17 Burst results for "Balzac"

"balzac" Discussed on Comedians Interviewing Musicians

Comedians Interviewing Musicians

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"balzac" Discussed on Comedians Interviewing Musicians

"And now brought to you by music firsthand in their live music booking APP. Here's COMEDIANS interviewing music world. We are COMEDIANS MUSICIANS. So very calm. Podcast just getting. We're at Austin he said. Here's give it up Austin ciders again for coming out tonight. Also on Apple's yes I mean why not the original. I feel like someone had to figure that out eventually. Oh yeah someone was like look at this rotten apple give you ten bucks act if you eat it and then you ate it then. Alcoholism ensues drunk texting later like Dan. That was a good apple shit anymore. Those old apples you guys ever eat one of those super rotten apples get super messed up. Now if you guys missed facebook a little chunk Zach stand up if you come and see the show you can come see that we're going to go live and show you this amazing podcast. We have COMEDIANS COMEDIANS interviewing musicians. I don't know what it's called presented by music first. Hand My Beautiful Co Host Zach Brooks Gentlemen. No no claps. I don't need I don't need it. He entertains you drive in the silence. It's I was literally about to talk shit about the microphone. And then it off okay. Is this anybody's first time being here tonight? There you go all right so we're about to go live. We're going to do this. Incredible show but beforehand. We'd like to give a big round of applause. Balzac introduces are beautiful guest musician which like to give implausible. Zach pumps up the music show guys. Please put together for the incredibly talented Mike. Melanoma.

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"balzac" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"balzac" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Visit worried about her son come to the wisdom, which is the armpit of America. And within five minutes a squad team rolls up. We think it's for my house. It's the house next door to crack house, and my mom wanted to bring me hall. What team squad team is that. What you call? It watson. I dunno. Stugatz. They had big winner. When we armor, you think that the team that storms into your house and knocks over the door wearing uniforms as law enforcement. You have thought all your life that that's a squat team? They squatted people in the house. Now, the people in the house were squatting now they came in with guns blazing and they had their armor on. And they all split got in the shooting position. They were. Plotting business our show with the stugatz on the ticket. You guys saw me during the break. I came up with the name of the toy I was looking for on my own. But thank you to everybody on Twitter that reached out to me, and confirmed my themes pretty inappropriate, if you ask me that the name of the toy that I was thinking of which was the the balloon that you would inflate inside of a very nineties patterned fabric would sell at mall. Kiosk was Balzac be ails the AC at a catchy commercial. I remember watching it on Nickelodeon, and this was a genius idea. They probably made millions and millions of dollars because the overhead it's just a balloon is just a balloon that you put it in a fabric and because the fabric went over. It was very hard to pop the balloon, and you can have all sorts of fun. And I remember the balloons were like specifically made. So they could take a pounding the Balzac would sure you guys remember like the I've looked for this. But I haven't found it because my fiance's a little cousin who's playing soccer. And I remember it as a kid having. It. And I thought it was good to train to kick a soccer ball. So it used to be basically like this net that was attached to a rope. And you would hold onto it had almost like a handle on the end of the rope. And you could kick it, and it was like, basically one of those screens that they you know, baseball has the screens that you throw in. It bounces it back to you. So this thing you to hold it in one hand, and you'd be kicking it and just be going up and down go right back to you in like a little net. Yeah. It was a little nad, and you close it. I can't find that. Why did they stop making that that seemed like a good idea to me? I don't think it helps you better. I just went down Wiki pedia warm. But do you mean, I mean as someone who played soccer growing up? How does it not help you because like that doesn't it doesn't teach? You about control. Teach you by a multi. Yes about touch it teaches you control. I wanna kick. It this way you could dribble. No, it goes that whole that's not control. If you need if you have I'm talking about touch, very different thing. I'm with you. I mean like, okay. Like a soft time. Okay, helps you it helps you work on getting a softer, I touch I think it helps with control to you know, which way you're kicking it if I'm holding the ball, and I kick it, and it goes to my left. I know if I hit it with that part of my foot, it goes left. I know if I kick it this way it goes, right? You don't need. You don't need a net for that. You can just no, I know. But if you don't have any friends or going to run around after all child's toil. Everybody can't be popular. Like you mean? Some of us have no friends. It was ridiculous toy you're right. I mean, they know it's going to have a comeback. Mark. My words, I think I know how to play the game in the playground where there's like volleyball on a on a, tether, and there's a pole. That's connected like a tire that's filled with cement you have to make the ball..

