25 Burst results for "Bob Saget"
"bob saget" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
"It really makes your teeth whiter because the plaque on your teeth is not water soluble. It's fat soluble. So the lipids have to dissolve in fats, which is why oil works in your mouth. I prefer sesame oil. I don't know if you have that, but they're both good. I'm sorry, I haven't let you talk at all. What do you like to do, Aaron? Just sort of chill out, you know, I played football, watch movies. Anyhow, do you want to go out for more Coke and then take this upstairs? You know what? You don't want chalene. It's later than I thought. Oh no. Yeah, no, I got this thing tomorrow. I gotta do, and it's earlier than I thought I just got a message earlier. So I'm gonna go and I'll put you in a couple of days. That's what it must have been like for Aaron Rodgers. Oh my God, that's why I feel poor Aaron Rodgers has been going through the last couple of years, minus the cocaine, of course. That was just for effect. But this guy has had so much on his mind, trying to win football games, winning MVPs, and he's got to deal with this crazy bitch who literally has her own idea how to cure herself, feed herself, make herself it's better if you could believe that his play will be better next year coming off an MVP season, let me tell you, it will be. You need people like this out of your life. You know, she may not have the abyssinian cat or be the former stripper, but you don't need this kind of person just spouting bullshit at you all day. Believe me, it's a dream. I'm gonna knock the show off dad before I burst a blood vessel and fall on my head and crack the front of my skull in the back of my skull like Bob Saget did. I mean, I brought that up on the Patreon show. What the hell happened? Does anybody feel that maybe he had a hooker in the room and it got bad and maybe the pimp came up and had to hit him across the table to Billy club or a bat, something happened. Can we see the security camera footage of the hallway going to his room? On a weekend because his wife sued that they don't want to have anything to do with the hotel and then on any details coming. So it's gonna be a mystery forever. Nobody faints and it's the head of the headboard and cranks the back of this skull and in front of this skull. No. No, don't believe this. This is on the level of Jussie Smollett and I'm gonna get into this on today's Patreon if you wanna hear more. But don't believe what you're being told about bob sang and there's something very fishy about this and it goes way beyond COVID. Way beyond a simple fainting spell. I hope we find out one day. He's too good a man to die in a such
"bob saget" Discussed on Private Dicks
"Head checked. That's how bob saw you talking? Head injury up. I just assumed he was, I didn't even read any of the articles. I just assumed old, I felt drugs. Yeah, I thought it was going to be drugs too. Yeah. But I'm going to make it because his aristocrats bid is the best one in the nearest cigarettes. I didn't know Bob Saget was in the aristocats. Was he the one playing piano? Yes, he was in the arrested cats, for sure. Meow meow, fucking meow. That's cool, dude. He's had such a rich filmography. So after Joseph's murder, it was becoming a parent, there was a trend. And it wasn't going unnoticed by anyone. The citizens, the police, the media were putting this all together. All of this was being reported by the local media. What's happening in New Orleans? I saw it described as extreme chaos. This guy was kind of starting to be described as the American Jack the Ripper, but like I said, the Americanized the fuck out of it with an axe, you know? That's way cooler than the fucking Jack the Ripper. And Italian immigrants instead of whores. And apparently he's fat. Yeah.
"bob saget" Discussed on How to Live A Fantastic Life
"Aware to consciously point to things that they measure as great and notice I stress those things because it's all measurement. It's all a perspective. But the only difference is I followed my truth, right? I did not allow conflict. I faced the music, so to speak, right? To not address your inner truth is far worse than being at odds with a boss a mate, someone that you really respect. Everyone runs from conflict. And I do too. I don't like conflict. It doesn't feel good, but I completely face it when it has to be faced, especially with myself. So I would say the biggest difficulty in my journey is just being wired in a way that naturally focuses on the truth and being honest with yourself regardless of the cost. And that's something that we all face and we all have the ability to be, so there are no mega superheroes or, you know, people tend to look at others and their accolades and they think, wow, how can I, and I want to, that's not the case at all. You have a huge amount of both value to offer to others. And abundance within yourself, ability to be really happy and really aligned, but it's usually on the other side of you facing something that in your environment seems very tough to face, which is just being the thing that you're supposed to be. And actually acknowledging it, and not allowing anything to trample that, that's huge. Now, from your book blurb there, it says, whether you're an executive or just starting out dating or in a long-term partnership, religious or agnostic. You're curious essence does not need to be changed. It just needs to be discovered. Does that mean this is all deeply down inside of you here? That's correct. That's right. You know, like I mentioned, we tend to want to be something external and something better, right? We tend to create heroes and mentors and things I want to be like that. I want to be like that. That's not to say that there's not good qualities and traits and people that we esteem that we want to emulate to some degree, but it's far more critical that you understand you. You understand what really makes you tick. And that's really what the objective. When you are aligned within, you are happier, you have less conflict within, you have less, you know, there are people who have reached out to me, you know, our gender reveal for our daughter went super viral, ended up tens of millions of views, Bob Saget show, God rest his soul, but all that happened
"bob saget" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"High, triple-A reports a national average price for regular fell two cents over the weekend to four 98 a gallon. The price hit 5 O one a gallon last week, the highest average price ever after it pushed past $5 for the first time. I'm Michael kassner. Police are continuing to search for a man accused of punching Louisville, Kentucky mayor Greg Fisher over the weekend, Trey Thomas has more. Authorities say the mayor is doing fine, the attack happened Saturday at fourth street live. Police released several surveillance photos of the suspect, Fisher called the incident, and unfortunate thing during the Juneteenth gala Sunday Night at the Louisville central community center. I'm Trey Thomas. Two Florida sheriff's deputies are under disciplinary measures for leaking information about the death of Bob Saget, more from Mark Mayfield. The actor and comedian was found dead in an Orlando area hotel room in January, following a stand up comedy presentation. Deputies emiliano Silva and Stephen Reed are both on the list to be disciplined, but the investigation report doesn't specify what sort of discipline the men are to receive. The news of Saget's death was posted on social media by a relative of one of the deputies before sage's family had been notified. I'm Mark Mayfield. With many kids headed to college campus his next fall, it's a good time to teach your kids how to make sound financial choices for their future, Rebecca Hughes has more. The pandemic has shifted families perceptions a little bit, but we're