38 Burst results for "Carey"
Fresh update on "carey" discussed on Valentine In The Morning
"Law was so long my eyeball burst time worried about all right, all right. $8600 is now our jackpot will play again. 9 25. What's that noise? Okay, We're talking about the most dad thing. Your dad does. Bethany, go ahead. Hi. Go ahead. It's actually my husband and he sneezes. So freaking loud like a writer right now, and it scares the crap out of us. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, I know people like that. Brian Burton. It's true. I can't help it when he squeezes. You would think that somebody goosed Mariah Carey like with both hands Where do you sneeze? Is that what he squeezes? No, I said when he sneezes didn't really when you squeeze us. Oh, sorry. That wasn't great when he sneezes. You think somebody gooses Mariah Carey with both hands? It's a little bit of Michael Jackson. Like anything to.
Price Makes 29 Saves, Canadiens Beat Golden Knights 3-2
"The Canadiens never trailed in their three day two game to win the semifinals now tied at one eight eight by superb shot blocking Carey price made twenty nine saves Joel Armia entire to fully gave Montreal a two nothing advantage but the game winner came on Paul Byron second period back hand enough to outdo a two goal performance from Alex but trends look on this night the habs once again showed they know how to play with the lead in these playoffs there are six in all went up after two periods I'm Bruce Morton
Fresh update on "carey" discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Share wants approval of everything from who plays sunita costumes. She's buddying nonstop. The insider says the seventy five year old star wants to personally audition all the actors naturally. She's most concerned about who will play her. It got to be a dude. It might be so many share. There is an incredible drag queen named detox. And i know oh. I'm sorry it might be chad michaels. I get them confused anyway. They do an incredible share impression and he. He's like shear. Never did that like she never did the hair thing that's just a caricature i do share so i think you could be right about that. A purist yummy other female would have to be coached up the males been doing it for twenty five hundred percent on every move you want. I mean i don't know if you want you know like a guy playing shares audience. I mean i guess so. And then like chad's could play sonny. You just heard the casting call. Victoria's secret models right in an age where nothing's impossible. I'm to reimagine sunny with with you. Imagine shares life. Will you please lost astro. I proclaimed on this show when Bohemian rhapsody became a big hit. Like the dominant movie. This john wrote the next five. Years is going to be these bio-pics musicians well you know. There's another one right now on a movie coming out with jennifer hudson and there is a lean which is supposed to be selene and it is one hundred percent her life story. But for some reason. I don't feel like they didn't get the rights to use rain name but its first story goes no more movie are going to be all these rock biodegrade iraq and the super crazy mass stories like elvis had with priscilla. Like i met my husband when i was fourteen. Not physical for four years. Really just being groomed severe three blue ball countdown on your wall going backwards to priscilla's room but they were just hang out and pal. Sure that elvis okay. Yes same thing your name thing. Let's do one more all right. Well a big congratulations to nick. Cannon and Dj abby dealer rosa twin boys making cannon a father of two sets of twins now the twins were named for zay on mix solution cannon and zillion air cannon can also shares nine year old twins moroccan and monroe with ex wife mariah carey. And he's also the father to a three year old son new golden and a daughter named powerful queen and once we got rules for vanity license plate. Right each key. Can't put big cock on your back. You just can't do it. They won't allow it won't allow it. We we're going to start getting vetting process process. Yeah chosen one cam newton son. Oh that's right and actually works. He probably will be quite a quite a zillion air first and middle name. It's it's not the kind of the height of narcissism insane with these working your daughter to powerful queen. Yeah that's a lot to live up to. It's also i mean what's the fucking nanny caller. We can ever call you by your name right. I wonder if they demand that you know they call her powerful queen. That is her name now. That's what we want used right. I gotta know you have a nickname. All right i'm angry. Cambrian how you got it. I'm gina grad and. That's the news candlestick.
Carey Price, Canadiens Beat Jets 1-0 for 2-0 Series Lead
"Tyler Toffoli scored a short handed goal in the second period Carey price to the rest as the Canadian shut out the jets won nothing at Indian center of always marker was his second of the playoffs will produce stopped all thirty shots to pick up his eighth career postseason Qusay is kind of a kind of a funny funny thing that way you never know what no one here up at the right time but obviously we have a we have a lot of work to do still projects were playing their first game without mark Scheifele who was given a four game suspension for his head injectable trills Jake Evans Connor Hellebuyck made twenty nine saves in the loss as the series shifts to Montreal for game three on Sunday I'm John at three
Fresh update on "carey" discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Other hits from. Eighty two eighty three eighty. Three may have been the bottom sonically but eighty-two a lotta bother the fuck outta me as well either way if it was february eighty two. I was still in high school and doing okay is really once we once we got to june. That's when the the twelve and a half year slide began. It was a slightly over decades. Slide ara look for that you want to talk ten from graduating. Yeah i wanna hear top ten from my graduating class genus. And very first of all i was wildly out of touch. I obsessively into the beatles throughout entire entire high school career. I i knew these songs gonna told you at the time what these songs were very. R&b happy number. Ten was twisted keith. Sweat you're making me high by toni. Braxton donna lewis. Oh no that's a i love. You always forever the crossroads by bone thugs and harm. Sharon breakout gimme one reason. Tracy chapman pleasant enough. Always be my baby mariah carey. Nobody knows about the twenty rich project. Great song that was a huge hit. Somebody knows if. I heard it if it was a hit and i heard it. I would know but chris all zero project. no one knows. By that time i was pretty much exclusive listening to k rock. So i all the all the top of the charts. Because you love me by selene diong yeah. Once we day mariah carey invoice boys to men and number one single of nineteen ninety. Six the.
