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"besser" Discussed on Pro Rata

Pro Rata

03:30 min | 2 weeks ago

"besser" Discussed on Pro Rata

"At forward, and that's all signs works. It's the unique sciences. This kind of correction as you move forward Richard One final question for you non virus related news in the last day that the Department of Health and Human Services is asking hospitals to send them Cova data directly rather than sending it to the CDC. What's your big takeaway from that? I find very concerning. Is Our nation's poet health agency in has the nation's top infectious disease epidemiologists and public health scientists. This information should be coming to CDC. CDC can do the studies to look at hospitalization, as it relates to other activities that are going on in the community, so our hospitalizations going up because of actions that kate place in a particular place or actions that should be taking place CDC's the one that should be asking for more data, so the data can be broken down by race and ethnicity neighborhood, so we can address these challenges I was at for thirteen years, there was constantly battles between CDC and elements within the department human. Services and CDC part of the Department is located. Avoid some of the political influence that happens when you're in DC, and it's one of the besides of CDC. Being there when the downsides is, that makes it harder to go to Congress and at the support resources I'm worried at data. Going directly to Washington runs the risk of little influence in a way that it would win. Richard Besser. Thank you so much for joining us. It's a real pleasure. Thanks Dan! Welcome back poor watching today is Walmart which announced it will require all customers to wear face masks in its company owned stores, plus in its Sam's club locations. The rule goes into effect next week and covers around five thousand Walmart locations and Sam's Club spots why it matters is twofold first because Walmart is America's largest retailer, and that's not even very close second. Because it's possible, this rule will help force a cultural shift unmasks particularly in the thirty five percent of Walmart's located in areas without any sort of government mask mandates. Today were also watching apple, which no longer will need to pay fifteen billion dollars in back taxes to Ireland after winning. Winning a landmark court case against the European Union. The back story here is that the EU said in two thousand and sixteen that Ireland had improperly allowed apple to underpay. It's taxes while apple basically replied that it had followed the rules. It's legal version of takes his axes. These story moving forward now is how the Competition Commissioner reacts not just in terms of a possible appeal of the ruling, but also how it plays into her broader interest in establishing an e., U., wide digital tax, un-american giants, and finally today we are looking out the window. Maybe your window, but I'm talking about is a new APP called window swap which lets users. Ten minute videos of the view out of their home or office windows, including audio, or you can just scroll through other people's videos from all over the world relaxing engaging and creepy all rolled into one. No wonder it went viral. And we're done big. Thanks for listening to my producers Tim Chauffeur's Naomi Shaven have a great national gummy worms day, and we'll be back tomorrow with another axios recap..

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Many states continue to face record highs in coronavirus cases

News, Traffic and Weather

05:42 min | Last month

Many states continue to face record highs in coronavirus cases

"It was five months ago on January nineteenth the first case of covert nineteen was detected in the United States today the country has more than two million confirmed infections including record daily increases in some states Dr Richard Besser who used to run the centers for disease control and now leads the Robert wood Johnson foundation is here so where do we stand on this yeah you know I I think that we are in in a situation where many people are tired of hearing about the pandemic you're tired of having their lives disrupted by the pandemic and unfortunately we have something in the political there who are reinforcing that sense that this is over but you're here and it's it's really early days in this in this pandemic and your last week follow that road map that's being laid out by public health in terms of how you gradually get people hello in working and interacting socially it in safe ways if we don't follow that road map we're going to see places that are once again seeing their healthcare systems are well slides disrupted and people losing their lives bicycles been saved had people follow the guidance of public health is it the people in states with the pandemic did not initially hit as hard as it did say in New York or New Jersey not internalize the messaging or was the messaging flawed I I think there's a lot comes down to messaging and and the challenge that you faced during a public health crisis when the primary communicator is not the public health community one of the challenges I see with the the way the response was was orchestrated this pandemic was the entire nation was shut down and at the same time and so places that we're not seeing any disease were were were treated the same as places where the health care system is overwhelmed and that's never the approach public health give me the case these kinds of decisions and communicating them should be up to the centers for disease control and in this pandemic that has not been the case you know when when I when I ran emergency preparedness and response at CDC and and let the agency at the start of the swine flu pandemic the most important tool that that we had was our power to communicate and informs public a public that trusts the messenger is critical to success and when you when you have the political there in the public health layer I had aunts and the message being that public health is is a barrier to the economy coming back then then you're in a really dangerous situation because you then see some people following the advice for political reasons and some people not following your and these are not political choices the idea that people will practice different behaviors based on on politics is a dangerous situation you want the country unified Dr Richard Besser at the Robert wood Johnson foundation such unanimity that he references has not prevailed in states like Arizona and Florida which today reported record high numbers of single day cases parts of Texas have also reported their largest one day increases that includes bear county in the city of San Antonio where Ron Nirenberg is the mayor Mister mayor thanks for joining us let me clarify because we've had in three successive days three of our largest increases each day so the cases are increasing which we knew would happen once we are common and businesses and services started opening up further governors and we wanted to make sure we didn't see a corresponding increase in hospitals the severity in cages that's the alarming trend in addition to how fast the cases of accelerated people of let their guard down and I think that what I've said before about the pace at which the economy is opening Texas doesn't allow us the benefit of data to be affected incisions are being met are you worried then that San Antonio and similarly situated cities in Texas are behind the curve you know what I I remain focused on is ensuring that we have the route the the proper measures in place of time we're making the decisions open up out when the state took control of the opening plan we essential you essentially yielded our ability to stay in front of the Kerr because again they're opening faster than the data shows the actor efficacy of each decision so in that sense we are behind the curve in terms of the decision making process but what I will say is that the local communities the urban communities of practice I've been a very very aggressive and proactive the difficulty in our situation knows the state prevents us from mandating some of the best practices that includes wearing masks the governor prohibited cities from mandating masks but you've made a different decision how to arrive at it you know we had been courting again our orders protocols for businesses to follow when the Attorney General sent him a letter a couple of weeks ago and basically re interpreted the state's order that said we weren't allowed to do that anymore we had to adjust course but we've been recommending these thanks for a while now but what what we did our best we was rather than mandate our maps for individuals we use the the path that we had through the business protocols to mandate businesses import mask wearing as part of their safety

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Trends in Computer Vision with Amir Zamir

This Week in Machine Learning & AI

09:19 min | 7 months ago

Trends in Computer Vision with Amir Zamir

"All right. Everyone we are here for a are rewind our second annual walk walk through the top trends and developments in machine learning and AI. And this time. I am with emirs. Amir Emir is an assistant professor Besser of computer science at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology or EPL. In fact Amir this current moment For another three days days is a post doc at affiliated with Stanford and UC. Berkeley where he was when we first spoke with him back in July of the twentieth eighteen Amir. Welcome back to the TUOMO. Ai podcast thanks. Great to be here. Yeah I'm really excited to dig into this conversation about what What's new your take on? Two Thousand Nineteen from Computer Vision Perspective and so to kind of get started with that. WanNa we just take broad brushstrokes. What's your take on twenty nineteen? Thanks for having me. It was another exciting year in my opinion for fields old's but the guy and Including commit or vision no conflict conferences. They're expanding so there's more talent coming in more energy a thanks. APR Two thousand. Eighteen was six thousand. Roughly the number of ten days in two thousand on nineteen was about ten thousand so we will see another six months ago. So we'll see how it's going to be in twenty twenty but that expansion size. How does that gross rate compared to Europe which is the one that gets a lot of headlines? Writing Writing Europe's was I came back nurse. Like roughly a two weeks ago. I believe it was thirteen thousand But again they are like six months apart so oh You know we will see how CPR it'll be but I think roughly the same size maybe near somewhat bigger because it's generally includes many different areas not just vision entity and so on many There myself included But yeah but they are. Huge conferences is big enough. That you want your friends anymore. are the apor submissions as TV PR growing as quickly as nurse. Yes yeah I don't no not this year The area church should know this number but but all in all what what I'm sure about and it is that there was a really sharp expansion and to some extent that presents a problem for US academics. Because we have to find reviewers for dislocated like papers and so on But that's fine. That's a good problem to have The overall outcome is positive albeit at some variances and You know did. The girl was in a way disproportional because now for the past like four or five years it was a huge huge Interest and we have a lot more like young talent in the field for the same reason. They're young can news. We don't have as many season reviewers to do value the papers so to some extended review quality has a little bit of various incentive in comfort two years ago but again like I said that's a good problem to the house because the field is generating more results so a little bit of variances in my opinion acceptable so the field is growing dramatically as has our other areas in La. I what else is happening. Ambition right in terms more. Technically I think You know we see a few trends had had there not to exclude two thousand nineteen but I think some of them are maturing into the nineteen one Meta trend that I see for sure is that we see a lot of in areas like vision plus something else like vision process graphics a nominal example of that or are all these like image scientists spy-planes either Gan base and and whatnot but the pipelines that essentially generate image. That's in a way it's a graphics problem because graphic is about like generating something good looking that you put under your screen like rendering things and vision was inverse of the problem. You already have an image and you won't understand ended but These areas got blended together. And I think The first time envisioned that I saw a reasonably working example was the paper. Picks two picks a few years ago and after it became really popular and cycle gone and so on those papers actually he came primarily from the vision community and of course the graphics community worked a lot on it too so So mix of area of vision press graphics. I guess we'll discuss said partially a Leonard. Get into more details Vision plus robotics is expanding. Think it's one of the areas to watch for sure vision Like adver Saudi under the bus since literature. I think that's something that we not many of US side coming But wait actually makes sense That how the algorithms the basically that there was a line of research going forward making machinery insistence mortar boss than at their Sarah. Examples would like posing concerns funds to people who turns out that you know if you have more robust algorithms for processing visual data. They are more useful seward just processing non-adversarial literature and not address content as well like if you have an innocent as pipeline It it works better if it was robust defied even though the even if you don't mess with the input anymore We can discuss in more detail. Go forward but I think generally the trend of mixing saying different areas with vision is increasingly popular. And I think there's actually a healthy reason to this I think it's a realization musician attack. That vision is service to some downstream goal. It's a very powerful skill. But don't usually observe the world old for the purpose of just absorbing a like just understanding what's going on usually have an intense in mind like we understand the world with you know when I when I get up in the morning wing When I open my eyes a intend to get out of bed safely navigate myself out of the bedroom so the vision is very practical unskilled and so we cannot really make that independence? The research do on vision of these downstream skills so vision plus x is is To me I see that as realization of that fact especially in the context of robotics the reason we mix vision robotics together is that our robots what's needed to have a complex understanding that the world acquired through the cameras so whatever division pipeline outburts. It should be in a way curated To best support downstream gulliver robots. I particularly. Don't care for instance having robot in my home and it can detect all the objects Jackson do all sorts of complex. Thanks I don't really care how the Vision pipeline works if the downstream will robots. Whatever it is? Make the beds or or do laundry or whatever that is if that works just fine the vision can be asking. Blizzard wants to be and so it is really and twin intertwined pipeline and I am. I'm actually happy to see that. These areas are mixing together. Because we can now do a more were meditated design in our research and do vision in a way that it's more useful toward you downstream goals. There are some caveats that story Ernst Art when I observe painting watching and looking at it but I'm appreciating I don't necessarily intent to do something with it but I'm generally speaking. Vision is a very practical scale and makes it areas in in. My opinion is Is a realization of that is there also also an implication that vision has reached a level of maturity or meaning the core vision tasks have reached a level of maturity already or performance that we can now even consider moving onto a real world Types of things and incorporating in these other areas like we've we've solved enough of core vision to then mix it with these other fields. Yes and no I would really has really hesitant to say to have solved enough core vision problems or it'd be have sold them like fine. I actually think lets them. The simplest example probably longest Running problem vision is say object detection We're not appointed can say that they can with a high confidence. Yes we can detect an object under varying lighting conditions in different context says unsold and so forth so But at the same time a huge amount of progress has has been made Whether there's a way to make them useful at the answer is yes. And that's why many people are not vision. 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CMS' Dr. Kate Goodrich Discusses Measuring and Rewarding for Value Under Medicare's Forthcoming MVPs Program

