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Do the celebrities help the startups or do the startups help the celebrities?
"So this week. We saw that josh richards. Who is a tiktok star previously of the sway house which is one of the many tiktok mansions that have kind of popped up over los angeles as influence or homes. Josh richards is joining remiss capital and early stage venture firm as a venture partner. And as i'm sure we will get into not super nudist see celebrities get into venture space. They have huge reach. They can do a lot for especially consumer businesses with a simple instagram story. And so maybe the place to start with with the josh richards. Conversation is like really bullish on this transition. What would we say like what is good about this transition and then we can make the jokes because i know there will be jokes. But let's start with why this makes sense. Alex i okay. I have been critical in the past of celebrity investing. Because it's always struck me as little bit frivolous but i think that's because i underestimated the cultural impact of people of the moment and according to iverson will group text that i'm on with my friends. Talk is the thing. So if you are an enormous star in the tiktok world getting you involved with the company makes a lot of sense and my thought here is that i think in the old as we go to see more endorsements opposed to investments. You know you'd say like we're going to get you know josh richards or charlie delio or bryce. I'm reading the notes price hall to endorse your party to the long tail of knowledge for tiktok star. I see tiktok. But i don't know who the people are because i'm not cool at all but i think now with took being so popular and having so much cultural resonance with people that are out there using their dollars so in mark influence. It's probably reasonable that these people are going from being endorsers to be invested because once they have more money themselves and they have enough power deployed demand a seat at the table to get some ups. I did a piece of the pie. So i want to make jokes but i won't. I'll just say that in the past celebrity has had a mixed track record. But in this case. I think bringing attention via celebrity and tiktok makes sense. Okay danny leterrier pros and cons. And then i will finish this off. I think the big question is always do. The celebrities helped startup or the startups helped the celebrities. I think some celebrities have made a lot of money on their investments by think in many ways celebrities get access and in in many ways. I'm not sure they actually create the value for these companies. But because of the celebrity status they sort of get an allocation the otherwise it wouldn't have been able to get you know obviously if you're having a startup the targets gen z. Tiktok is the platform to go about do that. I just don't think it helps anyone else you know i. I just think about the company's like okay. Let's let's hope about sky flow. You know this is the polymorphic. Encryption data security company. Get josh richards to help. On what i'm kidding. Of course not so its seat and that's ultimately like you know. I think it's always about these brand plays. I'm in new york. We have a ton of successful brand plays because of the so like may richards endorses bro. And its next round and is like the the next to the guy in the commercials. I forget which the famous movie stars was on there. No one knows that this group. We're not that demographic. Danny this is where the show. We're just taking a right to the gutter. I think they're definitely serves. They can use this. I think it's fine to venture partner. Josh has been very entrepreneurial and getting a bunch of stuff out there. But what i've heard. The guy makes f ton of money saving our producers gave them work there but a ton of money doing all these sponsorship deals. I think it's fine. I just think we have to like not change coverage and we focused on in which companies make money based on which celebrities are attached to which companies like. It's always good to go back to the dollars and sense and so. I don't think it changes what we do here at techcrunch. I'm certainly not going to cover story. I actually been pitched stories. That are like gosh. Richards has invested in this company. I was like. I don't know who that is. Take this to not work in my experience talking to celebrities in and around technology events. More broadly i talked to a former doctor who about surface once that was a fiasco but i did. Enjoy my child with jared leto at a boxing event because one. I got to take a picture with him. I was topless now funny and to he actually had some pretty good he is about starts so i think there is the occasional investor who's also celebrity. Who can do some reasonable things. I'm curious to see how this bears out. Ashton kutcher is investments. Have been up and down. So we'll see. But i'm not going to be dismissive of the kids.
Startup Loom Booms on Rise of the Video Message
"Wars daily on this Thursday October twenty second. Here's a trend bits grown like crazy during the pandemic when you might not yet be aware of but watch out by this time next year I predict you will be it's called video messaging a number of services. Now offered the ability for anyone with a computer or smartphone to make a quick high quality video and send it immediately for free or cheap. One of the most basic reasons to try it. It's easier and faster to talk than it is to type according to. Founders at San Francisco Startup. Loom but loom is more than just a video version of text messaging for one it allows users to record their screens and their faces at the same time, which makes it an ideal tool for teaching and training remotely a math teacher for example, can speak directly to their students and visually illustrate that tricky geometry problem at the same time actor Ashton Kutcher. One of the APPS investors uses it to provide feedback on scripts. He told Forbes, you actually need the virtual object and the explanation at the same time in addition to conveying the real emotion. Clearly. It can be compelling to receive a video message instead of an email and that's not just anecdotal today. The company claims it has seven million users up from a couple of million pre pandemic in late May investors poured thirty million dollars into loom. Valued at three, hundred, fifty, million dollars that's double its value a year ago what's happening? Well, we're all working from home. Of course, even pre pandemic loom had conceived of its APP is appealing to remote workers but no one knew just how suddenly we'd all be communicating digitally all the time. Now loom even newer start a video card or working around the clock building out there young products to grab this new opportunity before it passes them by the first mover often wins market share and becomes the category leader at least for the foreseeable future. All of that rapid work means a lot of hiring loom is now one of the fastest growing startups around according to linked in late last month linked in named loom number nine on its list of. Top fifty startups. That's a list of privately held American companies filling bunches of jobs. The companies already ballooned from a handful of team members to almost one hundred today last week, Lumo unveiled what it's calling new loom video messaging is already attracting small businesses but loom in its rivals may not turn big profits from that market. After all, you can get their APPs with limited services for free where the big money may lie large companies the new loom includes. A custom plan for enterprises, it allows an unlimited number of users to create videos offers a virtual library for storing them. That way multiple creators can make say hundreds of different training videos that users can search loom believes many companies will want to replace time consuming synchronous webinars with short recorded videos especially, because many workers are now teaching their kids from home and they're at their jobs only after bedtime smaller businesses can get loom for about eight dollars per. User per month, the company hasn't published a price for enterprises as with any startup success isn't guaranteed for either company. Any of the larger Digital Communications Brands Zoom Microsoft teams slack could jump right into the
How We've Been using Community's SMS As Another Marketing Channel
"Welcome to another episode of Marketing School I'm Eric. Su and I'm tall and today we're going to be talking about how we've been using community. That's community DOT COM were you've been using their SMS features as another marketing channel. So Neil, do you WANNA kick it off by explaining what community DOT COM is and I'll talk about what we've been doing. Sure. So if you listen to our podcast for awhile, you'll notice that the end of some episodes or even at the beginning of some episodes will tell you hey, Texas, and we'll give out a number of what's number. Is Three One oh, three, four, nine, three, seven, eight, five. and. I recommend that you Texas at this number. So you can get a feel of how it is but community is application that allows you to have text based communication with people thinking about how you do email messaging. You can do Massimo messaging you can personalize emails think of all those feeds looped in together in a from called community helps you personalize things and helps you automate things as well and that have your own phone number versus people texting like a short coder like that. So it makes it more personal than let's say someone doing a vote for American idol. Yep We've been using community for maybe let's call it a month or month and a half, and it's been great because we have a small group of people about two, hundred, fifty people and the list continues to get bigger. But when we're about to record, let's were recording today it's a it's a Friday what will do is we will text a group saying, Hey, what are your biggest marketing struggles right now or what are your biggest business challenges and a bunch of topics will flow through and I've actually dropped a couple of topics in here and so that actually makes our lives a lot easier. So a great for that plus people are actually seeing their topics live. As well, but the other thing we're doing to is were announcing when we're doing things because if we're trying to create a community telling people that, hey, we're going to be doing this live right now you guys can join us or let's say a meal both in La we say, Hey, you know we're going to be doing the meet up. You know it's going to be on us. There'd be doing the happy hour and everyone can join on. That's in the area that's core because it it fosters that impersonal communication. So there's a lot of different ways to use community but just think. Of It. This way your open rates when it comes to text messaging, I opened probably nine percent of texts that are sent to me. Your open rates are a lot higher and the the click rate has while I'm looking at our stats. You know when we send a link, it's like forty to fifty percent clicks rate. So the engagement is very high right now and usually when a when there's a hot new channel, this engagement rates are really high and I think more and more people are going to use it. I just don't get regulator not because I was talking to a body. It'll probably get regulators is the question of what I've already seen things circling around about regulations happening with SMS Yarka and I believe it because businesses aren't using like crazy right now but that will definitely change within a few years and then you're GonNa see all these rules and regulations of privacy concerns. It's like telemarketing. It's still hard core. Now, they still haven't managed to crack the code on that but for the time being there's a lot of different apps you can use out there community dot com one that that we use I believe they're investors are like Ashton Kutcher diddy in in in these people did tell you about the spam starting to get now on my iphone? No. There's facetime, right? Yeah. And the sad part is my email and phone number out there all over the web right 'cause like on social profile for so many years the amount of calls they get a days ridiculous on average publica. Forty fifty calls on any given day literally forty fifty calls from people I don't know and this is non like telemarketers is like people because it's in your signature everywhere right? Signature as well. That was like a million emails. Email, million people like you're GONNA get messages. But now, I'm starting to get facetime spam and you can see people just trying to face him in and like sometimes you can see like the email address has the name of based have instead of like a phone number, some really dating sites and I'm like I don't even know why just ignore it because I'm like I'm married I, have a wife I'm happy and like I know people are just trying to spam and scammy for money or whatever it may be but there's behavior here. For everyone just wants to make money. Yes. short-term thinking. But anyway guys, we think it's great for right now I think just use it in by the way the what the one thing I'll say about how we use to his were pretty non spammy. We send maybe one message awake and that's it. So we don't to send multiple messages. We just say, Hey, we're doing this and we'll say reply if you actually want the link and then we just check a bunch of. People that want to link, and we'll just send them the link and that's something that can be delegated to. If you happen to have assistance on your team, you could just do that and community has a dashboard that you can be using to. So Neil, I can give ask the Neil and he can give access to other people. So it's it's pretty cool in that respect.
Why I took my Instagram & Twitter accounts private
"Before the pandemic I would I would always crack up because I could be on the train you know now. During. A pandemic it's is horrible here in New York I I don't take the train. I. Hardly go outside and when I do I, have a mask on. So people people rarely recognize me although I have been out even with a mask and a hat and people will come up which is always weird during the pandemic say are you Shaun. King. But before the pandemic could be on the train any day and I would take the train every single day and People would come up to me and they wouldn't say are you Shaun King they wouldn't say. Are you are you that are you that writer? Are you that activists organizer? Deer run the you know real justice. Grassroots. Law. They say. Are you the guy from instagram. And I would always be so surprised because. When I wake up in the morning. That's not how I see myself. I don't see myself as a damn social media celebrity. A social media as a tool and I always have like if you go all the way back to facebook and AOL even I've been using mass emails literally for over. Twenty years. You know I was I was on facebook when I was a student. I was Saban on facebook even even that is getting for over fifteen years. I've I've been on one of the first million people on twitter when it was just a a group of nerds and Ashton Kutcher and Larry King And So I've been using social media for a long time in is funny when people ask me. Are you that guy from instagram because I'm actually super late to instagram. I may have opened up an account early but I I really didn't use it like I use it now. Until way after. When I wished I really did And And so I'm always surprised by it, but it's a it's a platform that I use in an for years. I would even when I was a I was the senior justice writer at the new. York Daily News I was riding sometimes two and three articles a day every single day. And people who are all over New York would come up to me and say, Hey, sean, our each articles they will say something that really surprised me. They will say. Hey Sean I get all of my news from you. From your instagram page I'm like. Oh, my hold on. I'm the senior justice writer. At one of the local newspapers and busting my butt every single day and everywhere I would go people with a everything I learned about injustice I learned from you. On, your instagram. And and eventually, instead of being frustrated by it, I leaned into it and say, wow, this is a place that I. This is a tool that I need to us to be able to inform people in and and inspire them and point them in a in a certain direction. and. The more I use the tool. To organize, people to inform. To rally, US around causes rallies around campaigns justice change. The more I did that. The more the hate grew. The death threats grew. The spam grew and I brought in and outside secure what I have security I'm I'm recording this now from podcast studio in our house because our offices are closed. We. Have Security here at the house and we also have a cyber security firm and because so many of the death threats that we get come from online. And what we found was that. It appears multiple corporations. Are Funding. It looks like multiple different initiatives. To not only spread misinformation. And lies and spam on my page, but to flood everything that I do. With lies about who I am lies about the work that I do lies about my family Sometimes it's blatant misinformation about my perspectives or views. and. It wasn't by the the dozens or hundreds by the thousands on some days over ten thousand comments of blatant misinformation. I'm not talking about people with. Not Talking about real people with real critiques. But accounts that were created to flood everything that I do with blatant misinformation.