Price Has 29 Saves, Canadiens Top Maple Leafs 3-1 in Game 7
"What drills on to the second round of the Stanley Cup playoffs after beating two little three one in game seven at Scotiabank arena the Canadians reeled off three straight victories to overcome a three one service deficit and we're letting this one by one of the veterans Brendan Gallagher with his first of the series made one nothing after twenty minutes Corey Perry made it to nothing after the second period William Nylander spoiled the shutout bid of Carey price with just over ninety seconds remaining Montreal faces when a patient run number two starting Wednesday Oct join the debate Toronto
Canadiens Beat Maple Leafs 4-3 in OT to Force Game 6
"The Canadians to force game six in their Stanley Cup first round playoff series by beating the maple Leafs four three in overtime Nixon key scored fifty nine seconds into O. T. after the habs blew a three one lead in the third period Jake muzzin extended the game by scoring twice in a five oh two span Joel Armia had two goals for the Canadians who will host game six on Saturday yes very cut could hear me also tallied for the habs Montreal's Carey price finished with thirty two saves Zach Hyman also scored in William Neil lander added two assists for the Leafs I'm the ferry
A Feminist Guide to 'Carrie'
"Is hard to imagine a time when the name steven king wasn't synonymous with horror. The book that i put him on the map was nineteen seventy. four's carry which would also become his first novel to be adapted into a film. Cinematic adaptations of kings works are hit or miss to put it mildly but few have had the cultural significance and staying power of carey directed by brian depalma. One of the most significant american directors of the late twentieth century and also kind of sexist. The comedy stay tuned. Anita y'all i just read this shit. I didn't write it. It's fine all right The combination of carries narrative with diplomas directing style results in a film a fascinating contradictions. I'll veritas airland. You're so good. We can absolutely see the male gaze and things like diplomas love of leering at female bodies and slow motion and yet there are also a strong argument to be made for feminist readings of the film the anger that animates protagonist carry weight as her telekinesis powers wreak havoc on the people who oppressed her and ridiculed her and ostracized her for her entire life as felt righteous invalidating to so many girls and women who have helped cement carry status as a classic in the decade since its release the theme of the poll from which are patriots selected. Carry as a discussion topic was bad. Mothers and in the film her mother margaret as religious zealot who keeps carry living in ignorance of the most basic aspects of her own body and tries to make her feel deeply ashamed. Her desire to go to the prom have healthy relationships with other people her age meanwhile her classmates relentlessly ridicule her for her social awkwardness and inability to fit in. No wonder she wants to burn it. All down
Demi Lovato Apologizes for Accusing FroYo of Promoting Diet Culture
"Let's jump brian's in. Hey what time is it my friend. It is d. I love you. Tease donnie already. We couldn't wait to get into demi levato stories. Demi is now apologizing for accusing a yoga store for promoting diet culture. So she's apologizing. After she called this yoga at store for its excessive sugar. Free treats suga free traits. Demi came under fire when she slammed the big chill for advertising quotes guilt free cookies and cakes in los angeles store and went as far as to say they were promoting very harmful diet culture. Nine hundred damn exchanges with the store. They've gone back and forth. The store did point out that it is not diet products that they are promoting. They have a whole range of different products. However this was not good enough for demi. She was furious about this and she said she got triggered by seeing all. This diet stuff advertise now. She is apologizing for that saying quote. I'm human and i talk about my struggles. i'm passionate so. I'm sorry that i got the wrong message. I'm genuinely sorry that people took it the wrong way. What do you think about all this. This is blowing up donnie. He's got so much bigger than i thought it would. Yeah and. I'm really torn here. Because i do understand him struggle here. She struggled with an eating disorder. Her whole life so she did feel triggered by it but the thing is that i think i take issue with is there are so many companies out there there's been and jerry's there's pink carey. She chose this one little fro yo shop to go after for saying for sugar free. It's there's just so many options out there that she could have made a point to choose one little company i feel like it was so misguided. Yes yeah. I think you're right insiders. Tell me she's not actually working with the company a to try and help them. You're right this is a small mom and pop type. Establishment is could really hurt their business also to inside us. Friends of demi told me late last night. She didn't think this through.
The Irish Border, Why Is It There, What's It Like?