seeing on the return they get on education and how they can minimize the cost of paying for college and student loans. Brian Walsh, the manager of financial planning and student loan expert says the process of making tradeoffs before making purchases can be a lifelong lesson that adds value to your child's adult life, he says students who may have never worried about a budget or payments before can be easily led into bad decisions. Sometimes they could feel kind of like monopoly money where when you take out a student loan, you add a thousand bucks or 2000 bucks or whatever it may be, but understanding what that's going to do to your payment when you graduate or how much interest you're going to pay back on that extra money can help kind of hammer it home a little bit. Most urges parents to not feel pressured into providing financially for your new adult student because it's absolutely critical that you do not derail your own retirement plans. I'm Michael cassin. And I've did these Pellegrini in the Bloomberg newsroom. We have a bit of a rally going on in Europe this hour. The FTSE right now up about 1.6% in Paris the cat got more than two tenths of a percent in Germany, the decks up more than 6 tenths of a percent. Some breaking news meantime in the oil world, the head of Petrobras has resigned. Treasury secretary Janet Yellen talking about inflation. She says it'll be with us for the rest of the year. And Cleveland fed president Loretta mester says it'll take a while for the fed to get inflation where it wants it. It isn't going to be immediate that we see 2% inflation. It will take a couple of years. But they don't be moving down. And muster on CBS face the nation heard here on Bloomberg radio. As we've been reporting COVID vaccines for kids as young as 6 months being rolled out this week, now that the CDC has formally approved the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines, White House coronavirus response coordinator, doctor Ashish, says don't hesitate. Reinfections are happening, especially the omicron wave did not generate the kind of immunity that prior waves have. And the evidence is really clear that vaccinations prevent hospitalization serious illness, including in kids. So even if the kids have been previously infected, I think it's clearly worth getting. And that vaccine for kids could be available across much of the nation tomorrow. And did you save much during the pandemic as Bloomberg's Courtney done a whole report? It turns out a lot of people and not just in the U.S. just didn't, Courtney. Denise the survey by YouGov shows more than half of consumers and major economies didn't build up savings during the pandemic. The survey looked at 18 countries. Germans saved the least frequently and indonesians the most the U.S. was in the middle. Denise? All right, thank you, Courtney. And global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than a 120 countries. In the newsroom, do
"bob saget" Discussed on Daily Pop
"Next guest, our musicians who play with artists like John Legend and chance the rapper. Yes. Give it up for Ezra and adib, the potash win. Good morning. Good morning. You guys. We're doing great today. I am so excited. Can you guys have played with so many artists? Is there one person or one moment that stands out to you guys? Fantastic question. I would say like musicality wise alone, maybe John Legend. Just a class act, incredible musician, just an honor to play with him. I mean, on the jazz side, we always love playing with marsalis and John batiste. There are some of our favorites to play with for sure. But everybody, you know, we love playing with everybody. They're for genre. That's a leisure drip. We play with Mozart. We got Beethoven back from the dead. Like, we've been doing it with everyone. I mean, we exhumed his body just to play with it. He could still do it. Excited about this new album hornady, talk about it. Oh, they got Terry Crews to sing on it. Really? Yeah, he did a little spoken word. So, you know, as horn players, everyone always says, oh, are you a jazz musician? You classical musician. But with pornography, wanted it to be horns for everybody. Like none of our friends listened to jazz or classicals. We were like, pornography. Everybody gets a chance to love horns. And we did it where it was like chronologically where every single song that you hear is a new way horns is presented throughout the entire album. And we felt so lucky that we've had a lot of incredible mentors in our lives that have given us some really incredible words of wisdom, and we were like, how can we incorporate that into music? And so during COVID, we said, can you guys send us some words of wisdom or talk about horns and brass? And then they sent us back some stuff. We made an album out of it. Yeah. And you guys got the privilege of working with Bob Saget. Yeah. That was really, really tough, but also really, really beautiful for us. You guys, the ability to bring people together and to heal and we just were so lucky for the opportunity to work with somebody who we love so much. And we're donating a percentage of the album to the scleroderma foundation in honor of bob. Because that was an organization so close to him and to us as well. And so we wanted to give back because, you know, just that time with him was so valuable. And we really didn't. Yeah. Well, let's help Justin today. We bought French horns bought one for him. He's never played before. He doesn't know how to blush. Anyway. Should we start with a mouthpieces? Do you think? First and foremost, you get to put a lot of hot air through it. Yeah. Lonnie.
Goodbye to Another Brilliant Comedic Mind, the Great Gilbert Gottfried
"And finally, I want to say, I'm very bummed out that the great comic Gilbert Gottfried has died. This came out of nowhere, man. Just like his pals, Bob Saget, and Louisiana, and not to mention Norm Macdonald, all of these guys were on Gilbert's podcast in the last few years, and it's gonna be so hard to listen to these shows now because Gilbert's gone.
Bob Saget's Death: Are We Getting the Whole Story?
"Bob Saget saga, which sounds more and more to me like we're not getting the whole story, I watched inside edition, it turns out there's a fraction to the back of Bob Saget's head and fractures in the front of his skull. What kind of fool was that? The guy the doctor on TV said, this is the kind of thing that happens with a 20 foot fall. What happened? I'm gonna throw a crazy theory out there and I don't wanna be right 'cause I don't know Bob Saget to be this way. It was a happily married guy. Everybody in town loved him. But what if he on the road and decides maybe I'll get a hooker? Maybe I'll have somebody come over and clean the out before I get on the plane before I get a nice night's sleep and go head home tomorrow. I don't know. I mean, who knows? There are a lot of people who work in the field of comedy or entertainment while there are people like this in every field. You can be bob from accounting who goes on a road trip to Wilkes berry Pennsylvania and suddenly you're at the Holiday Inn bar called shutters and you see somebody at the end that's not really a ten, but she's available. She's interested in your bullshit accounting stories and you figure why not go upstairs. It happens. Could that have happened to Bob Saget? Could he have taken a hooker home? Could he have called an escort service and something went crazy? Haywire and she'd crack them over the head with a bat, I don't know. Are we seeing surveillance tapes from the hotel? I saw the headboards at the hotel he stayed at, there's nothing on the headboard that would suggest that kind of trauma. And if he did faint, which I presumably think that's what happened, I don't know how you explain the fractures in the front and the back.
Is Vaccine Related Fainting Causing Deaths?
