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Fallout of Texas winter blast

Nightline

06:41 min | 3 d ago

Fallout of Texas winter blast

"Good evening. Thank you for joining us. The governor of sexist apologizing and promising answers after a deadly winter storm the deep freeze. Just the start of an ongoing nightmare for residents now. Struggling with shattered pipes in skyrocketing energy. Bill here's abc's tripled. I can't imagine what it's like for you to see it like this is terrible. I've never thinking house. This brianna bolden tells me she could smell the soap rotting wood from outside the front door of her grandmother's house before walking into this is pictures and the memories. They captured all underwater. And this is actually my big lama right here. This is all and that's the past those wife for half a century. Her grandparents filled this home with children and grandchildren home cooked meals. Tiny reminders of a family growing together is a lot of memories at this house. But now this house like so many in texas has been gutted. Helplessly flooded by first hypes last week's historic winter storm on your couch look. The damage is just a fraction of the devastation. in texas. that killed thirty. Two people will take months or years and billions of dollars to clean up. So how did it go so wrong so quickly. Texas has more than enough generating capacity to handle itself. It was just the state of affairs of that equipment and the state of affairs of the management of that equipment. The causes from texas is the only state in the continental us with an independent grid meaning. It does not connect to any other states power source. When that merciless winter weather hid in one of the warmest regions of the country. People crank up their heaters and the energy demand surged when that system shut down. There was nowhere to turn for power. There is no place for the texas grid to go there. Couple small lines extension cords to the east in the west. But that's not enough really to to pick up. A forty percent drop in texas generation and the result was more than three million texas residents in the dark and cold at one point leading many to take drastic measures for running dangerously low on one. So now what we've been doing. All day is actually coming outside getting snow putting it are pods and heaving on our propane grill. Then hypes began to freeze and burst shutting down water treatment plants across the state inning. Almost fifteen million texans would have to toil their water of four. It was safe to drink daily block water. We don't even have the electric reliability council of texas or bur. Kat had long been warned. Its infrastructure was vulnerable to freezing temperatures the state legislature held hearings on this exact issue in twenty eleven. The last time the state experienced major freeze there were numerous hearings hundreds of pages of recommendations but they were all made voluntarily. Nobody actually change the incentives so that the generators would have a financial reason food to weather. Is this week. Several urquhot born members resigned in the wake of this disaster today in virtual urquhot board of directors meeting. The chairwoman acknowledged the pain and suffering of texans her resignation effective after the meeting ended. All of our hearts go out to all of you with head to go without electricity. Heat water not attending and food during frigid temperatures and continue to face the tragic consequences in some cases. The loss of a loved one state leaders have promised an investigation into urquhot handling of the crisis and members of both parties and the governor of rowing to make sure texans are on the hook for those astronomical electric bills at a time when essential services were needed. The most the system broke. You deserve answers. You will get those answers but people brianna bolden are in need of far more immediate solutions. She's facing mounting hardships. Having recently lost her father and grandfather. It sounds like your grandmother doesn't have home insurance right now. She don't she couldn't afford it anymore. Every generation been through this. Is papa really worked hard for this. I'm sorry statewide. There is so much damage from burst. Pipes plumbers can't keep up see the water. We have another one right here. Everardo omega of a plumbing. In houston says he's crews have been working around the clock just as bad. I mean there's necas mad and they're receiving more calls than they can answer this heartbreaking the tell somebody. uk make we broke down here. Twenty five hours plummer andrew mitchell in his family driving all the way from new jersey with a car full of equipment in arts in short supply here for just going to see what we can do to help out texas residents and also converging in texas to help out the cajun navy civilian volunteers known for using their big trucks. Kamal boats for rescues during major storms like hurricane harvey in twenty seventeen. We talked with a lot of people around here who've been they were impacted by hurricane harvey. I dealing with this. A lot of people think that this is worse than a hurricane's coming in we have more. We know what's going to happen with this disaster. We did not know what was coming. Community was not prepared. No one knew what was coming riley at this is marin mckim. She spent the last decade doing aid work in africa. When disaster struck home she was one of the first on the front lines. The cajun navy has gotten quite good quickly setting up distribution sites like this one but with so many people impacted. What's perhaps most useful is their platform and their connections. Cajun navy crowd sources disasters and cajun navias known so once we find the need we start using the social media platform and we put the word out there and people want to help on this day. They're delivering to katy texas home to just over twenty thousand with some areas still under a boil. Water notice

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The story of Australia and the internet

This Week In Google

02:23 min | 3 d ago

The story of Australia and the internet

"So just to recap long tawdry story of australia and the internet so rupert murdoch who is of course australian and i you know kind of coincidentally also six hundred. He is the Well he's pretty is pretty burs very close very close. Who's love journalism refusal. He started it was his first newspaper. Australian i know he is yes yes he inherited from his father. Oh okay from kevin murdoch. And then he bought sun in brittany brought. Some venture eventually ended up in a battle with with robert maxwell and one that the sun but he built his empire first austrailia and of course now the wall street journal fox He is your post. The times of london does on a media. Baron and apparently has quite a bit of clinton loss in australia. Because he yeah. He convinced the australian parliament to consider a bill which was likely by the way to be Voted on this week and pass that would essentially Establish a link tax to companies like google and facebook co published news snippets. They would not the the value. The sent to newspapers and magazines would not be a compensated. Any way it merely the fact that they're using the content some small amount of that content in their search results or in their links That the parliament said well. We're going to say you got pay for that. Google is the first to capitulate first threatening. We're gonna we're gonna retract search. We're gonna if this passes. We're going to leave australia. Apparently they didn't either didn't work or they didn't. They lost their nerve. Because shortly thereafter they made a deal for paying some unnamed some to murdoch and other publishers thought to be fairly hefty amount of money tens of millions of dollars to the benjamins tens not hundreds tents. All right well but a two platforms times ten times five years or something. It adds up. Buddy was one of those deals where there's a face-saving going on as well because oh we're going to work together we're gonna create stuff. It's going to be a joint venture that kind of thing that i've just here go away. Take some money which is what it really probably is

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Miss Major Griffin-Gracy on Being a Trans Sex Worker in the 60s

LGBTQ&A

02:59 min | 5 d ago

Miss Major Griffin-Gracy on Being a Trans Sex Worker in the 60s

"Back in the sixties before stonewall occurred. Were you involved in activism. Then i was involved with it when my friend. I puppy she was murdered in her apartment. By some man we knew at the time in the community that someone who knew her had merges her and the police did not care. Didn't matter to them at all and that was hurtful to us and so that started my activism. Then i wanted to know what cars people would gave in but the person to look like they got in with when they left and when they came back was important and one of the started keeping notes up when it was to keep up with the john. Because we didn't know what would happen to us then and so back in order to keep yourself safe while you are doing sex work where you will learning by trial and error or did somebody help you teach or mentor. You in that way. It was both you learn. Things did not some until you. You know you've gone by charleston air and you paid attention to web girls how you because you know it all. Nobody does and you've actually said that you loved it doing it. He loved being a sex worker. Would you like about it. Good number of guys especially in hell. I went into this because it was fun. Other girls wind toured for survival to make it. You know and. I would lucky that i've always work. I got a job in social services. Burs and x-ray commit john so with the apartment building that you're living in six floors of trans women if you can like estimate what percentage of them were also doing sex work. Although this could go one is to might not have been doing that but all of us were we active and you know somebody else than the five took de certain activity there and i guess what i'm getting at is like back then. There were very few options for employment. There were none. Billy you had to give job in your mail asala and hopefully work at that. That was too we. Hand the entire buildings epa. Maybe two people with hats lose that it was hard. But i guess being around people who like you did made. It seem comfortable. Amanda worthwhile

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Carson Wentz headed to Indianapolis Colts as Philadelphia Eagles agree to trade the QB

Newsradio 830 Programming

01:49 min | Last week

Carson Wentz headed to Indianapolis Colts as Philadelphia Eagles agree to trade the QB

"We're talking some NFL. We're talking about the Carson Wentz deal. Is it possible that both fan bases Indianapolis and Philadelphia or where they call it? Philadelphia's see that somewhere recently, they're both fan bases would be happy with this deal. Here's what I mean. And you can call 855 to 1 to 42 7. It's 855 to 1 to you four. CBS If you're the Colts You know, we have this quarterback issue like we kind of like Jacoby, Burr said. But we know that he's not really the answer for us if we want to get to the next level. Off of this, and we had Philip Rivers year with Phillips retired, and he's going to make a whole lot of money doing commentary now. So we need a quarterback. Carson Wentz, in his best year had Frank right in his ear, helping him be the best that he could be so We've got the quarterback that's going to take us to the next step in our development as a franchise, we we have rebounded from the loss of Andrew Luck, and now we we've got Carson wins. We're happy we didn't give up too much to get him. And we needed a quarterback, and if anyone can get the most out of him, Frank Reich is the person that can get the most out of them. If you're a fan of the Eagles, you're like It's a good thing that we got Carson Wentz about it here because I don't know if I was going to be able to root for this guy. He hasn't played well in a season. He's hurt. He might also be bad in the locker room might be a bad teammate. And now we get to really start fresh.

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GOP Sen. Burr voted his conscience and paid the price

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:58 sec | Last week

GOP Sen. Burr voted his conscience and paid the price

"I'm Susan Richard. Apparently voting one's conscious is a problem in North Carolina correspondent pay the booby with the story. Another Republican senator is being punished by his party for sighting with Democrats during the Trump impeachment trial. Mr Burr, the North Carolina Republican Party, has voted unanimously to essential Richard Burr. He was one of seven Republican senators to say Trump was guilty of inciting the capital Riot bird who was not running for re election, calling it quote A sad day for North Carolina Republicans, adding, My party's leadership has chosen loyalty toe one man over the core principles of the Republican Party and the founders of our great nation. While the committee said specifically that Bird should have aligned himself with the quote strong majority of Republicans in both the House of Representatives and Senate who believed that impeachment was unconstitutional. Majority of overall lawmakers, however, voted that the proceeding was legit and so in voting to acquit or convict lawmakers were tasked on Lee with deciding the

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Pelosi Announces Plans To Investigate Capitol Attack

AP 24 Hour News

00:53 sec | Last week

Pelosi Announces Plans To Investigate Capitol Attack

"Be over, but House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is calling for a full investigation into the incursion at the U. S Capitol last month. She's also calling for funding to increase security. At the Capitol. The North Carolina Republican parties voted to censure Senator Richard Burr over his vote to convict former President Trump. During the second impeachment trial, the party chairman says it's mostly symbolic. There's a report that Los Angeles police officers circulated a photo of George Floyd with the words You take my breath away in a valentine like format. It's prompted an internal investigation and also drawn condemnation from Floyd's family. Security officials in Iraq say that rocket fire has struck outside the Erbil International Airport near the area where U. S forces are based. One civilian contractor has been killed. Former NFL

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GOP senators face punishment for impeachment vote

Jim Bohannon

00:39 sec | Last week

GOP senators face punishment for impeachment vote

"Voted to convict former President Trump in a Senate impeachment trial are facing backlash in their home states. Another Republican senator is being punished by his party for sighting with Democrats during the Trump impeachment trial, Mr Bird Building. The North Carolina Republican Party has voted unanimously to essential Richard Burr. He was one of seven Republican senators to say Trump was guilty of inciting the capital Riot bird who is not running for re election, calling it quote a sad day for North Carolina Republicans, adding, My party's leadership has chosen loyalty toe one man over the core principles of the Republican Party and the founders of our great nation. NBC's faith of Booby plans have been announced for Congress to establishing an

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GOP senators who voted to impeach Trump facing heat at home

John Rothmann

00:43 sec | Last week

GOP senators who voted to impeach Trump facing heat at home

"Her North Carolina's Republican Party tonight, Voting unanimously to censure Senator Richard Burr. He was one of seven GOP senators who voted to convict President Trump in his second impeachment trial. ABC is Rachel Scott says, Burn, maybe one of the first to be rebuked, but he won't be the last backlash on Lee growing. Louisiana Senator Bill Cassidy slept with center by his state GOP party still standing by his decision. I'm attempting to hold President Trump accountable just minutes before the final vote. Cassidy slipped a note to Senator Richard Burr, who leaned back and nodded in agreement when the time came. He also

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Burr faces censure by North Carolina GOP for voting to convict Trump

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:33 sec | Last week

Burr faces censure by North Carolina GOP for voting to convict Trump

"North Carolina's Republican Party has voted unanimously to center Senator Richard Burr. He was one of seven GOP senators who voted to convict former President Trump in the impeachment trial. Congress will establish an independent commission to investigate last month's deadly attack on the capital to make sure that never again could you know domestic terrorism groups attack our institutions? Of government, and that's going to mean scrubbing out on stripping down to the studs any white nationalist groups in our country. California Congressman Eric Swalwell, speaking to

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NC GOP votes to censure Sen. Burr after impeachment vote