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"balzac" Discussed on The Basement Yard

The Basement Yard

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"balzac" Discussed on The Basement Yard

"Welcome back to the baseman yard. What? My check your mic check as funny. My check was just what what are you're ready. Do you? Remember what you usually do like, ten minutes of my checking. Yeah. I think that's some of the best footage. Maybe one day. We'll we'll actually show everybody like. Our actual Mike checks. Yeah. Because they're kinda ridiculous. I'm trying to fix. You're like, I'm right here the low. I'm right here. I got you. I wanna hear you baby. I hear you saying they hear you dog. I want to hear you. You wanna know my face, baby. I'm looking at your face cream enough saying it. Speak to me. I got to reel to reel. What's your go-to? If you're going to get into a fight, man. I'm not good enough situation. Like. You do. Cup across someone's like y'all one time accused like I said some some kid. He was like fuck, you know. He told me fuck you. I told him no rushed it. He won that day, but kick your fucking ass damn act. Like, I won't suck. You right now. Do echo will suck your dick, dude. Just make like like gay comments. If I was gonna fight a guy. And yet I knew who is bigger than me. Just make mad gay comments insanely. But like in a tough way. Yeah. I'll fuck and suck that dick. And he's like what what what am I even get naked to excuse me? Yeah. Just to get them to not beat me up. I could never fight a naked person. Now you can too vulnerable. If you know, I can't find a naked, man. Could you fight like literally someone came up to you naked? No. But like undressed ready? Let y'all ready to fight right now. And how undress holy naked in front of a bar. That would be a naked, man. Yeah. I would be like I'm going to. I'm going to see this. You got you got you got this, bro. So we've got their dick out. I don't want to fight him. Hell, Elommal no. funding is my knees. You catch something? Katcha dick against your face. No saying if he's tackled me to the ground on his boss acts like all my elbow this. No, no. You know what? I mean. I don't know what you mean. But I do understand that I would not want angry man's Balzac in the middle of my arm. Yeah. I don't want that either. How what position would you have to be in to get you there? What has to be some sort of you'd have to be sort of side control? I would be in the I was going to say the fatal position, that's that's kinda creepy. But I think you're just a little freaked out from everything that happened yesterday last night. It wasn't a fatal position. That's for. Sure. I think everyone in New York City was dude. So I mean by the time this airs, it'll be like old news. Yeah. But it needs to be addressed it just needs to be last night. What's today's date today is the twenty eighth of December. Right. So we do these like in advance surprise. Oh, we do it in advance. And you can you can listen to every episode in advance. If you go to support our..

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"balzac" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

