had been in a club. I didn't know that comedy clubs existed. You know, 'cause all the comedy that I saw was on TV. You know, so it was just kind of like, oh, this is what you do on TV. But I remember, again, thanks to the trusty old school newspaper, I saw a picture of him and I'm like, oh my God, that's the guy. That's Dave Chappelle. I went to see him. And I thought it was kind of like, it was like going to a concert, right? Where you go, but you know, it's like, you go to a concert. I go see Billy Joel, but I don't think like, hey, man, let's learn the piano. Let's just screw it. Let's just learn the piano. Let's become Billy Joel, you know? So that was the only time I had gone prior to getting the job. So it must be like you're working there. You're like, oh, comedians are kind of people. I'm able to have conversations with them. I guess there's no big difference. So you take the class and if this joke wasn't in your first set, what were you doing the first time you did stand up as a contrast, right? It's like what even is that then when you're like, okay, time to do this thing I've never done before. So I actually have my first set. I have it online and it's private and the first time I ever went up was Labor Day 2003, I think. And every Labor Day or whatever, on my anniversary, I make it public, so people can watch my first set. And I remember, I do a joke about the game of life, the board game, and now it's so not life at all. You just succeed so much in that board game that even the failures you're like, I would love to fail at this, you know? So I did my own version of the game of life where it's like you got a new car, move two spaces. Oh, you got a DUI, move back three spaces, you know? It's like that was one of my first jokes that I wrote. I also did a joke about Walmart greeters. Because the commercials always showed the greeter so happy to see you. And you go to Walmart in real life and they could care less or like, why are you here? I did that. I mean, it was just my first stuff. I would do that game of life joke now. And I probably will actually know that I remember it. I had that, but I also, I used to do silly stuff. I used to do a joke about how vampires are always very artistic. They're always into art. They have played piano and stuff, and you never see a plumber vampire, like a blue collar vampire that's just like, I want to suck your blood and fix your pipes. That's a lot of my stuff at the beginning. Was this your first joke you wrote about your family? Wow, yes. That was the very first joke I wrote about my family. I just realized that. Wow. Did you have any, you know, like I assume at the beginning, you don't think like, well, one day I'll be interviewed by this, or one day I'm gonna be famous. So you don't think who cares about writing a joke about my family, it doesn't matter, but were there concerns? Do you have family that'd be like, how dare you talk about me? Like, are you just like, who cares? You're just like, I'm just gonna do it. You know, I think that my family, for the longest time, couldn't understand what stand up was. That they were fine with it, because I think that for the longest time, I think my family couldn't understand that anybody would go see me. You know, 'cause I'm just like, because I'm the youngest of four, you know. You could be successful. You can do whatever, but you're always gonna be that same kid to your family. And I remember it wasn't. Till maybe 5 years into it, that they saw a show. They were backstage at a show in Dallas. And they saw the crowd and it was one of my brothers was like, why are they here? It was so weird. And I'm like, well, because I'm doing a show and they're like, they're here for you. It was just so like they couldn't understand it. And at that point, I had already talked about them. And the thing is, everything I say is true. So they can't get upset at it because everything that I say is true. It's so funny, because it does make sense, 'cause you're like, comedy by nature, you know, there's that sort of conversational element. So they're just like, cristal is being Stella. She's just doing her thing. And then you don't realize, like, it's somewhere along the way. You're working on this on purpose and that an audience is interested in it. And now their characters in a world, regardless of even before the TV show, I like to like, oh, now people are come to hurt you as the repository of their entire history. It's really insane, especially, you know, on a very honest note, my family grew up in extreme poverty, and we were always kind of overlooked, or if we weren't overlooked, we were made fun of for being the poor people, you know? So we were very used to mentally, I think, to be, we were conditioned to think that what we did wasn't very special. You know, so it was like this thing, my family was all about survival, so anything that we did, I don't think that there was really a chance that we ever thought that what we could do could actually be noticed and be kind of considered different or special. So it was one of those things where my family, it really took them a long time, and I think at times right now, they still don't, they still don't react the way that I think you would want the family. When I told them that I got a second Netflix special, they're like, oh, cool. Like, okay. Like, okay, you know what I mean? Like, okay, that's what we're doing. Okay, okay. I told him I got a new tire for my car. Yeah, it's interesting because it's like, you know, when we think of observational comedy, you're like observation in comedy we think of like, oh, have you ever noticed airplanes or blah blah blah? But there is something about observing lives that are unobserved..

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"alonzo" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