"Hello i'm at about grint on this. Revision carey phillips revisits. A journey along the irish border twin on the message and dommage into political games and antics of the tories in london northern ireland park if the single market for goods that means you. Import procedures are applied on products. Arriving from the rest of the uk on the springfield road. Several dozen republican youths attacked police vehicles spin increasing unease about the brexit arrangements for northern ireland's loyalist seeing a treat border with the rest of the uk as diminishing their british identity. The last two weeks have seen violence erupting on the streets of northern ireland unions. Fear the bricks at agreement which leaves northern ireland following e you customs. Rules will undermine their place in the united kingdom. The arrangement agreed to by all sides during the brexit. Negotiations is to protect the land border dividing the republic of ireland and he yuma nba and northern ireland. Part of the uk from any customs infrastructure. Like cameras aboard posts. The five hundred kilometer border is considered an absolute priority for the northern on pay steal the good friday agreement and needs to be protected at all costs but this raises an interesting historical question. Why is there a border across the island of ireland and had it northern ireland become part of the united kingdom kerry picks up the story in the seventeenth century when all and was essentially part of the british empire. The british ascendancy in ireland supported by the arrival of thousands of
Japan Earthquake Is Followed by Tsumani Warning
"Warnings went off after a strong earthquake in northern Japan, shaking even buildings in Tokyo and triggering a tsunami advisory for part of the northern coast. U. S Geological Survey put the strength of the quake. A magnitude seven point, Oh, and centered off the coast of the Miyagi Prefecture in the country's rugged northeast, which was heavily damaged during the huge earthquake and tsunami of 2011 that left more than 18,000 people dead.
Saying No When Your Kids Ask You for Money
"We are going to talk about how setting limits and your financial life can boost your financial confidence. It's one of the challenges that i find. Many women face is saying no to their adult children when they ask for money. Yes i know you love your kids. But when does loving them mean setting a limit around your bank account so today to help me answer this question. I have carry rattle. She is a financial therapist and coach. Founder and ceo of behavioral sense and ceo of stopping over shopping carey has over thirty years experience as a financial executive with multi country experience in banking brokerage and credit card practices. Welcome carried to the podcast today. Kathleen thank you so much. And i so love what you do. It's a pleasure to be here. Thank you. I'm excited to break money. Silence with you on this really interesting topic so let me just set the stage a bit. Because often when i am giving a presentation to a group of parents of breaking money silence across generations incurring encouraging intergenerational. Talk there the question always comes up that someone in the audience has a young adult child who they want to set a limit with. They want this person to be financially independent. They clearly love their kid. But they're finding it so hard to say no and so this struggle i think is really somewhat universal and so i do empathize with them. But i wanna really talk today with you because it's an area that you work in about how you can talk about finances with your kids and start to set those financial limits so tell me just off the top of your head with this issue kind of what's the highlight what makes it so challenging. And then what are some of the reasons. People should actually say not their kids. My gosh so. I also empathize not easy right especially when you have beautiful big looking at you. You know pleading it's it makes your heart melt but you know went when you give your child everything. Here's what you're telling your child right. You telling them that. Money is limitless. You telling them that spending has no consequences and you're telling them or you're not helping them. Connect the dots between spend how that accumulates into debt and where the money has to come from to pay it off in our job as parents is to prepare our children for surviving and flourishing in the world. Especially when we're not around and so teaching kids things like that doesn't doesn't help. So the idea is to switch that around and say okay. What is saying no help them. Do it helps them. Learn how to plan ahead. So that they don't get into predicaments. It helps them learn how to make choices and set priorities so that they understand. They can't have everything and they need to understand how. That money is accumulating in terms of debt. And how they have to figure out how to pay it off in some ways. It's actually a gift to say. No it's something just popped into my head. I actually In my twenties used to give my father a hard time. I had been in therapy around some of some. You know body image self esteem issues and i came home one day and i said to my father. You don't say no enough and he's like what and wasn't around money moves around other stuff. But i was like you should have set more limits with me. He's like new. I blew it and so you. I don't know if every kid comes home and says to their parent eventually. You should've said no more But there is some real value in teaching people that there's limits that there's struggle that and and i find that there's some self esteem that comes from having to figure it out even though you might have a kid who pitches a fit at the beginning. Oh absolutely right. Being being able to conquer the world on your own is awesome and we have to give our children that ability you know. Yeah being the safety net. All the time is just not going to pay off. Well i feel like society puts a lot of pressure on mothers in particular in. My story was certainly about my dad because my mother was actually pretty good at saying no but with women. There's this there's almost this over correction on how we not only have to be their parents. We have to be their friends. We have to be selfless and we have to give to others. And that's just a recipe to be overwhelmed and not feel good. But i'm wondering what do you think happens when we are in that mode of trying to be the best mother we can be and we want to give our kids everything and we're not setting limits ourself let alone our kids. Does that complicate things around money or that kind of a separate issue. I think it totally complicates things. And i'm going to tell you a short story about my mother and then segue got to finances. It wasn't about finances but my mother was incredibly selfless. She raised four kids She worked and she was so stressed out all the time because she denied herself everything to give to her children to give to her husband to give to her work so my mother passed away a few years ago. And somebody asked me. What do you remember most about your mother. And you know what popped into. My head was not what i shared. What popped into my head. Was she used to yell a lot. And that's because my mother was so stressed all the time but she deprived herself of self care and self kindness. So let's segue that into finances right. The same thing can happen if you are denying yourself so much to give to your kids. Are you threatening your own enjoyment in life that you worked so very hard for. Are you threatening your own ability to retire someday because you are mortgaging your house to you know. Give give your kids a down payment or put your kid through school. Of course you love your child and you want to get them set straight and and you know have have a good life and not have huge debt but you know. Here's what i want somebody to think about an. It's a little blunt. So i know i'm being awfully director. Rupert it on the aso. When when you when you think okay. I'm going to mortgage my house for my kid to send them to school so the first part is okay. I love you child. I'm gonna mortgage my house design you. And here's the part you don't say to yourself and by the way dear child because i'm putting myself in so much debt. I'm not going to have retirement and so you're going to be supporting me when i'm retired.