03:59 min | 3 years ago

"balzac" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"What is something that you think is overrated overrated? I think all the hate on emotional support. Animals I think is overrated. I think the the hate should be on people who aren't responsible with them where it my girlfriend and I travel with dog and he has an emotional support pass and the the hate that you get when you walk onto a plane with a dog. 'cause assholes just let their dogs run around the plane, which is re- that's the problem. People are allergic to dogs, but I just think if the dogs just sitting there in the corner, you know, I don't have a problem with it. So I think that hate is overrated. I think they should. They should dial it back for the pups. Interesting. Yeah. I had to travel once with my dog and my girlfriend her. Majesty's. She got an emotional support pass for the thing, and I'm just so like overly considerate, like I'm in a panic. I'm like, if the dog barks I'm going to be so mortified Sam bringing all this attention on myself and like inconveniencing other people that like I was just in like a state of panic the entire time and like every time the dog barked like right then that was just losing it. Then to make things were segment plane dog about almost the wildest shit, like right off the gate, and I had to catch it with my bare hand. I know. Literally, Chris Carter one hand scoop that shit out like before it hit the ground because hat both feet and yet literally because I just couldn't live with being like, oh, and now I'm the guy who's dog just took a shift in the airport, two right there. So I get a lot of panic because whenever when you don't expect a dog to bark in a certain context, it is so jarring for me, like especially airport. Yeah, I have that panic, but you know, no hate if you could control your animal more power to these people who just literally bring a dog on because they don't like it's a work around rating able to like skirt like actually boarding the dog or whatever. Right. And I have a problem with you. Yeah, I agree with that. And you don't need it to be emotional support or do you now? Because we used to travel with our dog. That was like very small, like the runt of the litter. And we got her specifically, you know the smallest of the litter because there was like a size constraint that you couldn't travel with. And so the reason she was the runt is because she actually had like health problems that we didn't know about. And one time we brought her on the plane. And she was not feeling great and escaped from the little carrying bag, ran to first class and took a wild goose in first class in the aisle. This is my worst day almost had to land the fucking plane. It was like. This is on Santa Terry is the worst experience of my life. What kind of dog do you that you travel with? He's a mix. He's like part Australian cattle dog par it, but he's like a mid sized are what? Can we get hot high off? Yeah, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. He's and he's part teenager, huffing part. You got crackers. You put into old Balzac balloon. In high school south to the ball Zack's over that. No, I don't remember. Balzac was thing for the early nineties philosopher. No. Was that what he did for a living? It was like a huge like do you remember time was a neon green and it had like checkered patterns just a big fucking balloon with a foot fabric around it. That people were like, it's a Balzac. Oh, I actually I do. I do know what you're saying. They have like a rubber band on it. Yeah, they had won the rubber band on it and and you would put whip whippet in better. And by the time we were kids doing whip. It's you just had like two old bladders lying around for like Balzac. And so that would be good because you can reuse that to fill with gnaws or whatever student Oz hits in the room starts spitting. All right, cool. So your dog is part that I, I'm sure, obviously. Yeah. What is what? I'm sorry, what's a whippet it's like a thin looking dog on that. W Jesus Christ w. h. i. p. p. e. t. o. yeah, that even right..

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"balzac" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