07:08 min | 5 months ago

"alonzo" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

"Oh, some of you guys scared. That's the last thing I need to get a friend request from Visa. Comment on everything I do. Hey, today's payday, these are likes this. I am here with christella Alonso. Thank you so much for joining me. Oh, thank you so much for having me. So I was realizing when I was listening to this joke that I picture your sister from your TV show. Like I'm like, oh, the same person, but I realized on my place to start is who is your actual sister? What was your relationship with her like growing up? And as you get older, so just so the audience could sort of picture where you're talking about here. So my sister is she hates when I say this, but she's 11 years older than I am. And growing up in like a first generation household. My mom was working all the time. So my sister really helped raise me for the first part of my life. So we have a very close, very sisterly relationship that's almost a little bit motherly, which I think is actually a very typical in a lot of the Latino households that I grew up in, where, you know, the relationships, the roles aren't defined. You're a little bit of everything, right? But I think that's true in a lot of close families anyway. So my sister and I, she has three children. And when I was in 6th grade, I started taking care of them on my summers off of school. And eventually I ended up helping raise my raise them, raise my nephews and my niece because my sister and her husband were working and child care was expensive and so I moved in with them and that was actually the premise of my show. It was a real time of my life where I kind of just stayed there and helped raise my niece, my nephews and my mom moved in because she was getting on an age and she ended up passing away. Like I was the caregiver of everybody. So the 11 year gap when you're a child is so it's just so big 'cause you know kids at school are singing like the itzy bitsy spider and I'm like singing hard habit to break Chicago because she's going through a breakup. You know what I mean? Like the experience is different. But she was always my fake boss for every fake job I've ever had. She's always had my back, you know what I mean? So it's like that thing where look, you don't need to have experience if you can make it up. That's kind of where we go. So yeah, so as you get into it, explain the real history before we get to even what the joke or even before maybe a comedian, like what was actually happening, are there specific examples of what you did? Like, what did this actually look like? So my mom passed away in 2002, I was living in Dallas with my sister, and I realized I was kind of stuck. At this point, I didn't even I wasn't even thinking of stand up. I didn't even think of stand up as a job, but I needed, I needed some work. I needed money coming in. So I remember I applied, I was a server. You know, I was an actor. I was doing theater at the before I moved to Dallas, so serving was really one of my go to jobs. So I applied for this Italian restaurant that was opening up nearby, and then I had another job that I saw and it was a help wanted ad. And it just said office help. And I had never worked in an office. So I just randomly, I mean, I help wanted that in a newspaper. This is how I found it. And I showed up and it was a comedy club. Now, I loved comedy, but I didn't know that it was a job job. So I went in, I asked for an application, and I lied and said I could do all of this stuff. I lied and said, I was so good at all of these programs and everything. Just insane. And I instantly put my sister's name because she was married. She had a different last name. So I lied and said that I was her assistant at her job at that point. And I just, I told her, hey, Julie. If this company calls, tell them that I'm like the best assistant and that you hate to see me leave, but blah, blah, blah. And she's like, I got you all day every day. So I got the job. Yeah. And I remember thinking, I remember, so I had to answer phones. I had to create the marketing stuff for all these comics that were coming in the calendars and everything, and I didn't know what to do. I had to answer phones for the ticket sales in the first comic that I had to work the weekend for was Mitch hedberg. Wow. And Mitch hedberg sold out so quick, but I was just slammed with all these phone calls and I'm like, oh my God, I've never worked a phone with so many lines. You know, it was just one of those things where I'm like, oh my God. I went to like an Office Depot and I bought like this printing software that the kind that moms buy to make calendars and everything. I bought that software I learned how to make calendars out of that software over a weekend and I kind of got through everything. And the longer I stayed at the comedy club, comics would come by and they would tell me that I was funny. But the thing is, is that everyone in my family was funny. That's the thing. It's like the people I grew up with and I don't know if it's specifically like a Latino thing, but in my neighborhood, people were hilarious. We would die just laughing at dumb stuff. And I started doing stand up. Wanda Sykes came in, she was headlining, and she had Keith robeson with him, who he won't remember this. But he told me, you're going to end up doing stand up. And you're going to, I think you're going to do well. And I was like, get out of here. And then months later, I thought, you know what? Let's do it. Let's try it, right? And I remember, at that point, I had moved in with my brother, and I sat down one day, and I started writing a joke. And I was like, let's be specific. Wait, so what do I want to make sure I know a word that we are in this timeline? Because I feel like you know. So you started doing you said, let's try doing stand up. Is the Joker talking about when you're like, let's try doing stand up, what is a joke? Are we now this is the first we're talking about your first time ever doing stand up? Yeah, this is actually, yeah, so I didn't know what to talk about. I took a stand up class at this at the Dallas club because that was the only way that I could get on stage at that club because I was the office person. I wasn't a real comic, and this local comic de Lewis taught the class and I had a graduation show. I did the show and then I thought, I love this. Now I got a right stuff. You know? And I noticed that comics would do a lot of the same topics. And then they would get mad at each other because they're like, you stole my joke. You took my joke. And I'm like, we're talking about the most mundane thing..

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 Alonso homers, drives in 4 as Mets hold off Phillies 8-6

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 6 months ago

Alonso homers, drives in 4 as Mets hold off Phillies 8-6

"Pete Alonso Homer doubled and drove in four runs to lead the mets to an 8 to 6 win over the Phillies Alonzo with 12 homers He leads the mages with 45 RBIs The Met scored three unearned runs all Phil starter and luza Bentley falter in the first inning on their way to a 7 to nothing lead but the Phil scratched back Garrett Stubbs with the three run Homer in a 6 run 6th inning but met reliever is managed to hold the lead for Carlos Carrasco who picked up his 5th win Metz 30 and 17 the films fell to 21 and 25 Mike mancuso New

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Alonso hits 3-run homer, Mets rack up 18 hits to rout Giants

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 6 months ago

Alonso hits 3-run homer, Mets rack up 18 hits to rout Giants

"The mets racked up 18 hits including three home runs to route the Giants 13 to three Pete Alonso was three for 5 with three RBIs Alonzo and Jeff McNeil each with two run homers Mark kenna also went deep Francisco Lindor's double scoring two runs gave him 500 RBIs in his career David Peterson got the wind pitching 6 innings giving up three hits and two runs with 6 strikeouts Here to help the team win you know anyway I can and do my job every 5th day and focus on that Like I said one pitch at a time and help this team win Help us get to our goal The Giants have lost 5 in a row for the second time this season Alex Cobb gave up 6 runs on ten hits and 6 innings Ryan leong San

