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Fresh update on "burrows" discussed on CBS Sports Radio
"Here's Jeff Biggs, Murray and shotgun Kenyon Drake to his right. It's a hand off to break up the middle. He is hit at the line of scrimmage. Did he get in? He did touchdown, Kenyon Drake able to get the ball across. It's a touchdown for the Cardinals. All right. So Arizona gets on the board in Fox borough against the Patriots Cam Newton. His first pass attempt of the game was tipped and then intercepted perfect field position for the Cardinals on the road. They haven't played since they Lost that Thursday night game against the Seahawks in Seattle. Nice little break, Cuyler Murray was able to heal up his shoulder that got banged up in that game. He was not on the injury report. And the Cardinals. Cash it in the cam interception, and they lead the Patriots seven to nothing. Arizona trying to beat the Patriots for the first time since 2000 and 12 and, of course, Arizona in the Loaded NFC West, trying to make the playoffs for the first time since 25th team so that Zach what's going on there at Gillette Stadium? We've got a lot of points going on the board here quickly. And in a hurry right out of the gate, including the Giants and the Bangles and Cincinnati and the Giants struck first. Wayne Goldman, one yard touchdown run. And the big play that set up that tee Dee for the Giants was a 53 yard reception for Evan Ingram. I didn't know this, Andrew, but Evan Ingram, the Giants tight end Has now caught a pass and 40 straight games. That's the night, you know, considering how bad the Giants have been. That's a nice little streak impressive streak for Evan Ingram, but that set up that touched down the giant score, But the Bangles came right back there. I'm not going with Ryan Finley, who came in last week. When Joe Bro got hurt. We're all still everybody's bummed and heartbroken about Joe Burrows season ending leg injury, and we just most importantly, Often pray that he'll be back okay and have a full recovery. But Ryan Finley did not get the start. Instead, they're going with Brandon Allen and Brandon Allen. Didn't have to throw a pass because Brandon Wilson was hit with the returned The kickoff..
'Purple Rain' continues Broadway at the drive-in run in New York City
"Has changed cities across the country in New York Broadway shows her stalled until may of next year. But as the expression goes, the show must go on. NBC's Lionel Louise tells us how one group has found a way to do that. Broadway is alive in New York City through the sounds of one of the most iconic performers. Prince this show is It's really like elaborate concert series. Aaron Marcellus plays lead in purple Rain. It's part of the new Broadway at the Drive in Syriza Radio Park in a story of Queens to see the movie played on then, when the songs come where they're like Thanks. So then costumes and everything. See, you know, you can kind of put yourself into the film cast on stage with Aaron some of the entertainment industry's finest, also featuring Nick Burrows, Shiven Rechy, Bonjour, Boakye and Grammy nominated singer Lanista Randolph. Everyone's wearing masks, even those outside. Um and you can bring food is B y. O. B Or you can order food. You know, it's just the kind of nice to feel like you're at a picnic picnic watching the show. And or you mean your card. They bring the performances of the 1984 film toe life with their vocals and passion by the end of the show, Man, People are dancing in there up on their seat, and they're out, you know, screaming to the top of their lungs because we all have a bunch of stuff we just need to release Radio Park is not only creating a great event to go to, but it's also helping creatives through the uncertainty of the pandemic, providing work and a sense of purpose to not only the singers but also the band, the stagehands, producers lighting it. Sound concessions. The list goes on. We don't have jobs as arts workers, you know, so number one to be able to do. A show in the pandemic is just a blessing. It's a job in the city of dreams at a time. It's gone dark When you think about pandemic relief arts relief was the last and it's the least but we are a huge part of the workforce. Executive producer Jeremy Shepherd self funded the project in planning He wanted to ensure there was a safe space 20,000 square feet where we place 50 pick me Damn. So that is really socially distance. The tables are each in their own mark Box 12 ft Apart. One per group. Guests can also rent one of the 50 parking spots. They're both options. $100 a girl. People are afraid everyone's afraid people are celebrating. Everyone's celebrating. So be able to feel secure and celebrate. Feels like Oh, my gosh, Maybe we're getting some place.
Fresh update on "burrows" discussed on Rachel
"The football and sends it through the extra point. Good. Well, we talked about it with box coming into this game lap. There was an understanding that If you're gonna have a new quarterback with Joe Burrow being injured, other people would need to step up. I'm not sure we thought was gonna be special teams against a New York Giant Special teams unit, led by Joe Judge of former special teams coordinator was such pride for that it exudes out of the Giants organization. There's Wilson coming up with a big play. Yeah, and all it takes is one guy to get out of their coverage. Lane and Wilson hit it. One If you missed you missed the gap you're supposed to hit If you get out of your lane whatsoever to speed, these guys have the National Football League. It's over. And the thing is, it was straight line. He didn't have to Bob and weave. He didn't have. He didn't break it to a sideline. He went right up the gut. I mean, he never get outside of the hash marks in the National Football League. The hash marks real tight.
Alabama's Nick Saban tests positive for COVID-19, won't coach against Auburn
"Following that recent false positive. Alabama football coach Nick Saban testing positive for Cove until miss Saturday against Auburn quarterback Brandon Allen reportedly replacing injured Joe Burrow on Sunday against the Giants.
Fresh update on "burrows" discussed on Rachel
"Joe Burrows, honor. That kid has made a big impression on the football team. Go out and do your job. If everybody does their job. Nobody has to be the superstar superhero type player. Everybody do what you're supposed to do. Let Brandon now and do his thing and in his situation, don't try to do too much. Take what the defense gives you every single snap. They should be Okay. Mike. Growing New York Giants defense one of the best against the rush over the course of these past few weeks and run game, then with the absence of sick want, Barkley has somehow picked up a little bit of tread on the tires. All the sudden lap. It does feel unlike these Giants have a legitimate chance in the NFC East to make some.
Cicada: A Chinese State-Sponsored Advanced Persistent Threat Group
"Cicada It was the group's use of the zero log on vulnerability that first brought them to my attention. But the more. I dug into the background of their existence. The more interesting they became they are Chinese state sponsored and sanctioned and a highly capable advanced persistent threat. We know that's a pt group Known by several names cicada a pt ten stone panda and cloud hopper. They've been involved in cyber espionage operations since at least two thousand nine there. Cyber intrusions are generally aimed at large international japanese companies with attack Presence having been spotted in seventeen geographical regions and across multiple business sectors. The anna's not just japanese companies because affiliates or subcontractors which may well not be japanese but are connected to japanese. Parents are also targets There are an advanced persistent threat because they burrow into a large companies network and remain in place performing long-term intelligence gathering the business sectors they focus upon seemed to primarily be automotive pharmaceutical and engineering sectors. As well as managed service providers the group uses what has become known as living off the land tools meaning using what's available on a network and they do have custom malware which has been observed in the their attack campaigns including a custom malware that semantic as named back door dot heart. Ip it h. a. R. t. i p. They have not seen it being used By the group previously but now they're seeing it everywhere so it's a recent addition to their arsenal Among the machines compromise during the attack campaign were domain controllers and file servers and there was evidence of files being exfiltrated from some of the compromised machines. The attackers extensively use a newer technique known as deal l. side loading in the campaigns that at semantic has an as observed And they were also seen leveraging. The zero log on vulnerability that was patched in august of two thousand twenty so as we know a few months ago. It's been patched control. Lots of corporations haven't updated their internal machines. Zero log on Is beautifully suited for moving laterally within an organization. And we know we. We recently did a deep dive into one of the ransomware attacks which exactly you know and specifically user a log on for that purpose This deal l. Side loading takes advantage of the windows so called side by side or win s x s system To trick windows into loading a malicious dll for an application when that application is run l. side loading is becoming an increasingly popular means for sneaking militias code inside of windows operating processes. You know getting it into ram And it's very effective in avoiding antiviral systems so it should be no surprise that the present campaign was first discovered when symantec observed suspicious de l. l. side loading activity on one of their customers networks that triggered an alert in semantics cloud analytics technology would just part of their Endpoint security that the symantec endpoint security offering the activity was brought to the tension of their analysts to verify that it wasn't a false positive then it was passed up to their investigations team for further analysis since semantics instrumentation is widely spread throughout. You know they're a large customer base. Wants the so called. The indication of compromise was identified. They were then able to apply that across their entire coverage space to identify other previously unknown victim networks and enterprises and begin through through the visibility that they had to get some sense for just how pernicious and widespread. This thing was also wants something like this is discovered. It's possible scroll back. Through prior activity logs to reexamine previous behavior. That wasn't appreciated for what it was at the time and to carefully examine the timestamps on files that they now know to look for which were not previously suspect. This allows them to german. How far back. An intrusion took place although the keta group is known to have existed since two thousand nine in this case this campaign has been ongoing since at least mid october of twenty nineteen And up through the beginning of last month. October of two thousand twenty. The attacking group has been active on the networks of some of its victims for a full year. The campaign is very wide ranging with victims in a large number of regions worldwide They have found compromised corporate networks in the us uk france belgium germany the uae. India china hong kong singapore vietnam the philippines taiwan south korea and japan so this one group is widespread
NFL Week 11: Joe Burrow's Season Is Over
"All right. So we know jabbar joe burrow got hurt We know now that it is much much worse than they thought it was. He follows a line of players. Including rg three. Alex smith and kyle allen who have all sustained incredibly ridiculous injuries at fedex field.
NFC East teams all have 3 wins
"Here's a nice little funds that too about the nfc east right now. So it's basically a four way tie. Every team has three wins. The eagles have that one tiger as the bengals. Yup that put them half peterson. We laughed at him. Put that actually could design the division. He's a genius for doing that. Got it right The the los angeles rams are four. No against the nfc east los angeles rams have more wins against that division than any team in that division has against the other twenty eight teams in the nfl. I love it. I love it. So it's it's three six one and then three three and seven three seven three and seven. Yeah so thanksgiving day. What we'll leave winner of that game is in first place sole possession of the nfc. I'm genuinely excited for the. Nfc has been joel year. We've all had our fun but now that you get in the middle or late november all four teams able to possibly win vision that's awesome. It's awesome like that's actually a very fun concept to have. I ran the numbers inside my own brain. It's not looking good. It's more than fifty percent that the winter the nfc east is going to be six and ten who say it's not looking good for the washington new. They have a tough schedule. Everybody does if you look at every team's schedule from this. Guess because they're all bad. Yeah all bad so everything that they plays better than them which tough unless they're playing each other and they beat each other up because of the beast but every team basically has to play. I think two games against nfc west teams play three games against nfc west teams. This is classic that it's it's actually kind of breaking for the cowboys. A little bit because the cowboys play the washington for that might decide it. Football team can beat the cowboys. Then i think they have the inside track. Yeah the winner of that game is going to have the inside track. But the fact that they get They they play out the ravens should be tough but at the bengals without joe burrow than they have the niners in the eagles at home Do the washington football team having to play at steelers at niners verse. Seahawks that's gauntlet. It's tough going to be a tough. But they beat the dallas cowboys on thanksgiving. I think when you take into account that the football team has the best point differential in the division which is huge. Because i think that's like the sixth tie-break you have to say that it favors the football team and if the football team wins the nfc east. You can't change the name because then you have to play into the month of january and that there was the whole marketing schedule and they have to be the football team for another season. That
"burrows" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"The government also plans to auction off oil and gas rights to more than three hundred eighty three thousand acres of federal land in the lower forty-eight states in the next two months i mean this is a huge giveaway of all of our property of the comments. The energy department is looking to weaken energy efficiency requirements for showerheads. Well i mean it. Dovetails with the light bulb trumpet. What was that twenty seventeen really early on. But this was the light bulb thing. I can tell you this right now. During the obama years there were four or five years of constant constant pounding about the light bulb requirements and it actually was effective in terms of reducing our output. It was it was incredibly effective in terms of reducing the output. And the other thing that happens when you have companies are required to do these type of vicious efficiencies you get better products right well for for the viewers who didn't know like backing maybe twenty. Seventeen trump undid all of obama's lightbulb efficiency requirements. Were which were actually very effective in in reducing our carbon footprint just immediately it was a part of everything he did undid. Jesse gotten just now boom boom. In that instance. The lightbulb companies were like. We're not going to switch back right. We have no reason to. We are making it more efficient lightbulbs. They're actually better. We now have the ability to change their color. Like we have smart bulbs the led technology. They developed a expedited fashion because of these requirements. We saw it also with the cafe standards that he tried to to reverse and california was like. We're not going to do it. Yeah and the car companies like. We don't want you to do it because we just we actually feel more comfortable knowing that five ten fifteen twenty years out. We need to make far more efficient cars. So it's not just an un governing it's not just a deregulating. It's also alluding which i feel like. Sometimes the media misses right like it's not just getting rid of sins to be this old school conservative. Who says libertarian. Let the builders bill do whatever the hell they want whatever right like it's also so his friends and him can get rich quick really quick before it all dries up. I absolutely and also seeing things like The administration pressing ahead with other moves to expand energy development and scale back federal environmental rules the aims to finalize a plan to open up a vast majority of the national the national petroleum reserve alaska drilling to and to adopt a narrower definition of what constitutes a critical habitat for endangered species and when companies are liable for killing migratory birds. I mean they're going on a spree here and democrats need to call this stuff out because the we get reporting like this. But it's not gonna be you know. This is not a headline story for people. But it's it is important for democrats you know when we talk about why they lost down ballot right. It is because and joe biden. I think ran the perfect. Frankly joe biden campaign and that was i. i don't necessarily have a you know a whole lot of vision to offer. I don't necessarily a me. Has some good proposals. Some that are not so great but it's pretty banal said donation is different than policy. Throw this in the wall. Wherever he is he was offering people a choice. This is a referendum deal. Want donald trump or not. I am a non offensive. Cut me personally. But joe biden saying i'm a non-offensive replacement for donald trump. And i'm sure there were people who are like i. I've always been a joe biden fan. You know for years. I follow does work when he put the bankruptcy bill and wouldn't let people discharge their Their obligations in a way of corporation could be there could be people out there who are like that like i really appreciate the fact that he always had the credit card companies backs. Just cultural louise. Bff's with obama always kind of folks coe whereas aviators right. The point is is that that joe biden was presenting himself as a non offensive replacement for someone that everybody was Or at least seventy seven million people were offended by The problem is is that down ballot. That doesn't work. Because i don't need like i did in two thousand eighteen to vote for a democrat to send a message to donald trump. That i don't like him. Because i can vote against donald trump. The democrats did nothing to to tie. Donald trump to the republicans the opposites. They did the opposite. Joe biden was out there saying. Hey i want democrats go ahead vote for democrat. I want republicans. We need republicans. Nancy pelosi said this as well then. I'm sorry i get the sentiment we sh. We should have some tension within our but that's not the job of democrats to say that you should go out and support republicans we had it. We played a clip of chris. Coons the other day where he was asked by a news anchor you know after he had said republicans refuse to accept the the of this This election what are they saying in private. Well private there. Wishing joe biden. Good lock and they're saying president. I mean it's basically laying the republicans off the hook here. Is dick durbin doing the exact same thing. This is the democratic whip and he is once again leading understand. There's a reason why mitch. Mcconnell is not criticizing donald trump for not accepting the election results. Nasr because he's trying to motivate republican voters in georgia. There's a reason why. Law flir a leffler and purdue are attacking a republican secretary of state in georgia. There's a reason why. Lindsey graham is out trying to get that republican secretary of state to change votes states rights spray even though he's a senator from from south carolina. You gotta weigh in on georgia's secretary of state in their electoral process. They are trying to draw attention to what's going on in georgia and they're trying to demonize anybody who made it possible for joe biden to win the election by not throwing it to donald trump. That's what they're doing. That's the kind of hard ball they're playing. And here's dick durbin going out and i don't know if you could come up with a more contrary message then. If you're a democrat you need to go and vote in your in georgia. You need to to get people to vote. If you know people in georgia you need to get them to vote for war. Knock off here's dick durbin. This is him on saturday. I mean it's It's not point comfortable with the filibuster. Listen i live in the world of senate rules more than most. And i understand how they can be used effectively. How they can be a roadblock to anything happening. Here's the good news in conversations. I've had since november third with republican senators. We sat down and get thirty honest and very candidate on a personal basis and they're frustrated..
