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Chinese and Korean Esports Player News
"Moving into some china and korean player news with charge making two signings. One kaley from billy billy The joe or notes the hong academy and then choice a one the eps from ellen mystic both getting picked up to round out the charges new eps. Line the little bit. We got to watch of choice so want. Pretty good yeah. I'm digging that for the charge. They just kind of wholesale off let go of a big chunk of their host of their us their roster. You know all of the English speaking players. I believe have been let go so We've got a little bit of news today about the way the going. So it's pretty safe to say that some of these asian Korean teams rob. Not picking up too much any talent because it looks like we're going to be doing the two regions split again so we've got atlanta rain signing pelican from Oh to blast I believe it was one of the ones that stuck out in the matches that we spoke that we watched. I mean both o- had really good dp s line improper and pelican but properous believed to young which is unfortunate. it is what it is pelican. I think a lot of people are agreeing is going to be like a pretty solid Dps pickup for him. Really can kind of play. Everything and hopefully will be utilized better than they utilize or who is also incredibly talented. Gps plant but they only played a minute weird spots. I don't do and completely disappeared there towards the end of the season then another bit of sad news. I think he'd only been out of retirement for like less than a season. And that's visibility. Yeah announced retirement. Maybe one season. I think it was just this contenders month. Basically he played from july sui a the very end of july and then he played about four months from july to november. After taking only only two months. So hit i mean he really does a very quick retirement Unfortunate to see. But i think this could be one of those like okay. Maybe i'll come back like knows right to return the first place now. He's probably out now. Like i think that this is the official okay. I'm i'm out. i'm done good now. Retirement so unfortunate to seize incredibly skilled player but if he didn't have a good performances last couple of months on the last couple of teams. It's not meant to be i guess. And then we've got the spark signing man laghi the leash the no. We'll go with each. I like that Tank coming over from the are yet shanghai dragons academy team team cc and then mc de coming over from element mystic issues like we still don't really know what's going on with former element mystic is. It's weird but i'm digging the m. c. d. pickup for the spark player too bad.
Champion Ken Jennings will be first interim 'Jeopardy!' host
"Passed away and he recorded enough. Television shows enough Jeopardy's that his last appearance will be on Christmas Day that wild how that timed out Christmas Day will be his last. Episode of of Jeopardy Jeopardy and and Man, Man, That'll That'll be be a a huge huge It'll It'll be be at at home. home. You You have have nothing nothing to to do do because because the the cove cove it it And And boom. boom. Jeopardy. Jeopardy. The The last Jeopardy appearance. Hi. Alex Trebek will be on Christmas Day. On den. They've announced the temporary host, which probably will be a permanent host. Let's find out who it is right. Jeopardy, has announced the first guest host to step in for the late Alex Trebek. Earlier this year. Ken Jennings was named the greatest of all time as far as jeopardy players and now the former champion will be the first of several guest hosts on jeopardy. This guy never goes away this Ken Jennings Shows up. I You know, you wins a ton of money, And then he's an adviser on the show, and I could be hosting the show soon will be produced in the show. And then his picture will be on the You know the home version of Jeopardy would it resumes production at the end of the month? Billy's succeed the legendary Alex Trebek, who died earlier this month of pancreatic cancer. Jennings will make his jeopardy hosting debut on Monday, January 11th official guest host will be revealed in the coming weeks, huh? Host rotating host for a while, huh? Sorry to interrupt. Actually, I just have a
‘Hear Us Out’: Philadelphia Gym Owners Joining Forces To Push Back Against Latest Shutdown
"Billy Gyms are closed for the second time this year because of the city's coronavirus restrictions. And now gym owners are getting together to ask the city for help. K Y W. Carol Mackenzie spoke to NBC tens. Miguel Martinez via who joined us this morning to tell us what gym owners what they're asking for the gym owners. They're basically asking for a seat at the table. I mean, as we know they On through one shut down, and they've invested a lot of money since opening back up in safety, So they're arguing they should be deemed essential businesses and stay open because of how important they are to people's physical and mental health as well. So what about restaurants here? They you know, they're not allowed to do indoor dining. That's right. Yes, so restaurants. Actually they started their own restaurant coalition on so they're petitioning the city as well. They're actually meeting with city officials on Tuesday, and that's basically what these gym owners are asking for themselves. They want to be able to have that communication to show the city. Some of the research that they've been doing because they've been gathering data since they opened some of these indoor spaces. They are actually have a 30 member Coalition of Fitness coalition. And there's circulating this petition to try to get the city to see it their way to deem them essential and to really take a look at the numbers that they have been gathering about whether there is any transmissions inside of the gym's Group is planning an outdoor work out and protest across from City Hall tomorrow morning.
Court: Tennessee can enforce Down syndrome abortion ban
"Appeals court has ruled on abortion law, saying the state can now enforce a down syndrome abortion ban. Tennessee can begin outlawing abortions because of a prenatal diagnosis of down syndrome as well as prohibit the procedure if it's based on the race or gender of the fetus, Tennessee Republican Governor Billy and that did the so called reason bands earlier this year is part of a sweeping anti abortion measure. The law gained national attention because And abortion is earlier six weeks, making it one of the strictest in the country. But it included several other anti abortion components. Abortion rights groups say it's just another way. Lawmakers continue to chip away at a patient's right to an abortion, and they will continue their battle against that law
Sheriff: Florida rapper made music, then fatally shot 2 men
"A Tampa area rapper faces murder charges accused of shooting two men at a recording studio in Loots shortly after recording music there. The Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office says it arrested 23 year old Billy Bennett Adam Saturday for the double murders Thursday. He performs under the name Ace and H detectives called the shooting. Gang
Former Miami Dolphins Super Bowl MVP Jake Scott dies at 75 in Atlanta
"A lot of time in South Florida 16 years before it was brought back here. Thank you to Bernie and got this dream job, so I became a little bit of a Dolphins. Fan when I found out this morning that Jake Scott, who was the Super Bowl M v P for the Dolphins all the way back in Super Bowls, seven, which is a historic season to this day, as you know, my meaning that is the only football team ever to go undefeated the whole year. You know, the Patriots have the same opportunity, but the Giants beat him in the Super Bowl. They would have been, of course, more wins in Miami. It's now a 16 game season. But anyway, Mommy went 14. And all that year they went undefeated. Jake Scott had a big Super Bowl He picked off Billy Kilmer twice and he won the M V. P and he died yesterday. At the age of Think, 75. But
Roddy Ricch, The Weeknd lead AMA noms
"Randy rich in the weekends lead the nominations for the American music awards with eight each I marches are a letter with a preview of Sunday's show Roddy ridge the weekends and Justin Bieber post Malone and Taylor swift will face off for artist of the year at the AMA's the weekend will perform with Kenny G. Billy I which will premiere new song album double are back and will perform Taraji P. Henson will host the awards live from Los Angeles it will be carried on ABC
Biden reaches out to governors as Trump stymies transition
"President elect joe biden hosted. A meeting with a bipartisan group of governors today to come up with a plan to fight the coronavirus pandemic in the months ahead. Npr's windsor johnston reports. The biden transition team is moving forward with planning efforts. Despite no official cooperation from the white house biden says the trump administration's refusal to cooperate in the transfer of power is preventing his team from getting the information at needs to map out the critical months ahead. Not able to do everything from testing guidance to the all important issue of vaccine distribution and even more importantly vaccination plan to actually get vaccinations but will take what we've learned today and billy door pleaded also said that president trump's refusal to concede the election is irresponsible debilitating and sends a horrible message. The nation surpassed two hundred fifty thousand deaths from covid nineteen on wednesday and daily new infections. Continue to hit record
NBA Draft Rumor Mill
"Two thousand and twenty. Nba draft rumors whether those trade rumors talking about where we're hearing particular players going. We've talked about all the big names already. We've talked about hard and we talked about chris. Paul we've talked about dennis schroder. We've talked about russell westbrook. We talked about minnesota. We talked about golden state. We talked about charlotte. The bulls are sitting there at four. And it's been really interesting. Dinnie obvious name's been floated about. I've heard from multiple sources that that is sheer speculation because of their general manager. Who's an international guy. And what he did in. Denver has nothing to actually do connected with this pick. La bella ball could be there for chicago. Which would be very interesting in the back court that they currently have there. And i've heard a lot of therese albert. I'm here as well as a culture guy and one of the big things that chicago is focusing on his culture right. Now who do you see taking at ford. They have a guy. I applaud the bulls because they have really done a good job of not telegraphing. What they're doing you know they've been connected to a lot of these guys. They've done an above average job. Relative to when teams are leaky of keeping this close to the best And so it's who they end up with. I think if ball is there he makes tons of sense. That's a nice fit with you guys have and the need for a passer and the fact that there are other scorers on the roster where he's not gonna act like be the only guy who's creating anything that's a pretty nice fit so we'll see if he's there we dug into lamelo earlier so i'm not gonna harp on that fit but let's say he's not there and i think allah is a real option. I agree that some of it is the speculation but he does kinda fit their roster as well and i've heard again obi topping. Who's come up for them. A anthony grants Coach dayton was on billy donovan staff previously thunder. So they're obviously going to be well informed about top into. There's some thought that billy donovan can have some input on what they do here. But it's hard to know exactly what his type of player is is. In oklahoma city you had prestige san prestige Decisions with burst now. So how burton has come up another dark horse. I think for that spot. And i'm still not entirely sure what to make of this but it's patrick williams who i know there's at least some degree real interest there. Would they take him at four. It wouldn't be like totally crazy. At this point. It would be high for him. But i mean maybe that's their secret. They have their sleeve It's really tough for me to predict too but right now my guess would be that if there is no ball. I still lean audio. But i don't think it's like a foregone conclusion. I think people are trying to figure chicago right now. Let's talk about patrick williams because it seems to be a foregone conclusion that everybody thinks detroit's taking him it's of and so now the question is will even be there at seven which you know a few weeks ago probably would have been seen as madness. But i've heard talk that. Atlanta is interested in him. I've heard talk. That cleveland is now interested in him. The most of the talking. Cleveland centers around obi top in and dinnie omnia there. And now you're mentioning chicago at four with patrick williams heck widen on the warriors taking to. Is you know patrick williams is. This is the next upside guy right like after you talk about ball edwards and weisman. I think mini scouts see him the next guy he only averaged nine points a game at florida state but that he has this big big ceiling right that he could that he could fit into as a team. Just as a prospect. Is it possible. He's getting over hyped at this point. Do you really see him. As a player that has the next highest ceiling in this draft after ball edwards. In wiseman i have to admit like. I'm not all the way there with him. I have had him graded as a lottery. Guy for a long time towards the end the college season i was like that guy is gonna go ten to twelve. And that's where i had him now. Yeah i didn't expect this type of leap. I guess we might have predicted it because team sent to be a little bit predictable this time of year. You know the the upside guy always the guy. It's without quite john right now but yeah. I think he's very much an idea. And it's worth re-emphasizing that you know. His his body obviously is really promising in terms of how it will hold up defensively. He's going to be versatile. On that end he will have to get a little bit more agile laterally but his is. The value so young is really helpful. Obviously a big factor. You know being the youngest college player in this draft so between that and then you see flashes were really had a pull up jumper. He's did pretty well from the line. I think there's a pretty good chance. He's an above average three point shooter in now you're talking about well. Hey maybe this is a floor spacing combo forward. You can check out. He'll buck shots. He will play good team. Defense and be switchable. That's a pretty in this draft especially when we're like how do we find like even just like a high level player that case is pretty egypt's let's let's say we take that case for. I mean that's a pretty comparable high and dry or if not better. So i see it what i do it at four. I don't know but i understand why this is happening. And i think there teams that you might wanna come up and get him. And that's probably what the pushing them up. The board as well wants wants everybody found out. Detroit was the floor. Change the conversation. It really does. and there. Is this weird psychological dynamic in the draft. That i love it every year. You know jeremy because this thing takes hold oh you like him at seven now. Maybe we at six like there. Is this conversation that starts to happen with these with these boards. And so you know there's so much data and there's so much scouting that's put into this. But the psychology of the draft is the most fascinating fascinating