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After Mets lose Scherzer, Alonso HR in 10th beats Cards 7-6

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 6 months ago

After Mets lose Scherzer, Alonso HR in 10th beats Cards 7-6

"The mets pull down a dramatic 7 to 6 victory over the Cardinals on penal antos two one Homer in the bottom of the tenth inning The cards had taken a 6 5 lead in the top of the tenth when Corey Dickerson scored an Albert Pujols double play grounder But Alonzo with ghost runner Francisco Lindor on second let off with a long blast left thought Giovanni gallegos to give them that's another series win Anytime we can take a series against a really good team it's really special and to be able to walk it off is obviously electric Alonso finished with three RBIs and now leads the majors with 36 Jeff McNeil also drove in three runs for New York Paul Goldschmidt had four RBIs for St. Louis including the one that tied the game in the top of the 9th Tom maryam New York

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Davis hurt, No. 10 Wisconsin misses B10 clinch, Huskers win

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 9 months ago

Davis hurt, No. 10 Wisconsin misses B10 clinch, Huskers win

"Tenth ranked Wisconsin missed a chance to clinch the big ten title outright by falling to Nebraska seventy four seventy three Alonzo verge junior scored Nebraska's last nine points part of a twelve will rally in the final minutes the badgers finished the game with that Johnny Davis who was injured on a flagrant foul early in the second half Brad Davison scored twenty points for Wisconsin which had won five in a row the outcome force Wisconsin to share the league title with Illinois the Illini beat number twenty four Iowa seventy four seventy two was Kofi Carper delivered twenty one points and fourteen rebounds I'm Dave Ferrie

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"alonzo" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast

The Stuttering John Podcast

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"alonzo" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast

"So when you say, you know, you got to believe the science. It's like, no, you don't. You just because, you know, and again, you get to be Internet, right? You go, you go to some of these forums. And now you have millions of people telling you you're right. Bill Gates is tracking you as if Bill Gates gives a shit about you. No, it's like, you know, it's like Alonzo, I was at the pub that I hang out at. And, you know, there's a Trump like at the bar, but he's way on the end, and I'm talking to my democratic friend about he's a school teacher about someone who didn't want to get vaccinated. The Trump are from down line. Well, for people have really died from sitting there. Four people, four people have died from vaccinations, you know? 700,000 died of COVID. But he's this is like just like you're saying it. You know, they don't believe the science. Four people, that's them. That's their rationale to not get vaccinated. Right. Well, certainly, you know, they try to do that with Colin Powell and make common Powell a thing, you know, not realizing like he had other diseases that made him immunocompromised. But but again, the science, the science doesn't matter because they refuse to believe it, right? So how do you, you know, it's like talking to someone who is deeply religious, right? And listen, you can be religious and believe that's your business. But if you're having an argument and then they suddenly say, well, Jesus said, well, I can't argue with you anymore. Because that's your belief. There's no proof of that. That's purely your faith, you know? And you can have your faith, the problem is you're bringing it into a scientific argument. I mean, this is what we're dealing with with abortion, right? This is a huge thing. As far as I'm concerned, men shouldn't even have a voice in abortion until we have babies. You know, until then you shut up with these guys and it's all about control. They want to tell women what to do. And when you talk about the hypocrisy, every one of them, you know, if their little daughter got pregnant, especially if it was Tyrone's kid, yeah, kid would be flying to an abortion clinic in a different from Texas or Mississippi or whatever. They'd be flying to a New York abortion clinic in a New York minute. So it's all bullshit, but the unfortunate part is it works. Yeah, but you know, it is appalling. I mean, it's just a seat. And that's that Greg Abbott dude. Just to see him, you know, just try and take the right of a woman away from them. But then I'm arguing with someone on Twitter today Alonso, and she's a woman and she's a trumper. And I'm going how is that possible? How? How could she be, you know, the Republican Party trying to take away her right to have an abortion and she'll still support this party? I do not get it..

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Mets' Pete Alonso Becomes Second Fastest Player in MLB History to 100 HRs

Boomer & Gio

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Mets' Pete Alonso Becomes Second Fastest Player in MLB History to 100 HRs

"Beat the marlins nine to four pita lonzo having himself a night. One alonso drills one of air deep to left me. This one's going along way. Homerun pete alonzo old clevelander down there on the left field side at low depot. Mark lots out wait long after hitting number one hundred earlier the hits number one one wayne randazzo. Wcbs eighty two home runs for peter lonzo indeed over one hundred now for his career. Mets beat the marlins nine four that cap. The scoring here was alonzo second-fastest to one hundred in his career. I mean I mean again in that list. It's it's truly. It's really special ryan howard. Only the one ahead of

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"alonzo" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy

Mental Health Comedy

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"alonzo" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy

"We have taught each other had hate. That's a tragedy and we've got to reverse it we have to all of. Do i feel like the community is a big when i hear about projects. Like the confess project where they're training barbers how to be mental health advocates. If you have to go to somebody's office or you have to pay a lot of money to get therapy. It's not gonna happen so you really need to install people in everyday life that have some skills and that can help people not feel so alone not feel so crazy. Have some interaction with people who are not in communities where these things are available. What's what's your take on alonzo. Jennifer said that the thing with kids is so true. I mean i had that experience. I was bused to white schools. I joke about it. I was bused to white schools before it was an issue but it absolutely made a difference me growing up around white kids because we knew each other is kids so that sorta whole racism thing. It came later in life. The separation comes later in life and that is why. unfortunately that's why so many parents fight against busing. The they don't want their kids to see the reality. That that black kid that latin kid that asian kid whatever is normal is just like you just another cancer. Parents actually consciously. Don't want it. We're dealing with that now. At critical race theory. It's fascinating to me. How many republicans you know. An in government people are like no we don't want them to have education. We don't want them to have information. It's that's fascinating to me why you wouldn't want your kid to have that as far as having someone to talk to. Who is not an expensive professional. Well let let's jump back to these angry people this they shooters and the the militia people in all that they don't wanna to get better. They they don't want to get better. They don't wanna break out of this. They don't know there's anything to them. They're comfortable with they hold onto it right. They you know. I joke about it. All the time white supremacists aren't lee supreme white people. You'll ever meet right the opposite. Yeah you can't crack that because that's a circle in now it does happen with other races but it happens not so much intentionally as by circumstance. Where where you're in this neighborhood that you can't get out of for financial reasons etc etc so you're also in a bubble unfortunately you know We went through a lot at during the gang era during the big hangar in eighties and nineties where i talked to some of these kids they had a soldier mentality and they were like they didn't plan to live past twenty one twenty two. They expected to get shot and die. That's another that's hard to talk to. That's hard to talk to But that was what they live. That was their reality. My brother got killed. You know by this gang banger. So i gotta kill someone in that gang and gonna kill someone in my life. That was the the way they thought man. I don't you know those kinds of cycles is so hard to to crack and so hard to change.

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"alonzo" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy

Mental Health Comedy

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"alonzo" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy

"Yeah okay well. I wanna bring in our guest. Our guest is terrific host comedian writer and he is a regular on wait. Wait don't tell me where you can hear me and you can hear him every day now on. Kabc l. radio k. a. b. l. dot com anywhere in the world and. He has a daily show monday through friday. Four to seven. That's key that's prime time. And that is mr alonzo boden alonzo. There's a lot of talk about race. There's a lot of talk about mental health. And i say there's a lot of talk about it. I'm not sure anything has changed but there is talk. What's your view on race and how to create a culture of diversity while the there's so much there especially you know with any minority community but particularly to black community. There's so much stress involved just living whether it be the dealing with the police as you. well noted. there's it's been measured. That black people stress increases when a police guard behind him. Because you're not just worried about getting a ticket. You're worried about this. Someone who looks like me do something that i could be arrested for and when i say looks like me listen. I'm six three two fifty a guy. Kevin hart size could commit a crime in. It'd be like Close enough you know. You also have the cultural thing of you. Don't share your problems. You keep your dirty laundry at home. You don't talk to other people about what's going on. There's that there's a societal pressures financial pressures right now. They're trying to take away people's rights to vote. You have all of that right now. The good side is this is probably the first generation the first time in where more and more black people are going to therapy and talking about mental health and dealing with it a lot of athletes and celebrities of talking about it right which opens up doors and makes it a little easier to do so there. There is some progress in it. Then you also have the financial part. It costs money to have a therapist. your insurance may not cover it. You may not have insurance. So how do you go to therapist or a psychologist. Dr whatever that. there's a lot involved in race definitely plays a part and this is a program. I think i may have shared this with you. And i've talked about. They're gonna come on. The show is a program that started a little rock. Arkansas where they are training barbers into mental health advocates. Yeah it's called the confess project and it's all over the country now right because the barbershop is a social gathering place in my community Not for me. I mean. I shaved my head home but you have a head. That's right. are you the kind of person who opens up about those things like how do you. How do you take care of that stuff and see i. You know. I'm thirty three years sober right. I've been in recovery for a long time. So that's where i learned about that. That's where i learned to do that because one of the things one of the big things in recovery. Is you find out. You're not the only one you hear other people talk about it whether it be a mental problem emotional problem obviously to drink using and it makes it easier for you to talk about you..

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"alonzo" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy

Mental Health Comedy

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"alonzo" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy

"Good evening and welcome to the mental. Health comedy podcast. I'm at praznik. I don't know who i am. My partners jennifer kalari is coming up shortly and this is a show where we practice mental health skills. People and entertainment. Comedians writers artists actors authors directors people. From all the world we practice. We talk about mental health. We also practice because mental health is a practice. It's the last time i'm going to say it. But it is such an ongoing thing. And it's such a practice and it starts with awareness being aware of what you think and feel and how you relate to those things not to react to them but how you relate to them and notice how i lift my voice when i say react go. Hi when we go low they go. Hi or when i go hi. They go low something like that on today's show. We have a terrific guests who is a regular wait wait. Don't tell me you can hear him there all the time but you can hear him every day now. Monday through friday four to seven. Pm pacific time on k. b. l. a. radio ktla dot com and that's alonzo boden alonzo's going to join us shortly or talk about a lot of different things issues of the day with him. I wanna talk today. I'm gonna talk to jennifer in just a minute. I'm going to talk about identity theft because my identity has never been working for me so i'm anxious to give it away. We're going to talk about identity. Theft and the stress. That comes from the way we have to protect ourselves. Now it's an odd thing to say. But i just went through something again and it's so amazing. What happens to you because the ultimate in fighter flight when you look at your bank account and half of the money is gone. It's the ultimate these kinds of things that happen to us every day. We all deal with in some way. Now maybe this show be sponsored by lifelock lifelock. If you're listening. Let's lock it up. We'll talk about that now. We always like to welcome people. No matter what emotional state therein so here now are emotional. Shoutouts if you're not worried about identity fraud because.

