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Determining the Age of Earths Continental Crust
"And you study claims its continental crust. First emerged some three point. Seven billion years ago. The findings presented at the european geological. Union's general assembly showed that the planet's light continental crust formed within the first nine hundred million years of the earth's existence. The continental crust is the layer of grew natick sedimentary amid them offic rocks which forms the continents in the areas of shallow seabed close to their shores is the continental shelves. It's list dance. The janik crust material and therefore floats on top of it unlike previous research which is based on strontium isotopes and marine cabinets which are usually either scarce or altered in rock more than three billion years old new study by scientists from the university of bergen looked at the mineral barrett which forms from sulfates emotion water mixing with barium from hydrothermal vents and thus holds an unchanging record aversion chemistry. Going back through time. The authors calculated the ratio of strontium isotopes in six different deposits of barrack from three different continents range in age from three pointed three point. Five billion years this allowed them to determine win with continental rock populated into the ocean and was incorporated into barrett the authors determined that the weathering started about three point seven billion years ago. That's around five hundred million years earlier than previously thought. The findings provide a new understanding of early ocean chemistry. As well as the onset of plate tectonics and even hope understanding the evolution of the biosphere because once process is like plate tectonics hope established the continents processes like erosion can begin to where the crucial minerals and nutrients into the ocean.
NIO Officially Launches Chinese EV Brand In Europe
"Had the news this morning. That neo is officially entering europe. The s eight will go on sale. Inouye from this summer goes on sale in july. He goes to the neo homepage. It's a beautiful set of shots of some nordic fjords and sunsets and things. I might rip these often have is my screensaver. Introduced calming looking at these photos of norwegian hills. How lovely but let's get into the details of what's happening then with neo and there was a presentation streamed earlier today on youtube. It was a prerecorded when it wasn't live streamed live but it was very polished and clinton a live event. But who cares right because we got to find out all about nieto's plans to sell at least two models to begin within europe and they've got global ambitions so we heard about their plans to be in some key areas i bergen stavanger trondheim and kristiansand in terms of having a physical presence. They're going to be in those main in areas but also they're going to have a range of service as well so they. They know that they have to support. Norwegian buyers of a brand isn't available at the moment They talked about charging they're going to build their own charging network. Their version of the tesla's supercharging. That work is being built in no way. And they're going to do some deals to allow access to other charges and they're going to bring battery swapping which is what they do in china and is very very popular to know why we'll wait and see if it's popular in norway because they know has those big open areas. It's largely a lot of space now in china where they do that battery swapping it's in very dense urban areas. Where perhaps you can't charge at home and we opportunity charging isn't as great as other areas and so norway way being an early av market and the world's number one av market remember what i was saying yesterday on the podcast over half of all new car. Sales electric over eighty percent have a plug socket. So there's a really good charging network in norway already and if anyone has watched A new videos will know that he's always like well. I could stop pay rocket. Five minutes on the mustapa. Five minutes on the stop and he like just jealous of your infrastructure however they are bringing battery swapping and that's interesting they have the next generation of battery swapping stations which has gone live in china or is literally about to go live in china the be made for norway as
"bergen" Discussed on Museumspodden
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Indian IT Professional, Pregnant Wife Found Dead at New Jersey Home
"Murder suicide involving a married couple in North Jersey. Bergen County prosecutors say a neighbor called North Arlington police, saying she had looked through the mail slot in a family's front door and saw two people lying on the floor. Responding officers recovered the bodies of 33 year old biology, Rudra War and his wife, 31 year old Artie, both having suffered multiple stab wounds. A young child also in the apartment was unharmed. A go fund me campaign set up to support the child Does. The 3.5 year old was the couple's daughter? Erin Vote New Jersey when a
New York lawmakers agree to legalize recreational marijuana
"Is one step closer to legal weed after Governor Cuomo and state legislative leaders say they've agreed on a bill to legalize a don't use marijuana. W. N. Y. C is Bridget Bergen reports. The proposed legislation says adults 21 older would be able to purchase marijuana for medicinal and recreational purposes. The bill creates a new regulatory agency that would license cannabis retailers. Companies awarded a license. Then we need to find locations that would allow them to be dispensaries since the bill also includes an opt out provision for localities, so when will legal we'd be available, state Senator and Bill sponsor Liz Krueger says It could be awhile, but there's so many steps I think conservatively is 18 months. Before you're gonna have a store in New York you could walk into lawmakers could vote on the measure as soon as Tuesday.
New York lawmakers agree to legalize recreational marijuana
"New York is one step closer to legal weed. After Governor Cuomo and state legislative leaders said they've agreed on a bill to legalize adult use marijuana WN Y sees Bridget Bergen reports. The proposed legislation says adults 21 older would be able to purchase marijuana for medicinal and recreational purposes. The bill creates a new regulatory agency that would license cannabis retailers. Companies awarded a license. Then we need to find locations that would allow them to be dispensaries since the bill also includes an opt out provision for localities, so when will legal we'd be available, state Senator and Bill sponsor Liz Krueger says It could be awhile, but there's so many steps I think conservatively is 18 months. Before you're gonna have a store in New York you could walk into lawmakers could vote on the measure as soon as
‘I Don’t Fault Him’: Rockland Police Chief Says Officer Left Cruiser Unlocked While Running After Suspect
"Shooting an armed robbery suspect in a stolen Rockland police car yesterday in Quincy. After a tense standoff in a chase through several towns. The suspect, identified as 36 year old Eric Leach, has died. Is WBZ TV is Nick Emmons officer drew his service revolver, pointed it at him. I told him to get on the ground. He refused to comply with the commands and, in fact, put his arms up and challenge the office of the shoot him. That's when the officer tried to tase Leech, but that didn't work. Cell phone video shows two officers chasing leech around the home before he jumps into Iraq Land Police cruiser that set off a chaotic police chase. Bergen Parkway in Quincy. The big concern the police rifle inside the cruiser that leech managed to unlock at 9:45 A.m.. This standoff came to a violent end despite the numerous request to surrender. The suspect started to come out of the passenger door with the patrol rifle. State police stop team member just charged his weapon and shot the suspect. Norfolk District Attorney's office handles this investigation. Weymouth police also confirming that One of their cruisers was damaged during the Chase, A police officer in Abington was injured after his cruiser hit a utility pole and rolled over during the chase. He is recovering. And is expected to be OK. It
Armed Robbery Suspect Killed by Police in Quincy, Massachusetts
"Where an armed robbery suspect in a stolen Rocklin police car was shot by police this morning after a tense standoff and chase through several towns. This all started around seven a.m. when the man robbed a 7 11 and ran off. According to officials when officers were responding to calls that the suspect was attempting to break into nearby homes, they left the cruise around locked. The suspect, then hopped in and sped off. The chase eventually ended on the Bergen Parkway North broke. Disick District Attorney Michael Morrissey tells us more about what happened. Despite the numerous request his surrender the suspect started to come out of the passenger door. With the patrol rifle. The state police stop team member discharged his weapon and shot the suspect and the man was taken to the hospital, where he was pronounced dead. Thean incident is under investigation. Austin's
New York City Begins Ranked-Choice Ballot Tally In Queens
"First ever ranked choice voting tally. This will determine the winner of the special election in Queens for City Council District. 31. W. N. Y. C is Bridget Bergen reports. At a shopping center in Middle Village. Nearly 30 staffers sort ballots, while representatives from campaigns and observers watch. The manual process involves three steps. First, they count the number of ballots by each election district. Then they determine who was ranked first on each ballot. Then they moved the ballots into bins labeled with the candidates names. There are roughly 7000 ballots in the race after the first round of counting the candidates would the fewest votes are eliminated and the ballots redistributed. Election officials expect to certify the results by the end of the week. The latest campaign
New York assembly approves 'impeachment investigation' into Andrew Cuomo
"York State Assembly has authorized an investigation into sexual harassment allegations against Democratic governor Andrew Cuomo. At least six women have claimed Cuomo engaged in sexual misconduct against them. He has denied this. Remember Station W, N. Y. C. Bridget Bergen says some field, the Democratic majority in the New York State Assembly is starting to put a check on Cuomo that became clear after a long, intense meeting yesterday among the State Assembly Democratic Conference who are in the majority. Their plan to begin investigating the allegation. Excuse me. Allegations includes the power to subpoena testimony under oath. Bridget Bergen reporting,
22 People Arrested In Human Trafficking Ring Bust In New Jersey
"Authorities have busted a human trafficking and prostitution ring that stretched from North Jersey to Mexico and beyond. Law enforcement arrested more than 20 people accused of helping run the network over a several year span, including managers and drivers, who also acted as enforcers and money collectors and a $250,000 a month operation. Prosecutors say more than 50 female victims were Lord with false promises from towns in Mexico and transported through Bergen Hudson, Middlesex and Passaic County's as they were forced into prostitution aside for The North Jersey men and women arrested and two men from Queens. The accused ringleader, 61, year old Burr, Mani and Nancy Ring. Cone of Teaneck, remains a fugitive in Colombia. Agents are working to have her extradited.