Ashton Kutcher called out for saying Ellen never pandered to celebrity
"Ashton Kutcher says, he was on the Ellen show and he got nothing but respect for him and his team from Ellen and her team. So as far as Ashton, Kutcher concern the stories all a bunch of bunk but maybe it's because he was Ashton Kutcher twelve thank Katy Perry came out and defended or two and Then I think Katy Perry got dragged a little bit for that. Really how come I don't know the full story I just said that she was under fire now for standing up for Allen Okay, you know what that's be as if you can't come out and stand up for your friend or somebody and say, here's my perspective on things and then you get dragged for telling your side of the story that's BS.
Ariana Grande Debuts Her Real-Estate Agent Boyfriend to the World
"Arianna Grande's confirming a new relationship in this is in her stuck with you music video and as she made her relationship public by appearing with her new boyfriend Dalton Gomez in this music video for her song with Justin Bieber and the video is filled with short clips of couples friends family dancing and singing along to the song while in quarantine you can also see Justin Bieber spending time with his wife Hailey Baldwin as well as Arianna Grande snuggling up to her dogs and a glass of wine and lots of celebrity cameos in this video Kendall and Kylie Jenner Gwyneth Paltrow and Brad Falchuk demi Lovato Ashton Kutcher with me like nest they're all making cameos Jana Grande is no longer alone in the final moments she seen kissing and hugging and dancing with a mystery man wearing a hoodie which to me seems creepy who is then revealed to be Dalton
Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis Launch Quarantine-Themed Wine With All Profits Going to Coronavirus Relief
"News Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis probably one of the hottest couples in Hollywood they've got a brand new wine called quarantine and one hundred percent of the proceeds going to corona charities we are launching quarantine wine a hundred percent that's right a hundred percent of the top will go to a handful of cherries that we have added for you and are so proud of during this time anything from the feeding families that have fallen on hard times Weinstein PPD that from my medical grow operations are helping small businesses and a couple different distress time over if you're in Florentine dot com or just click on one competition she he's like I want to say the sex I like Mr side are now he so sexist that's with me on Twitter now he goes along quarantining wind gonna rise that's a good time because alcohol sales are up huge and if anything that's okay did raise a lot of money yeah I can get one which I'm assuming it's good wine I'm assuming but I you could buy the wine and you can help at the same time and you don't have to leave your home I'm in and a hundred percent of the proceeds pretty good usually it's a hundred well they don't need it can be better than a person I guess unless they don't
"ashton kutcher" Discussed on Teach Me Something New
"And a comb and brush and a bowl full of mush in the Old Lady who was whispering Hush Goodnight Room Canaanite Moon. Good night cow jumping over the Moon K. night light and red balloon goodnight bears and good night shares. Goodnight kittens and good night mittens. Good night clock single night socks kidney little house a good night. The mouse could night combing good night. Brush goodnight nobody goodnight mice and could night to the old. Fadi whispering kid nights stars. They're good night noises everywhere while higher more like. I know I'm falling asleep when you're reading. Are you getting into a character? Do you think about it. Used Paddington bear. I feel bad for Paddington through with the pepper pig. Books I'd do it. There's some books I'd do it and then some books that I don't deny give stories just in general without books. Well he's really good at every night that I tell a story from real life. You can't do imaginary story though. She now knows everything about us. Commissioner from your life and you're like all right let me think about a story when I was eight years old uncle Mike and I used to and so she's always she's asked questions all the time about all of our lake when we were little much deeper well than the tell me imaginary after a while you run out of story so he has to go and start creating stories from real life because you story because I mean I told her. I thought this girl who sat in front of me in Second Grade was a mermaid now she thinks mermaids are real thing we've had to stop them or may talk because she's like I expect Mermaid but back before. Tell me Sir from your life it was telling me a story yeah emitted always says to have a full house. Okay like we have to have a learning curve in their. Maybe like Jesse Jesse Jesse per share are all the stories have been lately. I will say I think we're we're in tune on this one if there's like learning lesson the day like if one of the kids didn't do something they're learning what it gets injected into the story of life and so they ended the day like you know. When I was little and Uncle Mike took train. I got so upset. I didn't know what to do last night. I told this story because you know when she was playing soccer and she got really upset and I told the story about how when I played basketball against the neighbors and lost for like months on end and then it is always like a learning lesson to yeah. It was like there's a whole thing about leadership and like how I used to get really mad at my brother because he wasn't playing good enough and I would tell them you're not doing a good enough job. And then in the one time that we won every he did something good. I told him that he did something good. And then he played better and better better than we won like after school lessons. Okay have you ever had to get out of a speeding ticket? I can tell you the story for sure. One hundred percent of a really good story. I was sixteen because I must have just had my driver's license so yeah like sixteen seventeen. I was speeding. The by radical in from my parents house where I still lived so exactly what it was on sweetser in like Willoughby and I was at a stop sign and I know I didn't stop like those. Of course it ends up and rolled stop sign yet and probably going at speed limit is like you know whatever ten miles an hour that was probably going twenty miles an hour and and I got pulled over and I was like. Oh my God I I'm GonNa get into trouble if I get a ticket. I want Israel and so I'm gonNA tell story I started crying tears. Just here's and I noticed was a male cop and I was like okay can work this often the story and no. I don't I don't condone this and no one should do this. Male cop comes over. I put my window down and Mike Foale Tears Matt Hormonal Sixty. But was this real tears or meteors. I can put on a show. Okay so this pictures will but but looking real. I know that's ongoing and then proceeded to tell him that I was on my period. I've done this okay and I I need to get home bleeding everywhere and I don't know what to do and my parents live right there. I just to get home and kept saying in the suite. Poor COBB was like Oh oh okay just you know what? You're old enough to know what to do so next time. Just be more prepared. You can go now love it. That was at the ticket that ticket. Yeah doesn't anytime but it's about creating sympathy right. I created a really well. I think gene can be useful and I got out of a fifty dollars. I didn't get in trouble either and I've been running late for a flight before. David Joe Like I've never been able to use the period. Anything condone this theme. But it's very pocket if you have to reach down there it's just something that happens a couple times in life. I'm on my period. I've also had to cut the line at the airport. Okay last thing. We're going to do if you're down. Yeah it's just a quick role play not in that form I'm GonNa give you a prompt and in you. Just give me like a thirty second version of how you would play this role. So the first one is for you. Mila urine interviewee pitching for the job. Yeah Job let's say it's a marketing manager and I'm trying to get you. I'm your man. I'm the hiring manager. Yeah you're pitching me for the job. What's your closing statement after this hour long interview? We've had another backstory. My character. Okay you did. I go to college. Us College but like you've been out of work for a little bit. Yeah I be single. Obviously you haven't really worked in a couple of years but you were raising the kids and so you want to get back in the workforce okay and we just had an hour long interview. It was okay. What's your name? My name is now. It is Kim. Kim Yeah Okay. Do I have my son in the interview with me? Sure Okay Do. Would you bring your son to the interview hungry? We hear what does lollipops after we? Oh honey honey just one second. I'm so sorry he's just really hungry. You know we're just we strapped for cash so that that is why. I'm here so I'm a very hard work screen roasted. Because I'm really I'm I'm a hard worker. I'm committed to the company. Was this company in Britain industry. I'm committed to bring industry industry. You said this was this ice cream. Steve beuerlein looks at looks and be quiet. We we do. We do offer daycare as a guys. Amazing I'm cheap. I come at a low cost on the daycare I'm young you know I know how to use a spreadsheet in excel sheet. I know the Internet's I know how to face boom scenarios going really well in a higher content is only played by Swig man. Look at well I can you. Can you look at this home with this? I deal with you know. I'll get in touch with you. Get in touch with me. I'm ready so where's my travel? Look here's an ice cream shop down the street when I have a job here and Z. Being your seat I I think I learned a lot from him. I did see some facial expressions and intonation. An accident was but I think a little bit. So we're going to wrap it there. I think we're all headed out for some pecan ice cream. You really liked that ice cream. Yeah that's your favorite ice cream. Allies can't I think we've learned a lot about a lot of things so thank you guys so much. It was amazing..