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last week

NC GOP votes to censure Sen. Burr after impeachment vote

"The North Carolina Republican Party has voted to censure senator Richard Burr over his vote to convict former president Donald Trump during trump's second impeachment trial burger is one of seven Republicans who voted to convict trump of incitement of insurrection on Saturday and while that made it the most bipartisan Senate vote for impeachment the final tally was ten votes short of the two thirds majority needed for conviction North Carolina GOP chairman Michael Wadleigh says the resolution to censure senator Byrd is merely symbolic but it expresses the party's disagreement and disappointment with birds decision Burr has represented North Carolina in Congress for twenty six years the last sixteen as senator he announced several years ago that he will not run for re election in twenty twenty two I'm Ben Thomas

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Burr faces censure by North Carolina GOP for voting to convict Trump

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | Last week

Burr faces censure by North Carolina GOP for voting to convict Trump

"Richard Burr was one of the seven Republican senators who found Trump guilty to second impeachment trial. Burr initially voted against the constitutionality of the trial, but says he decided to be an impartial juror. Once the full Senate voted to proceed. North Carolina GOP Chairman Michael Watley says in a statement that birds vote is quote shocking and disappointing. After the vote, Burr released a statement saying Trump bears responsibility for the January 6 right at the U. S Capitol. He calls the evidence compelling that Trump is guilty of inciting an

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North Carolina GOP to vote on censuring Senator Burr after impeachment vote

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last week

North Carolina GOP to vote on censuring Senator Burr after impeachment vote

"North Carolina's Republican Party is expected to vote this evening on whether to censure senator Richard Burr over his vote to convict former president trump during trump's second impeachment trial burnish Chile voted against the constitutionality of the trial but says he decided to be an impartial juror once the full Senate voted to proceed North Carolina GOP chairman Michael Wadleigh says in a statement that birds voters quote shocking and disappointing after the vote Burr released a statement saying trump bears responsibility for the January six right at the U. S. capitol he calls the evidence compelling the trump is guilty of inciting insurrection I'm my camp in

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Burr faces censure by North Carolina GOP for voting to convict Trump

Morning Edition

00:25 sec | Last week

Burr faces censure by North Carolina GOP for voting to convict Trump

"This evening, Republican Senator Richard Burr of North Carolina is expected to face a censure vote from the state's Republican Party. There was one of seven GOP senators who voted to convict Trump of inciting insurrection at the U. S. Capitol. In a statement after the trial burst, said Trump Bears responsibility for the January 6 riot. Were announced previously he does not intend to seek reelection in

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Is Lara Trump the Future of the Republican Party?

The Daily Dive

01:00 min | Last week

Is Lara Trump the Future of the Republican Party?

"Where does the republican party go from here. How much do they go back to trump or you know. How much do they kind of. Rebuild this mega faction of the republican party. Going back to lindsey graham. He said that you know richard. Burr obviously is going to be retiring. This just opens up the senate seat for lara trump president trump's daughter in law. So that already kind of laying the groundwork he's saying that she's the future of the republican party. I think that anyone trump in their last name is going to struggle to win office. I think that they will have money and some support but there will also be a lot of opposition even within the party. Sort of even a quiet structural level can make it difficult to run. But i think that The party doesn't know. I think the leadership of the party doesn't know and i think you've got the josh hollies type cruises of the world. Who would be happy to continue in that. Populous trump approach. And then you've got the benz asses and the mitt romney's who want to abandon that and find a new way forward and i think they're really going to be fighting it out over the next. Several years

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Trump acquitted in impeachment trial as 57-43 vote short of two-thirds majority

WBZ Afternoon News

00:51 sec | 2 weeks ago

Trump acquitted in impeachment trial as 57-43 vote short of two-thirds majority

"Trump has been acquitted in a Senate impeachment trial. 57 senators voting to convict a former president 10 short of the two thirds majority needed to convict Trump. Here's more from CBS is Steve Futterman. It was a majority extra bird Mr Burr guilty, but it wasn't a two thirds majority. Richard Burr, one of seven Republican members voting for guilt. Senate GOP leader Mitch McConnell voted not guilty but then afterwards said there's no question Go on. That President Trump is practically and morally responsible. For provoking the events of the day. McConnell said His not guilty vote was because Mr Trump's now a private citizen, which led Democratic House manager Joaquin Castro to say the defendant, President Donald John Trump. Was let off on a technicality for Mr Trump Acquittal but not vindication. Steve

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Support grows for inquiry into Capitol riot in Washington, DC after Trump acquittal

Money Matters with Wes Moss

00:43 sec | 2 weeks ago

Support grows for inquiry into Capitol riot in Washington, DC after Trump acquittal

"Reaction this Sunday morning to former President Trump's acquittal in the Senate. The vote 57 to 43 Here's CBS News correspondent Tom Foti after the second impeachment acquittal of Donald Trump President Biden says he's thinking about all those who lost their lives. All those whose lives were threatened and all those who are still today living with terror. They lived through that day, the day of the deadly pro trump riot at the U. S Capitol, and President Biden is praising the seven Republicans. Who joined Democrats in voting to convict They are Mitt Romney, Lisa Murkowski, Susan Collins, Ben Sasse Pack to me, Richard Burr and Bill Cassidy President Trump issuing a written statement, saying his movement has only just

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McConnell blames Trump but voted not guilty anyway

Masters in Business

00:52 sec | 2 weeks ago

McConnell blames Trump but voted not guilty anyway

"Trump is guilty for inciting insurrection on January, 6th, State Party chairman Michael Watley said in a statement. Burr was sent to Washington to uphold the constitution. He added His decision to join with six other Republicans in voting to convict Trump in his second impeachment trial was shocking and disappointing. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell says there are other ways to punish former President Trump for provoking the capital riots on January 6th, the Kentucky Republican voted to acquit Trump despite saying later the former president was responsible for it. McConnell defended his fellow Republicans who voted to acquit senators did but the former president failed to do We put our constitutional duty first, he said. Since Trump is no longer president, he can be prosecuted for crimes he committed while he was president. McConnell said he voted not guilty because he did not think of former president could be convicted.

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Trump acquitted in impeachment trial; 7 GOP Senators vote with Democrats to convict

NBC Nightly News

04:49 min | 2 weeks ago

Trump acquitted in impeachment trial; 7 GOP Senators vote with Democrats to convict

"Historic day in washington today a majority of senators including seven republicans voted to convict former president trump on the charge of inciting an insurrection on january. Six never before have so many senators cross party lines to convict a us president but it was not enough and president. Trump will hold the distinction of being the only president impeach- and acquitted twice but the trial. Tonight's vote revealed deep divides both across the country and within the republican party. Now both will try to move forward. We're covering all of it tonight. We begin with casey hunt on capitol hill former president. Donald trump tonight declared not guilty at the impeachment charge. He incited insurrection. At the capitol on january six is hereby acquitted of the charge instead article seven. Republican senators voting with democrats to convict fifty seven to forty three. The most bipartisan senate. Impeachment vote in history but far short of the two-thirds majority needed to convict forty. Three republicans voted not guilty including republican leader. Mitch mcconnell but mcconnell still offered a blistering indictment of trump's action or that impeachment was never meant to be the final forum for american justice. President trump is still obel for everything he did while he was in office. The former president defiant in a statement calling the trial a witch hunt and insisting our historic patriotic and beautiful movement to make america. Great again has only just begun the vote coming just over a month after rioters invaded the capital and took the very chamber where the vote was held. Then vice president pence to safety as he was hunted in the halls senators casting their votes tonight from desks. That were ransacked by the rioters. After then president trump said he would walk to the capital with them. We fight fight like hell. And if you don't fight like hell you're not gonna have a country anymore. The final moments donald trump's historic second impeachment trial playing out. after a day of missteps and confusion. The debate is not an order at the last minute house. Managers unexpectedly calling to subpoena a witness to explain how the top house republican leader called president trump on the sixth to beg for his help. The president said well kevin. I guess these people are more upset about the election than you are case. This was the shortest impeachment trial ever. That's right jose. And they didn't call witnesses today in part because members of both parties were anxious to move on many republicans. Wanna put the trump era behind them and democrats want to focus on president. Biden's corona virus relief package to speed vaccine distribution and send more stimulus checks to americans. They're racing to pass that bill before. Unemployment benefits expire for millions in mid march. Jose hundred the capital. Thank you throughout the trial. There was a sense that there were not enough. Republicans to convict but more ended up voting guilty than expected leading to more questions about the future of the party and the former president. Here's kelly o'donnell mr cassidy not enough to convict but enough to make history seven. Republicans turned away from donald trump. north carolina's richard. Burr retiring next year. Surprised colleagues mr burr. Mr guilty six others had signalled their intentions straw. Ni guilty the most ever to vote to convict a president of their own party. If trial by impeachment is ultimately political theater what is the next act for republicans and a twice acquitted former president. Who today gets to his freedom to run again. We love you. We will be back in some form while. Republicans protected mr trump. Gop leader mitch. Mcconnell welcomed the prospect of criminal charges against the former president as the better venue for justice didn't get away with anything. Mcconnell also suggests trump voters are being unfairly held hostage are ex-presidents associates. Have tried to use the seventy four million americans who voted to reelect him as a kind of human shield against criticism. Trump's arden's allies may keep up threats to purge any republicans who backed impeachment like house. Republican conference chair lays cheney who already beat back one challenge to her leadership post. Who says you can't stand up against boyce. Who says in my mind was a hero for standing up for the truth.

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"burr" Discussed on 5 Minutes in Church History

5 Minutes in Church History

04:54 min | 2 months ago

"burr" Discussed on 5 Minutes in Church History

"Welcome to five minutes in churches hosted by dr stephen. Nicholson where we take a little break from the presence to go exploring the past travel back in time as we look the people events and even the places that have shaped the story of christianity. This is our story. family history. Let's get started. Aaron burr senior was born on january. Four seventeen sixteen. His family emigrated to the new world in sixteen twenty five. They settled in the town of fairfield. Connecticut fairfield was about fifty miles above new york city and it was right along the coast of the atlantic ocean. Well as a young man aaron. Burr went off to yale. He graduated in seventeen thirty five at the age of nineteen. He stayed new haven through the end of the seventeenth thirties. And into the early years of the seventeen forties. This was a very crucial time. In new england. And in fact in all of the american colonies in the mid seventeenth thirties. There were the revivals in the connecticut river valley and they were certainly all around new haven and then in the early years of the seventeen forties was the great awakening. This was a very formative time. Not only for the colonies but for aaron burr senior. While he was there in new haven he was essentially apprenticed to james pierpont. Pierpont was the father of sarah who was the life of jonathan edwards. He was also minister of the prominent church there on the town green in new haven and he was one of the founders of yale university. Well pierpont lead. Aaron burr senior into learning about the pastoral ministry and also about a burr co wrote a grammar on latin. It was entitled a complete introduction to the latin tongue but aaron burr with make his mark in the town of elizabeth new jersey. Now they're in this town. He often dickinson essentially moved princeton university. Into what we could call phase to phase one was the log college days and that was founded by the tenants and it was very much part of the great awakening and of that spirit and ethos phase two was the establishment of the log. Colleges princeton dickinson was the first president. He served for only one year and died in seventeen. Forty seven so aaron burr who had been a professor took over and was the second president. Aaron burr moved the university from elizabeth. New jersey to princeton is about thirty five miles away to the southwest. In seventeen fifty. Six aaron burr oversaw the construction and the dedication of nassau hall that massive building. Which at the time was the largest building in the american colonies back in seventeen fifty two aaron burr married esther and her last name was edwards. She was indeed the daughter of sarah and jonathan esther edwards burr. She and aaron burr senior had two children first sara. They called her. Sally and secondly aaron burr junior. Who would go on to be. America's third vice president and also killed alexander hamilton in a duel. But that's for another time. Well in seventeen fifty seven the governor of new jersey belcher who had also been the governor of massachusetts died and so he was buried in massachusetts and the funeral was held there and burrow was asked to give the funeral sermon. He traveled up to massachusetts in through this journey. He contracted fever. He'd been overworked fatigued in the combination. Did him in. On september twenty fourth seventeen fifty seven at age of forty one years old. Aaron burr senior died well the prior year. He gave a sermon to the new york. Synod of the presbytery was gathered in newark. New jersey and in that sermon on isaiah. Twenty one entitled the watchman's answer to the question. What of the night. Aaron burr senior reaches back into the experience of the early church the experience back in the third and fourth century and he says it was a time that the church was reduced by extremities by cruel persecutions and by the intent utterly destroy the christian name and costs then aaron burr senior says this but the church's extremity is god's opportunity. God begins to make bear his arm visibly to a spouse the cause of his distressed people. Well that's a sermon from aaron burr. Senior i'm stephen. Nicholson thanks for joining us. For five minutes purchased for more information or to listen to past episodes please visit five minutes in church. History.