Rescue Dog Saves Owner’s Life After He Suffers Stroke, New York
"Story this morning. And it could have been much worse for a New Jersey man who suffered a severe stroke last week if his shelter dog had not been by his side, literally saving his life, and it never would have happened if Sadie the German Shepherd had not been surrendered by her previous family because she wasn't allowed to move to a new residents with them. Heather Central of the Ram Apo Bergen Animal Refuge, which took Sadie in says even though it's her new owner, Brian, whose life Sadie saved Even he hopes this will be a lesson one person. Out there. One landlord. Here's the story and thinks differently about this breed, you know and changes their pet policy. You know that the wind When Brian was stricken, he was able to grab Sadie's collar, and she dragged him with all of her strength to his cell phone to call 911 Patrick Lavery, New Jersey when a 1.5 news
"bergen" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"I said well this is not. This is not a cocktail party. It's caused it's didn't go well at all well and he. He ended up in a different direction as well. With with the part of benjamin obviously and anyway it's always interesting to see how things were alternative histories but you end up receiving golden globe for best newcomer nineteen sixty eight. You know. there's there's growing interest in you in the business. But i guess you said you. You did not enjoy acting. I read in one place until you worked on getting straight the movie in nineteen seventy and you said it was because of something i guess the model of. How elliott. Gould approached work. Do you remember this where it was just that there was something about that that he you said quote. He was the first person to teach me to enjoy acting close quote. I think it was. There was a elliott was a serious actor but he was very funny and And getting straight was a comedy. And i think it was the fact that it was a comedy that that's when i started to enjoy acting was when i was allowed to to do comedy which i for a long time and i An and that that completely turned it around from me. And then i i. I really loved acting when i could. I could work in comedy. And i know you know it'd be a few more years before you could really Lean into doing comedy as much as you wanted to. But just before we go onto any other roles i think it was also around this time. Just another kind of unique perspective that you have on historical events. I believe that you were living at the house on ceelo drive very shortly before the manson family committed those terrible murders sharon tate and others and i guess i just wonder. Did you have any sense. I think manson had been around while you were still there. Was that the reason you were out of there. By the time he came back or what was. Just what are your memories of. All that i myself never met manson. But i- i answered the door once when one of his grew tex watson. I think charles. Watson came to the door. And and i i lived at the house on ceelo for two years and the reason manson knew that house was because the man that i lived there with with terry melcher live there and had been out to manson's ranch the han spawn ranch of and recorded manson and his group singing and they were counting on being huge recording stars and so manson knew the house and he was as only manson could be pissed off that he was not the new frank sinatra. We then moved to terry's mother's house in malibu and one morning. The telescope was missing from the front terrace and message. Came to terry saying by the way. I came by and took your telescope so i know where you live. And nobody knew yet. The manson had committed the murders. It wasn't for a few months. And i was in mexico doing a movie and i thought oh called terry and see how he's doing and he's i can't believe you just called. Because the police just laughed and charles manson committed the the murders the house. So Nobody knew that that manson was the engine behind all that and so the reason that you guys went to malibu was not because you're waivers to escape run away from manson allies. Okay so even not knowing that he had that he would obviously go on and do violent things. He was just a creep. Yeah interesting wow well. So that was i guess. Right at the very end of the sixties getting of the seventies you again getting straight comes out of nine hundred. Seventy sodas soldier blue in which you are playing kind of a rugged foul mouth woman who not your typical not what we would necessarily associate with you to into many other hearts but i wonder if this is a western. It was not from what i understand. Very big in the us but it was huge overseas to the extent that looked it up. And i see you or the seventh biggest box office draw in the uk in one thousand nine hundred seventy one by the time it had cycled through there but anyway i guess i just wonder european outright violence and the italians especially loved it and yet you've included that on a list that you've given a few different times as quote real humiliations close quote why there were certain these early roles that you were very hard on yourself about. What do you think that was what were you. What were you down about. Oh i was down about the fact that they had to make rubber prosthetic boobs for me. Because i was so flat chested and that i had to be in the makeup chair with them taking plaster casts of my breasts and it was just it was a lot and And then we would glue the boobs on all the time because they didn't want you know they wanted it to look like they were real boobs and and i think it worked for the italians and the shoot was was fun but it was a it was a hard film and i still had no idea what i was doing and It was called broken arrow. And i said well how about soldier blue. That's in the books of they changed the title. Peter strauss was lovely to work with. I i don't know what i meant when i said that was humiliating there were swell songs. Well we're not going to get into the adventures or some of the others. That i know you really don't like but i do find it interesting that you know you felt up until tr baskin. Which was the next year. You had said quote that is really sort of a vehicle where i have to act and not just be a sort of declaration close quote prior to that. I think there was a feeling like you're talking about with the fake boobs and other stuff where it seems like again. It's it comes back to like maybe a patronizing idea that who knows. Maybe it still exists in the business that if you're that pretty you can't be good as well. I think i think it's more than that. I think it's what how people perceive women and and.
"bergen" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"On the record for your awards consideration lauded by the hollywood reporter as a stunning feet of complexity that's both contained and expensive close quote on the record dives into the ways. Black women are too often ignored when alleging sexual assault and the cultural forces that pressure them into silence and down to business. My guest today is a beloved actress. Who was born into show. Business has always had something of an uneasy relationship with it but over the course of fifty five year career has decidedly proven herself to be a rare and special talent most famously on tv as the starve. Cbs sitcom murphy brown from one thousand nine hundred eighty three nine hundred ninety eight and again from two thousand eighteen th or two thousand nineteen for which her portrayal of a hard charging tv news. Reporter brought her five emmys two golden globes but also in films like nine hundred. Sixty six is the sand pebbles. Nineteen seventies getting straight nineteen seventy-one carnal knowledge nineteen seventy-nine starting over for which he received an oscar nomination. Nineteen eighty-one rich and famous nineteen eighty. Two's gandhi which won the best picture oscar and most recently two thousand twenty s all. Talk a largely improvised steven soderbergh film in which she stars opposite meryl streep and diane waste and four which her performances generating considerable best supporting actress. Oscar buzz the great candice bergen over the course of our conversation. The seventy four year old. And i discussed the challenges and rewards of growing up as the daughter of francis and edgar bergen and the quote unquote sister of charlie mccarthy and also being stunningly beautiful while wanting to be taken seriously why she wasn't content with her acting until she was offered the opportunity to be funny on screen. How murphy brown changed her career and society overall and also proved a tough act to follow why she was so excited but also intimidated to be acting opposite streep in let them all talk which is now streaming on. Hbo max plus much more and so without further ado. Let's go to that conversation..
The Isdal Woman
"Today story isn't supernatural in itself but the mystery is so baffling it borders on other worldly. It takes place in norway in the late fall of nineteen seventy it sunday morning november twenty ninth and a professor and his two young daughters go for a hike. They're headed for a forest outside of bergen. Which is a city on norway's southwestern coast eventually they start climbing up a hillside above an area called e. stolen. Which is norwegian for ice valley. It's this gloomy desolate place surrounded by steep rocky hills and it also has a strange history. In the middle ages. People supposedly came to ice valley to take their own lives and more recently. It's been the site of a lot of fatal hiking accidents with this morning. The families just enjoying the fresh air when the oldest girl see something. It appears to be a body laying in between some rocks on the hillside. And it's been burned from what they can tell. It belongs to a dark haired woman between the ages of twenty five and forty. But she's so badly mutilated that her facial features are impossible to recognize. Her hands and arms are raised up near her chest in oppose that often seen on burn victims and she's wearing regular clothes nothing appropriate for hiking it so creepy and shocking that the family turns right around and leaves. You gotta remember. This is nineteen seventy so there are no cell phones which means that they have to walk all the way back through the woods to report the body all wondering if whoever killed this woman might be following them but they get back safely and soon a group of police trekking up the hillside overlooking the valley as soon as they start examining the body they noticed something strange. Only the front of the woman is burnt. The back of her body is completely fine. There's a definite smell of burned flesh in the air so they know that this is the place where she caught fire. She wasn't carried here after the fact and later they find a drop of gasoline on a fur hat. That's laying underneath her body but other than that. There's no evidence of an actual fire no charred logs or fuel containers. It looks like she or someone brought a bunch of items along and set them on fire to. There's a couple of shriveled plastic bottles that seemed to have just contained water a plastic cover for a passport and a melted rubber boot. The only things that haven't been burned are the women's jewelry a pair of earrings. A ring these have been carefully placed beside her in an almost ceremonial way. And there are some pieces of clothing strewn around but all the labels have been cut off same thing with the clothes on the woman's body and when the police inspect the melted plastic bottles. They noticed the names on the bottom have been rubbed out the police. Keep the body on the hill overnight until they've finished all their forensic investigations and the following. Day november thirtieth. They bring her charred remains to a hospital in bergen for an autopsy. Then they go to the press they tell the papers that a body of a young woman with dark hair and medium build has been found and they ask anyone who might have seen her to come forward. Meanwhile the bergen police team up with the national crime investigation service in oslo called creep. Ohs to begin a full inquiry into who this woman is. They run her fingerprints through the national police register. But there aren't any matches so they turn their attention to any unclaimed luggage at railway or bus stations and on december second baguette. Lucky two suitcases have been sitting in a luggage room at the bergen train station for over a week. They were checked in on november. Twenty third so six days before the body was found and at first. The cops. don't know if these are hers. But there's a fingerprint. On a pair of sunglasses inside that matches exactly with the fingerprint from the woman
Caring for someone with a mental health condition
"Number of resource is are available for you or for those who need care. It is incredibly stressful. Dealing with a loved one spouse sibling apparent. A child who is dealing with A mental health issue. And while you deal with those issues Please don't forget to to preserve preserve your your own own mental mental health health and and for for our our clinicians, clinicians, and and and and you you know, know, I I before before we we talk talk a a little little bit bit about about self self care care I I want want to to talk talk about, about, you know the danger of caring for somebody who has Mental illness or is in a mental health crisis because that can impact your own mental health. And that also has to be preserved. Doctor stroll, do you You want to talk about that a little bit? Absolutely. We have the metaphor. We used that when we're on a plane, and if the air mass come down, they say, Put the air mask on yourself. If you're a parent, put it on yourself first, before you take care and put the air you know the mask on the Children who family members around you. And so it's ah, a good metaphor to use that the mass we're using now included But it it's just take care of yourself. It's very important that you're doing that self care and you are allowing yourself not to feel guilty or feel bad about that that we do have to create and carve time for ourselves. You're coping to care for the loved ones around us, especially if our loved ones are going through a mental health crisis right now that we want to advocate them for them. We want to support them. But you also have to make sure that we're helping her. Ourselves. Dr Jones. You know, that kind of goes back to what you were saying in our opening comments you know about the impact of the stress is not just on our loved ones, but but on us, too, is we're trying to care for them. You know, there are several coping strategies that we can use the five senses for if we're parents or care givers, working with someone or loving someone really Was coping with a mental illness. We can look at old pictures. We can read books. We can squeeze a stress ball. You can pet your animal a nan Immel or companion and stretch your muscles and one thing about stretching muscles. It's really very important to get good sleep. 7 to 9 hours a night is a really wonderful Sideline, and if we exercise for 10 to 20 minutes with stretching or yoga before we go to sleep, chances are we'll be able to sleep in a more sound way. We can smell fresh flowers. Oils, Campbell's perfume. We can listen to music. We can meditate. We can listen to nature sounds, we can find those on YouTube with no problem. And when we're looking at Movies or TV. You want to stay away from news that can be compounding when we talk about stress and maybe even a focus on some of the things that make us laugh. Because laughter can be healing actually, and with regard to tasting, we can eat. Minced or horrible teeth. All of these things may seem rather simple. But they're very practical ways to bring joy into our lives. And that's a good way of keeping balance when they're trying to care for someone who's in crisis, and Dr Tobias, you know for a parent, you know that that has a child that is is struggling. And certainly we've seen that happen with the With the remote learning, Um that's a pain like no other for a child for a parent to see a child suffer. Absolutely, because you know you're emotionally connected to your child. So you're going to empathize with them one of the things I would have to say that parents, you know we've talked about you know you take the health care. I agree completely. Seekers. When you're empathizing with someone, you're feeling their feelings, and so if you're kind of like taking on their emotions on top of your own difficulties. That's really going to put you over the edge, and you're not gonna be in a position to help anybody. Um, one of the things In addition to those other wonderful suggestions is for people, not toe neglects social connections, You know, Ironically, that's something that was difficult. That's what's causing our stresses that we're socially isolated from others because human beings are social animals were meant to be with other people. And so if you're handling We're trying to handle. You know a stress within your family. You can't do that alone. I really have a lot of empathy for single parents, um, and who are dealing with kids with mental health issues. And they need to reach out. You know you you you know, the expression takes a village to raise a child. Well, unfortunately, that's true. It does take a village to raise a child. You know, a family can't do this by themselves. So, you know, reach out Tonto. Their family members toe unison, the support groups that have been mentioned. Um But I really hope that no parent feels like the burden of caring for the child is on their shoulders alone because nobody can do this alone in parents need to reach out. For the support from others. Well, and as we saw talked about in the in the very beginning is you do not need to suffer alone it and you know, as As a parent who has dealt with some of these issues you know, with with a member of my family, you think when you're in the middle of it, that it's you're the only one that this has ever happened to that nobody could possibly relate, And there's a shame that there that's involved and there's you know there. But that is so not true. This is more common than I think people even believe. Right, And that's a great where where NAMI comes in the national alignments of mental in this like you mentioned, we have support groups for families, and what we like to say, my colleague says, is that self care is giving the best of you not what's left of you. And when we have our family support groups and you go into a room where you've actually see people come in and their tents and they're scared and like you, said, Eric, They think they're the only one there. The first person who has a loved one. Who's experiencing immense illness and you sit in a room or in this case, you sit online and you see the boxes on your screen and you hear people who know what you're talking about. Who felt what you felt. Who's seen what you've seen. You actually see people, their shoulders come down. They start to breathe and going to support groups and NAMI has three family support groups online a week. And three support groups for individuals who live with mental illness every single week. You know, you have to reach out and like you said, Eric, you're not alone. We say nominee Jersey that you are not alone. And at this time, it's particularly you may be socially distant. But that does not mean that you'd have to be emotionally distant or isolated. We have new ways of connecting and some of the amazing things. And opportunities we have through online is we have support groups now where someone from Bergen can be giving advice to someone from Cumberland. And that wouldn't have happened before this, So I really encourage people to understand that you were absolutely not alone. Especially now. You know, you might not be able to You know there's huggers and us here, miss Hugging, but you can reach out and a lot of different ways, including online and really looked for those support groups because there are people who know what you're going through and are ready to help you.