"All sort of have the McDonald's the comedian faint on stage after bragging about being vaccinated and booster and Jesus loves her blah blah blah. Top of her game never looked healthier, boom. Faints really scary, cracked her skull in the hospital. A couple days later, we find that Bob Saget died of a brain bleed because he hid his head somewhere in the room, they don't know where their guessing, he hit it so bad that he laid back down in bed under the covers and thought he'd sleep it off and the brain bleed killed him. And I know a friend of one of my relatives died that way too, hitting their head the same way. So I'm not saying that's not true. But I'm wondering, I don't believe that Bob Saget hit his head on the headboard. Headboards at hotels are flat. It's not gonna hurt you. I think Bob Saget fainted also. I think you think maybe he had said on the bathroom sink, an end table. We'll never know. And maybe when he came to he crawled back to bed and thought, oh God, I'll just sleep this off. And he died that way. It's terrible news, but you know, both of them are vaccinated. And now there's news that Bob Saget had COVID and his repertory system. This is such bullshit. I'm not saying he didn't, but I'm saying, if he did, then why isn't his death being counted as a COVID death? Because that's what they did for tomb frigging years. Count everybody's death who had COVID in this system, even though they died of diabetes or strokes or cancer or heart attacks. If you tested positive for COVID, which they always give you blood panels when you enter a hospital, the automatically was a COVID death. And it was nonsense. So we've been lied to for a long time. I'm not saying co didn't kill a lot of people. It did, but it killed people as the CDC has admitted with as many or an average of four other comorbidities that they were living with. So I don't want to, you know, look, I just think that we have to focus on the fainting aspect here. And possibly if Helen McDonald was in a hotel and hadn't left her hotel, you had to go perform, she might have think of the same way. It's a matter of timing. She could have had a head on the end table of the coffee table and die the same way. So is there a connection with the faint thing in the vaccinations?
"bob saget" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Talk about the pain trace I am shocked by the moves that we're seeing in the rights market The inflation debate continues Bloomberg radio the Bloomberg business happened Bloomberg radio dot com Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg dot com and the Bloomberg business app This is Bloomberg radio Now a global news update Face mask mandates are being loosened or lifted in a number of states despite CDC guidelines on masks We continue to recommend masking and areas of and substantial transmission which is basically the entire country at this point That's essentially everywhere for indoor settings Press secretary Jen Psaki said The White House understands the growing impatience over wearing masks during the ongoing COVID pandemic She insisted that CDC guidelines will continue to be based on science and data states that have lifted mask mandates or plan to very soon are Illinois New York Delaware California Connecticut Oregon and New Jersey There are currently no plans to use the U.S. Military to evacuate Americans from Ukraine depending on spokesman John Kirby said Americans have had ample opportunity to leave Ukraine in an orderly manner as Russia prepares for a possible invasion President Biden has advised Americans to exit Ukraine unless they have official diplomatic or military advisory duties Bob Saget died from a brain bleed after head trauma His family said authorities believe the full House star hit his head after checking into the Ritz Carlton hotel in Orlando last month while authorities are not sure what he hit his head on they believe he didn't realize the extent of his injury before going to bed and dying in his sleep Authorities had initially believed he died from a heart attack or a stroke Duh.
Will John Mayer Move in on Bob Saget's Widow?
"That I have a sneaking suspicion that in due time in due time, bob said it's very pretty younger widow Kelly would be leaning on John Mayer's shoulder for support and maybe just maybe she'd be leaning on another part of his anatomy too. Okay? I'm sorry. This is how John Mayer operates and listen, I know a lot about situating yourself as the guy from moral support when you know a woman is gonna need some strength. I've done it. I've been there. Many of you have, I just feel this is what John Mayer will do and is doing right now. Doesn't make him a bad guy. Might make many of you feel he's a shit friend, but people are people in misery loves company and if that company can sing and play guitar as great as John Mayer Campbell, then it's bound to happen. I just see John Mayer and Sagan's widow Kelly being together and having to explain why this is nothing crazy to look at. Bob would have loved this. You know, it's going to be fine. We're just Friends. You just wait. There's going to be pictures and People magazine or radar online of them hooking pinkies walking someplace. You watch John Mayer will never miss an opportunity like this. And I don't want to look, I don't want to be looked upon as a crazy person or a piece of shit. I just see this happening and my Spidey sense has been on
"bob saget" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"This is Bloomberg radio Now a global news update the federal government is gearing up to send out free at home COVID test kits Americans can start ordering them on Wednesday with a limit of four test kits per household tests are expected to be shipped within 7 to 12 days of ordering White House press secretary Jen Psaki says Russia is strategically spreading misinformation For example Russian officials and influence actors are emphasizing narratives about the deterioration of human rights in Ukraine and the increased militancy of Ukrainian leaders Psaki cited U.S. intelligence that Russia already has undercover operatives in Ukraine She warned about harsh economic consequences if Russia sends troops into Ukraine Bob Saget's loved ones are saying their final goodbyes the late comics private funeral was held today at the Mount Sinai Memorial Park cemetery in Los Angeles many of his full House costars were in attendance Saget was found dead in his Florida hotel room on Sunday I'm Brian schuch I'm Barry results you're listening to master's business on Bloomberg radio My extra special guest this week is Jim mckelvey He is the author of the innovation stack as well as cofounder of square we'll talk about the name change and we'll talk about some of the other things you cofounded or founded let's start with invisibly can consumers really profit off of all of their private data that these online companies and social networks are grabbing Tell us tell us a little bit about invisibly I wish I could give you a strong yes I will give you sort of a kind of right now But the idea behind invisibly is very sound which is that you should stop being the product and start being the person in control And what I mean by that is when you're using a platform for free like Facebook or Twitter or any of those platforms Google for that matter They're going to monetize you And what that means is that they serve you things that serve them And only them So I'll give you an example Facebook has figured out that the more time you spend on their platform the more money they make And they have also figured out that if they piss you off towards the end of your browsing experience you're going to spend more time on it Serves them to get they'll show you the pictures of your cousins and your kids and all the cool stuff and then if it looks like to their algorithms that you're gonna leave they will piss you off on purpose And that's how they're one of their tricks to keep you engaged Well yeah it's well known Now that is not good for you But it's good for Facebook How do you monetize how do you as the individual user flip the script and monetize that So about 5 years ago I started working on this idea that everybody's had As I do called micropayments And micro payments are simply making you the center of the transaction So if you see an ad you get paid for seeing that ad a tiny amount and if you view a piece of content or read something or listen to something like you listen to this podcast we should pay Barry I should have a quarter cent Yeah we should pay Barry We gotta pay him for all the work you did when he forgot to take you read the book That should be compensated So at the center of this though is the person in charge And what we're trying to do with invisibly is create an invisible agent And this agent is going to buy for you and sell for you They're going to buy at the lowest prices they can They're going to sell your eyeballs at the highest prices They're going to negotiate negotiate on your behalf So the first thing we're going to stand up is a news reader which will take most of English language news and give you control of it And look I can't tell you the people are going to want to use this because news is so polluted right now Everyone knows the concept of this It's really interesting It's a great concept Barry I can't swear that it works but if you go to invisibly dot com you can try it And look we're giving it a shot And the hope is that if we can give people control then they will feel better about what they're consuming and also what they're selling because believe me if you think something free you're paying for it with your attention Right And you should be in control of the old joke is if the product is free then you're the problem Yes That's true So that's it How'd you like working with founders fund They have a really interesting history I really like founders fund founders fund was the only money I wanted in the company And it's because of Peter seal So micro payments if you know anything about the history of the Internet everyone's had the idea Nobody's made it work So we're talking about 25 years of constant failure So when I was pitching Peter well first of all forget Peter When I did the when I did the company I said well I could fund the company myself but that would be stupid because then I'm just an idiot who has no validation So I thought who would be the most validating capital in the world And I thought I need somebody who's made contrarian calls Who's been right who's been in your face who's not afraid to be a little controversial and only two names came to mind It was Elon Musk and Peter Thiel And Elon I can't get in touch with him but I can get in touch with Peter and I went I pitched Peter And they both were part of the original PayPal map Yeah yeah Memory serves Yeah But Peter has made contrarian calls and been right This is the thing When Peter invested in invisibly it's said to the rest of the world you better pay some attention here because somebody who's been right more often than you are is putting his money in this So let's talk a little bit about what you learned building a $1 billion business square when public It's become wildly successful What are the lessons from that I think it's the lesson of serve the unserved I mean what's where has been focused on from day one are people who weren't invited to the party And we began with payments That's where we were We're now doing that with cash app which is a runaway success but cash app is essentially a bank in your pocket It's a way of trading stock It's a way of buying crypto It's a way.