"ashton kutcher" Discussed on Teach Me Something New
"Welcome to teach me something new. I'm your host Brit Morin and this is a production of iheartradio and Britten. Co All my life. Everyone's told me I should focus on being good at one thing. What the truth is. I'm curious about a lot of things. But how do you learn about everything? The answer make the world's best experts teach you in less than an hour so come along with me as we all learned something new in today's episode of teach me something new my co host and husband. David is sit down with Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis. We wanted to know if acting as a skill they use in their real lives and if they have any tricks for us they break down some of the biggest tips they learned as actors and gets pretty hilarious. Believe it or not this is their first podcast together and I in depth interviews together since their days on that seventy. Show take a listen. We're thrilled to have meals. Coons Ashton Kutcher joining us today. They're here to teach US something new about acting specifically acting skills. We can all use in everyday life. Is that what this is Kgo homework? You were like out of the fetus acting. I'm pretty sure naturally I feel like I can put on a falk in all about it. Yeah explain how different you and I. You're very well aware of how different you and I are acting. We are very different acting. How did you guys start acting? I started when I was nine now. I fell at Lisa. Frank added that it was after I mean everybody was annot coblets nine year old at that. Okay I came to the states when I was seven. I'll give you a quick world comes as when I was seven. I was a little shy learned English. My parents were like well. She's precocious to say the least at. But I was very shy because they didn't speak the language very well. Those thing advertised on the radio called Beverly Hills Studios And it was advertised as a fun place for kids to meet other kids and it was like on a Saturday class for spivey hours and you had to edition and you see if you get in everyone got it so I got an and they're like cool your daughter so talented. We need a check for six hundred dollars. You know is one of those things such a scam total scam. My Dad like hail. No because maybe we had six hundred dollars in the bank account at that time. I mean like maybe somebody had left in. My mom was like I'm gonNA write the check so she wrote the check to this day for like. Why did you write the checks? Because I don't know I had a feeling so she wrote back to these classes. My parents worked multiple jobs full-time and I met my manager. Who's my manager to this day? That makes it twenty seven years. Wow Andrews driving down the street saw gaggle of kids and was like yeah. This seems like a good place pulled over and was like what's is this like. It's an acting studio. She was on a major hotel. La Story went to showcase. My parents were like listen. If you want to do this at nine you have to make the decision if we want to go to other agents and other managers and for whatever reason I chose Susan Curtiss and then here we are. Did you know inside your heart like this is what I want to know? Because at nine years old it started. Understand what this is. It's not like social media existed where it gave you. A trajectory of life is possibly going like. There was no way of seeing from eighty. It kinda was like oh I can play. Pretend fun at the time. It seemed like so much fun like I can just say these words and people give me accolades and pay attention to me right dope like that's all it was we all know where it's ended up in Ashton. What about you did a play in middle school and when I was six or seven th grade or something like this and I got a laugh while one laugh one lab. Okay just in the way that the plane like the fief in this play and I was like this is amazing and that was it and I did. Every single play through all of middle school. Every single play in high school was in like the Thespian society and competed instinct competitions for acting and then you immediately different. I think it would like psychoanalyze. I think it was like being the middle kid of three and like my brother had a heart transplant were thirteen. I think it was just like literally just getting attention was like the drug that I got hooked to. And then we're the technical aspects interesting like how to do it. No I mean I was just kind of like flying by the seat of my plants and showing up and I was also in sports and other things so I would come to like half of the rehearsals and then it was show night just like turn on just go it was all just fully instinctual and then I just fell in love with it city. You think it's an innate ability or can anyone act I. I don't know if we agree on this. I think that there's a general sense of being able to play. Pretend really well that you can sort of see at a young age and some people kind of have that talent and some people need to really work on that talent and I think with enough work you can get to a certain point but you may never get to the point of the people that are hyper successful in that field. If you don't have some version of that any talent like you can learn all the mechanics of acting but being able to pull it off and have confidence in it in the moment and throw yourself all the way in. That's a whole other thing. I see meal do things as an actor that I go. I don't even know how you're doing that right that I just like. Look up to and admire so much. 'cause she just has this capacity fully jude things. I just don't understand how she's doing whereas like I can do with the mechanics all day long to get there and never get to the places that she goes. What's your take on that question? Can anyone be an actor? I actually agree see. I agree with that. Yeah I do think that that. I think that anyone can act. I do think that anybody could be put into play. Anybody can do it like your skill is your voice. Your body like a form of that right but as far as being successful at acting. I do believe at an early age. There's a certain type of people that just innately have good imagination or the ability. You know our kids are the best rankings. Finance our kids are in different classes ripe. So they're like dance class or this class Full disclosure my. My children are going to be dancers. Okay that'll never happen Mike and promise you my kids are. Could THEY DANCE. Yes yes do they love it yes do I think they're the greatest human beings ever created. Of course I do but they are kids in their dance class that I look at that I go. Oh well clearly that kid if wants to he can or she can succeed by it. I think it's like one of these things I think the NBA or like the NFL or like any of those things where it's like. If you work incredibly hard and you're semi-athletic you could be successful to a certain level But to go pro you either have to have like some physical capacity that most people don't have like I mean. I watched like this Guy Tyreek Hill for Kansas City. And he's like running like four to forty and you're just like that's insane. Like if I tried to tackle tyreek Hill that would be impossible to maneuver. Just wouldn't be so. I think there's a point where you go. You know the system kind of filters out the people that don't have some volatility. Yes we're like. What the back next semester. Yeah which I think is every industry. I think when you find your calling us because you have found your x-factor guests like a you clearly found yours but you both of you did. Like add really is true. Yeah so you can get a really good generalists at how you're acting styles different from one another out. Say how we're different doing? Take you to a median sir. I this is how we're different. I can click in and out of character. No problem In between cakes can snap out of rain between scenes out of it. My husband has to live it now. What does that mean like similar live it became becomes that character a little bit throughout the process? He comes home and he still has the same body mannerism or the same voice or the same you know. Xyz It's weird. And maybe just the way that I deal with it but I almost look at acting as therapy..
"ashton kutcher" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"Alike you I admit it. Yeah Yeah speaking of you being right. You're right about the Polynesian migration. You sent me an article. Sinon article you did it. I'm GonNa you know I was laying in bed last night thinking about like God. Damn this bitch. I'm going to go through all my fucking anthro things. I'm going to go through those old books. I have. I imagining all this shit. I am not imagine her of Shit. Well can we be honest about something beyond love honesty? You went to college in One. Thousand Nine hundred seventy two and times have changed a little bit since. I'm totally open to like discovering the science was bad they learned right when I'm not okay with is that I imagined the science because I I can't make up a whole theory about white English. Women became pregnant by American. Gi's I I'm not gonNA just dream that up. I definitely read that that could be sense debunked but yes and I guess you need to be open to the debunking. Oh I'm open wide I don't mind if you go. Yeah we well by the way that happened when we interviewed Jason De Leon Afterwards. I talking with some anthro teachers and she was like stone. Ever say that everyone came over on the Siberian Land Bridge. Which is what I was taught. Twenty years ago that all of the native Americans and native South Americans had come over from the bering strait land bridge and migrated south until they reached the tip of Patagonia. She saying they're finding like watercraft and stuff that shows that no all those people in South America. They got there by boat so anyways it's all up in the air. Yeah I just don't want to be guilty of like conjuring up fake thing but also people remember things wrong I do. I mean I learned stuff and I'm definitely remembering all that wrong. There's no way definitely wrong. I'm wrong okay. Another thing you're right about. Oh I'm really giving brewster OAKINGTON stroke through good slow okay. So radio lab blame that episode. I love that episode was entered a long time ago. And you know you keep saying he has epilepsy and in my head. I was like he don epilepsy. He has something else. And it's definitely not epilepsy and it is a beloved see. I went back and listened. I would never forget. That is my uncle. Joel had the exact same procedures. The guy in blame and but he didn't have any down You know how no it's all but what before ever heard blame. Here's what I heard from Uncle Joe. He was going in for that procedure and they warned he and his wife he may experience a radical shift in his personality. And I thought what a precarious procedure to have where you might be a different person when you wake up and then that gave me the idea to make a movie about a guy who gets that and then just becomes like a rides harleys and stuff but then we find out he just used it as an opportunity bill. A second chance to be we wanted to the cute concept right anyway. Blame okay so it is epilepsy but a little more context so he had the surgery. Oh and one thing I always find so fascinating about that surgery is he? He was a musician. Music was a huge part of his life so he was awake during the surgery and he said this is the one element to my life that cannot change and so they had him saying throughout the surgery and when they hit a part of his brain where he stopped singing they stayed away from it. Yeah it's just so fast I know okay so the doctor who was on this said the way. The brain is organized. There are parts of our brain that are way deep down that control base desires like hunger and sex keeps US alive but it's teeming with the nastiest thoughts. We all have these crazy thoughts in our head in most of us. Those thoughts are kept in check because there are other parts of our brain that sit on top and act like lid but in Kevin's case the brain surgeon. Who DID THAT? Surgery removed part of that filter and suddenly all sort of came to live. Yeah it's crazy. We'll the part of it that I hated to even comprehend right was that is within all of us to be a pet of feel it is. It sounds like so. That's what's crazy is this guy starts watching pornography and then just every kind of pornography's appealing to him all of a sudden and had not been prior. Yeah everything is on the table. Rolls your repressive instincts which are good in a lot of these ways that goes away because member who was also like he was eating a ton he was gained weight. He wanted to focus wife all the time he wanted to eat. Sweets like just got so indulgent to the extremists. Something horrible happened. What so emily? Emily's Burger. Yeah they contacted me and they said we want to send you guys something special and I was like. Oh my God GonNa be dead. I don't know what it is but I want it so she was like okay. It's perishable all the better I know accused me so then I get to my apartment one day and there's a tag it didn't get left. Oh Shit I hate that. Got Everyone in the world. No signature required. Just no more signature required. Yes our world has changed. No one's going to be around to get this shit I headed texture and say they didn't leave it and she was like. Oh No okay. Well the you know it won't last that's already gone and she was like but there's a few other things in there for you guys like some sweatshirt and stepchild. No hey great and but I was like well not in a rush to go pick that up from the post office. The Post Office calls today. And they're like I'm this is Teresa from the post office EWW PACA cheer and it smells horrible. All all my God smells horrible. Old Burger has to be right. I meet don't even know. I think it's Ron moving. I think it was like the components action. I have no idea actually what it is. Hopefully I ask emily if she'd send us another one to to your house because they'll be people there to sign for it. I want it whatever it is I want it. So but what if it comes while I'm at Austria and I can't eat it I won't be able to save it for you. I can't perishable Monica spiritual. Oh I had such a bad time in Austria because you didn't get my food anyway so this is a disaster because now I think the sponsors probably we probably can't even wear. They probably smelled pretty good luck. Smell like me a d. rail good update don't has her back back so back to brain surgery and all your good good. Wrap up okay. So any sex with an underage person is trafficking. That's what you said You. Just learn so yeah. According to the definition used by homeland security human trafficking involves the use of force fraud or coercion to obtain some type of Labor or commercial sex act. That's what it means. I thought it meant transporting so did I. Trafficky yeah letter word for them. Sorry yeah get a better word. Very sorry but need a better word okay. So we talked about a lot about foster care. So yes so. He said five hundred thousand a year. Hey Google how many children are in foster care in the United States? Here's what I understood from the website. Adoptuskids dot org according to the most recent federal data. They're currently more than four hundred thousand children in foster care. Do you want a little more context? No thank you so. Kristen works really closely with this organization called. Alliance of MOMS HERE IN L. A. It's awesome organization. That's working to sort of help some of these issues and I emailed the woman who runs it jewels and I asked her to send me some stats and she she mainly have California stats but she then emailed me this morning and said so. The two thousand eighteen fiscal year numbers are four hundred. Thirty seven thousand two hundred eighty three children in foster care and I know the population Iceland right but then Ashen may also as like. It's a lot but it's it's not so many unmanageable like we can do things. We have the resort. Yes and then she said two hundred sixty two thousand nine hundred fifty six entering during the fiscal year of two thousand eighteen. So Oh so. She sent me some other stats. So she sent a graph about pregnancy and so for the general population at age seventeen. You have ten percent pregnancy. Oh wait ten percent of seventeen or pregnant. That's what it says for Foster Youth. It's twenty six percent at age. Seventeen the second. This is an incredible and then at age. Nineteen twenty point one percent for the general population. Okay and for foster youth forty nine point three percent by age ninety s a roof who boy well and that's what alliance moms does they'll do these events and they'll bring these moms and basically try to break that cycle. Yeah Yeah it's a big job but it's it's amazing all right and dairy queen. Warren Buffett owns dairy queen. I have no idea either. But Yeah berkshire-hathaway your his big conglomerate yet but dairy queen in Nineteen Ninety eight for five hundred eighty five million dollars. Oh Wow and. It's rumored that he likes the Vanilla soft serve top of chocolate syrup and malted milk powder. Of course he does of what original buffet he he mixes it up. I Bet I'm surprised. I wouldn't have been surprised if he just likes to eat a bear cone like nothing. Asi LOVES THEIR CONE now. He's like a normal did an eccentric normal. Do Normal Fascinating documentary about Warren Buffett. I love Warren Buffett. He's awesome but his wife who was Very ambitious engaged woman who loved worn ton- It occurred to her. He's never leaving Omaha. Like that's it. He he will be there and he works a lot and she said. I WanNa live in San Francisco. I just want to and I looked projects. I WanNa you know. She's a philanthropist. And so she left. She moved to San Francisco. They didn't get divorced he. She loved him and she said to one of their mutual friends. Can you please come over and make Warren Dinner? Because if you don't he won't eat like he's hyper focus. She asked us neighborhood woman if she'd do that in. That neighborhood woman started doing that and then they started spending more and more time together and then she moved in and they lived together. It seems quite clear they did and they still together and the wife though got sick and died of cancer and Warren was there with her and took care of her in yet was so they had a thing. And I love it Yeah I guess it's just very open. I just admire everyone's like oh that's cool. That's how you guys do things. But this is this thing that works for us. I don't really care about the societal pressure of that. I just kind of admire that but also you know he gives half his money me gives he's GonNa give it up. He gives all this. He has that sort of declaration. What's it called like a buffet list? Her something's the bill and Melinda Gates thing initiated and they got him to sign up right. Yeah where you give half your money away. I think even more I think he's he's I think he's like designated to give like eighty percent of his Excellency sign up for this pledge someplace wealth. Pledge the pledge it's available dairy queens says hey google what is the bill and Melinda Gates wealth pledge on the website giving Pledge Dot Org they.