Immigrant Detainees Held by ICE Are Going On Hunger Strikes
"Customs Enforcement will soon operate under a new administration. President elect Joe Biden has promised to return to quote sensible enforcement policies. But that change will take time. Right now. In New York and New Jersey activists do not want to wait. They're calling on ice to release undocumented immigrants from jail that's led to clashes with police, hunger strikes and a restraining order from member station W. N. Y C. Matt Katz reports. Right after the election. I start getting calls from immigrants like Carlos Gomez. He was on hunger strike at New Jersey's Bergen County Jail, which has a multi million dollar contract with ice to hold detainees. It's just hard boys just You know you feel easy. It seems like they don't care about immigrant detainees say they're being mistreated, and they're scared of getting the coronavirus, the first covert 19 case an ice detention was reported here. Detainees are demanding immediate release. They say they could be given monitoring bracelets to make sure they show up to immigration hearings. Frederick Body told me he hadn't eaten for nine days. They are human beings right now in the United States just start being treated. Very badly, simply because they don't have a paper that state that they are. US citizens. Gomez body and other immigrant detainees in the country illegally are often held by ice and county jails. Many have lived here for decades and have us citizen spouses and kids. Some were transferred from prison after they finish sentences for crimes. Last month, Rabbis took notice of the hunger strikers and began praying outside the Bergen County jail. Racial justice activists soon joined them. This wasn't something that Bergen County, a wealthy Democratic suburb usually experiences, but the protests are now held almost daily with live music and occasional confrontations with the police. One night earlier this month, officers in riot armor arrested nine activists. Sheriff Anthony Cure It's in appeared before television cameras in the next day and alleged that protesters actually bit two officers. It was not a productive act of political expression. What we saw yesterday was not, in the words of my hero John Lewis. Good trouble. The sheriff is a Democrat who said he opposes President Trump's strict immigration policies. But he argued that detainees are treated well in the county jail. Bergen, another nearby counties. Local officials also defend the lucrative ice contracts. They say these deals help offset property taxes and provide jobs. Puritans department gets $110 a day per immigrant it holds for ice. Next door in Hudson County. Immigrant advocates bombarded zoom meetings of the All Democratic governing board after it voted last month to extend its ice contract. 10 years. You just love that money, right? Love the money. They don't accept money where you're going, though you all make me sick. You know, brothers say you should be ashamed of yourselves. Shame, Shame, shame that was Andrew John Michael Watson and Danielle Harari. Tensions are high throughout the region. Six protesters rallying in Manhattan for ice detainees were injured after a woman drove her car through the crowd. In New Jersey, local officials filed a restraining order against activists. Even as the state senators came out against the contracts. Senator Bob Menendez called them blood money. Local leaders aren't budging. Democratic Hudson official Curry Dodd Rodriguez points out. Some of the detainees did commit crimes, and it isn't safe to release them. Safety for me. My family is priority in 2018 Hudson. Democrats actually voted to stop jelling detainees by 2020. But when Joe Biden won the presidential election, the local Democrats figured ice would no longer be is controversial. They were wrong for NPR news, Matt Katz.
Immigrant Detainees Held by ICE Are Going On Hunger Strikes
"And Customs Enforcement will soon operate under a new administration. President elect Joe Biden has promised to return to quote sensible enforcement policies. But that change will take time. Right now in New York and New Jersey activists do not want to wait. They're calling on ice to release undocumented immigrants from jail that's led to clashes with police, hunger strikes and a restraining order from member station W. N. Y C. Matt Katz reports. Right after the election. I start getting calls from immigrants like Carlos Gomez. He was on hunger strike and New Jersey's Bergen County Jail, which has a multi million dollar contract with ice to hold detainees. It's just hard boys just You know you feel d C. It seems like they don't care about immigrant detainees say they're being mistreated, and they're scared of getting the coronavirus, the first covert 19 case an ice detention was reported here. Detainees are demanding immediate release. They say they could be given monitoring bracelets to make sure they show up to immigration hearings. Frederick Body told me he hadn't eaten for nine days. They are hitmen beat right now in the United States that are being treated. Very badly, simply because they don't have a paper that state that they are. US citizens. Gomez body and other immigrant detainees in the country illegally are often held by ice and county jails. Many have lived here for decades and have us citizen spouses and kids. Some were transferred from prison after they finish sentences for crimes. Last month, Rabbis took notice of the hunger strikers and began praying outside the Bergen County jail. Racial justice activists soon joined them. This wasn't something that Bergen County, a wealthy Democratic suburb usually experiences, but the protests are now held almost daily with live music and occasional confrontations with the police. One night earlier this month, officers in riot armor arrested nine activists. Sheriff Anthony Cure It's in, appeared before television cameras in the next day and alleged that protesters actually bit Two officers. It was not a productive act of political expression. What we saw yesterday was not, in the words of my hero John Lewis. Good trouble. The sheriff is a Democrat who said he opposes President Trump's strict immigration policies. But he argued that detainees are treated well in the county jail. Bergen, another nearby counties. Local officials also defend the lucrative ice contracts. They say these deals help offset property taxes and provide jobs. Puritans department gets $110 a day per immigrant it holds for ice next door in Hudson County immigrant advocates bombarded zoom meetings of the All Democratic governing board after it voted last month to extend its ice contract. 10 years. You just love that money, right? Love the money. They don't accept money where you're going, though. You all make me sick. You know what else there is A you should be ashamed of yourselves. Shame, shame, shame that was Andrew John Michael Watson and Danielle Harari. Tensions are high throughout the region. Six protesters rallying in Manhattan for ice detainees were injured after a woman drove her car through the crowd in New Jersey. Local officials filed a restraining order against activists. Even as the state senators came out against the contracts, Senator Bob Menendez called them blood money. Local leaders aren't budging. Democratic Hudson official Curry Dodd. Rodriguez points out. Some of the detainees did commit crimes, and it isn't safe to release them. Safety for me or my family is priority in 2018 Hudson Democrats actually voted to stop jelling detainees by 2020. But when Joe Biden won the presidential election, the local Democrats figured ice would no longer be is controversial. They were wrong
NYPD Officer Shot in Brooklyn, but Vest Stops the Bullet, New York
"Officials say. An NYPD officer responding to a domestic violence call in Brooklyn, was shot in his bulletproof vest. Last night. The incident happened on the third floor of a house on a Bergen Street in Crown Heights. Authorities say a woman's boyfriend fired officers striking one in the back, but the bullet did not penetrate the skin. Police officers returned at least seven shots, but the suspect was not hit. He was arrested following a foot pursuit. DiBlasio says it was fortunate Police were present. Here is a time When we were expect people to treat each other with greatest kindness and instead Woman's life was in danger. The only reason she is alive tonight is because Our office was there. His partners were there. The NYPD was there. The officer was brought to Kings County Hospital and is expected to be released.
Proposed Law Would Ban ICE Detention in New Jersey
"Assemblyman introduced to build this week that would ban the federal government from holding immigrants in private and local jails of the state. W Why sees Matt Katz reports ISIS the attention of people with immigration violations in four New Jersey facilities, has been a recurring source of tension. Group of immigrant detainees at the Bergen County Jail went on hunger strike, prompting regular protests and Hudson County's decision last month to extend the ice detention contract that it's jail after previously stating that end the agreement led to an outpouring of criticism. Democratic Assemblyman Gordon Johnson's bill wouldn't immediately and these contracts but would forbid public and private entities from extending them or entering into new ones as six counties. Ice contract doesn't expire until 2026 Hudson's goes till 2030 Burden County's agreement is open ended.