06:49 min | 3 years ago

"balzac" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

"Actually pretty frail, but. Really strange. It's. You if all of our body instead of our skin that we have, it's just Balzac skin. Like like, like when you walk with socks on. And it kinda like drags as you walk. It would just like that'd be barefoot walking. Let you walk and your skin with just like get a full over it sells. And then if the wind blew in the wrong direction, catch you Smith street on open sale at that point. Then people could probably fly or glide Elise, do you like those squirrel suits? We'd be like gargoyles Nobuyuki the flying squirrel suits. Oh yeah, open your wings. That's true. Was like coal, they're dry outside ring. That's. Yeah, but we're hot. We look like droopy the dog. To the dog was imports. Yeah, drooping the dog, Chris. Oh. I got a re-released. How did we get get to ball sac wing suits from chick. Oh, because HGH then? Yeah. And then thrown ended up turning all of those get into ball set. Yeah. And then walk around socks that are actually skin. Yeah, exactly. So so don't do that. That's a bad route to go. Yeah. Why don't you try? I actually did read a book called I, it's not important what it's called because I forgot, but it was by a vocal coach and he taught that sometimes we don't use our true voice. And so to be able to make a better more natural rich sounding voice, you have to make some steps of correction. And one of the things is your Adams, apple, some, if you find it, try and touch your Adam's apple and then try to speak if it's way up high, then that means that you're speaking a couple octaves above where you should be speaking. So maybe that's the case. And so what you should do is you should try to lower your Adams apple when you're speaking, and it allows you to set yourself at a lower octave and be more flexible. Wait your rain, a dumb question, but do ladies have Adam's apples about they just like, not they're, they're getting. There's times apples. Actually my. No, it's like an Adams grape. I guess it's smaller, grapes, apples. All right. Hyperbole podcast, we learned that a grape is smaller than crepe smaller than apple, the more. You know, anyway, we all throat does, and. Apple's so points from today. So one way to be able to do that when exercise is to to train yourself to set your Adams, apple lower is to speak like Yogi bear. So try it. So I'm gonna speak normal like now and now I'm gonna speak Bobo below. So now for the resolute podcast, what good I thought like. Took a baskets ranger. They have a really good. Thanks. Yeah. So you could do that? That's an actual good fucking solid gold advice. Take that to the fuck and pawn shop or Bank. I don't know which one I trust. Let's not gonna give you anything because it's the house, your voice, but your voices gold. So just go gone. Bobo book. Good. Like get the fuck out of my stuff. What didn't Bussan like, I don't know if I actually remember his voice a little pathetic sounding was like, hey. Yeah, that's right. Yeah. He's like, hey, is like a little. Easily. Yogi. What are we gonna do today? Oh my God. This is Brooklyn Yogi. I can't do. Actually, I hear it in my head, but I can't. Hey, y'all, gay? What are you doing? They yo, how are we gonna go to the Salaam Aleida. Gonna get some shoot and some Gaba goal. Felt the fish. I Don with. Yep. Just talk like Yogi bear. No fix it. Right. Consensus Yogi bear voice. Yup. Just Hakko you. You just drink tea. Don't you milk milk. Melk melt Melk Melk what Melk Melk. How do you say milk milk, milk, milk, milk, milk, like Welk. I say milk like like walk resorts. Like the. The melts club. Like milk from an l. because Melk fuck you. Where did she get them melt essay mill. Think he says, I think I heard Malk. Mulk liquor Malk. Okay. Milk. Melk smell happen. Right. Have you. I first the first game air of San Francisco. Charles E mail. Dr. Harvey milk. Oh, oh. Okay. Harvey melt, I guess I thought you know that never mind so it was Mr.. Oh, sorry. Trivia. Yeah, we're not good. We're really dumb guys. You know what type of underwear I have was Selcuk..

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"balzac" Discussed on Binge Mode: Game of Thrones

Binge Mode: Game of Thrones

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"balzac" Discussed on Binge Mode: Game of Thrones

"She was eating some of the muffins that liar brought over the muffin money basket axes initial refusal to consider a deal with chuck is in his mind a weighing of the scales of power he says to earn bach he has failed at his job why the hell would i give him a love that why would i help him to axe every interaction is about wins it doesn't matter if he wins big or win small he's got a win whether he shaking your hand or picking up a cup of coffee or whatever he's doing that interactions got to be a win and he views giving chuck a settlement a loss for him acts has a healthy respect for his opponents that he values he doesn't respect truck at all at this point right because he doesn't think chuck has actual power to do anything and the nine eleven reveal in which we find out that acts made his money of basically the of mental levin is important because it's a reminder that access to trash person this is an issue that happens a lot with stories like this whether it be wall street the wool wolf of wall street the big short when you're talking about sums that are this large right it almost takes on a surreal quality it's it's hard to know how that relates to like everybody's everyday life on earth but here it is here is the way ties back to actual life and death he profited off tragedy of death off despair he turned terrorist attack into a business opportunity any basically owns up to it he says like oh yeah i saw it opportunity to make money and i did this is a crucial plot point in the season but from yours is also one of the most potent and discussing reminders that no source of power is to foul for me doesn't discriminate when it comes to making money as balzac said behind every fortunate crime be particulars of the donnie plot let's try to about that for a minute there is so much mr action and rollercoaster action there that it's not even worse really getting into all of that here it's more about the takeaway it's more about where this leaves everybody particularly acts choke acted very grossly.