George Clooney reveals how and why he gifted 14 friends $1 million cash
"Shall we talk about george clooney. I'd love to. I mean it's great stuff. What a joy to wake up on a tuesday morning and just find a profile of george clooney and cheeky magazine. I mean i can't ask for much more in this life First of all this is the man of the year man of the year issue. An annual occurrence for gpo usually accompanied by a party or parties. there's some kind of fun. Dj set online slash than doesn't sound fun. at all. i mean george clooney is just like the de facto celebrity to me. It's just like you've for for me. Just because i love him so much more so than brad pitt. Who is you know. One of our animating figures. Of course their friends part of both their charm. George clooney has always been lovable because of playing doug on er those politics both of which are part of this piece. But i just feel like this was like best case scenario for a celebrity profile. What stood out about it to you. This is slightly awkward as we noted. Your husband wrote this but you know. Just talk about his work. Yeah let me see. I was not involved in this process and just reading it. You know differently than i feel like i know the man who wrote this you sleep. You wanna say through this these interviews were done over. Zoom as the as the peace explains for a number of reasons but for the health and safety of everyone in this time so like they were done in my house on and afterwards i was thinking about the fact that george has such a distinctive voice that i should have just stood outside the door and listened to george clooney talking like through the door. Because i don't think i think act just uses the zoom without headphones for these interviews. I don't think he wants to bring bluetooth into this experience. And screw it up even more. So i i regret not standing outside the door like a creep and listening to george. Clooney talk and i didn't do that so i really. I have no behind the scenes information. I just absolutely charming. And that's why you want from george clooney right you want him to be a like cary grant but for now and i just like a hugely charming informed person that you want to spend time with. I honestly want that more. From george clooney than i want like a movie directed by george clooney at this point or movie starring george clooney. You know there are many movies starring. George clooney that. I really enjoy but i just. I'm happy for him as like capital g capital. See george clooney. And what's nice about. The profile is that he seems to know that too and he's just like let me give you some more george clooney stuff and let me just tell you about how much i love my wife for awhile and let me just tell you how acting works. I thought that stuff was so fascinating. I love it when really talented people just like switch into their genius mode and like i'm gonna tell you this and i'm going to tell you this and he tells a story about e. r. n. Any tells another story and he's just like annotating the scene and it's like talking to someone who knows a ton of stuff. I thought that was fascinating. He shares an anecdote from steven spielberg students. Billboard tells them to stop moving his head so much. And i loved that because doug ross did move his head a lot especially when talking to carol. You assert like trying to like burrow into the moment. And it's like dude. You don't need to your doug fucking rossier water. Attrition your renegade pediatrician. He also so happy that zach got him to talk about the time he gave his fourteen friends. Each one million dollars in cash on honestly the details are so much better than you ever could have hoped for. This story came out. I think like almost two years ago. We talked about it at the time. I think randy gerber shared the information. Right yes and then. I think we talked about it on jam session and zack knew about it. And then zach wanted to ask you about it. So i'm gonna credit usually with that particular. Thank you thank you so much. Thank you so much zach. So george clooney like basically impersonated danny ocean one day. Although i think the other takeaways like owed any ocean it's probably a lot like george clooney and he got a florist ban that he rented for the day and drove to an unnamed location. Downtown los angeles richardson. huge vaults. Like just stacks of cash literally. It's kind of like the way they portrayed the vault in die hard three. you know. there's like all that cash. What i guess the vault i was imagining i skipped ahead. Because there's an ocean's eleven here too but keep telling this story you're doing great. I won't interrupt. He goes down like multiple levels below ground and just gets tons of cash and then puts a a million dollars in two fourteen different to me. Suitcases he says that it's much lighter than you would think. And then he loads it into the van and he drives away then. He gives his friends the money. And yeah the reference. The correlation to ocean eleven is shocking. It's stunning right right. There is like i can see the duffle bags of money notions eleven being carried out of the blasio and it is absolutely that and they also commandeered a swat car that like it's very similarly ban also underground the whole thing is like it's hard to believe it's real george clooney. Actually i made that up. It's not how i did it. And he just was like. This is the antidote. I'm gonna tell. I also surprised because it's like so close to the movie.
How Andbox Has Strengthened Ties to NYC During Covid
"And today we are talking and black eyed relatively new organization that is house right in New York City and is found immediate success in a few e Sports to talk am box. We have Rohit Gupta the co-founder of Chief product officer for a box. I'm sorry about that and we'll cutrone director of communication for an box Rohit. Thanks for joining the show. Thanks for having me at will I'm exposed to have you on the other side of the mic this time actually contributed to the show. Thanks for coming on happy to be here and yeah different different experience this time. It's a little bit odd to not be on the muted one. Now. You got the pressure on yeah. Yep. Yep. Glad to be here. So in addition to co-founding airbox road is also a partner at Sterling Venture Capital where he's worked for the last six years or so, but today we're really focusing on an box. There were the major organizations that pops up alongside the Activision Blizzard franchise leagues. They started with a top-tier team in the New York Excelsior and the OverWatch League before adding the New York sub Liners in the Call of Duty League. I had Mac the New York sub liners rookie on a show a few months back. He talked about how awesome it is to be played for an organization that Embraces New York as such a core level at both teams have found early success of cemented themselves as to AJ Ki tips to the key Brands really going forward about the OverWatch of Call of Duty leagues, but am box also expanded outside of the franchise world, at least for now by signing a valorous squad and she said they're based in America's most psychotic City and am box is closely tied their brand with the streets of New York that includes embracing the fashion world that covers the city a part of a Major Brands like Nike and create a unique collections for an box truck. Is a pro players it also includes the platform Battle of the borough's the first event was held up in summer as eight regions in and around New York field of three person teams in addition to the five iconic boroughs of New York Queens the Bronx Staten Island Manhattan and Brooklyn and box also included Upstate, New York, New Jersey and Long Island to really encapsulate the entire region Battle of the borough's plus a few more enslaved turn this fall as Connecticut joins, the mix in addition to those eight other regions, each event has had a price full of $50,000 and is held in fortnite registration is already closed for these fall match. The matches are set to begin on November 6th with the regional finals of December 13th at the Grand finals on November 20th. So we'll is director of communications. I totally get why other regions had to be included around New York, but I found New Yorkers could be a little bit testy about their Burrows. If you had any pushback from New Yorkers of the inclusion of those added regions like log, I like, Connecticut and upstate, New York. You know, it's funny you say that, you know, I grew up in Queens, right? So I definitely fundamentally understand the the amount of pride that that New Yorkers have when you're looking at a local metro area. I actually think that us going to more inclusive route and in bringing in, you know, Connecticut, obviously this time parts of Upstate New York and New Jersey. I think it actually just adds fuels the competitive fire. I think whether you're from Brooklyn or you're on the other side of the river in Jersey or Staten Island, there's there's always something special about where you're from and there's always something you don't like about where someone else is from so, you know, the the lines have been have been drawn in traditional sports for a while among a lot of different professional teams in New York and different sports package and we kind of embraced being New York see Sports org and and welcoming the larger tri-state area metro area if you will and we thought it was actually pretty fitting so long. We we really didn't get any pushback. I think that everyone was just kind of be here to jump in and compete and so who who was the best Long Island? Obviously one of the first competition so we're excited to see if Connecticut coming in now shakes it up a little bit. I love to see it. You know,
What if when you took your hat off it was full of spiderwebs
"Hey there folks in welcome back to what if world the show where your questions and ideas inspire off the cuff stories. I mr eric your host. And today we're starting off with question from patriot named izzy crashed and could hat fourth buydell. Wild that is truly something. I've never imagined and it makes me want to check my hats. But first we've got one more question from miriam. Hello my name is. Miriam and i six years old. My wife question is what if the dog had a bike in how wings and fluid all over. What if city by dan you so much miriam but before i get to that i gotta shout out for james happy. Belated birthday james and hello to your little sister lucy. Liu i've got a big bit boop to oran from riverside california. He likes minecraft and legos. Well not a shout from owen. Who seven from of michigan. And he likes to play super. Mario arrive. Got me al out. Far from san francisco. She's eight years old and she knows how to spell jfk f. correctly j. f. k. a. Aol we spell out the now. Joe joe burrow seed while my lash out is atlas. Age eight from bellevue washington. Either very special final shout out to a grown up boy named rin rennes daughter. Abby wanted to give a shoutout to her father who absolutely loves legos playing with his five children. wow rinse. sounds like one. Lucky dad indubitably. Now let's find out what if when you took your hat off. It was full of spider webs. And what fred. The dog had a bike and it had wings and he fluid all over. What if city fair release was enjoying a dinner at home with her partner. Sprite and their daughter pixie cotto tonight they were breaking the dinner rules a little bit by having the radio on so they could hear who won the what. If world presidential election below those hero parody on the radio. Now papa lose. Voice came out of a tiny speaker in a little old fashioned radio box or i'd after a lot of kids voted all over the world. Although wetter i'll add slide is odds they for dramatic effect. Not because i misplaced the envelope as that as a buck barker oak mexico. Let's just ten the radio off and enjoy our dinner. Martha it's ever so important. Who looks after. What if we're gonna have to agree with pixie. Gato find but we're shutting the radio off and enjoying odd in a moment. He announces the president. While it's bad at excited two hours of may search out by house looking for the envelope. That good tapes. They answer to that question. You all bad. Asking all the search for the oval lopa. I forgot what my question was. Who's going to be president of farrelly. Did he hear me through the radio. I did just hair you through the radio. It's your day but they all below okay but you clearly me that time to anyone else who baby shower. They got their radio right now. Yes i did just it. Faira lease god bore boats by far that eddy other candidate. But i didn't know. I was running for president. Just dead farrelly's didn't even know. She was roddick. Ver- president laura. He must be able to hear me right. It seems likely mother. Yes all right. Let's set up all ladies. Gentlemen people of all kinds off giant on a magical creature of horror as just burst. Its way into my studio and snow. These into war of the worlds type peak. Dc's actually happening gotha go. How dare yo break at studio. This is very clearly a tool shed. The owen porter biker afforded. A place ed's a studio by jabba. Said so what i said. You said that the wherever microphone adds up odds studio. I said that to get you out of the house. Well i'd had a nice rageh must've been some mistake with the presidential election. What did you hear the will say ads right here. No amount of paper wrinkling would make me believe that. The people voted against. I didn't vote against a lot of them voted for you. They have it. I have of dow. I just tried to soften the blow. You lost you lost big time.