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Alonso's Tiebreaking Double Sends Mets Past Brewers 4-2

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Alonso's Tiebreaking Double Sends Mets Past Brewers 4-2

"Alonzo laced a two run double off all star Brandon would rest in the seventh inning to push the Mets pastor brewers for two E. three ball excellent today I mean it's just a waiting game we're able to put together a lot of championship babies together and we came out on top but for the for the first six innings I mean what he was yeah I mean he had some really good stuff what if entered the seventh with a one hitter before the Mets won a match up of NL division leaders Michael Conforto provided an RBI single and dom Smith had a sacrifice fly from New York Edwin Diaz pitched out of trouble in the ninth retiring three straight which you want after giving up an RBI single to Tyrone Taylor your starter Tyler McGill gave up a run and two hits over five innings including a Homer by Omar in a vise I'm the ferry

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F1's Austrian Grand Prix Review

The Autosport Podcast

02:09 min | 1 year ago

F1's Austrian Grand Prix Review

"Stopping made it look easy as he crushed red opposition with a win at formula one austrian grand prix ahead of our remorse. Ask amland norris max. Thirty two point lead in the world championship with a third straight victory but his title ribald is how much could only manage for as he battled damage to the rear. His mercedes at the start for stopping was able to clear from fellow front runner landowners who kept sergio perez of behind often safety cau- caused by estimate opened retiring on the restart lap such peres attached norris on the outside at time. Four however perez runway through the gravel which sent him back to ten as the pack rush cost. How much am bought us moved up to third and fourth respectively. The shoe it's would later. Rule lander deserve to five second time penalty announced on the same lap. Hamilton would finally get past the first writing mclaren on lap. Twenty the five second way at the fast round of stops meant that brought us but also get ahead in the pit lane author imagine comfortably in the lead for stopping continued to build his gap at the starts at the second stint which quickly became a considerable advantage as how much began to struggle for reagan as a result of damage sustained to the left. Raritan i'm accepts is of the car. Lewis was being brought in by batas a norris when radio messages indicated mercedes wanted us to stay back from hamilton but mclaren responded by pushing norris close to task however as hamilton struggled with retraction. Mercedes instructed them to invite and bought us. Swept past often is yousef hamilton track. Lewis took another pit stop as he would drop back into position but he couldn't make progress with ten laps to stabbings advantage. Were so great that he had enough time to pit for a second time and the foster slap bonus point target out of sight for the rest behind. Hamilton peres would finish fifth on the track but dropped to sick after penalties for twice forcing charlotte cloud the track. Carla signs was lost. The office waiting until lap forty nine get rid of his hard tires will be allowed pasta plough on track as he had more pace to attack recorded. Who had been running to insects. Ghazni was lead to start running in ninth while fernando alonzo to the final point to deny george russell who had lost several places on the evening lap having started a

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Austrian GP Qualifying Report

The Autosport Podcast

01:25 min | 1 year ago

Austrian GP Qualifying Report

"Qualifying the australian grand prix gave us a show. Ending with max. Stop with yet another pole position and starting alongside him on the front very smart will be none other than landowners. Who had a fantastic session today. Sergio perez loaded into with the mercedes drivers training in fourth and fifth after they were unable to improve in that final key. Three laps as was the case. In last weekend's grand prix the sap inset poll on his first run in the final part of qualifying norris had been second off the opening runs and held onto take his best career. Qualifying spot peres jumped to third with his final lap which bumped hamilton brought us down as neither driver went faster on my second attempt in q. Three they were followed by the alpha. Towery papier as and yuki sonoda with sebastian vessel. Taking eight but he now faces a post qualifying investigation for appearing to impede fernando alonzo at the end of q. To george russell to ca- sensational ninth for williams in his fescue three appearance for the team. Which a call through to the final part of qualifying for the fast time. Since the twenty eighteen italian grand prix russell had anyone attempting kitri but managed to beat launched. Show to ninth place. An impressively managed to qualify on the medium compounds. The ferrari stayed on the medium ties throughout q two but with knocked out by russia's final effort call signs lead charlotte in eleventh while daniel ricardo was unable to find enough time on his final run and ended up that team.

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Styrian Grand Prix Qualifying Report