The Healthcare Policy Podcast

02:23 min | 9 months ago

CMS' Dr. Kate Goodrich Discusses Measuring and Rewarding for Value Under Medicare's Forthcoming MVPs Program

"This podcast will discuss measuring and rewarding for value. You with Dr Kate. Goodridge Director of CMS is center for Clinical Standards and quality and cms as chief medical officer. Kate welcome to the program. Hey David thanks for having me appreciate it. Dr Goodridge's bile is of course posted on the podcast website on background. As I've noted previously Americans Americans are forced to spend over one trillion dollars annually on healthcare that is of low or no value that is healthcare that does not improve ones health status well Medicare officials have implemented numerous value based payment programs and demonstrations this year these arrangements financial reward either quality the or reduce spending growth. They do not reward value or spending efficiency defined as quality or outcomes achieved relative to spending on on November first. CMS publish the agency's final twenty twenty Medicare quality payment program rule that announced beginning in two thousand twenty one cms institute to MVP or America's incentive payments system value pathways these value pathways will be created to financially incent and reward quote unquote high value clinicians this means cms will begin to measuring reward Medicare physician performance based on value or spending being efficient Oregon. Outcomes achieve relative to spending listeners may recall I discussed measuring for healthcare value or spending efficiency with University of Michigan. Professor Besser Ryan Andrew O.. Rien excuse me. This past may eleventh and in later May I posted on the website. A related I say I wrote for Bloomberg Law again with me to discuss measuring rewarding value under Medicare specifically part B. Physician compensation cms. This is Dr Kate. Goodrich so kate With that as background. Let's get into this MVP initiative live as. You're well aware. In Twenty Twenty fifteen macro legislation replaced the Medicare sustainable growth rate formula used to update Adderley Medicare physician reimbursement with MIPS again. Nips the merit based incentive payment system MIPS measures every words physician performance using four categories quality.

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"besser" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

02:52 min | 9 months ago

"besser" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

"Waffles and whistle blowers. I'm Matt Holloway. And I'm Michelle Davis today. We're talking can fordham story the FDA being thanks low to respond and commonsense science later were joined by Matt. Besser talk about comedy. We'd and his new comedy special pot humor who stay tuned. The Arts about sharpen knows knives. Its fourth up at Doug Kitchen podcast. What is up potty? It's this we have Thanksgiving recipes for you on our sites. I know a lot of y'all have already gone that if you did not listen to last week's episode certain you're just now catching this goto duck kitchen dot com slash be Swiss hyphen yet. East's feasts feasts floral floral of fixing link. I'll just do a bunch of different variations. I'm sorry you're jeff or just google baseless location. That's fine. What what last week reposted the sourdot? Herb stuffing which is been a head Since the end of the year one yet we we used to call it. The popular mushroom stuffing. But I redid the recipe this year. because I've been just baking it but memory for years and years as ocean devices that up yet no so I would have made it from memory after creating S. We have been doing it for years like that. Like you know what I feel. Feel like it's evolved as I did that and it sounds like okay. I'm going to cook it again. And I'm going to rewrite the recipe so now it's a little bit more fine tuned. It's a a little bit bigger serving size because I think you always want more stuffing at the table. You never have too much and the mushrooms. It doesn't take mushrooms. y'All it's just different mommy. You're not even going to notice. Breath stuffing did doesn't need to be cooked. Birds has let we got you. Yeah come on come on that the rest of your with the fucking mushrooms are gross. Shut the fuck up but we got a new come in this week. By time this airs we will have reposted. The roasted roasted. Brussels sprouts with cranberries. Because people say they don't like Brussel sprouts. But I'd say that that is a person who has never had properly prepared. Brussel sprouts fucking delicious. Dish is another one that we've reworked from back in like year one. Tk and I was surprised that people loved it so much. Because I was like this is the thing Michelle likes are just. They're just for me and then everyone's like Oh shit and I see it every year on instagram program when people are attacking us for the holidays. Shit like y'all are still making this and so we re shot. It looks gorgeous good job Mattie cakes your and If you don't like Brussel sprouts you.

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"besser" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

Doug Loves Movies

03:17 min | 9 months ago

"besser" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

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"besser" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter

The Three Questions with Andy Richter

07:50 min | 9 months ago

"besser" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter

"Yeah and now there's other ways so you can create your own Reality Reality Your career to a degree you still have to find fans and stuff. Yeah that's where I'm at. Yeah and now and going into the what. Have you learned part of these three questions. I mean I'm sure that you get lots of I mean I get people sending me. I'm a comedy writer Peter. I'm an aspiring comedy writer in Lincoln Nebraska. What do I do? You know what I mean and I don't necessarily mean like the advice aspect but I mean what what's the point of what you've been doing. I mean what. Where do you come out at the end of this very very amazingly diverse? I experience in career. Yeah it's like when you're talking about what did you learn because we have been talking about comedy. Andy but could be about life too. I was going to say notoriously private I wanted. I didn't want to tell people about well. Both my parents are dead and They both passed onto early and it was in recent years relatively and there's no doubt they both for different reasons and and this what happened afterwards to to me. That's what changed my life like having just big picture lessons. It's like one lesson I learned in life. You never know what's going on with people. Yeah so trying to give an example. Here's one that that connects to world. My mom committed suicide. So that's a topic. I didn't even think of before she did. And they wouldn't care I. It was because it wasn't in my life and that's the way most people move through life. If something isn't affecting in your life you're not thinking about it too much And you probably just don't really care in a true empathetic way in especially we're going going back to the twenty year old like in comedy and you just fucking say anything. I'm just going to be funny. I'll be outrageous. I'll make fun of anything and everything and go anywhere with my comedy because I just do not give a fuck. I think at some point as you start to mature as a comedian. You find you find an empathy where you have to realize. My audience isn't me and I can. I can affect the way they feel beyond comedy. I can make them sad an in by offending them or or making them feel Less than about themselves may better way. Put them being alienated aided. Because you're just you're you're not thinking about their needs. You're only thinking about your needs right so after my mom commits suicide all of a sudden everything on stage was suicide. I started noticing and people making fun of 'em being glib about in cavalier and it being in comedy it's like it's like when you learn no word that you hadn't yes and then all of a sudden you start seeing it everywhere having an analysis word before yeah is the same thing with suicide and I was like but then that opened me up to like other things that maybe didn't affect me. I'm like you got to start thinking about that. Yeah that you don't know what's going on with the people that can apply to an audience that can apply to someone you're working with. Who seems really dark for six months? And you're like I. I think I would either write them off or go. What an asshole res- now? It's like I don't know who knows what they're going through. Because I know people you know I was going through when out of me so I try to be empathetic to that. Yeah and that can go into comedy to like I. I don't know who's in the audience what they've been through. I really got to know that. Whatever I'm going to say I would be comfortable with the wherever topic? I'm talking talking about whatever type of person I'm talking about life experience. If a person that has that life experiences that type of person the CI- I should be comfortable saying this this bit in front of them without feeling bad that I might be offending them so That doesn't mean no jokes about suicide but it's like realize some people I might either be contemplating suicide or know someone who had it or so. Just be careful but that applies to everything. Well that's that's why I think the you know this controversy about pc culture killing comedy and comedy is supposed to be free and not have any concerns about offending people. That's just you're talking about a grownup attitude and you're saying yeah. Sure I say whatever you want but you got you got accept the consequences you gotta accept the responsibility of what you're saying and I think that this notion that com- comics should say whatever ever the fuck they want a it's usually it's usually as a cover for being not particularly original and just being boring in saying offensive pensive Shit. Because you think you know just stupid bro Humor but it also too is a very unevolved very immature way of communicating indicating that I. I'm right in the middle of this of when I read all these opinions to censor people me neither there and But I I am. That's why I don't like to say certain. Topics are off are off limits like say certain words off limits all about context. And that's that's why I feel like that test I'm saying is you WANNA do that. Crazy Asian accent. Would you do that in the face of an Asian person if you would then that means you're either a sociopath in you hate Asian people. Yeah or you feel that your joke is crafted in a way that it is an offensive to them. Yeah and that they should realize that yes so am putting it like and I could go back through my own material and take out a lot go. Oh No I don't know if I would say of course so that. That's that's me tying real life to comedy I guess and listen. I don't know I'm still learning. How many lessons did you learn that? You don't follow though right now. View Forget. Forget get to like I'll be I constantly like. Oh Yeah Right. I remembered that thing in I learned that thing a while ago and I was just fucking it up over and over and now I remember I learned it again all right well. We've talked for a long time. We're such old friends. 'cause I love you and and this is really fun. I hope I scored well on the three questions. Please Grade Your Dad's hat Matt Besser. Send Me My score. You got a seven but you gotta seven seven. Yeah all right. Well that's it. You people have heard enough go outside now now you podcast listeners. Yeah but watch my special outside. Yeah yeah get your. What's your put your? VR are headset on and go sit in the park and watch pot humor All right well thank you Matt Besser. I love you and he and thank you listeners. I love you too and we will will Every there's one guy but we will see you next time.