Activists travel to Wilmington to urge Biden to be more aggressive on immigration reform
"Joe biden promised to reverse trump's most restrictive immigration policies during his twenty twenty campaign. But since he was elected biden has not included immigration among us top four priorities the pandemic economic recovery racial equity and climate change well on tuesday hundreds of immigrant activists and their allies caravan through biden's home city of wilmington delaware. Where they demanded he issue a moratorium on deportations and advance a path to citizenship for undocumented people within his first hundred days in office this is yet siri tovar and with make the road action. We are in rodney square and this is one and delaware and the reason why we chose to be here is because this is where president-elect is living right now And so what better way to make sure that our voices are being heard then coming down to his home town and rain coming down from seven different states over the east coast. All the way with years is home to making sure that you know. He doesn't forget our communities. Forget the promises that he said that he was going to deliver on his campaign trail. We're just weeks away for gration. President-elect biden sent a letter to the organizers of the event writing quote the work of realising our shared vision is before us the good and necessary work that will lead to an immigration system. that's fair humane. in that reflects our values as a nation of immigrants. He wrote caravanners also stopped at hudson county jail in new jersey not far from the bergen county jail both jails contract with ice immigration customs enforcement to hold immigrants who have civil immigration cases not criminal charges over the weekend. Police fired smoke grenades at a solitary rally outside the bergen county jail where they arrested nine
"bergen" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast
"I think I'd say he looks like the undertaker Acre at a North Korean state funeral. WHO's not the IT? It didn't look like he was enjoying life at that point. No other great great scene which one of my favorite moments in the book is when they're talking trump is at talking to the NATO at NATO in Brussels and at one point you know. He's a berating. The Germans Emmons and saying you're in the pocket of the Russians and again. Kelly looks like he'd like to be anywhere Alison Sarah Sanders within the White House. Press Secretary when all wide Kelly looked so uncomfortable. People said well. He was expecting a full breakfast and they gave him pastries now the idea that John Kelly somehow who'd be so disturbed. Yeah Yeah because STOIC. People in the in the in the world would be destroyed by not having correct breakfast is. Let's talk about a couple of other players here not the generals but they fill out the story and then we'll move to some specific than someone that did not get it with the president ever was was rex tillerson. You note that jared Kushner had said that REX Tillerson was trump's best cabinet choice which did not look good in retrospect backed up. How did the chief executive officer of Exxon end up as the secretary of state? Well that is really interesting. Set of Because Day triumphs. Obviously a retired four-star general One of the most able military offices of his generation was be seriously considered and when he went up to trump tower He blew trump away for good reason. Because Dave Brennan Guy who's had a great running central come on running the CIA are really good. Preparations knowing how the world actually operates but John Kelly and Jim out his both next him and they nixed him because for them the fact that day portray has had handed over calcified. Information to his biographer. Broad well right was just an ago and they thought it would be damaging to morale in the armed forces and they just completely blocked. That's an interesting case study. Isn't it because neither mattis nor Kelly had a close personal relationship attention with the president and yet the president went with their advice while but he didn't see anyone with advice because he didn't have any. I mean this was was clearly. That is something that they strongly felt. And it's not like the president had a huge amount of hero to full stammering generals. Retired saying that this hi. This is unacceptable And so them Bob Gates comes in which is a bit of a surprise to given the rhetoric in the campaign and in the transition against the establishment Bushman because there are few people who are more establishment than Bob Gates but he comes in too. I think trump tower and has a meeting with the president. And how does that lead to rex. Tillerson well Bob Gates you know. PC serve two. He served in every administration since the Lyndon Johnson Administration. He's been Secretary Defensive Bomber Empha- George W. Bush Yeah he's the. He's the leading light of the Republican Party on the issue of national security. So the gates says you know what you need somebody with some hill knowledge from Experienced working with the intelligence community working at Department of Defense and people in the room like wow is he putting himself would for the job and at there's a kind of very long poles which may lost forty five seconds. Trump says absolutely nothing because the and gate says well of course. I'm not putting myself forward because because I've already had enough of these John's but But I will say that condie rice and I have been talking about rex. Tillerson because tillerson yeah He's run one of the world's most successful and largest companies. He's he's also got a lot of experience dealing with the Middle East with Russia with all these And so it'd be on paper. He seemed like a great choice. But my understanding of how excellent excellent runs versus the State Department is Exxon like he reading the uring the God pod hauled which is where the CEO of Exxon works and he defeat direct something. Everybody says it's a private company. Everybody's solution goes about their job. Now the state. It doesn't really work like that. I mean kind of it's a you know these are all these fiefdoms and and you have to kind of bring people along and and and it's a it's a different different kind of organization and he didn't really my impression I mean he only focused on one issue at once. I mean some of his policy ideas were me. He thought they a book Ada Gutter made no sense which of course it doesn't he told The Iran deal was wet preserving so on the point on policy. His ideas were pretty sound but he didn't know how gotTa do more than one thing. At once. He had a relatively small coterie of people he dealt with and of course any damaged morale. Say Tom Because he didn't didn't fight back. You know there was supposed to thirty percent cut He didn't fight back publicly against that. I mean he didn't preserve his own department was one of the jobs you'll supposed to do as head of the department right. Perhaps it's easy for me to say but it seems like it would be relatively easy for REX Tillerson to go to the president early on and say Mr President in order to execute your agenda in order to make America first first everywhere around the world. We can't cut the State Department by thirty percent and the president might have responded to that argument better than he would to. Rex tillerson reciting talking points from his policy planning staff which never seemed to work with trump. Yeah I don't think I think until since defense he may have pushed back a bit with vice the president pence on this issue privately. But I I don't know if he ever did it with President. Let's talk a little bit about the vice president because at least since the administration Of Jimmy Carter. The vice president has been a central figure in national security decision. Making some more than others but really started with. Walter Mondale being included on on everything from reading the same copy of the President's daily brief that the president had just seen to being in all of the meetings for decisions and yet pence barely appears. Here's not only in your narrative but barely appears in any study of the relationship between trump and his generals and his other leading national security officials. Charles where is Mike Pence CA question. While I mean you know I I'd official. I spoke to the White House said penzone recap about one national security thirty issue. Which is the treatment of Christians the persecution of Christians in the Middle East otherwise he was absent now in his defense at a certain point? HR McMaster because there was so much to disputation about what to do about the Afghan war an HR felt abusive pen. Started chairing meetings whether it's because they needed to come to a decision. The pants were seen sort of player. Now one in in this meeting Pencil something pretty unusual which is attended Danko. Who was the director of National Intelligence? A long time call you confront confront his that both conservative Republicans from Indiana and asked to open the meeting with a prior For many of the senior national security officials this is kind the first and the situation not the norm so when it on the question of the Afghan war you know pence actually a pretty good role in terms of kind of forcing a decision to be made but in in general. He's kind of absent from these. He I mean he's a lot of these discussions he's maybe he's in the room but he's his voice is not something that I found My interviews would come up. People just didn't really talk about him. And you know the Acting National Security Advisor Kief callow was sort of given this House of Lords woes position with his national security adviser. I you know they didn't really know what to do with him. Kellogg's long retired and apparently a particularly impressive national security thinker I so that was regarded as a consolation prize. So let's talk a bit about how some of these relationships in the lack of relationships here played out in specific acidic cases one extended story you tell is a momentous briefing in the tank conference room at the Pentagon in July of two thousand seventeen with long presentations about the global status of US forces alliance relationships at so on what happened in that meeting. And how did it really illustrate the tension between trump and his general July twenty twenty seventeen is really what I think is the most important meeting of the presidency is six months in My editor Scott Boras. What is it a penguin said? Think about seeing that kind of sets the stage for the book and this is clearly seen because it's where everybody meets to kind of get their own agenda trek across on one side. You have Steve Bannon the leader of the America Fest Wing of the Party. Then you have. Jim Mattis Rex. Tillerson very tight relationship and Gary Cohn own. WHO's a chief economic adviser and they are arguing for the rules-based international order of law? Seventy years and trying to explain to trump. Why do we have one hundred ninety thousand troops overseas? He's why these trade treaties benefit us and like wide wisest work mostly in our favor and there alongside of briefings Gimenez leads leads on the disposition of troops some discussion of the Nuclear Weapons Brexit. Listen then Gary Cohn on trade deals and how kind of the trade and national security kind of interact with each other and like why. It's important to keep open sutton. The Straits of Malacca because that's where so much of the the Straits of removes all news all reasonable things to present to a commander in chief even months into his presidency. But this is not a normal commander in chief. Yeah I they they. It's like a tore. And of course trump hayes tutorials he hates being managed and he was being lectured to and these are all things as an during these kinds of presentations. He's basically being pretty pretty quiet and then he just blows up and he started shouting various kind of four letter words and saying we keep losing these fucking wars and of course it's general dump. It is is in the room. Who's been the commander in Afghanistan only until relatively recently he tells Gary Cohn these trade deficits count on the Chinese of fucking us us? Now we're being fucked and basically the whole thing is a fiasco and he walks out and at some point t-bond and intervene. So he's kind of like letting he's he's a backbencher venture he's not sitting in the table because you know the cabinet official and at some point Steve Bannon intervenes and starts shouting. Steve Mnuchin the treasury secretary. Saying look when we pull out of Rondo. which we're GONNA do none of these allies are gonNA be with us? And they're all fair weather friends and their protectorates and already allies and so anyway. So the point of this is that at the America first agenda The pulling back from the wall the allies screwing us that whole narrative is kind of confirmed by trump in this meeting in front of all his cabinet. The only person who's missing Zetronic galster. WHO's on a family vacation? But the the everybody else even people who are not central players in National Security Wilbur. Ross the commerce secretary is there and so he lays down pretty big macher on in the call back to the White House. Demanded is in the car with jared Kushner and then chief-of-staaf Previous and he says this is like Lincoln is general's meaning during the civil war..
"bergen" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast
"There's a reason that cermony general's said Yes to this kind of job you either retired or acting. Because I don't need it was sense of duty which I mean John. Kelly is said if Hillary Clinton often jolly would've taken it so Satya sense of duty is important but also they. They didn't they felt Obama had failed in insignificant areas in the Middle East whether it was not enforcing the red line in Syria whether it was pulling out of Iraq in two thousand eleven whether it was signaling withdrawal draw date from Afghanistan on December two thousand nine. When President Obama announced the surgeon Afganistan these are substandard policy differences that they came into office thinking that Obama had failed in some ways? None of them were in love with the Iran deal Although they they thought they thought it could be improved and John Kelly Kelly by the way had substantial disagreements with your mom restriction on an issue when he was running self income on which was the Obama Administration wanted to close Guantanamo solve. You've got policy differences. That also explained why they were willing to take these jobs. In addition to the fact that the Judy Kohl's and they were being also serve. I'm David Preece. And this is the law fair. podcast December Seventeen F two thousand nineteen. You probably know Peter Bergen from his work at CNN then his books on terrorism national security or perhaps even his role as vice president at New America. Now he's turned his reporting and analysis to president trump to president trump's advisers into the impact of those relationships on national security. I spoke with Peter in the new jungle goes studio about his new book trump and his generals about the president's confusing mix of attraction to senior military leaders and disdain for.