Critical Practices Your Sales Team With Membrain Founder & Ceo, George Bronten
"Let's get into membrane. And so that's part of your solution is member in so tell me a little bit about membrane and how. It's different from other solutions. So what i what. I visualized that the point was eight. Nine years back was a tool. That was very visual. And it guided the salespeople through the entire process and i to say sales process. I'm thinking about b. two b. complex sales cycles right a month or longer month to a few years maybe sometimes multiple stakeholders multiple milestones. One example was the one with the stakeholder by that was an obvious thing that sales people were missing in the sierra. There was nothing really saying that. If you skip this. You're gonna kill the deal. So the visualization of the process was really my main focus in the beginning so member and i would say the a differentiator is that we. We've we create sort of a checklist on steroids so you can see not only your stages but also milestones since actions steps that you have to do and inside of those milestones. You'll we can also put educational content so sales enablement content like okay. Let's say the first step is a a research step. What does that mean like in your previous company of meant one thing but in this company might mean something else right. We want you to do research like this. Abc etc so you can have the sales leader in that step in a video. Explaining this is why we do research this way. This is why it's important and these are the main things you need to figure out unless you already know them. Really guiding Guiding is a keyword for us when we develop the each view needs to be visual and have guidance for the sales person. Stop you so you've built in a lot of the coaching and the training Kind of right into the product for your customers. Yes although we don't really built in so it's not like membrane has it all. I mean cookie cutter ready for you but we make it very agnostic of the customer or the customer sales coach or sales trainer will put that type of content inside of the tools we make the tool. Various economic methodology pulses but just enabling that content to be at exactly where you need it at the right points today. I think you're doing sales training. And then you'll get access to an lms like learning management system on the side after the training. Nobody goes there anyway. So you need to have it right in your face when you're working near deals
Feeder Birds With Emma Greig
"Watching them feeding them all on the rise this year So i suspect you had an uptick In in participation you this year with feeder. Watch with when i say this year i mean last fall through late this winter. Yeah there were more people than ever watching their feeders. And normally cedar watch is a program that runs from november through early april. But if you remember this past spring we were all stuck at home a lot more than usual so we went ahead and extended. The feeder watched season until the end of april. And so many people wrote to us saying thank you for extending the season and they submitted so many more checklist so i think that with all of us spending a lot more time at home. People are really starting to appreciate even more. The birds at are around their homes. None of the bird. Send thank you notes to you. I just the feeder watchers. And that the numbers i mean the number of of americans who are birdwatchers. And then i don't know i think the last ones i read were like two thousand sixteen numbers like forty five million watchers and no one point eight billion dollars spent on equipment and i can't remember how much on bird seed but it was more than that even i think wasn't it. It's like four nine or yeah exactly and billions of dollars spent on birds the and and gardening supplies for birds. So it's really a very popular pass time but a really wonderful too because what's better than connecting with the nature. That's right out your window right and so you're extending again this year Season a we may. We haven't fully decided yet. But i can reason why we couldn't keep it open through the end of april but but i don't know for sure yet don't know for sure. Okay all right so so. I love looking at sort of you know that me to do i. How do i compare to other. People are seeing that sense of community that can provide when i look at the data. You have this wonderful website. And i'm going to give lots of links to that. We'll talk about some of the aspects. I love looking at always. Look i and you just sent out the winter news Sort of the the postseason newsletter and had the top twenty five bird you know highlights and i thought maybe we could start there like some of the top twenty. Five words like for instance. I'm in the northeast cornell the northeast maybe we start there some highlights and then southeastern whatever a couple of things that were interesting to you that were in the data. Yeah yeah every year. We summarize all of the data from the past year and Right guess you would call it a newsletter called winterberg highlights dan we do what's called a regional roundup and so in that we sort of pick out some cool that show up in the data And so in the northeast region past year. One of the things that i noticed as i was looking through data was That northern flickers are becoming a little bit more. Abundant in the northeast. Then in the southeast so is a little bit of shift in the range of these flickers. So that's one thing that just popped up from looking at the trend graph that we have on the website. I then look at to write this report. So you know who knows exactly why that's happening could be changes in habitat changes in climate. But this is just one species and air lots to look at online and billy can make your own discoveries yeah the eastern bluebirds and so flickers made the top twenty five in the northeast for the first time i think in the thirty something years but eastern bluebirds didn't make the top twenty five but i think you're noting an uptick in them. Some areas to is that right in the southeast eastern bluebirds are continuing to increase their becoming more and more abundant in backyard. And they're warm adapted species so it makes sense that as our winters become more mild in the eastern part of the continent. These warm adapted species become more common. So it's true for eastern bluebirds. It's true for species. Like chipping sparrows. And you might notice. Also carolina wrens coming to your backyard more than they used to. Those are issues that are really on the rise in the eastern part of the continent.
The Cider-Sipping, Mitten-Wearing Guide To 2020 Holiday Movies
"Guys it's my d-. I work with amy on the bobby bones show. I'm a head writer and producer over there and also have a podcast in my own called movie. Mike's movie podcast or all. I do is talk about movies. I explore movie topics. i do. Movie reviews and sometimes bring on actors and directors to talk about their movies. So what i wanted to bring to. This episode is my holiday watching movie guide so i have five different categories with five different movies. You can add to your watching playlists. I know it's only november. But i feel like we've pretty much gone straight into christmas holiday mode right now so these are some great movies to go ahead and put on your list in the first category. Let's go with the favorite old school classic. And i'm to have to give it to the original. Og christmas movie. A christmas story from nineteen eighty-three. It's a movie. Probably all grew up watching and at this point we can kind of just have it on in the background and it just gives us that christmas feeling. They're just so many classic moments in classic quotes from this. A christmas story also had the eighty nine percent rating on rotten tomatoes. It's not available to stream anywhere right now but if you want to rent it. It's on amazon for three ninety nine. And then if you have cable subscription service you can usually catch it on pbs or stream. It their on demand. And i feel like when it comes to having a classic. You can't go wrong with the christmas story. Only i didn't say fudge. I said the word the big one. The queen mother of dirty words dash dash dash next up. I had the category of the best modern classics. So i feel like this is a movie been around long enough but it's still relatively new and it's a movie now. That actually came out seventeen years ago. So i feel like it's so far stood the test of time and i don't really seeing any point to where this movie will not be a part of my christmas and if you haven't seen it at this point well i don't know what you're waiting for. I don't know where you've been in the movie. I'm talking about is l. It has eighty four percent rating on rotten tomatoes. It's currently not available to watch anywhere for free but you can read it on amazon for three ninety nine and if you happen to have a stars direct tv subscription you can watch it there. And the thing. I love about this movie that everybody i talked you kind of has their own favourite part of the movie. My favorite part is when buddy the elvis. I leaving to go find his dad and he's saying goodbye to everybody to hope you find your dad. Thanks in our wall. All right the next category is the unconventional christmas movie. I think every year people had a debate on what is an isn't a christmas movie. Several different movies kind of fit into this category. But one i feel that kinda gets left out in the discussion. Every year is harry potter. And the sorcerer's stone now all throughout the harry potter series. I feel like christmas is a pretty big part of it. And not only that. But i feel like christmas scenes. In harry potter are just some of the most magnificently done christmas. Any christmas movie. And i don't know why they get left out of that conversation. The bad thing about the harry potter movies is they are pretty much taken off of any kind of streaming service and you can really only rent them on amazon for three ninety nine but the first one does have eighty one percent rating on rotten tomatoes. If you haven't seen it yet. And i know overall christmas is pretty small. Part of the entire franchise. But harry potter at one point does get the visibility cloak as a christmas gift and therefore i'm dubbing get a christmas movie christmas happy christmas next category. I wanna do favorite rated r. movies. So this is christmas louise for adults so kids. If you're listening you can't watch these movies and parents. I feel like these were made for. Maybe some of us. Who don't necessarily enjoy christmas movies. And just want something to make you laugh. That just has a little bit of christmas in it. Because i know sometimes christmas movies get a little bit cheesy and my all time. Favorite rated r. christmas movie is bad. Santa it literally makes me laugh out loud. And i know it's incredibly rajini incredibly inappropriate. But i love billy bob thornton and even in the crudeness and the rudeness of this movie i do feel like it has a lot of heart and if he can get through the dirty jokes and the bad language you do find a pretty nice christmas story here and bad. Santa has a seventy eight percent rating on rotten tomatoes. And as of right now you would have to pay to ninety nine to streaming on amazon. But i know once it gets closer to christmas. It has popped up on netflix. Maybe check for it. There later was gonna make some sandwiches. I could make you one before you leave. Okay maybe some sandwiches harshest. You want the usual amount. Just whatever you think. Okay right in the last category. I want to get to is a favourite new christmas movie. And i'm gonna go with the holiday. Would you can watch now on net flicks and a little bit of a warning. It is kind of raunchy and crude. Just like the bad santa movie but if you're into movies like bridesmaids or the hangover i feel like it's kind of in that category so it's emma roberts and luke bracy who is australia and he's kind of like the kmart version of chris hemsworth and they come up with this plan to be each other's dates for only the holidays. So let's be only time they ever get together so it starts at christmas goes through all the holidays in the united states and then ends up back at christmas and if you guessed at home that they ended up developing feelings for each other throughout this plane to be each other's holiday. Will you guessed correctly but again. That doesn't spoil. The movie is basically in the trailer. And it's basically what every kind of cheesy romantic comedy. Christmas movie plot is about. But i think overall this movie just makes you kind of turn your brain off and enjoy a nice holiday movie. And isn't that what we all need right now. All right. that's your holiday movie guide if you enjoyed that segment and want to hear more about movies to check out my podcast movie. Mike's movie podcast. Just search movie mike. Wherever you're listening to this right now
Thunder promote assistant Daigneault to head coach
"The thunder if promoted assistant mark Daniel to head coach he replaces Billy Donovan who is now coaching the bulls after guiding Oklahoma City to the playoffs in each of his five seasons at the helm Daniel coach the thunder's G. league team for five years posting a five seventy two winning percentage three division titles and four playoff appearances Donovan was a finalist for NBA coach of the year this past season after his squad outperformed expectations and push the rockets to seven games in the first round of the playoffs I'm Dave Ferrie
Thunder promote Daigneault to head coach
"Over in the official now in Oklahoma City, the thunder of promoting assistant Mark Dagnall to head coach. Replacing Billy Donovan. He's just 35 was there, G league head coach for five seasons before
How To Position Your SaaS Product For Success
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Pennsylvania reports new highest daily increases of coronavirus
"To see record numbers of new positive. Kobe 19 tests Pennsylvania reporting more than 3600 new Pts on Friday and 43 deaths. Billy had 742. But many of those positive results came from tests administered earlier in the week. City Health Commissioner Tom Farley that 740 number is the highest daily number we've had ever during the entire course of this epidemic. In part, that's because we had a large number of results. We received more than 5300 test results this morning. It. Also the percent of people tested was also very high was at 14% of the results were received today on the positive till the positivity rates are soaring Hospitalizations and death rates are still low.