"ashton kutcher" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"It was perfect. Oh I got vapor. Would've thought he was from Toronto. The way he delivered absolutely and I kind of an auto body experience where I was like you know because for the most part and I think you are similar in this way it's like vacancy. You make it if they invite me into some show or movie just act like I belong there when I you know the kid from a dirt roads like how the fuck are you here but I can silence that voice quite often. We've been doing that every day for our entire life. Things of fraud as We belong in this room absolutely any all day long and then I just had this moment. Where Sam Elliott's talking like a buffoon? We've somehow encouraged him to do that. And I had just this allowed myself to recognize. How are you sitting with Sam Elliott? And he's now doing this silly funny thing. You and Ashton started. How did this happen? This guy's from roadhouse. Yeah it just made me so thrilled that I like. I could see my life from outside of it. I was like somehow you ended up cutting up with Sam Elliott. But that was you. Here's the thing I admire about you. The most in those episodes which is your ability to completely. Just fuck off for the two for three days of rehearsal and then on show night dial in and everything is perfect was just a at one point. The director came up to me because I started fucking off because I was like a virus. A jacket around like in the scene trying different lines and doing what? At one point the DRAKO's we goes. Listen DAX is really great at doing this Ono goes. Here's the thing if you're both doing that it's just going to be a mess so I would prefer if you just stay on both steady Kiki the line and by the way. He was totally right. Because I was just all over the place and then when it came shown I I was not ready to like. I don't have the gift that you have. So that I ended up evidences rain and bring them all the whole night view. Because it's your show like I'm doing did let also say you might have reigned it in. But the motive Operandi became. We made sure they got what they were aiming to get. And then we end in you and I had about four takes for us. We were just in my audience. We were just flanking for laughs. This is what I'm telling you. I'm not being too sentimental when I say this. This show taught me to love process because you and I became. Let's you and I have fun with this audience. That's right there and to do it knowing this will never make the show. I don't think I've ever acted that way where I was like started going will now. We're going to do a take work. I know certainly this will not make the cut. So we're doing it literally for the love of doing. It was a breakthrough for me. It's the beauty of shooting in front of a live audience all the glory the instinct gratification. That you get when you front of a live audience and you feel like you're the funniest person on the planet. Even if you're not dash said this is like a virtual reality game where you get to experience. What it's like to be Chris? Rock level of fun? Yeah I'm like I would have never thought I could experience what it feels like to be Chris. Rock and you go. Why the fuck do you think I've been doing this for twenty years like this? Yes it's fucking intoxicating and it's why I keep doing keep doing sitcoms is because it's so yummy. Oh it's so fun and so I know a lot of people that are in our industry that are just naturally funny individuals like Nah like the way they say. Milk makes you laugh. I don't have that thing like I need material. I either have to really think about coming up with material. That's going to be funny. I've got like I have to grind on it. I have to like dissect the joke to understand the whole process but when you're in front of an audience on a Sitcom like that they don't know that there's a writer right you rehearse rehearse for three days they think you're just winging it and they're convinced that your whole warious well and we do a couple takes only confirms this theory that the. I think these people are making this whole show up in front of its exhilarating. It is it is the Lakeville so you said the director and I just WANNA say publicly David Trainer so David Trainer did all of this heavenly show every single episode of seventy. And you met him when you're nineteen. Yeah and then he did every episode of the Ranch. Yes eighty episodes of that. I mean truly beautiful man much taller than both of you and is you got to buy into like some kind of parental thing yet. But he's also just a brilliant human being. Yes a respected intelligence. Then he also has this sort of staggering height. Gives you this? You know whenever you're looking up to someone that I think it sort of triggers. Something something primitive. Yeah Yeah it's a primitive thing like when you're looking at your dad it's like when you're hanging out with Shaquille O'Neal you feel like he could like cradle. You feel like you're in charge of the whole life. Oh My god God bless. Ya in a confined dose you and I are ideal. We're looking de. That's ideal for Maggie. Not like going into basketball games with my wife because I feel like an inferior humid or like if you go and stand on the sidelines at a football game. You're saying it looks like real football player. You're like I am an inferior human being to these other humans and I feel so insecure right now. They run through me like a paper paper. House for sure. Yeah it's I ju Jitsu might just watch a video of you rolling with some world champion. There's a video of it. Yes I had a hunch. It was no it was yesterday okay. So he was number one guy in the world yes in so. I'm not going to read your Kapiti again. A already did that and I know your life story. I was like it's incumbent upon me to do a little something so I just typed in your name and then hit news was like Oh maybe something interesting happened. Recently that I've missed found out meal. Ah went somewhere and showed off. Her legs found out. You guys are getting divorced. And then there's a video comes right up if you hit news. And it's you rolling with this world champion. I have. I got to watch the video. I think even the article that was attached to it. I rose like for anyone who was questioning. Ashton's commitment who recent brown belt in October. Whatever you month you got your brown belt. This should settle all debate. And it shows you getting into working your ass. Oh God you're going to be real happy with it. I'm not going to be this guy legitimately the end. It was like a three minute sessions. I mean He. He showed me a bunch of different techniques and stuff so as it was at the end of the workout and was the last thing that we did and I was like all right. All just roll with you for a little bit. Just don't hurt me face so I'm rolling with it. I am exhausted at the end and at the end like after he finished rolling with me he went and roll with some of the after show. I didn't even know is being filmed. These things come out of the gym like that. I got my brown belt that I don't want out this last thing I want. I am the worst brown bill in the country of Scotty like dot. I'm not good at the right. You just learned to walk exactly so the last thing I want is like some guy tough guy and wanting to show me get and he's only a purple belt. Non Brand wants to show. I'll go even. Why just wants to be picking a fight with me? I don't WanNA fight anyone. I'll go even further twenty-three-year-old me sees this movie. Star Ashton Kutcher is a brown belt. Thinks he's something and I'm not even I'm a purple belt. I would be like. Oh you think you're a bad motherfucker because you've trained in this you're right there's no win it's the thing. I least want to have happen anywhere but anyway back to my point is my teacher. He Machado whose this hulking human being. Whose neck is like the size of my waist and when he tells me something. I've just like yes sir but I need someone who's of that magnitude yes because otherwise I'm like okay. Let's just roll this out. Really creepy metal designed right. Right right my alpha will go nuts. Yes Oh God the Egos in that great. Its ugliest thing about me. Well I have to admit it about myself so embarrassing but yeah it takes well. Monica and I we deal with this constantly. So we'll have a debate in real life. And then we get someone on here. Like your buddy jared or we'll get. Adam grant the whole we'll get whoever they'll say virtually the exact same thing that either one of us may be. It made that same point earlier in the week but we were like what the Hell is. They know you know we both just dismissed but then also you can get them on here. We're awesome are wide open to digest. Take on their expertise. They've earned it earned. You haven't earned it but they have we have we we. We are the peanut gallery exactly are officially gallery by the way doing real well. It's good to be practicing appreciation of the fact that I am surviving living the peanut gallery and by the way. I really appreciate the first time I was here. You didn't have the lazy boy now. You have a lazy boy that you wasn't no you didn't have a lazy boy when I came here. The law huge like a desk chair that you're sitting white old right now the first time so I really appreciate that you now actually rock.
"ashton kutcher" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"The or whatever just so you're up on it a little a little cold so I don't want the next guy to get. That's all right. Ah It's a risk that we all run with the little coal. Okay do you have kids. How old's your kid kind of three year old and a five year old so you? You're always sick. I'm Petri addition my house and they go to the daycare and it's like they throw up on each other all day and then they come home and it's like then they're just like you know my son legitimately we. We put him to bed last night and he comes out and he's like I threw up and vomit all over the carpet and I'm sitting there. Like got dyson vacuum cleaner trying to suck up his vomit off the carpet last night. It's really glamorous. And what what what they just throw up kids they just throw. Oh Up Shit and peel over the PLA- man like that sounds like it's easier to control a dog of some kind. I mean it kind of you have dogs. Ah Yeah I mean but I grew up with. I'm from Iowa and so like you keep your dogs outside right so wait what part of I will like Cedar Rapids Iowa City. Oh yes where did you grow up on land. I grew up in Sierra which is like the second biggest say yeah and then my parents got divorced whereas a thirteen or something. My mom moved the country. And she's like you're coming with me. It's I ended up moving out so like a farm at the heavy time to get the divorce news. Thirteen yeah it was you know. I have a twin brother other and he had a heart transplant Iran. That time and I think it was just like really hard on the whole thing and so that that happened before the divorce. Like right around the same. How's he doing now? He's great with the new heart. Yeah from when he was a kid time he was the youngest person than ever to be put on an artificial heart It's an artificial heart. What he had an artificial heart in the hospital? His heart failure cardiomyopathy. Where like basically the? It's like a virus that attacked the heart and break down the cardio and so he had holes in his heart and so they put him on an artificial heart and at the time he was the youngest first person ever to be put in an artificial heart. Yeah and then it was like I I was in the room with him and it failed And kicked me out of the room and within like I mean he had like twelve hour steel or something and then he got moved to number one on the list for heart transplants. Then he got a heart and he's now I mean we're forty one and he's lives in Colorado Sun really engaged. You marry news that's amazing showy. So but when they do that when they when they get a hard for a kid that age does Ed. There's a heart that age. No well it was my they. They don't really tell you where the heart comes right but I think it's just about is so I think he got a heart from a woman in Florida somewhere. Yeah it's crazy and does he. Does he still have to take pills for the rejection pills. Yeah his whole life his whole life because basically you you now you put a foreign. An object in your body is actually really similar to a lot of autoimmune diseases. Yeah where your body sees a part of your own body is a foreign attack it and yeah so It's it's it's virtually the same thing so they they they give them you know it's amazing that he lived and everything's alright is incredible credible and you guys are close We were really close when we were young. Yeah that thing sort of took us a little bit further apart because we he was hospital for liquor year. Basically so you around the country with your mom and he's in town. I was with my dad and I was with various people and and wherever they have me while this was taking place right and then and then like through the years years like he moved to. I moved out. I moved to New York with nineteen. He lives in Denver. Now we just kind of my sisters down in Louisiana or families. It's kind of all over the country. How many are there of you guys three of US House? That's it. Yeah the kids. Yeah the my parents are in Iowa. And they're both still they're still divorced from each other. unhoped both remarried. Yeah great people but when he moved to the country was it a big seen a big farm kind of situation or what. Yeah it was a little weird. Yeah I mean I went from where we started the dogs outside. Yeah I went from I wake from the city And then we moved to the country. And you know there's a little bit of you know when you go into that there's a little bit of attitude like really country kid and so it was like that. I had a car waiting. Wait you're live around the city. Yeah you're like fourteen fifteen you've got to prove yourself. You gotTA fight somebody in order to like. Oh yeah well it's Kinda like the base this dance bass don't come into my dance based and I'm GonNa coming into your so. He moved to the country anymore. It's a smaller school. And you just got right in there and kick some guy's ass here. I started playing football like the guy just started like. Yeah got it a couple of flights and this and that and right right now I I do too but I don't fight like I was west. Fish fight you got into. We do have that instinct. Because I don't don't you know some people do i. I thought it might be my dad when I was young. My Dad was like you know we. We came from like a pretty Christian Catholic family. Turn the other cheek right and I remember being a kid like getting punched and just being like I just keep walking and then when you get older and you build up enough frustration and then you fight for for a while I was like I thought yeah and then I just realized this is stupid right. Let's get this. This really hurt somebody getting just kinda no point. Yeah I like doing Jujitsu who was a wrestler when I was a kid And on Dame yeah yeah that was my. That was my sport when I was young. And I really didn't have an outlet for that and I actually like if I'm pissed off. It's nice to go do some Jujitsu and then you'd feel fine afterwards. Joey are you good at it. I'm all right. Yeah I'm okay I I can see. Yeah so it's like he's like are you better than me. I'm