Governors lift COVID-19 restrictions despite risks of new spike
"More states are lifting coronavirus restrictions in Arizona Governor Doug Ducey says capacity restrictions are being lifted at restaurants, gyms and other businesses. Ohio Governor Mike DeWine is telling. Baseball fans come back to the ballpark for a start with the Indians and 30% capacity the Cincinnati Reds as well. Texas governor Greg Abbott is defending his decision to reopen the numbers air going in all the right direction, he says. Texas is a completely different situation. It is safe. Open up, 100%, CDC director, Dr Rochelle Walensky says Now is not the time to do this. Current numbers remain concerned cases and deaths are still too high and have now plateaus for more than a week, Wilensky says. When prevention is rolled back cases go up. I'm
Mariah Carey sued by brother for depicting him as ‘violent man’ in memoir
"Mariah carey put out a recent memoir the meaning of mariah carey and now. Her older brother is suing her for defamation. Morgan carey is suing her saying that she inflicted emotional distress. He also claimed that you say about him she. He has claims that she falsely suggested he's violent and seeking unspecified damages last month. Her older sister suitor for over a million dollars because of the memoir so her siblings are not happy with her and her spilling the want some of her scratch right
Mariah Carey’s Brother Sues Her for Emotional Distress Inflicted by Memoir
"Mariah Carey's older brother is not happy. He's suing her for defamation. Morgan carry Wednesday suit the singer over recent memoir the meaning of Mariah Carey and is accusing her of inflicting emotional distress. The complaint filed in a New York claims that the memoir falsely suggested he was violent. Lawsuit seeking unspecified damages. Last month, her older sister sued her for more than a million dollars because of that same book, New York Times best seller. The five time Grammy winner has not commented on the latest
The Origins of the Honey Trap
"The term honey trap has a surprisingly apt history. Like the idea of fem fatality itself. It exists somewhere at the border of fact and fiction originally coined by celebrated spy writer john carey in his nineteen seventy six novel tinker tailor soldier spy it moved from fiction to life. The intelligence community started using the term. One of the reasons it made that jump is because it's a succinct metaphor for a real long standing espionage tactic. The spy positions herself as sweet tempting delicious like honey. Her tools are charm sex or the suggestion of sex. And as they say you catch more flies with honey. Honey is also sticky. Once you're caught in it. You're as helpless as a fly to. The tactic is proved effective for many different intelligence agencies. Today even male spies can be found playing these cards but traditionally it was considered a strictly female domain. In fact the only female domain in the world of espionage and on the surface it sure did seem like a lovely gig one overflowing with alcohol sex a good time and targets who had no idea that their momentary pleasure was as dangerous as a knife at the throat.