"bergen" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home
"Welcome to another weekend. Bonus episode of the Tech. Name ride home. I'm Brian McCullough. I had actually. She already reached out to Bloomberg's Mark Bergen. This week to talk about the Google civil war but then of course. There was other big google news this week. So Oh come for the assessment of Google's ongoing culture conflicts and stay for an assessment of regime change at Google and a whole lot. More you know mark as we just said we were gonNA talk about Google Anyway but then you know news broke this week. You know what everybody said about this. Changing of the guard thing was that it was sort of Surprising prizing but not at all a surprise numb so I mean this was probably coming at some point anyway but is there anything that we can take in terms of why it's happening now. Yeah I mean the the when the dust settled for years ago on alphabet right because initially when they created alphabet that was sort of shocking to the world and and certainly the people Google But then a day later. So okay this is you know Larry had effectively ceased receded and giving up a lot of the day to day managerial duties. The sooner anyway And must've same way. I think I think what's what is surprising about. This is that we've never got sent say that like student who was involved in like Making decisions about allocating capital to you waymo into verily in to the vets like right the other batch I mean so. He joined the board. I think it was last year And that way like so yes he certainly had on the board. He had Responsible for that but there was never. I've never come across anything from the like the official messaging of the company buddy or even really in the reporting that's like you know Thinking another alphabet company really loon doing the Telkom networks with the with the helium balloons. And this guy you never hear about Lake Loon to pitch to Dr on Took its budget for the next year And now that something. That's part of his job description officially Ashley. So that's that's probably the biggest change where that it's been in the past four years whenever we've asked a company what Larry and Sergey I've been doing. They say they're working on a- all the other bats so your impression was is they were the ones allocating that capital. They were the ones doing the whatever check ins in terms of like how Luna's doing how way Mos doing they were. They were still engaged in in the other part of it. Yeah I think that's still an open question about sort of how much they engaged at how much they've engaged in the past. Four years I think I I had that Larry Page's Turnley involved with Google Fiber for instance which was another bet like in two thousand sixteen and and has the founders Especially Larry Care a lot about Thomas Vehicles There's evidence that they were definitely involved in a lawsuit with Uber Her and Waymo And certainly Sergei's strong interest in from the Google X projects in the healthcare work But you know certainly report who's been the joint. CEO CFO of Google and alphabet is in involved in all those decisions and been probably much much. More hands on alphabet has determined sort of team working for Report at and Each of some the larger alphabet companies have their own sort of like the past four years. Build up their management teams and quarter of corporate structure And that's been the official line for the company. It was like okay now. Those management teams in corporate are now sort of mature enough that they don't necessarily need the founder involved as much as they did before. Yeah all right. That's what I said this week on. The show was at the time that the alphabet thing happened in next Google. I said to me you know Brian. The simple thing is like Larry Circuit. Don't care about the day to day of running the Google business. The Google businesses fantastic fantastic. It's just you know they really do want to change the world they really do. Earned are shooting for the moon and things like that. Is there anything we can read into the fact that that they're stepping back from the thing that this person extensively told me was designed to keep them engaged like is it. Is it that maybe the self driving cars have it happen open soon. Enough and things like that Yeah I think at this point. It's sort of a pure speculation both on my part and then telling people I talk you too So I I don't know the The other speculation talking about and I don't I don't necessarily think this is true. Is that Neither of the founders have been particularly interested in over the past twenty two decades in a political and regulatory issues And so much of the companies you know companies facing arguably a lot more regulatory pressure than it ever has. Why why do they need the the hassle of going before Congress the Record Berg who still seemingly have a vision for whatever Yeah I think so I mean I could go back to twenty eleven and Larry Page was the official. Not Oh but they the company I don't know the official has. It's actually sort of went down. But the company ended up sending Eric Schmidt who's the chairman and former CEO up so much more comfortable sort of Congress and and playing that role So there's that argument which which could be partially true. There's the As first timing There is I I don't necessarily know I mean. Certainly Waymo has the public narrative and a lot of the people. Talk to you know. Thomas Vehicles is yes. They've not made as much progress as Sergei. Brandon was talking about even five years ago or four years ago They don't they don't see like it seemed like they're still being invested in an Giang. Traffic is still the CEO. So there's no indication that the founders have lost faith and in that effort The same can be said for barely which is now raising a lot of money and like sort of shaping up in this way where they have. You've got alphabet is sort of one of many stakeholders Everybody seemingly super hot on healthcare all of a sudden so. Yeah and I mean we're also would spend a little bit strange. The rule has hired someone to run. Health cloud businesses also. Doing go deep mind. Mind which was I is is separate alphabet. Company had a healthcare effort that Elf efforts been folded into Google proper I mean there's been so many sort of moving pieces in the alphabet empire And I think you could make the argument nest rate was started off as sort of prototypical alphabet company brand. That's on email addresses Tony Fidel. When he was running this with its own he would always say? You know we're not we're not a company and And alphabet gave him cover and then fast forward to twenty teen. And that's just part of Google and Google Hardware So there there is a sound argument for the fact that that some of the reasons why all about was formed. Don't make any more sense. What's your take on Soon Dr Pichai as the leader of the company vis-a-vis like the the rank and file. And the googlers. What what do you think? What are you hearing from them about this changing of the guard? Yeah when I can say is I mean go back to We publish this story I think it was earlier this year. About so every year He was checking every every year. Cool puts out like like many companies And sort of feedback surveys. They call the Google based And and that from from numbers that we saw reporting Soon our faith leadership dropped and and I think it was somewhere I don't remember exactly but or somewhere like the seventy percent range down from like the eighties or nineties. So it's not like still like if he was the president and it's still overwhelming Support Internally And they do. This is something that that people certainly on the public relations team say. And I think there's truth to that vast majority of one hundred thousand plus people the company It's an amazing job Pays well typically. They're treated very well right. It's still this company where In still printing money and soon Dr has has taken company from two thousand fifteen this point when it was like one going. There was questions whether it was going to. He's sort of follow the earlier. Like Steve Balmer Microsoft era become like sort of stayed innovative company and second. It was just concerned that it was. It's GONNA BE DROWNS BY FACEBOOK and mobile advertising and not those things have happened That being said there's clearly a a much more vocal all strong contingent Around the more recent case around the four employees who are who are fired for security policies Google and and labour organizing according to the employees right. They're they're still active resistance. Some of the works of the companies dealing with the military. Well let me let me. Let me interrupt you because this is is what we were originally scheduled to talk about so once more the tech me right home is being sponsored by Meta Lab Meta lab is one of the a few design agencies in the world that can take product idea from end to end from Napkin. Sketch to real shift product. Let's look at their work for Amazon Medal. 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"bergen" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"Recognize. That had three in three parts and you do that. It's it's just the coolest thing we we done princess bride. We've done we've done dirty. There's like there's one of the bookers who has ask for. Jeff Jefferson. Yeah you'll have a wheel. He'll spin the wheel and whatever movie it lands on. He'll be like okay rob. We Got Star Wars skier skier. Look Skywalker lost data. We have a prison so much fun. porky pig Princess Leia. Hell they'll be while the unhappily it'll be one of my Hologram orcas forgiving. Let's do Jake. It's Chinatown the remaking Chinatown Rob's wonderful book Gil lessons it's terrific. It's about gratitude. Rob Paulsen voice lessons. How a couple of Ninja Turtles? Pinky Anna Maniac saved my life not got it. Oh what that's not hyperbole. The frigging truth I Thank you guys for bringing that up I am I. What's that actually? We make plans in God laughs from three years ago. I feel a little lump on my neck and it turns out to be staged three throat cancer and you guys were kind enough to have me on chat about it before but it's not about that we all got got our stuff. We all know that You know Gil was kind enough to to focus on some of the children. He's had contact with right now. I mean Jesus Right now. Somebody's getting getting a phone call about their baby. Somebody's getting a phone call about their wife. Somebody's getting a phone call about a twenty seven year old father just had a chai and so I'd already had this incredible career and wonderful family. But I didn't die. What I did was get the daylights Outta me because the treatment but now and Bob and I were just talking about this? We've had wonderful careers but in the context of Hollywood. It's not a big deal. We're just lucky that we've been working but when you're able to Haven't experienced like this that I certainly wouldn't recommend anybody. However if you gotta go through it you come out with a impossibly deep sense of not only gratitude but empathy so we now have the experience where where I I can now go to sit with someone or talk to them hold their hand or whatever metaphorically or otherwise? When when I say boy I know I know and it turns out and I was just on Dr drew's show on KABC? And and he said you know rabbi often talked to people who say Gosh you know. It's turned out that I have the gift of cancer or the gift of fill in the blank. Because if if you're able to contextualized what a problem is what struggle means. It turns out that you can really be helpful. And and in my case it was as a result of this book in the context of these characters because all of us here have been fortunate to work on shows that bring utter joy the people and so now Do Too Nice folks like you opportunities to do some public speaking. It turns out that I have this bully pulpit from which I I can I can tell my story and then like you're talking about people come up to us at these events through tears telling me thank you for sharing your story about throat cancer. Let me tell you about my my brother who just died of liver cancer. But he's you know it. He fought as long as he could but he the last six months of his life every day. Hey that he would have this particular treatment. That was very difficult for him but it kept them around for another holiday. We all had our watches on Alarms because because we had a little piece of Ninja Turtle Memorabilia. Every time that this young man would go through his treatment so every day I had my turtle action configured my pocket or my turtle Bandanna because my brother who just passed away at thirty seven lived for the Ninja Turtles and so- turtles will mean more to my family that you'd never know and that's what I'm learning as a result of the book so for us for talking about one of the touching things in the book to is your friendships is Maurice. And and trust and Sean Astin Austin and Randy and now everybody was there for you totally. You know who your friends are when the chips are down. Yeah and the truth is that my wife and I decided not to talk about it too much because there was no point again. Everybody's got their shit. I gotTa Tell You I saw you. I don't know if there's an audition or a job and I heard I didn't know I felt terrible but bob you didn't know because we didn't tell exhibited you're just saying that that nobody knew sure and I all I kept thinking was and you know I've known rob for thirty something years time. We're not like we don't break bread every day but we're friends I sure and I've just felt. Oh my God I wasn't there from an rand but you guys need your spacing to deal with your time. Yeah but I agree with you guys this book and I read it right. You're signing. It is brilliant. Thank you well a lot of humor. It does because it's about that in fact my My radiation oncologist the first time I met him. You know Dr Henry Impulse comes. This is Mr Paul Son. He's his pleasure to meet you. I I know what you do for leaving. Giving him sure we can help you. I don't know if you'll be able to you know we're pretty sure we can cure you but before we do. We almost have to kill you. I started laughing because it reminded me of like like a cheesy cheap goldfinger. Tim Tamra off do you Mr compulsively. Do you expect me to say are nomadic. Pinky expect you to cure an But anyway it thank you because due to my wonderful friend Mike Leeman. WHO's the real guy who did all the heavy lifting? It turned out to be a good book. I'm really proud of it. Assadi to was Bob. Sa's thank you. It's it. He was his idea to open up the the book audio uh-huh an imprint with Pinky. Getting the news broke into him that I had cancer and so I say just Pinky I gotta go to chat with you about something bad news rob well it Kinda. Yes Oh no is Rosie. o'donald back on TV. Well what is it what is it well. Let me put it this way my soaking not. Let's put it. I'm not a cancer. I'm a pisces. Although it seems I. Haven't you have cancer. Well Yeah are you GONNA die. I I don't know maybe who's GonNa pay for this fucking job and that what you guys guys you're doing right now is music to our. We're all in the comedy business and you know I it to be able to laugh as we all do and then you you you get to meet these people. As we've all discussed today who've kept in touch with US or Gilbert's great story about the man patting the picture of his son. Yeah it turns out that these he's characters that we've all been involved in have a deeply personal utterly positive effect on all of them even through the the possibility of burying your child. I will never know what that's like. Thank God and people do it every day and they get up the next Goddamn Day and they put on their shoes they soldier on so I now have these examples of profiles encouraged that I never would have had otherwise. And that's what the book is about. The book is about how powerful awful is humorous. Well congratulations thank you very too often to all three of you for using your gifts. It's a pleasure in such a way. Let's let's Let's get the plugs into a new looney tunes girls a pile of our two hundred new shorts She's a kind of a bag of money. AAC Dude I. I'm so blessed because it's like it looks like you're looking at nineteen forties. Bob Look so colour. We've got one. It's called cursor the Monkey Bird word that's out for Oscar consideration in the theater. So thank you. Frank was literally talk about. I gotTA stop dropping names. Bobby Niro told me that I had lunch yesterday with San San registered president of Warner Brothers animation and man. Did he go on about you. And those shows blesses their chiller. And what's happening with the maniacs reboot Lantau how we're coming back as a result of the largest of Mr Spielberg and Hulu and Warner brothers. Animated Accent Pinky and the brain are coming back next year. I guess about this time but as we all know it's a brave new world. The way programming happens on. Hulu and Netflix is kind of like I guess yeah..