The Autosport Podcast

02:16 min | 1 year ago

Styrian Grand Prix Qualifying Report

"Qualifying stereo is done on. Match happened has taken pole position at red booze home race. Stop mustafa alongside luis. How much on the front as voucher brought asked who qualified second. We'll take a free place grid penalty for his pit lane spin yesterday got through to three on medium ties with which they start sunday's race at the end of q. Three the san set to lapse that. We're good enough for power. Ever since one point three eight four one from his fast run that clinched it landing fourth ahead of sergio perez with the jira each to be boosted one spot on the grid buck because of protesters penalty. Meanwhile gasoline with his team. At uky snowed at setting the eight fosters time however he will start the race. Eleven after receiving a penalty for impeding batas. Alpine's fernando alonzo took nine ahead of estimates and drive at launch stroke. He made it into q three despite having his final dropping youtube deleted for attract limits infringement by running wide at the final corner the end of you to george russell ended up eleven and just eight milliseconds from of q. Three appearance full williams after a lunch late improvement knocked the britain out call signs junior lost his best time in q two running to wipe out with the panova corner but he would have been behind russell in any case. One of the disappointments for the session was that of daniel carter who was only thirteen in the second mccower and was estimate alcon. He failed to make out of key one amazon seventeenth to as always. I am joined by alex. Kalinowka orcas sports x. one. Alex how are you doing very well. Thanks yes Yeah an interesting qualifying session for the syrian grand prix in keeping rabou. A hates on home turf but i didn't. I'm not sure if i really expected that. Fb three where lewis hamilton. Suddenly back head and you ever stop and go traffic. And you know it was a bit disruptive but you think things are going to be really close again. And then and i max max Breeding away and hamilton left out that his car just wasn't feeding his good. Use a bit surprised nina. Why but yeah just said. Fb three you saw a neat. Thank you three. And he just knew he wasn't up to it so yeah sets up a pretty good race tomorrow because i think the trend has been the reps fostering qualifying On the mercedes fractionally foster in the

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Why Tesla Stock Jumped on Monday

Tesla Daily: Tesla News & Analysis

01:49 min | 1 year ago

Why Tesla Stock Jumped on Monday

"Robin our here today. We're gonna be talking a little bit about tesla stock tests approach with their sensor suite. Plaid delivery timelines. We've got wells fargo. Picking up coverage of tesla stock. Some news on charging and batteries. Nice start to the week. Four tesla's stock today after a relatively quiet news weekend finishing up four point four percent to six hundred and six dollars four cents that compared to the nasdaq up. One point four percent tussle dead tail off a little bit towards the end of the though falling about one percent in the last half an hour well as luck would have it alanis tweeting about bitcoin and does in the last half an hour about eighteen minutes before market close. He tweeted quote spoke with north american. Bitcoin miners they committed to publish current and planned renewable usage and ask miners worldwide to do so potentially promising and quote couple minutes after that he switched over to doj saying quote. If you'd like to help develop those please submit ideas on get hub and read it and quote so inevitably you see that you see out. Great yuan taking the stock again talking about cryptocurrency. Someone already tag me on twitter suggesting this and if you're just casually looking at the stock yes absolutely looks that way but again it is not that simple if we pull up the minute by minute. Chart here tweeted again. Eighteen minutes before close dessel was at about six hundred ten dollars per share at that point in time it had already dropped from six hundred and fourteen before john even tweeted that if we flip over to the nasdaq you can hardly tell the difference there in the last half an hour with how those look the nasdaq trails off there as well and continued to fall in the last eighteen minutes. Just like tesla did in fact tests actually dropped more in the ten minutes before ilan's tweet actually more than two times as much of a drop their as it did ten minutes after tweeden about cryptocurrency even though the nasdaq performed worse in that second block of ten minutes after alonzo tweet so just like before. Yes tempting to throw that in as the narrative you see the stock falling right when you on tweets. But it's just not that simple and this instance is definitely not evidence of that being the case

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Monaco GP Qualifying Report

The Autosport Podcast

02:14 min | 1 year ago

Monaco GP Qualifying Report

"And incredibly close qualifying session in. Monaco comes to an end with charlotte taking pole position and finishing his session in the wall. We knew that we were in for tight battle. After the ferraris top times. Fb to and today. We had a grouping qualifying session. This will seven different teams making indicate. Three charlotte took provisional pole after his fast with a one minute. Ten point three four six around two tenths ahead of max. V sapin without us and call signs behind as the drivers attempts to improve times in the final moments of key. Three shaw made contact with barry at the second part of the swimming pool breaking his front suspension and then ending in the barrio on the exit. The crash brought out the red flags stopping the session and putting a stop to any potential improvements. His closest rival was max and vow chery as a result show held onto the pole position as long as his gearbox does not need replacing which would penalties he was stopped p one tamar alongside max without serie and such a perez lining up on the second row land norris. Npr gasoline by in strong performances in key three managing p five m p six respectively with londonorce zero point two seven four seconds of poll. You may notice. I've not mentioned the current championship lead just yet and that is because it wasn't such a strong day for lewis hamilton who was struggling throughout the session unable to put together quick enough to be in. I shelter poll and instead off to suffering a front left lock up. Interest was three quarters of a second off of showers is time and he was stopped. P. seven tomorrow vegetables stocks. Pa with the second. Red blue sapphire peres p. Nine who run into traffic on his run on the top ten is rounded off tannoudji of nazi insecure. Three for the fast time this season we lost esteban alcon. Donald ricardo launch stroh. Kimera can and george russell in key to on especially disappointing day. Daniel ricardo who have coolest is a race went ahead and absolutely loves driving this track in q. On all of the monarchy's knocked plus robert surprising late financial alonzo. Who will stop p seventy tomorrow. Right behind yuki sonoda nickless. He feet was fortunate enough to have his cover pat in time for qualifying offer his pay three crash and he'll be starting ahead of nikki. Massive pin

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Dogecoin Is Pass, but Student Notes Are Big Business