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"balzac" Discussed on The Tai Lopez Show

The Tai Lopez Show

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"balzac" Discussed on The Tai Lopez Show

"It didn't work tie i like okay didn't work for you because you've got to actually do stuff and it's not that hard to do stuff it's not even hard anymore a hundred years ago you had to like plow your own field that's hard i've done it before i live with amish for two and a half years we had to take horses you have no tractor you have to harness of the horse at five in the morning you've got to feed the horse you got to go out you gotta take a plow we take a single ores blau stand behind it and have it plow the field for literally eight hours and then you do it again the next day and then i had a tomato business i had like two thousand tomato plants we sold them to light grocery stores that was our business in terms of physically hard now everything i do is light g h i could go to sleep today like i told you this one business will save made anyone who our sleeping while i was talking not sleeping balzac was sleeping over there all unlock this stripe what do we got forty seven thousand seven hundred eighty six and fifty five sets there we go so i did no work on this today and you know almost made fifty grand at one day can it made that's gross it's not all profit but there's prophet in that you know usually if you run a business right you'll make between fifteen and thirty percent of it'll be profit so you if you could make tended and that's just one of my businesses if you can make tend to 30 granted day profit is a lot of money most people make that in a year man so that's the stuff you're going to learn inside this program all right garrett system welcome to the group.

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"balzac" Discussed on Drink Champs

Drink Champs

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"balzac" Discussed on Drink Champs

"Bruce mann any was roche we don't like what these signal actually allows mullahs when release remodeled cars what reverses obese i will say this i hate the because meet basic out personal folks a he's a little cocky but he's right alatas said was written was two life among we made with real heavy toll bug has not been enough now he was briggs my thought iraq of course everybody know that also balzac's consequence the ship britain's biggest mortgage aghbal camila club visit before we goodyear buckets listen among was up bottles this high bone and make them ships in the omega mobile business in there isn't base had it's like hancock bracelets hackel six we lando we talked distributed raffarin literally how might you'll pay what the forbid a big we know where we go the might sub saga we are way above the legal limit joke debate country club three bottles of champagne or hyper sit there was this ridiculous but muster like i said that memory when j brokers judge gibberish none which it was but that was told hookers worsening nablus africa james they're all time eric dill now note you guys the both wall you meet this guy who broke right now you'll believe right here now you of leave you if you're one of the soldiers luna's this witness okay before you wanted to follows lg to sell so what what what may see i say the skull full fledged on this whole project was it was it wasn't a single reckitt almost just now thank the day we had many costatini all our products for cable traditionally back then if you from queens which they will queens people there who broke leaves importantly we will pass that a remember at this time we were already friends for two years.

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"balzac" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"balzac" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"I maintain that kind of knowledge that i retain knowledge through memory and when i was young i was very fascinated by the literature of paris and the balzac and gustaf low madam bovery was the first console that the first great consumer in fiction infringe fiction so madam bovery impressed me because she was as i she gravitated towards paris and paris you have two is the mecca of fashion and style so you have to get to paris some pointing ally for you wanna be in fresh but i do want to point out there are one of the more powerful moment to the documentary is the moment will you do you do talk about some of the comments people have made about how he has when they called me queen kong or something else tell me about that i mean there well i didn't know the the lady called me queen kong until i left paris in they said you know these coin klinka and i thought well that's just those negative in an awful up it was racist queen kong just it's is it better now yes it is better now but it's not perfect it is much about what needs to be done well do you see that many women of diversity in the pages of magazines certainly you to invoke but you do see that many women in advertising campaigns on television how many women do you see in movies that are not playing a role of this days your something juicy i mean who is the glamour star today halle berry is she the most glamour's person is beyond answer she's not a movie star she's a high deviant all were in the music world and entertainment were ryaleh ambience the other queens and michelle obama is raining reigning queen of style and this is because they achieved through their empowerment and the independence a strong women so therefore they become the women that are role models for all of us for everybody every woman every con every humankind i think that it's a global world today it's a multicultural world and when i was coming up it was not that way i mean the greets.

