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Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccine is safe and effective, FDA analysis finds
"Vaccine. Assumes against final approval from the FDA. Dr. Anthony Fauci says people shouldn't wait for more effective vaccine if the Johnson and Johnson shot is available when the vaccine becomes available. Take it. I mean a vaccine when the vaccine gets by the FDA in an emergency use organization and then ultimately, hopefully in a in an actual full approval. Take the vaccine. White House covered coordinator Jeff Science expects 3 to 4 Million new doses to be available. Pennsylvania man charged in a capital riot learned the hard way the
Fauci urges Americans to take whatever vaccine is available
"A third vaccine is likely to soon join the covert nineteen fight but the nation's top infectious disease expert is urging Americans not to be picky Dr Anthony Fauci knows people look at vaccine studies and compare effectiveness seventy two percent versus ninety five percent and so on they may then decide well just wait for the next more effective one that I think is not a good idea algae on NBC news today show saying people should be confident in any vaccine the FDA approves for emergency use when the vaccine becomes available take it Johnson and Johnson's vaccine will take its turn before the FDA's independent advisers tomorrow and felt she's looking forward to with joining the dharna and Pfizer vaccines already in use they have to it's fine to have three is absolutely better soccer mag ani Washington
Biden’s controversial decision to reopen temporary shelters for migrant children
"With its long term facilities for immigrant children nearly full the binds an administration is working to expedite the release of children to their relatives in the us. Health and human services on wednesday authorized operators have long term facilities to pay for some of the children's flights and transportation to the homes of their sponsors under the agency's current guidelines. Sponsors can be charged for those flights and required to pay before the government will release children even if the sponsors have been vetted by the government. Those costs can sometimes exceed a thousand dollars per child. An internal memo sent on wednesday authorizes facility operators to use government funding transport fees in the event that a sponsor is not able to pay fees associated with commercial airfare and a child's physical release would otherwise be delayed. Hhs has drastically cut. Its capacity due to the coronavirus pandemic nearly all of the department seven thousand one hundred beds for immigrant. Children are full. Meanwhile border patrol agents apprehending an average of more than two hundred children crossing the border without a parent per day. Most border patrol facilities onto quip for long term detention with children forced to sleep on mats in cells where the lights stay on a round. The clock to take children from the border patrol. Hhs reopened a surge facility at carrizo springs in texas. That can hold up to seven hundred teenagers and may soon reopen another side at homestead florida while they have beds classrooms and dining areas. Such facilities cost an estimated seven hundred and seventy five dollars per child per day and not subject to the same licensing requirements as regular facilities
NIH launches research on COVID-19 long-haulers
"Institutes of Health is launching research into the long term effects of some covert 19 patients. Dr. Anthony Fauci says Some recent studies have shown up to 30% of recovering covered patients report symptoms that can last for months and can range from mild, annoying to actually quite incapacitating. It's referred to as long haul covert 19 and symptoms include lingering brain fog, breathing problems and depression. Fauci says new NIH research is being launched to understand the causes and consequences.
Thousands In Texas Still Don't Have Power As Lawmakers Investigate ERCOT
"Last week's mass power failure continues, and so does the political fall out. Have been resignations from the body that oversees the grid and lawmakers open their investigations tomorrow. Joining us now is Dominic Anthony Walsh of Texas. Public Radio. Hi there. Hi. First. How's the recovery going? How are people doing? So the majority of the state does have power and water back. But there are still thousands of residents, especially in the Texas Hill country, for example, who don't have power and their electric provider isn't sure when the power will be back. So for thousands of people of this crisis has stretched on for more than a week. And you know bodies are still being found. Local officials are saying it will be weeks till we know the full number of people who died in this disaster, but it's already in the dozens and is expected to climb to well over 100. And these are people who couldn't power medical equipment people who froze to death in their homes or in their cars, as well as people without housing, who froze to death outdoors, experiencing the worst of the conditions. Wow. So in the face of that staggering death toll, the hearings begin tomorrow and the actions of ERCOT, the body that manages the Texas grid are likely to be front and center. What do you expect to come up? Is gonna be a lot. But one key question. Why wasn't the power grid ready? But ERCOT, which again is at the center of all this doesn't actually own the physical infrastructure that provides power. Rather Okay, just oversees the flow of electricity. Here's Peter Crampton, now former member of their cots board. He spoke at his final board meeting earlier today. Cutlets flying a 7 47. It had not one but two engines experience catastrophic failure. And flew the damage playing for 103 hours before safely landing in the Hudson. In my mind the men and women in their car control room here out. So in this analogy, those engines that blew up could be power generating units owned by public and private power companies, not ERCOT again. Haircuts rule was to do an emergency landing. That's the order of so called Syria's of controlled blackouts. So that and even worse crash when it happened like the entire grid going off line, which, according to Urquhart, could take a weeks or months to repair. So far, Kat is likely to argue that they were just doing the best they could with a bad situation. Are there other places Lawmakers might look to hold people accountable. Absolutely. First, there is the Public Utility Commission of Texas. It oversees our cod and has a three member board appointed by Governor Greg Abbott. Second, there's the railroad Commission, which actually oversees the natural gas sector, not railroads and the natural gas sector failed to provide enough power during this crisis. Those two agencies, the Public Utility Commission and the railroad Commission have regulatory power. ERCOT does not. And of course, there is the state Legislature itself, which actually makes the laws that these agencies are supposed to enforce. One proposal mandate that all plants whether as against cold weather, and there's a debate around that who pays for the weatherization taxpayers or the company's And finally, people are already resigning. Tell us about why So Peter, cramped in who we heard earlier, along with a few other board members resigned after taking heat that because they didn't live in the state now did them living out of the state caused these blackouts. No, but Governor Greg Abbott was quick to welcome The news. In the short term market officials will face hearing from the state Legislature tomorrow, and there will be tough questions for them. But again, Ultimately there are other bodies that hold most of the power is actually mandate changes after all of this.
Fauci says NIH to study ‘long-haul’ COVID-19 symptoms
"Dr Anthony Fauci says the NIH is going to make some progress on what it calls long haul covert survivors. I'm happy to say And yesterday there was the first in what will be a Syriza's of research opportunity. Announcements released for NIH initiative on this puzzling syndrome, where now the central apparently is some form of chronic condition. That was not had before Covert. But that just hangs and hangs on
"anthony you" Discussed on How I Found My Voice
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[TEST] COVID recovery should include climate solutions, researcher says
"Dr anthony leiserowitz and this is climate connections. The covid nineteen pandemic has changed the world and the work of rebuilding will take more than a vaccine. There's going to have to be an economic recovery from covert you know. There's been a worldwide economic recession. That's robert dubrow of the yale center. Climate change and health. He says his country's rebuild they have an opportunity to accelerate the transition to clean renewable energy. And that would help solve another public health crisis. Climate change warmer temperatures will increase deadly heat waves food. Shortages natural disasters and disease and burning fossil fuels creates toxic. Air pollution that harms people's lungs and can cause heart disease apart from the climate change benefits of reducing greenhouse gas emissions really tremendous public health benefits. That are more immediate so do bro recommends that has countries past their covid recovery packages. They prioritize climate solutions such as clean energy and green transit. We could make a tremendous kind of down payment on the transition that we need to renewable energy if we're going to avoid catastrophic climate change and therefore catastrophic public health consequences climate connections is produced by the for environmental communication to hear more stories like this visit climate connections dot org.