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"burr" Discussed on Citation Needed

Citation Needed

08:15 min | 7 months ago

"burr" Discussed on Citation Needed

"The dual. But really just Hamilton's intentions. burs were super duper clear. He wanted to kill the guy who made fun of at a dinner party who wouldn't some of the evidence for that includes when was quoted later that day as saying, I'm really glad I shot that guy this morning I would have shot him in the heart instead of the abdomen if it wasn't. So fucking foggy seven am next. Almost exact word. Doesn't confirmation from British philosopher Jeremy. Bentham after Burr told him like or years later when they went up said, yeah totally knew I was going to kill that guy that's what Aaron burr volunteered when he met with the philosopher who basically invented modern ethnic. Later. Reported. Wow that guy's fucking evil get an exact words from. Burs just like so yeah then I shot him totally dead. Hey what are you writing there Jeremy? Shumpert book it's just cool snow. Murder for hate was definitely burst plan ric clear in terms of Hamilton's intention. It wasn't as obvious except, yes it was also murder for hate very clearly both of them but one big piece of evidence that brings that into question was a letter that Hamilton wrote before the duel it was titled Statement on Impending Duel With Aaron Burr by Alexander Hamilton which kind of makes whole plausible deniability thing. Moot point. So, in letter Hamilton explained that he was opposed to duelling for both religious reasons and also you know bullet based reasons but he couldn't just back out. So he wrote that he was intending to throw away his first fire or not fire at all like for honor. But he didn't tell me about the letter send or publish it in a way that burr would know an even if he did letter didn't explain that Bro away. My first shot means fire like seven feet away from your face that'll be how honorably throw away which is weird because I heard he's not throwing away his shot is. A Song Yeah I feel like I promise not to shoot you. If you promise not to shoot me, letters are best deliver before the dual right that's set it up before. Like involved in. The agreement, you could just skip the dual. Oh. Okay. So we can just like not wake up early that day. Sleep. On. We're GONNA go all the way, out to Jersey. Boat. So, Hey, this is everything i. just mentioned some historians think that Burr actually shot I and Hamilton really was planning to throw a shot and then Hamilton only fired by accident after getting hit by Burr but. That's fucking stupid. To shoot your gun into the ground just right to the side of you or not shoot at all, and then you get shot in the stomach, your body's reflex probably doesn't involve aiming your gun almost at the other guys had and firing right next to him. You know what have made deciphering all this a lot easier. If. They had some of the witnesses that weren't like children hiding their heads under blankets. So the dueling monster. Also, according to several counts when they were taking their places Hamilton started doing a bunch of very aggressive like murdering taunting at one point you called a time out on the Senate proceedings. He pointed his pistol toward Burr and started slowly and repeatedly citing along the top of the gun to make sure his aim was just right to Taunton and make it very aggressively clear. What was about to happen? So Hamilton was very obviously lying in the letter, which was just a way to make look extra if or one the dual and it worked super smart move by Hamilton Engine Alexander, Hamilton inventor of banking end saying you had to hold back because you're karate makes you too. Yeah I know you said it's a smart move but like. This smarter move would have been to shoot her like that would be waste. But it's a good backup plan in case. Yeah. So when burr heard about that letter after the dual would have been better before good point but yet he heard about it after responded contemptible if true, township in my favorite moment from Aaron Burr he pointed out that Hamilton's plan was technically a violation of the code duo. which was actually and that's no violations. Speaking violations shooting a guy to death was technically a violation of New Jersey la and apparently rowing slightly out of New York and shooting a guy to death was a violation of New York law. got charged with murder in both states, but neither charge ever made it to trial. He actually finished out his term as vice president and nothing ever happened inaugurating a long American tradition of vice presidents getting away with shooting people. I mean even if he was impeached by the house, like you said, nothing would. He actually posed for a portrait in front of dweller brand dueling. Berle left his VP office in eighteen o five with pretty much the whole country hating him. But he'd also just learned that laws don't count for him, which is kind of exciting. So he moved out West and tried to steal the Louisiana purchase with his plan was to make a whole bunch of that land into his own personal country. Got In touch with General. John's. Of the US Army, you help him out. At which point? General Wilkinson sent a letter to President Thomas Jefferson and out immediately arrested for treason but. a Wilkinson had his back turned during their meeting the. country's. got a credit, all the charges I don't understand. And then following the treason thing burr move to Europe for a while and then eventually back to new. York, where he spent the rest of his life as a lawyer and apparently a serial womaniser, there's actually a book of Aaron Burr Erotica. After he died this real entitled the amorous intrigues and adventures of Aaron Burr and all the womanizing actually led to a tragically funny divorce when his second wife left him in eighteen, thirty six, she hired Alexander Hamilton. As her divorce. You. Amazing. Amazing for a bunch of his stuff by the son of the guy, he murdered with a gun and on September fourteenth eighteen, thirty six, the exact day that divorce was finalized Aaron Burr died. Alright Soviet to summarize what you've learned in one sentence. What would it be the vice president of the United States and walk out onto fifth avenue take or straight over the Hudson row cross the river killer. Resident try to steal pieces of the country and. what's old is. Sure. Okay but what did you learn about the topic your essays? Yes. All right. So heats, are you ready for the quiz? Alright heat. What's better name for Aaron BURR'S EROTIC MEMOIR? It, Burns when I pee Louisiana for kiss. was good birds.

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07:46 min | 7 months ago

"burr" Discussed on Citation Needed

"In that treason thing for later, we'll circle back to that. Okay. Okay. But I'm GonNa Admit Right now I'm at least a little bit comforted to know that trump is going to be the villain. And we're also founded the Manhattan Company, which eventually became j. p., Morgan, chase, and not surprisingly the whole thing was a giant scam in seventeen, ninety nine. He took advantage of the yellow fever epidemic and ask the state of New York to let them start a company that would deliver clean water and he got New York to grant a financial loophole in existing laws that effectively let them start a bank without actually being a bank company barely delivered any water did the bank thing. But in order to keep their loophole going, they would ceremoniously pump some tiny bullshit amount of water through a pipe to nowhere. They. Going Until Nineteen Twenty To. Nothing into China. A tiny bullshit amounts of nowhere is how the marketing team at chase promotes their more. I just I love it stopped in nineteen twenty-three just some guy like. Hey, Adiwinoto water bill is really high like. I'm. Running for one, hundred, twenty, three years or so just. Jiggle A. So, back to the origin of the dual, a grudge between burn Hamilton started in seventeen ninety one when Burg got elected to the US. Senate the Guy He beat was Hamilton's father in law who's going to be helping Hamilton with. The PONZI schemes. So earn Hilton started feuding and it got really bad during the presidential election of eighteen hundred. The incumbent was John Adams of Hamilton's federalist Party and Burr was running along with Thomas Jefferson on the democratic Republican ticket, the rival party, the rules of the electoral. College at that point if each elector to votes first place would be president in second place will be vice president and the Democratic Republicans knew they had seventy three electors which was enough to win and they plan to have seventy two of them both Jefferson and Burr with last elector only voting for Jefferson. So Jefferson would be president and Vice President. But somehow the electors fucked up that very simple fucking plan and it ended with a tie of seventy three votes each and that meant there was a tiebreaker vote in the House of Representatives. Controlled by the federalists who hated Thomas Jefferson but Hamilton explained that he super-duper extra hated her. And convinced the House make sure Jefferson one. Apparently, they voted thirty five times in a row all ending. Times what percent on ballot number thirty, six, they finally just barely voted for Jefferson. So for became the VP in a murderous rage wanting to kill him. So how how much Sarah Tissues winking has to happen during those thirty five? It's like fourteen hours into a rock paper scissors tournament just like sweaty. fucking throw scissors again steep God damn. It scissors. Scissors that didn't say that's insane Mantis. So the feud kept ramping up and the next big moment happened eighteen o four when burr decided to run for governor of New York and he once again failed thanks to the efforts of Hamilton. So burr was still the vice president in his first term at that point. But he was such a giant asshole that Jefferson was dropping him from the ticket for the reelection campaign. So burr announced his new plan and the Albany Register newspaper immediately published a letter written by a politician named Charles Cooper that mentioned a dinner party where Alexander Hamilton talked all about how Burr is a dangerous asshole who should never be in charge of anything. Hooper also added I could describe in detail and even more despicable opinion which Hamilton is expressed of Mr Burr, and that last part sent. Aaron, Burr into another. Rage so immediately started rage drafting a letter clearly doing that thing we have to hear the pen. Scrape o'malley paver. grunting along with your thoughts. And the letter was written to Hamilton directly not like Cooper or the newspaper right to Hamilton it said more despicable I demand a prompt and unqualified golf tournament or denial of the use of any expression that would warrant that assertion from Mr Cooper. You tell me right now the worst thing you can think of me or else. Is. All right. So Elton got this letter from Aaron Burr's dedicated angry letter delivery guy that he had and he wrote a response explaining that he can't be held responsible for cooper adding that hill abide the consequences if burs still unsatisfied and apparently they went back and forth like this for weeks with burs angry letter guy walking around New York City with. Analog. tweets all on. Paper. In burs house and Hamilton's house. Kept, demanding answers about laws of gentlemanly honour and decorum and Hamilton kept responding with. Okay. I already answered nineteen? Times all these questions. There's no new information we're done. You said he was a federal. So nonchalant sure. He wasn't a libertarian out there. Yes. A dare. US. So. Finally, Aaron Burr had no other recourse issue, a gunfight challenge, and Hamilton accepted game the fuck on. Are we sure he had no other no other recourse. A lot of other recources available warrior social media history shows up to prove. I can't actually condemn this behaviour. We're GONNA pause quick break. Nothing. Gentleman I have shocking news the presidential election. Is A tie. Okay. Yes. Yes. Yes it's true. We shall know cast our ballots again. Okay everyone it is. Is a tie again. Did you never want just vote the same way? Succeed. Should have been more clear. Okay. We're going to do this again, but someone needs to change their vote. Alright. Understand cancer. Casher. is taking forever. Okay okay. I it seems to people change their votes. So that leaves us with another ties so We need an odd amount of people to change their vote. Got It. Lift up fifteen. Okay. Vote number twenty two. Is another tie seriously people what the fuck is happening. We should vote again. Right? You'd think. So that's the.

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Historical Figures

07:30 min | 9 months ago

"burr" Discussed on Historical Figures

"Branch, he didn't take dead aim, but it also wasn't the reserve or throw away my fire shot at Hamilton promised, either before or after Hamilton fired birdshot Hamilton in the right hip. The bullet careened through Hamilton's liver and ended up in his spine. Hamilton collapsed on the spot. Bor advanced towards his enemy, looking remorseful. If the to dualist spoke those words have been lost to history. Both men were swiftly transported away from the dueling grounds. Burr to his home and Hamilton to his doctor. Oddly Burr soon sent a friendly note by Messenger expressing hopes for his enemies, swift recovery Moore was praying for Hamilton's health, but not out of altruism as soon as word spread that Hamilton had been shot outrage against Burr, ignited the Atlantic coast for once Republicans and federalists agreed the vice president was a bar, barbaric assassin and subject to prosecution. Burger was shocked. He presumed people would understand. He was honor bound to dual, especially after Hamilton's insults ended his gubernatorial campaign, but burr had misjudged his rivals influence, and the masses tolerance for dueling when Hamilton died the next day on July. Twelfth Ehrenberg became the first and so far only sitting vice-president to kill another man. It would only get worse from there. A New York. Coroner's jury began an inquest for murder. Murder even though the dual had taken place in new, Jersey and prosecution normally would have originated there. Bird didn't stick around to see if it had hold constitutional muster. The disgraced vice president fled to South Carolina on July twenty first, where he briefly stayed with the Adagio and her husband, ultimately New York state brought then dropped murder charges against burr only to indict him again, violating the states law against dueling. Meanwhile New Jersey convened its own grand jury, and this one indicted burr for murder Burr, allegedly joked to his daughter that the two states were competing to see which shall have the honor of hanging the vice. President There was more than a grain of truth to the witticism. By that time he'd fled further south into Spanish Florida. Lying low and running far appeared to be the right move. The fury over Hamilton's death slowly subsided in the coming weeks. Burke could thank the cool heads that prevailed in the newspapers. They argued that there was no proper legal way to prosecute per they were right. New Jersey dropped its indictment since Hamilton had died in New York and at the same time, New York withdrew its murder charges because Hamilton was shot in New Jersey the competition to hang. The vice president had totally dissolved by the winter of eighteen o four. It was once again considered safe for bird to be seen in political society. It quietly returned to New York and Pennsylvania where he resumed socializing with old friends most were kind enough not to mention the dual supper on March second eighteen o five bird bid his farewell to the vice presidency by way of an address on the Senate floor. Arguably, it was one of the finest works of Oratory in American history, even the Washington federalist, a notoriously burr hating paper was forced to admit that quote. The whole Senate was in tears in speech burr forgave all his critics and enemies, saying that he had no memory for injuries. He closed by encouraging the senate to reject partisanship in praise sound reasoning. Then a hunched and broken man, he left the Senate floor for the last time. His dreams of being remembered as a great statesman were in tatters now all he had left was a burning desire to see more of the country he'd helped to found. That day would be the last time the country ever saw burr in a positive light. The story from here is murky, but we do know. He spent the next seven months traveling through the south and West. He was attempting to raise a small private army with I towards invading Spanish held territories in Mexico at the time. Likely that the United States would eventually go to war with Spain over territories at the southern border, and at nearly fifty years old bird disgust arranging for a filibuster in the event of such a war. At the time filibuster was a military term for an invasion by a private army. It was illegal during peacetime, but permitted during war. If it was done to help the national effort Burs, initial plan for Filibuster may have been patriotic, but patriotism can't explain his letter to British. Foreign Minister Anthony Mary. For asked in writing for Britain's support, convincing the western half the united. To secede from the east, what he planned to do with this newly seceded territory is up for debate, but burr made numerous allies including future President Andrew, Jackson and the United States' highest ranking military officer. General James, Wilkinson, as he toured the country drumming up support, Burr also gathered important maps and documents hired soldiers, and solidified the future invasion plans what he called the revolutionizing of Mexico, not unlike earlier founding fathers burs saw himself as a revolutionary, freeing the people of Mexico. Never mind the fact that he was simply plotting to replace one colonial power with another one led by himself, Burr, kept plotting through the fall and winter of eighteen o six, but in October, one of his own allies sold him out. General James Wilkinson ratted out. Outbursts plan for treason. Turnover burs letters about the private army to President Jefferson. It later became known that General Wilkinson was working with the Spanish government, making him a double agent in the plan, and just as much of a traitor to his country, as borough was, and judging by the letters Burr was certainly a traitor in Jefferson's is a crime punishable by death. Troops were sent to arrest Burr in early eighteen o seven. Though he attempted to flee. He was caught by Jefferson's men in Alabama who dragged him back to Virginia to be tried given. The charge of treason was against a former vice president. The case against Aaron Burr went straight to the desk of the chief justice of the Supreme Court John Marshall. After several months of evidence gathering in August of eighteen o seven, the trial commenced. Jefferson made clear. He wanted Burr to be found guilty. Not just because of their personal enmity,.