Did Bob Saget Die From COVID or Its Vaccine?
"Quick, Bob Saget, his death, we know about no surprise there. I was saying the other day on my show, why doesn't any report of find out when he was vaccinated? That can't be too hard to figure out with the right tools, the right people in place if you work in a newsroom or any kind of news organization, you can get that information pretty easily. No one's doing it. Nobody wants to know if it's too close to his death. He had COVID over the holidays. He said he was feeling okay but tired. He said on an interview for some other some other person's podcast, you don't want to get this. It's tough. I had a tough time with it. Okay. 65. I don't know if he has any comorbidities. I don't know if he had high blood pressure or whatever. Diabetes, he certainly wasn't obese. But there could be something else in his system. We didn't know about. But he looked generally healthy. He was very happy. He looked indecent shape for a man in his age. And now ABC News, I believe, was the first to report. Maybe I'm wrong that now people are thinking it could be COVID with bob sack. We need people to be a first. We all thought that immediately you can't be 65 and being good shape and not be a fat slob or these obvious comorbidities and not think that it has something to do with either COVID or the gem. So until we find that when he got the jab, I'm gonna stick to the fact is that, yeah, I think it was a side effect of the jam.
"bob saget" Discussed on Daily Pop
"It for everybody. I'll see you so excited. Rice and how to be is the medical show that will not die and they just got renewed for the 19th season in elephant agreed to stick around for another year. So this is kind of a surprise because Ellen has been open about her desire to move on. We even asked her about it when she stopped by daily pop before. Who knows? I don't know. I don't know. I can't do it. Y'all, I couldn't tell you what, what's going to happen? Really. I mean, I could tell you a little bit of what's gonna happen, but I really can't. Because I'm not supposed to say it. Okay. So Ellen was more direct with an interviewer and an interview with the insider, so she said that she was trying to focus on convincing everybody that it should end. But felt like no one cared because the show, excuse me, quote, makes a gazillion dollars. So at what point do you break away and never? We know that she was making $20 million before the new contract. So I believe it was like something crazy like per episode. So it's, you know, who knows? I mean, there are two trains of thought, right? You're lucky if you get a show that has that long of a run. And so you definitely want to take advantage of it, but I think also if you care about the integrity of the show, when it starts to lose that thing which sometimes happens after a while. I think you want to go out on a high and you want people to remember it at its best. Yeah. So many shows that I'm like, oh God, they jumped the shark. Yeah. You know, they should have kind of put this one together. I know you're sad when they end some shows where you go after like the tenth season. And but I also think there's certain things that should be dinner table talk. Ellen has been talking a little too much. It's about Denzel Washington or the show ending. So if you're ready for the show to end, that's a private conversation to have with your cast with the producer, but let's be classy on our way out. Yeah, I'm still a little salty about the Denzel. I'm mercy. I'm mad about that. I will say, you know, he has recently addressed it and kind of laughed it off. So he obviously isn't sweating it too much. Because there was a lot of 19 seasons, so do you think that this will be the last season? No. Yeah, hard to say, especially because they turned the cast over, you know? But what I think is tough when you say you're leaving and then you don't. That's right. You know what I'm saying? That's where I think that going to imagine her now that she's been here for so long. I can't imagine her doing anything else. So if she did do another show, I'm not quite sure I would watch because I'm just in my mind she's always going to be Meredith. Look at Law & Order. How many seasons are we on with Law & Order? And it has not gotten old yet. Right. So they could keep going. It could be like general hospital could be like, yeah. You know, it's just like a 19th day. Exactly. It's definitely a soap. All right, well, people are gonna keep watching y'all. We know this. So over the weekend, we do know and we reported yesterday that Bob Saget passed away unexpectedly. Reactions have been pouring in from his family and friends in Hollywood, including Jimmy Kimmel, who opened his show last night with this heartfelt tribute. If you read anything about bob online last night, if you saw any of the many thoughts from people who knew him personally, a word that came up a lot was the sweetest. In 2017, after our mutual friend Don Rickles died, bob and John Stamos, who were beyond Friends, they were brothers. They are brothers. They were like this bob and join me on the show to eulogize Don to tell stories about him and how much we were going to miss him. We never imagined that four and a half years later, we'd be talking about. I'm sorry I taped this like 14 times and I just. I want to send love to his daughters to his wife Kelly and to his friends who loved him so much. He was very kind to everyone and he had no problem telling you that he loved you and what you meant to him. These are the times when it's really hard to do this job because you know I want to cry right now. I was reading tributes last night that made me tear up. So this is, you know, it shows how much it's what we were saying yesterday. You can tell who a person was by what the people they left behind. And it's just it's heartbreaking. Yeah. It's heartbreaking to see and, you know, what I've been seeing those people really pull through with trying to make jokes that they know that he would have loved and really trying to lighten the mood. And I know that that's been appreciated by his family and speaking of his family. Bob's wife, Kelly told E. News, my whole heart, bob was my absolute everything. I am so completely shattered and in disbelief. John Stamos wrote, I'm not ready to accept that he's gone. I'm not going to say goodbye yet. Maybe tomorrow. Maybe. And John Mayer said, I would like you to know that the man you hope was as awesome as you think was way beyond what you could ever imagine. So we are sitting love and prayers to his family and warning right with them and we'll be right back with more daily pop. Wow. So here is a Hollywood fact if you are a woman and you hang out with Brad Pitt. People don't think that he is your man. All right, so being Ricardo's actress alia shawkat says that she was been friends with Brad for years and that there were whispers that the two were a couple..