"besser" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter

The Three Questions with Andy Richter

13:17 min | 9 months ago

"besser" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter

"Jews. I just WanNa Jonathan. We're all being crazy. Just thought a cake and I you guys to at the time. Yes it was you ray ratio sands Adam McKay Rick Roman. Rick Roman who who passed away tragically very funny guy. Rick Roman was a kind of new to the scene and had a very kind of Andy. Coffman Ish vibe to him yes I would. I'd say he made Andy. Kaufman Look Tame. Because I've never heard stories of Andy Kaufman in real life. Yeah Yeah like pissing people off Rick ricks. The world was his stage like earlier when you're talking about Drugs and Columbia. A store popped in my mind is I went to a the the reason said oh there was coq around. I went to Columbia Party Columbia College Party and there was coke and it was one of those things were coke is in the one room room and everybody falls into the room and comes out not not everybody's invited. Yeah and we were in definitely not invited in the COQ room. We were just drunk. Yeah I'm being astles and rick was going around touching people's hair and in like brushing it like a dog in and And then walking away and it would piss and we and we were going up to them saying. Don't worry about our friend. He's on super cool and he's which is made up drug right right and eventually this guy wanted to kick his ass and it was one of those. The whole Party stops in the room clears for these guys to fight Enrica Zoll wide eyed acting. Like he's on some crazy drug and he's just ready around. Yeah Yeah and we had to talk. The guy into it was weird acid trip. Sorry do this like this is is when like Special K and Shit as floating around. Is this new drug called super cool. And he doesn't know what he's doing and see you guys that that you guys represented that kind of energy which is a pranking kind of energy and you would come to parties and and to me. It always seems Gleich because you guys were sort of still like the freshman. Yeah like Adam. McKay who's got one of the biggest brains in the world was still. He was in the same kind of boat where where he was coming from. A belief Pittsburgh Philly. Yeah coming from Philly had done comedy but like is this new guy starting to do stuff and very ambitious very brilliant. Obviously but but also kind of like you got all these guys you know all these different. Mike's and Jeff's in hockey jerseys you know and and there and it's a very specific Chicago comedy guy kind of thing and and those guys don't prank like there was any by story story. Yeah I remember this I. Yeah and that's why I say like you guys would come to these parties and I just sort of. I don't know I just. I thought you guys were funny. I The pranking shit was always like It makes me so nervous. I'm terrible at pranking like I did. They had me do crank yankers once. I was terrible at it because I just identify with the poor person that I'm supposed to be pranking. King inept going. I'm so sorry goodbye. Hang up but you guys come these parties and I liked you guys. Hang out and talk to you guys and to be funny but you case we're we're like you did have this very combative grump. Ethos is always like hey man you want to go and you would sit around with each other talking about fighting fighting never fighting but just like talking about fighting and what kind of fighting you would do and I just like. I remember that I do that. All the time you'd be like I'd be ready to go Yeah and I remember one time sitting with you guys just being like this is all all right. It's kind of funny but really boring guys like come on. There's so much better things to talk about than fighting but it would carry over of fighting to that you guys would sit around and he would talk about like I would have your back if you know if like was it part of the whole thing like. Here's a story where like guys there are guys from my from the Chicago Improv. Group who I remember being apologies being like we should go over there and and whether it was you or Adam. McKay or horatio. So here's more like so it was amp or something or I don't know it was an annoyance anniversary of Co.. Ed was like one of the longest running original shows in Chicago possibly still running. I don't even know probably and it was very special is it should have been event for that theatre. The annoyance theater was like the flagship show. Yeah that theater a very funny show. Yeah and it was some kind of anniversary. Sorry for it so they had bought a big layout of food and I remember there was like shrimp and oysters and that is not usual unusual. No that's that's like breads us at that jaw dropping Lee expensive. Yeah we're hot dog. At that point it would have been amazed when there was always easters. Yeah so anyway. They're doing the twenty fifth anniversary and are doing a special show in Arizona. Theater is up in the theater. We walk in late. There's not enough room for us to see the show so we go down to where all the food is it. We start eating food of this. I'm I'm remembering while the show is still going okay. He goes eight everything right. I don't know about that. But we're fade into the stripping in a way Stewart's so and we're last on the guest list at all. I I think I think I was the only one invited. And I think I brought that that whole crew you brought your hillbilly friends. Yeah and they and none of them were invited. And Rick was putting was wrapping this wrapping shrimp and always Tres Napkins. Sticking in his pocket for later theologist the eating. Like I'm GonNa take the other stuff for home later. Yeah so so then the show ends in everyone comes was down there and sees US little rats down. There was little fucking wet. Rats eat all the shrimp and osters and Shit and I You can guess who. Yeah said I'm a kick your fucking ass and I think it came down to Horatio and Mike and I was in the middle and it was gonna be a fight yet and it had cleared out and it was in the front lobby news in it in. It was like like we're sick coming in here and then I got called out is sitting on the fence. Besser besser you're talking. You're talking about a two sides your mouth because I wouldn't choose because I did annoyance shows and I did Were you dating somebody at the time. I probably adding Susan think so. Yeah Yeah I think I think so. Yeah so between gangs because like come on everybody. We're just trying on a have a good time. We're just filling their pockets with who among us so yeah that that always laugh at that that one of the two theater comedy crowds in such a small senior. Yes yes and also and also to one aspect of the story. Is that the person that was on the side of the House wanting to fight. Horatio is a formidable. Oh formidable wolf fighter. Yeah the biggest guy biggest guidance and also well-versed in fisticuffs. So yeah it was it. Yeah Yeah it was just it was going to be some tussle you know it could have been error finds out on the softball fields yet. I remember absolutely. There's IT was a lot. There were a few people had anger issues. In those days. You know including myself up till now but I I was including you. You know that. That's maybe the store my life but yeah I remember at one point asking is saying something I I mentioned something about that. I've never been physical fight in my life and you said like Oh my God. I've got punched a thousand times. I was okay. Yeah I can see that I can see I can see Matt Besser throughout time not being able to not be able to hold it in and getting smacked. I don't think I've ever hit anyone. I except for maybe Arkansas. Except for maybe Pete Homey tell me that was a great fight well down here. I brought it up Arkansas. Aw you're from fucking Arkansas. Yeah you're an Arkansas. Ju I know that's crazy. That's very That's formative live. Yeah for my dad even more so yeah And your mom I there's all kinds of crazy stuff about your mom being ostracized for marrying. Yeah she was Christian and came from the you know Harrison which is up in the ozark Berry still very conservative place and she married my dad who was Jewish and that did not sit well with my grandparents and they pretty much disowned him. They were at the wedding. I wished I had this on film my grandmother crying at the wedding but it usually people are crying with joy and her crying with just straight up grief grief over wildly It's crazy after the wedding was over. My grandfather took my mother's car from her that he had given her in the parking lot. Outside in the parking lot of the wedding. Only ca-car is people are great. Now was your dad. Was Your Dad from little rock originally. We're his people from Arkansas. It's interesting because I'm I'm about to do a show in Saint Louis which I've never done before but that's where my were all the Jews. We came from the Ukraine occurring into Iowa briefly and then into Saint Louis for a while the best or clan and And they went and they had a business that went back and forth between Little Rock and Saint. Louis there was a lot of Well we're opening up Clothing store in Little Rock. You can go work for my uncle down there. There's a jewelry shop up in Saint. Louis there's a lot of that. Yeah Yeah So. He was born in Saint Louis but mostly race in Brian. Little Rock And what did you do for a living. He was an investment banker and investment banker. Yeah did your mom have a job or would now. Yeah she didn't and and you have a one brother right older brother a younger brother younger brother Yeah. He lives in boulder now but Yeah not many moms had jobs back then know that knowing. I can't even think of a mom who did have a job and well. My mom ended up having a job but it was sort of out of necessity city and it was like off. Shoot of my stepfather's business. So but yeah. I don't even aside from a couple of you've teacher MOMS or librarian the librarian I knew her kids but other than that. Yeah you're right no I say that obviously from I'm a place of upper middle class privilege but that neighborhood right right exactly and what was it like growing up what were you. Are you know a funny kid did you. I was running to other kids but never to adult. I was so go to like anyone not my friends. Yeah I think I was very funny. My friends after bill But like when I finally got Ratna comedy it's so shocked my parents and my brother and people who weren't there like that kid who just so introverted and yeah uh but I but in my in class that'd be I was the class clown. Yeah typical story was it. When when when was it that you start? It was a college that you started to do. Comedy so That's why I was saying about you are interested in. You're saying the second city was just is a whole other universe that you weren't aware of because you know we're talking being from a pre internet coming of age is such two different story and I almost wonder if our brains are going to let you know what I mean. Yeah no I grew up in Iraq. I I really think if you'd ask ask twelve year old Matt Besser like how do you become an actor. I would have said well..

"besser" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter

The Three Questions with Andy Richter

04:12 min | 9 months ago

"besser" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter

"Yeah is Will really separate a crowd. Who's WHO's enjoying that? WHO's like I cannot fucking deal with? Yeah Yeah and at that point my twenties. That's all I wanted to do. I wanted the bit to go all night long. There also was a lot a lot of I think a lot of it was a lot an mushrooms and acid ecstasy and stuff and I think that that was you know as a parent I I doubt my kids are listening to this. Maybe they will someday but but like I couldn't like my kids said to me you know of course when they're like eighteen but like you know. Should I do mushrooms. I couldn't tell them no don't at eighteen. Yeah I'd be you like. Yeah probably should you know like I found really useful and really fucking showed me like I. I just remember there somewhere to do it right right. Yeah but but I just remember there being parties where there was something something involved some kind of substance involved and they were like. We're not talking here. There's no heroin cocaine. There's it's I never cook came. There was some cocaine was there. I was around the cocaine on it was just more people tripping. Yeah and and I just remember there being parties where here. I was being funny in a way that I didn't even know I could be funny. There was stuff coming out of my mouth that like like was like a you know standing screaming in my underwear and being like wow whose this person that's in me yelling. This stuff and showrooms can do that it can open up your mind Mike Jimi Hendrix are Comedian yeah can't flow sometimes. Sometimes I I definitely remember that. Too Vivid memories of that we used to party at the annoyance theatre had this theater. That was right on Broadway A and you could get up on the roof of it. In the party's it'd be up on the roof and you could over look the whole street. It was such a good in time I remember I think it was like an ecstasy party or shrimp doesn't matter and everybody was going once again. I was a freshman even in. This is a very freshman story and because I wanted to fit in. Because you're used to. That's the other thing we're all class clowns we all. We're the funniest person in our high school. Yeah and now we're all together and it's like oh no now I gotta amp up my game to have people pay attention into especially when I'm the freshman right sir. Remember this party oblivous. Yeah it was Howard's birthday and and there was a cake and someone had already taken a piece out and he had eaten. We'd we're past. That and the cake was still sitting. There was like an hour later. And everybody's going nuts as people were throwing beer around. Yeah throwing water balloons off the roof and shit and I got the cake. And I'm like this is going to be funny. And I smashed it into Howard's face and I'm the freshman. Yeah he's the most highest status guy the theater he kinda and he actually was salaried at the theater. Yeah and and it's his birthday. I've barely done probably six shows at this point but I'm you know I'm a funny guy. I'm crazy party guy so I smashed. The cake is there's the knife still in the cake. I didn't say that he this big old shirt. Neither interesting thing smashed into space. Doesn't cut him. But the you know the knifelike clank Elaine can remember I think it was his wife. Start yelling at me. Someone started yelling at me to stop the whole part like you who just smashed a cake with an attachment moment those.