like no. You're better than me you win. Let's say we don't need to fight this. Who Do you then? Who Do you fight people who are at your level? I mean I spar with the folks via Eh coach brings me. Yeah Yeah and that's no competition snow. No I don't need to chief so all right so here you are you out in the farm. You're growing up in Iowa. You Brothers got problems. Your sisters where she lost in the mix somewhere. Yeah my sister stirred basically sort of lone wolf it and like the older younger older. She's like a couple of years older than us now. Where were you like Were you like an angry kid. The outside the fighting. Did you push back. Did you rebel get in trouble. What the fuck happened? I mean he's rebelling in Iowa's like I smoked a joint tonight so I did that and then and then I I I was actually really good student. Did you know sort of straightened out. And then my senior year. My cousin and I broke into the school. I think I read it. I got I got a defer judgment on a felony offense for third third degree burglary. What was the intent? What were you going for steal some shit young poor and wanted to money? We're going to go to the lab exactly exactly burners five disc CD exchanger. There we can you know and then my cousin stab some scissors and a soda machine like trying to. I'm like what are you doing can change. Like what are we going for you. You're just like half ass you're trying to rob a school busted. Yeah we I I mean it was. It was funny so it's not funny. It was stupid but we were. I was dating the principal's daughter at the time really. So that's that's probably not good. So this compounded the issue like you're right no. He did like no until this happened and then he was like because I come. Almost almost directly from their house met with my cousin. And we went in. And you'll pick locks and so I picked stole the fucking keys. Why the old man man just pick the lock can still do that? Maybe I haven't really kept up on my lock. Picking skills tougher exactly the I mean if it was a digital lock. I could probably figure it out. Now you got you got you got connections. Yeah Yeah you've got to have you've got you've probably invested in an APP which will pick a digital. Lock your breakdown. Yeah if not. I'll find right so so we went And we got we are in the school kind of like walking around and I honestly we were like you know. My cousin wanted to get his test from the next day. He would cheat on the Tas- yeah. I mean. We really weren't doing anything right. And we didn't know there were silent alarms in the school and I look out the window and I see a car pull into the parking lot. It was like like one the morning and it was like this is weird wiser car and then all of a sudden cousin sees two cop cars and we just start running we bolt out of the school and there is a Cornfield in on the other side of the Cornfield was a creek bed and that creek bed lead all all the way back to the next town. Yeah and so. We're thinking if we can get to that creek bed. It's back in the woods. There's no way they're gonna fly and that's where I would be home free and so we start out of the school and then we shoot back into the school and we're in this room that was like right on the edge where it's two hundred yards sprint to the creek bed and we're sitting in the room we're like okay. You ready one two three. Come out the door that cops or stand there and we're at gunpoint and we're like WHOA. WHOA and then yeah and then why did you go back into the school when you got you went out? And then because they were on our tail we are. They say when we're out they were on our tail and we turned a corner we pop back in but it seemed that they didn't see us go back in and then they did and that so he could have gone shot. Okay so you went to jail jail. Yeah Yeah and then my parents then they were like we're not gonNA come get you never like wait for your Raymond. How many days was that? It was a good day. Oh Yeah Yeah Sweden in jail or near Weston. Yeah and then what happened with the charges a I got it for a judgment got probation and I wasn't allowed to leave the leave. The County County. Yeah my girlfriend brings me. Yeah immediately and And then I wasn't allowed to do any extra curricular regular anything. I didn't get kicked out of the school which I wearing some where your hero were a lizard I was the I shamed. The city right is like a town. There were fifty two people in my graduating class. I mean it was either one hundred people my town like. I'd shamed the city so the outlaw thing. It wasn't a didn't didn't go. Well no the sentence now. Nothing I mean I did a bunch of community service. What was that I had to do that? Want to help. Kids get on the bus in the morning and stuff like painted a fenced and like I had a vacuum in an old folks home. Yeah there you go. Yeah -T's good. This is like forty hours of that. Yeah it's because I fought a traffic ticket. Speeding being taken by the way my community service. No worse than any of the jobs I had when I was that age so it was like sort of like not really. It was just like a job. I didn't get paid for like this. This is not this isn't show. When when does this.
Why Some Celebs Are Giving Out Their "Phone Numbers" to Fans
"Not give your phone number two celebrities for two reasons lindsey y your phone the number is don't you know your phone number is like very bad if you give out your phone number or to a lot of people's bad for security because of the way that security works now if somebody has your phone a number can be very bad like someone the wrong person even just the number okay just look look it up i'm not gonna explain it okay to the reason why celebrities these are asking for your phone number is because there's this new startup that i think is invested in by like ashton kutcher ashton kutcher it's bad but that's not the point what is what they're they're trying to do which is actually kind of genius i hate it is that when instagram like goes away or changes or anything like when these platforms change instagram graham has control of like their fan bases essentially like their audiences right and so of instagram where the disappear how would they connect with their fan bases oh why don't you get their phone numbers now starting now so that eventually if that ever happens you have their phone numbers right almost like collecting emails for like a newsletter and then re using the e mails for something else that is what this company is doing in the promise that like bill occasionally text people back that's like the strategy of the of the startup but what they they want very maliciously is your phone number so that when instagram goes away tiki TK TK who knows that they'll have your numbers yeah i went to see i wanted to say TVD but i said t k lickin journalism so you so you're telling me you've never texted us celebrities using this no do not give the celebrities your phone number they don't want to text you they don't they don't know and they'll they'll show videos it's like it's all using this app called community they'll show videos of them like responding to some but they're getting thousands and thousands of texts you're not gonna and get a real response from ashton kutcher and also why would you want one he doesn't know you he doesn't care
Demi Moore Says Her 'Addiction' to Ashton Kutcher Was 'Devastating'
"Demi Moore says her addiction addiction to ask Ashton Kutcher was devastating slash encourage I'm sorry as is never a big fan muse I sent in a book I'm a big fan of mine either images I know is he does know any idea I am so does matter so I'm just a little trouble jump scale bird never huge fan even that seventies show which I want to like because I like the seventies do you like it here the laugh track anything with a laugh tracks in it I'm out yeah it's just brutal man but demi Moore opening up about her struggles with ex husband Ashton Kutcher and the effects of their relationship had on their three daughters on her three daughters the addiction and a coke the took the codependency like my nation Ashton we almost more devastating because it took me seriously way emotionally mmhm watching the behavior with Ashton all those years because everyone had left the house it was just me living there it felt very forgot I felt very for god I felt and I feel like I developed and nurtured a narrative where she didn't Love Me and I truly believed in and blah blah blah blah goodness the whole point was she was addicted not married to but she was addicted Ashton Kutcher MLR cerebral rehab centers for people who are addicted to Aston codes right I saw that on
Jury recommends death penalty for "The Hollywood Ripper"
"This jurors in LA have decided to Hollywood Ripper should get the death penalty maybe the little one of the jury are these are so say you one so say you all Michael dard you low was convicted of murdering two women in trying to murder a third person in the LA area the first woman who was stabbed to death in Hollywood had been dating actor Ashton Kutcher are jewelers lawyer says his client is
Ashton Kutcher uses Demi Moore drama to direct fans to app
"That may I finally unleash the entire theory I have over Ashton Kutcher yes do a ninety bag today man okay so yesterday we learned a little bit about what was in demi Moore's autobiography and some of the things she says about Ashton Kutcher are really really not flattering to him and we had wondered like how do you think he feels about this yeah right and we thought maybe he had signed off on it and I said look we'll give it a couple minutes we'll see what he says like when maybe he's interviewed well do you we didn't have to wait that long but the way that he responded to it is the debate EST bag thing he could have possibly done okay tell me what he tweeted yesterday. he tweeted I was about to push the button on a really snarky tweet when I saw my son daughter and wife and I deleted it now you might call all good for him you know we practice self control. number one I would say by tweeting about not tweeting about it he's tweeting about that's just like one of those things like I was about to say something really mean that's where you learned aren't used aren't I lucky that you didn't say something mean thank you. that is like that is a high level passive aggression that you learn from Minnesotans but he's also from Iowa so close enough okay so don't do well exactly clearly I'm but then it goes on any treats the following. for truth text me whites and they need Texas out a number which I'm gonna say because he tweeted out and I can say it and guess what don't tweet it okay and I'll tell you why the texter don't sorry I don't tax it he said he puts this like one three one nine five one nine zero five whatever you can look it up if you want to six thank you. if you tax that do you know what happens I do because I've done it before what. you get eight invitation. to the community. what's the community. it's his like social networks yeah didn't we do this so I'm glad you were gullible enough to fall for it and then you started getting some spam I. in you know what's really okay so here's actually interesting here some insider information on that like I got that text back that was basically like join the community blah blah blah and they didn't do anything with that just about three weeks ago I started getting pestered again no not even probably like a week ago that number started tweeting you're texting me back again. join the community get to spend time with Ashton Kutcher could get to know the real him so obviously like it when the latent for a hot second and now they're trying to re embark on this stupid journey. to get to know Westing good no actually. I've never wanted to get to know Ashton Kutcher. in you know what's it like this is the part that really gives. what I love about this is so trashy and it is easy so like he's always I think Ashton Kutcher has always modeled himself a sort of like Leo de Caprio junior like he's you know it's that Hollywood man syndrome we got a circle HMS Hollywood man's HMS Ashton Kutcher he to suit exactly more like anyway full of hot air and gas blue blue what it does say was. he he's like I'm gonna spend thirty million dollars on a social media happens really transform my friend even one muscularity slim around like two beliefs trying to disrupt the whatever well over and basically it's like no dude you just can't get a real job in Hollywood so you're like sitting around with your over paid you know privileged cronies you know. trying to come up with excuses for your sad I mean it's. but also to use this moment when demi Moore has like I mean many of the headlines about demi Moore and her autobiography are. at Jack yeah including but not limited to the story she tells about I'm essentially being brokered for sex work by her mother yeah and the miscarriage she suffered at the at six months of practice and really like the death of her child it is that is a state that is essentially a stubborn and Ashton Kutcher wants to take this moment to promote his social network. through her painful sharing of her story. that tells me so much about who Ashton Kutcher is it confirms for me a lot of the crap she said about him in that both course and it just it wasn't all that he's gone for we already know which is it he's a D. bag because you can just smell it the way that he interacts with the world around him that it just comes across very like patronizing and very sort of looked on the nose and again you know look demi Moore I'm glad that she's sharing their stories and they are personal and
Bruce Willis Supports Ex-Wife Demi Moore at Her Memoir Launch — and Brings His Current Wife
"Well I don't like demi Moore's ex husband Ashton Kutcher her first ex husband Bruce Willis is being very supportive of his ex wife's memoir released inside out Bruce Willis joined anymore at her book party to celebrate the release of her memoir along with their three children and his current wife. am I having you know it's more he looks she makes it look good in the book yes hi Ashton Kutcher doesn't look so good and uncertain as he why yeah maybe it's because he's not so good then he kind of proof well yeah listen FOR D. bags today he'll show up again don't
Ashton Kutcher Deleted a 'Snarky' Tweet After Demi Moore Said He Cheated
"Okay we've been talking so much about demi Moore's book right yeah called inside out it is out this week it reveals all sorts of things about her life and everybody's been kind of wondering where does Ashton Kutcher stand on all of this because in the book Ashton Kutcher and demi Moore's relationship is definitely talked about of course is a big part of her life and they were married from two thousand five to twenty thirteen she claims in her tell all book they had two three sons accused him of cheating twice wondering about the cheating right mean yeah photos of it she also revealed that she miscarried their baby girl at six months leading to increased to substance abuse and she told Ellen de generous that yes he did warn Ashton Kutcher about the book's content before it came out and she said I tried to keep the perspective on my story and she's really blamed a lot of her own insecurities for the breakdown of their relationship and she admitted she had an addiction to Ashton Kutcher so where does Ashton Kutcher stand on this right right here he has tweeted something out he tweeted I was about to push the button on a really snarky tweet then I saw my son and daughter and wife and I deleted at and then a heart and then he wrote for truth tax me and a phone number and then text him you are welcome to his community this is like the new thing with celebrities he talks to them and then you will get regular tax from them promoting whatever they're all it's like anything. I don't know I don't want a lot I accidentally signed up for text messages from C. B. two to get fifteen percent off on some drawer pulls and I've been paying the price