Interview With Kary Oberbrunner
"Carey. Say what's up to fire nation and share something that you believe about becoming successful that most people disagree with pain is your friend so so i just i run in circles with people who are pretty intense and there's two pains in life. Jim rohn said it's the pain of discipline or the pain of regrets. One ways ounces and the other ways tons in my world. I believe there's chronic pain that most people live in or there's acute pain that's intentional focused in short term and that's the type of pain we go after. It's just like a tough workout. Little bit of acute pain and it gets Over that chronic. Pain in your life or i fire nation that value bomb. Thank you for joining myself. And kerry today. There is no more to be learned. Here look away not just getting. Obviously we have a lot of fun things to talk about here today. Fire nation and i brought carry on for eight number of reasons that passed value bomb. You just heard one of them. But as i mentioned in the introduction. We're talking today about the elixir for creating flawless ideas. Leveraging superhuman focus in achieving optimal human performance keri. One thing that we've been talking about and i've been perusing through this great book of yours is. That's our lives are full of distraction. They're full of information. And you believe because of this. Our lives can actually become hacked. So what does that even mean. And what can we fire nation due to become hackel in our space john. A lot of people think of a hack as a shortcut have life hacker. You know these types of things bio hacker. Yes yes they. It's almost like this. Ooh i'm gonna find a shortcut thing but actually the definition of hack is when someone or something gains unauthorized access to a system or a computer Yeah so you think about your bank account you think about your computer your smartphone if it gets hacked that's a bad thing and it's when somebody overtakes it john awhile back man i. I wrote a fiction. Book called elixir project about about a future society. Where people's brain get hacked and My audience who's basically entrepreneurs businesspeople. They read it and they said man. This is not fiction as fast and again this came out in two thousand sixteen before we really had a tunnel conspiracy theories and allow going on but the point is this. I don't go that route. I just basically say that entrepreneurs have dreams but there becomes this gap between dreaming and doing is e. So you had you had a dream lots of dreams. You got a new book coming out. Fantastic have read it. It's awesome thank you. You have that dream for a book but then you actually have to write it. And there's this gap between dreaming and doing and that's where most entrepreneurs get get hacks is between idealization and implementation. Yeah and so basically. I did a ton of research into neurobiology science military. And i just said what is the secret weapon of super achievers in every discipline and it's basically this formula called unhappy ability. One thing that. I was really curious about when we were going through. Part of the process is how one actually does become uninhabitable. Because i'm totally understanding what you're saying you know we had this goal may be as ten years down the line or one year down the line or this very specific clear goal that we have ahead of us but between now and then something hacks us and we don't get there so what does that even mean to become uninhabitable to start achieving accomplishing these goals. It basically means closing the gap. So there's this crazy word that a lot of us said growing up as kids. We said abracadabra when we wanted something magical to happen. I don't know if you've ever said apricot times. Yeah yeah so. The words crazy powerful. It's really weird. It's it's it's the most frequent or common word used in all languages without the need for a translation. Basically you can say it in hebrew you can say the english you can say it. In spanish abracadabra and it ended. It means. I create as i speak
Russian Court Clears Way to Send Navalny to a Penal Colony
"Moscow court has rejected Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny's appeal against his prison sentence. Or the details. We turn to correspondent Sara Bassett Navalny is an anti corruption crusader and President Vladimir Putin's most vocal critic. He had been sentenced to two years and eight months in prison for violating terms of his probation while recuperating in Germany from a nerve agent poisoning that he blames on the Kremlin, which Russian authorities reject. Navalny's lawyers spoke to reporters after the verdict. Of course, we will appeal further in accusation court The sentence stems from a 2014 embezzlement conviction that Navalny says this fabricated and the European Court of Human Rights has ruled to be unlawful. His imprisonment has fueled the huge wave of protests across Russia
The Mystery Of The Pennhurst Asylum
"The eastern pennsylvania institution for the feeble minded and epileptic later called pinehurst asylum was originally established as a facility for the disabled opened in nineteen o eight. The property contained in array of buildings all scattered around large tracts of farmland in chester county. Thirty miles outside of philadelphia though it might sound like it was designed for care and comfort. The reality was anything. But the institute was first created to house intellectually and developmentally disabled people alongside those who suffered from epilepsy but this strategy was unwise as such patients had very different needs. What's worse is that. Many of the institutions goals were based on the nineteenth century eugenics movement proponents of the movement believed that the human gene pool should be protected and anyone deemed. Genetically inferior. Should be prevented from reproducing by forced sterilization or segregation from the rest of society. For this reason. People with certain kinds of disabilities whose families could not care for them were sent to penn hearst. Most of them came as infants or children. Girls and boys are separated into different buildings. So there wouldn't be any sexual mixing in the decades since the institution closed a slew of modern day rumors claim that penn hurst carried out forced sterilizations on its patients. But while sterilization did occur at similar institutions in the united states. There was actually no record of it at pinehurst. Rumors of the institute's horrific procedures ran rampant. The last perhaps this is because the hospital was shrouded in an era of mystery it operated almost completely independently of the outside world. It had its own power plant and produced its own. Food and supplies were brought in by a special rail. Line pen hurts was designed so that no one from the outside could get in but more importantly so that no one on the inside could ever get out. Georgie was carrying a stack of folded sheets toward the finish piles. When he noticed a girl arguing with an orderly. George stopped in his tracks. She had long shiny hair and was pointing a finger directly at him confidently shouting and screaming. He was instantly captivated and continued to watch her but eventually to more orderlies came over to give her a shot. And take away georgie side. Good things never lasted. Long at penn harris georgia's mother had left him there when he was only three. He never knew why not what he done or where she'd gone he'd been stuck in this place for twelve years and he knew it like the back of his hand. He knew that when the girl got taken away it was the last he'd see of her or so he thought The next day georgy walked into the laundry building at his heart nearly stopped there. She was if he someone else. He could've tapped on her shoulder and introduced himself but as it was he could barely manage breathing and walking at the same time. Georgie said down in front of his pile of sheets and started cursing himself for being so shy and that was when someone tapped him on the shoulder turned. The girl was standing behind him. A fitted sheet in her hand. She has georgie how to fold it. Her name was kerry. No one was happy to be. A pen harassed. But carrie was indignant about it. She said she didn't belong there. That was why she'd been fighting with the orderly. There was no way she was going to spend the day slaving over an ironing board if she wasn't getting paid the orderly at said that barbital injection might change her mind but it obviously didn't soon george bush love. He used to find laundry duty tedious. But now it was the only thing. He looked forward to because laundry. Duty meant seeing carry a few weeks. After they first met george carey was sitting on a low stone wall outside the laundry carried. Turn to him with a frown. She asked to launch. She was a burden after her parents died. Her guardianship went to her uncle.