Man swinging knife at people in downtown Boston arrested by officers
"Boston Police are investigating an overnight incident in which an officer shot a knife wielding suspect with a bean bag shotgun. The incident was caught on video, which was circulated on Twitter. Billy Busies match. Shearer has more incident began when bpd received word of a man swinging a knife it strangers in downtown crossing. When the suspect was located by police. He fled on foot with the knife in hand. Officers chased him down as he yelled that he did nothing wrong, but also telling cops to shoot him. They first tried pepper spray with minimal effect. Then, after several requests for him to drop the weapon, police fired four shots from a less lethal beanbag shotgun. This caused a suspect to fall, dropping the knife and allowing cops to take him into custody. He was then identified as 42 year old Kenneth Kelly from Londonderry, New Hampshire and taken to a local hospital for evaluation. Upon release. Kelly was charged with four counts of assault with a deadly weapon, disturbing the peace and resisting arrest in the financial district match here. W. B. Z Boston's news radio.
Using Financial Analysis To Make Data-Driven Marketing Decisions
"So I'd say some of the biggest things that people are I think usually struggling with is they like to think they make data-driven decisions, but they don't so like we all say no. No, you know once there's Roi will scale spent like, you know, once you see a little bit of a break I can't tell you over seven years how many people actually grow their spends like not that many people actually grow even when they're seeing success because so many other things break, right the customer success team can't hire fast enough Engineers can't fulfill the roadmap don't have enough. Like there's a lot of reasons why you can't just turn on growth. Yeah. That's the biggest thing is like most organizations. Most dementia marker don't have a financial model that gives them confidence of where they should spend their next dollar or how much your current dollars are making like, they don't have an LTV CAC model at the channel so that they know the LTV CAC of kept Arrow versus Google ads versus software Vice verses LinkedIn versus content syndication vs. Programmatic versus webinars versus events versus s t e r s versus doing an acquisition of a new tool or launching an extension or doing a new integration and they have no way of deciding what to do other than gut and so And then when they do something they have no idea how to tell if it's working or not because they don't know what their costs pressed UL should be they don't know what their cost perhaps you should be and you don't have a blanket cost from two L's you have cost press two L's that are a ratio of your acquisition cost. And so as you start to learn the game and you get yourself a little bit more organized with your financials and you know, like if you can like if your sass marketing your in-house, I think one of the things you can do is get build a relationship with the finance team and most frankly don't have one. They again given a budget and try to make it work instead of trying to craft with the CFO who ever like hey, how are we determining this budget? What are we getting measured by what you know is this online with with the board wants or the CEO wants and and actually getting into the number and I think that's probably the biggest mistake. I still see almost everyone in marketing make is they're starting to get better with sales and they're starting to work better with sales, but I don't see them still working well enough with Finance dead. And because of that it's really hard to push growth and make a case for why you should get the next dollar instead of sales development or account Executives or whatever. That is dead. Yeah. That's that's an interesting point. I've actually never heard that one that you need to Buddy up with the finance team as a marketer, but it makes sense. Like now that you're bringing it up at a hundred percent makes sense wage.
"billy he" Discussed on The KiddChris Show
"Or what you know a trick or treating is on yeah. In communities across the tri-state though the governor and everybody else on down who said do not have any Halloween parties in your home that include anyone who doesn't live in that home it's GonNa. They're gonNA. Listen to that I'm sure people are GONNA go again. Okay, we'RE NOT GONNA. then. He says the informal gatherings of friends and relatives again, that are outside of of of the the nuclear family is what's causing the spread of covid nineteen across the state of Ohio Right now, Hamilton County we fully expect to go purple today though we have now been told the believe that it doesn't really mean anything. So you have these four levels of for Norio, public health threat emergencies give you an idea of how bad the spread is in your community, and now the advisory in the way it's written at the state level says that if you go purple. People should only go out for essential services or supply. So okay sure. Shouldn't join out for any other reason. Now, the governor says he's not going to make any mandates that that that you follow that. So the mass mandate stays in fact, the social distancing that restaurants have to those are all in place and those are the same measures he says that would apply if you're read or purple or your Orangerie Yellow. said, he's not going to close. This is not going to order anymore shutdown. So all this nonsense it on the local leaders the Lee Tells Hamilton, county leaders and local school districts can decide if they want to continue to. Have Class or you know Hamilton County with one to put some restrictions on businesses they could do that Hamilton County leaders say well, we're waiting for the governor to tell us what purpose. And honestly in the meantime he he's come out and go I. Did this before and nobody screamed about it? Yeah. So it's up to you, Iran basically, you know he was on with Willie. Yesterday on on the other side of the the dial and he did say that he said you know I can recommend what I think people need to do but there are not going to be any more mandates and he said it. Finally said shutting down businesses or or schools or restaurants, or whatever is not really GonNa make that much difference right now because he said. got where the spreads coming from when people go to work when people go to a restaurant when kids go to school, they're wearing masks or following the social distancing rules, and that is not causing the coronavirus cases. Surge what's causing them to surges when he said, you know people get together on a Saturday Afternoon Watch football makes your inviting over maybe the neighbors or you're having you know your your brother-in-law in Yup and that's where the spread comes from because when people in those settings, they're not wearing masks and they're not properly social distancing because they think they're safe because they're in a smaller group, right? I. I. Kinda agree with whatever my kids school the loveland school they're doing an awesome job. And I feel the same way my wife's school has not had any problems. You know she says, the kids have been incredible. Yeah. About wearing masks and far follow. The of social distancing rules like you know they're doing everything. There's. As adults dot on their kids there's no way they're going to follow these rules and it's not. It's us that are gone not not where. We're the ones burning cities and it'll childish. So Hamilton County probably, we'll go purple today they're seven indicators they look at at least six of them signal the elevated case. So that will that will happen and whether there's any new mandates sure doesn't sound like a judge on the governor and. The county leaders who spoke yesterday now, they're going to continue you know the public awareness campaigns. Asking people like you said especially for for Halloween, not not the party or get together with anybody outside your family. Also. We talked about this before about like Dayton had different. Rules with the closing the bars. Yeah. Let's up and we talked about how it's like. We'll just leave it up to the locals the to figure that out. So you get mad throw mayor and all that you know what I make sense that he's doing that because I mean look at New York state I went there and made a visit family and stuff and because the city was under siege New York City right. He he closed all that stuff down and upstate got decimated and they weren't even close to where New York City was what we're seeing like Chicago is taking individual actions. Now, they put some new restrictions in place to try and slow the spread there and We'll see what happens I would think we'll wait at least a week. Next week if the cases of doubled again, you know as they have over the past three weeks in Hamilton. County. Then maybe it's a different story. Yeah, and of course, after Tuesday, we'll be past the election than it. Might be a little more. Willing to accept a new shutdowns and mandates because I, think right now he doesn't want to affect. His president's reelection tunes right. So so whoever like Sater's in a new boss up tap? Then he's GonNa. Go with whatever. The election's over. So nobody can go back and say, Hey, Mike Dewine cost us the election because three days before. Because Ohio such a big state for Yeah. Okay. Well, listen it. All make sense politics. It's all politics. Yeah it's a lot of politics. But by the way, are we supposed to get that new concoction and the trump took in? November has been approved also I heard yesterday and I I can't reveal the source on this but there are local health leaders who've been told to expect the first shipment of Vaccine mid-november here in Cincinnati. So, they're starting to make plans for how they're going to distribute the drinking water. That's what I say. When I mayor put all my thoughts into the drinking. Water Man. This sound of that all the top songs in the country right the top five of each of the big formats rock top forty.