COVID cases spike in 2 Staten Island zip codes in New York City
"Our next president has kind of overshadowed the fact that we're still in the middle of a pandemic and New York City health officials pinpointed a spike in covert cases and two zip codes one or 305. In 10314, both on Staten Island one. He's sure the other central part of the burrow. We never want to see an uptick in any community. But in this case in your case, we've caught it early and we will do everything in our power to deploy resources and joined the fight with you by your side. We're in this together with you and we will succeed together. That is New York City's test and trace director, Dr Ted Long, saying they have 10 new testing sites, plus large wrapping testing sites at places like the Saint George, very terminal, all on Staten Island. And for the third time this week, New
Bengals start fast, find combination to close out Titans
"Joe burrow threw two fourth quarter touchdown passes in the Bengals thirty one twenty victory over the Titans Burroughs first TD pass was a nine yarder to Tyler Boyd extending Cincinnati's lead to twenty four seven with thirteen fifty five left borough was twenty six of thirty seven for two hundred forty nine yards and no interceptions as Cincinnati improved to two five one one two plays go our way over the last couple weeks and we're six into right now seven one but now that we can make those plays until today and it feels good to Michael the Titans lost despite their can reach one hundred twelve yards rushing and a touchdown Ryan Tannehill was eighteen of thirty for two hundred thirty three yards two TD's one interception for the Titans score now tied with the calls for first place in the AFC south I'm D. ferry
Zombie fires a growing risk in the warming Arctic
"During warm month's wildfires can burn across the Arctic. When fall arrived cooler wetter weather usually helps extinguish the fires. But some only appear to be gone despite the blanket winter snow the reemergence spring returning to life. Like. Themis. Jessica McCarty is director of the Geospatial Analysis Research Center at Miami University in Ohio she says Zombie, fire can occur when wildfire Burns peatlands areas that are covered with carbon rich layer of dead plants. The fire gets so hot that it burrows down into the Pete and moves underground even after the surface fire is extinguished so that when Spring Melt occurs, it dries out the soil above it and allows the fire to reemerge on the surface. She says, Zombie fires are a growing risk as the climate warms. Permafrost, thaws as more Arctic peatland dries out they'll just be more fuel for them to burn said the likelihood of them doesn't crease for that reason. These fires are hard to find monitor in the Arctic. Because of harsh winter weather so like their namesake Zombie fires are difficult to kill.
Juanita Holmes Named New New York PD Chief of Patrol
"Ah, history making promotion at the NYPD Police Commissioner Dermot Shea says Juanito homes, walked the walk and talks the talk. She has been a precinct commander. She has been a P ECE commander. She has been a borough commander. She understands this city homes recently returned to the NYPD to head the collaborative policing unit, and she's been going to each burrow on a listening tour. People want to be heard, but they have to play an intricate part. In crime reduction as well as improving quality life homes, those among new appointees to top positions. They include three other women, two of them. African American Mayor De Blasio says this is how the NYPD and the city makes progress on these new leaders will help us take that to the next
Hurting Mayfield, Browns score late, outduel Bengals 37-34
"Pick and Joe Borough. You know what the rookie for the Bangles has been marvelous this year. Burrow with a long count stops the right foot. He Higgins goes in motion. That's actually Giovanni Bernard got her own throws for Bernard catching touchdown. Bangles a gutsy call, and the Bangles capitalized as they throw it on fourth and inches, and Burrow throws a touchdown pass to Giovanni Bernard Dan Horde. Dave Lapham, Cincinnati's ESPN 15 30 in the Bengals radio network. So 30 for 31, Cincinnati now This is a Cincinnati team, but his known fourth quarter leads this year, but when they've led after three quarters, they've been outscored in the fourth quarter 39 to 12 coming into this game, and this game featured five combined, go ahead touchdown passes in the fourth quarter. Most in the fourth quarter in NFL history in the last one belong to Baker Mayfield, and here we go there, second down and 10 of the 24 yard line out. They come shotgun. Karim Hunt in the backfield to receivers
Researchers discover fossils of new species in Arizona
"Among a vast expanse of petrified wood and eastern Arizona. Say they have found a new species, the tiny borrowing reptile, part of the group known as Dre Panis, oars from about 220 million years ago. Researchers from the Petrified National Park in several universities published their findings earlier this month. They say this new species is stranger than its relatives because it has claws allow it to burrow rather than climb and live in trees, like normal things will do. The people who oversee
Judge Denies Jussie Smollett's Request to Throw Out New Charges
"Judge has again denied a motion to throw out of court case against former Empire Actor Jesse Small, lead WG and try and Burrow Theo Sendero brothers testified in 2019. They helped Jesse smaller, fake a racist, homophobic attack, but the charges against the actor were dropped Small. Let's attorney Tina Glady and argued the statements shouldn't have been reused when the second grand jury was assembled. Eventually indicting split on six new charges Lindy and says the special prosecutor should have instead called the brothers back, but prosecutors say the judge did not invalidate the initial charges when they were dropped. The judge agreed.
Chad Ochocinco, Carson Palmer meet in Idaho
"What's the story of chaired junk Ken Johnson and, of course in Palma, reuniting What a great sight to see. With Chad heading up the Idaho visit with Carson for awhile, just Oh, my goodness. The amount of content that they were putting out was just so entertaining, but I mean, obviously, we got to start with the fact that they had a video chatted with Joe Burrow and tea. Higgins congratulating them. I'm getting their first win in the N F l. I just thought that was absolutely phenomenal on their part. You want to go to those lengths to show to give them their congratulations and kind of like welcoming them into the league and and really highlighting their first W together, right? That's
How the White House is Taking On Remote Work
"After president trump and several White House staffers tested positive for the corona virus. The West Wing is now doing what many companies have been struggling to do. Since March have lots of workers make a quick shocked to remote work. As we've seen, that's a pretty tall order even without highly classified government information on the line our cybersecurity reporter David Bertie has been looking into what? That shift entails for the White House and he joins us now to explain Dave. Thanks for being here. Thanks for having me. All right. So I don't think any listeners would be surprised to know that the White House had pretty strong digital defenses prior to all this, what their pre pandemic setup look like with the White House has been investing for about two decades particularly since. The September eleventh attacks in just allowing the government to function in the event of an emergency. So a lot of cases that just means along people to work remotely in a normal situation over the last five or ten years in particular more and more staffers who work in the white. House. Have taken advantage of a variety of digital security measures that they have just work at. Nights, weekends it Cetera. So they don't have to go into the office at all times having said that as you might expect, there's a lot of work. The White House does that can't go off site particularly with regard to classified information. So that's where you might have a few hiccups in terms of the workflow and what people might need to actually come on site to do. And how they reacted since the onset of the pandemic. There's been at least one instance since the pandemic began when the administration learning of a positive covid nineteen tests advise certain employees to work from home as a precautionary measure. We saw that again on Friday once a number of these positive tests started coming out there were directives handed out to White House staffers that at least some of them should start working from home as opposed to coming into the office but as to this point is unclear to what extent that's true for the entire staff. So there may be certain staffers within the White House who still have to come in depending on what their job duties entail. Obviously, we have a situation as the case with many companies were there essentially triaging data in different processes? So stuff that is So essential needs an extra layer of defense will come unto. White House grounds were data can be encrypted with additional physical defenses. There's checking points where people have to use cards inside you have that juxtaposed to sort of less sensitive data where people can access the White House office through what you are. I. Might Use such as a VPN virtual private network, which essentially allows you to burrow underneath the defenses of your office space. Dave, this is all happening as we've seen an uptick in hacking attempts we've been talking about on the show bit how does that play in here? Will. There have been an uptick in hacking attempts for pretty much every type of organization out there you have schools. As you discussed last week, you have every type of company under the Sun, and then of course, various government agencies and the electoral process in general. Now, we have a few different aspects with the White House. In particular one being the president's health there have been numerous mixed messages coming out of the White House in recent days as far as how sick president trump has been the mere fact of how sick or healthy he is. Becomes really valuable piece of information. So we spoke to a couple of former White House officials who worked in it and cybersecurity in recent days, and he said not only will the white. House medical team potentially targeted by foreign hackers who want access that information but also the people around medical team that could be people who work with the family dog walkers was an example given to us anyone who sort of in there at that orbit or has devices within those people's orbit could be potential vector for an attacker aside from net you also have. Run of the Mill White House work have you have staffers working in policies that working on communicating with the press and the public and what have you? So each one of those people can also become a target as well whenever you're in a remote work situation and you go outside of your normal offices defenses, you become more vulnerable. It expands what cybersecurity folks called the attack surface. So if You're using a personal device, a personal laptop as opposed to the one that might be government issued that certainly a little bit more dangerous than having haven't been working normal office space and we've been talking a lot about the risks of a more spread out workforce for businesses and other entities. But with this situation with the White, house there really seems to be even more on the line here. I mean it doesn't really get much bigger than this. Right? You have the leader of the free world with a potentially deadly disease a month out from the election during an economic calamity. There's a lot of moving parts here and I think everyone who might want to take advantage of a situation such as this is probably think about it at this point I don't think it gets much bigger than this and as we spoke to a number of former administration officials as well they basically said upshot is the normal day to day business at the White House is going to grind to a halt. It's almost inevitable in a situation as crazy as this. For any organization at company is school, etc. When you're dealing with shocks, just sort of the day to day work of that particular organization to tends to slow down. But I would also say that like if you were to rank of the places in the world, they're the most secure the White House would probably be top of the list so they are. Potentially vulnerable to more threats than anyone else and they're going through the weirdest situation possible on the other hand, they do have the highest walls around. In terms of cyber defence is that pretty much any place in the world could have.