"besser" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter

The Three Questions with Andy Richter

12:44 min | 9 months ago

"besser" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter

"Hello podcast world. It's the three questions with Andy Richter and I'm friendly with most of the people that come on this show I mean some of them. I don't know very well but I. I don't know that there's been anyone that's like an absolute stranger. That's been on but this is I'm actually talking to someone who's a very dear friend of mine today and whom I've known feel like since birth Nat besser comedy birth. Hey Man listen to Scott Thompson's episode in common old friend. I'm like I'm way older. Yeah you are you are. You're you're like no really you are you and I knew each other before we were even slightly grownups we I think we were still kind of like kids. I would think doc will I think we're about the same age. Yeah I'm fifty two. What are you? I'm fifty two. Yeah it's funny because when I when I you were born in Chicago or raise is there and I moved there. And you're already part of the whole Improv scene. When I moved there yeah and to me? You were like like an elder and I treated you like. You're ten years older and you'd been around forever and people tend to do that even when you're like even when they are only the year more inexperienced rice like you're like an elder to a sophomore or a junior in Improv terms and you were a freshman yes and yeah but you know what you seem more like a senior though. Because they're such a small scene at that point see. I didn't feel like a senior. I felt like there were other people that were like when you're in a freshman now. Yeah everyone's old right right. Oh I know and it's also It's also funny to be like they were the guys like. Oh that guy's been around a long time when you first start out and they and they seem performed view Thompson. You're not very good. There was like a few of those that I was always like it. You know it is true you come into this new thing and you think I had been through the same thing in film school like I'd come and extorted film school in Chicago and felt very like I knew nothing and was very self-conscious and very naive and innocent innocent and then you just kind of figure out on. I don't know where all nobody nobody knows anything. Nobody I mean that's and that's carries on through life to you. You know there was so much in my jumping into the no. No you know whatever uh Questions don't really the hose right answer really working on. It is just wait for me. Just ask people personal questions. You don't score whereas at the end until I just ask personal questions and then I hide my erection. Hearing the answers lie could talk a lot about us gary the extra hard but as you know it was such a small scene thinking about it. Yeah Yeah so and I think we were so lucky that it was so small we were so fortunate. Because that Improv seal never be that way again. Yeah well Improv. In general will never it was still kind of a weird little niche thing. You had to explain to people without without. Yeah we're making this up and they'd be no you're not well I WANNA ask you since you were from Chicago. Did you grow up knowing what comedy. Improvisation meant no. When did you first? I now gone a second city. I never went to second city until I was. Yeah that was not a a grew up sixty miles fifty miles. How's West Chicago? which might as well have been two hundred dollars we went to we went to bears? Games cubs games the occasional white sox games because US white sox games were. The South side. Was Scary geologist. White fear it was all just like whirl white fear controlled everything and like and and also the notion of going to concerts like we when my brother and I started going to concerts and we started my brothers three years older but we started doing that together because in my brother had a terrible sense of direction and needed me to navigate like he got when he got a driver's license at age sixteen. I was thirteen. He didn't know how to get to like my Stepdad's plumbing shop where he'd been going for like five years of his life or he didn't know how to get to the mall all that's nuts it's crazy and I mean at the time. I thought it was crazy. Still we'd have to take me with him to remind him how to get to the mall which he has that. My my dad has that same year. His lupis absolute lack of direction. My Dad had my dad's a brilliant in credit. One of the smartest people can't find his way around like just gets lost constantly but So I over estimate your absolutely when we started going to see concerts when I was sixteen. Maybe he was nineteen it was going to the Aragon ballroom terrifying absolutely terrifying to us. And you know and then Sunday you get used to. It's like Oh this is no big parking. You go to shows and especially because the I'm sort of is the same way though you probably went to the aquarium at some point and you weren't taking a second city because it's such a state owned Chicago no not not. I was aware that there was second city. I was aware that John Belushi was from Chicago. I was aware that cheeseburger cheeseburger was a was a Greek diner in Chicago. But that but it was still a mystery street to us. That almost gives me comfort. Yeah Oh that you like 'cause in Little Rock where I'm from. I certainly felt isolated from that. Yeah and I wasn't even even getting to go to the Aragon ballroom but anyway I didn't know Improv at all until I came there I came Chicago for stand up which was booming. Yeah Yeah in the early. I remember seeing standard man. Yeah I think it was like one of the you weren't you and McCain were about the only people that I knew that did both yeah and I would sometimes something I would sometimes go with you and or with mechanical standup parties. And there. He's a very much a difference between Improv. Homes and man I was like man. Improv parties are loud and fun kind of weirdly competitive and stand parties are sad and like everyone cut it quietly off in their own thing and like it occurred to me. Oh yeah they don't play with others. It's like everybody's there my first Improv party. So must have been after one of the First Times I Asai Herald period out of just must've glommed on and say there's a party young go to it and for people who don't know Herald Matenaer. Both students students of Del Close Herald was his long form. Improv game it was just basically it was a group game that involves scenes and gains and it always supposed to kind wrap up at the end. Basically not say at this point the entire Improv scene was probably sixty two hundred people at best probably I would think so. Oh you any once your. We're in it for three months kind of felt like you knew every body. Yeah I mean there were. There were people at second city who are actually making six six hundred dollars a week at it which which was astounding and mind boggling and you kinda would get to know them But yeah but no in terms of like like the regular plebes of Improv. Yes I went to this house. Party and the best group at the time was Blue Velveeta. Lv Data and they were indeed amazing and terrible name. Yeah they were like one of the last Pun name groups but anyway really great group. Jay Leggett Who passed away a few years ago but Big Personality Really Funny Guy. I could be a bit of a stage hog but I could definitely just rule the stage in rule a room if if he wanted to and then Noah of course Noah Gregor operas who wasn't on a classic team at that point. I remember as much he has been on some at that point. I I can't remember that but was like next. Adele was like a general of the theater and yes also ha ha. Has this razor. sh-she are start onic dry wit. Yeah which he could use used to cut a friend or a stranger to the core. I delighted in watching me but that night I didn't know either one. There are just too huge huge guys and they're both really big guys. And when I entered the hardy everyone was gathered around peeking into a small bedroom. Smaller modernise studio or in like everyone was looking in the door in those two guys were on a mattress that was on the floor facing each other and both red-faced sweaty with beers in their hand taking turns insulting each other. It was just a snap battle but I didn't know either one of them mm-hmm so I didn't even know the personality that they were. Yeah Yes napping on that point right but I could tell it was so ruthless in hilarious. Yeah and the whole house was watching it and these both these guys were clearly really funny. Yep and it was all done in good. Humor obviously wasn't a fight right but still the whole point of that is to say the worst fucking thing. Yeah like to push the button. Your the buttons. Yeah and it was king of the mountains here. Yeah and it was very Freddie in maybe way too but still it was exciting and people don't and people hear that and think. Wow that is mentally ill like what a sick thing to do to each other. And what a sick thing to revel in what a the thing to crowd around bedroom door to watch and they're not wrong but it also in your young mind wanting you being being serious about doing this thing not even realizing how serious you are about this thing. It is truly thrilling. Truly exciting. I felt I found my crowd for this reason. I've been around parties. Where we're all chugging a beer in we're all looking into a room or whatever or it's beer pong long right right or two guys are wrestling are? They're literally fighting an angry and hollering right are some dudes taken as close off. That's not quite my crowd. Yeah Yeah I was there. I've been party in college and high school but then I found found a crowd. We're all we're all being funny. Yeah like that's where the energy is coming out and it's not just one person being funny and everyone the whole crowd. It's everybody can fucking add to it. It's like you're not just you know it's a it's a kitchen. It's not just one guy cook. And it's a kitchen full of talented chefs making a lot of fun. And I hit the same because I went to film school and this was like very shortly after film school and I would have mixed parties of film school friends and Improv friends and my films are we talking Columbia Columbia College College. And you know it'd be my film school friends you know Kinda Gothi you know. Look you know a few of them are kind of Gothi and a few of them are kind of just like young sensitive artist types and they would just be sitting over in a corner miserable while like a bunch of guys in bears. Jerseys are screaming at the the top of their lungs. And I'm enjoying the screen and they're saying funny funny shit but it is like really fucking loud and the film school brings me like quite a so loud because she kinda gotta be. That's sort of like part of the joy of it is being loud. How sorry in doing the the bit and the bits never stopping?.

"besser" Discussed on High and Mighty

High and Mighty

13:44 min | 9 months ago

"besser" Discussed on High and Mighty

"I think almost to let me know you have no. Yeah Skinny Brawny just a heads up this is gonNA be. There's GonNa be paid for all right Fish story so yeah it was so we had this house. Td and we're having a party one time. And like I I said sex is not part of my stories. I am not hooking up in high school at all in college barely. This is one of the few nights. I'm hooking up at my own party and I can say that because it happened so few times this woman. Someone who I've dated you know a while at this point and but not hooked up with so it's a big night for me is what I'm trying to say. Knock knock knock doc guys not now go away not I figured they want me to party chug like they know. Oh Baddies Like just that's the most. I'm giving him enough credit that they're not doing that No I don't know how I let them know by was like guys be cool. You know she's in the air and they knew us dating so so So Vinca opened the door guys. What the fuck man in there like a best gene to come out here and they have this look on their face like something's really fucked up? I'm like why why. Why can't this morning did you got to come out here? And we're up on the second floor of this house and we go to the bathroom the second floor and there's a towel dispensers been ripped off the side of the wall. I'm I'm like. Why do I care like disarmed? We're GONNA have to pay for it. But why are you telling me now. The Windows Open. This person has ripped attachments. Attachments are off the wall. Thrown it out the window and it's gone through the window the windshield of my car which I am renting just for the weekend as a joke because my my real car which was a piece of shit was being repaired and the repair shop at fucked up on my car so they had offered offered me any rental car from their fleet. So had gotten this big old Lincoln towncar joke because we we never drive anywhere at mine collins you could walk everywhere parked. It didn't even need it to drive so I literally just talk the pair shot just to see your friends so they could see me dry. This you lack towncar. Lincoln Dude threw Out His windshield the first night so pissed in And he was has ended up being this guy named Pud low which I've since put his name into UC be seen. He was on the baseball team. In House GonNa kick my ass ask because I was like you got to pay for this. He's like Oh it was a party dude in like there was this whole. It's almost a it's almost a defensible. That's the other party that me and my friends had with him and his friends of like. Hey Man it's a party. That's just what happens at a party me go no dude. You vandalized mister car like fucking spill a full beer or you lie. Yes you like are false also over on some in some breaks. But I'm not even mad at you for the towel rack or the bathroom. I'm talking about my car. I dude on laughing gas Go around to party this is in Chicago and I think I've told you this story. But he was like one for you one for me one for you. You work for me with a big circle of people which folks just let it go around the circle. Don't do every other hit GonNa go away. No it's bad. But he fell. He fell over like he just his. I think he just passed out on. Went through a glass coffee table. Aw It was the most brilliant moment because like everyone hated this guy because he was going to pass it around. Just don't go every other you think to yourself. And then when he went through that fucking coffee table I was like you watch. Party Karma instantly acted out like that is that was uh man some to fuck. It fell through Chris Farley at one Jones Jones Beach Rookie Party me. And my buddy cooked forks in barbecue and then press them into our ass to brand our asses and we live is still brandon now cleared up his too. It's really funny because we had we had to like sit on our towels at the stand for like a week because we really fucked them out so it just just looks like a fork head of it was supposed to look like four lines because we And then when we we did it we both were so fucked up. I was like I don't know if you did mind for long enough. And so we both did it again on top of these and we were just so shit faced and we thought it was so funny that we're branding I it and now in hindsight like I see the like my whip pan around everyone. Everyone's faces like what is happening at this parliament. Friend in a frat called the rodrigues who they branded their arms these black dudes and it's fucking nasty fucking brands man. I feel like I'm an. Maybe I'm stereotyping here. But I think the black fraternity thing is often like the Greek letters raised still. Don't do that. But that's what they're doing Iraq. Yeah a friend of mine did it and I was like Holy Shit man that worth it. Yeah it's like it's had to right. Looks Awful Doc. Looks Awful Seems like it's just about party when it comes down to it right. Ah I always in a gang. I was always anti fraternity despite sort of living in like that lifestyle just knowing that you could do it without the fraternity part was always like I'm like. Oh Yeah. Rugby is like we have the camaraderie the Brotherhood. But we also personality ever taken a hazing and I know that's easy to say now but like even Freshman Matt Besser. I don't know if I could taken I think I I. I hope I would have drawn some lines. Just not taking like Have some close friends and family members and went to fraternities and like I. I heard about like what they're hazing was shit and it's just like yeah. I don't think I think I would have stepped down my gun. You know I fully embrace the whole one hundred shots one under minutes on that Kinda Shit. GimMe Fucking Shit to Piss or Austin hot sauce in your butthole call all that. Yeah spend a half hour sitting like go five hours in a basement like butthole rapi butthole shit. That's just so glad glad I wasn't never did. I think I've said this before on a pod but this is a house party thing for a rugby initiation. We used to. We used to do this thing. Called fuck the Pumpkin skin and we would invite the rookies down one by one like a triumvirate of the senior players or the older players. Mostly me because I could keep like lies. You stick your Dick in the Pumpkin. Yes so they'd come down there'd be a Pumpkin with a hole in it like a jacqueline and but one one on like a glory all and there'd be like condoms and shared on uh-huh and we'd be like it's fucked Pumpkin. Well here's here's the thing you made it up. You talk the person into unzipping their fly starting to keep doing man. You're so gross. We're GONNA fuck this Pumpkin in front of us. Why don't you just say no? Even though we'd like respect that a little bit and we'd go and you go upstairs you put your head down and when anyone asked you what happens you just like give even though like i WanNa talk about it look and we just kept doing it to person after person to read about like remember an article about people sticking pine cones up up their ass that was like some football or soccer fraternity. No it was a high school football team and Eventually that high school football team sodomized a kid with a golf club club and disbanded the football team fucking Lord and the reason. I know that I would do that. You WanNa know why I know all that. It was my high school it was it was like four years after I graduated but it was my high school that that big controversy that was the pine cones. Yeah that's yet another thing we referenced selling. UCB show. I forget. Yeah I remember because this would have been like two thousand drop that pine cone references because we were so disgusted by that. It's so it was so fucked up and like it happened that like ah football sleep away camp that they use your Graham listing. The gross things could be done. Of course it happened after. I mean we did grow shit to reach other like but it was. It was all in the guys. I love this story is that John started all with this fake pine cone thing. Go you dirty motherfucker. Stick Giga tank. Owns a golf clubs to be honest you that I was what four or five years before it and I definitely I definitely experienced. What would be homophobic or you know? homoerotic fucking hazing like taped taped. Hands over a pipe next to someone they pull both off your pants down. Everyone's gotta get in the shower. I never came around that and I'm teams. Yeah because that's where it was like like high school football. They were like you know duct tape you to the to flush your head in the toilet duct tape you to the bench naked a lot and I could see how unchecked check that's going to escalate. You know what I mean. Yeah I didn't see that or hear about it. I don't I don't know if I I just my school's lucked out don't and I truly don't know but I don't I feel like I remember our coaches like being talking so anti hazing by then being sort of have performance leaving the locker room on the day they knew it was going to happen. I feel like and then I think they added like an office in the locker room. So that right like there would be like some sort of observation yet. It's funny I say like I'm being too good like I've I've been the the alcohol Heyzer I guess. Yes Oh yeah. If you got a drink we had something about. It's always about certain amount alcohol and certain amount in a time a certain amount of shots or whatever like like. That's so stupid we would do. It's fun because what just gets crazy drunk on the part of going to hazing stuff like the rugby hazing was certain so not any of this because we were like college kids who chose to do this club sport. That was an insane time commitment but only club sport so we had like we understood. Everyone was kind of chill. It was mostly about drinking and sort of like light pranks like the big drinking thing. was you'd match up with someone your size your rookie year. You'd be duct tape together and you would have to do up to one hundred and twenty seconds of a cake. Stand between the two of you. So we'd get you out there I'd be like Mattie be Gabor's Mattie be Gabe recycle right you up to forty four stay here you've got eighty more seconds or whatever. That was a win. Win The alcohol because you read about that once a year and it seems like that could easily happen to anything. I participated in but but when I read about like they're funneling vodka into their astles or shit like them. Oh My fucking God. I never did that Shit. We we did not that stuff but we did like funnel things engine not supposed to like alcoholic liquor and stuff into my mouth right right. Yeah exactly not like into my head. Was that call when you fill up a funnel or is the phrase for the. Oh I don't know now that we used to always hard when you fill up a whole funnel called funneling right but there was like a funnel could hold up to three beers including the tube and the thing. You can get up to three years if you did. If he got rid of the fine wants I did. There was some dude. It did it once again. Folks thanks to be proud of but in in in those years. You're actually proud of it. I like as a freshman. I was proud. Wow that I had funneled the three years to Guinness with Jamison Port in it at the Saint Patrick's Day Harold and I was proud of it. I was bright twenty five or twenty six. I and I was still proud of it but that was the way I was in college too. I'd be a big stupid rugby team. Prank we would do would be. We would demonstrate the power of teamwork. And how you can do something called the hundred man lift and you would get all the rookies to line up. Head to toe head to toe lying side-by-side like railroad tracks and link their arms linked. Their legs hold tight rock..