"billy he" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"Doesn't matter. I wasn't. And it was a wonderful experience and. I watched the original. Because Leila my daughter, so we. We're watching that. I and it's funny if you watch the original which I'm sure you did of course is before every character had to be someone we knew. Right like the remake is, everyone is somebody that you know, and then you're like who does the voice of that guy is just like it was a stage, actor or Broadway, after or something like that and don't get me wrong. They're incredible and they are famous in their special, and it's and they do an amazing job, but I was like. Wow. They stacked the deck like crazy. I also here, here's here's your click. Bay I didn't know is Nathan Lane I thought it was billy crystal with the first time. I really watched it. Okay well. Maybe familiarize yourself with homosexuality. And a fear gay actors who got opportunities in the ninety there we go on. Billy's skewer homophobia host. No Pete Holmes exactly. Hugh, and on member Pete Hung. There I. One of the honestly one weekend on a nice note, but one of the best parts of the lying experience for me and everyone should start with the original it's it's the original. I had a lovely very magical time making the remake, but the original is the original. And Nathan did the Voice of tomorrow originally at an I, did it in the remake he reached out to me. We had so much correspondence while I was making lion king, and he was so supportive, and I grew up going to Nathan. Lane shows on Broadway. Wow, even before the majority of the world knew who he was, he was a big theater star before the age of the Lion King and all those things and he is just such a class act, and always so hilarious and. I just adore him and you hear a lot of stories about actors being like. Mean and this one. That one a lot of time does not true and he was. He's just incredible as a person and as an actor, and that was honestly one of the most thrilling parts of it. That's awesome, so he really handed over the mantle with with grace. I well, I wouldn't say he handed over the mets. Live and bribing, and on the latest season of. and He John Lewis Time you get. All is jobs now now. I temporarily I borrowed it I borrowed it from me. Yeah, no obviously Nathan. Lane is a legend. I didn't mean it that way, but I mean he is leading you into that. I mean, he could have been like you're saying stories of people in Hollywood. He could have been like I'm not talking to him yet. He he will he I barely know the guy I've met him a few times like there was no reason for him to reach out or anything. And he did, and we exchanged multiple emails. He went to see it opening weekend, and then literally apropos of nothing, because he had already had given me his blessing to do it and wish me luck. And then he went to see it like opening day, and I got like a five paragraph email from him with all these comments about my performance, it was literally out of nowhere and I. Literally I read it to my friends I was at dinner with them in like started like tearing up because I saw Nathan Lane on Broadway when I was twelve and thirteen right around the time of my Broadway. Music Wow. And it was just wild, and so he's the greatest, and that's always worth talking about. Yeah, that's great. I can't believe. I thought it was billy crystal only for a second. In my defense, we were watching Monsters Inc. and now we're jumping back and forth. There was a confusing time, but who doesn't want to be the Gay Billy Crystal. Hear worried. This episodes, not funny enough all there you go, thank you so much. Is there anything else you WANNA play. I'm good. Thanks so much. I appreciate it. Yeah, we end with the guests, saying the catchphrase which is keep it crispy. You can say it it. was there a voice for your character in line? You can say at our you want. It was just my voice. Yeah, then we'll have it both ways. Okay Great. Keep it crispy there. It has baby. Thank you so much all right. Thanks safe stay healthy good to see man. On Safety. So crispy. CRISPY!.
"billy he" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"You've ever seen. Reliant well I do neponset of new girl which to you. No. I recently caught some of bridesmaids always on TV. And I caught some of it recently and to me even more than the actual shitting in the Saint, which is very funny, but it's it's Kristen Wiig getting fed the almond, or whatever yeah that her struggle in that scene. You can feel it like. She's really really brilliant in that movie I really think our whole performance in that movie was like Oscar, because she does all these heightened hilarious things, but she's very much a real person. Dimensional and she's just incredible. Completely agree that'd be. That was a corona virus. Meam that I saw her eating the. Off like people going to be no mass rallies three weeks later like no I feel. Like I swear, everything's good. I was like that is too good. Billy I. Feel Good. We feel like we covered everything that you'd like to cover. Yeah, I feel I'm sorry if I wasn't. This might be the least funny I've ever been. And so I apologize so funny. I was like. Wow, this is one of our funnier episodes already tells you. Say Much for you not we are a half hour drama. That's Fisher. Did show like you know I always. Hear these stories that Conan. Maybe it's from Conan I. Don't know, but it was like hit book guests like he'd have Gaston. A civil war historian and he would just be so excited because he's a big history guy, and then the next I have to talk to a Reality Star, and you could just feel the lag, and I was like what this show is. Is just me booking my history people, so it's not necessarily like juice. As maybe it was when we started events. Just like my sweet safe pocket of like I. WanNa Talk to billy, so we don't have to be all. We don't have to juggle while we do it I'm just glad. Well! If you're happy, I'm happy. I had a very pleasant experience. Good, thank you for. Thank you for inviting me Yeah Buddy. Go See your movie in three years is on Netflix now and and the Lion King which I forgive me I haven't seen it yet. Oh, well, it.
"billy he" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"Also matte thematically just so unwieldy like those two things that I love the inelegant, which isn't. Do. You want to go on step further and. One day I will do some sort of comedy special. Actually show the footage from this because people will not recover from it. In order to in order to have a visual metaphor of this theme. Let me, remind you. This is nine hundred ninety one by the way. So we had a DJ booth and then on one side of the deejay booth. There was like a almost life size sort of. Spray painted cutout of Madonna. In her like cone Bra and Garter. Belt and like boost a I was a child I was thirteen, like it was a party for children, but of course I was gay, so it wasn't sexual to me. It was just like interesting artistically right and so I mean my relatives must've thought well. They must've thought well he's. But to just go one step further, but Donna was on one side of the Deejay booth and on the other. was. A similarly life-sized spray painted cut out of the Phantom of the Opera Oh my God. Billy, you devil!.
"billy he" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"Are making it weird. This is. Weird, are we? Been Awhile. It's funny that there can be an issue. And, it does make my hands sweat a little bit just kind of even even talking about it publicly. you don't have this is A. This is a natural segue I swear. You don't really have that problem something. I, really have always admired about you. When I watch billy on the street or difficult people is, there's a fearlessness that sounds like code fry I'm like you're a mean person. I don't think at all. Obviously, we are of the same species where COMEDIANS and I get A. I was watching difficult people just to get R- I had already watched, but I was watching and just to get in the in the billy eichner mood and I was like rewinding it i. wish you could get the data from Hulu. On how many people hit the fifteen back just to like saver specifically a burn. was like their, comedy, Can Be so. Tame it can be so neutered and what you guys did and what you do on both of those shows that I just mentioned is there's a real fearlessness, and and can be sort of salacious and exciting again and I'm wondering where. You learned that and how you maintained it. Because once you start getting more popular, it might be tempting to eat the Turkey on white bread sandwich, and just kind of coast and become a little bit more like some of the careers. You Make Fun of like Mario Lopez. That's the one I rewound where you said what my clown to have a name. Let's threatening and doesn't offend anybody. I am Mario, Lopez. I was like as someone in the business. I know the safe clay of staying away from even a joke like that, but you have like a a sharpness to you. Could you talk a little bit about that? And if you were ever like as the show went into the third season where you like? Ever worried like I gotTA start making. These jokes or we like this is just what we're doing. Well I'd say that shows. The shows were obviously happening at the same time. At least for a couple of years difficult people. was very much a Julie Klaus ner create, and she wrote it all. She created it. She produced it I. I would sometimes ad-lib and contribute to my own dialogue here and there, but sparingly and Julie, and are run our Scott King at some point. They wrote they wrote difficult people Julie created it and just invited me to play her best friend. So in terms of the creative on that show. Obviously I was very much along for the ride, and I loved it, but You know I wanna like Credit Julie for her. World Yeah and establishing that tone. Now Julian I met on billy on the street. We knew each other before that and we were mutual fans via social media, but we didn't really know each other until. Billy on the street got picked up a half hour, TV show and she was one of the first people I called because it was the first time in my life I was gonNA need collaborators. I couldn't think. Alba Games in the questions of things that we do I couldn't do it all on my own and we can only afford. It was so low budget especially at the beginning we can only afford like two or three people for a handful of weeks. Sit in a room with me. Figure out what the hell the show is going to be so called Julie just. Just because I was a fan, and I said billy on the streets, becoming a TV show, and will you please come work on with me? And she did, and she worked on with me for four of the five years, and then so so so the shows are a bit separate in that really helped conceive one obviously bussey difficult people very much Julie's work. To, get back to your question. It's funny to me because everyone always says in terms of billy on the street, and both shows to a certain extent, all your, you're like what you just said, and it's very complimentary. No all your fearless and you're willing to do. Things say things, Cetera. It's funny I never. First of all I'm clearly not fearless is a human being off camera. You know like we all have scared of I guess I'm not scared of certain things like going up to people on the street, but again I think it speaks to something. We talked about earlier. which is the fact of I grew up in New York City so those streets in Chelsea downtown? We very rarely go below forty aside above forty second street. Sometimes we'll go walk around the upper west side, but I grew up on those streets like I said I went to high school downtown. That's my home, so other people think of those streets is Oh, it's New York City and. Me and I'm like what do you mean people are being these? Are My people, yeah? So and again because I grew up. Having a lot of support among my friends among my parents, my family I I have this confidence and even ten years ago, which is when shockingly on the feet became a TV show ten years ago this year. You know there weren't in the past handful of years now we have this like whole movement of Lgbt, Comedians, and an openly queer actors, and and Trans Actors and actresses and Comedians, but this did not exist ten years ago on TV away. Does now I mean? There were a handful of gay people but no comedians with their own show, and especially a show that had such a gay sensibility..