Demi Moore on Writing Her Highly Personal New Book
"Demi Moore has recently released her memoir yeah and your brought up a pretty good point this morning. Ashton Kutcher and demi Moore were married for a long time yeah eight or nine years right and they've been divorced for a long time Ashton Kutcher has remarried did mela conus and they have two children together and then demi Moore has moved on she has three grown children with her former husband Bruce Willis and so all these family seem to kind of have settled in right and they don't talk about each other not really right it doesn't seem like they have a lot of bad blood every culture still gets along with his former stepdaughter's all three of them right and that he has this new families Mila Kunis will now demi Moore has released this book and is doing a lot of press talking about the book and so you brought up Jared Mila Kunis as PI think in great okay I don't need that thanks for this right you know because there are a lot of explosive details about Ashton Kutcher internees book including demi Moore talking about how she found out that Ashton Kutcher cheated on her I ask if it was true he admitted it right away and I think I felt like I could barely take a breath there are parts of what occurred with this relationship ending that were a level of devastating for me that wasn't really just about that relationship it was really about my whole life was about being the two year old who wasn't safe that this. really represented that I'm not lovable and that's not about him at all just about me well so action drama yeah she's had it's it's been rough for her and demi Moore posted or read about this in her own book and is releasing it and Ashton Kutcher. apparently in the book according to demi Moore side of the of the tail Ashton Kutcher were invited other women into the bedroom and demi Moore allowed it allowed it and said that she did feel some pressure because she wanted to be you know Ashton Kutcher is several years a young lawyer twenty years out then Jenny is and so she felt like well if I don't. hell get border and I do this because I want to I want to please him and if this is what he's into that she said that there was a pressure for her so he they invited other people into the bedroom and then also the cheating allegations and Ashton Kutcher responding saying I was about to push the button on a really snarky tweet but then I saw my son my daughter and my wife and I deleted it Ashton Kutcher goes on to give out his phone number and says that if people want to know the truth they could text him for the truth wow yeah now all you get though because I tried it now. now all you get is an auto reply reply with Ashton saying track I'll try to be in
'Hollywood Ripper' Michael Gargiulo found guilty of double murder
"Another store they got a lot of media attention was that of Michael guards you low it was known as the Hollywood Ripper or the boy next door killer he was found guilty of the murders of Ashley Ellery in and Maria Bruno and the attempted murder of Michelle Murphy the case gained a lot of attention for the gruesome nature of the killings which involve multiple stabbings and body mutilation the other reason why this case got a lot of media attention was because actor Ashton Kutcher testified during the trial at the time a one of the murders actually Ellery in was Ashton Kutcher's girlfriend he was set to meet her at his apartment but you never came to the door he assumed that she had already left without him but little did he know she was inside dead for more on this we spoke to Andrew mall in back he's a west coast reporter for I heart media and helps is break down this story please attacks again the two orders it it tempted murder go all the way back to two thousand one in Hollywood and they continued all the way until two thousand eight but the story actually goes farther back than that prior to coming to LA prosecutors say Michael Gargiulo also murdered a woman in the Chicago area I know that goes all the way back to nineteen ninety three and the all in all of these is similar one of the other nicknames that prosecutors gave to him is the boy next door killer and the reason behind that is in each of these he found himself living right next to or even in the same building as the women that he would kill he wants or found women who were attractive then he would stop them and once you found a way to get them alone he would just viciously stabbed them for the purpose of apparently some sort of sexual thrill there was never an allegation that he actually sexually assaulted them it was just Naruto stabbings multiple murders here in the LA area again also another one in the Chicago area so we're talking about decades the last of which was in two thousand eight and that was when a woman was able to fight him off I she was stabbed severely but she did survive let's talk about Ashley Ellery and she's one of the women in Los Angeles and one big moment in this trial the kind of elevated a little bit more was that she was either a girlfriend or she was going to be going out with actor Ashton Kutcher and he actually testified to you know what he saw he was supposed to go out on a date with her and that just kind of elevated this a little bit more it just brought it out into the public sphere a little more that's how I got so much national and even international attention the reports early on it this month long trial Ashton Kutcher actually did take the stand and he was talking about that night that he was planning to go over to Ashley Ellery home in the Hollywood area and pick her up but by the time that he got there she had already been murdered and so that was again very early in this case this one on for months but that's really what put it on the radar for a lot of people but even apart from that she was just one of these series of women who really had no connection at all with this killer yes they found themselves living next to him and he found them to be one of these targets maybe they were attractive he would go after them so she just happened to be one of the targets at that time Ashton Kutcher wasn't even the famous actor that he is at least now he was acting but he became a well known far after this one going back all the way to two thousand one but that was the first the attacks in the LA area when he testified he said that you know he showed up late for the day he thought maybe she left and he peeked inside the apartment and he said oh look messy I just saw a bunch of red stains I thought it was red wine on the floor little did he know these were the blood stains from from the brutal murder and that's what we owe you your mention earlier guard you would you viciously stabbed these women multiple times forty times something like that it was pretty horrible we are talking about cutting off of body parts in and really leaving them as symbol what happens now though is the jury which found him guilty of the two counts of murder and then the one count of attempted murder the jury is going to reconvene later and then begins the sanity phase where jurors will have to decide what kind of mental state Michael guard you always end when he was carrying out these attacks so that's going to begin shortly after that will be the penalty phase in this particular trial but down the road you still does face a murder charge in the Chicago area now this again goes all the way back to a high school friend so that will happen after this case in the Los Angeles area completely wracked wraps up with the sentencing phase is that where the defense is going throughout this trial that he was in a fit of insanity no but that's really was arguing that DNA did not specifically link Gargiulo to a number of the attacks they argued that it was more circumstantial that lived in the area but they tried to make the case that there wasn't really a good hard evidence that each one of these waking guard too low to the murder so that's really what they were laying the groundwork for that I mean that's just sounds a little weird at least with regard to the case of Michelle Murphy she's the one that fought him off he was on top of her stabbing her and she grabbed a knife with their two hands and pushed him off and all but they match DNA from that scene to him so he is at least raced in that instance he was placed there right and that was the most concrete of the evidence of the account because of the night flight crew blood and and left a blood trail in her apartment and that one was in the Santa Monica area of Los Angeles that one was some a good evidence that another case the movies that were found at one scene he also had a similar booties and attic of where he lived but again the defense kind of arguing well that's just circumstantial that he happened to have the same booties doesn't mean he did it but I got that last attack with a woman caught him off in Santa Monica that has the specific DNA linking it to him and your mom back west coast reporter for I heart media thank you very much for
Michael And Two Hands discussed on House Talk with Ray Trimble
"Another store they got a lot of media attention was that of Michael guards you low it was known as the Hollywood Ripper or the boy next door killer he was found guilty of the murders of Ashley Ellery in and Maria Bruno and the attempted murder of Michelle Murphy the case gained a lot of attention for the gruesome nature of the killings which involve multiple stabbings and body mutilation the other reason why this case got a lot of media attention was because actor Ashton Kutcher testified during the trial at the time a one of the murders actually Halloran was Ashton Kutcher's girlfriend he was set to meet her at his apartment but you never came to the door he assumed that she had already left without him but little did he know she was inside dead for more on this we spoke to Andrew Mollen back he's a west coast reporter for I heart media and helps break down this story please attacks again the two orders it it tempted murder go all the way back to two thousand one in Hollywood and they continued all the way until two thousand eight but the story actually goes farther back than that prior to coming to LA prosecutors say Michael Gargiulo also murdered a woman in the Chicago area I know that goes all the way back to nineteen ninety three and the all in all of these is similar one of the other nicknames that prosecutors gave to him is the boy next door killer and the reason behind that is in each of these he found himself living right next to or even in the same building as the women that he would kill he wants or found women who were attractive then he would stop them and once you found a way to get them alone he would just viciously stabbed them for the purpose of apparently some sort of sexual grill there was never an allegation that he actually sexually assaulted them it was just not Rudel stabbings multiple murders here in the LA area again also another one in the Chicago area so we're talking about decades the last of which was in two thousand eight and that was when a woman was able to fight him off she was stabbed severely but she did survive let's talk about Ashley Ellery and she's one of the women in Los Angeles and one big moment in this trial the kind of elevated a little bit more was that she was either a girlfriend or she was going to be going out with actor Ashton Kutcher and he actually testified to you know what he saw he was supposed to go out on a date with her and that just kind of elevated this a little bit more it just brought it out into the public sphere a little more that's how I got so much national and even international attention the reports early on it this month long trial Ashton Kutcher actually did take the stand that he was talking about that night that he was planning to go over to Ashley Ellery home in the Hollywood area and pick her up but by the time that he got there she had already been murdered and so that was again very early in this case this one on for months but that's really what put it on the radar for a lot of people but even apart from that she was just one of these series of women who really had no connection at all with this killer but reduced they found themselves living next to him and he found them to be one of these targets maybe they were cracked he would go after them so she just happened to be one of the targets at that time Ashton Kutcher wasn't even the famous actor that he is at least now he was acting but he became a well known far after this one going back all the way to two thousand one but that was the first the attacks in the LA area when he testified he said that you know he showed up late for the day he thought maybe she left and he peeked inside the apartment and he said oh look messy I just saw a bunch of red stains I thought it was red wine on the floor little did he know these were the blood stains from from the brutal murder and that's what we owe you you mentioned earlier guard you would you viciously stabbed these women multiple times forty times something like that it was pretty horrible we are talking about cutting off of body parts and and really leaving them as symbol what happens now though is the jury which found him guilty of the two counts of murder and then the one count of attempted murder the jury is going to reconvene later and then begins the sanity phase where jurors will have to decide what kind of mental state Michael Gargiulo was then when he was carrying out these attacks so that's going to begin shortly after that will be the penalty phase in this particular trial but down the road you still does face a murder charge in the Chicago area now this again goes all the way back to a high school friend so that will happen after this case in the Los Angeles area completely wracked wraps up with the sentencing phase is that where the defense is going throughout this trial that he was in a fit of insanity know that the defense really was arguing that DNA did not specifically link guards to to a number of the attacks they argued that it was more circumstantial that lived in the area but they tried to make the case that there wasn't really a good hard evidence that each one of these winking guard too low to the murder so that's really what they were laying the groundwork for that I mean that's just sounds a little weird at least with regard to the case of Michelle Murphy she's the one that caught him off he was on top of her stabbing her and she grabbed a knife with their two hands and pushed him off and all but they match DNA from that scene to him so he is at least raced in that instance he was placed there right and that was the most concrete of the evidence of the account because of the night flight crew blood and and left a blood trail in her apartment and that one was in the Santa Monica area of Los Angeles that one was some a good evidence that another case the movies that were found at one scene he also had a similar booties and attic where he lived but again the defense kind of arguing well that's just circumstantial that happen to have the same booties doesn't mean he did it but I got that last attack with a woman caught him off in Santa Monica that has the specific DNA linking it to him and your mom back west coast reporter for I heart media thank you very much for