"bob saget" Discussed on MMA Roasted
"Bread though. Leonardo alves. His nickname is Nate Diaz. He just took me. So ridiculous. I'm going to be Greg Don fry Wilson. Remember the name. I feel like I got a mustard. Remember the name, not the one on the end. The one in the middle. That's the one that counts. So you gotta go, you guys have Sean Strickland. Yeah, so Strauss Rick Glen is a fighter Don. And he's like, this dude, I think he's one like this. I think he's won ten in a row. But he's out of his mind. He's like Kobe Covington. I wouldn't even say two. He's like, four. So what's his thing? His record because he's a group fighter. He's 24 and three, he's fighting Jack Hermanson. He's just beat your eye haul. He beat Jocko, Brendan Allen marshman, nordy and says he's won one, two, three, four. He's won 5 fights in a row. His last loss was in 2018. Uriah hall ain't no cupcake. And he lost he lost an usman by a decision. But this dude's beaten a lot of people. So there's videos of him like knocking out sparring partners on. Like kicking. He goes a 100% inspiring. Everyone says this guy's a psycho, right? Well, now he's on he's on Twitter, right? And is he complaining about the elites? Dude, he's like, so I'll just read some of his tweets to you. Screen share them or just read them. What do you think? Either way. All right, so you share and read. All right, so he says, hold on. Let me see if I could. Why didn't we talk about the royville bunch or any fight? Is that not happen? Oh, it is. It is. Okay, 'cause I don't think it's going to be maybe the best fight on that should be a great fight. Which one's that? Brandon royval? Oh, yeah. Yeah, yeah, yeah. He's a good fighter. He is. I like him a lot. And this guy wrote Jerry Oman, Bond torin, I don't know how to say it. Anyways, he looks he's 7th ranked, so that should be a good fight. I like roval a lot though. So sorry, Rachel thinks. All right, so he goes, he goes, all right, so he said, he goes, I heard Bob Saget died. I guess, I guess not a full house anymore. Laugh my ass. I think you would have laughed at that. And he tagged Bob Saget. Why tag them? He's dead. I mean, what was the so then he writes all right, he goes, it makes me tear up a little bit and think about where I'd be without MMA. All right, I'm getting off this bitch, peace out. Oh, that was nice. He goes, I just bought a everyone checking out Monday, co coming back from menace. This is one of those data. He likes to hurt people. He goes, I'm also gender fluid. Watch out ladies. I'll do anything for the gold. He goes, time to work out. He posted a picture. I actually dated a Muslim woman once, very sweet. Beautiful woman who somehow managed to drive a car. This is a while ago and anyways from that moment I realized how fun repressed women are LOL. You guys don't know about me. I'm actually a feminist. Don, I think you have a son out there somewhere. He goes, I'll make fun of Christians and they say, show him one day, Jews will come in your life and save you. Come to church and make fun of Muslims and it's straight death threats. Laugh my ass off. Y'all can't we just get along? He goes, Khabib, let's go. I'm open to being friends with violent violent dictators. Criminals, like Khabib, Dennis Robin, when you're done sucking off Kim Jong-un, let them know I'm open to being his buddy. Human rights violations. He goes, well, the UN needs to mind their fucking business. If I ever make money, I'll go fuck yourself money. First thing I'm doing.
TV Sitcom Dad, Bob Saget, Dead at 65
"Dad, a full house, has died at the age of 65. He had just performed a set in Orlando, Florida, and was found dead on responsive, according to a sheriff's statement on Twitter. Detectives and I'm quoting found no signs of foul play or drug use in this case. Again, I don't want this to sound about moi, but I did have an occasion to meet and talk with mister Sagan on several occasions. He and I both belong to a tennis club called to Luca like tennis club. And there was a little Jim where I would work out several times awake and he was almost always there, very affable, very personable, very good guy to talk to. And I liked him very much. I wasn't a fan of the comedy show, not because I thought it was bad, but you get to a certain age and sitcom set up set up set up joke laugh track set up set up set up joke laugh track. You don't want to do that anymore. No slide on the sitcom. It wasn't my demo, and I'm not their demo. So, but bob Sega did at the age of 65 years old. Now,
"bob saget" Discussed on Daily Pop
"But here's. All beautiful. I still think they all look great. Yeah, and I get it. You're not going to be, I think you have to come to just some type of realization with age. Yeah. And so I think it's just definitely hard to do in the public eye when you're running criticism. Every big single thing that you do. So we got more to talk about today. You guys still ahead, we are going to remember Bob Saget and we're going to talk with his former costar, Melissa Peterman. Plus, the Golden Globes had a quiet night last night, even though it happened. History was made. We're going to fill you in. Welcome back to daily pops. We have been talking about the shocking death of Bob Saget over the weekend. So joining us now to share some memories with about him is most Peterman who worked with bob on surviving suburbia hey Melissa, thank you so much for joining us. Thanks for having me. Good morning. We just really want to talk about bob right now. We've been watching a lot of the tributes and I know you worked with him personally. So can you tell me what he was like, what he was like to work with? Well, I obviously didn't get to work with him like his fabulous full and floor house cast all the time, but I was lucky enough, like so many people in Hollywood to have some time with him. And I actually, I auditioned to play his wife on surviving suburbia and which was a nerve wracking audition, and he came and he read with me. And he improvised with me. He made me feel so welcome and not nervous. And clearly, I did not get the part, the amazing brilliantly funny Cynthia Stevenson was the right fit, but I ended up coming on and getting to do some guest stars on surviving suburbia. And he was exactly the same way on set. He was just lovely and warm and hilarious. And I ensure, you know, you've been reading some of these tributes. I also got to go do stand up. And it was very different from America's dad. It was filthy. And I mean, really,.