Supreme Court won't halt turnover of Trumps tax records
"Hope and one vaccine dose gives high protection from severe covid. It's tuesday february twenty three. I'm anthony davis in a significant defeat for former president. donald trump. The supreme court on monday declined to step into halt the turnover of his tax records to new york state prosecutor. The courts action is the apparent culmination of a lengthy legal battle that had already reached the high court once before trump's tax records not supposed to become public part prosecutor's criminal investigation but the high court's is a blow to trump because he's fought on so many fronts to keep his tax records shielded from view the ongoing investigation. The records apart of could also become an issue for trump in his life after the presidency. The supreme court waited months to act in the case the last of the written briefs of the case was filed on october nineteen but a chord that includes three trump appointees waited through the election. Trump's challenge to his defeat and a month after trump left office before issuing its order. The court offered no explanation for the delay and the legal issue before the justices did not involve whether trump was due any special deference. Because he was president. The court order is a win manhattan district attorney cyrus vance junior who's been seeking trump's tax records since two thousand and nineteen as part of an investigation vans had subpoenaed the records from the missouri's accounting firm that has long done work for trump and his businesses. Donald trump reported making more than one point six billion dollars in outside revenue and income during his four
Remembering the lives lost to coronavirus
"No country in the world has suffered as many coronavirus deaths as the United States. And as we mark the devastating milestone 500,000 people lost to the disease. There's people behind the numbers. I mean, Our mom is behind that number. And it's really sad. Wendy Jensen, remembering her mom, Carol Ray stories of the loss and life echoing around the country, baby See Stevo since Tommy Francesca McCall is a single mother and Birmingham, Alabama, who was raising seven Children of her own this time last year in the fall of the Corona virus, took the lives of her younger sister and her sister's husband, who themselves were the parents of five Children. Guess who's raising all 12 of those kids? Now? Dr Anthony Fauci is saying We've done worse than most any other country, but he wants a new approach. Out rather than looking back and saying, What the heck happened here? Just saying now, let's just go forward and be completely committed as a unified country for what it's worth. Carrie Preston ABC
US coronavirus death toll reaches milestone of 500,000
"Ryan Douglas. The United States has just reached a grim marker. 500,000 coronavirus deaths. It is yet another tragic milestone. Covert 19 deaths in the U. S are more than double the country with the second highest death toll. Brazil's is a horrible And Mark, Dr Anthony Fauci says a year ago it was hoped the number of deaths would be much lower back in the late winter and early spring of 2020. When we gave the modeling number of 240,000 people thought that we were being hyperbolic. Clearly, that was not the case. And even though U. S death rates are now falling, thousands of additional Americans will fall victim
Wolves fire Saunders, hire Finch as new coach
"We've got a head coaching change in the nba. The timber wolves have fired head coach. Saunders but i. I had a game to play brian. Sanders was coaching against the guy. He replaced tom sibito of the new york knicks. Having a great season there is game. Went down to the wire. Karl anthony towns had shot in the post to try and take the lead with thirty seconds left over his former teammate. Taj gibson but it rimmed out on a rim in madison square garden. Where the ball. Just capterra women out on sunday and that was ryan saunders. Final quarter as head. Coach of the minnesota timberwolves took over for his late father. Flip saunders in twenty nineteen thirty four year old had a string of injuries to deal with and played many many close games and the timber wolves already have saunders replacement chris finch who was a raptors assistant coach. This season has been given a multi year deal by the minnesota timberwolves to coach them full time. It's a rare move to pluck an assistant from another team. Mid season to take over job just doesn't happen very often. Usually the team that fires a head coach just moves their assistant over for a while at the very least when the full job search can be done until the full job search can be done in the off season but they had been looking at chris finch for a long time in fact he interviewed in twenty nineteen when ryan saunders was eventually given the job and finch like his good friend raptors head coach. Nick nurse coached abroad for a longtime uk. Germany and belgium then moved to the g. league and then was assistant in the nba for a decade. And he's an offensive specialist who worked with james harden in zion. Now he'll have the chance to work with karl. Anthony towns anthony edwards.
"anthony you" Discussed on The Woj Pod
"The end you said the last mizdow was the last name right at the end we want to is the end of we. Want miles gov. That was the deal if you got. Miles gov was the deal. Breaker in new york trade. While monica was in the deal and and you went to new york and in you look back and we see players going through this all the time we see. We saw james harden involved. We see in other sports. Now the shawn watson in houston and the nfl. And i think it's one of the most difficult things for a player. 'cause if you want a trade and you're pushing organization to do it and like you said the time it was starting to go in another direction. You're in your prime. You're seeing your peers. Miami like those guys they put that together. You go okay. I've gotta get somewhere where i can compete with that. And if you're going to just be. And i know you were like a real professional that year in denver and you're frustrated at times and you guys were talking through it a lot but it is not always rewarded to go in and just be. I'm gonna make life absolutely easy for you. Guys will then the incentive to trade you there is less right like that's the catch twenty two but if you do the things you need to do to push that you become the villain. I totally agree with you on that. I never wanted to be a never wanted the narrative to be mellow forces way out of denver. I mean it ended up being a narrative anyway. But that wasn't that wasn't never that wasn't never the case. I've never said i'm not showing up. Trae me i'm not gonna come around on. You know it was. It was real conversations that i've had with maasai in josh karki prior to that season If we if we figured that out we figured it out. If not then. I'm still i'm here like i'm gonna be on just letting you guys know. I'm not going to deal with the media. Circus that's gonna come along with this. I'm gonna say at one time one time only. I'm not going to answer this question anymore. And at that moment. When i knew i had to go to media day in denver like okay. I'm going to be here. Let me lock in on basketball. Let me lock in implant basketball. Don't even worry about all the other stuff. It will it play itself out. But the one thing i didn't want to do was frat was fractured. Locker i didn't wanna i didn't wanna do. I didn't wanna be outed. The the snobby star who just come in and do whatever he wants. I still there early. I still was dead. Late still was performing at a high at a high level that year. I still was you know. Make sure every everybody was good. Like i just had that only i just wanted to prove that to everybody like no matter what is happening on outside. I'm still won't be professor. Still come to work every single day. Mellow you're gonna go into the hall of fame someday in the nba. You know the baseball hall of fame like players got to pick the hat of the team. They're going to wear in right like there's always players who played in different places and they go where my like. I always remember that the nba. They don't you just go into it. They don't put like you don't have a jersey on your bust but thinking about it now if this was baseball and you had to put a hat on the nuggets the knicks all right. The thunder rock. It's probably not a rocket or a thunder hat but we know it's really two teams. It's two places. Wha what would it be for you. That's a tough question. And i'll say that that's a tough question As a tough way to look at it. Because what. I what i've done in denver the seven a half years on in what i've traded in denver Now that look back. It was special right to comment to oganization to a city just drain drain to everything like it was know democat arado at nineteen years old. You know come to Who previously before one eighteen games before that they have just been. It's been losing organization and to come in to create a culture. Not just on the court off the court in that city you know from changing the colors of the uniform right to just nightlife in in in in denver to people wanting to spend time in actually in denver and looking forward to coming to games in denver. Like that was more exciting to me. Like look on courtside like sosa was here like what they don't in denver is like back. That was the culture that i was happy that i was part of. I will always say dealt with always be kinda topnotch when when it comes to that and top on my list and then new york was something totally different like new york was just came there right before my product like i wasn't even i feel like i was in my prime. At that point. I was just hit my prime at that point time coming into a city. energy help in helping energize a city coming play with another star player like marched dot. My he already had it rolling in new york prides the to got there so i had to accept that fact as well and i wanted to bring him along with me but just being in new york that energy it heightens. It was time tom. Damages being able to participate in play in in the garden like that's a different experience I don't think people understand that unless they have had that experience. What that does you know. And so new york will always be at. I think i will always be now because of the times and degeneration now more omay no me more from being new york as opposed to denver solid private. Say new york at this point. Yeah well listen. There's a lot more basketball ahead for you. Mellow this blazer team is. I think one of these stories of the season in your part appreciate you taking the time out and we'll catch up soon as low. Appreciate your thank you. Thanks for listening to this episode of the woge pod. Big thank you to our guests. Nba great carmelo. Anthony of the portland trailblazers before to listen to new and archived episodes of the woods. Pod were ever you get your pods. Also don't forget to check out the low post. With zach lowe the hoop collected with brian wind. Hearst and baseball tonight with buster only be on the lookout project. Pass all season long.