The Case Of Nicholas Barclay
"Three years and full month earlier. Thirteen year. Old nicholas lie left. He's family san antonio home in frustration with a reputation for being troubled. Pain nicholas frequently skipped school and when he did attend he was often in trouble for being disruptive he's home life was equally unstable single mother. Beverly dullah was a high functioning heroin addict who worked seven nights a week at a local donuts door to provide for her family. Nikola softened lashed out at beverly heating and cursing at her and the police had been called out on a number of occasions to breakout arguments in an attempt to control nicholas outbursts. Beverly asked geraldo son. Nikolas brought by jason to move in having jason dair initially diffused tension between bedi nicholas. But as tom went by jason who was in his early twenties and also struggling with drug addiction came caught up in the family. Fighting dare arguments could be heard from neighbouring properties on june thirteen nineteen ninety-four nicholas decided to blow off some steam. After a fought with these mother bus shooting a few hoops at the local park. He had a law on his mind. He already had a juvenile record and was due to faces sentencing. Hearing the following day this was to address a racing event in which he had broken into a convenience store and stalin a pair of tennis shoes. One possible outcome of the hearing was that nicholas could be placed in a group arm a prospect that greatly distressed him before nicholas left pressed the fog dollar bill into. He's hand her only instructions with him to be back home for dinner shea then retired to bed to sleep in preparation for her not shift. That work light that afternoon. The phone rang at the house. Jason answered was nicholas asking if these mother could pick him up from the park. Jason told nicholas that beverly was still sleeping and he'd have to walk time nicholas. Barklay never made it home for dinner that night the next morning following not shift at the donuts door. Beverly reported nicholas missing to local. Police nicholas had a history of running away from home and the offices were initially unconcerned by his disappearance. They speculated that nicholas was avoiding he sentencing hearing and reassured beverly that he would likely show up after a few days as he had done in the past. Beverly couldn't shake the feeling that something more was amiss. Shea and nicholas is older siblings jason and sister carey when about the neighborhood putting up flyers and knocking in the hopes someone had seen the blonde haired blue wad slim. Tain police interviewed beverly's baugh who told of the many arguments shea heard coming from the house particularly after jason had moved back in with nicholas and his mother wakes passed with no lades. Nicholas's disappearance gained little media attention. He's family felt that authorities had minimal interest in trying to locate the missing tain diagnosed with attention deficit disorder and naturally trusting of strangers. Beverly thought that nicholas smart have accepted a lift home with an unknown person and met with foul play. She spoke of her sons loving nature. Anyone who would listen hoping to sway the local perception that he was unruly teenager. She remembered how affectionate hey could bay and thought about. He's taught warm hug often three and a half months off his disappearance a small glimmer of hope that nicholas barklay was alive and well presented itself. Jason was returning home one afternoon when he saw nicholas trying to break into the garage of their low set modest brick family. Time when nicholas court saw jason Disappearing down the straight jason. Find the local police and an was dispatched to the house Hey conducted a search of the premises and the straight blocks surrounding time but could find no sign of nicholas despite this promising laid there were no further sightings and the case turned code as the months. Dis went by nicholas. Family came to the conclusion that he had most likely died. Had he been alive they were certain he would have reached out to them.
The case for Baylor at No. 1 over Gonzaga
"The only respectful way to begin. This episode is by recognizing that scott drew baylor bears formerly known. As bill henderson's baylor bears improved a seventeen on the season tuesday night with an eighty-three sixty nine victory at texas. They outscored the longhorns. By seven in the first half they outscored the longhorns. By seven in the second half as a result baylor otherwise known as terry eagles alma mater is now seventeen and fifteen. Double digit wins. The bears are number one at kim palm. Their number one in the net. they are awesome undeniably. Norlander your turn to talk about baylor. Are you going to spend the next few minutes showing proper respect for the first lady of baylor basketball or are you going to once again disrespect. Kelly drew got drew. Plus mackenzie payton brody. Not to mention homer and janet price and tara dana and her husband. Casey bryson anna isaiah caleb. In luke plus drew barrymore drew carey. Drew brees drew bledsoe. Dr drew drew. Gooden andrew mcintyre how are you gonna handle this moment. bryce doesn't care does care. He'd bryce doesn't care. I talk to about it. He doesn't care. How are you going to atone for the fact that you still have a number one. I mean. I think it's disrespectful at this point. Daily top twenty five and one. After what i saw last night. I got baylor number one. But you don't and you disrespect the entire through family. And every drew. She has to drew mcgarry as well. You're disrespecting them all you've got number two. I think you're the one who needs to explain himself. I actually can't explain myself. And i do get asked this every day. I saw strong joe last night trying to make the case that baylor should be number one and i let it be clear. I won't argue with anybody that says baylor should be number. One baylor at this moment has a better resume than gonzaga. Got six quarter on lindsay. Does eggs only have five. Baylor is got the best adjusted efficiency margin in the country and one of the best of all time at this point. If you wanna if you wanna put baylor number one it is fine with me. It's just. I think we've talked about this. Before i made a rule a longtime ago i will not drop number one team unless it loses the only time i made an exception i went and looked it. Up is two seasons ago. Kansas was number one in the top twenty five and one to open the season. Kentucky might have been to. Duke was in the top five somewhere and do zion williamson cameras and remember the other one started with our allies and it was. It was whatever it doesn't matter. It doesn't rj barrett and so they went out and they just throttled kentucky on opening night at bankers life. And i just. I was even conflicted. Then because keynes's is just one and it was one zero and number one and i was like i don't feel silly not to have that duke team. That just did that to kentucky ranked number one. So i made an exception to the rule. Then but i've been ranking college basketball teams for better or worse for like more than fifteen years now and i've only dropped a number one team without losing one time and that is the example.