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08:19 min | 9 months ago

"burr" Discussed on Historical Figures

"For it. For the first time in American history, it fell to the House of Representatives to decide the presidency. Since both the tied candidates were Republicans the Federalis had a choice to make support Jefferson as everyone expected or fight for Burr. Who might be tempted to work with them in exchange for their support but Alexander. Hamilton's vocal opposition to Bir held great, sway with the rest of his party in his letters to the congressman. Hamilton nearly begged for heaven's sake. Let not the federalist Party be responsible for the. Of this man under pressure from Hamilton, Congress voted for Jefferson meaning. Burger lost the presidency, but gained the vice presidency. If Hamilton had been satisfied with this slight, their fateful duel might never have taken place. But. Hamilton wasn't satisfied. He was perpetually afraid that Burwood. Try for the presidency again in eighteen o four. So for the entire four years of Jefferson's first term, as president, Hamilton kept his whisper campaign against Burr, going whenever possible he encouraged rumors about vice president burs allegedly prolific sexual conquests, ironic, coming from someone who had himself been black, bailed by a mistress and Jefferson never forgave burr four, contesting their high, he gave his vice president little responsibility and shunned him from cabinet meetings, so despite holding the esteemed number two role in the country dark us lay ahead for. Even mudslinging ads would emerge some of the first in American history handbills distributed in New York City accused burr of seducing young women and spreading sexually transmitted infections by eighteen o four when Jefferson began campaigning for reelection vice-president Burr was unsurprisingly dropped from the ticket. Ejected and dejected burr fell back on his home state. You once again ran for governor of New York. But there was yet another surprise waiting for him at home. Hamilton still committed to killing birds. Career had allied with James Cheetham a uniquely. Peterman together they plotted to destroy burs. Chances in the eighteen o four gubernatorial election amongst the allegations levied against burn the papers. Supposedly, he encouraged male prostitution among his supporters and held orgies in his home. burs own supporters did their best to fight back, but the story of a moderate Republican Vice President, who was a devoted father, and sometimes dated around town, wasn't nearly as tantalizing as the headlines in Cheetahs paper. Even Republicans defected from burs campaign on mass. April of eighteen o four when the votes were tallied, bird didn't just lose the governor seat. He lost by the largest margin in New York history at the time securing a paltry forty one percent of the total votes, forty eight year, old burr was in the absolute valley of his political career. He was still the sitting vice president, but he was a lame duck. Maybe even a dead duck there was. Was No way he could possibly rebound his reputation now and Hamilton couldn't resist bragging a little about burs. Downfall on April twenty third shortly after the election, the Albany Register published a letter at considered newsworthy from Republican Charles de Cooper. It was addressed to Hamilton's father in Law Philip Schuyler the very same man who was displaced from his Senate seat by for in the letter Cooper Related Alexander Hamilton's opinions. Namely that Burr was quote a dangerous man, and not to be trusted with the reins of. The letter closed with an ambiguous claim that there was something about bursts so despicable that it was unfit to commit to writing meaning it was likely sexual in nature. Burr was furious. He suddenly realized that throughout his political career, everyone who accused him of perversion had been a friend of Hamilton in June of eighteen o four burr, wrote Hamilton demanding an apology for the letter. His enemy gave none Hamilton replied. It was unfair to expect him to account for another man's interpretation of what he said. This final spurning left burr with no recourse, but to demand satisfaction under the code dwell Oh the formal etiquette of dueling. This decision was burs obligation under the strict Honor Code of the time. Nonetheless it would end one life and ruin another. That's up next and now back to the story. In June of eighteen o four forty eight year old Aaron Bird challenged forty nine year old Alexander Hamilton to a duel, unlike many gentlemen of his era burr had generally avoided delaying, but by that summer the sitting vice president felt he had no other options failing to issue a challenge after Hamilton's insult and total refusal to apologize would have branded burr a coward and outcome. He couldn't stomach especially after the death of his presidential dreams, so the challenge was made and Hamilton accepted. Dueling was illegal in both new. York and New Jersey, but the latter rarely prosecuted duelists, so they decided to cross the river and dual in the Hawk in new. Jersey knowing that they might not return alive. Both men put their affairs in order burs. Foremost concern was that his daughter theodose would be taken care of. He wrote his daughters and Joseph Allston, begging him to continue providing theodose show with intellectual stimulation. Should he perish in the dual Hamilton on the other hand, busied himself, preserving his public reputation erode out a lengthy missive, titled Appalachia which explained why he agreed to the dual refusing it would have marked him a coward and destroyed his future in politics. Hamilton also promised to reserve and throw away his shot at Bir. In other words, he would miss poor, not fire at all on purpose to this day, historians debate whether or not Hamilton really intended to throw away his shot after all he supplied the duelling pistols, which were loaded with one ounce balls. A deadlier ammunition compared to other options. On July eleven. Th eighteen o four both men arrived at the dueling grounds at sunrise. In order to reduce the potential danger, it was agreed that both men would fire quickly after the signal was given with little time to aim Hamilton pause the dual briefly to put on his glasses for a clearer view, but it didn't help much. When faneuil Pendleton shouted present, and the men turned around the sun was in his eyes, and well burr had the sun behind him. He wasn't familiar with the pistols Hamilton had provided with both men disadvantaged. It seemed the dual might end like most did with honor preserved and to living rattled combatants. Objectively, no one knows. Knows, who shot first? Each man's second claimed his friend was more reluctant to fire. What is known? Is that Hamilton raised his gun as if to adjust his aim to the light, then fired a shot that when over burs head and struck a tree.

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What Next | Daily News and Analysis

03:01 min | 10 months ago

"burr" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

"When senators in DC one avoid tough questions from reporters in the halls of the Capitol? They've got a trick. You might have used this one too. They simply pretend to be on a cell phone. Call Rush. By with an era of distraction duck into an elevator but as of last week at least one senator was not able to deploy this trick anymore. Senator Richard Burr cooperate with you can find video of Senator Burr last week. Getting peppered with questions. He's wearing a university of North Carolina. Tar Heel mask and he's got nothing in his hands and nowhere to hide. Have you turned your phone over to? Investigators are the news had just leaked. The FBI had confiscated Burr cellphone. We don't know a lot. We just know that there was a warrant. It was executed and the cell phone was seized. Tim Bac is an investigative reporter. Npr and he has been following how. Burt reached the point where his personal communications were being seized. This all revolves an investigation into alleged insider trading. The allegations go something like this while Senator Burr was telling his constituents that the US response to this novel. Corona virus was under control. He was actually selling more than a million dollars worth of stock and he did it all just before the market crashed..

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04:26 min | 1 year ago

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11:55 min | 1 year ago

"burr" Discussed on Good For You

"Yeah they do Frank Lloyd right well. Yeah L. Ron Hubbard. I'll tell her right. There was a Frank Lloyd Wright Hotel in the middle of Guy Yeah and it was this this shit so we stayed there. That's wild we flew. We flew into like Detroit or something. I don't forget what we flew Maybe Chicago something like that. And then we took like this little plane there. Yeah so of course it was like a little plane and we're GONNA die. It's like no. They have technology. There's all kinds of the pilots have kids. The pilots WANNA stay life. Thank focus on them and it was also a woman pilot and you we could like see her and it was sitting there like it was like nothing. He has a difference like my buddy was I. Another buddy freaked freaked out which should be woman when women should not be fucking pilots. I'm saying they've gone through probably went to extra bullets. I'm saying there have to be twice as good. I hope yes. What with all this bitching on social media? They might have been pressured into a higher. Which I've seen in sports? They'll push someone into the broadcast booth before they're fucking ready to be like say. Hey we have a vagina. That's what I can tell us about female president. The worst thing that could happen is someone. That's not ready does it. They go see this. This is why we shouldn't have a female president. This is why it's just going to actually make the stereotype true if you put someone in before. They're ready. I don't like the Democrat trend too of like after the guys president than the wife runs. I I don't understand that one at all because it's the thing of it's like I've dated a couple guys that decided to become become comedians. After we dated like did I make it seem so easy that look easy. You didn't see me for eight days at a time I cry. Why is every Sunday and you see me just like why? Why just like this women career politicians who have the experience but than someone who is rubbing elbows? I saw someone. Doing the same thing is going to bid on that should Tom. Brady's wife be the next quarterback of the rams because he left some play books around. I don't know but this new pressure that like a first lady is actually a job and that they have the way to the thank. You don't how about whatever it was like. Why does an oprah run for president the worst? I'm not going to name any names but through celebrities have thrown their fucking hat in the ring. It's just like do you understand that. Do you see how these people age each. You know what that is. That's not the economy. That's the dead bodies. That's the dead babies that the drone hit you. Don't you don't shake that off. This isn't just Christmas mistreats holiday. How much high of fucking fame buzzer you looking for that? You WanNA sticky. You're making some stupid fucking movie or a bunch of people die. But they don't Oh die and now you WanNa fuck and actually do that for real. You WanNa do that. You WanNa fucking have your finger on the nuke button. That's you're you're out of your out. Do the parades as you want to get on the helicopter. They think that it's like the king and the Queen we don't have a king and Queen we have a president that is responsible for real. Shit I think I think with all the like King Kong. Kate Middleton and Prince. We're not run. I look at them like you know like when I used to do a thing like when you're flight gets canceled and everybody yells at the the person tearing the tickets and then like I never flying your airline again. It's like my airline like that person is literally there to tear tickets and then get yelled at when Shit goes wrong. That is there. You're fucking or at least part of the job. The president that's it that's wave and get blamed for fucking everything and there's people yeah like he makes he makes like fucking forty grand a year that much money they have to split eighteen year old kids writing songs on Youtube. Make more fucking money than the president of the United States so sure you don't think he has to fuck an answer to somebody the fuck Outta here. Anyway you were talking about our email pilot female pilot going. Oh yeah so we flew it was fucking great. Yeah that was awesome and All geeking out looking at all the different things that they have to do. Because it's totally different. It's the same principles but completely different and helicopters. Yeah the we can kind of stop in the air. And if they stopped they just fucking dead as they have like the whole glide slope and the three degrees and all the shit that they have to fuck in lineup It scares me and I am. I mean yeah I mean yeah it's That the show is not for the faint of heart. No we went there and it's in the they have not changed it ever since they had it. So it's like stepping back in time. They changed the green room a little bit but they had they literally have like it locked. They have the phone booth where it's Kinda more buddy holly on the phone. Call his wife for the last time and It was yeah it was you help. I don't know I I kinda ran a stadiums to go to so now i. I'm kind of on this music thing where I just try to go to like like I'm doing this. Venue in Memphis coming up in a huge stevie Ray Vaughan double-trouble fan and Tommy Shannon Chris Layton Reese windings. I'd fucking love that band and I. I saw this this clip of them a new clip Kinda came up with some live stuff that in Memphis I'd never seen and I was like. Oh Wow what are they playing in Memphis it was like oh the orpheum I where am I going orpheum and they. They did Redo at one time. Because I get really into that whole walking on the same if they redid it. I don't give a flop but if you're walking on the same yeah you feel like that Magic Geico. That energy is somehow in there and like my last Stand up thing I did like I. My favorite concert footage led Zeppelin and John Bonus. That's when my favorite drummers was in Royal Albert Hall in like that was the big thing of get pushed through where I was like this Robert Plant stood and John Bonham's drums were right fucking. I couldn't believe it I couldn't in. It's still kind of looks the same. So that's cool. Yeah it was like yeah. It gave me the chills that recent recent is it. Is it sort of like you know as a standup at you're like okay. I'm selling out theaters. I'm selling out stadiums. You know I'm bill now. Kevin Hart spills out stadiums. I I'm theorist AH. MSG is not a game The forum is a arenas whenever And then it becomes about like okay. The thrill is now that you can process. That's all that or have gone through it now. It's like okay. Get to be in the presence of greatness Y Y you try to still be a fan and then you still try to improve and then you block out. Call compliments and criticism except for the your. You know the people that you trust. I don't know if somebody's GonNa you know you kind of doing this too much. I will you know that somebody I respect. I listened to but I'm I'm not gonNA listen to you. Know some random person on on social media. You have your Go-to people that are like telling me that joke isn't funny or like because of what the fuck do you normally. What do you do for a living You he's a fucking build cars. I'm GonNa tell you you put the transmission in the wrong way of the fuck. Do I know about it. You know you do you do I do what I do. You don't have to like it. I have a friend that I've known forever from Boston And he knew me before I did stand up. And he's the person I go to to run things by anything and I show him specials. That's show show them everything because I know he'll always tell the truth like do you have that person in your life is India. Yeah Yeah it is when she finally gives it up. uh-huh wife's job. They gotTA keep you trust. You Trust her judgment Yellen most then this stuff. I'm just like now you don't get it you don't get it. That's funny I I believe in. I know what I'm doing with this and I'm going to get there like A bit my act that I'm doing right now that the first time I did it like two women started screaming at me and I told him to go fuck themselves and then he waited for me afterwards. It was a big fuck. You Fuck you thing and you know I cooled off slipped by three days later and I was like all right. That's not what I want to be Doing when I'm up there so I was like I need to figure out how how to say what I'm saying so people here and now I'm doing that gets like the best and a really positive it it turned into into like. Yeah this more like you know when I really got down to what the fuck I was trying to say. Right chiseling at the marble. Now that's why people shouldn't shouldn't like film comics and stuff and then just posted up there. I mean if people do that then you can't be like it's a work. I'm fucking working on the ship. It's not done yet. I didn't say it was done. This is there's no way to safely work out yonder bags to put people's phones in it shows. I haven't but I I maybe I will. It all depends like it's it's upsetting when people do that I don't think people do it maliciously. I think they are actually doing it. Because they're fan but they you don't realize how they're ruining all the surprise endings to all your ideas. That's it's not like Because I because I think a lot of them go to see bands and bands crew. Yeah man get my music out there. it's not to me. Sometimes I think a lot of people now I think after the Louis thing with the the say in the the Chapelle thing they everyone wants to get the thing where comic slips you know. Yeah and it's just like we're we're already out of bounds when we walk on stay. That's what you're going to send right. That's right now. We're lusty going out of balance. I don't I don't think that exists much anymore. Yeah they try to fuck and some of us we pick about how offended people were okay about so much fucking shit unless where is that. No no it. Isn't it just ephemeral outrage. It's a drug that word means by Monroe Federal. It's it's Easily turned over. Its it's quick fast it's here and then it's gone. People are poor. Yes I had to work fucking looking harder to try to go to college I used to I remember. I was such a Weirdo In High School I hate when people say that I hate it when people are like. I was a nerd in high school but I was just like I was just like a weird like loan around like laundry and I used to read the dictionary and memorize try to memorize words because I didn't have an sat tutor. So I I would memorize words so you had to get you had to take the initiative. Yeah I knew woman that a long time ago. Why am I gonNA say her name but she was and she was? She danced on Broadway. And I wasn't I wasn't seen or anything but she like her remember. The story was like her mother was like. Yeah I think using or whatever and she just got herself out of it because she figured out through other people what she needed to do and just come home. Mom sign this sinus the sinus and she got the fuck out and I always. I always admired that. It was like wow. I wonder if I would have had the wherewithal to do that. And I was like probably probably not not for a while. I don't think I would seem like she figured it out as a kid when you come from call call him a lot of times you realize real quick like I'm the adult here here. I need to run shit. You know I was definitely doing that. I was making lunches making dinners than I was like. I know I'm not going to get an sat tutor all the kids at school. Have A fucking tutor. I need a tutor myself. I used to to to a really bad place. It was at one of those green room jokes. I could've just a green room joke. I blew the landlords. Could do all the adult shit. Keep the fuck can heat on time or are you saying that children wrenching again last thing. Are there any. Do you like meeting your heroes or not just curious. Mostly I feel like you do now. Mostly.