Illinois, Michael Kors And Michael Gargiulo discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News
"The man known as the Hollywood Ripper could face the death penalty after being convicted into Los Angeles area murders forty eight hours of course wanted more remark as the story he will be back in court next Tuesday it is not over yet next week begins the sentencing phase of this trial but he's also awaiting trial in Illinois after DNA evidence linked him to the nineteen ninety three stabbing death of a teenager there we the jury find the defendant Michael Kors yellow guilty of the crime of first degree murder Michael Gargiulo sat emotionless as he was convicted of the two thousand one murder of twenty two year old fashioned student Ashley element insider Hollywood home and the two thousand five slaying of thirty two year old Maria Bruno in her apartment in a Los Angeles suburb in total guard you lose accused of attacking four women three in California and one in Illinois three of the victims died in closing arguments for this case prosecutors accused cordial of finding joy in bordering the women this was somebody who was going to take pleasure in plunging a knife into their victim over and over and over again Halloran an acquaintance of actor Ashton Kutcher was stabbed forty seven times Kutcher testified at the trial that he went to pick her up for a first date the night of the murder Mr Kutcher looked in the window and saw what he thought was spilled wine on the floor we believe now the evidence will show that was actually blood on Thursday Gargiulo was also found guilty of the two thousand eight attempted murder of twenty six year old Michelle Murphy prosecutors say Murphy battled Gargiulo for the knife they say his DNA left at the crime scene matched DNA found years earlier on eighteen year old Tricia Picacho who was killed in Illinois investigators believe Boccaccio was guard you LOS first victim fighting for this case goes on with me forever and that's the way it's gonna be the card she was murder was unsolved until two thousand eleven when two witnesses came forward after watching the forty eight hours report on the case shortly thereafter he was indicted next week it will be up to jurors to decide of guard you low was saying at the time of the attacks in California have you heard from the VA Cacho family since the verdict well actually I was the one that broke the news of the verdict to the Pikachu does I spoke with churches parents Rick and Diana Diane was sobbing uncontrollably saying I'm so happy I am so grateful that the girls in California have now all had justice at just prior to speaking her though I ran into a family member one of the other girls from California the victims and the family member said to me now it
'Hollywood Ripper' found guilty of murdering two women, including Ashton Kutcher's date
"His nickname is the Hollywood Ripper Michael Gargiulo has been found guilty of stabbing two women to death and trying to kill a third one of his victims twenty two year old Ashley Deloraine Ashton Kutcher the actor testified he'd gone to our house to pick her up for a date but she didn't answer the door she'd been stabbed forty seven times the case of gone unsolved until a forty eight hours mystery report card Julia will be sentenced
"ashton kutcher" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"Seventy show at that time I I'm gonna have to. Ben. Okay, the year two thousand one that seventy show seventy. I'm pretty sure as one one second. I'll be able to tell you it. Definitely on nine hundred ninety eight to two thousand six it was the heart. Yes, seventy in the middle of that show back individual, and he was very, very much Ayla celebrity at that point. Yeah. He was not like some unknown Ashton Kutcher. He was Ashton Kutcher, which is why this kind of looks good for him. Because imagine you're Ashton Kutcher, and I think later on I read the story. Yeah, you show me says he tried to call her on the way there and she didn't answer. Right. And then he showed up and to answer the door. Right. I'm Ashton Kutcher, I look and see the blood, I'm gonna I'm gonna go in my head. There's no way that unless this chick is dead. She's not going to show up for a day with Ashton. Kutcher probably probably. Yes. The point. Yeah. So he kind of looks like a good guy here. He looks kinda humble. 'cause like for not relying that. Yes. For not realizing there's no way chick would skip out on a date with A-List top of his game Ashton Kutcher unless that. But it also makes them look like a moron because he should have realized there's no way, this chickens skipping out on a date where they list and Kutcher. She's fucking dead in there. Yeah. But also he plays a more on. On TV that's true. Maybe was doing what's it called like Daniel method acting? Yeah. He's like, oh, Jackie. That's not him whatever I just did that was like Bill and Ted's. Excellent. Yeah. That's or Neo will definitely not. Donna Reeves in general, just Kiana. Yeah. That's kinda when every movie he's done. I'm going to read you this next, first of all, you know, he's freaking out or whatever because his fingerprints were on the door, which is just classic dumb ass. They're able to distinguish. Anyway, he said he's freaking out and his attorney tells him, don't worry. You're not a suspect. Actually, it's argue lows attorney that told him that the, the guy who yeah. I don't know why you're a suspect your suspect you're all suspects. I guess she, I guess attorney was cross examining cooker. But for whatever reason was like, I'm a fan and you're not worry, sir. We're trying to pin it on anyone, but my client, or Mr. cooker, anyone else could have done it. But not these two men. They're both fine..
"ashton kutcher" Discussed on 600 WREC
"I have to play Ashton Kutcher and his response on on pro-life being pro-life. I haven't heard this yet. But this was probably the biggest video in America yesterday when it comes to politics here's Ashton Kutcher, though, you don't have it. Oh, I thought I sent it in earlier today. Well, saving get it. Because I wanna I wanna play at once before we before we leave. So maybe we can do that at the end of the hour. Got a lot of stuff because Monday, we're doing a show on abortions. So I have a lot of stuff on colonial Merican abortions wishes only interesting to really people like you. And I'm I'm intrigued by that. Because kind of what we what we designate is is moral and immoral what we designate his legal and illegal those change over time. And I'm curious to what a colonial Americans thought, colonial Americans thought that. Colonial Americans thought that abortion after what was called the quickening, which is in the was it the Highlander. That's when all the immortals come. Oh. Late term abortion rally. Terrible. Yeah. No. That's not it. The quickening is when you can feel the baby move inside woman. But it was interesting. The first abortion trial. Happened under John Smith, remember, John Smith and Pocahontas. So the first one happened with John Smith, and he had to decide the innocence or guilt of the individual. And it was let me see if I can find it. The deposition came in from dorks Howard. I'll poor dorkiest Howard. I already feel really whoever this person is. I feel sorry for I don't imagine that an easy childhood. Yeah. No. It was a woman to orcas stories. You're like, oh, you guys doing just go with Susan Susan's a finance dorks. So anyway, she was an unmarried servant and the thing I found in the research yesterday was that most of the women that had abortions not all but most of the women who had abortions were servants in the house. They were white, but they were servants in the house, and because, you know, not slave servants. But what do you call insurance you're injured servants? So they would get together and miss Howard was an unmarried servant, and she was arrested after she gave birth in secret to a son, and what she did was really quite horrible to this to this kid. But the people that went to jail, according to John Smith's decision was not only for her. But the guy who fathered the child also went to jail, and then there's a there's a few things one one woman was executed because she killed her her child. The most of them really happened when it was a man raping or or taking a servant in having his way. And then they couldn't get married, but it was interesting to me was a lot of them went to trial, and they were both punished for whatever. And then they ended up marrying each other. The crisis. Brought them together. Emotionally, doing this has been tough. We have to wear the scarlet letters, I. But I really have got to know you a lot better dorks. I get hitched. I don't know. But what was interesting to me? Also was that? It wasn't just on the women. You think oh, well, it was just the women. No. A lot of times the women. Now, remember, we're talking sixteen hundreds the women were whipped. And the men were whipped for adultery. But it was the man who ended up serving time or getting the punishment for the abortion. Wait. So so would they was it. Permissible to get an abortion. If it was out of wedlock. Is that what I'm getting or they were trying to do it in the colonials would go. You can't do that. You can't do that. I don't care if you're married or not. Can't kill your child. Yeah. And so that's that's that's where they were. And it looks like I mean, maybe we can maybe we can just go back to I have a I have a warrant for the arrest of a woman named Anna tracks Pratt ski Trotsky turned trots Trasco. I think I can't remember her last name. But a woman she was in Salem, and she was part of the Salem witch trials, and she was a witch because she became pregnant without the help of a man that that was her. Oh, I'm gonna get in trouble for this one. I'm going to clamp. I'll just say of a witch. No, one will think of a hussy is that crazy. Yeah. The backfires that had that started. Yeah. Well, I mean, we all know, that's how all babies without a husband witchcraft. I I used to live in Scotland. And there's if you go to the castle esplanade, there's this placard that it's dedicated to which is that were burned in the in miniature golf for TV or anything. So they need hobbies. So they burn witches. Right. And there's this says many of the women that were burned here. We're not bad, which is but good witches. Like, none of them were witches. What's wrong with you? Witches? Eighteen eighty they put him in charge of this. They were they were they would the Scots would they if you're a witch? They would three on trial by the throw you into nor Loch which was the to the septic drainage ditch next to the castle. And if you sank which was unlikely with the way sewage works that you were fine and they'd run into politics. Literature your family, if you if you didn't sank because of you know, we're buoyant that met the devil was underneath you holding you up which point they burn you the steak, and this is the nasty part. This is the Scottish bet they would charge your family for the firewood Bill just to like really stick it to you were they were how did you? I mean, is it a chance you were raised a witch? I'm in his family fully possible. Yeah. I could see now I think I I'm I'm I'm descended pretty much entirely from rodeo clowns and rodeo, clowns and horse thieves. I don't think anybody witchcraft in the family. I know I didn't mean to you personally. I didn't know I mean because as we learned from the documentary in the nineteen sixties bewitched Iran's in the family. That's true. So. So could be with my mom on that yet. I think we're okay there. Yeah. They they all sorts of weird witchcraft thing in history that were and it seems to be a recurring thing. Like, there seems to be an instinct for human beings to go which you want an England. I learned this recently witchcraft was not considered necessarily satanic up until maybe seventeen hundred. So if you go back to if you're time traveling and you go back to fourteen eighty England like there's witchcraft, but it's almost seen as like a like kind of like the the evil eye where it's almost like a like a magical skill you possess, but it's not necessarily with the dark arts. So I almost bought this piece in this. The one thing I regret that was offered in its historic piece that I didn't buy it was too expensive at the time. And now, I I do anything to get it. It was a bowl a magic bowl that the Jewish society back in the times of Jesus would put at turn it over and they put it underneath their doorstep. If they believed in sorcery and things like that. And on this was written about. About the sorcerer Jesus from Nazareth who worked all kinds of miracles, and it was something that that that tribe associated Jesus as sorcerer not son of God as some sort of magician. Grand? All right relationship tip number one..
"ashton kutcher" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"I really did. I texted bona fide celebrity last night. I'm about to tell you who it was kind of feel like from your tone that you're taking us on a ride. But why would you I promise you that? It was a real celebrity, and I'm not gonna say like, you know, I don't know spuds MacKenzie or something like that. I'm not gonna kiss back. Like, max headroom. Eighties possibly be alive. Sorry anyway. Okay. First of all this is the cold lane in Burr Adly show on mytalk one zero seven one streaming live at mytalk one zero seven one dot com. Everything entertainment Colleen Lindstrom. Bradley trainer. I texted Ashton Kutcher last night. Okay. Well, yeah. You and everybody else. What there was nothing unique about that. Honey. Did you text Ashton Kutcher? Lonzo. Why would I? Yeah. Do you think he's going to respond to you is even worse? Tell people what you're talking about. But first of all real tired of the attitude. You're tired of your attitude too. Good, okay. So Ashton Kutcher takes to Twitter and tweets the following. I miss having a real connection with real people. I'm like, I'm and I miss it to action like to connect with you told me more. He said my community from now on you can just text me. I won't be able to respond to everyone. And like, okay. So he knows he's going to get a lot of texts, but I'm right here Ashton eminent give it a shot. He says, but at least we can be real with each other, and I can share the unedited latest and greatest in my world. And then he put his phone number. And he said, yes, this is my real number. So I texted him. Okay. Did he respond? No, can I just point something out first of all he removed that from Twitter. Did you see what he said? He said well last I checked he said something like as something about SMS is hard, and he was going to re post something else. Yeah. The number because he took off because it probably crashed something he also said changing my social media strategy starting tomorrow. Choline. I would like. Laughing holly. Just laughing.