Equity

01:04 min | 1 year ago

Dogecoin Is Pass, but Student Notes Are Big Business

"This weekend elon. Musk failed to help doj points value after it fell sharply down his appearance on the snl program doj has since recovered some but the traders who were hoping for a free set of gains certainly got the opposite as far as the s. and l. at go cz. Do you need to watch it. The answer is no. I watch me last night and as long as it turns out does have many talents. Comedy is not one of them and that certainly showed up during the program the weekend update crew dig a couple of jokes and kind of alonzo. Expensive i was topical funny but the rest of it was pretty blah in by the doj coin is now there's a new thing other college shiba inu coin get another dog themed cryptocurrency and it is shooting much much much higher over the last day or so the reason for this is pretty clear if cryptos some of them are going to be stores of value instead of currencies or development platforms matters really is how much other folks value them and apparently there are a lot of people out there willing to wager that there are more folks like them willing to wager even more and thus she acquaint goes to the moon. There's an economic theory about all that it turns out

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459: Spanish GP Qualifying Report

The Autosport Podcast

01:36 min | 1 year ago

459: Spanish GP Qualifying Report

"Qualifying day in spain. And it's an absolutely incredible one hundred pole position for lewis hamilton. An amazing achievement finance another pole position for mercedes. You have grabbed po at this track. Every essence twenty thirteen newest will be joined on the front row by max stopped with three hundred between them whilst battery blocked us and charlotte lock will be lining up behind on the second bar. We didn't see top three improving on their final runs with how much actually don't want at the exit with an ultimate corn by didn't matter as neither the stop an off as managed to improve that times either charlotte did manage to set personal bests in his final lap with alpine of estevan splitting ferraris. M p five and call signs behind impe six daniel. Ricardo bounced back from last weekend's qualifying finishing seven fastest beating saggio perez. Who spun at tom fatty on his last. Run and ricardo also out qualified teammate. Landau norris who came in p. nine. The top ten was rounded out with finanza alonzo and notable absence from keith rate was gasoline who despite looking quick in key. One was eliminated in q two for the first time in twenty twenty one and he will line up p twelve tamara in-between the aston martins launch. Tro and sebastian vessel antonio g. of nazi came. Mp fourteen ahead of mr saturday. George russell mp fifteen who again managed to make out key one and in doing so we saw. The elimination of yuki sonoda was quite the surprise about quite straighted team radio. Finally we had kimmy ryan. Mp seventeen ahead of schumacher nicholas fiamme nikita miles

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"alonzo" Discussed on Tipsy Tales

Tipsy Tales

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"alonzo" Discussed on Tipsy Tales

"A this letter was so hurtful. Throw me yeah. It was actually. The family. Basically received a letter saying that they were closing the case because there was nothing to prove fell play which is totally s c. Anyways see see. See all right anyways. That was two thousand and four the unsolved mysteries episode aired july. First of two thousand and twenty. They received a ton of tips right away on their hotline which they passed on. But i guess the fbi because like the whole year previously when they were investigating for the unsolved mysteries thingy the fbi decided to open up the case again so probably because of the unsolved mysteries be was like all right. We're opening this. Wish probably do that. And they offered one hundred thousand dollar reward for anyone with an with information. They received permission from the family to exhume. His body on july twenty first of last year so his body was transferred ported to dover air force base for examination by the armed forces medical examiner after it was exumed. And this is this originally happened. Seventeen years ago In two thousand and four. And i'm thinking saying what are they gonna find. Things have progressed. Oh scientifically so face which makes me think like the whole jon benet ramsey if they yes if they would just yeah All right to the face face see the soft tissues on his face was on his neck. Actually all right anyways but they haven't released anything about this autopsy that they did. Okay okay so. I mentioned new information. That just came out this week. Actually at the beginning of the week I think it was a fifth. The fbi is friend. Okay that's creepy. I just got chills. I head just got really thick. Did it yeah. It was weird. Arcade the fbi is kansas city. Field office said in a news. Release on monday. That a new autopsy of mr brooks body revealed that his cause of death was homicide so the family knew it all along. Yeah they do. It's common sense. Why well we knew. That alonzo brooks died under very suspicious. Circumstances destined slinger the acting united states. Attorney for the district of kansas said in the fbi news released this new examination by a team of the world's best forensic pathologists and experts establishes. It was no accident. Alonzo brooks was killed. We are going to do everything we can..

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"alonzo" Discussed on Tipsy Tales

Tipsy Tales

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"alonzo" Discussed on Tipsy Tales

"He won't let anything happen to us and he was the threat hedonists roommate. That's laurie yeah. Who thought you never know. You never know where the threats coming from okay. So there's a lot of online chatter about justin and some of it. I think is deserved and some of it. According to him in an article in the daily mail Which was one of my sources. He felt that unsolved mysteries left out a lot of his side of the story which he felt portrayed him in a bad light and made. It seem like he changed story. So i'm going to fill in the blanks here. According to the article suggestion leaves to get cigarettes takes a right instead of left ends up on a dirt road. This is according to what he stay. Portrayed on netflix Ends up about forty minutes north of worry supposed to be. And that's what's on the show. He calls his friend. Adam who is also still at the party and tells him he isn't going to make it back and asks if he can make sure to give alonzo right home. So this is adam character. The mysterious adam. Who eventually is the one that leaves them there at. But he's not the one that got him there so at the time of the phone call. Everything sounds good. He can hear lonzo in the background. Talking shit so in the mail article and even his Alonzo's mother mentioned that she feels like justin story has changed too many times and alonzo's best friend from topeka also counters as well saying that he never said anything about being lost but that his car had broke down on the side of the road. Justin says both are true. Got that it was always part of the story. He did get lost and his car broke down as well. Justin has been the target of death threats since they ran the episode. So i'm definitely trying to give both sides of the story here just saying so. Here's a quote from the daily mail. Article says his car breaking down always been part of it as well as him getting loss. It's what he told the cops and the f. b. i. Repeatedly down through the years. It's on the original police. Report the version netflix's very misleading. And he gets why people think it doesn't make much sense so he said part of a story got cut out. The truth is just wasn't even alone in his car that night when he left and his story is backed up by the surveillance cameras and phone records. I'm already feeling every now. According to the source sprung did leave the party to go to get cigarettes but he did so with another friend. He was eighteen years old. Drunken high got loss plowed their car into a ditch and abandoned of returning that night. Sprague had just enlisted and feared a dui end his army career before began also on the daily mail dot com has been okay daily mail dot.