DEA says fentanyl is now found in unregulated vape cartridges

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00:42 sec | 9 months ago

DEA says fentanyl is now found in unregulated vape cartridges

"War on vaping continues in Manhattan today with the state Senate holding a hearing to examine the safety and potential harms of the E. CIGS especially among school age kids of parties in Utah meantime are sounding a new alarm about vaping after the potent opioid fentanyl was found in some unregulated vape cartridges Brian Besser is the district agent in charge for the drug enforcement agency in Utah unfortunately there's no way to control the potency of that in the cartridges so it's just like with counterfeit pills were gonna see big problems fentanyl is often hard to spot it's generally considered dozens of times more powerful than heroin

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"besser" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

Hollywood Handbook

12:11 min | 10 months ago

"besser" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

"Ages from the table read to you getting to set you go and the chain I loved it changes I well okay okay sometimes I say I love the changes but I also liked the first draft a whole lot and yet I miss I miss some of what's gone but I love what's in there and when I was doing that at the table read that back I feel like that killed yeah we tried get that one I like yes raiders want you to roll back yeah so fi is not going to get me the job of fortune next time you know what I mean babe you a Pepsi commercial really can't maybe get you a Pepsi commercial she'd go I want this guy to be pitching the joke in the next Pepsi Commercial God I had that in my gut you know when you're gonNA set and you haven't your gut like I know I shouldn't say can I work with you appealing so much showbiz people being too intimidated say hey I'm doing a series of videos of jokes didn't make on a letterman like yes I still have those yeah or whatever it is can you come and do one of them anytime I see someone that says they're writer in Hollywood right I'll flip them around a term around really yeah and as hand motion boot can't see he's sort of spanking them you've just flipping around okay okay Reads is a Spain so high I bank a Tuxedo shoulder flipping around and Oddly enough I am going to look at their ass I'm going to look at their hip pocket and if they're hip pocket doesn't look like it's had a full one hundred and twenty any page not ninety paid one hundred twenty page script jammed into it over and over again several times if it didn't have that wear and tear in the bank pocket that's either some new pants are not a writer or they may not be around later you can tell dark jeans which are in fashion now white pocket from all the died compactors with hearts on them then you what you may be dealing with is actually very experienced writer what's up suckers it's the free imprisonment of the Turtle Club back again I'm back and I'm talking about Turtle Turtle Turtle Yeah I'm the can have the Turtle Club and you WanNa know why because I'm so pumped up to put on my frigging Turtleneck yeah it's a travel pillow Yes it makes flying comfortable yeah planes frigging suck to be on and you can't get comfortable and the other neck pillows frigging sought the ones it looked like a you and you put behind your head and people frigging think that they're going to be able to Tuck their head in their shoulder but you'd never can quit back and make you belong to the Turtle Club which at some airports I can't say which ones you do get special perks of your in the Turtle Club and you you get to go and hang out with other members the Turtle Club and you get to eat fresh lettuce but that's not really that important what's really important is as a podcast listener I know you're flying alone you're traveling alone and for business let's face it it is not for any kind of personal pleasurable social experience is for business and it is for a job that you love and that is who I'm here talk to you don't have to feel weird putting your head on a stranger's shoulder to go to sleep now you've got tired all pomp to wear the turtle when I fly back for Thanksgiving to see my family ooh not looking forward to the trip am looking forward to putting the turtle on one sort of softer and one is more structured my wife likes the softer one and I like the structure one what a win anyway the panel designed fits any neck John Shoulder shape it's proven work over a million sold eleven thousand reviews the turtle pillows the most reviewed.

Bulgarians divided over the case of Sydney man Jock Palfreeman

Correspondents Report

05:01 min | 10 months ago

Bulgarians divided over the case of Sydney man Jock Palfreeman

"The detention of Sydney man Palman became a diplomatic flashpoint this week after a war of words between Sofia camera of the highly erect accused Bulgaria of misrepresenting Australia's position intense negotiations of a pulse Roman's future while Foreign Minister Maurice Pain has from an case reopened and the USTRALIAN tossed back in jail the obstacle seemed to be the SAT Serov is seeking a review of the case application but in the meantime Puhl freemans going detention has become a diplomatic incident the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade has the assisted Paul Freedman be allowed to walk free and warned against political motives his detention the Bulgarian Justice Minister Climbed Australia had community put by law he should be free there is absolutely no doubt about that there is no legal obstacle to him leaving Bulgaria whatsoever Astore Manav an influential full member of Bulgaria's parliament Dr Manav has been leading the fight to return poll Ferman to prison from an told the court he acted in self defense when Manav and a mob of his friends turned on him he was convicted of murder and lost every appeal is that has gripped the former communist state the appeals court granted parole and they overturned the ruling of the original art within the next eight weeks the Supreme Court of Cassation which normally plays no role in parole cases in Bulgaria will rule onset zeroes hold a public rally to decry his parole and the country's prosecutor-general sauteed sets a Rove lodged an unprecedented bid to have oh he attempted in mid September this year however Jock poll Ferman was granted parole by the Saucier Court of appeal it should have been the newspaper called the Sofia Echo and then we I interviewed joke in my capacity as journalists and I think I gained his trust and we into a long nightmare for the thirty two year old freed from a Bulgarian gile halfway through a twenty year sentence for a crime he says was same friends hirschman still lives in software he isn't a journalist anymore but he and his Bulgarian Frayn's have been closely following the case we think it could be because of his connections to the deceased father the father of the man Paul Freedman killed is Dr Added to him that it had no such concerns and was confident there was no deviation from Bulgarian Law Day fat lighter said this and him going back to Australia in December two thousand seven Paul Freedman stabbed and killed a twenty year old little student Andrei Manav while there were some influences behind the scenes that are not really appropriate that it coming to play here but the law is very clear and there is no higher does explicitly untrue Pulford told me on the fine recently that it's only now with his parole so flagrantly denied that the situation for eleven and a half years now and in prison I think he's shown enormous strength of character resilience and strength of character in survivor others in Bulgaria are campaigning for his release Europe correspondent Linton besser reports. He's been through hell really I think he's been in a dreadful in what is a terrible ordeal that's Gabriel Hirschman. He's been friends with John Paul Freedman for more than a decade while I was a journalist on an English language defense but the court decision became a political lightning rod one far right party called Ataka all the attack party quickly a citizen of no country toll and he sat to survive on his own Gabriel Hirshman says policeman has become phlegmatic about his dryden government has shown any real interest in his case Australia has not shown an enormous interest in 'em and I think he's very abandoned and almost only divided the two countries it's also divided ordinary Bulgarians while far right's political rallies have called for pullman to be returned to jail for the murder of a local student as because he's come to pay the worst in every situation Gabriel hirschman ending that

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Presiding over Kiev's tourism boom

Correspondents Report

06:45 min | 11 months ago

Presiding over Kiev's tourism boom

"Tourism is booming in the Ukrainian capital Kiev. Thanks in large part to the renewed interest in visiting the site of the Noble Nuclear Power Plant all of that is happy news for Kiev's celebrity mayor the former world heavyweight boxing champion Vitali Klitschko the rising political star of this former Soviet state sit down with a Europe correspondent Linton Besser in one day some training come come to our school and ask boys who wants to be the champion in boxing yes of course everyone stand up and we starting to train gene from beginning the coach told. I was tall and skinny. He's not good for boxing you. Maybe for swimming. I was really upset. All my friends was boxing and I'm not the young Vitali Klitschko refused to to listen instead. He decided to prove the China wrong it by the way I lose my pillow fight in boxing but the you me so much motivation to show oh my skills and fight and fight and fight and better result than my friends and actually I have a dream to be one day. The heavyweight wait champion the world as you former world heavyweight champion. Vitali Klitschko is now the mayor of the Ukrainian capital Kiev and is one of the most popular politicians in eastern Europe. What's more violent boxing politics boxing my shoe much more easy. You have one opponent. We have clear rules politics you have. I love opponents no rules and in boxing input. Eh ex-professional is fighting just three or four times. A year in politics is fighting three hundred sixty five times everyday. He's five Kiev is now experiencing an unprecedented surge in foreign tourists the heading toward on Ukraine not to sample. It's famous amos cheese dumplings or it's Borscht soup but to visit the scene of the worst nuclear accident in history and the nearby ghost city city of Pripyat. Actually right now is journalists attraction for many people around the wall to everybody know about strategy and many of people want to see the gust CD. Nobody leave their own radio thirty years to listen to the story ball. Oh Disease Strategy and the numbers of visitors right now around hundred thousand breer. It's been thirty three years since Canabal reactor exploded and I went to the exclusions on to report on the boom in disaster tourists. It was a bizarre experience wandering wandering around the city of built to service the power plant and now long since abandoned children all special Chernobyl is it's difficult to explain with water. You have to feel that people leave the house and after that nobody wasn't his houses also if you go in in the loop with date ninety eighty six because in Boston they explained with people you leave just fo couple of days and you come back and after that nobody comes back tally. Klitschko has a special connection to the tragedy. I was fifteen. Eighteen Journal will explode and father told the beat Reggie lease staying home. Please don't go outside. It's was actually officially officially. Nothing happens small problem in the autumn station but nobody expected how Hugest Brooklyn how dangerous FAW AW everybody an Air Force officer Klitschko senior was directly involved in the cleanup operation at the plant farther spent whole all summer and after that years later all his friends died we say God or father stay healthy untouchable from radiation radiation but ten years ago Lake Oma we bring to our father to the best specialist if they Leeson they wasn't your noble. You get wants to love to novel attack. Klitschko is now pushing for the two thousand six hundred square kilometer to noble exclusion zone to be used to house new solar energy fields to help shift Ukraine from its ongoing dependence on nuclear energy the era of turnover have to use a oh for solar energy and actually we have a Lotta companies who ready to do that the infrastructure there already built many in years ago but for nickel as you right now we have to change the green energy and right now we have developed his own as green energies on even while Ukraine fought a war with Russia in its southeast it continues to depend on Russian nuclear fuel for its reactors. Klitschko says Ukrainians Liens don't want to leave and Moscow's Yolk. If you want to talk about the conflict between Russia new brain the conflict gail political question. Shen because Ukraine don't want to be part of Russia Empire. We see off you share part of European family and Ukrainians were that tally Klitschko. Oh has his eyes firmly sit on his future as a rising political star of this troubled former Soviet state but when I ask him about his favorite favorite fights this still glint in the I I fought against many boxers ten and breaks Lennox Lewis. I have a dream always as a WHO drink to fight Mike Tyson but the wheel rid decided about Mike Tyson lose the title and my dreams Brock and you wanted to keep both years is much shorter than me and do the bite my ears to break up. Oh let's consideration as a boxer has to make. How do you keep your ears safe. If you're going to fight Mike Tyson there that was the mayor of Kiev in the former world heavyweight boxing champions retallack Klitschko the speaking to our Europe correspondent Linton Besser.