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"burr" Discussed on Good For You

Good For You

12:35 min | 1 year ago

"burr" Discussed on Good For You

"Pissed off work coming home to sign some papers I in my own yard? You almost peed on your dog jeans and Blazer as my and you're on your phone while you're peeing looking the standing up. I'm standing up being now. I think I got it on my shoe. I don't remember this. I have no recollection of this whatsoever. And it's starting to one hand on the ground like your it quits. You're looking at something doing you. You're trying to keep balance off your ass on NYQUIL anyway. This is probably not something for audio. Because you guys don't arm saying this says a youtube exclusive. That's such a thing. This is only for you to describe all right. I feel like I've embarrassed myself. What did I do you? Scream Tuneup he he. Are you walking out that benefit. There's the funny thing for her in my life that that I can just see you want a bit a bit embarrassing. I'm not proud of any of this eh pajamas and socks. I'm really alarmed by the things that I do and so I need you to take it away from. You can't let us this shit anymore. Enter every room room like that for now on but that that that all right. I'm going to start to make this podcast not so long. We're having too much fun and we need to keep tight Jim. Jefferies episode is two and a half hours long. That's what people always want shorter. Fine Yeah the bill. Burr is here and we are blessed and highly favored less than twenty five city tour blessing. How favorable burs here did you see the complaints about the Irishman? I didn't even want to ask you about it. Didn't want to. I don't I haven't zero complaints. I just wish it was another two and a half hours longer. Someone had the EDA's city to complain. That ANPAC went and have enough lines. Who said six someone on some blogger? Anna Paquin didn't speak enough in the movie. Yeah it's so stupid it's like well it wasn't about her. How did it wasn't? Hey Jimmy Hoffa you know say less this blogger can get in there. Yeah it's like that's not the story you don't get to complain about Martin. Scorsese the number of lines. People have actually you do you do. And then everybody picks up on it because somebody's complaining and it looks like it could be be a controversy so then they they blow it into a brush fire and they just they just keep gassing up things that I guess people care in that they like watching. The people argue and debate and some people getting in trouble but as far as people like. That's what people truly care about. I don't think it is it's like rubbernecking or something but it's also like okay. Charlie's angels didn't do well book smart which is Directed By women starring. Women didn't do. It was good movie no one saw so if the people that were complaining about it which is go see the movies that women who speak weaken. Maybe there would actually could solve is probably a bit about that where they'd bitch about women in the NFL it's like what about the WNBA with thirty people at every fucking games you want you go support that you don't WanNa buy tickets. You just want to complain. That other people aren't buying tickets yet or the guy he tab at thank you. Yeah No. It's insane it's it's very But I think it's I think it's just it's it died of its own weight and I even saw a lot of you know the people champion championed the flag. Even they're trying to distance themselves. That fucking happens when you get old like me. You see that happen. So many times these trends and people just jump Bonham and they'll ride that horse and they're at the front carrying the flag then all of a sudden they see the cliff coming they try to be whoa. I wasn't a part of the WH. What's what's up with those guys rollerblading? What's that you know? I was used rollerblading as an as an example that everybody did it and then it was at one homophobic joke and then everybody acted like they never did it. Sold a zillion of I loved rollerblading. I played roller blade hockey. I had a great fuck time. I would do it again fun. I would do it again if I wasn't wasn't so old because what killed. rollerblading for me was the protection that they had was so fucking uncomfortable in Dorky. Well if you wore like the kneepads right it would just make the back of your legs. Sweat profusely the the news officer. What would make me fall? You can't actually get anything on. I used to do it when I lived in Philadelphia. I would rollerblade every every day. I'm seeing it. You're acting painting the picture. I can see what's happening here I I just WANNA say a couple. I like to plug up fronts. You know what I mean like the bury the plugs at the very end when people are that stupid. You know F this for family. It's on season four. I love it so much. Oh thank you and I have a question about when you when you were animating what were the conversations about. What's the skin look like? What are the features? Look like it takes weeks. I spent like we spent like weeks on noses and Chins is well what you have to do is you have to see what's out there and then you you have to come up with something different. You literally have to create your own race of animated people and it's like all right. The Simpsons are yellow. South Park is doing the minimal thing saying I is You know all that stuff on You know we look at a lot of stuff on What's his robot chicken and the the show. I was on there the spy show. I've only watched zillion episodes of it. I get the pull it up. That's why we have a monitor animated show. I used to tyler. Everyone's running around panicking PA art archer. Everyone's because you're here. I've never seen people move around so much waller recording. Everyone's just moving around my shit moving. Show me this is recording. Yes so we. Just we just like looked at zillion things like that and then we tried to come up you know and it was all trying to get frank frank was the sort of the centerpiece. It's like we could make him to and he had to look like you. There's somebody trying 'cause the way I was going to be screaming and yelling and stuffy. We wouldn't come off as too sympathetic so yet started with that. But you know speaking of the Simpsons you know Mike Price Ice from co Creator and so he's guided us through pretty much all the Whitewater of the first three seasons. Peter Billingsley Vince. Vaughn all all those guys Victoria von all of those people over at Wild West so you know who vince is bad just surround myself with people who knew what the hell they were doing like watching animation. It's just so soothing for me now because everything is I hate the word triggering but you watch any show now. And you're like didn't he have an allegation Jenner. God like it's just like everything so loaded now so what you do is you just. Don't watch the News Really Social Media News and you could enjoy Bill cosby's entire back catalogue. Don't kidding I mean but you don't get into every fucking thing thing that's going like. I tapped out of politics. I have to tap dot at. What's going on where but then once you push through that then you have to then then I try to do something in your world that helps somebody out right like you know what I'm GonNa help you WANNA whatever homeless people public schools or something that you can pick up on so I? I'm against just saying well. You know politics crazy. You know doesn't make a difference. What color tie they're wearing Boba? It's fine I agree with all of that but like after that. Then what you just not GonNa do anything out for yourself. No that's kind of what they're doing. I realized that I was kind of doing that so but I definitely do a a lot of me. TV's another big one for me yeah me. TV just watch memorable entertainment television. I don't even know what it is you you should know what it is. You're still young young and have your life ahead of you. It's all the shows that I watched when I was a kid. Some of which that were already ten in twenty years old Rockford files Jak gunsmoke on smoke. Peter Gunn Seventy seven sunset strip. Billy's beverly hillbillies Buck Walk Raja's cannons a great one the original Charlie's angels. There's Lonzo Colombo's a great one. Different strokes Thursday. Show if I could find one that was on when I would watch that. Gilligan's on the problem is now people want to go up and tear these apart. That's a traditional gender role. That's implies will Tony be people. Don't a select few group of people like thirty bloggers. Thirty bloggers can can move the needle so mannix is a great one. I said Matic's Mannix. I love matlock growing up lockers. Great all of those. She wrote say beneath Rawhide TV role. So I just sit Darren Watch that and there's like there's no global warming the problem is wonder woman never did much for me because I always felt like wonder woman did less than the average just woman and she was hot. That man's buying her drinks. You know I remember like wonder woman being like my single mom is doing more than so you just did in that episode. She got a pilot's license fees instrument rated up there in the cloud. You gotta give her that That's a big move for chick back in the seventies. You have your helicopter Dr Pilot's license. I hear yes I do not scare you. Yeah it's terrifying but it's something that once you get past the fear it's fucking incredible and it's an unbelievable unbelievable privilege or whatever but like you know I'm very careful with it so Right up here is where the L. A. F. D. Lance to refill water when they're putting fires out and I go up there and watch them and it brings tears to my eyes to watch these guys dirk. I can't fly only got a a couple hundred hours. I I don't know what I'm doing. Those guys are fucking amazing so it's a hobby. Yeah let's talk about paper tiger. It's out I'm sure you've already seen it especially if you're listening to the show Jessica Curse on your producing her special December. Sixth that comes out right. She's she's one of those. I was saying like this. Some some comics. You know that you really have to have a game plan after they go on and she's one of them were it's just like hey I was gonna try some new shit. I think I gotta go probably wishes I with the crowd a little bit to make them try to forget her but she's just she's she's the real deal and she she didn't skip any steps and she went all the way around the track. Yep went all the way around the track so she's ready to go so we're expecting Big things out of that and You know the special is that we've done. We did one with Paul version and we did one with Edwards an now Jessica up. Paul is now selling out comedy clubs which is so great. I do miss working with him on the road but I do and I'm obviously super happy for him that you know just seeing somebody make it like that is is awesome and plus I love Paul always said Paul. I want to see you get money just because I wanna see what you're going to buy. I know you're going to buy like an alligator something stupid. It's funny I love it. You did this. It's my special guys. It was such a different experience. I don't think people understand that. Most comedians they worked their asses off They get ready to shoot a special and then everyone everyone prisoners special like is a lawyer for like a trust fund kid or they rip you off or they re. I have been stolen from so much lied to. Someone has some characters out there and they take advantage of Comedians Comedians for me. I'm just so happy to be there and I didn't know shit about production. I didn't know where people were stealing. I Yeah I got screwed on on the earlier ones as far as like Budgetary stop and then when I found out what was going on it was just like Oh these people are finding out what my budget is and then budgeting it to like within a nickel and I don't know how they find out or they give people kickbacks for let me let me know and I'll thirty five granted budget is a male and fucking. You know just just stuff like that. It's really Super Super Shady. I knew another guy who was driving people you know towards a a failing streaming now because yeah he was getting like fifty grand a pop. CE- cell yeah to drive them. Yeah Yeah and he so he had a CY. Everybody's he's got a fuck inside deal deal..