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"balzac" Discussed on My Black Friend

My Black Friend

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"balzac" Discussed on My Black Friend

"Yeah so i always did your team lose the defense you've had played against your team did even do well yeah exactly that's what i thought i thought well of my team loses lease the defense might do a good against them but now it didn't falcon work and it was just a double kick in the growing each ball got kit yup each will double individually each nut got kicked in my ball balzac so anyway all right let's move on to the next uh we've got dallas is a three point favorite at oakland for the sunday night book ballgame are who's favorite your said dallas at oakland dallas favored by a field goal uh that's tough at oak weird denver denver i'm down his uh did just get uh lee back i believe and he was great at the middle linebacker back i at oakland in the black hole is that still away poetical yet so the black hole i i think i'll go with de las vegas readers when they go to las vegas that's going to be an indoor stadium right they can't put them outdoor uh they cared because dern football time it's like the colder weather okay i guess that's true of you're going with oakland really i will go with oakland yes i went with denver like a week ago winner without they were to lose and they won i'm gonna go with oakland when everybody thinks they're gonna win and they're going to lose i was really hoping he picked oakland because with my advanced metrics i've come up with dallas being a two point four point favorite not three.

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"balzac" Discussed on Talk Python To Me

Talk Python To Me

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"balzac" Discussed on Talk Python To Me

"It really helps not just with your mental health in your physical health but it also helps on the development side because it helps keep your brain engaged in learning different things that sounds nursing and the last one what's the last one so the last one is a fiction book it's of always been fascinated with the counter revolution that happened in china of about a hundred years ago at this point but this book is called balzac in little chinese seamstress it's by a chinese french author named icg and i've heard this book once a year for the past five years i'm actually about to come up to the point where i'm going to read it again for this year and it's just a really beautiful story and it takes place in the ancient villages of china for those who don't know about the the counterrevolution what emperor mao used to do was he would take some of the the smartest people the doctors the politicians the activists the the lawyers and he would take their children in put them in a reeducation system where they would send them to these remote islands with these remote villages were there were maybe like twenty people and there was no electricity and no television and no radios and anything else and in the book they even they become fascinated with an alarm clock because it allows them to wake up on time early without having to ignore ever know without sleeping in i don't know every time i read this book i just i look at my life and i just think about how good i have it because i grew up in an era that i did not have to deal with some of these things and you know as an african american as a minority in the tech space there are a lot of issues that are out there.

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"balzac" Discussed on Kicking and Screaming with Jenna and Bodhi Elfman

Kicking and Screaming with Jenna and Bodhi Elfman

02:09 min | 4 years ago

"balzac" Discussed on Kicking and Screaming with Jenna and Bodhi Elfman

"I didn't get the heart of what you're laranjal didn't qualify but that story became wellknown and there is some sort of book out there of worst audition stories ever and i my story is in that book but it's anonymous i do the not i i made sure that my name isn't the actor there his blew that now so if you ever your about the left ball sat a longer anonymous came out on the hudsucker proxy audition for the 1990s coen brothers film that was my left balzac and i'm just hoping one of these days like some search some video services 'cause i feel like i could hit like back then i couldn't i would have died but i could experience seen a nice young a nice young balzac on a bad be asia's oh my god yeah did you flop sweat so bad moment you noticed sanding and leaving did you get out of there so fag either yeah i was i was in but part of me was in shock of like she didn't likes squeeze out midway through it like you know they move move boxers i was wearing boxers but the old style boxers as before boxer brief kinda boxes that just look like big giant baggy you have a hole in your boxers where do they when you set everything the boxers kinda climb and your ball sorta sorted out aside went out the whole nowhere hole in this whole new genes and how to get out your underwear oh it went out the bottom of your underwear and then through the whole in your guests at a lot of physics that needs to happen harnessing horror no balls you were just looked balls and they'll just kind move yes they're like seeing enemies yeah they just do their own thing right there kinda like they're it's very it's very avatar it's very very james cameron so i imagine in my mind it probably like i'm not proud who like a like a little starfish or something just kinda came out and was like but i have some ideas on how the same should go is that how you're going to read it i once had an audition where i walked in and it was a room full of girls.