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"besser" Discussed on Who Charted

Who Charted

13:00 min | 11 months ago

"besser" Discussed on Who Charted

"Like to somebody would be on like experimental. Almost radar india gas right in d. or indie okay. I'm sure there's a bunch of them. Check them out and we'll be right back with the movies chart the gang it's howard we've got a new comedy podcast from ear. Wolf called the great american cabinet of curiosities acities with andy daily. Oh my god he's hilarious he this some of the best characters i've ever heard his album nine sweaters inspired me to create create have a summer god bless andy daily and all he brings to the table. Have you seen his dugout seen from eastbound and down. It's one of the funniest i've ever seen one of the funniest on e._s._p._n. In general absolutely i think of i remember seeing him at the old embar and he popped up as a pre made genius everything he was doing on stage was perfect perfect. It was likable. It was subversive <hes> it was no like oh. This guy is going to be funny. One day he was the full package fully cooked so so andy plays william. George frederick schmidt hoffman the twenty. This one sounds like is i mess with. This is a shank absolutely not gang stand by him. I would trust anything he brings to your doorstep and he hosts an improvised. Show intel with a live live audience. We're strangers. Bring their personal belongings for judging that sounds like a lot of food so if that sounds interesting to you go to stitcher premium dot com <unk> slash cabinet and sign up for stitcher premium with the code charter to get a free month of listening without at and you'll be supporting our show to now i'm h. Michael crow am i'm here with matt besser and bread and matt abadaka and this is the movies chart just like tweet release them constantly most of them. We don't need to see a good one. Okay okay. These are movies man. I've been hitting the theaters regularly now. I don't think i've been like six years. Are are you a home screener. Yeah i watch a lot at a t._v. Shows a lot of good scifi tv shows. The new show called the the <hes> boys on amazon this one what's what's the premise there it's it's a satire. I think of making superheroes corporate britt like it's in a world where there's this one corporation kind of has control of the superheroes and kind of <hes> parcels the mouth for money and <hes> it's it's. It's both funny super violent school very cool and there's an hour yes. I wanted to have a whole one season up there yeah. I think it's an eight episode season alright. I'm gonna check that out. That's my suggest new current show. I've been watching old. I remember watching bonanza gunsmoke into what they've got so many great shows right now. You're watching bonanza. Some of those are great. I'm serious some of them didn't they make like two two thousand bonanza watch certain period but then you go like other great westerns have gun will travel and then you go. Wow these are great stories. I'm learn about character actors. I never seen before anyone had i mixed maula which one had haas haass's bonanza you wanna quiz. I love bonanza bonanza. Take place. I'll get i'll get an answer from all three of you. Where did bonanza take place. We should know because they burn the map at the top of the show exactly exactly right ganga. That was pretty good. You know then that is half poison class back to that math and if none of your have any idea i've seen every every episode of bonanza and i just can't picture a simpsons where they mentioned my family because like a hit sure sure silver rush bonanzas what you say yeah when you find some big bonanza kansas colorado who says cholera or it might be california. It is california but what is silver com stock lows stockdale. Oh my god it's silverlake silverlake california right there by we're jackson browne road running on empty. Now that's incorrect. Start quickly by you up by you quickly up by a marin county. It's lake tahoe uh-huh. Oh i was gonna say that mean anything to you. Matt lake tahoe note lak- means much to me. It's pretty crazy. The you would never guess outright lake tahoe now definitely not you don't think of those the old west in there being a lot of desert and because i think of it as deserty enlai does not at all but i want to give some extra credit points because he said stockton. That's where valley took place interesting doc. Donner party came down that way to lehto good point. Everybody gotta have all right. Let's move into these brand new movies all right <hes> so this is number five up one from number six. This was not on the chart last week. It's ready or not you can't hide. I'm gonna buy you one more thing and then you. I'll tell you what's going matt here. A bunch of people i've never heard of are marrying the man of their dreams but the tables get turned. What is this one. This is like a hiding secord core movie. She marries into this family that initiates her into the family by paying a deadly game of hide and seek horror last year or the year before we get out out to our comedian turned in a very chilling horror visit ever occurred to you. Do you have any cars up your sleeve. I you're saying that's the new thing for comedians meaningless right since there's no comedy movies anymore possibly possibly here yeah. I mean i did well. I guess it's we're far enough away now. I can't get in trouble but there's this place in arkansas. You're kind of out lies kind of i don't again. This is going to slow down the whole show but qui- my family had to murder. You're a man you can look it up on the internet. Is this oh. This is real but we don't have time. Let's keep going number four masters masire's was it like besser versus. The mccoy's there was a feud in the hills of arkansas. All the feuds is unavoidable for fuse to be in the hills all and this man had people try to move feuds down to the flatlands and then you find yourself in mississippi or something i select is like now. We're no longer you've been in arkansas well. I'll look it up was it what year which at eighteen o seven okay and they best serve serb massacre took place down there in the ozarks posers. Those are taped place in arkansas in the ozarks yet. Take place there. Oh excellent great planet every night. What's that number four all right up one two number four. It's fast aston furious presents hobson shop and missouri. This is about that cartoon tiger in the kid audio wise the sounds on succeeding furious. L. is a spin off characters from that yeah the rock and jason statham. They're teaming up and doing all sorts of crazy having opinion about the rock. What's your love it. He throws me offline matt asser. It's your show hard like listen. He fills in every pause and gap control our in my opinion okay. Don't tell me all right. I'm not. I don't think the world is key. Rock is a very charismatic guy obviously great action hero great <hes> a great wrestler has proven himself as a comedian. I'll give him that at least in certain roles. We don't want to see him be romantic though i think i would i agree with that. He's too big. I agree even even a woman who i think would say he's handsome. They don't want a guy that big in a story about love. It's it's too. He looks to unreal he. I see what you're saying like unattainable in a sense yeah but even even like he he looks so un everage just is he looks like an action. He looks like an action star walking down the street. You would turn your head not because because you those handsome you go. That guides looks like he's from a movie right unbelievable sewing in a way. It's not natural to see him. In regular environments like he's in the girl's apartment he there at a restaurant natural look you don't you're not interested in seeing him. In any vulnerable real moment right on your opinion andre the giant diane territory or it's like seeing him like four is is like thor if but if it was real life is not vulnerable. Maybe you said that you're like when you see four in those movies yeah giant and he's cutting everything but but everybody else is is is a super yes and it makes sense because he's supposed to be gotta thunder but if he's supposed to be a guy who's like taking care of a baby and he has problems like like he's just he's too big. There's like guys in women like that. They look too much there too. Perfect too big again have some some type of a flaw even fabrio burgo. I saw him real life. Once i was like holy fuck look fabio. He does does look like fabio. You cannot help and look at that guy right and so yes the sun on his head. He is beautiful. Golden locks set apart so it's hard for him to play an every man for sure. Oh yeah it's fabio the plumber. They had to see the rock into a tiny car in that movie. Do they really yes. He's he's too big to fit with. The female character and jason state them in the car. All three of them just like mclaren or close. That's the exclamation point on your argument. I okay down that role no c._g. Point all that being said we did give them credit for being arrested. I thought he he was a cut above wrestling wrestling wise he he he was so good to it that others were not very good..

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Preventing radicalisation

Correspondents Report

05:06 min | 1 year ago

Preventing radicalisation

"Now in the aftermath of the Christ Church terrorist attack. Our Europe, correspondent investor weight off exploring Britain's deregulation program. It's called prevent in the past year referrals of extreme right-wingers have soared nearly forty percent as white supremacist conspiracy theories. Explode online Lynton traveled to a prevent workshop in the British Midland, he was given a lift by the program's regional coordinator will bell day Linden asked him how the torrent of misinformation might be tackled. The sad reality is, we don't really know how to resolve this in the long term. But certainly this constant willful misrepresentation of facts and misinformation. That's out there on line is becoming one of the one of the judges of our time. We driving through the middle of the UK some of these areas. We're driving through have been odd spots for right wing thought it right wing extremists. Referrals to the programs. Can you explain the central contradiction for me, which is fun, so hard to fathom about how it can be that the grandchildren of mean who went and fought against non sees British soldiers can somehow can fight Nazi audiology with British nationalism? That is a really difficult one. And I think they see themselves in that lines. Although they've used to the likes of Hugh me clearly seemed to echo the views of, of the Nazis of the Third Reich. They don't see themselves as near nonsense. They see themselves as defenders of their identity with us, particularly cultural identity. They see themselves as defending that country against high levels of immigration defending so-called extinction of white people that they're both into the ideas of their nauseous, but on the Browns, but we see from time to time images of. Able giving the solution of the third, right? And we say swastikas, sometimes in Britain just about the, the foot on extreme right-wing supposed VAR is that comes down to the concept of piercing purity of race. And that's where they are aligned with the ideas of Adolf fiddler on the nonsense. They define themselves. It's a fool of identity politics, on the on the other side, white identity politics define themselves, by purity of them whiteness, which is one of them why one of the most effective interventions that we do with such individuals is DNA test, because when they realize it actually then not pure white, and that in a comes from or across the world, including Africa. It's a it's a real hammer blow to their ideology. Tell me more about denied test. I've told me an anecdote of the most striking case you've had with where you've done that. And what's happened to the post at one guy? Right down in TIs. But you I thought lobby because he. Aided another the result was free, but the result was somehow anathema to. But he actually broke down in tears, when he realized the, the no daddy's that under the skin MerVal sign, regardless of skin, color, because it absolutely turned did it twenty years of ideology belief on its head on this, like break down in tears out of completes recanting of all of his views on in the space of just a few moments how much pain he goes to other people in our fell that he was positive that roar Dirk una community as well. It was part of a near Nassir is aviation. His job was to recruit other people to become part of that near not so what is -ation, he would retain the go out on a on a Friday or Saturday nights yet, drunken, look full someone who was black Asian to attack and book, not for the money enough water for. No. The reason that they were black. He felt that people have covered with the enemy. And then they must be forced to every opportunity. Either the more he fought against cutter, the vessel to come into the UK and he was getting himself ready for race. Wall went white people would rise up and find people of color on a grand scale civil war like are we making progress? Do you feel more hug flawless, since he started his work dot moments. Look ahead and I feel quite mystic. But look at the young people that we're working with now in the schools, and I feel I'm making a difference. I think if I didn't believe he would making a difference book buck up and go. Because the prospect, it'd be too depressing, but I think it's gonna get worse. It gets. Be too long fascinating drive, therefore Linton Besser talking to will bell day from the UK's deregulation program prevent.