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"alonzo" Discussed on Tipsy Tales

Tipsy Tales

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"alonzo" Discussed on Tipsy Tales

"He didn't know that there was an altercation earlier in the night so he didn't know there was already bad blood happening but it sounds like he kind of knew that there was some kind of some racial undertones going on. So i don't know at some point. He runs out of cigarettes. He goes you know what no i. Okay just. i'm not gonna say it again. just go. I'm not confusing this story. It's the same story if there. I definitely saw this and and this is why i i knew the story but i didn't realize assad on unsolved mysteries. Okay all right so yeah. He runs out of cigarettes. He goes to see if he can get off of alonzo. Alonzo said he's running out so then justin's like i'm gonna head out and get some cigarettes will be back in la and lonzo says. Give me some while you're out there. Hey right so. He thinks his friends coming back. Just in has the intentions of coming back. At least that's what he says. And that was that. Never leave your buddy behind. This is like a nightmare of mine as a parent. I would always tell allie with her friends. And like stay in teams like you. If there's two of you one has cut back them. You go and watch your friends drinks when their backs are turned. I totally different for girls like a little bit of it. Always say you cover. Keep your hand. Or napkin of your drink and never concede carlos frat parties and unlike never that that boys get your drink. You always get your own business scary world out there. It is so anyways. Yeah i mean what. What was the first thing you did when your kids came. He's twenty three at this point but they never stopped being your babies and he was he was. He was her baby out of five kids and he was living at home. You know what i mean so imagine like i just think of any time even when they first started going ow and they're at that age already. You can't really stop them. All you can do is just pray and you know like you offer them advice. Impre right when you have a newborn. It's hard to sleep and you're worried. No the worrying doesn't start young until they get older. And then you don't have any control right. You're just like i have to pray right. I just have to you. Don't have any control. You don't have any peace and their kids you have control but once they're in college or you know eighteen and it's like an all you can do is like you give them advice and you teach them and then he hoped they take that advice out into the world but you can't control completely what their actions and reactions are going to be in. You cannot control the other people the x. factors that are out there. I mean i remember. I did some things. I didn't have much guidance. And thank god spirit. But i still got myself into some things that i'm pretty lucky that nothing horrible happened. I'm going to say same pretty lucky 'cause there were times it got real pretty hairy could have been really dangerous. Yeah i have some pretty hairy memories. People that i thought i could trust like one was with one of my sister's friends i went. I was drunk and we were walking back to my house but my house was far so we stopped at this person's house and he was older and i thought it was my sister's boyfriend's best friend and i'm like oh we could trust him..

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"alonzo" Discussed on Tipsy Tales

Tipsy Tales

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"alonzo" Discussed on Tipsy Tales

"Down there because they're basically from the suburbs and gardner and they describe most of those There to be tight knit group of what they describe as cowboys. I mean can figure that part out break. I don't know why. But the town in footloose comes to my visualizing the whole the whole setup and then when he dances through that whole thing. That's hilarious the same this all. That's funny so the friends described theirselves. As i don't see color garden variety kind of people but apparently the people in this town do see color and the n. Word definitely was hurt and relations alonzo that night. Just go say something. And there was an altercation that daniel witnessed and apparently broke up Where alonzo and one of the other party goers was they were squared up to each other and Race was apparently a factor if not the reason it was a factor because the n. word was around turnaround. And what's really weird to me now. Going back i read a bunch of the reds and the people commenting it on all the on light stuff going back and watching it. Because i watched it and i was like you know but going back and watching it and i'm talking about well. He was having a good time. They didn't seem like anything was wrong. You left him in a place where there were racists. I that you know that there was an altercation even if he kind of went on with the night like i don't know so i definitely have a feeling about happen. That's why i think. I'm getting it with another similar incident happened in a in that same kinda area that these guys adventures with purpose may have not been that case but it could have been because it was the same thing he went with a group of people they left him and he was on his own in a very prejudiced house And then and then across the way was a drug house. Oh no they're yeah. It wasn't this. This was like literally. It was the only place within this area right here..

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Episode 77 The Death of Alonzo Brooks and The Haunted Island of Poveglia - burst 02

Tipsy Tales

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Episode 77 The Death of Alonzo Brooks and The Haunted Island of Poveglia - burst 02

"Not their normal crowd. They're being the group of friends that went down there because they're basically from the suburbs and gardner and they describe most of those There to be tight knit group of what they describe as cowboys. I mean can figure that part out break. I don't know why. But the town in footloose comes to my visualizing the whole the whole setup and then when he dances through that whole thing. That's hilarious the same this all. That's funny so the friends described theirselves. As i don't see color garden variety kind of people but apparently the people in this town do see color and the n. Word definitely was hurt and relations alonzo that night.

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