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"balzac" Discussed on Kicking and Screaming with Jenna and Bodhi Elfman

Kicking and Screaming with Jenna and Bodhi Elfman

02:09 min | 4 years ago

"balzac" Discussed on Kicking and Screaming with Jenna and Bodhi Elfman

"So i do the addition and i and let's see that and the cash detractors there with a camera and i do the addition sitting which was an awkward audition to do sitting because he's the is extending his running the elevator boy an olive oil that's right and i stand i i go to stand up and as i go to stand up i look down and i noticed that my left balsa lately out of my a hole in my 501 in my co my my odd it is it is squid in see your like completely pink testicle completely has come out and has just flopped for the and i'm it's a cameraman and a he and a camera and at that point it had you've been acting i had done the entire audition i was standing to leave so i've done the audition and i was daily seer balls on camera it's on is auditioning for hudsucker proxy so i all was the elevator boy the end up to leave and whence you once the stand up happens i now stand the ball goes away as i stand and now you can't say that i just do that whole audition with my left ball hanging out which of course i did but the moment to say it is now done and i know the casting director sought and i know the camera recorded because it was not a little thing it was absolutely a full left balzac it was seargeant in the whole it was octopus it was the whole thing so michael anyway here's the thing i get the heart of what you're layer all didn't qualify but that story became wellknown and there is some sort of book out there of worst audition stories ever and i my story is in that book but it's a nonemissive i do the not i i made sure that my name isn't the actual there just blew that now so if you ever your about the left ball sat a longer anonymous came out on the hudsucker proxy audition for the 1990s coen brothers film that was my left balzac and i'm just hoping one of these days like some some video services because i feel like i could hit like back and i couldn't i would have died but i can experience seen a nice young.

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"balzac" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show

The Ryen Russillo Show

02:10 min | 4 years ago

"balzac" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show

"Have it tougher than everybody else no i mean no one's making you play college football noone it's part of it if you have to do both tuesday giving you a gift you both if you if you give to be eligible to play football and he was saying problem is that there's there's teachers their students although the try to keep you eligible rather than make you smarter all right so let's think about that part of it because he really hammers on the eligibility thing what would the majority of college students plan college football rather be steady are they being prevented from all being in premed because i know plenty of people that weren't playing any college sports whatsoever yummy free med friends i have that were premed for about a week i'll i met one today michelle smallman our own michelle fighting a line i premed how long at a full year the whole avenue i was out of after my first chemistry quite and that was by choice she wanted to do that by choice yeah you know you go to college you think you're super smart i could be a doctor and tactic cannot be a doctor now we're glad avenue and what's budgets which it up i had friends they go on to be premed can't wait i'm gonna go uv in four years may even do the medical school here really good well run ronan out it's not harvard medical we don't i like it up here scott stethoscope wow i have to study all the time so when a rosen says and i've heard this not just from him i was at auburn where they had that big thing going on old players were being paid and you know uh this that either on i'm there all the councillors didn't care it's kind of way at work sometimes what were you prevent you want to take music theory did you want to if you weren't it football practice you want to get deeper into math right where you bring it home rating balzac yet enough for him he's saying i'm in econ major there's all these things i want to do of city via can't always get into the classes they watch because the scheduling noone saying that it's easy.