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"burr" Discussed on Good For You

Good For You

07:06 min | 1 year ago

"burr" Discussed on Good For You

"Dan. Remember the bait was. That's why they want. To unsubscribe. That was a special birthday video. I made this morning for everyone. WHO's worth every money? I make a special video and then some people were. Can you take off off this autumn them stealing my data like I just put a lot of effort into that one attention. Yeah maybe that's true. I just want you to be like no. Please don't leave. So they're sending you. DM's telling me respondent understanding mediums there in your DM's which. I is a whole different massive story. All I want is just send me pictures of your dogs semi pictures of your animals your cats. What's your horses and your dicks? Thanks no digs your dick pic. This situation on your credit is insanity. It's insanity it's too many dictators. Too much confidence I love of and you have like weird categories of Guys WanNa send you Dick Pics all these tweets and you dictate twinkie like that. What's twin I can say you can say whatever whatever you want okay? I'm GonNA silence you. You've always between like little. His little boy is like warped tour. Dudes are they of age. We hope their crime going on in my DM's I knew about their give a lot of tweaks not to be confused. Tinker Bell's which are different. Excuse isn't that what are real. And then you have like these old men who are very confident and they want to send you a picture of their day with like with the authoritative Santa's is like you know what you need to milk stick and raise your stoop get out of here the old. I don't mind it I have a hot take on addict picks. I don't think they're funny. I find them entertaining. I'm not upset. They don't traumatized me personally. Because I think it's an I just I love. I've talked about this on the goes like I love seeing people's decor in their home. If it means I have to see a dip in the foreground. I'm fine with that what you're getting. I know I'm getting grown. Men full full body hair and shave crop so around there. Dick that's not normal. Growth One boy just picture of him fully nude in the mirror and there was a cup of shrimp. Rahman I love me Rom and you know I order in bulk. That's insane trying to appeal to eat me. It's working take his dick in their flavor. It's weird it was it finished with four. Can I can see inside there but it was I just I love the story behind that I I love that. He's like I'm going to eat my Rahman because you gotta wait for the noodles to get soft and the DICTA get hard perfect and you know who wants to see that you come like I I love you know what I love. The most is essential weird fetish. I love looking at people's bathrooms. I love looking at the products and their shower. I love looking at the. The sliver of Irish were spring soap. I love seeing the the little The Salon selectives two and one. I'd like seeing the prowl. I looked people by I. Just I love. My favorite thing is looking at people's towels because I'm fast. I'm fascinated by people that have colored towels so so crazy to me. I see people got towels like their Rajneesh. Cult leader Yellow shitting filter sunflower stop yellow yellow and purple. And like are you a Laker. What's happening? Who Yellow No? There's all kinds of people are all over. The Lakers beats down. You know I'm telling you. People are all over the place with at like Tau hand towels with patterns on them. I get it for your bathroom. Cute little pigs little puppy whatever cars I was Jay Leno some hand tells the Huddle Oh cars on them do a lot of men that send you picks have pattern towns and look at this. Look I've seen the bars of soap little. That's growing. I showed you that guy that had a yellow Italian other day shaved We should put this in. Send this you guys. There was a guy Look at this yellow towel this giant Dick with a bright yellow towel in the background. Yes that's all. I can help us. Sorry we probably can't show this on camera. I'll show it to you guys. I love seeing guys. Colored Towels keeps sending me Dick Pics just because so aw embarrassing embarrassed by his lack of pubic hair. I think it's funny then. He's embarrassing a grown man. I'm showing my producers Dick Pics. I feel like time's up on me. Ain't going to get me in trouble All right well I think Everyone's really just listening to this because they know bill burr is on the show and they're scrolling good. They WanNa hear Bill Burr are. He's not here yet so I thought that I would just really quick Talk to you about the fact that I think someone is doing intervention on me in the NYQUIL. Oh it's is too much. Betty Ford has is waiting for me to come down there in D talks. The NYQUIL IS I can't believe it's legal. It's too good you you. You don't have the personality I know I should not let Nyquil the fact that you can just buy at. The store is made to rest. And you're taking it with the intention to work doc asleep at some. No I take it and I give myself this arbitrary amount of time. I'm like I'll take it and then like thirty minutes I'll go to bed. I'll wait for it to kick him but night right. That's what like edibles takes like forty five minutes alcohol sometimes NYQUIL hits you like a wall and I you have been really paranoid about this. Coyote problem in my yard have had like five every night between two and four. Am I look at my ring camera every morning. And I see them prowl on the prowl and the Allen. They're trying to eat my dogs. They're trying to eat my family. I don't like it some primal starting to kick up no during the day right now. Just caffeine right now And some lithium theon everyone so some juice some berries and a paranoid when I get paranoid and take sleep AIDS. I do crazy shit at night so I started checking my ring camera the other day and much to my surprise and Chagrin. I discovered myself sleepwalking. sleepwalking can you guys pull this thing up. I'm sleepwalking at five. In the morning I thought I was GONNA see coyotes. Oh God it's me. Hold on turn it up because I walk out yelling or making a little noise you bet talking about what. You're trying to scare them away. I thought they were out there so I just walked out and like I don't know I don't no recollection of this. I'm not conscious. Jody you want to give back. WanNa fight me and my dog. You want to get back no recollection. That's my favorite part. Needs to take the Nyquil from me because your brain dead set. There's a coating knows what else I did. Not on camera buried something over there and then I check the next night. The next night I came home from doing stand up. Had A little shot of nyquil like a lady came out. Don't remember this started peeing. Where the coyotes normally are in a fool blazer flow businesswoman.

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"burr" Discussed on Good For You

Good For You

07:17 min | 1 year ago

"burr" Discussed on Good For You

"We had Li Lu Beautiful Voice I don't. I'm I'm also Salva. Colts high probably sounded Kinda Nathalie. That's the sexiest that's disgusting. I don't have like a sexy sexy like like Catherine Turner Voice. I just have a French voice sexy now I know big news hot news. Big News Hot big news. We're going on over. Come into your city going on tour. The Torah announcement the twenty five cities musical twenty five cities twenty-five I'm going to survive this starting in March the how dare we call it. The how dare you tour. Of course it was a great name you think. How dare you tour? How Dare I? Who Do I think I am all people you you may at home twenty five cities leaving the kitchen where I belong leaving? These fields is not stop doing laundry for once and go out and peddle my wares twenty-five cities and go into the tree. He St Shaquille Indianapolis. Sacra me this is exciting. These assays I never even heard of thrilled San Francisco Dallas Miami Chicago INDIANAPOLIS LIST DETROIT HOUSTON CITIES ATLANTA CLEVELAND. Las Vegas Nashville Nashville Nashville Nashville Pedal Tavern. Where we're Benton hails from pedal tavern even penalty ever Newsham bar that you pedal at the time titles far away you don't live? They're fun to me. They are fine. They're definitely fun. Like I'm GonNa Roll my ankle. Alcoholism is alive and well in the winter. It's alive and well in my genetics ex- Huntington New York Montclair New Jersey. clearwater Florida near Tampa clearwater Florida. Yeah I feel like a crime. It happened there. Sounds like no don't do that. Don't have Floridians come after US UP FLORIDA WE'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA Orlando also but clearwater or Tampa has or Saint Petersburg has the Salvador Dali Museum. Oh I love that. I'm going to that. Salvador donnas my favorite artists. I had a Salvador Dali joke in my last special member. Cut It. You do. Yeah it was comparing my boobs to the melting clocks but it was a little bit of a high price. You got got it. You really were happy. I know it was like you got that. And that was patronizing ended up cutting in Boston. We're GONNA BOSTON BOSTON. I'm very excited about your site for Boston for Boston. Because it's forty five minutes from Salem Massachusetts which capital of the world. They're high schools called witchcraft high. Why do you want to go? A bunch of women were burnt as which. Because I think that was where the star feminism happened. which is that's my theory? That's what I believe and I'm very excited. Rushed to man was stones. They weren't which is what you think they accuse. Use them of being witches. This is a hot take to agree with the men that burn them visit. First of all women really yes and second of all caters Minneapolis. We're going to Minneapolis. I'm bringing up all these cities because I want you guys to set. This is the first time that I'm touring that I'm you know. Really try to go to the city the day before and do something with the locals. You know what I mean. I'm going to do something in the city to appreciate the city. 'cause normally I fly in land five I have to rush to the venue I go on and I fly out at six. AM The next morning. And I don't appreciate the city. I wonder we're going to try and join something that's I'm going to be a tourist so I want you guys to send me things to do. All these ideas like places to hike museums. I should go see local diners. I should patronize. So you guys I think the best way to do it. EASY THEIR DM Benton ll just flood him With your ideas says so that he can you know me so well. Yeah because yeah and you'll look you'll filter out all the. Don't Send Me Zoos. You not like zoos sanctuaries stories that are legitimate and accredited not like bullshit fake sanctuaries where. You're like swimming with tigers in inbred animals. Yes that's not humane you know me I won't like like it And you can text me at the time my instagram. But it's eight one eight two three nine seven five two seven. Let's talk about the texting really quick really quick you love it. I do love you do this thing. You can text me directly. I can read your texts for those of you just listening. You can't see me doing this. I'm holding this up on Youtube. I'm getting your texts. I'm going through them. Most of you guys are very grateful. You're excited you can text me but some of you are losing your goddamn minds an paranoid spiral and you think I'm like stealing your data. I'm not people are really worried. Dm Me being like. Why hasn't even texted back texture heart attack? I'm trying I'm doing the best I can. This is the best I can do. I'm getting thousands of texts. I'm re- I'm responding to so many of them and if I if I take take a Swig Nyquil it's your lucky day because I've been engaging with people giving them life advice giving them veterinary medical advice. While I'm I'm not I'm responding to a couple people really thoroughly to the point of where I just. I feel like this is going to end up. In a restraining order. I Dunno mine or them unclear but but the texting thing the idea is that when I go on tour you can text me places to go. I can text you. I'm coming to Atlanta. Here's some free tickets the first couple of people that text me back you benefit from this. I get nothing out of it. It's more direct than I am. which gets Kinda lost the antilock but also I think with marketing now? I don't WanNa fill up my instagram. I'm greg with just promoting my shows. It's annoying it's gross. And plus the algorithm. It can be too like another toward even see a tour post. That goes ooh Lauryn Hill was in the Hollywood bowl. And I didn't even know about it. You know I'm mad about it too. I'm her biggest. I didn't even hear about it so marketing. There's so much clutter now to just posting on instagram. Awesome is not enough. Like all is my biggest pet peeve when I go to work in Houston and I do five nights of shows in. Houston I go to the airport. And someone's like. Oh my God Whitney. I'm such a big Fan. What are you doing Houston? And I'm like Bitch I just did five nights of shows how did you do you follow me. Yes do you follow me on twitter. Yes you instagram. Yeah so how did you not see this. You Bitch I I just did stretch. I've been here for five days. Houston so this is a way I can get directly to you. If you don't want a text me and don't want to get text from don't don't then go to not get off this list. Getting on subscribe me from this list. The Fuck Outta here ungrateful. y'All are ingrates. It's not all of you just just talking about you. saw me this morning every birthday video every morning I wake up. I make a special birthday video specifically specifically for everyone whose birthday it is. Look at this look at this. You saw me. I was singing. I was dancing. Listen to this Dan. Remember the bait.