"bergen" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"In that house and it was me and my wife was played by eating McClurg and check this out this talk about great show Biz Trivia? The the actor who replayed our son was Dick beals. The Voice of eighty nine member on David and Goliath House. How's Davey and and Dick beals? Who played my son? Was My parents age as you. You may recall. Dick beals was just a small person born in nineteen twenty seven and he spoke like this his whole life out here. David and Goliath Davey. Hal Smith was Goliath is right and Davey was Dick. beals and speedy alka Seltzer Dick beals. So here's a great story talk about being an enterprising young man Dick writes a book called perfect. Think big so we get to work and Dick has a few books and he said I just like to thank you very much have written a book and and you're all. We're very proud of this with Hanna. Barbera would you like a copy of the book I said. Oh My god Mr Beal's thank you so much and so he signed me to rob you know. Good luck always Dick beals feels so I'd take the thank you so much Dick. Turn to walk away that that'll be that'll be ten fifty. You're serious heart attack ads sir. Of course I wasn't gonNA take credit cards and check this out so so I said Oh of course Dick Smart Guy. He's already signed it right and I said I'm so sorry all I have is twenty. That's Okay I've got. I've got change. I know what I'll do. I'll sucker the kid in. Make him feel good outside it to them and then I'll hit I'm with you owe me ten fifty sun. It was great bobby. Yeah what about you at the Christmas. Parades Bob the work in the grandstand Jimmy. Stewart Mickey Rooney. Yeah I did for about ten years. I was the grandstand announcer for the Hollywood Christmas walking. You're a history book of all these things we didn't know about the well it was it was pretty cool. It made my first year. You're Jimmy Stewart was the Grand Marshal and I'm I'm on. I'm down on the street with the moving cars. And Ladies and Gentlemen Jimmy Stewart and I give him the Mike and he's got me by the arm and the Mike's on a cord is before and he's talking he goes. I'm here on glorious hair and it's a wonderful life harvey's his hair and and I'm starting to lose this lack of my core especially cars moving moving strip Mr Mr. I'm losing. I'm losing. I drop the MIC. Got Me by the elbow. L. Boy's death grip on my elbows. I'm walking. How old was he at this time? One hundred six and I'm walking. I'm walking down Sunset Boulevard towards highland. And I missed her story. You're they're just talking to nobody right now. Just let's just you and me. Yeah Gio and million harsh. And what about Mickey Rooney. Oh God Mickey Rooney was. I mean I loved Mickey Rooney. He's one of my all time favorite entertainers but if you look a bullshit her I mean if he it tells he tells me he was. You know when I was a little boy I sat on Walt Disney's knee. Yeah and he said Mickey I'm going to create a cartoon cartoon character after you. Oh dear so mickey mouse was him. Well that's what he says and the world. According to Mickey Rooney none of it is true right. But God bless Mickey Bruce. Almighty God is needed to know that I heard a story that Mickey Rooney who's doing a show somewhere and his big thing and this was like all the workers who would gather out. Hey Mickey is doing it again and Mickey would be on a aw wall phone and he'd be like fucking some chorus girls the wall while talking to his his wife over them all. I have to say that find large I I have to say. I've never heard good things about. I don't know I just WanNa Know Mickey Rooney record that conversation that animate. We did a song that goes h a great big universe and we are really puny. Where just tiny little specks about the size of Mickey Rooney tastic? Let's Let's this is just because it was in the intro and because Gilbert is obsessed with the bad voices on the beyond the Old Beatles cartoons Oh yeah and this is obviously before just came along because is he could he could knock ringo out par he really could yeah but he was probably not even born but it's ball. Paul frees turns out to be the guy who was doing John John Lennon God. Yeah he was doing to Camp Sam it was doing over. Hey Hey all joel. Jr Vent Jar among the other actors. Were I think it was like two of them. Doing all. Four Ford was a woman. You're one of them was a woman problem. Yeah I can't I didn't write down Our Name. I never knew that I mean I watched that show because I was the part of Beatlemania. Sure but I had I. You're a rock and roll guy. Yeah yeah now. I'm getting a mental block. I hate when this happened. And the voice of of the wizard of is Frank. morano frank was was Frank Morgan what you're doing for Captain Crunch Oh. That's a good question did was was ause do. Most of Dawson's characters were impressions of Classic Accurate Win. Well well a wally gator with ED and Bert Lahr lawyer even even You might have gotten garage. Oh Yeah Kevin. Cross days attention to the man behind the bell. I don't know I the frank isn't billy adding a little Frank Nelson to one of those Futurama characters. Sea Frankenhausen yes and one thing Nelson. Yes it was funny it does at one doctor Warburg or something a little bit of Jacoby. I think it's toby meets. George is in is in one of the other characters with with with with the meat I leave the markets on my Shangri Ch. That was he was because he talks about how he breaks. That right zoe birds because he takes that Lou Jacobi Kobe in the diary of Anne. Frank correct right because he's Bull Shit Zuhdi or something like that. Easy you Are you start stole from the children. S The food from the children takes that in mash makes it a Wacky zany cartoon in reference right. Yeah Yeah have you heard Gilbert's Chessel no let me hear okay. Okay how long Mama Drudgery Son Drudgery the one that change your checks every Niger in my did you get that paradise. Angel- Watt you're right the power that power folks lives knowing were ages. Something that's great. That's our God does a big call for these days. Yeah Yeah Hey kids love it. Who did the Voice of Boris Karloff? In God's monsters Oh my that's interesting it wasn't Maurice. No not that I know of will have to check into that. I will have to check out because I don't really know I. That's a great brandon frazier. Bob McFadden that used to do the. The KARLOFF voiced. The Guy The guy that did the Franken Berry in Count Chocula because as right up his alley see see. I don't even know who was it. The Monster Mash. Do you know who did the voice of Singer I was always. Yeah Bobby Boris he would have been gone by then and I never knew who did the voice once in Gods and monsters who was a more natural everybody does like on. Yeah everyone does that. was that was. Boris Karloff. Doing Thriller Jazz and I and Grinchey but if you heard him on on conversations Oh my God. He decided nothing. No he's very very sweet gentle like What's his name? Jonathan Harris Harris. I worked with that guy one hundred times. What a gas? Oh my God I said to him. So Mr Harris. What part of England are you from he goes? I'm not British boy on the thected yes he. Yeah we're on a Brooklyn Jew and proud of it. Anyway I refer to his old to his wife as the O.. Dragon Dragon Oh my God. He was in the bill. Dana show when he was in the original Broadway cast of teahouse of the August. Moon wounded good unbelievable. Oh I love wants made a cartoon of problem child and Jack Warden as as says big bill. I should remember the name so that people in problem child big.