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"balzac" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

02:05 min | 4 years ago

"balzac" Discussed on Fresh Air

"What about being bat when they again which is say so when you said even even if it isn't through off shall i say say we are happening we i had still not our my way i have very happy what do we do now now that we are happy late for the bill oh i ran equally keaton down on his luck had played a small part in a minor 1949 movie based on a balzac play in which everyone keeps waiting for a character named gojko eventually keaton got talked into doing film for most of this 22 minute virtually plot lewis silent movie keaton's back is to the camera and a kerchief under his trademark pork pie hat covers most of his face yet his expressive body even from the back projects human isolation fear and misery at the end the cameras stairs into keaton's warn tragic inscrutable face and it's one of the most powerful closeups in all of movies from ross lipmann's revealing and poetic documentary not film we learn that beckett and his american stage director alan schneider had to keep stopping keaton from adding funny bits though an element of beckett's humor underlies and maybe even intensifies the claustrophobia in one sequence keaton wanting total isolation keeps trying to lock out his pet dog and cat yet they keep slipping back in it could be a bit from one of keaton's 1920s silent comedy short's in the crushing silence of film the only sound we ever here is ironically a woman's saying sh.

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"balzac" Discussed on You Must Remember This

You Must Remember This

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"balzac" Discussed on You Must Remember This

"Genes divorce from francois massaquoi came through that september should never told france while the chid actually filed the paperwork so he wasn't aware that the divorce was coming through until he was served the paper said miserable and enraged he had the french courts declared the divorce illegitimate and then he sued gene for divorce in france where he won thus obviating his responsibility to pay alimony in his suit france swan names romain gary as correspondent to genes infidelity this could have blossomed into the kind of scandal that would have been the diplomats worst nightmare but both he and gene strenuously denied that they were romantically involved while behaving to the contrary in reality there were living together in an apartment that gary had rented on the ill sent luih gary's wife lesley didn't think the affair would last so she decided not to protest it after all gurria was showing no signs of asking her for a divorce and the older woman believed that the younger woman was an opportunist who would eventually quote move on and to do better the affair was an open secret in the french media gary and gene began giving joint interviews he was a selfstyled pygmalion who spoke pityingly of gene as a typical american damning her with faint praise for her quote intellectual curiosity the given where she came from in one interview he listed all the bucks he had forced gene to read from pushkin to balzac and then gene interjected her enthusiasm for a madame bovery which she added could have been me if i had stayed and marshall town one day longer she is an absolutely marvellous reader gurry said she always finishes the book.

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"balzac" Discussed on wellRED podcast

wellRED podcast

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"balzac" Discussed on wellRED podcast

"I everybody welcome back uh here we are were in huntsvillealabama at the comedy condo 4 stand up live in huntsville we've doing a hallway came here it's been been thought but a good time if you ever hearty thing about comedy condos there's legendary pervaded dan's of filth but the cas comedians are disgusting broken he bangs but this one is pretty new because the club as healthy lead up with for a few months so this was actually pretty nice it's fine it has not yet had the chance to bake defiled utterly this room reema'sit is not yeahli could look at great cory was telling us trees said you'd known about this it's like a thing in the world this is a so it's lower right and it is lower i had i have definitely hired of heart tale of such which it corey said i've got some sweet tea uh the fridge that had been here already and cores i don't drink that vote you do andi was like let's take a it's fine and he was like not will not a 3rd comic split or pay a senate or whatever because the the lower is that in comedy condos canadians will just a speight comments come and mina and whatever the hell and ii have our live at okaysoi definitely think is largely exaggerated but it is a thing will so wasn't going to be are saying here's the we're worse likethembi staying like they payment veteran joey sandwiches in a folk grew up groupies indifferent said ours is we come installed government jr's ma hours just assumed it was similar to the lower of never singer food back at a restaurant you know because they'll rubbed the you're toast under balzac or whatever it's but it all kinds of movies even the movie whiting which otherwise hit the nail on the head but i've worked in a few.

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