US coronavirus death toll approaches milestone of 500,000
"The U. S. is on the verge of another green coated nineteen mile stone in the next day or so the nation will have lost five hundred thousand people to the corona virus almost unbelievable but it's true on NBC's meet the press Dr Anthony felt she called it stunning all the sorrow of the heart call the president Biden warned Friday the nation remains in the pandemic's teeth even as the U. S. stands on the brink of a vaccine delivery breakout flies around the door and are ramping up production and a third vaccines expected to become available in coming weeks the issue then it won't be availability it'll be the act of actually injecting the vaccines and the by the administration's moving to boost the numbers of vaccinators and sites Sager mag ani Washington
US coronavirus death toll approaches a half million milestone
"I'm anthony davis the. Us stood on sunday. The brink of a once unthinkable tally. Five hundred thousand people lost to the corona virus a year into the pandemic the running total of lives lost was about four hundred ninety eight thousand roughly the population of kansas city missouri and just shy the size of atlanta the figure compiled by johns hopkins university surpasses the number of people who died in two thousand nine hundred nineteen of chronic lower respiratory diseases stroke outsiders flu and new monja combined. It's nothing like we've ever been through in the last one hundred and two years since the nineteen eighteen influenza pandemic the nation's top infectious disease expert. Antony found. She said the. Us virus death toll reached four hundred thousand on january nineteenth in the waning hours of president. Donald trump's office who's handling of the crisis was judged by public health experts to be a singular failure. The first known deaths from the virus in the us happened in early february. Twenty twenty both of them in santa clara county california. Meanwhile the ambitious claim of the incoming president a hundred million vaccination shots in one hundred days is close to being realized one month into his presidency. Joe biden is on a glide path to attain that goal and pitching well beyond it to the far more ambitious and
U.S. reaches 500,000 deaths from the coronavirus
"The U. S death toll from the virus topped 6500 today, half a million deaths. It's just it's terrible. Dr. Anthony Fauci, president Biden's chief medical advisor on NBC's meet, the press, told so far is roughly the size of the population of Kansas City, Missouri. Or just shy of Atlantis. Almost unbelievable, but it's true if this is a devastating pandemic. The numbers compiled by Johns Hopkins University have been trending downward, but found she tells me the press. Nobody should be thinking we're out of the woods were not because the baseline of daily infections is still very, very high. It's not that 300 to 400,000 that we had some time ago. We want to get that baseline really, really, really low before we start thinking that we're out of the
US coronavirus death toll approaches milestone of 500,000
"The U. S. stands at the brink of a once unthinkable tally five hundred thousand people lost to the corona virus the half a million deaths it's just it's it's terrible Dr Anthony Fauci president Biden's chief medical advisor on NBC's meet the press the toll so far is roughly the size of the population of Kansas city Missouri we're just shy of Atlantis almost unbelievable but it's true it's this is a devastating pandemic the numbers compiled by Johns Hopkins University have been trending downward but found she tells meet the press nobody should be thinking we're out of the woods we're not because the baseline of daily infections is still very very high it's not that three hundred to four hundred thousand that we had some time ago but we want to get that baseline really really really low before we start thinking that we're out of the woods and Thomas Washington
Los Angeles Lakers Scorched By Miami Heat
"Lakers do lose to the Miami Heat. Oh Alex Caruso had a chance to tie it up at the buzzer, but misses the shot was not an easy shot by came up just short gruesome misses and the Lakers do fall to the Miami Heat LeBron. James had a bit off of an off night and we have to remember of course Dennis Shooters still out and not going to miss two more games. They are really struggling to get offense going without him. And of course Anthony Davis out as well and he'll be out for at least the next four weeks or so, which will take him out all the way through a little bit past the old star breaks up the Lakers clearly struggling clearly undermanned and we got a lot to talk about because there's some rumors popping up about what the Lakers might do about it and some people that they dead Try to bring in so a lot to break down joining me tonight. We've got Chris the Masterpiece Masters Chris. How you doing, man? I'm okay disappointing disappointing loss. It was it was a weird game. I know we're going to get into all of it. But you know, there's the world we live in when you don't have off Anthony Davis and then to a compound things you don't have demonstrated or who plays a big role for our team. So 12 plus tonight. Yeah, let's get on here. I think that the schruder think really is it's a big deal. It really is. It's a big deal to not have him out there because of what he brings in terms of the skill set his ability to get into the paint his ability to run the offense. You can just see it when LeBron is not on the floor. I mean, you're you're you're hanging on the edge of the cliff and you're just praying that your drink it doesn't give out and you just tumble over the edge. That's what they're doing right now when LeBron's not on the floor, it's like it's like Frank Vogel is just constantly watching the clock one. Can I put it back in yet? Can I put them back in yet? Because any minute that LeBron is not on the floor the Lakers offense looks dead. Lately lost because they don't have anybody that can really be a threat off the dribble. They can get into the paint and do anything from there. And and so it's a bit of a mess. They're just trying to hold on for dear life reminds me a little of the Lakers bench Squad last year except right now. You don't have Anthony Davis to help claw you back into games either. So it's that's certainly a challenge and Dennis Schroder is going to miss two thousand more games. No, he did test negative for covid-19 will do to contact tracing he is out for two more games. So this is going to be a couple more games where the Lakers have to grind it out without some really key pieces here.
Biden declares major disaster in Texas as federal aid flows.
"I'm anthony davis a month into the job and focused on the corona virus. Joe biden is seeing his disaster management skills tested after winter storms plunged texas oklahoma and neighboring states into an unusual deep-freeze that left millions shivering in homes that lost heat and power and in many homes water at least sixty nine deaths across the. Us have been blamed on the blast of unseasonable weather. The white house announced on saturday that the president had declared a major disaster in texas and he had asked for federal agencies to identify additional resources to address. The suffering biden came into office january twentieth promising to tackle a series of brewing crises. Starting with the corona virus pandemic and it's ripple effects on the economy. He tacked on systemic racism and climate change as top priorities and now. he's contending with storms. That have not only imperilled americans but also delayed shipment and administration of millions of doses of corona virus. Vaccines biden said on friday that he hopes to travel to texas next week but doesn't want his presence in the accompanying presidential entourage to distract from the recovery biden who offered himself during the campaign as the experienced and empathetic candidate. The nation needed at this moment in time is working on several fronts to address the situation and to avoid repeating the
Some Vaccines Effective After One Dose, Can Be Stored in Normal Freezers
"Vaccine can be stored in normal freezers instead of those ultra cold ones. That vaccine also generates robust immunity after just one dose, according to new research out of Israel. But Dr Anthony Fauci is pushing back on that research, saying one dose of either the Fizer or Madonna vaccine is not good enough, even though you can get a fair degree. Of quote protection after a single dose. It clearly is not durable. We know that the durability is not as much as the durability that you would get. With the boost how she says the one dose approach could backfire, giving people only fleeting protection and maybe even leading to more resistant mutations of the Corona virus. He says They plan to stick with the scientific evidence that both Fizer and Madonna vaccines should require two shots. Meanwhile,
"anthony you" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"This is a serious program. We're talking about environmental issues with albans. Twin brother tony say. Dr anthony j sadar to use his book name. So anthony j sadar You just said that it's easier to train a chemical engineer to communicate well than it is to train a communicator. To be chemical engineer is yes. And i think that's the key and what our approaches because i said both night primary author on the second edition susan's forty and we both come from a technical background and we kind of learned. The communication aspects from parthenon excess. I mentioned before we release you know contentious public meetings and so we approach a communication issue from training of people that are in the industry. And you know like plant managers and such who Three indicate their industry and their man. You know the concerns at the industry has to the public in public meetings and in written communication in. Anybody ever tried to take a swing at you. Tony actually not now Actually we get some very nice comments from people in again after contentious public meetings. I'll never forget the time. That's a young mother and her. What was in a meeting with her daughter and she looked at me as she was leaving. The meeting just looked at me and just said thank you as i explained to concerns about the particular industry in a way she can understand and did and calmed her fears about. If if you can fool an angry young mother you're gonna earn some serious coin in any industry. Because that's that's an acting chops. That alvin doesn't even have a and the thing is a lot of people at the meeting. Were just there that were activists in people want to hear what the real issues will return. You know we've had so much fun or at least i have At the expense of my my friend my friends albin and my new friend. Tony that we're going to have to have you back to to really talk about this because we just had to get the the goofy stuff out of the way. We'll never joke again. Yes i i'm wondering promise. I'm wondering if you lost two friends today..
"anthony you" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"A. This is a really strange if you have children. They're going to be scarred by this. I'm just telling you right now You need to need to get them in therapy early. And maybe some soaking breyer with the team. That really understands the spirit realm. I'm talking to alvin sadar. He's you know he he's he's the guy that produces this program. He's on all the time but evidently he has a twin brother. Just one that we know of and we're talking to that guy. His name is anthony or tony. Say dr Tony seder i gotta ask you because you know. I've known alvin for long time. Your parents named alvin alvin so they gave him this. Distinctive almost comical name. You would just named anthony just like every other jerk named anthony and then you. I suspect to get back. Get your parents you said. Yeah you can name anthony. But i'm gonna call myself tony like i'm gonna be the hip because because you wanted to be more like albin you want to be more like alvin slash elvis and you said i'm gonna call myself. Tony and parents is nothing you can do about it. You were defiant where you well not really because my dad was named anthony. My grandfather's grandfather was named anton right. Yeah so you know exactly because they were grandparents were all four. The grandparents from slovenia. Okay my mother's name was being us. So i got the name l. Then of course my twin brothers named after my dad who was also tonia name after the father. Where you born first tony. No this is the thing. Well there's been some controversy about which one of us but we were. Establishing elvin was early born. I for my dad was really dominion. Alpine was born. I and they named you after your father. That is the ultimate slap in the face l. My and i you know. My dad was such a gentleman that he deferred to my mother's name. I knew that was basically. It was like this. He's not tell people the sensitive mail you've heard so much about. He was it was it did. I didn't rub off on us but it you know he was the original sensitive man but alvin is the masculine is version of a tremendously feminine. Name albina able to pull it off. You've been able to look at this. Only tony gets the gets the father's name man. There's just a lot of family drama going on here..