"carey" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
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Because my first fact machine is much base yet because member we bought. Carry of the macho machine. Wasn't there is all kinds of hurdles. Because she was in england so we had to just buy it here in the mail and send it to her. Yes i'm buying may have caught her house on fire by this point because i don't know that it it qualified to meet the standards. Is she going to be able to use it there because of the plug converter guarantees got should've center a converter to i imagine if you're living in england one okay But the fact the was said you told her. That was making macho from scratch. And i just saw machine is making it from the leaves. Why that's what i mean like. If you know mama differentiate making spaghetti from scratch would be like okay if you buy the thing raghu now even get the crushed tomatoes and the tomato paste and then you combine and all that from scratch so the fact that it's raw leaves in not the powder that's that's why i was calling it scratch. I get that. I'm just like i didn't take the leaves. Unlike muddle them up into a pay and then add the water. You know that would seem. I'm not gonna okay. Okay great but so look. This isn't my job clearly. A lot of people make jokes this jokes but monica. I have fallen into this pattern. Where were texting. And then i n inadvertently tax like five things. And she hasn't responded yet and then i get insecure. Then i say thank you for attending talk which is again is a well worn. Joke joke is old. How old is that joke. Got hip to it. Like six months ago. Rachel staying by the know how old it is. But it's definitely well-worn. Okay well i still really like it. And so i say to you and then last night you are in a bit of a pickle. 'cause you nervous you weren't gonna know how to fill up your car because you've never done it before and you want to know where where's the button to open the door and i said try pushing on the field turns out. That was the case. All this to say you may double safe that you don't put diesel in it and i said yeah don't put diesel put put premium in it and then you said okay but i want to put the most expensive one in is in diesel more expensive well and then i said well i'll give you a ted talk when i come over about diesel. Yeah it was supposed to be just for us. But now oh i should share it with the world. Not actually what i thought. I thought we ran out of time. And i promised you a ted talks. So now everyone's going to get okay so just in a nutshell care at all. Yeah actually do okay. So the way in normal gasoline engine works is is the cylinder go. I'm sorry the piston goes down in the cylinder and then it fills it with gasoline and then the cylinder goes up and it compresses it. And then the a spark plug ignites it and it forces the piston back down. And that's how it's making motion l. k. in diesel. There's no spark plugs so there are glow plugs to get it going initially but the compression is so fierce inside of a diesel engine that just that much pressure as compresses. The gas will cause it to explode on. Its own without an ounce bar but also diesel burns dirtier and so there are little elements in there that can also spark the explosion. The fuel itself can perpetuate the explosion. So diesel isn't better gas. It's not as good of gas really but it has a different power curve and then back to the octane thing. So what's interesting is you would imagine that like one. Octane is more explosive than eighty seven. Octane but what. I've been told maybe someone. Correct me on this in the comments but it actually explodes slower one explodes slower which gives a longer bit of thrust to that piston because the explosions lasting longer. I'm glad i stopped in. Yeah i learned something new. I definitely didn't know any of that stuff. But if you put these linen unleaded car you're fox okay. I don't do that. No so does the more expensive unleaded actually better for the environment. Please yes well. i will say this. Generally speaking all things being equal. If you feel a eighty eighty-seven versus ninety-one you'll get slightly better gas mileage with ninety one so in that respect you using less fuel. You don't even need to feel bad. Because i got you that car month ago and yesterday was the first time he had to figure out how to get i now. So you're using a tank. Tanka guess a month. I know i know i drive so infrequently but bud bud you know when i had my prius. I was filling up like every three months. Well let's be honest. You are filling up every three months. I was filling it up once a every time. I would drive it. It was always hovering above. And then i wait until the very end but i was feeling a little bit like e once a month once a month is kind of a lot and so the previous held nine gallons And would go on that for three months off this..