"bergen" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"This escape it. Yeah he got got tearful. Yeah Yeah I mean. It's incredible how. How did how did pinkies voice and this is? You've you've been asked this question a million times. How did you arrive at a a- At pinkie it was You know just like we all do throw stuff against the wall am. Anna Maniacs. was a protracted acted audition piece because everybody knew that it was Mr Spielberg and lots of music and all that stuff some of the wilder and we tried a bunch of different stuff. My heroes when I was a kid where Jonathan Winters Peter Sellars Red Skeleton Carol. Brunette the usual gang. You Know Foster Brooks fought our. Wow Wow yeah. He's anyway so we all played with voices But for whatever reason as it dwindled down I must say that Maurice Reese when he walked in. It was a complete as soon as he opened his mouth. And they put Orson Welles with that picture of the brain and the giant brow. And all you know modeled after our friend. Tom Minton yes. That's why the honor to work for totally day just said Well we don't. We can cancel the rest because we got the brain. Did he come in with they can we. Can you do your rose or something. I think Mo- looked at it and said Oh I think I got something was Maurice. Just walking around doing this Orson Welles impression you know. Of course we know more Maurice's a was a successful standup Rodney Dangerfield. Yeah but He's did such great impressions and it just fit like a glove and so I throw a bunch of different stuff in it we mixed and matched and finally they kept saying you know. got that kind of Weird Cockney vibe that you're doing works really well with the brain and they would try it you know. Write a script and have it go back and forth and I would basically it was the pythons Johnson Peter Sellers who were paying tribute to your to ask some of your comedy. Heroes and totally I every Orson Welles was always that. Yeah Yeah Handy Yes yes and to hear that you go. Oh My god God. That's the voice. Many looped Ed Wood Wood. And when you see Vince to know fro- playing a young Orson Welles it's Mo- is the right. Yeah yes sir. But it's also great is that we love the the fact that we can do this. GIG and people are so versatile most been the voice of Toucan Sam Sam which was a Paul Frees Gig? Yeah he's been doing it for thirty years. Probably longer than Paul did yeah. I think he's doing Ronald Colman. Ronald's follow your nose. We can do that down to found the thing I do now. You know but but also our Buddy Jim Cummings is Winnie. The new tigger the Tasmanian Devil. He's another crazy talent. Oh my God and Ray the firefly and princess and the sang those great songs such a good singer God and when Paul Frees was speaking about you know was born is bad enough and so many other great characters but he was also the pillsbury dough boy. Yeah yeah these guys are just so talented. And it's their utterly different ancillary market. There was a voice over guy. New Name Name. You probably have met him a lend maxwell. Oh Yeah Glenn Maxwell I remember. I used to do the Hawaiian Punch less right. Of course yeah. Yeah and how about a Nice Hawaiian about an ice Hawaiian Punch and I remember. Because he did all these different character voices and I said do you just do a regular voice and he goes. I've got about ten regular voice. Yeah and they all sounded like he wasn't putting on a voice he's imagine that was Paul Frees and you go to Disneyland and the Haunted Mansion. Paul frees opens his mouth. And it's just incredible. And and Herschel Bernardi was charlie the tuna very good. I just all so cool and Buddy Arnold Stang remember on top Castrol. Yeah he was doing the hill silvers. That's right yeah and Marvin Kaplan who on this show to not see how is how old is mark. He's gone way. He was terrific really Paul Lorenzo Music. We are all very good good buddies with Lorenzo and what was so so charming Lorenzo. He knew we had one voice. Yeah but we aren't remember auditioning with him for a Knott's Berry Farm Halloween radio spot right so he's supposed to be the Knott's Berry farm. Hi Welcome Knott's Berry Farm. How can I help? On playing like a Dracula guy do bobbing for blood or whatever. It was okay so we get done and we're getting ready to leave an so great Lorenzo says says he robbed you mind if we switch characters and I read for will know if the if you know casting sure so we switch and I say hi. Welcome to Knott's Berry Farm. The Blood Lorenzo WASN'T DRACULA. Carlton the Doorman Eh. Did you ever hear the wren's demo his Lorenzo's demo literally two minutes of different commercials of him saying hello in different ways. Yeah Hi honey. Hi Oh hi hi there. How Was it Kentucky Fried? I chicken voice guys right one thing but he did so well and he was but of course. He made all his money producing and writing Mary. Tyler Moore Rhoda League writer. I remember remember when we had Marvin Kaplan on this show the first thing I spoke to him on the phone I and the first thing you recognize that voice. He's immediately and Frisbee and the great race and and right. Yeah you know. He obviously didn't understand like podcast and he and he goes I. Do I have to dress up for. It's hard I I was really good over. Because he's such a you as the body. The man I'm afraid I think I dislocated my scapula putting on my slip. Agitate about some of these other names because we have bob and I were talking on the phone. He said he worked with a great Howard. Morris Oh yeah yeah and how. It's name I'm already came up the House Smith Dave Howard. Morris was part of your show of shows. How does Andy Griffith and they worked with him if he was a director after? I never called monster high very good Monster High Oh yes originally to risk risk hangman and blazing sound so my very first naughty. My first my first commercial ever yeah was was for the Church of Jesus Christ front door so no one of the tribes. So I I walked in and ridgely walks in the dog and we're on phone patch with Utah and you and and ridgely walks up to the Mike and says has a dog and there's a long pause long pause and over the I hear a a WHO said that the engineer in La says that was Bob. And I'm originally. That was originally slated. Bergen originally little hormone Norman. Same Way. Yeah I remember seeing Pat McCormick the voice caster and I somebody had asked him while I was there and I. It's a true story. I'm sure he told her about what was the. What was the Best Karnak response? That didn't make it. The answer is Cock Robin Conc Robin and the open the envelope. And this has been my mouth Batman that's something and cat McCormack's holding court and telling that and then I swear to God another time I walked and it was like it was like being in Broadway. Danny rose member we're Johnny Hamer Short was the guy. He's the guy in Annie Hall. Who's doing a wonderful from here? Exactly thank this is why I love your show so much because you guys were talking about so I walk in and I had literally watched any hall like two nights before and I see Johnny Hamer and I said Oh my god Mr Hamer Hi. My Name is Rob Paulsen. I'm such a fan. I gotTa tell you Sir I just watch you know a anti hallway of an and before I finished he goes. Oh you mean hey. The Room looks wonderful. From here he just went on. You push the God Sale L. Mash to Nobody who knew Bob Ridgely said to me that like the way had that weird ending where he wind up in prison boogie night crying said had Bob Ridgely live longer. That would have been out. We could doubt listen. I I remember my wife and son and our heading down to San Diego on a train. 'cause it's a fun thing to take the starlight coast starlight. So we go down there and I. It was four.
"bergen" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"Send me videos of my little girl didn't make it but you just gotTa know what fill in the blank. Thank Mentor Way Bigger paycheck. It's astonished that is that's beautiful. You guys saw the documentary. You're certainly aware of it and yeah yeah animated. Yeah it was so Mr Suskind right. Yes yes I was just doing. Some New York with the Autism shine a light on autism Whatever the autismspeaks and yeah I had seen A Life Life automated. And isn't it interesting now. How many people we see on the autism spectrum at these conventions that come up I notice that yeah? Yeah Incredible Gilbert. I can't get enough of it and often children. You know like twenty-five or thirty year old children who are struggling with autism issues. I've had more than a half dozen experiences where a loved one will come up to me and say here's my brother. He's about ten or twelve people down in line and he's he's really struggling because often there they have issues with stimulus over being overshadowed. But I'll be damned. That young man will stand there a young woman and really struggling ruling but they gotta talk to Pinky. It's what or Yoga. Whatever it is that gets them out of their head and they're willing to go through that and drive hours stand in line and they come up there shaking not from nervousness to see you shaking from their phobia or whatever it is A man you you open your mouth and IAGO comes out and it just evaporates and Rick and magical and they know my career better than I do every episode. Yeah you know the time code. They know what you were at the audition they know everything. Yeah and they're outerly dedicated and I can only imagine you know being a parent. Oh my God if my kid wanted to talk to IAGO and I knew Gill was going to be. I would do do whatever it took to get my baby there because that person will never forget it and so I you know it's just a it's a cool thing to be part of this whole experiment alumni. I was I. I was in New York a few years ago and I went to children's hospital. You know just like you just touch base and do some voices and draw pictures and this big Chubby guy with a Mickey Mouse. L. Shirt comes over to me and he goes the APP and the Dome it and I said I said I don't do Mickey Mouse but I know him. Yeah yeah he goes by kid. LOVES MICKEY MOUSE. I said can I call him and say my God you Buffalo. I forgot that there was a time difference between it was nine o'clock in the morning six so I called Wayne and I got roussy Minnie mouse Minnie. Mouse were married in real. Yes I remember I met. He said she said listen. Wayne still sleeping sleeping well. He settled for many many men task. Mickey Mouse is asleep and he goes. Yeah that's fine. Give me give me some time to get some coffee. I said Greg Call you back back thirty minutes. Put Her on speaker now. This boy had a deformity of his face and he was never surgery. Didn't speak and she gets on the phone and he is just giddy and he's smiling he's making noises and the parents are crying and I'm crying and I hung up the phone and I invited invited the father to my one man show that night because they had this hospital roussy calls me later on and says nobody knows this wanes not well Oh yeah it. It wasn't sleeping. He's not well. Let me tell you what you just did for this. I'm just I'm going back to where I really generous community. And and it's and and the parents and the never never will forget it. Never it's just it is blazoned in their psyche and I have had people come over to me showing me pictures of their children who passed away and thanking me anchor and and and it is impossible so to to express for me anyway. How what that means to me it is it? Look I love my Gig and I love making a living. But that's way bigger than a paycheck. You Bet it's way bigger than an action. Figure or rating point is a deep connection that people make after their children have left and they will never forget Yago. That's an extra payment you guys getting. Yes friend Paul Williams calls that heart payment. Oh God Lilly. He's a gas asa end and it's like with life animated where I helped like a son and his family speak to each other which I thought how. Oh the hell do that. And and you never in a million years when you got that Gig with thought you know. He's going to be coolest Disney. It's a big deal. It turned out to be a very big deal. But the You know as Paul mentioned. They're happy payment or the payment. You never would have known that. And the fact that we're in this this time now where we can do podcasts. Nice folks like you can have bobby and beyond we can share these stories. It's it's the best part about about being successful quote unquote it is the absolute embodiment of paying it. Forward and also it's effortless. It's just joyful. Yeah love it. Don't you guys in some sense. We talked about this with Dawes. And Bob don't you WANNA pay it forward in some ways to not that you'd nature but also because of the mentors that you had listened. Listen properly taught especially Bob. Well I had people I had I had ause. I had Casey Kasem in my head people who held my hand and I was the the the I I was the kid and I remember saying Casey. Why are you doing this? And he said because you're going to promise to do it again do it over and over and over again. It's one of the reasons. I teach the the reasons that you know. We go to lessen before these fan conventions we didn't even know people watch this. Of course you know you guys are watching because we picked up so we working but we didn't know how people were affected but you had remarkable experiences with the best of the best. I've been very very fortunate now. But you know I think we have a very very generous community but doss said to me dummy would casey sediment. You're going to promise me that you'll keep paying it forward as well and I do and he does. Yeah it's joyous always approached me. His that Mel Blanc was training his son. Noel No MHM to be a voice over to take over the family business and never I I don't know that it ever worked I I mean. I've only worked with Noel once years ago on a tiny toon as well. That's okay so so he. That was his first job. Is that right. Dad died and Knows got to be close to eighty now easily. I think he's in his eighties. Yeah Yeah I know that I remember I was before I moved to La. I was in Cincinnati. I wanted to porky pig turning on the TV. And there's Mel Blanc with his son. I'm saying my son is going to take over and I was like well. That's that and and I think the bottom line is that was his dad's dying wish. Son Do this so I think. Is that this Gill the sweet thing is that his dad left us thinking that his son was gonNA take over and that's all they counts. Yeah yeah I I mean knows. He had some some good voices this. I don't know if he had two chops. Nobody is Mel Blanc. Oh my God none of us are it. Takes half a dozen people and replace them and even if even those of us that are consistently working none of us will ever be or sound a thing like Mel Blind and an original. I'm just like you said I think that's the best way to look at it. As Mr Blank was comfortable that his son was going to do what he requested and I I never worked with them. And what what did no do. I don't know I do know what he did. He was he he he ran blank. Communications and from the sixties on. Oh great no orleans stuff. No Blank Gary Gary Owens and Mel Blanc had a company and they produced commercials hundreds of thousands of commercials. No kidding yeah. Wow because I know about when when you listen to is the radio classics on Sirius. Satellite Radio Jack. Benny's Yes yes. Isn't that the greatest one Mel shows up as a you know a car frigging genius. You guys all you audience glisten to it. It's incredible incredible. These are from the thirties.