"billy he" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"What I was wearing. The first two years of high school I could show you photos. I don't have one readily available. I never got my haircut. I had the biggest. NEWISH FRO as they call it. That you could imagine I mean if you saw pictures of me. It is the craziest hair and like I went to a really nerdy high school. It's a great school, but it's like very academically focused, so no one was thinking about sex, gay or straight, very few people in wasn't like a normal high school, and so I think because of that. It didn't matter what I looked like. Until all of a sudden, it did like one day I was like Okay I. Want to look at different wet like around puberty or something I! Remember this I I remember. My senior year in high school, I looked very different already than my sophomore year of high. School, That's like boy. I don't WanNa. Say the girls don't do that, but I always remember in my yearbook. If you look at the freshman girls. They got the memo earlier there. At the closing their appearance I, know I'm painting with a broad brush. This was just my school. The boys look like luck and they looked like they were hit by an ice cream truck, and some of the accoutrements stuck to them, and then by senior year. It was some effort, and that's what happens. You and I wonder to. Maybe subconsciously I never thought about this before I? Mean I kind of always in my head knew I was gay years before I came out the way all gay kids do. So I wonder. You know and I had a girlfriend junior high school on and off. Because that's just what you do, try to do at least by the way. This is the early nineties now some kids come out in like fourth grade, but that was not happening. I, wonder if because I wasn't really really actively wanting earls to find me attractive because I didn't really care. I didn't care until? Being gay became more of a reality and I knew that in college I just knew I was gonNA. Come out. That's when I started to care about how I looked I guess this is gonNa Sound like a joke, because I went to a religious college and I I mean religious, not in the way that holy cross is religious I mean like there was a declaration of faith and people were taking it seriously, Cheche. Fish. It helped me learn what tich means. Does it just mean what it sounds like? What is your tissues like the Nyu School of the art wall? On just? Areas. I thought you were making a sound effect like soda something. I should know oh now although it could be. It's just a Jewish last name of someone WHO's. Performing Arts School at nyu Anyway Areas I just knew there were so few people having sex. We just weren't having sex right. At least in my group, you saw less interest in looking hot. So people. Because what are you GonNa? Do about it, so you're a young man and you're like well. You. Tell me if I'm wrong, but like you didn't necessarily get the sense that there were viable other options for relationships, or you're like I'm going to grow my hair out like that was me in college. Yeah, I just think chair. It wasn't even a conscious choice to grow it out. It wasn't like a political statement like I. don't care about haircuts, right? It was just really didn't. I'm not thinking about it like so until someone pointed it out to me like time to get your hair I, was like Oh. Oh, yeah, okay, I guess. And your parents weren't the kind of parents that would insist that you got your haircut. No now. They were like very supportive Latino. They were very lovely. Sweet people very sweep people I grew up in new. York City so I was very lucky. In that way I mean if you're going to be a gay kid in the ninety s grow up in New York, city which is. Not, like every set of parents in New York, city is so gay, friendly or liberal necessarily, but chances are. They are more than the average person. My parents certainly were so I think they were just happy that I was like a big nerd, and like jared about school at wasn't trouble. Yeah. It's Kinda. Let me do my thing. That's one of the interesting things about my time in New York I. Obviously I visited a lot being from the east coast, but then when I lived there for seven years. It always struck me as strange phenomenon it Kinda goes both ways. One of course people are more tolerant to gay people. There's like gate neighborhoods that you walk through to get to. To your grocery store, it's not like an isolated right. It's not like fire island. It's like it's it's baked into the West village. It's a different areas into Chelsea, and whatever and then also the same thing with racial tolerance. Of course you don't believe that all fill in the race here do this behavior here because you actually know dozens and dozens of them because you live amongst them, yes. You also get this others. It's kind of like how Boston has mit, but it also has the weirdest most backwards almost like redneck type people. Yes, in New York. You like you're saying would have. You would suspect people to be gay friendly, because there's just every type of people, but then I have to think especially in the ninety S. there were families and people that you knew I I don't feel good or safe. Being gay in front of you or letting you know right? I mean like you'd think. Everyone would be peachy keen, but no. I was I was very lucky in this way. I I didn't know anyone.
"billy he" Discussed on Killer Knowledge
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"billy he" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil
"Hello and welcome to another set of Iway with Jamila. Melt thank you for joining again I. Hope You're well. I myself fine. I. Am I'm concerned I'm a little bit freaked out. 'cause loss week I told you I dead to say this out loud. I, said the I was starting to find great comfort as associate anxious person in lockdown and the I almost even. Know I fully admitted to the fact that I was afraid of being unleashed back out into the world because I'm I'm a socially inept person who just prefers stinking alone? My underpants and I didn't see it coming that a couple of days after I said that it would be announced by the mayor of L. A. where I'm currently living. that. He's extending lockdown here for another. Three months at least so. Very much, so be careful what you wish for, but also not that I think I have this kind of power I would still like to formally apologize for even saying that out loud for putting that out into the universe. If I have in any way jinxed us. I'm sorry, 'cause I. I really thought it was going to be over soon, and it's been keeping me up at night. Worrying I've had anything to to. I never wanted this for anyone else. Just me, personally 'cause. I miss out of naturally lonely at anyway for those of you who are still in lockdown for longer than you anticipated I hope that you have coping mechanisms I. Hope You have support systems I hope you have some sort of access to some sort of therapy. I hope you have good good carbs around you and and batteries. You must have batteries for all of your sex toys. These are the thoughts Sir I have day to day I am particularly happy to have today's guest on especially at this point in lockdown because he's a very strong and inspiring. Motivational human being he is the actor singer, a writer director and Broadway Star fashion icon. Billy Porter I'm so lucky that he made time to chat with me..
"billy he" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"Life. You go to your stoned I need. I need something in my mouth. You're you're killing me here because I know well Popcorn I mean I make my own porn you. Yeah I mean I mean by that I grow the corn and and I am harvest the vegetable oil from the fee. I earn I. I don't know why I got into this. But the actual chemistry of of making a good piece of popcorn is not uncomplicated. So you have to make sure that the oil is super hot that when and you do not a skill it you do it and like a little Pan Avocado oil or something. That has a high smoke point joking. I'm totally serious. Okay I'm one hundred percent serious and I prefer the white corn over the yellow corn slightly racist. But it's like it's lighter in texture texture and flavor and and so you get it super hot You put three colonels in there as soon as the first one goes you you dump the rest of it in there you start shaking and then you have to find a way to let the steam out as as it's going so you have to really work it so that no steam because if this team gets in there then then what has happened to the actual popcorn is it starts to get soggy really quick so if you can keep the steam out of there and get all pop really quickly and and then let it cool for two minutes. I'm telling you it is open Pandora's but I can't believe that you know I. Yeah I can tell. Well that's why you relate anybody you're talking about popular. He'll be well he'll no that's true. Really get into that. That's a good question. I it probably came from like making popcorn for him and being like well. That's Kinda Stale. How do you make good popcorn like I don't know how to make the way I'm going to do that now? Oh I'd be more than happy to come over and give you. Yeah Jesus and you can make it for your instagram And and yeah and great conned by the way SAM is popcorn aficionado auto himself. And then you know you put a little Sam What do you use as a drizzle over the top of A. Do you use butter flavoring. or I've been trying to lose. There's a little wait for the next thing so I've been doing nutritional Yeast Leslie Tastes. It tastes like butter. It's fucking awesome awesome awesome. Well I'll tell you what you had that opportunity. Thank you Let me just tell you what you want to you is is olive oil. And at the moment I'm preferring olive oil from Spain once I wish this were filmed. I wish we will get a senior face when you said from Spain. And here's another thing you have to do with the salt okay. This is is a crucial part of the salt component. Is You you get a crush. Oh part you get a crate. Well it is you get some of the like like Sea Salt like kind of like emily and e permanently. Well The Himalayan salt. We can't The Pink Sea salt by the way. When you were alive he would be making so much fun of you? I would have so many punches face right now. Crew those talking the book so they get a mortar and pestle and you have to crush up that salt really fine okay and so so then after you put that little bit of Spanish olive oil evenly distributed evenly. And so you don't get like the single yeah big big kernel of arraign. Yes Okay delicate joy. Got Talk about politics. If you could live somewhere else where would it be. I'm I'm a big fan of Paris Paris and London. What's your favorite movie of all time? I had to write a paper on the deer hunter and that was a legendary film and I put that maybe that cool hand Luke Some of the ones that I can remember growing up bar and watch it with my dad. You played seventy type anti here I like you. I think she's a son such a good example of that I had all of these questions to ask you about that. But your son has to be to be picked up and billy Sunday billy son. Yeah Okay if you could have done with three people dead or alive who you've never met. ooh got it seems like What were your twos while this is not about me Nice? Try we go to another one if you need to stall. How can you see through my taxes writer so quickly WHO's your favorite up at one? Kermit yeah if if you get one superpower what would it be to not cry So often even talking about it. Whoa well I'm sorry about that up? I'm sorry brought up. No for her to fly. Oh Yeah Yeah Yeah. How great if you could be one age for the rest of your life Physically what would you pick I confess I don't. I don't know an Anon- pompous way of getting this but I like having having to have the human experience of of getting new ages. Yeah you know like well. It's not going to happen. Hypothetically one is in great Your body doesn't move quite the same. Also it's fifty one. Yeah I didn't ever experienced fifty one until now yeah I have to say at twenty seven or twenty eight. You kind of feel pecan. Can you don't know it yet. The problem you get to thirty eight and you go right there and I do wonder I could've run around run around Manhattan. One one hundred times tried to do more. backflips youth is wasted on the young God. Damn life short If you could be reincarnated as and I keep saying is a non human animal. What would people say that's redundant? I'd just go with as an animal. Okay yeah sorry. Wolves are pretty cool. was that your stomach. Yeah I was the one digesting pizza it was. It was a fun that I I'm up through your body respect. I didn't want to let it out for you saw aw turmoil yeah whether or not this. They're slightly frustrated with me Okay let's see done. We're almost done Dogs or cats you have a preference reference dogs hope for sure dossier Beatles or the rolling stones. Oh Man I mean how do you beat the Beatles I listen to the stones. All the time If you could choose meatloaf the food or Meatloaf the singer to you're GONNA row. Yeah I used to go see the rocky rocky horror picture show and The theater that we would go to the coconut Grove playhouse. In Flor- Florida for its Miami. But we would drive from Fort Lauderdale the USA Great Theater it was a great great theater and I don't know if it's still there but they would play it on Fridays. Your Saturday nights. I can't remember which but they would always open with the MEATLOAF With that great duet the baseball I Realize by the taxpayer dollars by video of that I talk about this way too much on the show but you gotTa see bat out of Hell. I saw all okay. I haven't seen fucking so fun. Okay what your epitaph legacy different think about that The The afterlife this is not a short question maybe but Do you ever think how you WanNa be remembered or what's next what's beyond this. I don't I mean I I I guess you know. I'm kind of an imperial assists saw until the evidence suggested there is something else uh-huh going on it's hard for me to Spend a lot of time thinking about all the possibilities. I kind of spend my time thinking about what's happening here Y- yeah And one of the benefits of doing film that that there's there's a degree of permanence to well. I mean as soon as you start to think about it. Oh you and you have some sort of understanding of the way the world works and maybe a little understanding of astronomy. You know that this planet is going to be consumed by the sun son and all of the movies you made are going to melt with it. And that's our show ladies and gentlemen so I don't rely on any of the permanence silence. Of Of course there are egos get in the way of thinking. Oh on now. It's there forever nothing is there forever so As far as I can see right now including can you on this show. Season Finale for the morning shows December twentieth. What's next for belly crude at all? Jiminy Glick is one of my favorites. Your minded. I really wish I worked at because I do one. Yeah yeah who doesn't just jeter Justin Long and you love sang's I haven't worked on long enough. Oh my God i. What is the long and everything he does for the world? Wile did tuned in to turn into Mr. Oh so your dad's I really should be. I really should Have worked on it. CA- Scott I used to love Jimmy. We're GONNA do season two of this. And then I'm into this is play Harry Clarke in La Hopefully like six weeks great. Because it's been a huge guilty sticking point that I didn't see it when it was at the vineyard Y- we do again. You probably thought that's why I'm doing it again in La. I'll do it for you right now. Just waiting this way when they're probably next November great if everything works out right okay in La good And the morning show and thanks. Thank you five. I really enjoyed it for hours.