"ashton kutcher" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Know it's such a ugly like saying, yeah. But I feel like it needs to be talked about this is going on. I mean, that's like the Michael Jackson documentary. People are just struggling with right? You know, in a lot of a lot of these cases, they they call the guy out on it or guys and they end up settling. And then they have these, you know, on gag orders. Right. The nondisclosure agreements. Yes. And they can't do anything or these kids. Suppress it for so many years. I don't feel like they could talk about it for sure. And then you've got the. Limitations Xiaojie delimitation players can't prosecute. And that's a whole. I just I don't think there should ever be a statute of limitations on a sex crime. I agree, especially when it comes to the scientific research that shows how many victims struggle with talking about it for so long that it takes a lot of a lot of victims. It takes time for them to actually talk about it. And so if the research is backing that up, which it absolutely is. Yes, why would there be a statute of limitations on that type of crime? I agree. I agree. Call your legislator. No kidding. And I just wanna see all this come to light. So these people are called out and they pay for their crimes, and then they stops. Because then you have a cycle. I mean, you have this terrible. Terrible cycle. Right. Yeah. So this is called an open secret, you can watch that on Vinnie. Oh for free or the other one is called abducted in plain sight, then you needed to sit through and scroll through photo. No, actually believe that. There's some good in the world his dark is we're gonna get today. Okay. This is really important that people are aware of this agreed business going on when we come back. We're gonna throw some people in time out like Ashton Kutcher. Oh, Justin Bieber who know we'll get to that. Coming up next on mytalk one zero seven one. Previously.
"ashton kutcher" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Going to be replacing you with Ashton Kutcher Dan Pretty. Good BuzzFeed acids readers recently readers without children to share the questions that they have for, parents but that they were too afraid to. Ask so these are questions that maybe as a, parent you thought about this or Prior Javid children or me like for, example if someone who doesn't have kids these are questions that I might have for my friends who do have kids but I was afraid to ask eight? Five five five nine one what I wanna? Hear either one is was there a question, that you had about being a parent that you didn't know the answer to Brian, to be prior to being a parent or two are you an, not yet apparent and you you wonder about? This about being a parent but yet you haven't asked the question because you don't know who you, could ask and here's some of the ones. Number one from parents to parents did you know, when your kids were ugly Gosh wow because he can't be attractive but they can't all be models stinkier kid is ugly? Though I think anybody can admit that their? Kids go through like awkward phases like dorky, phases but I don't think anyone would ever say their kids ugly question number two, from non parents to parents does your vagina ever go back to, the way that it was before having kids I don't actually. Know the answer is there is there any long lasting effect on look at me I mean you. You were present, for, the, birth of a child I haven't been I haven't checked on that. Situation haven't gone. Said hey mom let me get a look. At that thing since I saw it? I don't know Oh I had a kid I. Didn't have a, kid, out, of my vagina though so I actually had an emergency came out. Of her mouth Very Marvel.
"ashton kutcher" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Eighties come back at mike edwards 'cause i'm back group is loaded we josh allen is a free jordan jobs could be great football player so there's a lot to like about this kentucky football team not to mention second best returning back in the sec behind damian harris is snow and everybody knows this year they beat florida right i mean i guess thirty years this is you can't beat a kentucky team thirty two straight times we're next year fans when it comes to the four nets executive co cubic espn sec network thank you very much it's great to talk to you i mean good catching up a suit against soon back paul finebaum show some good willie nelson hitting your wheelhouse right there right they play the right music for me you know we have on the studio here with ryan and drew we have the ellen show as most sport shows do and it's on the tv and ashton kutcher come came on and they just showed the crowd and all these women were crying they were so excited i wish i could make that peop anyone excited much less a room full of women just anyone like how happy do you have to be to see ashton kutcher to start crossed these are grown women these are not like children is there any celebrity you would see an start crying gus malzahn gusman agree darius rucker for me gus malzahn he's your lines if i saw him i would have tears just because i would just think what a brilliant gee what about kenny chesney i if i would walk out if i saw him if kenny chesney walked in i would say i've got some where i have to be.
"ashton kutcher" Discussed on Sportstalk 790
"Legislate uh breaking some stay regulations which now that the story that's come out has the spotlight shannon bright there can often be of backstory on a guy like this when it comes to las vegas and sports betting right here's what i think i'm gonna throw this out there conspiracy theory but maybe an educated one so there is a really good book called smart money and the book smart money was written actually i think he came on two thousand twelve or thirteen but it was actually based on a football season or two back in two thousand two and three so it was it's been a long time ago and the rumor raised that i'll say again allegedly that the story was about billy walters as the syndicate operator allegedly allegedly and it was situation where the guy who was batting was a famous guy and one of the guys that was part of the story allegedly is ashton kutcher now let's just say hypothetically now that it it ashton kutcher is a guy that wants to walk on the wild side a little bit maybe back especially fifteen years ago right when you're younger or he was younger and wouldn't it be great if you're let's say belly walter's the biggest better in the world for sports betting that you get a guy like a famous guy like ashton and say hey go in and say you wanna start batting and they're going look you up on the internet and see while he made seven million or whatever the last movie so the fact he wants to bat three hundred k on this football game were fine with it and maybe for the first ten or so bats billy feeds him square play.
"ashton kutcher" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"So anyway so she's first ever host and so they gave it to a woman so it's gotta mean something and this i can't believe this so my mila kunis in ashton kutcher this last night when they worked on the red carpet at this oh what were the sixth annual breakthrough prize awards at at i have no idea what those are at the nasa ames research center in mountain view california okay so they walk the red carpet ashton kutcher in meal of kunas have now walk to red carpet since to the year two thousand when they walked a red carpet for that seventy show they've never walked when their romance started you know they met ninety a brain got romantic in 2012 in between he was married to demean more they married in two thousand fifteen but they haven't been on a red carpet together since that seventy show in two thousand her public profile since being with ashton kutcher has definitely diminished while she does not she rarely gives interviews and i think it's sad because one meal a kuna s was with the cali kalkin back in the day i always thought that she had this really relatable persona yeah like that she will be a girlfriend that you'd want to hang out with and not feel wet that way about her anymore were given the opportunity to feel that way because they have children and maybe it's because he to hold her about his cautionary tale about how he tucked demi moore and and the blacked out to send all the loved up loved that those who were given little judge hearing the extended family here's bruce willis of course ran so she said she was in bed moms that he's a bad moms chris yeah yeah i think that they deliberately of made that decision i think so too and all they had to do is just look at you know what i learned from to me down i've seen the wind that celebrity relationship that i used to have with high always forget she dated him for like seven years colleague yes i mean she's.
"ashton kutcher" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell
"Is when you're doing these giant passionate speeches and the president's doing them and it's about the wall on the west wing right the world's going to war and stuff then you've got some fantastic television right but then when you try to do it on studio sixty everyone screaming he chose faces about making a saturday night live show if you start to what kind of fucking stupid and in this movie to still be doing these big speeches i don't i'm not this angry about the mood by the way i am i hadn't even seen it i'm pissed off an end to be honest it was mildly entertaining but like the way people are raving about this thing it's just long speeches about things that are not important acted kindness squarely in kind of bored he shocks jobware boring mood jobs the movie jobs with ashton kutcher could william literally better that's where i heard then steve jobs i only saw job got a smarter and look nothing against ashton kutcher but you gotta fuck something sideways since rent because ashton kutcher is want that was the only kind of rushed out and it was like sort of had a little bit of a madefortv movie here's i got day it was entertain to watch and i enjoyed watching him flip out in all that shit that fucking schork in one was was just people walking around backstage at before they had moved it's terrible yes next rubies gonna play yes shortens exmovie is going to be him looking a camera explain to you what the movies about yeah just him tell you a story he just looks like the kinda guy where like you just don't want to be caught talking to him at a bar something you know he looks awful.
"ashton kutcher" Discussed on WRVA
"This is a painting that has been done now i can't remember his name shoot it's not here either uh uh the art of can't remember the mcnaughton i think is the artist's name and there is a a painting now of all of the abolitionist from the past and a painting to the new ones he's so you see abraham lincoln and all those people on one side yeah i was shocked to see look at my weepy face you see me uh towards the front looking for glenn oh is that your oh yeah and the wild yeah you look uh it's like what happens when someone takes the last cupcake out of it like oh no look at it go the visa the modern day the people who are freaking slaves it is a great a great painting of the people of history and the people who are making a difference now like tony robbins and tim ballard and mike tomlin mia loves often ashton kutcher you can find that at our painting dot org our painting dot org land back newsradio eleven forty w why the a richmond's news weather and traffic station for low he'd mercer rug leanings studios richmond's news weather and traffic station flavio down the good morning i'm eeeddie dern and more women coming before and after matt lauer was fired free inappropriate sexual behavior after this check of traffic and weather on newsradio one eleven forty devil via what for collision on the shoulder of ninety five northbound at the town seventy six say 295 and sixty 64 currently chair clear of the sidestreets went for collision on staples bill bethlehem broad at seventh on the south on kalusha woods edge near 95 your next traffic update at eleven non richmond's news weather and traffic station news radio liban forty w r v eight from the big oh tires traffic center this report is brought to you by napa autoparts for more than ninety years napa autoparts is provided the quality parts and expertise their help you keep almost anything on the road and now with napa rewards you can save money on all the parts you leave the keep your car running quality parts helpful people that's napa know how.
"ashton kutcher" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Buddy ashton kutcher aha a dan how you doing its ashton kutcher year swung to congratulate you on your tenth anniversary uh opel's well with you of still are keeping it hard over here i hope you're stay in heart he is we men we know a thing or two about be in hard stand hard keeping yard and no other little some from you about that uh because i know you are having difficulties with that and uh so thank god for the marvels measure medicine paolo congrats tenders big ups it's ashton kutcher who i once called saw i remember i was helping jimmy more with her fantasy team of course and of course i mean i do that no valet way to start a story hour some help and jimmy with their fantasy i did that with katherine heigl i mean i do that i now held i hope these women nicole kidman said no i don't need your help but you know cy help the me with her fantasy team and she's in the car with ashton and she's talking to me and then i said something about ashton being soft and she played it for him and he was he was like soft house he calling me soft like he was really bothered by this and i just it was a throwaway line i unwise said it he hasn't let ago yes as you could tell january's later that show to line for a lot of years soft fruits he soft bench for sure i had a legitimate injury owns that crack the ribbon and making light of it i'm gonna just amata dr amorous going to say you bruised something that anything worse than that i don't think he'd be broad casting today if it was a cracked ribs because when i breathed deeply it feels and innocent go to cedarssinai in yes you should i figure should yeah for our writer our three mcgivan give a periodic updates yao had been on the ones now if you want to and you need to leave ritzy pitching in moaning on.
"ashton kutcher" Discussed on The Bill Barnwell Show
"A susan g sorry we can go on that i love it and that's our own so those lewis drama to combat pen in the next part of a cycle they turned out and suddenly ashton kutcher commute were there summits are there were the most perfect couple in hollywood which feels like a thing where their agents said you have materials about astronaut mula least once if you're going to be on this episode of the show okay so i have so many questions about his first while they said they asked to be on the show guess after somebody pointed out that ashton kind of looks like jared who you remember from previous seasons does you watch you watch seasons with jared right no on the idols l a little bit a little i i it's kinda thing where you would think jared probably gets told by people trying to flatter him that he looks like ashton kutcher here but it's weird that anyone would tell ashton kutcher that he looks like jared jared was this guy who was on kaitlan season nn like i had really terrible facial hair and nobody can understand why he kept making it and then use on paradise and was just like very desired and again it's like he was kind of perplexing perplexingly attractive to women and it has been throughout the entire bachelor franchise but i guess if he looks like ashton kutcher maybe that explains it i thought i they seemed like a really believable couple amanda they are or will couple but i was very convinced of their chemistry in the philosophy questions from her one do you feel like ashton kutcher is also a inexplicably rose term used in a explictly attractive.