"anthony you" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"So that was bringing the art. Yeah so when. I heard this song. I loved the song so much. I've always been heavy into the routes So when i heard that song i was. I was actually coming out of my trailer on set and i did this one take and i was like. Oh oh it's time to pay me my money. You bernie all these fools need four five takes to take back after the second is was next film. I say you don't got no bureau me. Nah takes on. Which one was this. Was this on the first on winter's over winter soldier and that's where it started right. Yeah it was. It was the So my first day of shooting on winter soldier which was the biggest asshole move ever. They put me in my soldiers. You had a fog put me on a platform like thirty feet in the air and like all right. We want you to jump off the platform backwards in shooter. Machine guns like an agenda is flying overhead. I'm like in jerusalem. Those actions might would be welcome to the mcu. This has been a joy my friend. This is the best of all possible worlds for me. Because i get to catch up with you. But there's no physical violence. That's not gonna bruce for the first time you you've grown up man you've come into yourself. You have great hair now. You marriage is work wealthy. You like before you got married. You were hodgepodge of a disaster. I'm going to go see my dog and let her have her way with me. Thanks buddy we'll catch up soon. I hope i'd be saying thanks. And so ends another edition of kathy side. Confused remember to review right and subscribe to the show. I tunes or after you get your focus on the big cost. I'm daisy ridley destiny. Both of despite jumps..
"anthony you" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"Spot in new orleans for once seemingly. Here's opposition at this guy. You look great ben. Anybody happy new year happy new year. We're both alive in the year of our lord. Twenty twenty one z. Definitely are you. You know surviving you. I'm great man. Shelling out new orleans. Know seventy degrees anywhere. What's worst that could happen. Yeah i see no evidence of any stripe for a pandemic where you are. You're living your best life. What what's the secret anthony. I'm socially distance. Look yeah well. That was always the case. Nobody want ever wanted to be near you. That was the wholesale you know. I don't do well. I'm more of an animal person so it works for me. You know. I just got a dog my first dog as an adult. I'm hiding in my bedroom because my dog is trying to hunt my wife and my legs constant any advice for me. You want me to tell you what to do if something is trying to help you well. You're usually trying to hunt. So i figured you'll be the guy to ask. Is it a boy or girl girl. I haven't looked underneath yet. Pretty sore where. She's she's a girl it's a mix she's adorable. She's a rescue. I would bring her in but then you would watch a sexual assault in too sexy man. You gotta going crazy. You is the new haircut. You've known the thoroughness. I've admitted for years. This is all on the record by the way this podcast. You're sexy. You got him going crazy. You can't save a pretty girl from a kennel and expect not to haunt view i. I should've i should've consulted you. Prior to the moment i so you're in new orleans you're doing okay. You seem happy. You're feeding yourself. This is good. Say vegetables and grilled chicken and it seemingly. You've got a movie. That's probably what like number one in nine hundred thousand countries around the world. You've got the netflix algorithm. Down is is number one on earth. Somebody said yesterday on earth. Finally you have a movie. That's being seen by people. Congratulations anglo-burman go out. But i told you. I was gonna make it tell you anything. Have they told you like your number one numbers or they just saying like your number one in six hundred countries or whatever. No they have the little thing that you can click on and it tells you what people are watching you know. And you know as producers we can call them and be like what's up. What's our numbers and they're like y'all is like the best movie we've had this year. Amazing that's what they say. This is a big. i mean. there's only what nineteen days a year but the biggest movie they've had this year. But i do love the netflix. Because you see like number one in different countries. I'm curious like how and traveling the world over the years. Is there a country where you've been shocked at your own. Fame like zor specific country. Where like anthony. Mackie is ruling the roost. Like david hasselhoff dozen germany. You know what i will say because you know. Hollywood tells black actors that we don't have a market outside the us so you believe that when you go outside the us. No one knows who you are. So when i was in budapest shooting. This movie i was like yo. I'm famous like your boy is not hiding anymore. It was funny. Because because every time i leave the country now knows become more and more of actively thing to where people recognize me which i don't expect a at all because they tell you that it's not going to happen and i'm like where people are chasing me out of the lobby with joel. Edgerton is here. They must be blowing up the block. You know you're accused score is at least one point better than edgerton voter known as a random named bring up. I just love his name. It's a great night. The great great man he is. Do you remember. Remember the first time you were noticed like for your acting work was that like for. Was it for a mild. You remember other than when. I was a male stripper. Yeah we don't talk about that here. We talk we sorry. We only talk. That's good No i was saying after. I was lucky man. Eight mile was my first movie. So after eight mile everywhere. I.
"anthony you" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"Today on happy. Second fused anthony mack on outside the wire how can in the winter soldier and his comfort movie. Hey guys i'm josh horowitz. Welcome to another edition of happy. Sad confused we've got a big marvel. superhero today. An avenger himself. That's right falcon aka anthony. Mackie is on the show today. Surprisingly his first visit happy second fused. I say surprising because there probably few actors. I've talked to more over the last ten twelve years than anthony mackie dating back to the hurt locker which i think was the first time i met. Anthony i i remember it vividly all the hurt locker at the toronto film festival interviewed mackey. And i think the film didn't come out for at least a year afterwards and we know how that ended up with them all the acclaim and deserted awards etc so ever since then Anthony has been on the rise. I mean frankly. He was on the rise even before then. His film debut was in eight mile He's had a hell of a run the way i put it. Just i'll run makes it sound like his ending his career. He's not If you've seen anthony mackie interviewed her. Her interview do know how entertaining he is. You know how charismatic he is He is always a fun interview. And this This conversation did not disappoint. His new film is outside the wire. It is on netflix. If you have full you probably can't avoid it. It's one of those. It's popping up at the top of the algorithm. They're pushing it hard and it's an. It's doing extraordinarily well. Apparently number one in many places around the world including the us. It's kind of an old school action movie kind of a buddy movie away. A war movie. Anthony actually plays a cyborg so kinda hits a lot of the buttons of the kind of old nineties action films that anthony and i both grew up with and in fact in this conversation we talked about our mutual love of everyone from wesley. Snipes and and John claude van damme to to someone like will smith who stars in an mackie's choice for a movie today. He chose independence day. Classic movie can't go wrong with it. And you'll hear anthony explain why independence day was and always will be one of his favorites of film that he always returns to and finds a great comfort and i think a lot of people would agree with mackey on that one A note on this conversation. Anthony was talking to me from new orleans. He was had to start. I think he was like an outdoor cafe. So you might cure little ambiance of outdoors. Venus in in new orleans but hopefully that adds a little bit to the flavor of the conversation And yes of course. Of course of course guys wouldn't be self respecting Mcu fan didn't talk about falcon specifically falcon and the winter soldier with mackey He is starring in that new disney plus show Which is coming out pretty soon. Guys pre soon. Like right after wanda vision ends. I think they basically straight into falcon the winter soldier. Six episodes six hours worth of action. Starring anthony mackie and sebastian stan. It's much different kind of disney plus show than wanda vision. I mean i'm loving wanda but this is more in line. I think with the captain. America films with winter soldier. That kind of vibe. So i'm very excited about that. One and anthony sounds really proud of it. And i have no reason to think he's being anything but truthful he's an honest guy and i think i could tell if he's a little worried about this when he's not. He's has super confidence so that is something to look forward to other things to mention. I mentioned wanda vision. I got a chance to catch up with elizabeth olsen for mtv news. That interview is going up. I think any day now so so. Stay tuned to my social media. Josh horowitz on twitter and instagram all push that out there Fun catch up with her about a very irreverent. Odd take on the characters of of wanda occasion scarlet witch vision. I've seen the first three episodes. And it's taking chances and that's what you want in a show so look forward to that conversation with elizabeth olsen. That was a fun one. Let's see other things to mention. I don't know i guess the big thing is. I hope you guys are all staying safe. As i always say but i hope also hopefully you or your loved ones are starting to get vaccinated. I was this was a big moment for me personally. Helped my mom get vaccinated over this past weekend here in new york Yeah there's a bit of a line. Wait about an hour hour and a half but my god by the end of it. I was so relieved and happy that she got the first of her two. Vaccinations and hopefully the system is going to get easier. And better for all of All the folks out there. And i hope you're getting your loved ones the racks nations as soon as possible. I know can probably be frustrating depending on where you are the parameters but i guess the bottom line is. I hope that you're pursuing the vaccine. And don't wait. Get it as soon as you can. Guys we gotta we gotta deal with us. It's safe it's been proven safe to do it and get some peace of mind so that's my psa for today. Anyway let's get onto the main event again. As i said outside the wire is mackie's new film. it's on netflix. Check it out. And i hope you guys enjoyed this conversation. Live ish not live on tape from from my bedroom. And from anthony mackie's favorite spot in new orleans for once seemingly. Here's opposition.