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Rogue killings of grey wolves in Italy

Correspondents Report

05:54 min | 1 year ago

Rogue killings of grey wolves in Italy

"High up in the towering mountains belong to both Italy and France killings of gray wolves are on the rise. They isn't wolves have been extinct in the Alps for about one hundred years. But now they've made their return Europe. Correspondent linton. Besser traveled to the towel valley to investigate the killings. But he's also discovered how little has changed in the mountains from the Austro-Hungarian empire. Harking back to the eighteen hundreds. Inching Intel valley filming a report on you measures introduced here to permit the killing wolves. Those are the sounds of the bills worn around the neck of Raya species with Brown and black sheep, which grise on the high mountain meadows of the Torola Alps that present themselves as easy pry for wolves whose numbers are on the rise. But while I'm working on the story. I can't help but wonder at the fascinating history of the area with its soaring mountains and reiging rivers. Everything he is so Austrian from my lunch of shinkin brought a dark rye braid and spic a juniper flavored cured ham to the ant sits shallows, I drive past the timber window shutters thrown open to the sunshine. And of course, everyone around me is speaking German, but this isn't Austria, it's Italy. Try and explain briefly for can how it is that you're a German speaking Italian. Yes, integrity. Doper spy dish pan. How tasty Motors by Oswald fonts explains to me to dual language area to prove the point he repeats himself in Italian dealing terrorist. Iovine I can hear his accent is not to reach one of the high alpine pastures where there were a series of wolf attacks a year ago, I climb into Oswald trots as car, and we begin climbing twisty gravel road up the mountain. Looks gone down house Q biz and wolves had been extinct in this area for about one hundred years before they made their return trots as explaining to me. He's a local greasier, and he also works for a farmers lobby group. He's lived his whole life in the sued to roll the sweeping range of the Alps which changed hands in World War One through three the Washburn while we walk. He's telling me about the history of this part of the country, and how it has shifted between the hands of nation states. I am the fan guy that I can get Coleman. Let's entity hut Erste. In fact, these mountains and valleys made up the southern reaches of the Austro-Hungarian empire until they were annexed by the kingdom of Italy. In nineteen nineteen the region had been pledged to Italy as an incentive for the kingdom to join World War. Or one alongside the original on tant powers? France, the United Kingdom and Russia and other citizens in these high mountains who wished today, they could go back to being part of Austria, not early s gets Vida. Keep this in a Justin Francis. Telling me about the local elections which underway when we met there are two parties in the sued to roll at the minute who arguing for breakaway or tournaments region or even a return to Austrian control. On the such doing he makes it's not his Cup of tea. But when I ask him, which central government is more stable, Rome or Veena, which is pronounced Wien in German. He doesn't hesitate. Almost being why? Puts in talent this feat. Sevilla Vecsey Italy. Really do you get years of stability? He says so you have so many changes in the law that you just don't know where things stand this big. Did you said Skibo I contemplate trying to describe to him the roller coaster that is a strategy and politics, but think bitter of it. What matters most here shrouds insists is local culture or bored us mine sinful way. Wants to shift back to Austria doesn't make sense anymore because we're all part of the European Union. He sang, and we've maintained two languages, and our culture if you have work here you living very well. So why changes? Neon liquid tool as we finish the shoot. And we're heading back to the valley floor. He's been here. You have your now. But. Superbeet bega Gutu aloof, and since be I vol trots describes how privileged he feels to have been born and raised in the valley, and how much she still loves the clean mountaineer and the aura of self sufficiency. He says he never wants to leave. Then Mugniyah ball is the most an he keeps with him an engraved vanished. Timber walking staff. In Houston and Houston state can says he uses it when he takes a walk of an evening or if he has to give one of his sheep a gentle prod back into line. What about journalists? We let them go freely. He assures me and closes the gate behind us. This is Lynton Buser in the Alton towel valley. Dunker for correspondence report.

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Rogue killings of grey wolves in Italy

Correspondents Report

05:54 min | 1 year ago

Rogue killings of grey wolves in Italy

"High up in the towering mountains belong to both Italy and France killings of gray wolves are on the rise. They isn't wolves have been extinct in the Alps for about one hundred years. But now they've made their return Europe. Correspondent linton. Besser traveled to the towel valley to investigate the killings. But he's also discovered how little has changed in the mountains from the Austro-Hungarian empire. Harking back to the eighteen hundreds. Inching Intel valley filming a report on you measures introduced here to permit the killing wolves. Those are the sounds of the bills worn around the neck of Raya species with Brown and black sheep, which grise on the high mountain meadows of the Torola Alps that present themselves as easy pry for wolves whose numbers are on the rise. But while I'm working on the story. I can't help but wonder at the fascinating history of the area with its soaring mountains and reiging rivers. Everything he is so Austrian from my lunch of shinkin brought a dark rye braid and spic a juniper flavored cured ham to the ant sits shallows, I drive past the timber window shutters thrown open to the sunshine. And of course, everyone around me is speaking German, but this isn't Austria, it's Italy. Try and explain briefly for can how it is that you're a German speaking Italian. Yes, integrity. Doper spy dish pan. How tasty Motors by Oswald fonts explains to me to dual language area to prove the point he repeats himself in Italian dealing terrorist. Iovine I can hear his accent is not to reach one of the high alpine pastures where there were a series of wolf attacks a year ago, I climb into Oswald trots as car, and we begin climbing twisty gravel road up the mountain. Looks gone down house Q biz and wolves had been extinct in this area for about one hundred years before they made their return trots as explaining to me. He's a local greasier, and he also works for a farmers lobby group. He's lived his whole life in the sued to roll the sweeping range of the Alps which changed hands in World War One through three the Washburn while we walk. He's telling me about the history of this part of the country, and how it has shifted between the hands of nation states. I am the fan guy that I can get Coleman. Let's entity hut Erste. In fact, these mountains and valleys made up the southern reaches of the Austro-Hungarian empire until they were annexed by the kingdom of Italy. In nineteen nineteen the region had been pledged to Italy as an incentive for the kingdom to join World War. Or one alongside the original on tant powers? France, the United Kingdom and Russia and other citizens in these high mountains who wished today, they could go back to being part of Austria, not early s gets Vida. Keep this in a Justin Francis. Telling me about the local elections which underway when we met there are two parties in the sued to roll at the minute who arguing for breakaway or tournaments region or even a return to Austrian control. On the such doing he makes it's not his Cup of tea. But when I ask him, which central government is more stable, Rome or Veena, which is pronounced Wien in German. He doesn't hesitate. Almost being why? Puts in talent this feat. Sevilla Vecsey Italy. Really do you get years of stability? He says so you have so many changes in the law that you just don't know where things stand this big. Did you said Skibo I contemplate trying to describe to him the roller coaster that is a strategy and politics, but think bitter of it. What matters most here shrouds insists is local culture or bored us mine sinful way. Wants to shift back to Austria doesn't make sense anymore because we're all part of the European Union. He sang, and we've maintained two languages, and our culture if you have work here you living very well. So why changes? Neon liquid tool as we finish the shoot. And we're heading back to the valley floor. He's been here. You have your now. But. Superbeet bega Gutu aloof, and since be I vol trots describes how privileged he feels to have been born and raised in the valley, and how much she still loves the clean mountaineer and the aura of self sufficiency. He says he never wants to leave. Then Mugniyah ball is the most an he keeps with him an engraved vanished. Timber walking staff. In Houston and Houston state can says he uses it when he takes a walk of an evening or if he has to give one of his sheep a gentle prod back into line. What about journalists? We let them go freely. He assures me and closes the gate behind us. This is Lynton Buser in the Alton towel valley. Dunker for correspondence report.

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"besser" Discussed on High and Mighty

High and Mighty

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"besser" Discussed on High and Mighty

"Mighty shit hits. Welcome back to another episode mighty. It's me yoga. Oy. Number one. I just saw stars born so bear with me the no moon. The Nuba one four Johnny Geel. You gotta do is. Trust me, baby. Joining me as always in the high mighty studios, Arthur Gabor's my nearly silent. Arthur shout amount. All right quiet today because he's not in the room, but I just get into a pattern, and I stick with it and speaking pattern the man who taught me about rule of threes completing the rule of threes on high and mighty we got Matt Besser back for third, Mattie. Be welcome back, sir. Thanks, man. I think we got a good part three that ties all the parts together. Bank. No, it's just like what is the? We'll figure out the umbrella wraps galleon. At least our point of view. Yeah. Because it's going to be favorable to us. But you wanted to come back on to talk one more time because this was pre Halloween, but as schedules go, we didn't get together. The we're we wanna talk Halloween mischief. But I think vandalism is sort of yet. Simultaneously that made me think of it would be a good theme. Yeah. Because it ties to politics, right? Because you're having some issues back home in Arkansas. Yeah. There this politician should we back up? Where should we start feel like that's the end? That's the end is me in a fight with a politician who just got reelected, by the way, we lost. Fuck. And but he blames me for campaign signs being torn down in his district. He literally blames me atheist comedian that made. That's maybe that's the end of. We'll we'll start. We started childhood. Yeah. We she started childhood vandalism because I don't wanna be so gender bias. But there's something about boys young, boys. At least maybe it's maybe it's phased out more now. But I don't think so, but like vandalism like breaking stuff being messy was like there is a thrill of it for some reason messy interesting 'cause I am not messy, and I was not a messy kit. I see it as power mint. And I see it as something that starts when you're going through puberty, which may be. I'm just saying maybe, I don't know. But maybe boys more than during that time period of there's something in you. But like. I think he no matter what the age vandalism does empower someone that doesn't feel like they have power somehow. Right, right. Yes. It makes you feel bigger than you are. Yeah. Yeah. It maybe it's a thrill. I think as we go through the chronology of my vandalism. I haven't thought about it. Too much yet. But I think I haven't ethic interesting and do even as a kid think I had an ethic..

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"besser" Discussed on Z104

Z104

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"besser" Discussed on Z104

"The Besser and. You want to change the world not just with your music, but you just want to be able to see a brighter future. Artist spotlight series, featuring Justin Timberlake, ferrall. And I we were talking about where do we start? We were talking about parents. And he said he so what's your son's name? And I said, Silas, you know, I named him after my grandfather. And my great grandfather he said to me. So what does what does your son's name mean? And I was like, you know, I've never I don't know. And I literally Google like meaning of the name silence and sent me to this site, and it said of Latin origin, meaning man of the woods. Pob number three ruined five with Cardi B girls. Like you. How? Post Malone better now. Lisa. Number one song Galeano money. Love lies. So mealy. Artist spotlight, featuring Ed Sheeran carrying on the momentum. I think that's the biggest challenge Faneuil system. I'd like to get up to a state level for any kind of the peak within the challenge from there is staying at that level. I've never been worried about my records selling millions of copies boy have been created in ten on writing songs that come from me. But when they go out they belong to people in that people can relate to them get into it. Then they'll come to the show is to show. He's always the angle the album is an album as a as a as a commercial too. Do one thing to protect the environment. It all starts with just one thing. One a tasty way to help out the environment. Try shopping at a local farmer's market. Find from local vendors means those vendors spend less on shipping costs and fuel which cuts down on pollution. Smaller?.