"billy he" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"After oh you what was the first you had said you know Frame of reference for what it will be an actor and how so what was your next move. How did you make the next move? You just was it a simple bliss going to get an agent well when you're in a program like NYU they're they're really smart about creating professional actors so they give you a lot of contacts. That's some of the alumni who have just left. Come back and visit and talk to you and not only that when you're in New York. I'm not sure if this is the case now but they used to do these called showings and so no cases they were showcased so Yale. NYU When I was in school we did ours on the same day so they would come to New York although the graduating class from Who that year included Paul Giamati? who was like he was the big standout that day? I mean everybody kind of like I tried to 'cause you're only doing seen so we try to come out and see what the other actors were like the one People wanted to see and obviously still given pam poor guy. Don't worry he'll come around. He's got professional actor training. So that is you know what he's going to have a long career. Don't worry about him. But so we we did these This showings where you basically due to scenes in front of Casting directors and agents in New York. That's right and then you get you know calls to go and that have interview is a huge leg up and starting I mean not just having the training but being here in New York so you're sort of on a professional career path so after Chabahar you didn't want to set. You didn't think to yourself. Oh I'll just go try. Try My hand on my mom She one of her close friends from high school was a director and my mom was really trying to help me make that connection and and so she was supportive. She was incredibly supportive. In fact my mom I would say it was by far the inspiration for me being an actor because She loved the theater theater so I was born in Long Island and we would always come into the city and when we finally when we moved when I was six we still made yearly trips. Oh I was picturing a life of like your dad's Griff for the vagabond family moving around the south you know there was you had ties to New York. You had major ties to New York order and and my mom was really invested in the arts and so I had oh I was like my way of fitting into the new schools because I went to eight different schools. By the time I had finished high school. And my way of fitting in was being a class clown And so that leaves you with No. Yeah at least with no dignity which is a great place to start as an actor. It's true you don't worry about your dignity is not a dignified profession in that way And so and you deal with just the vagabond lifestyle of starting over and charming. A new set of people know what's fascinating too. Is that would've imagined after that upbringing that I would. I not imagined I knew I wanted something really stable and it's fascinating like this is what I could find part of going through that personality. That was four hundred in. It's true that adaptability I mean you find that growing up. You seem like that we. We live in the same house. We were stable but I I don't know what to attribute it to. I was really short. I was really little. I too hard time kind of being seen shortest guy in my class. No Shit until ninth grade and then I wish take five Yup. We almost reach each other across the table. But we're too short limbs tweeden reefs across this tiny. Shell barely touched a couple of short actors actors trying to do a high five. I remember meeting you for the first time and being shocked by how short you know like I always because I've seen you only feel every day. Yea Yea nobody on the big screen. Yeah I had I had and to me you were. You were a big movie star so to see some of this. Tiny little dominion well. I've worn lifts ever since because I just kept saying how I felt the same about you. Your name betrayed yeah. That's that's true. That's true. Speaking of names I've known you for I think eighteen seventy eight up is it. Yeah it's crude I I I still don't believe you. Yeah it's true it's every con. I know I know. I know I've asked you this. If you think of it this way billy screwed up. Oh It's always there for you that's a regular regular thing for me and they would they call you that. No I pronounce it. No you're moderate up screwed up growed up. I've known it's screwed. Well well the used to having it out over it was German cooed up. Yeah I it was. Okay are you with an at D. O. P. P. CRUDE DOT But there's a whole sub section of crude ups in the states who pronounce announce it up So there was famous blues musician. Arthur big boy crowd up a blouse musician blues musician. Now actually I did feel one time. Tom Cruise Pronounce my name and I just wanted to say okay cross Even still today the crap I've kind of given up on it you know. My mom tried her best help people pronounce my name correctly and I ran for vice president of the student body when I was probably probably in fifth grade or sixth grade and so like an attempt to ingratiate yourself in well actually no that was an attempt to do two things one. One public service was a big part of the some of the people that I hung around. I was a boy scout and My like I said my grandfather was a bishop in the episcopal. Church community service. They were How how how how? How did you get Framed correctly what did you do. I know I speak. I mean it's Iraq. Speaking of high. It's when I discovered Stuff like that girls contraband. Grow- growing up Catholic girls contraband. But when I was like wait a minute so carefully. He's not far away from PISCOPO. No no the papacy is probably about the only difference. Take a lot of my par- my parents would disagree. It's a worlds apart. A lot of Catholics disagree but When I discovered girls I was like wait a minute? Girls are impressed despite this uniform and the bad the number of they don't they're not impressed by the fact that I got reptiles study merit badge on my own so billy I I you know this is so many merit badges. I had no idea. Remember Joe Scout. No they would call kids who were like really Gung Ho. Oh God extracurriculars badges and stuff. That's what I would do. I wanted to fill out my status phenomenal of course and and Kerchief did you wear no I loved it. I mean the whole thing I and then like that. I was right eight on the verge. All I needed was to do my Eagle Scout Project. Get outta here. I could have gotten when I was like twelve or thirteen years old. Oh my God I was his that haunt you no why not. Eagle Scouts are amazing. It's slightly annoying obvious. I mean if I knew you were an eagle scout. I would have actually said yes to this. Oh yeah that's true. You never really shocked. He showed up. Yeah I I hope this isn't being recorded and I don't know this equipment is about rebounds. Oh this is just for this is a ruse. What rank did you get to? I think the one just before life like star Star Star always they said you know what I'm GonNa Stop Right here at star lifer or a bird flying high. Why did you leave scouts? Why do you subject same thing? Yeah I mean we do well and all my my mom busted a so bad me and my older brother because he was a scout as well well and he he was like you. He only had to complete one other thing before he became a scout. My Dad was super into the scouts to like he loved going on camping. TRIPS WITH US and Knives an Oh yeah It's cool. He loved it And loved absorb part of our our upbringing but at a certain point They had divorced and my brother and I then got into into video games. We got into going to the video parlor because this was like mid-quarter is this is eighty. This eighty-three like centipede. Correct defender WHO Gallagher Donkey Kong. We would put on our scout uniform because it was Monday night and we were going to our scout meeting But underneath we had our civilian clothes yes and as soon as we got in the car We would take off our scout uniform and go to the video arcade and after about a month of this. We come home one night and my mom looks said the two of US and goes so. How was boy scouts and like just internally I'm going that didn't sound like a front questioned uh-huh and she goes? I don't know about that but I'm young to really she's like your scoutmaster scoutmaster called in like I immediately broken tears So that was the end of scouts for me. Get your merit badge. Arcade Games At Arcadia Arcadia which brings us to our Katie S. was that the first big by the way I'm proud of myself for that segue that there's an incredible. You know what I might leave now because how are we going to do better. What's our time like? Oh Yeah we got about three minutes. Oh what was that. That was the big that was ah out of school and I did a month six months holy shit and I did a play. I got my equity card at I think it was purchase. Suny purchase purchase. Your I didn't know correct. I think clarifying yeah. This could have become a legal issue it was a sherlock Holmes mystery. It was a phenomenal production. I played the lurking Butler in the background. Who May or may not be having a relationship with his master? I could see that you'd be great lurking book. I rushed it. And that led me to a off Broadway. Production called America dreaming written by Tschumi Gal directed by Michael Mayor. Also with Joel Uinta. We're at the Vineyard Theatre. God and I kept seeing your face and so that was That was the first place I ever did a play in New York. No Shit I didn't know and then I did a independent movie called Grind with Well no it was it was it was with Paul Scholes and the late Adrienne. Shelly and Yeah she was Amazing using a lovely lovely person at Amanda. Pete was in that as well and Directed by Chris Kansas and And then months months after this I was working a lot for the first three or four months right after I got really lucky in getting. There's no waiting tables. There's no no I know the waiting tables. I did in between Years in college before I you no in college I was a hustler to trying to make money just for you know so I I Parked cars I delivered pizzas and subs and that's a metaphor for pimping What do you call it? Oh yeah okay. So you call pimping so I became. I was a waiter during the summers when I was and then when I got when I graduated I was just I got a couple of jobs really quick crazy and then I'd auditioned for Arcadia so Tom. Tom Stoppard at this point had already done. Rosencrantz was in Cranston killed You're well aware of who he is absolutely and we've seen and scene study classes. There was so you knew what a potentially huge thing. Oh no question about it. Was that Lincoln Center directed by Trevor Nunn Other So it was really sorry. A Trevor Nunn was I think at the time the youngest person to occupy the head of the Royal Shakespeare Out And he was a already formidable figure in my mind so the idea that I could be doing. A play at Lincoln Center with those two was just outrageous. And then then you start to read it and the part is one of a kind is amongst the most beautifully written heroic parts that you'll find in you know but I I did the audition and Daniels. We gave me a a piece of direction and I just couldn't do it at the time like I..