"anthony you" Discussed on DLC
"In? I thought hould looked interesting but I'm not really sold on it based on what I saw. I played a little bit of temptation on p. c. and it was it was cool. It was basically some buddy trying to making their version of POKEMON, but it didn't you know didn't have the depths it. It definitely wasn't an early access experience. You know you didn't have enough to collect enough things to do to be able to fully get a sense for like what the full game was going to be like. Yeah I I would I would probably say Godfa though was the game of that trunk that I was most focused on because you know how I love my loot. Yeah. Me Too. I'm I'm kind of into that idea of Christian before we get Anything I feel like pedestrian would be your jam. No. Pedestrian looks looks anything but It looks really great I anything but pedestrian I get it but pedestrian yes. I and I. I liked the. Aesthetic of like the signed when it kind of zooms out. The, you know the larger landscape in which the signs live down on an interesting. I mean, we're kind of talking around it. But I I think the interesting thing about Godfa that does make it. The focus is that it was one of the first PS five. Game Logos. Shown in for better or worse I think it's it is kind of a face I think certainly did a good job later you know making prep, Spiderman Miles Morales the face of the PS five imagine clank as you mentioned. But I think God fall has some expectations on it and that is interesting thing to do for a new IP. What feels like a crowded genre still. So I I think. About it people are kind of poking and prodding. I. Think Ratchet clank probably isn't going to be do we here released window I? Think it's going to be a holiday twenty, twenty game. I would say. Yeah. Yeah. So it does feel like God fall and Miles Morales are really the launch games exclusives We may find out there are others, but it does feel like you're right Christian that God fall is shouldering a lot of that. Here's what's special about this new console this holiday season. And On PC I. Believe I was going to PC as well. On PC. Well it it certainly looks a pretty cool I. Wasn't in love with the combat animations I felt like they had room to improve those the idea of its sort of being Sort of being blow sort of being Why War frame you know kind of felt like had some war frame DNA there with all the suits that you can collect. Make you do certain different things. But Anthony You got excited about this game as well. Yeah I I've been excited from it from the very beginning when they said. They were making you know you just kind of had like a little slight CGI trailer but then they came out afterwards and said, this is a loot focused game in the tradition of Gearbox I. I will say it's a little weird that over time they've come out and basically said like what the game isn't like trying to temper people's expectations. It's almost seems like what they're doing is the opposite of anthem. They just don't want an anthem scenario on their hands they want. Like. They a lot of people like, wow it's it's loot dark souls and they said, no, it's not dark souls where. Inspired by dark sales, but it's not dark souls and you know initially when they said, you know it's a loop game. It's published by gearbox everybody thought Oh man borderlands they said no, we're not really that involved. There's you know more. Focused classes and things like that in in the Valor System but I'm still excited for it. I'm a little surprised at how like CLAUSTROPHOBIC I kind of wish it was a little more open and everything that I've seen kind of looks the same. Year that's the thing I got worried about the combat. It just felt a little bit Repetitive. In the obviously all those Luder Games are repetitive by nature like that's the whole thing is grinding loot but I'm hoping that. They talked about how you never gonNA fight only one enemy at a time and that we want to balance it as being you get benefits from having good loop but also there's a player skill thing and. I don't know what I saw on the screen didn't make me feel like it was going to be a bunch of precision combat, but we'll see you know I I've I'm hopped optimistic about the game because it looks pretty cool and I like the idea of those suits I mean that that war frame style idea I think is a good one. Yeah So yeah, I I think this has a it's promising to me in a lot of ways. All right we gotta move on. They're still huge stories to talk about in Games we have been playing I wanNA thank our first sponsor which hellofresh Magus just I just got a box of hellofresh just the other day and when I get my box I like to look at the next week of hellofresh recipes I'm GonNa get. 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"anthony you" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show
"This is a great coenzyme, really loving What you're sharing with the thank you so very much now as an author yourself and having a sane, all of the things that you have done I often hear people say oh. I need to write a book. Is that always the case? Do you think everybody needs to wrote a book? No. No no I it does help. You know for example Years ago I wrote a couple of books on PR and to be honest with you. I was sure I wanted to sell books, but I wrote them to establish the company. And to. The brand. And it worked, and it worked because I didn't pitch it as a book on Pr, is what I did is I found PR train wrecks in the media back then parasail was big and other stuff like Microsoft was going through some problems, and so I would pitch. How do they overcome these issues? How do they best position themselves? And then they would get me. That would give me the interviews. They would focus on my book. And then that book gave me credibility, because then I could put on my website in all of my marketing material that I was featured on CNN or York. OR THE LA Times. And that media is always with you. It's evergreen so in that way I do think a book is A. Very strong way to separate you from you know the others in your field. Because then you're the one who wrote in quotes, the book and I don't think it's a an in doll or you know you have to have to market yourself. But it does give you another tour of of validation. You know we're working with a client right now. And sometimes it's just serendipitous sees a doctor who wrote a book on Wellness, and it came out just as the pandemic. So he got a lot more interviews and he ever would have come timing. Yeah. Okay I'm more of. You'll website and all of your wonderful common tree and your interviews, and actually the content in Pierre fulfill is dot com, which.
"anthony you" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show
"You know I'm getting the questions out and And then you try to put questions out because you know. These guys have heard the same questions day after day. Yeah Yeah Yeah because it was, I came close interviewing. Bob Dylan and we didn't get him an partly. I was okay with that because he was so burned out and you could tell the way he was doing interviews. He didn't give answers anymore. You know. He just Kinda played with the with the writer and. That's no good and you know you talked about touched on fun and the ability to control the conversation and these insights that you've. Nail sharing with your clients through payoff and filmmakers, which is your payoff and that must be just so valuable and serve rewarding when you see somebody Tyke. your knowledge and experience and start to implement a in business. I'm tokens is through. The relations expert process that you take them serve. And you're right. It is gratifying or you see that someone. There's kind of like that Aha that happens and dared. They're not only using it, but it's helping them. And so you know like I, said we are focus is now. Still makers and authors, and so we start with a brainstorming session. And in there were looking for the stories, and I emphasize plural because there's no one-size-fits-all. which brings me to my rant against press releases? Because they have their place. They have their function. But they were be at the bottom of the totem pole from my perspective to try and establish a new writer, a new filmmaker, a new entrepreneur. They're great for breaking news stories. They're great for business to business. They're great for celebrities but so many people's spend so much time in money. Sending out press releases, which one sites that all pitch 'em. There is no one size fits all cookie. See now now, so we're looking for in the brainstorming session is what our stories plural meaning. What story do we pitch to each media segment? We're going to women's oriented media. mims origin media local media pop culture media. We'd better not pitch them the exact same story or they're not going to get it. A we took video were talking. written publications were talking social media distribution. At what is the process for you? Yeah, we, we offer social media and traditional media. I always tell clients. If they're going in with an either or perspective, I.