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"burr" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

Life is Short with Justin Long

13:55 min | 1 year ago

"burr" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

"What's that star wars character? That everybody HEO charger. elmo annoys me little almost always like out there. Yeah yeah a little too positive. It's a difficult voice to listen to always indicate Elmo fucking what are you drinking. Relax they have a seat. Cookie Monster was just such like big-hearted awesome fucking dude and then also just so zen C is for cookie. Okay that's good enough for me Zana's things that's true. It's just fucking awesome. Yeah if you could be one age for the rest of your life what would you pick physically well if I could be one age just in general this age. Yeah if I could be any age again well what's once you become a parent. It sucks. Kazan Mike is not gonna be alright. We'd take the kid out of their selfish bill limited in my own world. I'd be like nineteen twenty again working at this place corporate software off where where I worked in this I worked in a warehouse. Yeah Logan unloading trucks. Yeah before things really carried any sort of weight still living at home. The stakes weren't that high. Yeah and it was just like everything was still fucking new. INEX- yeah and I'm not saying they like different things become more like that is replaced when you get older and you have kids and like you know watching my daughter learned how to ride a tricycle was was was fucking. You know the Byrd. It was pretty amazing. Beatles were stones. I can't make that decision. Okay and especially. I definitely have to stick up for the Beatles because a lot of people younger people now just like you. You know what happens is when you're as great as they are. Everybody steals from use in the way that people go back and watch it they like it. Just doesn't have the impact. Yeah yeah you got to go back and just immerse yourself into and what was going on when they put those regular out how much they influence and I I just and then what I loved what I love about. The rolling stones is like like they have like that you know with the Beatles who like we're not planning more live shows Were I feel like they had that need in that hunger. Yeah they had to have that rush with that feeling that you're talking about rush from the audience when you're connecting with an audience like that kids it's like a sickness but if applied properly which they did it is Incredibly what I love about watching Keith when he plays a chord and he lifts his shoulders up and he makes that face. It's not that's not an act. It's unaffected affected. You're watching what it makes them feel yet. Totally Buddy Mike got like front row tickets like an eighty nine one. Only time. I saw him on the steel wheels tour and he was so close. And he's just off duty goes Keith was just whacked out on something and then you read. You know. He didn't do. He hasn't done drugs like the seventies you know. Have a drink here or whatever but like it was was just like what you were. Seeing was a guy experiencing euphoria juuling what he loved to do. Totally and what you are doing it was reading. You Know Star magazine in shape right and understand. I saw one of the great things I've ever Keith. Richards as far as his passion he was talking about how much he loved guitar goes. He was talking about opening a guitar case. And that smell. Because that smell he goes he said he just want to crawl in enclosed the lid and it was just like it's like this is just coursing through his totally really so I just anybody like that is like addicted to what they do to that level. It's like Oh my God I got a fucking Bruce springsteen. I felt that way but when I saw him play when I could see the the details of his face and how immersive Gig one time Ireland and this guy you know when these guys just drives people uh-huh and I was just like I was asking who they drove because there was a great story. So Yo he's going like he's like I'll tell you who I drove believe a couple of months ago I drove Bruce Springstreen I when I was gone and I was just like going. Oh my God what was that like. He Goes Oh God love him. He just collapsed into the car. He was in so much pain after the show me. He's almost seventy and he was sitting eh talking about. It's just a terrible. I was fucking pretty good. That was like an Irish Paul McCartney He was talking about the what the guy puts row. Yeah Yeah physically that he got in a car occupied tackle you guys sliding fucking knees. Three hours yeah jumping up on the reunions. There does your hip. She's God God love him. Seen on Steven Steven Tyler's fetal fucked up. Because you know like Gallup and things he doesn't want he would tap for kind of on the side like did just no air and tear and James Brown prince knee and hip replacements. These guys like when those people are fucking you know. That's why they aside from the talent like when they're putting their bodies on the line like that it's just like you can't can't even if you're dumb you feel it and they expect that if you go to a rolling stone show you don't want Mick Jagger. Kansas stand there. He's about that guy is I think he weighs the exact same way he way when he did the Ed Sullivan Show Yeah Sixty Hour. He's the same He never got like that. You know that Dad Baud Yeah. He was hilarious. He became a damn the seventy s and he still doesn't have data. There's no excuse for any anybody else out there. He's been a deadly twelve times over before I know you're not great with compliments. Okay Act well thanks for doing this. And thanks F is for families out now that season four thank you for crushing it for all of these years got season four is going to be coming out. I don't know when early part of next. It's still so fun to do. I love the stories going is. I'm trying to have fun because it'll be sad when we stopped and I know all right. Yeah so one of these stays on my podcast. I gotta I gotTa get you say. Let's do it all right all right you just do it before bedtime right. All Right Eh one. Do that happen well that that happens. Say That happened is strange for us because we listen to him so you listened to him all the time so it must be strange to hear my voice occasionally like interject interject. It's weird I in a way. I'm like shut up like I in my head. I'm like just let them talk to. That's why I don't think I talked as much I see a lot of yeah yeah yeah. That's on Brian. I know I know I do too. I can't it's hard. There's certain crutches that whenever I listen to the show I Gary Cole- in the Office Office. I realized I have certain things that I say. I say the word so allot you do. Yeah Yeah I say yeah well anyway. Something it's not about me. It's not about you pitcher. It's about it's about bill and I will say I think you did a good job of this. Maybe going to sound insulting to. I think I made it as a compliment used. You did a really good job of staying on his way to a large extent because I don't think or foam I'm just fell down and we have a new little description of new studio in the House and in home studio and it's fallen apart so maybe it sounds a little different listeners. But I I think his forte is just talking to him. So it's clear I think he's I think he's a good interview guest. I I think he's good at interviewing people but I think definitely his forte is just being alone. stand-up yeah sometimes bill on bill show. If you're not familiar Miller with he'll just be listening he'll be watching a sports game and it's entertaining. That's the crazy now show is that he talks about certain topics that I have almost. Oh interesting like racecar dry. Yeah racecar drive like Mo.. GP motorcycle racing or yeah or NHL Hockey. There's certain things that are of interest drumming. Yeah even things. I'm not interested in. Yeah I still want to hear him talk about. That's the mark of a truly outstanding person. He is maybe the most entertaining meaning single person that I can think of. He's just has such strong funny opinions. That that's why I think you to stay out of his way. You don't want to interfere too much. You WanNa let him get his his opinions out in the most efficient way possible as interviewer. I think he's very convicted. And because of that it's it's almost not worth engaging on a back and forth. I mean maybe I'm making excuses for myself not being able to also in your defense. It wasn't so much of a dialogue as some of the other yet interviews have been I. I mean that's a nice taste of what his show is about to. It's basically like if you listen back to the show and you mute out every time the yeah pretty much vill show doc you add some hockey and yeah but that's why it's so fun watching listening to neon his wife because she can actually she actually challenges right because she well knows me better than me but also is very smart herself and quick and funny near as real real funny. I never understood or never appreciated did that transactional nature of stand up comedy. I never he talks about that a bit but yeah When he feels it from the on yeah that that it's it's the audience and ideally gets to laugh and gets distracted from their lives but the comedian get so much to do? They get so much validation joy and the way you feel I can imagine I can only imagine when a whole audience full of people are like the laughing so hard they can't roll. My feeling must be unbelievable. I that feeling when it's only a handful of people it's one person it feels so good. I mean attack. I can't imagine way. Also you know Justin Timberlake. Can People like that. Who have who just have control over a whole crowd? Yeah but then you think what is the opposite of that. What if you're alone on stage I think about that? This is why stand up comedy to me is such a crazy thing to do because if you fail at that had it must feel horrible. Well that's why I think bill. BURR got a lifetime's worth of credit. Not just from comedians. But from the people like me fans of comedy for his that rant that he delivered in in that show at shown Philadelphia. It's now infamous. I would famous now. WH- when does it become famous. When does this isn't infamous? When it's like a bad thing guy? Lee Harvey Oswald is. Yeah that's true it's famous now. It's a good thing. It's a good thing. He he goes on a twelve minute rant against Philadelphia because these people have been heckling his fellow. Oh comedians all day and they've just been such a rude volatile audience that he just goes off on them and it is. It's like glorious. That was my introduction action to bill. Burr you want you writing me but that feeling when you are bombing on stage. Oh my God and things aren't going well I I think there always seems to be kind of a dark undercurrent to these brilliant comedic. Mind that that you meet you come across and you ask him about that a little bit you said you ask about the rivalries in the jealousy. Yeah I'm because it must be I. I can imagine how easy to be jealous of someone in that world because if your so desperate for laughs and so afraid of the opposite of that it makes sense that you would see people doing well. It'd be like hi well. And they're so few slots available right success for success like there are so many comedians trying to downplay downplays. That claims. That's not much thing. I'm really into like all these little. Like in fights means God God. I'm really into such a comedy. I was thinking about bills Special about tiger a paper tiger and how some of the things he was saying. Were so incendiary incendiary especially in today's cultural climate like That we're we're it's quite easy to offend and MM He was saying such potentially offensive things but the audience was for the most part as far as much as you could hear until they were all laughing and enjoying it engaged so so it's almost like when you're performing live versus the there are two different arenas that that are being talked about when it comes to that kind of comedy which is like one is the people at home on twitter and social media. who have have their phones at their disposal and they can just say whatever they want versus like the immediate reaction of an audience? And how do you Are there just different playing fields. And and where does that comedy lived. We're should it live well. He says that he's he'd stay off social media. Exactly it's void having read something speaking of the that feeling that feeling when you are on stage and you're just experiencing this like see evaulation. I remember being on the side of the stage my ex. You know what I was going to say. No no no I just thought you were about to be like I can relate. No no no I can't really. I mean the closest I can come is like which I hate is bowing at the end of the play which I fucking hate doing I hate the the bows I remember doing it. Once I was doing playing San Diego and with how Lyndon the great and Donald phaser Donald very tight about such a good but how was eighty five. An old school actor. Great actor was on Barney Miller. He played the lead and Barney. Miller if you remember that for some of our older more seasoned listeners and how director gave me a note he said just in your you. You gotTa work on your your vows to quick and I just wanted to get off the stage. I hated the idea of like..

"burr" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

Life is Short with Justin Long

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"burr" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

"You go up there now. There's some white guy with a cupcake shop injuries sweetheart to do do you okay. I've been reading this book and you know how rare I should read anything thin. I've been reading this book by this. Finish guy his name's Tarot. He has a Japanese sounding last name but he's finished but this book is so good. It's called healing mushrooms. And it comes with it came with our pack of forcing matic. which is this brand that harnesses all the healing power of mushrooms? And that might sound like either are psychedelic and weird hippie. dippy but mushrooms account for eighty ninety percent of the world's medicines. The company. You has has so much benefit in terms of immunity energy longevity. It's a superfood company that's mushroom based We've tried a few of the products. We tried a the mushroom coffee which I was very skeptical to try. I thought it was going to just like mushrooms or not that I just like mushrooms but when Dr Coffee I want I'm going to separate you don't like mushroom ice cream so this mushroom coffee for one thing tasted delicious delicious coffee but also at half the caffeine so so it didn't make you at all jittery. Like coffee sometimes does but gave you the same amount or more clarity like mental acuity sharpness it. It was great so now I'm really into this mushroom coffee. It was delicious so other than the coffee they have these elixirs. That hot cows macho superfood blends. They've so many different from things and you all you have to do is empty the packet into a cop and add hot water to release really easy so it's great for travel. You're on the go. So forcing magic mushroom coffee has made with lion's Mane and shock lines is the new thing in the mushroom. Fun Guys Fellow Fun. God it's GonNa be. It's GonNa be your go-to morning beverage. I guarantee you it. Has It makes you productive and focused and creative. It's been used by the Buddhist monks for yeah. Yeah god-knows-how-long focused or well. They do meditate. Exactly I was being I was and I was getting back to you I I just I just wrote to a friend because there were all these mushrooms growing in my yard recently and I wondered if I could if they were edible their safety and he said he thought they were maybe the species but you can be sure and he said said it could be at a edible but I go by the rule quote. There are bold mushroom hunters and their old mushroom hunters. But there are no old. Bold mushroom hunters isn't that cool. That is cool. But the Guy Tarot and the people at forcing matic are both old and bold mushroom hunters and they.