"bob saget" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And Russia began tough negotiations in Geneva today Washington hopes the talks will avert the danger of a Russian invasion of Ukraine NATO secretary general Jens Stoltenberg says that security negotiations between Russia and the west may not resolve all issues this week but could provide a pathway to avoid conflict I have negotiated with Russia before As an original prime minister I know it's possible to make deals with Russia Stoltenberg says these are important efforts to try to make sure to have a political solution At least 19 people are dead and several others cling to life after the worst fire in New York City has been in decades A malfunctioning space heater started the fire that said billowing smoke through The Bronx high rise survivors are telling their stories this woman lives on the 9th floor and says she stayed in her apartment until the firefighters rescued her and her 9 year old son I knew the best thing to do was stay inside to stay inside 'cause even if you go outside when it's a fire All that smoke getting your lungs is no good It's the smoke that kills you It's the smoke in a way it was black smoke I mean thick black smoke Officials say an apartment door that should have automatically closed did not allowing the smoke to escape Pope Francis is now speaking about getting the coronavirus vaccination as a quote moral obligation The Pope used some of his strongest words yet calling for people to get vaccinated in a speech to ambassadors accredited to the Holy See today He denounced our people had been swayed by baseless information to refuse one of the most effective measures to save lives Tributes are pouring in for comedian and full House star Bob Saget who was found dead yesterday in his Orlando Florida hotel room Bob Saget who was on stand up tour with 65 Republican representative Jim Jordan of Ohio won a former president Donald Trump's closest allies in Congress has rejected a request for an interview by the house panel investigating the January 6th capitol riot in the leather to the committee chairman Jordan says the American people are tired of Democrats nonstop investigations and partisan witch hunts Live from the Bloomberg interactor.
"bob saget" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Say tonight is a night of tragedy and pain and tomorrow We begin to rebuild Governor hoku says she will establish a victim's compensation fund for the individuals to help them The cause of the fire according to investigators a malfunctioning space heater and a third floor duplex officials say when the family of that apartment fled the units fire resistant self closing door was left open And that's what caused the smoke to spread quickly Bob Saget the actor comedian known for his role as beloved single dad Danny Tanner on the sitcom full House and the host of America's funniest videos died while on a stand up tour Bob Saget was 65 Global news 24 hours a day on air live from the Bloomberg interactive broker studios and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Michael Barr and this is Bloomberg I think they can go much much higher They've got to equal what we're seeing with inflation at the end of the day because people are not going to be buying treasuries that they see They only getting two or 3% but inflation is 7 8 9 10% So at the end of the day those rates have to go up One side of the trade with Mark Mobius there they found a partner and Mobius Capital Partners from New York City this morning Good morning to you Lisa Graham is Tom king and Jonathan Ferro Future stand 22 when he gets some pea down a half of 1% That's the move on the NASDAQ down one 53 We're negative almost one full percentage point there as yields briefly breach one 81 to 77 80 Now you'll turn by a couple of basis points I said Mark Mobius was one side of the trade There is another one My colleagues on Friday Tom telling me now for him is a bike There are limits to how far the fed will take it He's comfortable looking at the ten year and the 30 year Right now where it is It's going to be interesting to see We are going to stop the show right now John farrow Lisa brahmas and myself we welcome all of you on radio and TV to maybe the first great discussion of the year William Dudley is not the normal economist Yes his work at Goldman Sachs out of Berkeley But far more his tenure at the New York Federal Reserve and he has been very overt in writing not weekly but pretty much twice monthly for Bloomberg opinion And today he issues without question his most scathing essay on where our Central Bank is Bill what's it like to write with that language of a remarkable and surreal fed economics Are you getting criticism from inside the fed I'm sure it doesn't make people there happy but the reality is I got to call it like I see it And what I see right now is the Federal Reserve that have a very benign forecast relative to what's actually happening on inflation If you look at their forecast that they published at the December FMC they have inflation melting away to 2.1% in 2024 even though they don't take monetary policy to a tight setting You end up 2024 the federal funds rates 2.1% below what they think is neutral So how does the inflation magically disappear if the Federal Reserve is at number policy type That's the question I want to raise in this piece Bill Dudley Alan Greenspan in 1998 at least talking about the measurement and measured in the idea of a graduation of step by step approach Alan blinder in an essay in 2005 said the Greenspan standard is suspect Are we going back to Arthur berms burns in the pipe smoke where we're going to lose quarter point measured and start to see some real jumps I think they're going to go fairly slow at first but because they think that the inflation pressures that we're seeing right now are going to subside as we go through the first half of the year But the real new information is the tightness of the labor market and the fact that that tightness of the labor market is resulting in higher wages wages above what's consistent with 2% inflation So I think even if the initial impulse of inflation turns out to be transitory they now have a problem because the labor market is sufficiently tight that wages are going to continue to accelerate Bill in your piece you reiterate your call for three to 4% as the potential and rate for the fed funds I'm struck by the fact that you include the idea of an end rate for inflation at two and a half to 3% which is actually a commonplace suggestion What happens to risk markets if the fed funds rate gets to three or 4% Do you think that this economy can sustain that Well I think that's the fundamental question In 2004 2006 the economy sustained the fed taking the federal funds rate from 1% to 5 and a quarter in 2016 to 19 the Conway didn't do so well with the fed taking the federal funds rate to up a little bit over 2% So I think that's the fundamental question How does auto markets reactive at night I think that right now this idea though that the fed is a small amount of tightening is going to cause markets to go down precipitously and that's going to cause the fed to stop I don't think that's the most likely outcome If you think the inflation subsiding at two and a half to 3% would result in what could be a crippling fed funds rate that are you saying that we need an inflation rate below two and a half percent to have an economy that is sustainable over the next decade I don't think a three to 4% fidget is crippling in any way It's only an unusually high relative to the last ten years It's actually a pretty low relative to the last 30 or 40 years So I think the economy can do just fine with the federal funds rate in that range I think what markets are really pricing is the fact that the fed is actually going to have to move to monetary policy setting at some point The fed has turned more hawkish in the very near term So a lot more heights are being priced in in 2022 But the terminal federal fund rate that the market's expecting is still very low only around 2% or so But what's important here and I think to summarize the message you think for inflation to come lower the fed needs to engineer kind of financial conditions Bill I'm trying to understand from your standpoint when you think that tightness begins Where do you think it is One and a half 2% two and a half What does it start to become restrictive and where we can sit here and say the fed is now tightening I think it's when the markets start to price in more tightening than what they've placed in at this point in time I mean if the fed just delivers what's priced in today I don't think markets react very much because it's already priced in So the Federal Reserve essentially has to go farther than what the market anticipates to the markets to react I think what will happen is that first bonds will go out further in the two and a half 3% range And as once we have higher tenure treasury note yields that will start to weigh in the stock market a little bit more and other risk assets like say cryptocurrencies for example But what you just said though the original piece of this is that you think when that.