"anthony you" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show
"Even if there was an inclination to do that. Is this book is is what it should be. And so when it was over, it felt. In February complete and it felt time. To move I like to start writing something right away because that also stops me from going back. A So it felt good this time. Thank you very much for sharing these insults. His very helpful for those who are looking to write a book now Anthony from that moment in time that you released to the wall as you as you say they would have been a different set of feelings coming through because subsequently. You're on NBC being interviewed. You were being reviewed on Amazon. As you, call it out in the wild. have at that. Make you feel that different of feelings? What sort of a rush it must have been? It's completely different and To be honest, I much prefer the writing. It's once you let it go its. I explain it because I'm on the other side as well. You know with the PR company as you know, it's almost like you've given birth, and now you have to take care of that child and taking care of it means giving it the best shot it can to succeed and that involves marketing. Yo So Sometimes I'm comfortable with it. I'm having a lot of fun with this. But there are times where it's like I. Slept pulling teeth. Yeah, you really do oh it. Has. You can create a best book the best film, the best piece of art, and if you don't build that bridge between that work in your audience, no one's going to know it's there. And that's the hardest conversation I have with authors or filmmakers. Where it's like you have not finished your word yet. This is just the beginning. We actually watched the interview. I found that it. It was very interesting, and you seem very comfortable even though you might not have is is there is some sort of an odd that you need to learn to when you will giving your book the best show. I think there is and. We also have a a media trainer. WHO's an Comrie and so? She worked a lot with me just to get me. To relax and and to realize that there is a night time you know so. You don't want to give because the issue that we usually have is either a client who will answer a question with yes hard stop. which is the worst thing or Go off for two hours. It's extraordinarily or the other. Yeah, yeah, so. You know we really try to think of. You know what what are your needs on your side? Also, what really helped me was because like I said I was Iraq journalists for her years, so I was on the other side, I? I was an interviewer. For for quite a long time. which I am much more comfortable, a two..
"anthony you" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show
"I've Britain seven plays and I really don't plot. I. I'm fascinated by writers who do. But it's to me. Writing a novel is very similar to reading novel. Because I. Don't know where it's going. And? That's part of what interests me in writing. My writing is much more character driven than pot plot driven. So as my reading. When I read! I? Don't pay that much attention to the plot even if it's a mystery novel that's. Plot dependent I much more focused on who are these people and what are their motivations so easier for me to use something? I've experienced as a jumping off point. And then go to something. That's completely different. It isn't me. You find it You know because there are lot of sparring book. Authors listened to the my future business show. Do you find that you write randomly, or do you ride at a particular time of day and when you do reut? How long do you write full? yeah, this has been a fascinating. Journey because it used to be that I wrote randomly. And I used to explain it where writing was like having an affair. You know I would steal that time. you know for the writing and I also used to really hate to hear about writers who wrote in the morning because I thought that sounds absolutely dreadful, and now I write every morning, and it's usually. It's usually around two hours sometimes three. But now my date feels. That something is really off if I miss that. It's becomes part of daily routine, doesn't it? Yeah, yeah. It's almost like my meditation. I know a Lotta people are Anthony. They really want to write a book, but they struggle to get to the you know to that loss page, and and putting pen and successfully completing someone What what do you say to to those people who are struggling? You have to give yourself a hard stop. Because, you can You know they say that all writing is rewriting and that's. There's a lot of truth in that. But there has to come a time. And I think writers have sense. It's hard to own up to it where you know I should stop now. But if you stop then suddenly, it's over and you have to let it go out into the world, so the inclination is one more rewrite one change it's it's a real discipline. It's over. It's done I go onto the next work. It's very complete had to. Do you feel when you completed virtual velocity? Really happy with. It felt. And that's not always the case. It felt like this is the exact book I wanted to write. and I didn't. You know I've I've worked on other stuff where I've. I've looked back in a while I'd WanNa change this ride WanNa change that and with this book.
"anthony you" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show
"Thank you. It's a pleasure to be here. He is narrating I. would just talking about his experiences with his payoff firm? He's also an author. Apply Rod. We're GONNA taking a deep dive into all of these things we were talking about current a goings on and how it's affecting businesses around the world. Now we're GONNA take a little bit more of a look into those sorts of you'll business anthony, but before we do that. Always love to learn a little bit about you things like way. You were born where you located now and what you like to do when you're not working if there is such a thing. Yeah! Exactly I was actually born in El Paso? Texas and but I moved from there when I was thirteen and we moved to Los Angeles. To to Santa Monica and so I live there, and now I am in Silverlake in Los Angeles and a company is in Burbank. La where we're close to warner brothers yes, fantastic, absolutely I have actually bay net. Wonder with all the goings on in the world. Has the situation changed for how you run Your Business? It's it's fascinating because I had no idea. You know when the shutdown came. It's it came so quickly. we were shooting a video a video series. Kind of how to PR video series that we just finished it two days before the lockdown, okay? I was wondering how it was going to affect us a where it did affect US particularly with authors is on book signings readings anything to do that. WAS EVENT ORIENTED? Yes? On the other end it actually. A media wise. We've been busier in the last two months and we've been all year. That's an interesting thing isn't pretty seems to be shifting gears online. Yeah Yeah. It was fascinating and an partly I think to is, there were real captive audience. People were home, so people were watching films. They were reading books and also the media. There you know the cable news of the world. The CNN's in those You know they were. It was Kobe twenty, four seven, but the rest of the media couldn't do that. They would exhaust their audience, and so they were covering a lot of other media so it actually it opened up pretty much for us. I think there's a couple of parts to today's Co Antony, and further what he's on the on the show tonight. What I'd love to do is flip the focus right now to your latest book, then come back to your business for autism and is, but that would that be fun. That's great excellent. Everybody's on the on the cold today. Anthony is also an established author has been featured or Huffington Post. He's been on NBC very well established with his latest book, which we're going to focus on which is called virtual velocity and La Story love to learn a little bit more about how this book came about..
"anthony you" Discussed on Good For You
"About fucking every if you've seen the news one of my favorite quotes ever. They asked the writers name but they they asked to writer using to go. What do you think is wrong with the world? And he goes. I am and I was like fuck. Yeah like that is like my philosophy nutshell that like if it doesn't work out. I'm not like this person wasn't good enough. It's like we didn't work out but I'm the problem a lot of the time. I'm just very comfortable with my flaws. You know okay. We're really going to go but last I'm GonNa ask you for real. This time is what's the best advice that you've gotten if I don't ask this question. People lose their shit. The best advice is advice from me. The best advice that I've gotten this general. Honestly the best advice is when and this is in combat. Is Strictly comedy okay? But when a comedian gives you advice? They're only trying to make you more like them. Isn't that everyone? All the time with Everett does not apply to everything I think so I think it applies across the board. But it like someone's like what can you tell me I'm like I'll say go see the movie comedian with Jerry. Seinfeld taught me a lot right as much as you can get on stage as much as you can. Those are the only pieces of advice. You can give someone if you're like. Hey take the mic out of the stand now or like. Hey don't laugh at your own jokes. It's like who am I to say that that could end up? Becoming right are thing that I if I'd taken any of the vice people would give me. Yeah the first ten years I did this I would not be here but I think like Doug Stanhope said that. He was like some giving him. He was giving someone advice that had asked him for advice. And someone was like. Hey man when you give someone a comic advice you're just trying to make them more like you. That is actually to me. That is resonating so deeply because my new philosophy is don't ask advice for people that don't have the thing you want that you're asking about. Don't ask single people advice about relationships. Don't ask Mary People Advice about when you're single. You know what I mean. Don't ask Comedians advice about comedy. You know what I mean like that is just like my new because I used to. I spent so much time taking advice from people who were like not in relationships about relationships. Like why am I asking you your your mess so that just so interesting that that really is probably what people are doing myself included. I give advice I give stuff and new positive attitude but specific advice you can you can say this is what worked for me right by. Tried this kind of thing but yeah. I try to give I either. Don't give advice or very very vague advice because You know or if you're like you know red or blue then I can. Maybe you know if you're it's like it's a good number one and number two than me back in I can give you my opinion but But yeah I try to stay out of it. That's wild I don't ever stop talking to you. Anthony really time. We should do this more often. Would love to. I always end these very awkwardly Colella fire in the maternity ward light. My missing thoughts impress thoughts and prayers. Fucking imagine me on a special love.