"burr" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

Life is Short with Justin Long

10:13 min | 1 year ago

"burr" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

"For meat again. And why aren't you drink for a year. That's incredibly not drinking. Just because it got a got two out of hand. I have the time name. You'll be drunk and just you know but I also got into bourbons and stuff do this one here so I became. Pretend it's a hobby. Yeah I became the canister drunk right. Yeah Yeah so class here and it was like you know I didn't know how to deal with some of the new stresses in my life so I I was using I was using. It is that and I was drinking alone and I loved it I would come home. My wife would be a sweep. I miss it still and I would come home and and I would get a nice big ice cube. I'm literally mouth-watering now. I would take your flood and my rule was first thing I would I would i. Would you know I was really into the reading. The whole thing like we don't want the ice cube to drip into the Bourbon too much because you changing the flavor. It's like those people who like light a Cuban Cigar Little Cedar fucking thing because you know what the chemicals the lighter and I was really getting into all of these all the more knowledge. You have the more you can disguise that your shits a little out of control and they're basically your trip a tour of the Oreo cookie cookie factory and that they have this. This is how they put the sugar in. It's just like buddy as just consuming a fucking sugars off the rails. It's just like you becoming a fat that fuck because I'm not like an but I'm definitely a guy like I what is made me successful. Could also take me out because when I get into Shit Yeah I can industry. It's like Oh my God I like Bourbon fucking get into the shit so woohoo problem then it became. I had to fill it up over just over the the ice cube. Nice call. 'CAUSE I my wife would give me shit like that. I had one drink. She goes like this fucking big. It'd be it's a home port. Ah but she's cool so she was all right Omelette then one became too and then to became three and I was like you know and then I became a dad and then I was like like legally. He's Shit faced. It must be. This was my thing this was I would. I would come home after doing stand up. I had a great fucking time and I had these. I actually bought these glasses that this guy makes down in El Segundo. I don't know if he's still makes them in there and they were all really got into it. They were all made out of glass last. Okay the whole glass including the ice cube. It looked like an ice cube but that was also glass. And then you took the glass and you put it in the freezer so then when you took it out you poured your booze in there and it got chilled and you had this being that was essentially working like an ice cube but there was no water. Oh that'll you were getting this season by looting straight booze and it was chilled in my thing. Thing was I would pour it up and over that glass thing that looked like an ice cube and I would drink three of them and I would watch like three episodes of Peter. Gunn maybe like seventy seven sunset strip and it was like all old school TV. So I didn't have to deal with global warming or any of this people screaming about trump or fucking hillary and I I would just sit there and watch this shit and everybody. In the shows I was watching was drinking and smoking. They wanted to kiss a woman. Only touch you know these big fucking gas guzzling cars. Ars there was no ramifications to any of the behavior the golden era and it made me feel like yeah man was born in the wrong era man fucking. That's it's always great to to to analyze with nobody else. I'm liking all these answers. Yeah compared to compare yourself to like movie stars come in and it also must be weird to be at all I the few times I've been like stoned or slightly drunk around like I don't do it often but if I around a kid kid there's always something a little weird about that but I only matches your well adjusted person. There's this thing that you just can't like 'cause I knew what was going to happen was eventually. She was going to be old enough to be awake when I was doing that. And I was going to normalize that sort of behaviour and then just like yeah. Whatever my dad drank you know Blah Blah Blah Blah? So I try. I tried to shield her from a lot of my problems. Trying to work out. Why like that? You say that about parents about that. We're all just. We have to leave Leib our childhoods behind got like the childhoods. We can't like because it doesn't exist in La. It's in your head right so that was a a really sort of great moment. When I had with my wife at one point I was just like you know what I fucking realize? It's like none of our our childhoods. Don't exist anymore. Yeah you're not this person. You're not that person you'll you and me me and our kid is us right and with her own thing. Sure she's around so whatever the fuck happened to you when you were four. What happened to me when I was six that we're we're still hanging onto it's not? It's not in any way affect her unless we're still hanging onto this shit all the time with parents hard. It's hard because you love them so so much and then you don't want to pass it onto and then what it is. Is it trying to stop one issue. You create this other issue right right you know through overbearing over controlling rolling sort of yet trying too hard. Yeah leaning the other way. What's your do? WanNa really pass on her. Like I disappointed. If she didn't get this from me or or get this from from Nia that you you're gonNA be Alright GonNa be all these people that are going to sell you shit. Fear everything from a car to you need two years of a language and all of this type of stuff like I wish I could go back and it's just literally listened to you. Do what you WanNa do and just know that so much shit that people are going to say to you in life. It's their reaction to this thing that they're afraid you're going to do right and if you've listened to them I mean I can't imagine how many incredible guitarist are working at home depot or how many hilarious people are like driving driving a truck or something like that and they wanted to do something and they just weren't surrounded by the right people because I wasn't strong enough to do this and just when I really look back the luck that I had a falling falling into this and how I somehow there must have been Ryan right right as I almost went off the cliff and I wouldn't have done it. This person came into my life. I mean there is a way so you can then look back in everything. Means something exactly those like you said earlier. Those that things you remember. I don't know but there's definitely things where I just looked like I just did a Gig when I was in Vegas and I and I still have that thing. Thank God I said to my wife I was just like can you fucking believe this is our life like I can't believe I'm GonNa go downstairs and get to act like an idiot for an hour. It's fucking awesome you can. I'm sure that in your pocket listener. You're probably I can. I can feel when you have a good show when you've come back from a tour when you were talking about the middle part of Europe how those state like Hungary. Although shows were Budapest I always on states I would fuck and do a special here. Yeah I was just like I fucking this. Yeah so you can hear that an a and to have the joint. I'm sure we both people who are at yeah. Warsaw Warsaw Budapest Vienna. They will all just like I was kept at the mid west of your if you stay out out of a defensive mindset and you just get into the different vibes of each country you can really have fun with it and just talked to him. I mean like Estonia Latvia. When you get to they're like do you know you just meet somebody where it's like? They're not trying to make you not comfortable there. Sure themselves and you're trying to tell them something and they're not gonNA LAUGH APP unless it's funny. It's and they're not buying unless they sell it to them. I'm terrible it's not doing anything to me. Why am I so uncomfortable? Comfortable around this person and I always thought there was a power move. You know those people who kind of like wait you out. You know what it's a test of you. Yeah is what it is in what you have to do what I always do. Is I find the comedy in it. So the comedy is like Wow I am so fucking comes this guy so you know what I'm GonNa do. I'M GONNA fucking overly overly commit to this and I'm just GONNA I'm GonNa go even. I don't know how to do that necessarily in a pitch. Because in defiance there's a thing with defiance alliances the self esteem toured. But you gotTa make sure you don't punch through the fucking self sabotage so the anger show or any sort of frustration show. Yeah Yeah where I had appeared in my life where I was so angry. Everything I said sounded angry Had this audition for this show. Gregory hines rest to Seoul. Had was GONNA do a Sitcom and I had this audition for it and it was one of those things where they will really far behind and right before I was going to go in. They went to lunch lunch so then it was another half hour and they ate whatever just came in and your own. No but I wasn't mad. I was nervous because I was going to producers service which used to scare the shit out of me back in the day says Blah so I came in I was like bill and I knew I was introverted and I knew I was angry and I and I was like you gotta say something in social so they see you're a good guy and maybe you can book. This and I came in there but everything I said sounded angry. I didn't know that so came walking in and they go. Hey Bill how're you doing. I'm like great I was launched is how I said it but in my head lunch but that's not always said it a a great house lunch and then you're like oh I mean we just got behind were saw and I was like oh no no I well I like like that and then they go. Let's do the scene in this guy taps and I look over. And it's Gregory Hinds. Oh God he was so into the show in such a pro that he didn't skip the auditions he wanted to see. If the VIBE with somebody oh my I went and Jess was all about. And he was all amazing I remember but he was hitting me with the sides. Oh come on man casual played with play. Let's play that's the worst. I just drove home in eight hundred court just like window down the thing as I watched Gregory my whole.

"burr" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

Life is Short with Justin Long

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"burr" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

"Y You're still defensive about monopoly. Maybe not about well also by pink I was. I'm GONNA say maybe you're a better sport. Well let's be honest about your temper. I think it's fair. I think we're an intimate place right now. I think we're in. We're in our house right. Yeah Yeah we should be honest about your temper. You had a temperature kit my former temper right you still. You don't have much of a temporary more. I will say but you had a really big temper as as a kid. You very competitive. I've done it. You also used to get really upset about your report card. Some you got PAT report card right. I remember you remember one time. We got a PAT report card and you came home and you you had in your hand. You're the paper pork on your hand and you're just coming around to the different parts of the house. Slamming a different wall's really of it with your hand. Remember it so clearly. I was so scared. Really Mania Devil. Yeah I would go berserk. I I was a very traumatic kid and then I would get very emotional There were many times I remember running away threatening that I was going to run away and then I didn't get the response I wanted so that made me more upset so I pack up a big bag. I'm making a big show on the cartoons like Wylie Coyote or bugs bunny they would always pack like a little sack. There was something very pathetic about it. And you know if you WANNA look pathetic back to your parents. Nice prop have anyway. Why are we talking about anger and our anger issues as kids? Mostly my anger and she goes. Even your temper pales in comparison not to our guest. Today Pales Pales Pales more than we are a very large temporary. What a great introduction? He's I've got lots of. He's also maybe the funniest person I've met. Yes likewise our guest today is bill burr. Who is one of the best comedians in the country? The world I'd say the universe. He is so funny and actually is an incredible actor too. And I don't think it gets the credit for that He's been in a bunch of movies. the two of US are on show that bill created a Netflix called efforts for family. It's an animated show. Bill plays the father of this family in the early nineteen seventies. I play his son. I play the oldest of his kids. This very angsty teenager named Kevin with about temporary. Yeah yeah terrible temper and we talk a little bit about this but it's it's one of the great joys of my professional. Life is getting to do scenes with bill. Were just yelling at each other. We just like screaming at each other. I'm almost always yelling. or He's as a teen. He's a fourteen fifteen year old so he's either really horny or angry tap tap monopoly days. Yeah it didn't take much I did. Actually it's really fun to be able to do that now in a controlled environment and for for something positive anyway. He's he was kind enough to sit down. He also so as a podcast that. Maybe our favorite podcasts. You both of those same folks. It is definitely my favorite podcast. I would say it's the one podcast that I never ever missing episode. I listen I listen. Every we are very loyal follower. I don't listen to his podcast Monday. Morning podcast and there is no one better. In my opinion there is no one better at talking to himself. And that's mostly podcast is every once in a while he has guest or his wife near comes on. But it's mostly him just just ranting and. I don't think there's anyone better at doing that. And it's weird. I didn't I recently. Met Him for the first time and but it was strange to meet him in person because listening to his podcast. You feel like I feel like and I know you can say this about other podcasts. And and this isn't on communists communist -sarily but I- legitimately felt like I. I I knew so much about him and I was so familiar with him that it seemed weird that I didn't know well I don't know him. Well I mean I don't know That outside just working on that show and and doing an animated show. You don't often get to be around the person usually we record separately. So his wife Neo Christian. I've worked with we've cushion. I've done punches into shorts that you can see on the other cabin dot com but NIA is is very good actress. She was kind enough to be in some of those shorts end and they have such a great relationship comes on the podcast because they are often antagonistic towards each other but in a really fun loving way in such. It's real but it's so fun to listen to how they fight through that in a loving way again and it's funny we. I think we've just gotten lucky in that. We've had a lot of guests on the show. Who are in really good relationships? You know yeah ones that. Are Kevin Bacon Cure Sedgwick. That's true and Kobe smolders. And they're like aspirational relationships. Yeah you. You're an release Japan. Yeah I'm not but I well. Maybe what now that when women here that I had a horrible temperature kid. They're GONNA love that they're gonNA. They're gonNA come knocking Anyway I I've always looked up to him for that for his sense of humor and he has a great special many great specials but his current sprint. One that's out now is a net. flicks is called paper tiger. And it's pretty brilliant. He's I should definitely watch that. He got an incredible mind. He's so oh quick. It was difficult to keep up with him but it was fun to try so I hope you enjoy my attempt at keeping up with the great.

"burr" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"burr" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Burr and Republican Senator seven thirty. I'm gonna talk about that. This only debate was not much of a debate. As most of what the. The attacks were were not attacked. It's unsaid. It's very much on said, for example, the attack on her age because one hundred and fifty years old. He will not say it. He will not bring it up. Maybe he refers to walkers. Maybe he refers to let me repeat Senator Feinstein what I just said Senator Feinstein I want to ensure you I would do a better job. Yes. Okay. Have a good time with that. I mean how I do in the Senate. Senator Feinstein depends on whether I have the right resource. We'll take a break and come back and do more handle on the news. The meantime, Jen. You've got an earthquake experts in so Kelsey an early warning system has become a reality. Now designers of shake alert are trying to get more partners to use the technology program director Doug, given says the alerts can stop dangerous activities before the shaking starts getting the alerts into schools into factory settings to slow and stop trains to protect water systems those are happening today. But he says the technology to send messages to phones like amber alerts is not there yet. He says photo alerts are an eventual goal Andrew mollenbeck KFI news is brought to you by sempersolaris. A makeshift memorials been set up in Redlands to honor a man who was killed in a hit and run crash. He worked as a school crossing guard. This woman tells NBC four the band watch out for her daughter sign went roll down the window and hang out and waved to him every morning, and he would responder which is the.

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"burr" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"burr" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Burs radio on the call. Yes. That happened yesterday. The Iraqis did battle back, but ultimately lost in extras atom Avino giving up an oath to RBI single by Mike Mushtaq stock is and look I've said this on the show, but blacks biggest weakness is also what makes him a beloved manager and a good manager. He trusts his team too much. Hot diggity. Scott over just struck out Jonathan scope, and I think that was Lorenzo Cain. And we headed to the eighth Rockies down one nothing which kind of ruins by chronological thing. I had going on here. But since it was happening. And I apologize for using the words hot diggity. I want to say something else, but I'm on radio, and I'm also at a high school football game. So I figured language is important. But anyway yesterday. Butt-black? He trusts his guys too much, and they in Edney, I think his team would say would drop the too much part. They just feel like butt-black has their back and not he's not going to you know, he's not going to. Do anything. He's gonna say, you know, what Adam you go out there. And you you do it man. I trust you to take down this guy, and he didn't and it costs them. Again, it makes him a great manager. But it also costs a mini costs the Rockies. And now here they are trailing one nothing going to the eighth. The crazy thing is that Jeremy Jeffress is up in the bullpen. I thought four sure that you would see Josh hater close out this baseball game. If the brewers had the lead because after the Rockies were able to tag, Jefferson, it could have been worse thing about if Charlie Blackman's hit down the right field line was a centimeter to the left. We might be talking about one nothing lead for the Rockies in the series. So I am shocked that Jeffress is gonna get another chance here. I guess the argument would be you had to bring in. Because the Rockies had end Desmond at third with. Nobody out you had to bring in Josh hater to try and get that third out against Charlie Blackmon. So it's not that they wanted to bring in Jeffrey. But you see they I would imagine that they wanted to try to conserve Josh hater if they can or at least not over extended so Rockies are we in for a nother late inning comeback. We will find out but hurt on Peres's RBI ground rule. Double the difference. Right now, Tyler Anderson was good again. You gotta give it to the guy. He was he was lights out against the nationals. And he pitched well today got in a couple of James, but was able to get out of it. And now it's just on this offense that again just doesn't like scoring in the first what seven or eight innings of these games. We'll keep you updated the best we can. And of course during football nine. The springs will have one eye out on it as well. There are other things going on in the world of Colorado sports. So let's get to it with story. Number two. Not.

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