"bob saget" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Nancy Pelosi says Republicans are carrying out a legislative continuation of the January 6th insurrection with their election laws Which is to undermine our democracy to undermine the integrity of our elections Her statement reflects how Senate Democrats have shifted their priority to passing a pair of voting rights laws that both lack GOP support representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is announcing she's positive for COVID Her office says she is currently experiencing symptoms and recovering at home the congresswoman is vaccinated and received her booster this past fall This comes after the New York Democrat was seen masculine multiple times on a trip to Florida as late as last week The Orange County sheriff's office says there were no signs of foul play or drug use and Bob Saget's death in Florida That came from a statement released Sunday after the star was reportedly found in his Orlando hotel room earlier in the day The medical examiner is set to rule on a cause of death I'm Chris garageio And I'm Brian curtiss in Los Angeles Let's check this hour's top business stories and the markets China has deployed a top police officer from the Xinjiang region to command the PLA in Hong Kong That is raising fears that Beijing is taking a tougher stance on Hong Kong At the request of Chinese president Xi Jinping major general pung Jin tongue will become the new commander Well House speaker Nancy Pelosi says there's an opportunity to add COVID relief to a package that will fund the government Let's get more here from Bloomberg susannah Palmer Pelosi says additional funds to help mitigate the effects of the pandemic could be added to a bill that's needed to fund the government after a stop gap spending measure runs out February 18th It is clear from the opportunity that is there and the again the challenge that is there from the resilience of this virus Pelosi spoke Sunday on CBS's face the nation She said that president Joe Biden's administration has not made a formal request for more funding Goldman Sachs says the fed will likely raise interest rates four times this year Goldman says the fed will start its balance sheet runoff process by July if not earlier The Banksy's rapid progress in the U.S. labor market and hawkish signals in the fed minutes for making this call And briefly China life insurance says operations and management are carrying on as normal that submit a probe of its chairman Wang bin by the country's top anti graft watchdog the stock trading down about 2% In the markets the CSI 300 is up about four tenths of 1% Tech stocks in Hong Kong surging 2% the hanxing.
AJ's Thoughts on Bob Saget's Unexpected Death
"It blew my mind to get the news tonight that bob died. I have a couple of stories about bob, really not really anything worth talking about. He dated a girl for a minute that I dated her for a minute and you know I met him at the mansion and she had told me a story one time where she was in his office at his TV show and she was much younger than he was like 18 years younger or some shit. And he was nervous the executives were going to see and he told her to get in the closet and hide and she told me that story and when I met him we had we hit it off at the mansion one night and I said you know I kind of hung out with a girl you dated. He goes, let me guess and he said the name is a that's her. I said does the story about you putting her in the closet town familiar? He goes, AJ, I wish I kept through in the closet. She's fucking nuts. I said, I know, and she was. I went out with her once and never saw her again. And then he proceeded to be as filthy as you could imagine a comedian ever could be. Bob Saget was so gifted at being filthy, better than most comics you've ever heard in your life. I'm not gonna lie and say we were friends. But I'm also not gonna sit here and act like it's no big deal that all these big names have gone in the first ten days of this new year. When we say Joan didion and Betty White at Sidney Poitier Peter that black Donovan and Bob Saget, I don't think one of them died of COVID. I'm sure some of them might have had it when they died, so let's get to hear those fucking bullshit excuses, but the point is, I don't know if I'm sacking to be a party. I don't know him to be a Coke user or a pill popper, but I will say this. With nothing out yet, he was 65, I'm 59. You can't do Coke this late in our life because bad things can happen. If it comes back if there's anything in his system, I will not be surprised. And I'll tell you why, not because I know him to be the kind of guy who would do that. I do not know him to be that kind of guy. Maybe it is youth, but not in the last 20 years.
"bob saget" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"This is going to be one of the fires that we have witnessed during modern times Here in the city of New York And at least 63 injured Adams says horrific thing and another very sad story Bob Saget comedian and star of the TV show full House has passed away at the age of 65 TMZ reports he was found by hotel employees where he was staying in Orlando Florida In San Francisco I met Baxter This is Bloomberg Jules Thanks Ed let's get to our guests now John Lennon's portfolio manager for China equities at alliance Bernstein joining us on the line here to talk the latest on what we can expect from China's markets In 2022 also just wanted to get your first thoughts on the COVID zero policy as we see the spread of Akron in the community And of course this continuing with lockdowns how that's going to affect sentiment and how it could lead I guess China behind again if they're going to continue down this path of locking down every time there's a case Good morning good evening to be here Well you're absolutely right that at least as an investor for us we're not overly concerned about holding our nor even the delta cronuts being a discover over the weekend Because they are being so many countries that don't do the rather instructions and we see the weights are cresting in some places already So really it's the zero COVID strategy on the Chinese government pursuing as purely as investor and that gives us some concern that extended shutdowns my lead to additional or more slowing are particularly in the consumer and the services part of the economy And so I think that's what we're doing is taking actions to make sure that our clients are our money It's insulated from some parts of the economy that are most susceptible to disruption from shouting down strategies And where do you see those opportunities particularly as you start to see hopes of improving valuation and this regulatory cycle perhaps a better year for China equities than what we saw last year Yeah absolutely So I think that step back over all Chinese economy had a tough second half of 2021 to last year And partially driven by very tightly related conditions heading into the middle part of last year And of course what happened in starting November was the government has turned their monitoring and fiscal policy around So we are firmly around to easing now with using and particularly as the economy slows We're going to see additional support coming probably traditional places where they could be host to infrastructure for one And of course our new area and that's a green energy we ran investments And so on the one hand the infrastructure of the united economies are very attractively valued And so means a year of a chemicals like some of the machinery names are really interesting to us And of course property developments on after a tough year last year some of the names are meant to survive this round of downturn Our also trading compelling operations Now on the other hand the green energy name is some of them are training at very high valuations I've also started the correct as on perhaps after this round investor can also find more target in that area of the market Do you expect that we will see a broad gain in both on and offshore stocks or you're expecting that perhaps offshore for example would do better this year What we still hold a view that I'm showing a shares are going to continue to have a better time this year certainly from the moment And part of the reason is the some of the challenges faced with the offshore stocks particularly on the regulatory side again the study Internet aids in the economy names are formed on a persist To be fair the regulations on the offshore stance They're a bit like a roller coaster ride So when we're coming on a roller coaster and it's going down the first big drop everyone is screaming your heart is jumping out of your chest That was July And then the roller coaster ride isn't quite over today And that would be more We're gonna have to just pause there and we'll pick up in a moment but.