"anthony you" Discussed on Good For You
"You know he's fat and he's the he's fat fat fat fat jokes about and then he had an incident in couldn't make it And so were just like frantically calling any one that could fit the fat jokes like Patrice Louie Anderson and you just go down the line of Ralphie may whoever and then Jeff. Garlan said yes. And he's not that fat like it was like the jokes which is way too brutal. I mean it was. I think it was like why. Is there a beanbag chair on the stage? Oh that's Jeff Garland. Fuck too far will bother me too. Was that like if you would think of a joke. Bombed in the room if we do stand up and we're doing a special joke bombat sweeten it and move on. Yeah cut that joke out. That's what on the roast joke could eat it. Yeah and then they not only daylight cut to the audience someone laughing hysterically and it makes it. It was the biggest psych line of the night. And you're like why did you just fuck me Lexus? Like this is not the worst. Yeah quite frankly and I know it's like it's a television show but it was like it may after three I was like I'm done and then Yeah I remember after the trump roasts Going upstairs it was in New York that you would normally in La that one was in New York and there were like these stairs and it was like this Weird Hotel linguistical weird set up. It was like a ballroom instead of like a sound stage. I remember going upstairs in hearing crying being like what's going on Leeson Limpid. Allie was crying and I was just like I don't I I don't feel good about this This is and then went in. And then this was her ritual. She would go and she take all these punches and call her fat and then make the Black Dick Jokes and you're wherever and then she would laugh and you know Cut on a brave face and then just cry and be and I just was like it blew my mind and had to go through that and it just like broke my heart. I always assumed it's not like what they say. It's that you know you're going to be hearing it for a long time. You know you know that Peop- your fans or even going to be like like you fat bitch like nineteen people have like this is a. It's GonNa this is my image. And she's married to a white guy. It was also just like an outdated sort of joke and and sort of Yeah and it was interesting and I remember like the first rose. I did not get my feelings hurt. I was so grateful to be there such a greg. Giraldo just meet Greg draw. It was a big for me He had one of my favorite jokes actually Which was you to a very similar to me and how surprising. Your turns are He just went. Whitney Cummings is here for some reason and just kept going. I'm not even running jokes about you. he was one of the reasons. I got out as I saw. How much more miserable he got as he almost like. He had to keep doing that and he enjoy like he enjoyed them in the beginning and then was just like going through the motions and I was like this looks unpleasant. I think Jeff Ross loves loves it lies like he never dips. It's always like yeah. He's running that steady marathon. People like it's an honor that keeps by him for the rest of the year. Do you know what I mean. It's like something that he likes to do all the time. It's part of saying I mean I also just like the I can't really divorced the being on the rose from the process of making the rose. It's so it was just too stressful for me. It was like the whole deal with comedy for me. Is that the partisan I love so much as I don't feel competitive with other comedians. Of course I WANNA kill harder than when we're at the Komische. Of course I want to kill as hard as you killed. Of course I want to be as funny as you are like. Of course I want to sell as many tickets are more ticket of course right but I don't feel competitive with comics. I hated like being the last to be picked dodged dodgeball. I hated like between me. I just don't like competing with somebody else. And the roasts always felt like that leading up to it For me it was like what's he doing what you know like it was and then before who's going to go win and what order and I felt like I was against comedian. Wouldn't tell you I didn't like the way they treated you. Well you like who you guys out to right now. We've got two weeks. I'd love to start writing jokes like we can't tell you and I'm I'm on the fucking wrote for variety. I'm not going to spoil this for you laugh if you're talking about Kobe. Yeah you're talking to Hulk Hogan so I can write some jokes. That's and they would never do it. That that always always bothered me. And then they. I didn't like the way they would cut things up that I remember on the Roseanne Roast. I walked in. I think they had like twelve people on the days. I had like like sixteen jokes. I had like one joke for each person and then four for Roseanne and Anthony. We need win when I go night up. You just can't cut me. Wow so you basically did that so that you weren't gonNA shoot ten minutes that they cut down to five so you're control the cut. I just thought of a great joke for each person. I'm not going to have a a B joke. They could use in case I was. I want to kill because they would tell me by the way you tell jokes. I wasn't Giraldo where I ranted. I would tell a joke and then sit there and wait till the left side all the way down. They're like you're so great because we can use your laughs for other people. No don't do that I I wanna I WANNA win. I WanNa win the Rosta. I don't want everyone to be killing hard as me. Because they're getting my laughs lead right literally. I do love it because I remember. I think this must must've been the trump whereas like I liked it. When you're killing you kind of get bored. I get like impatient on my we like no. I know I know I wrote it. I know it's a joke to the next because I feel like The rose have such a desperation to them as such a anxiety to them and to me. That's like that's not highlight to perform. Stand up that's not how I like to operate in the world and I just was like. This is just so stressful. And it's taking the joy out of comedy for me you know and I also don't like insulting people. That aren't comedians. I just makes me. It's fun and I love like I love on some level but I think the roads like I the reason I fell in love them because it was a bunch of comedians talking shit to each other and people that it felt like a fair fight. It's out like the other person could retaliate. Like people like how did you go so hard after Joan rivers as because I knew she was GonNa Fucking Kill Me That's why you know guy thought limping only wouldn't respect me for the you're cool. I thought she'd be like what a pussy. He didn't have a joke from me afterwards. She was the opposite she was like. I would like to thank you so much for that and I was like. Oh you appreciated that and God. I thought you would be like worst. Take back of me. That's what we do this. We show love to each other now so it and then I also a couple little things like I remember Giraldo on the red carpet once before the roast said something that just like like filed into my hippocampus like didn't really process it until a couple years later after I had been in business for a little while and had some sort of public like what are extensively called like failures fried. If you've two seasons of a show it's a huge failure right. I mean even when I made a show that went six seasons. Everyone's like Oh your show got cancelled dude. Hundred twenty episodes yeah. I'm good with that and also I got show do you only people just fucking like can't even get a pilot like to get to that level. It's making fun of a one hit. Wonder they're like. Do you know how hard it is to be? A one hit wonder as a as a band you know wouldn't insane level that is to get to like you can make fun of me if you want but I know I know the irony. Is that my failures. You don't even know about my success to your failure so I remember I remember you know well we would go to a lot. Was this like your show fail than you. Your shows get canceled or Giraldo. You can't get a show on the air. Or whatever that was like a big thing that people will go to withdraw Aldo at his acting career. Whatever and he was going on the red carpet and people were you know it's always like amateur like open mic comics that are interviewing and they think it's funny to like be mean to their hero. They're just panicking right and someone was just like so like you like can't get a show on the air right like that's what everyone makes fun of you about. What do you think about that? And he just goes. When did it become so embarrassing to just be a comedian for a living in and it really just affected me you know and I was like I i? I'm fine to get made fun of for my appearance and finding made fun of for being a whore even though I was always in a monogamous relationship like I've never had never dated a comic find that I'm sleeping my way to the top. Like what would I thought one of the women at Comedy Central? He just you know none of it made sense but as soon as people go after your car it just felt weird to go after what I D I. It was so hard for me to not see myself as a failure. Anyway even when I was succeeded and I was like I don't need you guys to be like reiterate my inner monologue of this sort of impossible. Standard of perfection. Do they go after? Your career means like the fact that you're there means have a career. So they do they have nothing else. Yeah I call you a whore. They've got unless you got busted being like they had nothing else to do for you. Well because I am not I is ultimately stopped doing it. Because it's like I when I first did it. There's nothing to make fun of your horror that was like fine but then But then I was like I just had too many raw nerves. I know exactly what the jokes are gonNA write are in..