Sole Survivor: The 1869 Yellow Jacket Silver Mine Fire
"April seventh eighteen, sixty, nine, the miners of gold hills yellow jacket mine said goodbye to their families and went to work like any other day. They had no idea that many of them wouldn't ever make it back home. Later that morning uncontrollable methane fire broke out at the minds eight hundred foot level collapsing timbers, and quickly spreading to neighbouring minds. The miners were trapped below with no chance for escape in what was probably the worst mining accident in Nevada history. Yeah. They used to have those methane lamps the did in the minds and they would go out if the methane levels got to a certain level and. Stuff like the candles. And Methane Cub Blam Yeah Oh. Yeah. I mean, I worry about that a lot too because I have a buddy. My best. But up in Idaho Jim Belton he works in a silver mine too and I always worry about them I. mean they have air blast it's. Very dangerous. I got nothing but mad respect for minors man yeah. It's hard work. Hammer Dangerous Oh. Yeah. Working deep any earth as a minor is a job with many hazards including poison gases, explosions collapses, floods, and fires to name a few. To minors like James Dunlavey, the risks were just part of the job. Dunlavey did not dwell on those dangers as he worked in the yellow jacket mine in Gold Hill Nevada, the mind and sister mineshafts were burrowed more than one thousand feet into the Earth as they extracted silver from the comstock lode. Each labyrinth of Mining Chamber was supported with heavy timbering in this tinderbox would minors lit their work with candles or lamps in the US blasting powder fractured the or for removal? The yellow jacket was a great silver producing property at the extreme southern end of the comstock lode. Nothing was more feared by gold and silver miners in a fire in a mine. As the pockets of or a cut away taken out cavities or chambers are created. The overhanging ledges of rocks are supported by Timbers to prevent the rock from caving following the tunnels are drifts reaching out for hundreds of feet in many directions from the shaft completely lined with beams and boards. Sometimes enormous cavities in a mine created by the removal of great pockets of or require eight, hundred and nine hundred thousand feet of timber that is. As Lot would yeah, it is. That's a that's a lot of flammable dangerous would had certainly is. Once again mad props because I have seen some of these things. You've seen it in movies I've seen it in real life. Yeah. It's some of these areas they are vast. Hoping for for your one hundred yards in some cases. And there's nothing supporting this rock, right? Right. I mean it's solid rock. It's holding together but man what is like caves but this is man made stuff see. So you know cave ins and stuff always dangerous. The shaft is face with heavy timbers links a deep and well-worked mind becomes a stupendous subterranean honeycomb of lumber. If a fire broke out any part of the lower levels of a deep mine, it would create a difficult situation for firefighters to get to any minors below level or beyond the point in the drift where fire occurs have little to no chance to survive. They are almost certainly killed before the fire reaches him by suffocation from gases or smoke that reached him I. Yep, and it Burns all the oxygen. Now, the chef exactly no suffocate drop them. It's bad. The comstock minds went down two to three thousand feet into the sides of Mount Davidson which increase the danger of fire would cause. So around eight am on Tuesday. April six, eighteen, sixty, nine. The nightshift miners were clocking out in the early days shift honors coming in. A careless minor perhaps tired from a long night or just excited to be heading home left a candle burning on a wall of timber. Some nine hundred feet deep in the mind which eventually set fire to supporting timbers food. The candle probably burned for hours and served as a life for the miners but having been left behind the flame eventually reached the pinewood on which it stood. The blaze started a chain reaction of disasters. Yeah. I bet it did Dunleavy who was working on the nine hundred foot level was alerted to the catastrophe when he heard the distinct crashing a falling rock. Debris tunnels forcing choking gases and dust into the yellow jacket in neighboring Kentucky Chefs. While running along the nine hundred foot level dunleavy spotted a wall of flame as he raced towards the main shaft, he gave the signal for fire, but the crackling of the Burn Pine Timbers was so loud that his warning shots were drowned out you. Dunleavy, remembered sending at the opening of the nine hundred foot level upon the yellow jacket shopped and heard the screams of minors on the levels below. Airport and from the Kentucky Mind acted like billows and fan configuration as it swept along the nine hundred and eight hundred foot levels and through the laterals to another neighboring mine. That is horrible. It's terrifying is. Horrible what a WAY TO GO TO UTAH? No, you would just. Yeesh the roof collapse around Dunleavy, and he began to choke on the fumes and dust he lay on the floor and pulled a heavy overcoat over himself. This act helped save his life. He was the sole survivor of the nine miners nine hundred foot level. He slipped into unconsciousness and did not wake until hours after he had been rescued
"burrows" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
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Intel eighty if you thought Joe burrows really intelligent he keeps proving that time and time again that he has more intelligence than even we could have given him credit for play people giving him advice to not side with the Cincinnati Bengals on April twenty third when they have the number one pick in the draft that we get in if it's only part of the coverage on ESPN radio live live live right here all over the place Steve Bartkowski from info quarterback said Hey if I you Joe Berle I wouldn't do it and then Joe Burke has been the kind of person that is going to take everything and put it into a big picture focus he has said all the right things in terms of Hey I just can't wait to get to the National Football League but he also told the fort worth star telegram this week look this is a long process right the Bengals have their process that they have to go through and so I'm blessed to be in the position I'm in if they select me they select me I'm going to do everything in my power to be the best football player I can be end quote perfect right maybe it's a my l'agence but as good as it gets yeah he's got leverage he does have leverage Ellis I've got to know borough bit having had it covered all issue on your ideas can radio what eight nine times the last two years I was about you get a imitation of family reunion in the summertime and SO many times you saw on I was standing in back to refer you know right down in baton Rouge by Mister ruff similar to the brown family is right over here for you same table every time and it's also but this is a young man who loves a challenge he took on the challenge of playing quarterback at Ellis you for how many years Freddie we said at Ellis is missing one piece that's it one piece he walked in I'll never forget Devon white you know the number five overall pick in last year's NFL draft telling me the story of one borough got on campus decided he is gonna be a grad transferred Ellis you last two summers ago and he sees seven on seven sprints going out there Lee being led by Devon white they turned around goes I'm coming to do just committed thing is coming to LSU acid trainer a man Greg yeah I need I need to running shoes shorts and a tee shirt is why my teammates throughout your running and all the studies show it just those changes and start running sprints well that's a leader right there that that's what you need in a quarterback and he accepted the challenge of being that one piece but hello she was missing a lead them to a ten win season last year and then a national championship well I say last year two years ago and then at the night the Natty this past season in a fifteen to know you're in a record breaking season the bangles aren't going to scare this guy away he knows the history he grew up to one twenty miles from Cincinnati in east Ohio this whole mentality to me his DNA be a coach's son of the guy that I've seen and got to know a little bit is tell me the X. in the why and I'll get you dizzy meaning when he meets with the bangles the combine in tell me what you're free agent plans are tell me your biggest needs I've studied you my dad and I have started U. my entire club meeting is is is his entire group have looked into what we believe you need to tell me what you put your plan is tell me your free agency plan yeah and if I like it I'll get you dizzy right and if I don't Hey man first John Elway you are manning and if you're Joe burrow especially based on the previous history the Cincinnati Bengals you do not want to have your career go there just fall apart die because they done that the quarterback's before court bags when any good in court about the really good even Carson Palmer said when he was finally free the bangles it felt like a weight had been lifted off his shoulders if I'm Joe bore on making sure that I do not have the carry that weight like that Beatles song at the back of overcome that like other guys not able to do in Cincinnati you know the the Carson Palmer thing though I'll it's always comes back to me and I'll never forget it in his first playoff game wild card game version wrapped around going the first offense of possession he gets his knee blown up by the Pittsburgh Steelers if that play doesn't happen I mean they're in the playoffs right if if he doesn't get his knee busted up they were favored in that game today with a better football to it what a how how much does that narrative change and that that's the amazing thing about sports how one moment can change every thing in your entire perception not just about a game or a season but about an entire franchise yeah those are the things that Joe burrows thinking about those who want to be involved in that if he doesn't want to be he's so that he knows that big picture extremely extremely well in a is to accept the challenge on the so that the bangles sometimes you can accept a miracle and I need to have somebody else take on that miracle anti you easy if it's some of them Freddie Coleman and Freddie effort Simmons and ESPN radio series X. Intel eighty what if someone offered to pay you to help them with almost a hundred and fifty seven pounds of pot that brings us the Greg Robinson offense of linemen of the Cleveland Browns stay in the state of Ohio he was busted with almost a hundred and fifty seven pounds of marijuana when he was with an ex NFL player Quan Bray and they were stopped on Monday evening after a border patrol drug sniffing dog alerted to the real cargo door of the twenty twenty Chevy Tahoe according to documents Robinson Bray would not trying to reach into the country from Mexico they're trying to get from Los Angeles to Louisiana and hit the checkpoint on the way that's a the strangest part of the story here's the strangest part of that story according to Jim Trotter Greg Robinson with the pastor number to me in a quandary would you take it I will pay you pass the two says what do you mean Robinson there's a lot of marijuana can you take it passenger to learn is there's a hundred fifty seven pounds of wheat in the back of a rent the Tahoe he was willing to avoid twenty years of federal prison the one that pays some body the take a hundred fifty seven pounds of pot and take the rap and take the rap I'm looking at him going no end to hell no one that's a that's a felony in again twenty years and then in Big Boy prism yep now and he had no earthly idea that was in the back of a Tahoe no clue I guess not it may be in another another pastor somebody either way man this this is a Greg Robinson is is one the biggest bust in recent about history as digital eight twenty nine million dollars and take come catches two thousand fourteen while he's telling a hundred fifty seven pounds a weed and by the way did you not think if you're going to go from Los now the wheezy out of that going through border patrol would not race suspension this business healing tested the product.
"burrows" Discussed on Spark My Muse
"But for what song can bring of Solace and delight so that's the second section the last one it is an everlasting yes and it begins with two lines. The opening two lines of palm from a poet I cherish beyond. I would say all others Wallace Stevens. These are the lines from Stevens after the final. No there comes a yes and on that yes. The future world depends after the final. No there comes a yes an on that yes. The future world depends that is an amazing declaration of faith in its purest truest form. We live in a world of knows we hear all the time. No you can't do this. No we shouldn't do that. No that's not possible and in one sense there is a truth in the nodes. It's not all fiction. It's not all bad fiction. But it's not the final word and Stevens among the I would say all poets whether they say it or not speak for worth out of the conviction that there is a yes S. on which the future what Stevens called the future world depends there. It is an affirmation that is stronger than all all indications that seem to be burdening society and culture hours in our own day his kids day and is that the claim of that. Yes it is I think subversive and radical and even if I dare to say this perfect whether it's a poet writing a rapper rapping an artist creating whatever it might be that in every single form of life. The nose don't deserve and shouldn't have the last word. So this is a section called an everlasting. Yes let me simply read the first call which is about a season yet to come but as I look out on my backyard which in the spring will be covered little with crocuses. I know that the crocuses are there there. Even though nothing of them showing the promise of green another spring stirs from winters hold with the hoped-for and hidden waiting to be revealed once more songbirds returned to fill the crease of morning or the radiance of their song their music drifting about among trees thick with silence and the promise of green and I want to believe that love is stronger than death and forgiveness deeper than the habits of hate and I want to know that what now lasts an always will is the lure. More of an everlasting. Yes that's sums it up. There's nothing really more that needs to be added. I did and I think each of us is called to glimpse that truth and to give form to it in our lives in whatever ways we we uniquely can and that's why. I was writing Poetic Theology in his day. And rilke was writing poetic wittig witness in his day and why. I continue to ride proms in our day. Now can you share with The people listening where they can find you online to find out more about your work or further information sure. My website is probably best place to start M S burroughs. It's M. S. B. U. R. UH-HUH WS DOT COM. You'll find some a selection of poems. Some podcasts some academic lectures given that were videoed and quite a few less formal things. So that's a good place to start. Obviously the the books are available at your local bookstore. And if you can't find a local bookstore then you can order them through Amazon Dot Com. The books are the translations of real estate and of the the Iranian German poets. Contemporary poet decided whose book of Poems Ninety nine songs translators to about five years ago support for this and other kinds. We didn't even get to get to that one. I forgot I that's the one I didn't crack open But that looks the tastic remarkable election by the truly inspiring voice from this sort of come out I call it they. He Brigetti of those who live across cultures of an Iranian refugee to Germany. We spent his life in Germany and has become one of the most respected widely esteemed poets writing in Sherman in our day. Well that's probably a great place to wrap it up. I am just delighted that we got to have this conversation. And you you could share some of your work and you definitely have an open invitation anytime you the center book my way come back on and and let's do this again I I it. It was a bomb for the soul. They could lease. It was great to talk with you and I I wish all of our listeners. Every blessing a life of love and some glimpses I ever lasting. Yes is stronger than every everything else.
"burrows" Discussed on Spark My Muse
"As the Apostle Paul described the light comes out of the darkness not into darkness? And he's talking about the creation stories during a kind of what we would later. Recall amid rush on the Genesis story that God prince fourth light out of the chaos out of the darkness. Oh separates light on the DART so that we have day and night we can see by day and learn to feel by. Here's a poem to to that point. It's called duck the hungering dark with grant from the theologian writing at the cusp of the Middle Ages at the end of late. Antiquity Hippo. Say Augusta what happens when we measure silence and say that given period of silence lasted as long as a given sound. It's an remarkable though this in his confessions what happens when we measure silence. I I mean that could could be could provoke a meditation that could last a few moments a few minutes a few days a a few years a few lives. What happens when we measure silence? I need to stunning claim. Here's a poll and actually a poem that it was inspired at a time. Not Unlike the season where we're living through right now early advent can't late fall early winter living in Maine at the moment and for the most part the case has now passed overhead and they moved further south this it has to do with watching that yearly migration back to the south. It begins like this the hungering dark alone. Goose Driss out across the empty crease of sky above stumbled fields below not heating the flocks. This broken line steering her course alone into the pooling magnitudes of night from where I walk the listening to her cry she'd passes high above and Singley by and wait but here no answer to her fervent call minutes pass as she pleads her case over and over against the crease of death a reminder of a gift once given and taken back again call that drifts into the hungering dark death in the wide sense that the loss of what we cherish loss. Look for in this case just watching a single grew separated from the VP. You see you know the kind of wage crossing the sky from north to sell all in the bottom days and occasionally goose loses track and stops ups for reasons. We can't know and it's that sense of losing that continuity that's terrifying. It could be the loss of relationship Asian chip in our own lives the dissolving of a relationship. We thought would be permanent. Thought would be in. In some sense. We use the word lightly eternal which is taken from us in an ruptured relationship in death in illness in despair. And you know in a sense there is a call comes from our lives even at those moments into darkness that he's not an empty artist but it may be a hungering darkness and when we can begin to see the darkness in that way. Perhaps that loan cry our around like two lone cry of goose in this whole P.. Met By another one who lost their way. Another lose their ground lost their path and is also crying out into the hungry dark so oh you know. Darkness is something that is it chance for us to find each other but in a very different way than we do flooded with happiness and joy of are confident. Gordon seasons in our lives I noticed that there are some headings in and how did you decide how you would collect these poems together. That's a great question three sections actions and in a sense these were the three themes that That have shaped my life. Not just in these recent years but I would say my life over the many years. The first part is called this long listening and my own sense is listening is one of the most essential at least practiced forms of human attentiveness. That we have in part because we're bombarded now with no ours all of the time I'm always struck by that when I leave Europe and come back to the. US You cannot go through. In many cases the music blares in in in speakers in the downtown region. Certain if you go into a mall something affecting all the time and we stopped listening killer. We stopped listening period. Because it's simply too much for us so we were called as humans to in a sense. A kind of obedience a word which at its root is from the word to listen to pay attention inch into to listen to what's beyond us in the house so this long listening the Second Section as true as song it. It does anything that I've realized in my own life over these years. It's the song is one of the truth forms of communication that we have. I was giving a really interview a few years ago in Australia. was there on a reading tour speaking tour. The interviewer provocative open by saying nobody listens. Nobody reads poetry anymore. Poetry gone it's it's so out of sync with our times. How can you dare the air to come here and repatriates when this program is over and your hearers turn the radio? Dial to another station Asian. They're going to they're going to encounter. Poetry is what we live in. We leave poetry. We call it music. We call folk music. We call it rap music we call it pop we call we. We call it balance. Whatever it is we live in music? We've always lived in music. As far as we know humans have cultivated the capacity of the boys to do something unnecessary but essential and that is to sing to find something beyond on the cadences of our spoken language. which if you look at the cadences of my speaking language or of yours any of us? Ah We're always within maybe five or six or seven notes on the musical scale three scales and everyone can sing too so we can seem far more expansively than we speak burks notice. They never had to learn they. Same without regard for the necessities of mating. They sing where they made but they seem all your lungs. They're not meeting all year long. So what's going on with some. There's something there we saw that so essential that to me. It reminds us of something that belongs to the heart of our human condition addition. And here's a poem that says from that section what we're made for with an epigrams from a marvelous contemporary Philosopher French philosopher named jean-louis Trenton. Song opposes the power of distance. There's another line to spend a long time. Pondering Song opposes the power of distance the short poem in couplets eight lines lines long. There are at least three reasons to sing because we can sometimes because we must and yes because deep down truth Bruce said the hardest things silence does not deserve the last word because after all is said and done. We're not made for the clarity of prose.