"bergen" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"Tangles spirited away a bug's life live Monsters Inc. iron giant wall Lee and Toy Story two and three for twenty years ears. He's voiced luke skywalker for Lucas Arts Interactive Games as well as in old three three robot chicken star wars specials. He's supplied special vocal effects for dozens of films including including ramblings army of darkness. Right to and honey. I blew up the kid. Two Thousand The nineteen marks his twenty nine year boy saying panic character porky pig and he's currently glee starts as Porky Ino- for two hundred new looney tunes shorts. He's old so Joyce Marvin Vinh the Martian tweety and speedy Gonzales. And he tells us that Casey case was much more than just stop his stuff guy. I don't doubt ISKOE. Workers Be Scene Rob Paulsen age so visit the podcast. And we still haven't Kevin Gotten over his stunning rendition of Yoccoz. Were we haven't got time around. He's voice two hundred. Drake and fifty animated characters in hundreds of animated shows including teenage mutant. Ninja Turtles Danny Phantom. The Mask Jimmy. Neutron Boy Genius the Take Samurai Jack Raking morning and of course high need tunes Anna Maniacs and Pinky and the brain for which he took Homema- well-deserved Emmy Award he's also appeared in live action series. Like cheers saint down. Swear and beat your films. It's like space. Fold the jetsons movie and the and as well as over a thousand commercials. We'll send dozens of video games. And he wants loop a steamy sex scene between Tom. throughs and Doug Rebecca Damore nee by acid. He's terrific and and touching memoir is called voice lessons our couple of Ninja Turtles Rinky and Anna Maniac. The act saved my life. Please welcome to the show to men our thousand voices and to experts who can hopefully explain why the actors in these old Beatles cartoons not the same life. I don't know what you mean. Ah Mislead Afrin Bergen Organ End Rob O.. Houser time from I was GonNa say I got done with. Bob is ready to go home. Thank you saw. The only that was true. That's just great I thank you So welcome ranking rob and welcome. Bob Thanks my pleasure. Sure but well I know that Bob Tober on the phone that Bob has something very interesting to say You know where I'm going with this Bob About Gilbert's career well and then and then we'll talk about out The the the Beatles the bad beatles voices well. Are you talking about The letter you wrote yes so I I wrote a letter due to Athletic and said look. You should not be holding auditions because if somebody can lose their job by telling a joke if it's not funny don't listen to the joke again but right it just irked me that you lost a job because somebody was offended by a joke. We are all one joke away from losing our livelihood. I mean I I heard was a Kevin Hart who said. Where's the art of the UPS? Yeah where everyone is just one joke. One tweet away from sue. I'm sorry we're GONNA cancel your career in life too so when they okay hold auditions I said to my agent am not auditioning for this and be passed. I'm GonNa find the address of the corporate and say look. This man didn't do anything wrong. Yeah he deserves this guy. Did a Lotta people felt that way. I didn't take her. I didn't I mean I think a lot of us. The mutual us a we won't go after each other jobs. It's just it's a IT'S A. It's a handshake grizzly in that context. It wasn't about use saying I'm tired of it or them saying we're going in a different direction. The circumstances in that ended up in that I think there are a lot of us who do this Gig And we all know like Bobby said the tenuous line that we all kind of walk and there are a lot of folks in this round governance. I'm so I'm glad you brought that up frank. Because it's not. It's important for other actors to hear howling so kind that kind of how we carry each other's water you know we're we really are all in this together so it's good that you I know that about that. Gil Thank you thank you most of you about it. I didn't work for you but I tried. Very refused to audition for two Gilbert. Yeah for what that's worth. Well you you know was story. I heard that Years ago when when when Mel Blanc was in that terrible car accident right They they knew they were making loads of money off bugs bugs bunny cartoons so they want to make new ones and and the yes one of the other voiceover guys that WANNA brothers. Can you do bugs bunny. And and he said I can but I won't write lesson right and honestly that's happened a number of times when you know when the simpsons and the cast of the simpsons look look. We need some dough here because they literally put that network on the map and now they are the longest running show in and a history of frequently. Yeah so they start you know said look. We're GONNA we need to make a little more Ramey and I honestly none of the usual suspects specs. I don't know anybody that does this at this level. Who auditioned for it? Nobody because we also know that discussed and it's together but sooner or later it will come back sooner or later somebody will say. Hey Man The producers decided Rob's asking too much money to be the talk and chick and he's been doing it for twenty years. But you know we're going to have you and it's nice to know that all of us are are kind of going or if it does come up where where. Somebody's working on an iconic character. Like like you're mentioning Gilbert about Mel Blanc. I always make a phone call. I'll say look here's the deal. I've gotten this piece of copy. My agent has said they WANNA have you come in and read for homer. Simpson Dan Castellaneta and find out. What's the deal? Yeah you know rob. It's fine I'm done with it. I've had enough. I'm moving on retiring or yeah just kind of a money thing. That's all I need to hear right. I'm done that brings me to to Bob Story About Dawes about about what was it. Cap'n crunch yeah well I was studying with Dos dos Butler color and does Butler Butler they were. They were New Ad Agency there were going to get a new Cap'n crunch they were holding auditions and I was pissed. I Call Dawes and I said I can't believe they're doing this. I won't report and said I'm not going to be doing anymore. Because they're getting rid of me so I don't I coach it come on over. I'll grant I captain crunch. But they knew he knew that he was out. WHO's done anyway? He said look. I'd I'd like to have somebody I know. One of my students take it over. Isn't that great. Though you guys is I I love the fact that we get to have these glimpses and thank you again for the opportunity because it's really important for people to know how folks behave in Hollywood by and large we really you know especially especially our world in this gig because it's not about our bigger boobs are lovely thank you. He does. The friend knew how tall you are. It's about your pure talent and your kindness and your and all of that stuff and here's Dawes Butler who who's going. You know I if I'm not GONNA do it. I WanNa see if I can help you do it. Young men mind the mind you he also charged was ten dollars a handshake or a head that week on the phone. Yeah about that. I would have given handshake of course support and and I wouldn't even include all my fingers on Nice. I gotta you gotTa save some of it back the next time but but everybody's really really delightful to everybody and so. I'm so glad though frank that you did bring that up because we all know how tough these gigs arte get. Yeah you guys are particular fraternity. We are without a doubt we all like having new people coming hiring I the God I love it Eric Bows and Eric Bows and maximum. Max Middlemen we have a new generation. She's so talented and we sit. They really are a mutual admiration society when we're at a session watching each other working off of each other and there's a new generation coming in that are so good so versatile but also just as nice as the welker 's and tails trust McNeil Frank Welker I know because he worked on Aladdin of course Voice Tiger Monkey. Yes that guy's.
"bergen" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!
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"bergen" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!
"So I'm taking it. Murphy Brown is not very happy with the current president. We've really the man is a gift. Every day is a gift it really positive way to look at what's going. Yeah. I don't know how many people who are fans of you now know this, but you were in fact and extraordinarily famous child because your father was one of the most famous Americans alive. Edgar bergen. I don't think it was that famous. But he was I think he was pretty famous, okay? Now, your father again for those who don't know it was the world's most famous and successful Ventura Christie headed dummy Charlie McCarthy, and he was also a famous ventriloquist on radio. Yes. And I mean, no offense. I've seen archival film of your father doing his act and just like people say I have a face for radio. He was ventriloquist for radio, exactly. Really in the early years thinking that you were Charlie McCarthy sister. Oh, yes. I was always called trolley McCarthy sister. And but but he was far more than a brother. He was. He was like a head of state at our Our house, house. and he had a room next to mine and every now, and then my father would bring him out, and we would just kind of sit. And once I mean, I remember once we would have been the breakfast room. He would put Charlie on one knee in on the other. And he when he would squeeze my neck, it meant that I should move my mouth. He would he would put you on the knee and treat you as if you were another ventriloquist's dummy. That's correct. Okay. Charlie shelling. Skipping ahead of bit. Yes. In the nineties, you start in Murphy Brown as much as any others sort of sitcom or TV show exemplified the nineties it was like the dominant show. And of course, it became quite political. When Dan Quayle famously went after not you but your character. Did he know that it was a fictional character? I don't think Dan Quayle that ever seen the show, really. But he was savvy they his handlers had taken the line about Murphy out of his speech, and he reinserted into the speech, and that's all anybody talked about. I remember the entire six months of the campaign. It was on. It was on the front page of every paper. It was in. Every political cartoon every editor it just didn't let up those seem like beautiful simpler time. You one in the original run five Emmys lead actress in a comedy. Going to say that's almost unfair to the competition. But apparently, you realize that yourself is true that you'd said, please don't nominate me anymore. You turned it down. They didn't say please, don't I just didn't submit myself for nomination. I didn't like go in please don't know. No, don't do this. No. Take your five Emmys home and then bludgeoned Charlie McCarthy with them. That's an interesting question. Where is Charlie McCarthy? He's in the. Massoni? Said you bring your knees down there and go. Hey, charlie. They may have gotten the inheritance, but I got a little bit. One day. I'm gonna break out of this..