"anthony you" Discussed on Good For You
"Respectful if you would ask cash come on then. We're mass insane questions answered you'd be a real shit head. Yeah all you did was good on there and have makeup and laugh at a bunch of people that enjoyed. It did yeah. I think I've spent so much time you know. I grew up in an environment where I had to rely on other people a lot. Especially like you know women that had to depend on men for money for income for roofs overheads to pay tuition like we really had to rely on other people and I told myself at a young age. You're never going to rely on anyone. You're going to fucking go all the way round the track you're gonNA make it in this business on your own. You know and I had so much in the beginning people being like she sleeps her way to the top. As if that as if you can fuck a guy and then be have thirty minutes of jokes that kill hate when people say someone gave somebody a career because you cannot give someone a career at the to be clear. If that worked. I would've done it is on the business man right. Okay I I want to be very clear. I do not look down on women that do that. Do whatever the fuck you have to do to get your bills paid. I have no judgments. I don't work at talks your environment and actually I think hurt your career but if you do it either one or the other day all you can do is say like. I liked this person. I'm GONNA stints minimization so their party can keep you at the party. Yeah you can't people at your party that's right. That's right yeah. Networking is not a thing. It's not real like because it's also you don't have something to sell her pedal sleeping when people doesn't make a script printed like like fucking a powerful person doesn't you know magically write a script like you have to do the work running there's nothing there's no way you can be funny on stage for an hour because you suck some guys debt. It's just not how it works. Speaking of I'm getting a lot of very troubling ads on my twitter twitter for this product that says dot com. And it's supposed to like increase the amount of calm in your body. I don't think that's a real product. What's what's the brand called. Are you low income first of all the picket of the before picture? Moving a Lotta begin with the Africa just grotesque. So this is what have you been doing online that things because I follow the cock destroyers. What's conscious the two women from England? The Cock destroyers loved them what do they do? There's tricalm where they literally. Well they do on a charity and they're very like Like LGBTQ friendly all that stuff but they are just really sexual blind to end lipped and they say and they talk British. And there's a video. I think video of her having sex in a window in a nun costume and she goes. Sunday's off four days of rest but not for me. It's my favorite video. They're so funny I kinda get why you're getting marketed compels. You might want to switch gross thing like who's ever like get not me. I have never had a guy finish near me and been like. Oh that's not enough. Mom was a soup like ooh. I wish I had more of that on my knee never thought that before Question will you make sure we have questions to answer but Yeah we have to get moving because Anthony. Jazz on neck is on the show. I feel like this is a very all over the place open because we didn't really prepare for this because wild week and you're telling them right now all the things. We just talked about like we weren't. We're not prepared now. I'm apologizing to everybody. I've done nothing wrong. I'm just trying so hard to not eat almonds because You guys rightly so chastise me eating almonds on the show. That was disgusting. And I'm I feel bad. We're GONNA do some advice for some high school graduates real quick but I also want to say to cameo I have a little. I like burning bridges. I'm so you know what fuck anymore. The pandemic has made me give so few Fox. You know you kind of see that we just went from giving a fuck to not giving up just like that. When it comes to animal welfare I can all that. Shit goes out the window. Did you see that that doc? Antle the guy from the tiger king is on Cameo. Of course there are famous. So you know their abusers. They're what they're doing is all abuse. I've been over this before. I'm not gonNA recapitulate this over and over again. I don't WANNA BE ANNOYING ABOUT IT. But it's all abuse they kill the moms they drug them. They abuse them right. So he's on. They've been trying to get me on cameo for years to do Cami on. I'm like to raise money for charity or you know like there's a can do cameo videos. I'm happy to do birthday videos for you guys for free honestly. Just text me One two three nine seven five two seven of never text you so monster. So text me there. I'll send you free birthday videos. If I see your text I will ask Benton because this is pissing me off dock antle. The guy from tiger king is now on cameo making a bunch of money. I sent them an article about how the cubs were found to have ringworm all the illegal shit he does and I wrote. Oh Wow did they delete my mo- I wrote? Dm Them Hey guys you know. Duck has a legal record and abused animals right. They wrote back. Hey Whitney big fans of you overhear cameo has over thirty five thousand talent on the platform from the biggest drag queens in the world to the stars of recent net flicks Docu series and shows. We not why are you laughing? Because how does that have anything to do what you said or you nothing? We do not endorse any personalities. Personal views as we are just a platform that connects fans to their favorite people. We love to get you started when you're ready Porno. Hey Cameo fuck you. Do you think they would have sent? Meryl Streep the Same Message Merrill. We have tons of drag queens and bringing drag Queens into this now the biggest drag queens. Are you trying to seem tolerant? Are you try them? They know that that I support. Lgbtq like trying to get me to build only got you know what never mind? I'm so sorry I do support drag Queens so I'm just going to let the abuse of animals slight also beloved drag Queens. We didn't send you an article about them did. We'll they're fine. I have no problem with the drag Queens. You don't you. Don't get points for supporting drag Queens. Yeah by the way as if I'm GonNa be like Oh never mind. You're not homophobic. I just love that they. They lump them in with documentary. That people documentaries talk you know by the way first of all. I know what the fucking APP is. I know exactly what it is. I know who's on it. All I do is make fun of the people on it so I know I know what Comedians are on. I know which actresses right. I'm trying to point out to you that you are assisting animal abusers and getting money and I think it's fucking lame didn't hear anything you said would love to get you started. Imagine if I was like Oh my God so sorry own my God I. I got confused. I was out fuck bitch and let me get you started now that I know that you have drag Queens on there. I'm in nine me up and comparison. I would just like to let you guys know again. I will send you birthday messages for free. I'm not using cameo okay. Yeah the cost me money to send you guys. Weren't they messages? That's how pissed off at them. I am it's so easy to not give a platform to animal abusers. It's so easy to not do that. I don't like that Shit. Sorry I know this hasn't been very funny Anthony's funny I swear when he comes on very soon I think we should give some Answers to some of the questions that we asked on instagram. Because someone said any advice for recent high school graduates. 'cause it's graduation time isn't it and. I think we especially need to do this. Because graduates are not having to doom graduate. A nightmare would of loved to zoom graduates graduating class. They had to let all of us walk because so many people failed. They couldn't let the ones that pass walk or the will be to short would have been twelve people. Twelve people out of thirty five people graduated. Can you believe that? Yes I got again so they weren't allowed to come. Only four of us went to college.
"anthony you" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"Oh dot com jawohl Anthony at Anthony, g j welcome. Thanks for having me. So gimme the gimme the thumbnail in the book. I mean, basically we're exposed to these chemicals. These artificial estrogen chemicals. They're all over the place in our environment. And I think people are underestimating the impact. Well, I they don't even realize for being exposed a lot of people don't realize. Oh, BPA is bad because it's estrogen, it's acting like how could you even given that? Most people now are obese and adipose, tissue produce large amounts of Esther, and how could you even distinguish it from what's happening clinically to people? I mean you can definitely do the receptor, bindings essays and Lloyd. On that in individuals. Everyone's astor's. Totally induced, I totally with you on that. But there are so many different reasons that we are all obesity, right? Cannabis, the I mean, these things are all highly estrogens, and people are just roaring down the road. And the whatever else is out there. Yeah. That'd be p p p a. Yes. BP af all kinds of analog to be out. Yeah. It's a good question. I mean, yes, we're estrogen is. But that's natural estrogen. Right. Like these fat cells. Are you talking about these, these lipid filled fat cells? They're causing our bodies to increase, estrogen dramatic. That's totally different than artificial estrogen, which our body doesn't really know how to deal with because. You know, our ancestors were never exposed, so Evelyn airily our bodies are like what the hell is this? You know, in again, clinically how do we distinguish it from all the other estrogens effects? You can sometimes and you can't sometime. So, you know, I mean one of the things you see is decreased testosterone. For example, when, you know, the more as in your urine, less testosterone, you have, for example. Okay. So there's at least a direct relationship with that one thing it where the coming from the plastics, right? So this way. See free on plastic water bottle. But I mean what I did with my book because I try to distinguish not just be PA. But what are the other ones and not only that, like Agent Orange? Conscription hormones, right. But which chemicals are being exposed to every day. So it's not just like you know, once every six months decade, right? Which wouldn't really be that big of a problem because he's are kind of subtle, because they are acting on a natural system in our body, so we're not getting bloated. We're not getting headaches from artificial estrogen, but we're seeing long term sustained impacts. And so sometimes those are exactly the same as natural estrogen. Sometimes. There little different. But usually, I mean, the health effects, the health impacts are pretty similar to pregnancy and kind of disruption or bastardisation of that process. Right. So when you become pregnant, for example, you gained some weight that right, and that's a natural process because our ancestors, didn't always have access to food. And that's a good thing to have some fat its most efficient storage form for energy. But you flip that fat switch on with BPA, right? And you may not even be pregnant. You might be a man, you might be a kid. You know, and obviously don't want to be storing excess body fat because then, like you said, it's kind of a vicious cycle of your body secreting more inflammatory hormones and fly Matori chemicals. You know, look fat. That's a problem. Yeah. I'm look if he's the pregnancy analogy, and that most of media through progesterone and estrogen, while you're goes way up. So women nearly production which is yes. So I mean, but these chemicals aren't acting like estrogen progesterone. They're acting like gin and so, yeah, estrogen is more subtle, but, you know, it has a pretty substantial impact. So women are generally between about twenty to four hundred nanograms per liter of estrogen natural estrogen. And of course when they become pregnant over one thousand and, you know, people also should be. Aware that men naturally are about twenty nanograms per liter of estrogen, you know, it's not that different. You think women would be in the thousands and men would be twenty you know, but in reality women are also about twenty up to about four hundred. But then, again when they become pregnant suddenly, double, triple quadruple, terms of the estrogen..