"burrows" Discussed on Spark My Muse
"Of underscore. What what that means in a in a deeper way absolutely the vernacular meaning the mother tongue the common language of the People Churches Language in the Western church European being church since Since the early centuries ad been lack was in a way understandable it was a world what became a world movement Christianity. They needed a common language to communicate across these cultural differences and distance. Since the late later Middle Ages saw proliferation. Ration- really loved the for Nacuer as a way of communicating with people Francis of Assisi famously. wrote only in the Italian of his day which is kind of modernized Latin. After all and after ECKERD's death hundred years later Julian of Norwich again famously. At least we can say that today wrote in English probably the first writings by a woman theologian in English that we have so the later Middle Ages One might even call vernacular age. It was an age when churchmen began to realize church. Women I should add began to realize that communicating with the masses required required moving beyond Latin and indeed many of the priests backyards day probably not including the Dominicans who were highly educated your typical parish priest in rural Germany appointed. After all by the by the do not by Bishop. That's another story for another podcast They may have. They may have had enough. Latin The office the prayers and to recite certain familiar texts. It's like the our father. They may have understood very little Latin otherwise so in a way. ECKERD's moved to to away from Latin. He wrote in Latin. His academic treatises were written in Latin but his move to preaching the vernacular was part of a wider tradition in his day. What I'm so surprised about when I read Car is and this can have something to do with the translation into English. But that it sounds on so modern and it it's it really moves me To read his work. And maybe you can pull out a few things that are meaningful to you or the kind of exemplifies some of The they're such a deep quality There's such a template of mysticism put it's very It's not too heavy but or anything but it's it's relatable and I think that there are a lot of people even even outside of Christian in tradition who have appreciated his work And I think it's it's just it seems like an as you're describing him it seems like he's pastoral in that way. Yeah well that's that's certainly true. You've asked the whole opened up a whole variety of things to talk about here. The the first thing. I shouldn't say that the two books that John Sweeney and I wrote together and have published over the last several years are not strictly speaking translations that is not uh narrowly rendering from from ECKERD's German into contemporary English. Indeed the first translation that does have to happen with that. God is to translate him from Medieval Latin German into modern German because a contemporary German reader. We have great difficulty reading Qods German. Same difficulties that you and I would have trying to read chaucer a a fifty years later than cod to reach English we understand some of the words but often the words leave us utterly clueless. The First Work of translation has to be to modern German or to any modern idiom. John and I want to do something a little different. We're giving voice to Eckhard's thought and I'm giving it poetic votes. which is in one sense close to the heart of how Eckhart thought was poetic theologian? When he preached he saw images metaphor? He told the stories. He responded to life situations in his preaching which was after all. What every good preacher is called to do but he did it with an originality that was startling for his own day? It may be. Why is public preaching attracted fairly large congregations nations of people? They were curious. They were perhaps confused by what he was saying. They were certainly startled by and provoked by and many apparently were inspired by so that needs to be said first of all our work is kind of double translation. It's a a rendering from a carts medieval German into into a modern idiom but it's also rendering it in poetic form and Eckhart didn't write poems. He wrote sermons. Lindsay wrote academic treatises. But his sermons are poetic at their core. Or they're also I would say scholastic at their core that is they were using the careful notions of logical argument that were familiar to the Dominican entity to university teachers of his day at which he was a celebrated one celebrated professor at the University of Paris on two different occasions. So it's a kind of double translation that we're doing and in some ways it's trying to to get at the very heart the living pulse of ECKERD stock and rendering it enough form when you're short poetic forms that can in a sense. Energize our imagination. Here let me read. You rather rhythm simply theoretically talk about it. This is called love shines. And it's from Meister Eckhart Heart Meditations for the restless soul published in two thousand seventeen love shines even as my thoughts about you fade for you are always is present to me beyond what I think or feel or do and when I turn to you and accept you into simple pull away I had you in every way and in all things and you shine out in me as the love that cannot cease dynes away. Eckhart didn't write those lines but those thoughts from beginning to end our in his servants. And if you had this book in your hand could turn to the back and you find a list of the poems with citations where the primary Marie impulse for the poem comes from so if you were so inclined you could dig out that sermon of yards. Read it in its full context and you'd find nine even fuller and more nuanced elaboration of the same that the love is shining God is shining love is shining and everything everything that is and in all of our the dimensions of our lives. Even when we feel bird only with darkness only with discouragement arrangement only with despair I would say but that doesn't mean that love is not shining there is there it's hidden perhaps but it's there and our work is not somehow feel happier feel better or failed more positive. No you can't tell a depressed or disturbed person. Deputy can say in. The midst of that darkness is a flickering light when eckerd called Funk line a little spark that nothing I think that life brings in its darkest and most difficult moments. Nothing can extinguish style now. If you hear that phrase you hear Afraid Alliance from the Apostle Paul often read at funerals says essentially the same thing. Nothing can separate us from the love of God nothing neither other high nor depth now the principalities and Powers Paul elaborates the Apostle Paul elaborates a whole series of things that declare that we they are inseparable from the divine echo core belief from Meister Akron. Meisters first name simply means the master is the only only theologian from the Middle Ages. Who acquired that kind of a way of being named as the master and I think it was impart this brilliant brilliant capacity gate into the jets of the scriptural and theological traditions and bring them twist them turn them in fresh ways that created sometimes disturbing and often remarkably energizing moments of insight? I like this one. That love shines.
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"Welcome to spark my muse. Everybody today have a guest who is a professor poets a translator and it is mark. S burroughs thank you so much mark for being my guest today what is your publisher. Russia was so kind to send me a bunch of books and I'm so happy we can pick over some of these and and dig into them a little bit it's Two Books of translations. One is MEISTER ECKART book of secrets. Meditations on letting go and finding true freedom Meister records book of the Heart Meditations as for the restless soul. And I I should mention this one And the other one are also done with John Sweeney as well and then I one I had not heard of really excited to get into his prayers of a young poet Rainer Maria Rilke. Let's say real key correctly I it's something you pronounce different way Real uh-huh and and then your own book of poems. The chance chance of home and hoping we can cover the mall and read some things in there but This is a delight because I I find poetry such a a bomb for the soul and and And and a challenge to it in our times when everything is so fast paced the it's a joy for me to slow down and read something with with spacious nest and give my I guess give my body a chance to catch jeff with all the emotions and and all the rest of it because it's just like an information dump that we live in today so sure. Maybe you can talk a little bit first just about how you got into translating and and some of the things that you're doing you talk a little bit about yourself. Well I I've been translating leading from German from I've actually from my late adolescence. A began learning German and speaking German as a young teenager and eventually ended up living in Germany for a year. What was we call a gap year now didn't exist back then? took a year off and live in. My relatives lives in the black forest. My grandparents sit us. Tim Blinks they emigrated in the nineteen twenties to the US. And when I returned and eventually went to college college I discovered that many of the poems and writings that I so loved were not available in English and I think I can say this without any undue undue harshness that we're rather lazy as a culture about learning languages Americans so I began translating from my friends poems just by poets like Russia and he was a favourite and I think at the time I was late in my late teens early twenties. I was discovering a world of an imaginative world daring world of feeling and seeing and obsessing and in religious writings that staggered me. And so it was a sense of loyalty to rilke there's a riot but also loyalty to my friends and those who were also interested in this in this adventure really that he proposes through his writings that I began translating his work and that went on for twenty five years really until I began to think about alling some of those translations together and published and what was the. What is the first edition? First version of the earliest edition of a series of poems as a cycle of poems that eventually became the first part of his book of hours and it was that it really made him brought him to international attention not simply simply within Germany or German speaking and reading world but within the European context. That's a that's a huge contrbution contribution. I know his Poetry has prayers have been Just really pivotal for so many people and really a meaningful As far as Meister Eckhart could you give us a little bit of an orientation to who he was and his time how he was received his time and who he was. And then your partner in crime John Sweeney's Gave me a couple questions to ask you about him to help the listeners. Understand some of this work. Sure well my sweater cut was one of the most adventurous and radical and daring thinkers of his time. He was born in the middle of the thirteenth century and he died in the early decades of the fourteenth centuries sometime around thirteen. Twenty eight eight thirteen twenty nine. We don't really know the exact death date. He disappeared as it were returning from a trial. Wow that he that he was called to fan his writings or at least province decisions from his writings twenty eight of them that were considered heretical or questionable in the Church of his day so he turned twenty two which is where the pope's were in. The fourteenth century defended himself and and on his way back to Cologne somewhere along the way he died. I think it's somehow fitting that we don't know where is that. We don't have his relics his bones was as as you can surmise from that point he was under suspicion from some of the authorities Day Not all of them by any means. It was a widely popular preacher preached in Vernacular Across Central Europe articularly in the area. We think of today's Germany dramatic territories of the time and along the Rhine River and and he comes from place not too far from where Martin Luther comes from. He studied in air force. In the city. City of Air Force in the former East Germany in the eastern part of Germany today became a Dominican at an early age entered entered the Dominican order for. His studies was eventually sent to Cologne and then later to Paris where he completed his studies. He was as a Dominica in order that prized preaching the real name of the order is the order preacher. It's and you see abbreviated. o P the order of preachers intellectual. There's no question about it. He prized in careful thinking and rigorous thinking and methodical thinking he was a scholastic theologian through and through but his preaching exploded the open the kind of narrower parameters of logical argument with these remarkable images metaphors ways of imagining ways of daring to think about not simply about God but about the human about our openness to transcendence attendance. So you came under suspicion. I by the Bishop in Cologne later the he he actually called for his case to be adjudicated to the papal court. which is what happened in the last year of his life? Why do you think that was well? He felt that he was unfairly. Unfairly criticized To choose twenty eight sentences out of a out of a volume 's of thinking and writing and teaching saying he felt was insufficient way of measuring his thought and he tried in his own defense and we have a record of his defense actually sought to contextualized his own thought ought to clarify. Why was why was in keeping with scripture and with the inherited traditions of the church even as it was daring to move in new directions Why wonder why John wanted me to ask you? What was a century later? was there a change in how he was. I thought of people were nervous. On a century later in the fifteenth century it was a very nervous period of time this is before the reformation period There were moves afoot to try to close down on Orthodox thinking there were movements that were springing up in the fourteenth and early Fifteenth Century the lowered movement followers of John. wycliffe translated the Bible into English. prizing freising a different understanding of authority in the cultivating of Christian community so there are lots of movements women's communities Akron spent part of his time commissioned actually to preach to the so-called begins who were This is a a movement really in the low countries and northern Germany during the primarily in the late thirteenth and early fourteenth centuries during ECKERD's lifetime and they were lay women who did not take lifelong vows but live together in community and sought to cultivate an order of prayer and a Christian witness but they were considered somehow not quite under the thumb of the church and some with their thinking may have been radical although we most of what we know about the begins we know through there those who condemned them when that's never a very good way of judging what what people thought so one hundred years after carts death. His writings were still vaguely known but not widely circulated and they really the only came to light in the modern era when there was a kind of reserved such interest in mysticism and a recovery of traditions like ECKERD's writings from largely neglected tomes from the later Middle Ages. One of the things you said was that. He preached in the vernacular and I. I don't want that to be lost on people because that is that's very key that's very interesting point. Can you kind.