"billy he" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"With me as always Another echostar in accepted did Christian Lung. Yes slightly smaller part new but I I was I would say as important. There are no small sandwiches. You weren't there that day. It was a moment that like if ever I thought it was also funny because I had had this surge of confidence so I was like so the it was like a real real one eighty. Well I think life is about those moments you know. It's like everyone thinks they can do something until they can. And Ryo. It's true you try to be a football all player when you're in ninth grade and then you realize you couldn't what and you cut out for that I have. You tried to do stuff that you know. I've just in anything. You're the exception yeah. Most people They they experienced failure after failure. And you've never fit in the music thing I did. The you know in the music thing. Yeah it was a really got out of the music thing two years ago. Why did you? I don't know I just graduated from college and I just figured the band disbanded. They kinda went their separate ways. We did did you think about doing a solo career as a base ACAPELLA POM POM POM Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah. Yeah that'd be funny a Solo Bass version of Mister Sandman. BUMP BUMP BUMP above years renewed silence for awhile. So why are we talking about my one failed attempt at being a Rockstar. Our guest today Actually played very convincingly much more convincingly than I did in accepted he he played A rock star in the movie almost famous our guest today is one of my favorite actors. One of my favorite people billy crude up not a crowder now is Justin told me years ago it was. You insisted now brought up a long time ago. True for a long time I I didn't really know definitively and I've known billy we talk about this and spoil anything but we talk about. His name is last name. People are like for years. I've been doing it myself. Crude up crap. I had asked him to in in the past and it just didn't stick for some reason but anyway don't worry we'll get into how to even answer into their. He's just one of he's always been one of my favorite actors when I first started out out he was one of those guys that He was just breaking he was like the guy and I really. I really looked up to him. He's I saw so him. Once in one of the best things I've ever seen on stage was his his production of his portrayal of the elephant. Man He did it with no prosthetics Bradley Cooper. Where did another great then? Bradley didn't have prosthetics city. No nor did and they're both obviously very handsome men and they you you forget it within very handsome virtual cake. Who would you say more handsome? Billy yeah I think so too. Although I mean it's hard to hide he's Bradley's so much taller and as has that. I love what you just did. A motion with his hands. Like he was filling out his PECs. He he's he's bigger he's he's so hello Barani Man Bronco. Billy is a lot smaller. Yeah but but such a handsome face. Okay he's got such great Lake Gov features and bone structure. That's why I was surprised to learn that. He wasn't as tall as I thought he was. Too I remember meeting time and thinking that so oh strange that he's not taller because he is such a big president. The same thing in Tom Cruise. I did yeah so charming but also like and I had been a little bit more prepared for Tom Cruise. Because I heard about that tall but billy I didn't. I know there. Billy came up to me when I was I was a young twenty three twenty four it was up at a theater festival Williamstown I just seen Sam Rockwell. Do another one of the other. Great things I'd seen on stage He did a zoo story with Giovanni and billy came up to me and I was like Oh and I. I knew that I was aware of Billy's presence. Because I seen him. kind of milling laying around. And of course I knew he wasn't and such a fan and he came to me and he said he man I I I I don't want I'm sorry to interrupt you. I just WANNA say really loved eighteen galaxy quest and he paid me a like the most heartfelt and I. I was almost speechless. I I was so struck by it. I'm so thrown by it. It was like easily easily. That's a good not. All compliments created equally. God I know that's a good west. It was one of the best to this day. I never forgot that and And then I got to know him. I'm and it meant that it meant nothing to me than that I. It continued to really admire him. You should we talk a lot about his new show on what Apple TV. It's called the morning. Show why did I split space on that. It's really good and billy is great. It's the season. Finale is is a couple of days from now semper twentieth. Check it out the show. Is I think quite good and I think he is excellent at. He's getting great reviews. He's also Oh a Tony Award winning actor Multiple Tony. Nominations Great Theater actor great movie actor. He's been some great big movies. The watchman commissioner possible three you know what I would alienate movie. He's he. Does it all end for context because we talk a lot about this and I realized we don't really give context to it in the in the interview. He his big start came when he was cast in a play called. Katya Tom Stoppard one of the great living. Playwrights British playwright is Hedge had written Rosencrantz and Goldensohn are dead which was a huge head and This is maybe his biggest player. Certainly one of them and billy was cast right out of acting school in the lead role and that's how he came to prominence and he started getting cast and all these movies but just contextualized. Arcadia is and. It's very dent like Tom. STOPPARD's other place it's very dense. And he's a real. I mean he's like a what would you say his craftsman of words I mean. He's topper. Yeah he is a craftsman so and billy was able to received incredible reviews and was table to handle that Sophisticated dialogue in such a deft easy way and again like not to dwell on it but then you look at him and he's he's just looks I I can't you can't hear that in the interview but you can hear is beauty now maybe you can. That's beautifully is anyway. I I love him. I've I've just so happy. I got to sit down with them because there were so many things that I had occasion. Ask him as a friend is like just seeing him socially actually it'd be embarrassing to ask those questions like a party you're at a dinner with Anyway you'll hear my exuberance. I think is pretty clear. Because is he's just one of my favorite people My conversation with Powell beleaguer crude up coming crew up coming next. I dream Sweetheart de Whether your reaction is excellent or I remember this is definitely some exciting news. Who's the simpsons are now part of Disney's brand new streaming service Disney plus? 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"billy he" Discussed on LadyGang
"Okay okay if you can. I have the hard conversations about your pre-nup you're not allowed to have the hard conversations about using too much toilet paper Jack or having a having a hard time with the pre-nup conversation she's just confused about like why this one thing is holding up his like what excuse. Yeah but he gave you the year like he has it in his mind that this he wants to get married by twenty twenty. We're like almost was there. Yeah six unless he's been saying this for six years next year after year next year. Yeah so but if you were harmony Armani you wouldn't be waiting around for no man be going out going yourself. Go Find Voldemort. Kill him kill me right now. I'm just saying yeah no I think you need to relax. I think I mean if you just celebrate the you're marrying a guy who needs a pre-nup clean up lost girl starts on that note. Invest in chase darkness darkness with me. Billy Jensen's brand new book. How one true crime writer started solving murders? And you could follow billy at Billy early genesis so easy and so easy to do. It's so easy to write out can do it even Jack into it and you can check out his wonderful fabulous podcast past with our Jack Vanik the first degree and you can also check out his other. Okay podcast murder squad. Billy we love having you here I love I. I can't wait to sage my life after this. Stay light babies dark we will see next. Thanks for listening and make sure to rate and review this podcast. Wherever you.
"billy he" Discussed on LadyGang
"Aw I'm so sick of it and I just want to be done already. It sucks to look at all my friends crushing it in the real world. Please help me feel better about this. Give me strength to it. Depends what you need the to do to get a job interview third college view or whatever. It's with that account and degree. How it really is like that isn't it? It's like that you're going to get an interview knuckles you know you. You won't even get entertainment tonight you L.. It depends where you're going to do. They're going to be in show business if you want to be whatever I do. You don't need any kind of education. Yeah if you wanna be billy chase murderers you probably don't need an education either although you have one but any But anyway it depends what you want to do. But if you WANNA go out in the real world like your friends or surreal world finished. The school I know it sucks but you never want that that roadblock in front of you and that could be a roadblock if you don't finish kick yourself and if you're an accounting or something like that you know so it also like to putting all this effort to go to school and you're not gonna like suck yourself dry financially and hopefully have a plan then I mean you you got to do and I think we owe her an apology she. I'm sorry heels all billy the apology. I'd never prejudge had to do things that are very adult like she'd have to step it up. I'm very sorry but you are not old and you have a long life patio and three years is just a blip on the radar and just get it on. It really is when you turn forty. Three years is basically like three weeks. It's true in your life just goes so fast okay. I went to a dark doctors. Also I believe when he was seven years and I'm still not done. Yeah well we believe is inspirational for like thirty seconds. He was like go. Get that shot. And he's like why these lecture short ah before your eyes but also by the way at twenty seven sadly most people don't have their shit figuring out how to win so I would would not feel that you're behind anything you have your life. You have real have work experience to Jack. Goals bottom line is if you're a hard worker and you keep at it you can you can. Do we believe leaving you getting old and not feeling accomplished. That's how she listed her so like all right last question okay. Last question is from her mind any doubt got it from the hermine off. The chasing mysteries shrunk down this her mining. Let's drag her down on her burner phone okay. My boyfriend and I have always been on the same page and haven't needed to have a bunch of talks hawks for our relationship to progress. But now that we've been together for almost a year doesn't say I find myself wondering about our next steps. We've bought a house together and things have been going great. He brought up. He wants to be married by twenty twenty or early twenty twenty one but wants to do things right originally. I thought this was asking my dad but I found found out last weekend. It means finishing the CO HAB agreement for context is family is very well off so I get it. But we'd need a pre-nup anyway. So why does this one matter sadder. I'm worried about things running on forever and not being romantic as once it comes. prenups are never romantic. Do Hint healing takes up torridge. Told I'm I'm worried about him. Never proposing I need help..