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Cholera outbreak in Zimbabwe's capital escalates; 21 dead

Global News Podcast

02:34 min | 2 years ago

Cholera outbreak in Zimbabwe's capital escalates; 21 dead

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Netflix Daredevil season 3 discussion

Talk Nerdy to Me

09:26 min | 2 years ago

Netflix Daredevil season 3 discussion

"Here the Besser hurled post studios. Do you like comedy inverse to bundle reverse. We are available for perfect. Jay, this up, check this out. Troy. They sprung it us. Lot of details coming, San Diego come out and surprise announcements. Afterwards in case you missed it old doing another season of daredevil on Netflix. This will be seasoned is on the way you got the majority of the main, the main cast him back Charlie Cox, daredevil, debris of wool. Visit the non-free, oh, bags kingpin and Elden Henson foggy dos every Every second. second. Up until punisher. She was in every marvel Netflix series. I think that was one that broke the streak is. Claire temple slash night nurse character while he's fantasizing about residing Dawson. Get daredevil season three. Is she slated on back back back? Is she Scott to be gotta be? They'll get second of the biggest surprise to strongly ended strong. The show that you're that we will have bull side in season three. Bullseye, and it's going to be again, that's another fall release, fall release of twenty eighteen Netflix and be a lot of bandwidth this fall. Yeah, a lot of people going to be streaming on Netflix, so people going to be subscribing. Once again, you know, I've been also you this. I don't know what I like more. I don't know which. Which Margot series. I like more. I think daredevil is it's up there. It's definitely up. There is still start at all. Yeah, and do that. We gotta show that that graphic again, the bloody face graphic holy crap. Crazy. Oh my goodness where he's kind of was like he's happy about being kind of smiling teeth in get and either they really picked a great guy. It'd be mad Murdock Charlie Cox again doing no wrong. So where do we go from here at season three again, a bull bull side, the fight between the two. So as a big rivalry since daredevil thwarted his. His perfect record. Yes, he's had it in for him and the countless of the cameos that we are eventually going to get. In the c set off, you is going to be back as kingpin. We don't know in what capacity, how much? Well, we see punisher. Once again, when mind why this is set after defenders also. So you might hear reference to Luke cage. Harry ran busy night. The Colleen wing, but what happened in fin or the I know. Oh, yeah, because I didn't see Charlie Cox run around with Condit. He's still over in hills, go, you're gonna get that. Are we ever going to get, you know, the Skiros crossover into the film world. I want to see that I would like to see I couldn't. They've said no due to how cool would it be to see daredevil in Iraq with spider to interact with to morning. To be in the next fighter film, how cool would that be? Dude, how cool would it be to see now that it can happen now that can happen the punisher fixing up within pool. As happened in the Smith, sit up with daddy and tell them so yet seven Marvel's got so much now their fingertips with with their who their. But their networks characters. Somebody just Cam use midday storyline, Jerry lights storylines a is again, there's solar side like to see daredevil, especially because like you said, he's the one that started up. Yes, he's on the kick-starting bell. So I'd like to see him, you know, throw out doctor strange. Do. There's a lot of character located in that that little Mary New York. Yeah, that all of those kitchen in the little beyond. Right, right. A kid yet. It's New York room, Spiderman punisher. Daredevil, all miss connector, a bullseye. They're all that all that New York. All that business happened right now, please, can we get peas? That would be it was just a small reference. I love those references. We have Patsy Walker. They haven't revealed that. Yes, you pass. You offered the company's health healthcare. Good. They've made a few, you know, register fighting an air. She hasn't put on the costume yet. So wait to see that so much that that again, you were a news Aram of Britain. Oh, you, sir. Here, you know, pull that up. The guy who plays is slated to play bullseye. Wilson, Bethel. I don't know what I've seen him all. So, yeah, he's supposedly both seem pictures of the work at post workouts things with him and Charlie Cox, and they both were cut pretty buff row. You ladies out there didn't work out. All right. I just mind again, my soap box there and just talking about how potentially in the city of New York you have so many. Here's a can be intertwined at z. I'd love to see dirt. I'll do that love to see some people make cameos that you just would not expect and or even once you do expect. Right. I wanna see some more defenders, senior. Sure. Shire's riyal I'd like to see iron-fist. I know you got a bad rap, but I, I'd like to see him as a mix. You will see his season two's coming out September two all. Yeah, so that's why I say Netflix, Poland, bandwidth. Hopefully we get some more comfortable action with the iron fist. Right. That's another fall released daredevil season three. And we're going to be talking about a few episodes. Once we start. Shing those once we start bingeing all usually takes me day and a half. Yeah, you know I'm going to be Benjamin. I can't believe I just totally forgot about maybe binging discovery, Star Trek, CBS all access. I'm what season two and I think of raid to the math how much is that if we did if we did you pull how many people go into until soft hammer. We did sixty seventy s it was a total about six was under seventy bucks, so okay, under seventy dollars. Let's just say now with the lowest price one. Okay. So you got Hulu. Then flicks you did. Did you do zone. Do you to read and. Discover why Rebecca remains is called in for. She's going to be in disturbed trek discovery is so did six streaming services and all that is under seventy. And as the ones that have the law of the lowest price of those. Wow. So you get that with your kit, your internet connection of other one, twenty some bucks you're, you're saying, yeah, you're, you're getting the ninety bucks and get yourself a really good HD antenna for the local news. I think you're think you're going to be okay, just watch out. They're going to have sports streaming services. They are. The NFL then were right. The RA do. That's going to be the big problem. It's all going to be just as much as not less than cable package. That's that's the big I'm telling you, so we'll go karts. That's the big question. All right. All right food for thought food for the new daredevil hopefully dig it. I know we're going to be watching. It's ROY. The first two seasons of mazing, fight scenes and great storylines the punisher seal extra hand, Gaza Andrews, are it off. 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"besser" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"besser" Discussed on 790 KABC

"I do i feel free as a human being to be honest you know i now i've got time to do some of the things i always wanted to do i i'm not a phrase take chances i'm not trying to prove anything to anyone i've had an amazing career and i feel that it's an actress i am actually the besser and freer and more capable now because i've experienced so much more i find it always very interesting when they think you know this is a as a woman as an actress and you'll forty your down i think that's when you stop that's when you actually know what life's flight you understand the ups and downs you can have a sense of humor about yourself for about life itself you know it's and and let's face it maybe boom is is still around he knows and and i think the fact that younger generation are actually interested in in what i'm doing is is fantastic um and i you know i have a facebook i have instagram and i i you know post stuff all the time and uh i spent numerous mount time with my my kids generation who i love it i'm so excited by by what younger generations doing i you know i feel that they really can make a difference i know every generation thinks they can and will but you know they they it's it's what we need to um to be multigenerational and multicultural and multi everything you know we we up people it's not about being mental women or or whatever gender it's it's it's about being people who care and people have a purpose in life and people communicating with one another in um in hopefully a respectful way gene see more we'll be seena in let's get physical wednesdays at eight thirty and again at eleven thirty on pop tv so break out the leggings and these spandex and you might as well teased that hair while your energy thanks for coming on and talks is about a good luck with.

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"besser" Discussed on Who Charted

Who Charted

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"besser" Discussed on Who Charted

"The pair go that i know a compliment that show idea because so much of comedy is theory i mean a lot of work comics in comedy people do this to sit around and talking exactly about theory it comes into yeah i care about if you're care can well interested in it for the money the now let's it called bestard comedy advice now bump thinking a change in that 'cause like what is it because not career advice yeah right whom i say that comedies more like it's a go through like a talk through experiences a had and what i've learned from those experiences pro are pro best said oh god well faster tassara leslie you sir well you mary sounds uber intentions i like that professor besser makes it far we've got just bangs some good show ideas into me i said come on that that you said here's what i said and i did think it was very deepen the mix at least five obeying berries god bearing assam some good hod cast show naming skills hung now to you because as in how slowed down charges i realize now speak live getting all these expression and this can you just play logan paul's power project supply to that of course we know that you gave him those naming skills through courage will contact who came up with cool up sox kula realized facts or let me let me know maybe a fair i've known who lives liza i know what i think those are still the bus mirtchev return are they are.

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"besser" Discussed on Dumb People Town

Dumb People Town

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"besser" Discussed on Dumb People Town

"Hey guys welcome back to dumb people town we got matt besser he's a grave follow on twitter you on twitter yes we have an assessment advertiser ad i wanna talk about the musical you have a musical that you wrote yes please tell us about a how people can watch it because it's great i've actually been working on it with the sky bobby math he's he's a musician spin punk band trust and discord records we've been writing in working on a recording it for years but i i got obsessed with it during the whole carlos men sia which i felt like i only areesh affairs joe the name of the musical stolen stolen idea stolen out i not say that does still in i it's about a comedian who has a bit that he's had for while stolen by younger comic who's now doing it better and becoming more popular with basically the same bet and then we also follow musician who feels like he's kind of running out of time to have a hit song he's he's getting older so he he steals a cold place song vive la vita which is stolen itself it is it's been a or at least accused and went to court on i don't know whether they still what it it steal from joh a santer yanni's ice as young as your interests yes stars to an air he has a lick that sounds exactly like the hook of that song.

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"besser" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"besser" Discussed on Never Not Funny

"One day or great seattle or a lunch i mean that's the thing like if you if you get that one day gig with somebody one day i say no to it i mean that's the stakes are lower so it's like it's not as big a deal to lose it route do it but at the same time it's also not as big a deal to do as a reminder desertions say now if you're both guest show i say yes i gave her piece my mind on not relished that peleg view on the tonight show ju give it you are on the way out like uh well it's gonna work with him at then you will let you brought it up shaky hand but their fire says all over it i was next to her on a plane once by all accounts usery 'area but my my couch dissociating others boots agreed like to throw the first day on the guy who has she was the jewish pleasant and then ordered her assistant round that may be very uncomfortable from just about one minute we'll what whatever her beliefs maybe we can all agree she is fine a at detroit that drew a knee all right we gotta take a break matt besser is here promoting as hot new podcast is on stitcher premium at the moment stolen idea stolen it still need laura hey guys met here was and dates worry of met besser is on twitter matt besser and his new concept i'll musical concept album is called stolen idea it's exclusive to stitcher premium so check it out if you have that great stuff owes listen to it just this morning and i really enjoyed it so check him out there and also improper humans is on your wolf if you want to listen to a great improv comedy podcast every week great guests great improper scenes and what not meanwhile jimmy carter's doing stand accommodate act me in minneapolis on the sixth and seventh that's this weekend of october and then he's going to be a flappers in burbank on the ten thirteen than fourteenth of october he's going to god grand rapids sorry cedar rapids penguins in cedar rapids 25 21st of october and the number not funny is live this very weekend.

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"besser" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"besser" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"It's swim team practice with a hammer heads in perth ambling newjersey talked about thirteen swimmers all of the autism spectrum an rooms woman i fail normal as amazing from what i swam if while gold medals you got to work hard and trade howard alas by drink so i want to be count faster than michaelfels those guys guild of besser you got a boost hammer 17yearold mikey quaid thank his mother and father our cofounders of the team our asylum i can say is for us as coach mike quickly senior welcoming a new team member one time rather an officer size on in for them to be a part of the team is is is unbelievable guys thank ria wanted to give their son and others just like it a chance to swim we got the goals or you get these kids in the water foot parents know these kids can do something that's a big thing for us because a lot of these kids don't have friends there all isolated at home coach in a special needs team verses a regular swim team snyder day what every kidding opposed different you too pay sun under longer ice and like a fish like really fast and all the hammer heads competing for the first time it a specialolympics swim meet of they would win 37 medals really riggs so many people don't give our kids a chance to do anything to be in this arena and they're actually competing with one another and actually accomplish.

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