"bob saget" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny
"The jetties are concerned. That's not what we got. Yeah. Really good. So now we're all divorced, right? Yes. Wow. Jenny, you're divorced. Yeah, I got to go from your divorce, your divorce. Yeah, 8 years ago. Oh my God. Yeah. I'm logged in going on three years. Yeah , I'm going. I'm about two and a half right now. Clearly, I'm the most seasoned divorce. Yeah. It's really cool. It's like all the kids are doing it. I love getting divorced. I thought it was awesome. I just love it. I guess bleeding into how was my pandemic is I think I was divorced a year when the pandemic started. Got a rescue dog sold my house during the pandemic moved way out in the west valley. Made some life changes wrote a book, you know, pitched a show. Wow. Did a special shot your own special? You know, when it gets tough, you gotta hustle. Yeah, and also weren't you like, you know, going through the pandemic and grand Cayman? Yeah, that was really nice. That was an independent movie. That was probably the best work experience of my life. What was it? Tell me. I believe he refuses to take the credit, but I believe I have Bob Saget to thank for getting me this job. Because he was already involved in it. And I really think he's the one that threw my name into the mix. And it was one of those really, I know, like, word of mouth and it was funded by this hedge fund guy who's also is very interested in movies really cool guy. But and I shouldn't say this out loud because I want him to think like, yeah, that's what people still get paid to work in movies. But it was almost like I was like, this is a real job. This job is more real than all of the jobs I've done in the past because I feel.
Why Do We Need a Black 'Wonder Years'?
"The way, I just saw the commercial for the fucking black one to years. That's produced by Don Cheadle. It ain't enough. It ain't enough that we had white Kevin Arnold in the 1D is one of the literally my favorite show outside of like the classics all in the family and Sanford and et cetera mesh. But the wonder years. In the 80s, it was the one that reasons why I wanted to become a writer. That narration. That narration of a youthful stories. Well, what do you think I'm doing now, guys? What do you think I'm doing now? I'm doing what Bob Saget did and what got into my head in the 80s watching a young Kevin Arnold. And the fictitious neighborhood that really was Long Island. That's a whole story for another day because the creator was a Long Island guy, et cetera, et cetera and blah blah blah. But anyway, here we are. I'm doing that now. It's amazing what you can pick up. So maybe some black kid will see the black one the years. Produced by Don Cheadle and he'll think, well, I can do that too, and, you know, it could be great, but I Jesus Christ. Don't we already, don't they have their black? Don't they have everybody hates Chris? Isn't that the black one do you use? Why do we need this other show now? Can the placating stop can the ass kissing stop black people have their own everything? Their own network, their own fucking month. They're on awards shows. If we did that as white people, it'd be a high crime. But hey, black guys, yeah, go ahead, make a black mash, make a black 1D. It's actually very embarrassing. If I was a black dude, I'd say, man, we are so creative. We don't need to do over white shows.
"bob saget" Discussed on Never Thought I'd Say This
"Extended family and these extra aunties and uncles and cousins and friends and like all of these people in their life who they know and love and who love them because they're an extension of of me and are you know and it's i've just always looked at that with such gratitude because i know one. It's not rare one. It's not jesus had to. It is rare now medium. Rare steak okay. But it's you know it's rare on a show to be really that connected and over this significant amount of time and you know it's also rare that you get to include your family in your work life in the way that that we really got to and make it a bigger family. You know as as a kid. That was an only child and didn't have a huge family here in la like it really always meant the world to me to have those connections and and also to have those now. My girls i mean bringing them to fuller house and having them meet everybody and see everybody and all of you guys watching them grow up. That was a really huge gift to me and to them. It was so obvious. Whenever i come on beyond set like to watch even bring the girls like how close you guys are. Were and how it was such a warm atmosphere. You always hear horror stories about like. Everyone hates each other on that set. Nobody talks to each other. And it's like you guys really were such a family and bob. My kids always talk about the fact that the two times they were there they were in craft services. Lines behind you. You let them cut in front of you and told them the good stuff to get. That was awesome right and that sounds exactly like no you. Please go ahead these. These are the good slim. Jims take those couldn't put all of those. Mlm's in your profit right. Take these peanut butter crackers for later. They'd come home with pockets of stuff. My all this stuff. So that was how i filled my pantry for now. Well there was the one episode that we're there for when stainless had the mask on. Remember that and it fell off and my youngest daughter after the show is over lulu. Picked it up without me. Knowing it was like the slimy weird yes yes and put it down her pants. Wait a minute hold on. No that is right. That is that what she was like. Seven or eight at god as her. She was getting undressed in the bathroom. They get in the shower. This weird like goop fell out. And i was up to. I have to take her to the emergency room. Like she's an alien bizarre aprillia she really is and she picked it up and she was like no. This was on uncle. Jesse's face segment. I have so many this is all this is the first time. Is this the first time we talked about this. On the podcast. I have no idea feel like you may have time may have talked about it before. I don't remember. I just remember being like i. I know i texted you. I took a picture of it. I was i. It's just you got that. That's very important. I look what i am. I can't say any of the lines but yeah welcome to our benefit again. That would be a huge. I should have done it. Mold of stay moses face..
"bob saget" Discussed on Never Thought I'd Say This
"I've had to talk to my girls about it. You know i know. Sometimes the interesting thing is now when your kids get mad at you. They want to go air their grievances yup online online. Which normal kids can do. And you give a podcast and one. Sorry i have a podcast. You have an instagram. let's go i'd instagram. So they're like. Do you have to instagram's well because we have the podcast instagram. Plus guy. I thought you were like a secret. Mom instagram all. You do that. You follow all of her friends. You follow all the friends and then nothing but trouble. That's the worst thing you could do. I'll see stuff. And i'm like yeah really and i've had to have those conversations with world where i'm like. Look i get your mad or i get. You thought this was funny. I totally understand because you hit you really dark sense of humor for me so there are times when you're like that's really funny. Oh my god nobody else thinks. That's really funny. And you know i've had to say to. You can't do that like you. Can't it's different and one hundred percent laughed at things that her daughters he. She's just she's like what that's not funny. Okay see. I thought it was a great. You know it's that's the thing right now well it and it always has been and having a famous parent and apparent that's in the entertainment business and apparent like you who stand up and travels a lot or you know when i'm working. I was just in new york for almost a month for three and a half weeks. And i was working a crazy schedule so it was. I didn't even have time in fifteen and nineteen hour days. Like i have time to text and call and then you've you beat yourself up. Know god i. I i go through that and then it's usually a phone call or a text or facetime and it's just i miss you so bad and i love you so much and like even constantly i do it with all three of my daughters yearning in your heart in you know. There's a connection. I haven't with all the people. I care about in my life a couple years goes by and i. I haven't talked to jody and soon as it will be a text that will but you have to a lot of people say when you're younger people people i used to go you know. I haven't talked to them in a month. And then when you're older it's like five years right that's right. I haven't talked to him in eight years. And i love him. I'm gonna call him. And then the pandemic had a reset everybody and their. Who do they know in their life and you go to bed at night all these images go into your head of all the people you know or different times of your day. You'll think somebody or somebody's you went to. I don't ever want to speak to again do that..