"billy he" Discussed on LadyGang
"Do this so I can pay off student loans and we can save to buy a place. They're nice guys but they're all in their thirties and they never clean like ever a neat freak. Can I need my space. Be Organizing clean but also don't WanNa get stuck being the twenty five year old house mom to these grown ass dude. Her thirty year old boyfriend to roommate. My boyfriend and Nyerere planning here at least another year and it works really well for US financially. Any suggestions on how to cope with these messy guys murdered right so show ham pain for one of those Democrat Candidates that is actually going to loan forgiveness. That's the best thing that you can or arquette look at a You know you can't you. You can work another job potentially to do it. But that's the problem with what's going on in America's that were sending kids off to college. They're coming back forty thousand dollars anything they gotta live with these losers this weird three's company s thing that she's got going on that's weird. I think only murderers have adult. It remains at thirty. They usually often. They might look at their mom. You hear a lot still live at their mom. Yeah Billy what's your advice advice. Well I said that I think it's you gotta have a financial plan. What's what's the escape route from that I I agree also? I think you raise the rent for those other talkers and get a cleaning lady. Also I don't know I'd almost rather downgrade and live in studio with my boyfriend than live with a bunch of random absolutely trash. Yes there's gotTa be other options the yeah exactly. There's something I did. She have to be in that city. We're we're Susan say all right. Good luck probably murdered laney ladies a good idea because it's like like it works for you to have these other people living with you and paying you rent and pays your front end with well. It's also a cleaning ladies. Just abandoned. Though she's she's using the dirtiness is another thing where they just want some space and she's right she's being there. It's like me and the Lady Gang Philly I understand that and listen to cleaning. There's GonNa come once a week. She's picking up after them every day. Yeah he's not gonNA do discuss honestly. Men are from gross garbage. Okay next next. Question comes from getting old and not feeling accomplished. I'm turning twenty four. Oh my God old twenty five summer Dan. You're doing. This reminds me of this reminds me of love island where it's just like you know I'm twenty two and I'm never gonNA find love. It's come on God. Wait another ten years before even her piece i. She's thirty guys your problem. You think you're older twenty four like that's it. I remember it is twenty four and I was I was twenty. One Shamed for being twenty four Godwin idiotic raced the twenty four year old age. Okay should I raise the question yes awesome. Oh my God billy. Don't have an opinion. It's your first time with billy. It's so stupid. Twenty four is exactly right. Just just cut that off right. Then I'm afraid to boom. There's that that is their young us. Yeah whether it's defeating or whatever her problem I don't know if she is something nothing like and she's like I haven't week to live right H.. You guys assholes. It's not that dark skinned to make sure okay. I started college. Lied to me. Stepping up in a series reporting my family family matter that occurred after graduated. High School to still help my family. I took on on a full-time job in accounting and started to go to school part time in two thousand fourteen. This is why you feel old. However this week I found out that while yes I have all my classes completed to graduate in the spring? Spring of Twenty twenty. I don't have enough credits to do so since I only do part time. I now won't graduate until spring. Two Thousand Twenty Two hundred twenty seven twenty eight. Is it really worth it to do another three years of school. Aw I'm so sick of it and I just want to be done already. It sucks to look at all my friends crushing it in the real world. Please help me feel better about this. Give me strength to it. Depends what you need the.
"billy he" Discussed on LadyGang
"When when you when you're living this and Alexis does this for her day job to and I do this for my day job? You need the dumb as well. The thing is though they'll start going on tangents about all these things and I'm like we I. I listened to a lot of true crime and it so if I have a question about something than the listener probably has a question about who crime. What do you listen to the first episode? And I couldn't you're listening more. I don't listen murder. I don't even like being a guest Dr for me. When you went into the Ted Bundy thing I can actually turning all I know? It's so dark I just don't even open my world to that kind of darkness dark. No my life is beautiful I've never seen a scary movie. Never never seen every M.'s. Were what is it. Nightmare elms worth Kelsey. Yeah I've never heard of getting of a home invasion of a stranger small. I mean they're pretty small stranger. It does happen but I believe in always lock your doors always you know. Get a Doors I had a home invasion. You did were you there. I watched them on my bring cameras. They didn't invade your. They didn't invade but they had a baseball bat. They're coming and what did you. What did you say? Did He Yeldham no. They didn't actually try dates. Sir Pumpkins maybe. They just wanted to play a game of baseball also. Had Random. Pumpkins loved Rodriguez tagging my house using squashes really wash use your pumpkin rolling King Mini Pumpkin. DOWN WE'RE GONNA get this one. Yes have you heard that before tagging thing. I've never heard that Keller can killer pumping for the next okay. Can we get late again. Billy needs some happy thoughts. He really does need some happy thoughts. Let's talk about problems of real. I don't want to answer stupid questions murder. I WANNA talk more. Let's just tie murderer into this somehow. Okay Tom Murder Billy. I'm sure some stupid girls girls ask her boyfriend. He's like you know who you're the most like your boyfriend. He might kill you okay. Well Billy also very could've advice by the way like he's a very good. We've had good girl chat you've given me good life advice to stay in his lane right now. Unsure trees bursaries. And I said I get the callback. Okay title Circle Okay Ready. I thought you might like call back like you got the job. I even understood. Idiot dying right now. This is the worst episode of Lady. Gaga's I've been living with my boyfriend for about eight months..
"billy he" Discussed on LadyGang
"Our guest today is someone we can officially call Jack Van axe work husband. That's when she decides she actually wants to work. He's an investigative journalist and producer who focuses on unsolved crimes and has written for the New York Times New York Post and and rolling stone during the day. He oversees all digital operations at Crimewatch daily. That's that's all this that you guys pulled. She has an emmy you really four years old. Oh but I thought it was great. Well Okay Okay does. He began at Crimewatch daily Games. He one time to Crime Watch daily and he obviously doesn't doesn't ever sleep because you can also find him. QRIPOLI CO hosting to podcasts including the I agree with Jack Vanik and the murder squad where he loves to discuss all things serial killers cults and conspiracy theories he also has a new book coming called Chase Darkness with me by Billy Jensen these the show former crime. Watch employees Billy Jensen thank you very much. Okay well ever hated your bio. The only one who's smarter than me. I take it as I can get it so and I'm a member of the lady gang on the facebook page. One of the only man not allowed. I have a question for you before this book comes out. You have to update your wikipedia page. That was on my wicked. PD wikipedia. Well you do. I found this information somewhere on your billy. Yeah really just. That's my that's my fault. Yeah I will say this though. I don't do conspiracy theories that's not sleeping crime is conspiracy. Now it's different. Oh it's different on your website. I saw burgers with social media. Talk about whether or not we landed on the moon. I joined the first degree just to get on this podcast. The entire thing. I'm doing we've done. How many episodes fifty fifty one fifty one episode of the popular went through fifty one episodes? And I'm finally here. This is is. It wasn't the long con you did. He is a member of our facebook group and he is very odd active on a asking. People giving people advice not not the great advice. Not Nipple here adviser. Have you always been interested in crime. This seems dark. Yes my first memory of speaking seeking was this. My Dad came home and was five years old in nineteen seventy seven New York which was a crazy time you had punky disco. You had star wars just came out the blackout. The seventy seven Yankees. It was crazy. He comes home and there was also a guy killing people and the forty four caliber killer also known as son of Sam and he came home and showing the newspaper and he said look they got him and it was a picture of him and it said we have him over the top and I remember my first words ever remember speaking with him in five years old. I I hope. I spoke before that was in the vernacular the day. He looks like a Turkey and that was it and now I didn't start from there wasn't like okay now let's go oh solve Zodiac killer case I that was not. I went and did some other things I wanted to be. You know an athlete than I wanted to be a musician and everything like that but the crime kept pulling me and pulling me and then eventually I started writing about can't fully dark. I like watching you and I'm like I'm feeling sad for you. The crime kept pulling me in business belly and then I just made a decision to only do unsolved crimes. That's why I had to do. Have your solve the crime. How many ten no south ten murders? He's legit is that true. Read the One. True crime writer started solving mysteries. How'd you get the earners council?.
"billy he" Discussed on Queer as Fact
"He's ashes literally divided between the two parties the tool to songs little billion kidding. To do what they will Hughes will leaves a lot of his assets to low Billy. He gets his saxophone of his career. Joining Scott guitar, h how you okay, yes. So the family by the end of Billy's life was not in a goods. Yes. Yes. And that's about all I had to say about he's life. And what really just remains is the discussion. I also I guess just want us to talk a little bit more about Middlebrook and how she chose to write about this. So hooked biography very much plays into common tropes about transpeople. Chiefly among them this understanding of someone who pauses agenda that went on assigned at birth as being deceptive. Basically tricking everyone around them. There's this constant language about being an actor Seattle, cool and putting allusion and so forth and ends up in this kind of like bizarre speculations that say a lot more about middlebrooks than they do about Billy Tipton. I think where she posits that. For example, the disguise itself was sexually exciting to Billy. How did she reached that point? And how did she kind of marry that with assertion that the motivation was professional? She doesn't really issue. Just get to that point. Where all the motivation was the proposed to music career. And then when that didn't hold up, I guess it must be a robotic fan. Yeah. I mean, I guess she's kind of a speculating about like, so if Billy Tipton is having sex with these women with a dildo like what's in it for you? So what she arrives at is that like more disguising off a man must have been the town on as opposed to like, you can have a fulfilling sexual relationship that isn't about you having an orgasm necessarily. Yeah. Yeah. Yes. So she goes on to make similar comments about him, for example, enjoying being quote, a voyeur who has gained illicit access to the object of lost and things like that. What what? So he's a boy of the women who is having sex with. So he the voice of his own excess. Yes. It's worded in this like awful contemporary psychology regarding. People as perverts, basically, it's bad. It's bad time. I like about time you won all the pass in in the bedroom having nobody can avoid. To give up another said, she never really thinks about the possibility that Billy like just wasn't man. And that this was genuine expression of his identity as opposed to an elaborate facade. If some of these women genuinely didn't didn't nerve a whole situation here. I feel you know, you could make a case for the fact that Billy should maybe told them, but I don't see how we go from this. We have to get like a leg complicated discussion that she doesn't really handle our except with lines like that playing them terribly in a sledge hammer like way, I think he's been a not to have foothold into ride that. Yes, she never really thinks about the possibility that like he's just a man this is nine nineteen ninety eight to clear like there. What trends activists who have Pronin at the time, and who she did reach out to she credit several of them for sound to her in her knowledge -ment? So I don't know what the hell she thinks she's trying to pull it's interesting that she did speak to trans activists Columbus. Then she's considered the possibility that really was trans is something she addresses a hippo. There is one passage where she truly considers whether or not this whole time. She has been writing a book about a trans man. And I'm gonna just read you that whole thing in full looking at Billy Tipton in terms available in the late twentieth century, we see someone who fits the profile of the female to male transgender Hristo female, gender Blenda that is a person with a female body, but in Daytona gender identity. A blend of traits. That is not simply a feminity in disguise and is not a lesbian identity Bilas success in the strategy raises..