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"burrows" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"Just it it makes me. It's such a delight to go to work. It's such a delight to hear these wonderful lines to Max and David and the rest of writers created so it's now you know I'm well into my late thirties and to be able to to be doing your late thirties. That really makes you laugh is is is just gives you a new life life so a couple of actors that I that I marked that I set aside here. <hes> from from will and grace we just lost the great rip torn yeah any any a particular standout moments or gene wilder somebody. We also lost not long ago. Yeah we had you know we we had so many guest stars because once the show <hes> took off everybody wanted to be on the show. We've had every gay icon world. Yep absolutely share not job. Rondo not kill. Maybe there's room in the reboot. Gill Patti lupone. We had Burnett Peter. All of all of them say yeah yeah. We had Elton Yeah Right. <hes> <hes> we the <hes> <hes> they were all great. They you know if you're if you're on that show as a guest star you gotta come up at a level of of the four of them. If if you don't come up to the level of the four that you're going to be alive but so every guest actor you know had had fun on the show <hes> you know sure and close was playing Annie Liebowitz and she added Great Time Seven Bacon Kevin Bacon was Douglas Douglas Playing Geico. Yeah Taylor's dancing yeah yeah and you got to direct the great Sydney. Pollack Sydney was will's father a wonderful wonderful man so we were all in all when he was on the stage and he loved it. He loved being directed. Now Start as an actor right yeah yeah yeah yeah. How does it feel and I know you're not a proselytizer. You've said it and you know you leave the political stuff to to people like Norman but it has to be gratifying to to be part of a show is especially in light of what Joe Biden said when he when he I guess he evolved on gay marriage that that will and grace was in some way responsible for changing the country's perception of gay people to be part of something like that yeah. I don't think you know what we say on. This show is <hes>. What we've said is ellen opened the door and we broke it down also <hes> I I'm not good with proselytizing and I don't think Maxim David WanNa preach either what the show did the best example a is I would drive car pool on Thursday in <hes> when my kids went to high school and these were thirteen fourteen year olds and will and grace was on Thursday night and I would pick them up and as we driving school they would say to me what's on will and grace tonight right and I thought Blau we have thirteen and fourteen year olds watching the show they have no preconception of what gay is this and so they're enjoying the show so maybe they will not be <hes> influenced by a bad talk about gay people or something like that. Maybe they've been exposed to these each people so there'll be some tolerance not to say that they would but I I said so. Maybe elsewhere in the world there are these young people watching a show and getting <hes> an idea that gay people are funny like everybody else <music> and they're just other human beings so i. I don't think we ever set out to do that. I you know I told Max and David at at the end of the first episode of will and grace we did. I wanted a kiss between will and grace so that may be America would think that will take the magic pills bills and mary-grace and become straight <hes> and that was never going to happen but I figured if I could get people to think that they'd watch the show and then they see how funny it was and it wouldn't care so maybe it worked. Maybe it didn't work but <HES> <HES> you know. Two hundred two hundred thirty shows later was still on the air. Keep it going as long as long as you can. I just quickly want to read some messages that we got here. I reached out to people you worked with some that have done this show. Some that haven't Michael mckean Aga says please send my regards tell him I watched a taxi episode in a Hotel Room. The Lo- the local broadcasts was having quit problems which slowed the play. Bla- The playback and Jim Brooks trademark whooping laugh turn into a melancholy Banshee Motif and it made me love him even more I I work with Michael <hes> on Laverne and Shirley Yep Yep Don. Rio says just tell Jimmy I love him. which I wanted the pass along and Allen's wife I asked about a pilot you did call big shots in America right with Joe Montana? That's it and he he says the pilots. Let's should have worked. Great cast great director in the SCRIP wasn't bad but Ash Jim if we could work together again some day. I've matured a bit and I've done a few things since that pilot. Ah I loved Allen I loved I loved also working in New York. Lauren was the producer on that pilots. I got to work with Lauren and that was is <hes> that that was great and Ken Levine. He says ask James <hes> Jim if he held against my partner David Isaacson I that during the bar wars episode of cheers we wrote we had their rival Gary Player practical joke by filling Rebecca's office with sheep. Does this mean anything to you. Know <music> God Kenya. David wrote a lot of really really funny scripts fi riders yeah yeah less last thing. I want to ask you is how did it feel <hes> when NBC decided to do the tribute show I i. I guess you had your doubts because you made a joke you said to Sean Hayes who was producing it. You asked him <hes> if you could take drugs that they were taking yeah so you're strike me as a kind of a humble guy was it. Was it tough to to to do that to let that everybody pay tribute to you and then get have to get up and make a speech yes yeah. I'm not you know I've acted in a few shows. I'm sure you guys I was in a new heart and a road. We have them all here. Yeah fortunately <hes> it's my <hes>. It's my it's not even a real. It's it's only an IRA <hes> <hes> it was very difficult for me. I you know I am. I am a humble guy. I <hes> I work. I you know I work from the heart and to see all that tribute Luke. It was amazing to me but the great moment that those at home didn't see was the fact of the big bank has going over to the cast of friends who they had watched while and hugging and people going to see the taxi cast cheers cast these actors in shows. I did lighter who had grown up on. These shows to get all these people in this room at the same time. was you know it. was you know it was. I got such an office out of it. I I in case. You didn't know I was Jewish. I I was I was. I was thrilled by it. I can imagine I I I had. I had a wonderful time showing your humility. You gave credit to everyone around you. I mean right down to the crew the actors the show runners the writers right yeah to preserve it. They deserve it. I'm nothing without them that sweet. We could do one hundred shows. There's so much I I mean. I don't know if you can see the cards arts. I have on the table. I got about twenty cards here. I even asked me anything you want. I even made a list of the pie of some of the series that that that I like like he was talking about free country that you that you directed the associates with Martin Short dummy best of the West Pacific Station with Robert geom- Madman the people with the Great Dabney Coleman Georgia Leila. We talked about <hes> Vic Vic Frescoes Sean Saves the world <hes> Don Rios Pearl Stark raving being mad. These were good shows yeah yeah but.
"burrows" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"Couldn't. I couldn't believe what they did and <hes> it was <hes> you you know it was a seminal moment for all of us that moment that that's gripped arrived and <hes> so you know we got we we cast it right. We got lucky with when somebody laughed with replacing them. That was somebody equally as good or sometimes somebody better and <hes> you know it was it was a wonderful eleven years. Yeah like woody. Harrelson was totally different character than the coach was yeah well. We were in eighty four. We followed <hes> family. Ties and Michael was such a star that when we when Nikki passed away we didn't want to do an older guy again. We want to do a younger guy because we wanted to hopefully get some of the Michael Fox audience to watch cheers and then we had a kid who he really loves to play the part and the last active walk in the room was woody and and he walked in and he read with Teddy and we went but of course why didn't we think going that way and that was it. We just got lucky and this is something Gilbert. I'll never experienced but does isn't there electric as an electric moment when all of this comes together her the the right into the writing coalescence the acting the right actors walk in the room where you just go you know in your bones. This thing is special special. This thing is going to fly and how does that yeah. We were flying when he came around yeah but I mean you go back to the beginning. That's what I mean it yeah. We you know you gotta get a great script. Then he got a cast great then you gotta get network to put you on a good time slasher because was sometimes great shows. Don't have anybody famous in their their in them and there's no reason to watch him so you gotta get into time slot where people can <hes> come to the dance late because it takes awhile and television to get the word out so we were lucky you know. We were lucky with a wonderful wonderful script on cheers. We were lucky that Ted and shelley were available at that time. We were lucky to be on. NBC which which had nothing you know there was nothing the Sitcom was dying back then they didn't have any big shows couple of dramas <hes> L. A. Law and Maybe Hill Street and <hes> we you know you knew I always have a dress rehearsal before I shoot the show three or four days and on cheers we had this dress rehearsal and the audience crazy so I knew we had some special and I knew they were laughing. They laughed norm when norm entered right and and I looked Glenn Charleston I said Oh my God they're laughing at attitudes so I knew and you know we were lucky. We were lucky we kind of <hes> you know you did nothing the first two years and all of a sudden the cosby came on and so we got more people to dance and you know. I it's electric it happens. It's you know I've I've had happened four or five or six times and it's just nothing like it quite an experience y original story line to the Big Bang theory we did on that. We did two pilots. <hes> we did a pilot. First pilot was <hes> the boys was Johnny and Jimmy <hes> Sheldon Gordon and Leonard who walking down the street and they find a girl crying on the sidewalk decide to take her in and live with her are should turns out. She's a hooker so you had these nerds living with a hooker which I thought was a wonderful parameters but we could never get the casting right on that and God. I'd love Chuck Chuck. Laurie went back and said to the network. Let's take another shot at this and they created a penny across the hall and put into more nerds and and the rest is history in <hes>. It's a tribute to chuck. I only did the pilot of that. Show <hes> and <hes> you know I've worked with chuck since then a a lot of Egypt genius or what he does. He knows characters. He knows funny and <hes> those you know he's. He's just keeping this Sitcom alive right now. He is speaking of Jews. We had on the podcast judo fan letter. When you guys were working on cheers from Norman Lear I did. It was a first fan letter. What did that mean to you. Oh my God I showed it to the boys. You know this is when we were struggling. When we were yeah it came to the right time. Yeah the first last year on Thanksgiving finish. We were the last rated show on the air. <hes> that that week it was scary. Norman wrote this letter how much he loved off the show and <hes> we went to lunch with him and who better to go to lunch with the demand crater archie bunker and we went to the Brown Derby. RV which no longer exists and we sat there and off Norman and it was so wonderful to see that he was an all of us. How lovely Nice wow you just at the time you guys needed a shot in the arm and praise from Caesar showed up. Yes that is fantastic. Let's talk a little bit about will and grace before we let you out of a Ah James because I know it's a show. You're very proud of as you should be because it's a game changing show trail-blazing show. It's a show that means a lot to a lot of people and change the culture and as with taxi you kind of knew from the beginning. You knew I guess when you saw Maxon David script again. I read the script <hes> it was <hes> a tribute to Warren littlefield because Max David wrote a pilot for NBC previously and they didn't pick that up but they warren said. I like this character. Characters will and grace. Can we do a show about them. So Max and David went off and wrote the show and I read it and I loved it. I just I thought how wonderful wonderful this show was. It was smart. It was funny. It was pertinent and <hes> I said to you have to do the show so I did. This pilot and it was again at the dress rehearsal in front of this audience. It's it was through the roof. It was just wonderful and <hes> so the network picked it up and and <hes> the rest is history. I mean we've we're doing the reboot right now. Almost two hundred and thirty a show and that is still makes me laugh harder than any other show and you said you're against reunions <hes>. How are you said they're hard to do to do this is Max much idea we did a political video with the four of them and the network like the show and the four of them kind of look the same so we said why not try it so we tried it and it was <hes> it's turned out okay. It's it's listen to you. They've still got the same chemistry. I know. I was skeptical nickel too. I said well. I don't know it's been years and will it happen again. Can you make that magic again but the infectious performers no other show does those jokes she you can yeah okay yeah where they where the where the leading showing EUPHEMISMS <hes> because you've amazement or funny the actual word and <hes>.
"burrows" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"That was me. I <hes> I was doing I did about four or five friends in a row at the beginning of the Ron I did pile it and I think the first four or five shows and after about the third show I saw how the audiences react or was reacting to these six people and the last were huge. The writing was so good it was so funny and I and I got warner. WanNa brothers who who was the producers of the show to give me the plane their private jet to fly the six of them to Vegas. I just wanted to celebrate the fact that we were having a great time. So I flew him million to six of them. We flew to Vegas and took them to dinner at Spago and I said to them. You guys have to enjoy this because this is your last shot shot at anonymity well and they said why you're kidding me. Oh no and I said yes. I have a feeling I I can see. I have a sense and <hes> I think this is going to be this. Show is going to be huge saw we we we had dinner and we went to gamble none of mad money. They all had a borrowed from me. Days are over. Yeah I yeah no <HES>. It turns out. I was right. I had <hes> it was just a magical moment. I had <hes> you you know. I still am friendly with them. All I still see them a lot. During the year and it's just something special we all have Nice Nice <hes> of that moment and <hes> <hes> our the six you know not six beautiful wonderful actors but six wonderful sweet people that <hes> hopefully we'll. We'll always be friends. How'd you like working with <hes>. We had Ron Liebman here too. I know you've worked with. I know you've worked with Ron full times. What a sweet guy a Hudson Street yeah with Tony. That's right. Dan Yeah Yeah and I did another one with him. I can't remember I don't have it on my card. Yeah <hes> I'll find it but you Pacific Pacific extinction everybody. You mentioned his Jewish state. I I'm in charge of it. Ah Joey Pants we had Bush Emmy and Alan Alda was here. He's a Zonta like me. Try to squeeze him. I'm in James. It's hard. We can't have a token GOI. I have to go back to a Jew that we have to talk about because it somebody you both with new Gilbert Newman a little bit and that's <hes> Andy Kaufman. Oh God yes <hes> yeah <hes> i. It's an hour show too but we'll try to try to condense it. Yeah telemedicine our show and I loved Andy. He was just a to me one of the most brilliant and braves comics I'd ever seen in my life and tell us the agreement that contract of how how he said he had to bring in another person who will have its own dressing room part. was that no we when you had to have. Tony to yeah <hes> the agreement the boys signed with Andy was that he would do the show if this gentleman named Tony Clifton could do one episode of Taxi. Tony Clifton was Andy Kaufman's alter ego so when Andy would do a concert <hes> Tony Clifton who was andy with <hes> prosthetics on his face and <hes> <hes> <hes> stuff suit so he looked fat and a ruffled shirt and a brocade tuxedo because he was a lousy lounge singer from begging okay so he would open Andy. Show and you know get it off the stage and they'd say bring on Andy Take mission at an intermission and in an after intermission Andy would come on and <hes> you know do foreign man and do whatever he did Elvis and so a great elvis yeah the one of the best he had to sneer sneer yeah yeah so <hes> we saw the show came up that he was going to do and <hes> I know exactly when it happened. I don't Mary lose memory. She has crazy Komo but it was the day that Bucky Dent hit two home run. Only one game playoff right eight and so- Andy was Andy had day night reversal. Andy Kaufman would come in at one o'clock for rehearsal because he was up till four in the morning and slept till twelve and we were starting at nine o'clock rehearsal and here in with the show with Tony Clifton and here comes Tony Clifton nine. Am in the morning and <hes> he's he he. He wants us to stop watching the game because he wants to rehearse and he never wanted to her so we started this rehearsal and it was not gonNa work because you had. Andy Calvin playing Tony Clifton playing Louie Depalma's brother and so I called up two boys they came to see a run through and decided we have to get rid of Tony Clifton and so if you see man in the moon it's it's all in there well. It's fascinating from our perspective because Bonner's is playing. We had here on the PODCAST. West is playing a what an amalgam of you and Weinberger Yeah Yeah Yeah it's bizarre and and what I I find so strange about the movies is that Danny Devito is not an taxi playing George Yeah. He's played jewelry. We also had yes so <hes> <hes> was depicted in the film edge pretty pretty close. I mean I remember I remember that day when it came to when it came down to fire him and Andy <hes> Tony had the two prostitutes you know normal normal shit that happened and I remember you know Ed Fire and Ed firemen and and Tony said I'm not leaving and a great. I'm going Holy Shit. This is the the greatest ghetto theater I've ever seen and so we're watching. We're watching Judd's watching. I'm watching Tony. Danza had a super eight camera and he can't find the film sad saw. You won't leave so fondly. Judd says all right. I'm going to go play so judd grabs grabs him and throws him off the stage and everything like that and it was Jus- It was wonderful theater and we we hired another actor in the show wha- went on and it was fine and Andy came into next week as if nothing happened. I love that when Andy was doing stuff like that did did Davor you or the other actors say okay. Cut this shit no no because Andy didn't do anything like that and he played lot guy and he had a photographic memory. He knew he knew the part. It was one dimensional character that Andy could play and <hes> he never none of that shit ever happened other than the Tony Clifton incident. You got an audience with him though too which I found fascinating. You had you had automatic. You had dinner with him. I we had them. Edward have occasional parties on taxi and Andy was uncomfortable so <hes> my wife back back then and I wouldn't have andy come over to the house and we would talk again. He was just he was just meek. Saul from great neck long island you know but a genius you know and then we all went to see his milk and cookies show after <hes> when when he was on taxi Acsi when he was at the garage or somewhere Huntington Hartford Stymie wrestled okay and then you know he did all the characters and everything down the end of the show we walked out there were buses and the buses took us at a pizza factory for milk and cookies and it was just it it was so wonderful and weird so magical nature to the Guy Gilbert. How well did you did? You get to know him not well but you but you saw them in the club's early on I ah yeah we never actually spoke he would come in. I remember I very clearly him doing stuff like <hes> reading singing a hundred bottles of beer on those y'all do everyone and then it gets point we go. Oh Shit sheared. He's GonNa do the entire but <hes> you know. He never told jokes no and he never told jokes he he he would he would do something to you laughed. I mean he he came out. Read Gone With the wind and you you know you didn't know what was going on pretty soon. You'd start laughing and that that was that was. Andy's you know. He was incredibly brave. Performance Art Yeah Prof Total Performance and farce. Look this talk a little bit too quickly. Can you tell us about two actors that struck us that we're on taxi that you directed by Victor Bono playing playing Reverend Jim's Dad and Ruth Gordon why I don't remember too much about Victor. I don't you know I don't remember that. There's a long time ago. I know Roosa- Zay Ruth. I remember <hes> yes. She was sugar sugar Mama Yup you know.
"burrows" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"Josh you know Josh I believe it or not what I was running theater in San Diego. I would come up and I would <hes> do casting it l. a. and I would always stay Ajaj his house house and she would feed me it was it was wow it was a strange pug very strange relationship. I was you know I was. I don't know she she liked me and I liked her. I I got a kick out of her. She was very sweet and very funny <music>. We were turn to Gilbert Godfrey Amazing Colossal podcast right at the that's what you say you found one hundred dollars on the street. Would you pick it up or would you keep walking up. Coast should take the money. So why do you keep picking winners and not betting on them. That's why you should check out my bookie eight fast easy and pay when you win because where you're betting as gust to your are betting on the smart thing. GonNa bit cleats Football Season Bank with my bookie d when you know you could bet on Games after kate called a by sank and it looks like your bed is GonNa lose. You can always just take the other side your back kind of person that lights the bed a little and win a lot. Try a far lake a your big. Come true you'll note apply your wings and no matter a how bad the. NFL season is based time out the year join now and my bookie will double your first step. Is You spray Gome Gilbert to activate the offer. That's Promo won't go Gilbert my bookie dot A. G. You play you win. You gang pay on the next Google on Franks colossal observations. They used to have IRV eight villages on all those shows sing short mostly Mike Douglas Serb people and have to fight I use. Oh yes you used the sign off on the Ron Friedman. The last episode might be the same album some sort of charity but does she sounds he sounds a little bit like Earth a kid. I have the wrong way. Cat loonies get your bed. The man Very Shakti get doing Boehner. I can see I can. Let's see what the little out of my head now really disturbing.
"burrows" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"Were swept up and <hes> <hes>. It's not so simple not so dissimilar then what's going on now yeah. I we always said we had our win. Winkler here a couple of weeks ago and he made that picture guilty by suspicion he made a picture about the blacklist with Deniro and we were talking about how it could come again. You also work with Lee Grant who we had here how famously blacklisted you work with Lebron on fe yeah and she was as much of a victim as anybody big chunk kind of her career. I know you know a lot of people a lot of people went to Europe and wrote and wrote under pseudonyms and it was yes <hes>. I hope we never see that again. I hope not on a brighter note. We have to talk a little bit about something else that your dad did. which was the classic? Duffy's tavern right yeah yeah and I love these names. You can find these on Youtube James. You can find some of the old clips I found one with Burt Gordon. The Mad Russian Arthur treater and slacks slaps he maxie Rosenbloom great names from the past home my God what an iconic show yeah. I you know I was. I don't think I was trundled to that rehearsals because I may have not been born at that point but <hes> my dad was <hes> picture of me and my father and Ed Gardner Yup who was who played Archie Archie to manager and I think my Middle Name James Edward burroughs his after Ed. Oh I didn't know that that's and <hes> I believe it or not I have he had an apron. Ed Gardner had an apron that he wore even though the show was on radio he he had this apron and <hes> anybody on the show sign the Apron and <hes> so Ed's mother embroidered all the signatures signatures so it came up for auction about thirty years ago at Christie's or or Sotheby's and I bought it so I haven't hanging and the names on there there must be two hundred and fifty names on there of the people who guessed it on the show <hes> to to Lula Bank Milton burr everyone everyone it was it was this crap. Harry S Truman while Nelson Rockefeller was crazy. Yeah go ahead. Here's a simple and stupid the question how would you what what how would you watch the first sign that you're working with a bad ED director. Why don't they give away shines. I've never worked with a director yeah but if <hes> the first the first sign of a bad director is when an actor as a question that they say I don't know you can't you can't do that. You have to take a stance. You have to say if he asked a question to this funnier night. You say funny and if it's not funny you say I was wrong. Don't say yeah I don't know that's the worst thing you can do and don't <hes> having a you know you have to have an opinion and you have to be able to <hes> get what you want. I in <hes> in a way that's integral to yourself off Martin it. I'm not a strict direct. I'm not saying you have to be here and you have to be there and yeah well but you you have to do that and that's funny and that's the way the jokes going to work. I'm one who takes all kinds of suggestions from everybody and I have certain ideas and I make sure my ideas seem like they come from the actors so that you can do this wonderful creative effort that I try how to do so bad. Directors are <hes> you know people who succumb to pressure and don't have their own opinion and and don't know what the particular piece or what the particular needs and you said in one interview that thank you tell your actors you tell your actors and writers you give them a suggestion and you say this may be great. This may be Shit I do. I say that I say before I do you know when I started out. I would do anything I I when I when I shot on television I would you know if a pilot was sent to me. I'd do it because I didn't have much choice but as I got once I did cheers years and I got <hes> <hes> settled full hanging balls. I I started to assert myself more and <hes> whenever I do do a pilot or work with new writers I <hes> I have. I you know they <hes>. I want to have a meeting with them where they think they're auditioning me but I know I'm additioning additioning now and <hes> I tell them what I think and the important thing I want from the rider is I want them to defend end immaterial not to be defensive about and then at the end of that meeting or if I do work on the show I will give them notes and I say fifty percent of what I say is great and fifty percent is shit and it's your job to figure out which is which do that because a lot comes into my head sure a lot of it's not right you know. I don't have real writers logic. I you know I'll sell sell a scene for for a good joke. I'll sell it down the river if I if I have a good joke that may not be integral to the emotion and the peace and it's wrong. It's the joke is wrong. It shouldn't be in there so I don't have riders logic but I do have a sense of what's funny how to make something funny and <hes> <hes> I you know I speak a lot. One of the things is your known for if I may if I may say correct me if I'm wrong is is is coming up with physical business. That make makes the scene funnier because you I've heard you say you're you're. You don't think like a writer. You don't have a writer's approach but you you you you also say you absorb so much by watching your father all over the years and you absorb dwarf so much working in Summer Stock Working Theater Yeah I signed that example of <hes> of the the Mary Tyler Moore episode where with Lou and Rhoda we wound up putting them on the trunk. Yeah yeah I I again. <hes> you know. I just have that gift. You know I call it a gift. <hes> my dad used to say you can't learn funny which is true. You have to be born that way and you know I I. Luckily got that gene. So I kind of know what's funny. In my first episode. I have directed. It was <hes> a Mary. Tyler Moore was brought out to do one show and and I got Mary Tyler Moore and <hes> the reading around the table. When we read the script the first time it was like <hes> D plus and I said I remember saying to grant tinker who brought me out I said in a sea of Danish I get a Bagel and <hes> so I went down on stage and I started to rehearse and I just throw anything in I could I invoke Shakespeare vote checkoff in the last scene between Louis and Mary <hes> where they're sitting out of trunk there you know to me. It was like <hes> <hes> I. I think it was like I said we're like three sisters. Where are you know they're thinking about going to Moscow. They have to move apart and and stuff like that so I I remember doing everything possible to add stuff to show and <hes> <hes> I was lucky enough to to be able to impress people especially Mary. WHO's running the company so sure you're my career took off after that and now I have to ask you another question similar to the last how do you what are the signs of bad writing well in a comedy. It's not funny <hes> and <hes> it's just to me it. <hes> you know when I when I read something it's not the idea. It's the execution of the idea. <hes> cheers is showing bar. <hes> there have been a lot of shows set in bars <hes> Duffy's tavern yeah we were a couple. A couple of people sued US couple. People sued us when when cheers came out we stole it and we would always say get in line behind my dad. Wow Oh wow yeah and we we never had a problem after that but you know bad writing is people don't sound unlike they're talking to one another or they're. They're they're not relating or or they're you know they they. It doesn't come from the inside side. It's all on the surface so <hes> you know it's just <hes> it's just.
"burrows" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"On Old Star tribute to James Boroughs. It was in a long and very successful career. He's worked with and directed everyone from John cleves leads to betty white from Tony Randall to Sydney folic and Elton John. Do Andy Coffman while he's he's also worked with many of our previous podcast guests including Roseanne Dr Keg and has no ball volcano Jalan. Damn Andrea Martin Michael mckeon Steven Weber Cave in La vie a Ken Bovine Ken love and Joe Pantoliano. Please welcome to the PODCAST and industry industry giant living legend and a man who somehow managed to direct over for one thousand episodes of television without ever working with me. The Gentleman James Borrows bullet dodged. Yes absolutely it's a pleasure to be here. Thank you James. Does this count as working with Gillard I think we can. I think we could chalk that up. No Ella tell him to change his shirt. They'll never happened. They give tell James the direction that David Steinberg gave you on mad. What about you. You'll get a kick out of that. Oh yes I want to say something in runoff and David Steinberg said I'm could did you run a little faster and I and I said I yeah. I guess I could run fan and he goes no no. I don't need you to run faster. Maybe a little more gracefully and I said gracefully and he goes no choppy. Let's <hes> chef and then finally threw his hands in the air and he said can you run delays <unk>. Jewish uh-huh so obviously you had to run right to left as quick see what you missed out on James. We were talking. Go ahead go yeah now. We were just <hes> we were. GonNa Save Franken. I were saying maybe we'll start off with you telling our audience what what your father who your father was and what he accomplished <hes> my father was a gentleman named. Abe Burrows who was a radio writer in <hes> California in the late thirties and forties and then <hes> he was asked to write the book for guys and dolls <hes> in one thousand nine hundred fifty at by a man he worked with named Ernie Ernie Martin who was a radio producer back in L. A. and my dad came and rewrote the book two guys and dolls and so he stayed on Broadway good way and he became a Broadway director and playwright writing other than guys and dolls <hes> Cancan how to succeed in business. Is this without really trying everything forty carats <hes> <hes> happy hunting <hes> cactus flower our <hes> so he was he became a legend on Broadway very much so we got a kick out of the fact Gilbert was saying you know because we were watching interviews with you and you you you were just a kid watching his dad work yeah if it was lost on you as a kid and certainly the glamour of the people you were meeting. Yeah I had <hes> <hes> I had no idea I was just I was occasionally trundled off to rehearsals and <hes> would go to some of my dad's parties and sit around with <hes> <hes> people who I had no idea what they were who they were like <hes> literally said next dinner at dinner with John. Steinbeck is that <hes> with Truman Capote with Common Green Kaufman George Calvin Dad's first director yeah and <hes> so I you know I that grew up in in that in that aura and <hes> didn't quite register with me who all these people are until I got a lot older and so thank meeting. These people just meeting a bunch of boring gold people to you as a kid and going to work was like if you father worked written grocery store yeah yeah. I always describe you know what I did with. My father was a tailor and he taught me how to make a suit when I didn't don't even know I was learning how to make us. I love <hes>. No I know the the good thing about these people were they were funny. My Dad's you now now. You Know My dad's friends were mainly funny. Even even Steinbeck was funny and <hes> so they they didn't spurn earn me as a young child a you know they talked to me and we're very gracious and <hes> so <hes> I you know I grew up around the intelligentsia of New New York among those people. That didn't really mean anything to you. As a kid I understand were Danny Kaye and Groucho. Yeah I <hes> my dad was close friends especially especially close with Sylvia Sylvia fine and his wife and <hes> I did meet Groucho with my dad. It was <hes> I was old enough to know who he was and <hes> he <hes> he he made he made me laugh. Yeah that <hes> I remember I met him at <hes> at Chasen's which was a famous restaurant in in L. A. Before it was became Bristol farms and <hes> I met a dinner with my dad there and we were walking out in there was Groucho so so we sat down a Groucho table and you know he you know he talked to me as Groucho but I'll never forget <hes> <hes> <hes> <hes> Adolf Zucker who was then who was retired as president of paramount pictures was about ninety five years old and he came he came Kinda shuffling through the restaurant and Groucho from the table said a Adolf Adolph Ostermann Yana Estimate Yana Anna waving his hand calling him over to table. which was you know it was just it was so mean? Oh me and but you know what could you do but laugh. Ghost Groucho was the he was he was really funny bizarre and you were. Gilbert and I got a kick out of the fact that as a kid you you showed up on this not only the Sam Levenson show. This is the only podcast by the way where you can guarantee the that. The two hosts will who Sam Levinson was but also on on Edward Murrow Edward R Murrow is person to person a clip. I saw tribute special yeah. I was <hes> <hes> I said my infamous line <hes> <hes> when Ed Edward R murrow asked me what a what do I want to do and I said I haven't made up my decision yet. which is as? I said I haven't decided yet but <hes> you know as a sixteen fifteen fourteen year old. I went to show that I it was totally illiterate now your your father was schooled in front of the House of un-american activities tippety be during the McCarthy scare. Yes yes because your mom was a good old left. You made you and your your sister. March the day parade yeah we we did March in New York City. You know back in the when my parents met they <hes> uh they you know they were liberals back. Then and liberals were communists back then that's just you know that's just what it was that it was <hes> what's another term and <hes> <hes> they you know how they they went to parties and stuff like that and <hes> my dad was called before before the House on American Activities Committee. Yes yeah it's it's fascinating too because <hes> and we've had you wind up working with blacklisted. Uh Uh actors you wound up working with Guilford Jack Gilford on taxi. I did yeah I did yeah did you did you discuss. Did you know that was you know <hes>. There were hard feelings. All around with gallows people I'll bet and it was not passed on to the kids and the kids didn't carry a grudge or anything like that my Jack Jack was very good friends with my mom and <hes> zero mastel was also good friends with my mom. I'm so you know they. They <hes> <hes> you know it was it was really it was really tough. Time and <hes> people were called in front of this committee for just living their lives and <hes> it was I would i. I can't imagine a position. My Dad was put them in that you. You've you said it when he was in in a in an impossible position because if he said too much or he said two little he could lose either way right right yeah and and it was the times that I mean can you really I mean there's people who are looked upon as the enemies but like they they were under pressure to everybody was under pressure. It was uh it was <hes> you know <hes> to use a modern term terme. It was a witch hunt sure and <hes> <hes> because you know you had one guy kind of who was the energy behind this whole movement and people.
"burrows" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Now, this was Edison. Whitehouse's only top forty hit meant five weeks at the top of the charts. The lead singer on this song. There's a guy named Tony. Tony Burrows would be ultimate footman. Seventies. Because he was not only the frontman on this song. He was the point man. Big hits from either the United States. Hangs ban on this song. The song by White Plains. My baby loves loving. Right guy on that was Tony Burrows member. The song by brotherhood of Man United. We stand Tony Burrows. What on that song? Then there was a little bitty called. Gimme dat. Ding by a group called Pitkin. Frontman on that group. Tony Burrows members song though is out in nineteen seventy four by a group called first class. Beach baby beach baby beach front guy on that song. Tony burrows. Tony Burrows became the first and still the only person to appear on the BBC television show top of the pops fronting three different acts in one show, Edison. Lighthouse White Plains brotherhood of man, but six bands six bands, Tony Burrows product that had big big if not number one. And as I said forty nine years ago today the number one song. In the entire USA. You talk about a guy that had talent. My goodness. Tony burrows. Eight.
"burrows" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"And I'm I'm proud of that. And I'm proud of MAC David for for having that vision. I never have done in my life a show the proselytisers Norman does those normally does those better than anybody else. But this show I used to drive car pool on Thursday into show would be on Thursday night. And it was kids. The kids were thirteen or fourteen years old when they get in a car and drive on Thursday. And they would always ask me on the way to school other kids, not not not my own one of my own and others. What's going to be great? And I said to myself. Oh my God. Yeah. We're educating thirteen and fourteen year olds to be okay with these people. So I mean, that's what I'm proud of that show. Yeah. And we still do it you direct the pilot of the big bang theory, which is one of the last. Huge multi Cam ratings generators that is out there also Mike and Molly was one you did that as well. Both are Chuck Laurie shows for CBS under les Moonves. Who was I guess a believer in multi Cam, he's gone. A lot of the shows are gone. Why are multi Cam shows they try a few every year, it seems and some of them last longer than others. But why are they under threat? Now, I saw one quote that single camera shows are admired and multi camera shows are watched, but they're fewer and fewer of them. That's that was always hell when when when cheers came on the air, the mash was the show was a single camera show. No. And then let's put this way. I have been at the death of multicolored comedy four five time. And we always seem to come back. I admire, you know, have a great working relationship with Chuck. He's a genius of what he does. He's funny and great would story and hard good stories. And he keeps it going. He has to on the air at more and CBS's a champion of them and NBC now is will and grace, and hopefully others will happen. It's just when you do multiple shows you have to be funny or doing single camera shows because you have to peel to an audience and you never use a laugh track rate. We never do the last thing we do here is just called rapid fire. Just the first thing that comes here mind, if you can who's the best TV director of all time, not named James Burrows. Base Andrews comedy, Bob, Butler and drum everyone's doing reboots. Now, you guys are doing with will and grace how do you feel about the phenomenon overall what I like to say as you can go home again. That's good. That's really good. What's the show that you didn't work on that? You most wish you did curb your enthusiasm. I wish I've worked on that show. What's the main thing that you can conveyed a young directors who come to you and ask to shadow you as I believe David Schwimmer did on will and grace and Jason Bateman did on the ogan family and made probably many others. What's the main thing you hope to impart on a up and coming director, lease please don't be intimidated by the writers say what you feel say what you believe you have your job is not to be a traffic cop. Your job is to make the best funniest show possible. In a message board somebody made an operation that I have to ask you about..
"burrows" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Radio and I done third rock from the sun. And I did that I got this script for I was doing three piles one year. And I got the script for friends, and I said to my age and mister broder I said I want to do the show. He says you have no time. And I said no I wanted to show. So literally worked a couple of weekends and was just four to. It's that I had the sense to these scripts that became really interesting show. Now, this amazing. And actually, I I wanna just share with listeners align that I still f- about. There was the night that you were honored. I guess I think it was the career achievement award, by the way and somebody said, quote, James Burrows has made more pilots than a Hooker at an airport hotel. Those at my partners Glenna, last Charlie said that okay LA also said I'll tell you another thing they said, which I don't think I've ever said on the air. Brandon tartikoff did a fiftieth video for me when I was fifty years old. He did a video and interviewed a lot of Charles brothers and believe it or not I was by food when I was forty seven years old. Really? Yeah. I was my parents were somewhat agnostic I was raised Jewish, but but I never went to school or a high holiday, but with my first wife, she was conservative. So I started doing that. So I decided to be Mitch food. And so. I said on this fiftieth type they said, I was the only man they knew that was forty seven and lost his hair at thirteen. That's good. That's made me laugh, absolutely. One other line, which was said, much, more genuinely or more. Seriously, rather was Warren Littlefield who has title, I guess was vice president production at NBC when you were comedy vice-president comedy. Will he had said in nineteen ninety-five, quote when we look at our shows some come with a j s next to them like an asterisk that's for Jimmy show. He's our heavyweight are not so secret weapon, we'd like as much Jimmy boroughs as we can get close, quote that was the year after the pilot season that resulted in both E R N friends, you of doing friends were you involved in terms of casting the big six for that. Or were they already on board? I was busy doing other pilots. But I would go in when I could for casting, I know about Schwimmer Schwimmer had done a pilot Monte that I had done and martyr. David, no, Gotch trimmer. I was not there for Matt or Matt Perry. Lisa I knew because she was on cheers. I think they're for Courtney and Courtney wanted to play Rachel. She did..
"burrows" Discussed on 1075 KZL
"And horrified because I thought everything was out old and I didn't have any to Kane on. Onboard this point so I could feel everything. And hear everything so it. Was pretty disgusting so she has his Roach. In her ear she could hear every every. Movement, every right oh and it took like four different times for all the pieces of the Roach out. Of her ear, at one point they thought they. Had it all and she said that her. Ear still hurt she went to a different doctor and that's when they pulled the, head out You Yeah I don't know when it when it when they went in with a tweezers it they broke. Off how do I get? Here I don't want on while she was. Sleeping now she. Sleeps I'm. Serious she sleeps with your plugs every. Night blamer. Smart I would say What. Are you. Gonna do next can crawl on your. Nose can't. Play your thought My thought is let's say you put some alcohol into your ear a little. Bit and it it like you put it in where it's like on the air it kind of touches the tip of. It and it? Instead of coming out it shoot even further. Deeper in your house Just stop Oh no like where does your ear? Canal, go stop beats me automate Burrows into. Your brain probably not Not really right there. For big maybe it's too big take Jason freak the bug out in your ear. And it bugs out literally goes tries. To burrow deeper that grab bell with, the guy, grabbing, his. Ear, it. Turned around and came back out you? Got, food not to be gross came out? Huge huge From eating all of his, ear west, coast, video Gross We'll post a link to the story of this lady had a Roach inner ear for nine. Days people are seriously dying day at the first day of the Roach was in my. Ear I would not leave until the entire thing was l thought they got it And see the head I would wanna see everything I just know thank you Totally totally Jerry Good. Morning I. Was wrong Yeah My head and I was I was gone Oh Jeez Cool Colony Happen Then Linnea Boy me onus was it really just for show Yeah Spoon Calling me Charity Seven.