"carey" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"Welcome come up. No armchair expert. I'm dan shepard. I'm joined by monica them. Oust hello there. How are you. I'm good it's rainy here in la and we like it. Well i like it of disorder. Sad but i enjoying at more than normal. Yeah it's nice you know. What else is nice carey mulligan. She is off carey mulligan. She's an kademi award nominated actress and she's talking us. I've fell in love with her in an education. of course she was in the great gatsby. Wildlife shane oh. That's my movie shame. That's my move chambered. She has a great new film out called promising young woman. There's already a ton of buzz. Oh excited to see it. I haven't seen the end. I'm dying to park salons. set a term. Yeah okay. I love you. Please enjoy carey mulligan. We are supported by peacock. Home of comedy. Whatever you're funny. Peacocks got it exclusively stream tons of comedy hits from iconic sitcoms to brand new originals. Bears beats the office on peacock. Catch all two hundred and one episodes of the office right now. Plus string bonus extras and exclusive. Whether you're a superfan or nudist granton. You'll find something you love and if you're looking for something more classic let's say you can stream every episode of parks and recreation two and a half men plus every season of snl in the mood for something brand new checkout peacocks original comedies the amber ruffin show ap bio and saved by the bell which is certified fresh by rotten tomatoes. Don't miss all these hits plus so much more get started for free at peacock. Tv dot com and start streaming.
"carey" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"Happy twenty twenty one dear listeners. Today's guest are mold fennel and carey mulligan. You know emerald from her role as camilla parker bowles in the crown as a writer and producer of killing eve and as the writer producer and director of promising young woman which is now one of my all time favorite movies. I am not exaggerating. Emerald deserves at least one academy award for this film carey. Mulligan is one of my favorite actresses and all watch anything she's in. You probably know her from dr. Shame and the great gatsby. I can honestly say that her portrayal of cassie and promising young woman is one of the most amazing performances. I've ever seen because we talk a lot about the movie in our interview. I'm going to tell you just enough about it to not spoil anything. You really have to see it. Promising young woman is a black comedy thriller directed written and produced by emerald fennell in her feature direct to'real debut. The story follows a woman living a secret double life as she takes revenge against men who have wronged her. The film stars carey mulligan. Bo burnham brie clancy brown jennifer coolidge laverne cox and connie britton. I really can't recommend it enough. After talking with emerald and kerry. I'm joined again by psychotherapist. Bestselling author endear therapist. Podcast host lori gottlieb. Who has some expert advice for our listeners. Thank you all so much for sticking with us through this last year the podcast his really helped me feel connected. And i'm grateful for so many of you reach now if you have a question or a story to share. Please visit our website at unqualified dot com. I really look forward to hearing.
"carey" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"The thing i keep thinking about as i thought about this whole mc moment is a quote variety shared in an interview Inning of the whole kickoff for this press tour. She's talking. To allison p davis. I believe for new york magazine and she made mention of how like her writing. This book is her ability to actually able to reflect on her career. And a wave. At like whitney michael prints were not able to just as somebody who liked reds about things talks about black culture so much to have artists of this level share so much and reflect so intimately i just think about what an archival gift it really is and how there are so. Many of our brightest artists and musicians didn't get that opportunity or didn't live to see that opportunity awarded that paternity. You know obviously this moment is really fun. I baby more than a lot of people are really excited at the prospect of like mariah j. Had arianna christmas. But i think that the impact of this moment with her mars is gonna live far beyond this moment and i'm excited to see how her circling back and doing something like this. Having this full circle moment with her career. I'm excited to see how that affects the way that other black musicians eventually reflect on their songbook in the future. So i think that's probably the perfect note to end on. Well we want to know what you think about. Herreid harry and tell us your favorite songs you can find us at facebook dot com slash p. c. h. h and on twitter at p. c. h. h and that brings us to the end of our show rich and britney thank you so much for being here darlings and of course thank you for listening to pop culture. Happy hour from npr. And we'll see you all tomorrow. Let's be honest. this year has been hard from covid. Nineteen to the presidential election. So much of our energy is spent just getting through the day. Join us for a new season of the story. Core podcast from npr to hear conversations from people who have faced challenges come out on the other side learned some meaningful lessons along the way this message comes from npr sponsor vs esp individual plans. This year has us all wanting to be healthier. That includes our i health. But how do you get vision coverage if you're retiring. Vs esp division coverage. many people get through work offers. Individual vision plans enroll anytime on any device and start using your benefits the same day you don't need to be an employee to employee level vision coverage visit. Vets p direct dot com today..
"carey" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"Listen a little bit to that song is don't wait a minute. This is to deep tom. And just the way she interpolated..
"carey" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"That thong. I love it because it's just such an incredible song. It works both as a pop song and a gospel saw. Because lyrically really seems to me like it's coming down to a choice between survival and surrender which is a theme in love songs. It's also a theme in any sort of spiritual music and you hear mariah's god-given voice which at times sounds sultry in the song but it's still kinda feels kinda right. It's like she sounds sexy. Which is talking to jesus but like so like mariah like a nutshell for me. It really shows and makes clear that mariah is a singer in the black. R&b tradition even another song on that album circles. That was something where she mentioned in the book. She's like i wanna make song. That sounds like something that aretha would have wanted to record. Interestingly enough one. Of my first associations with ron carey was through aretha franklin from the first broadcast of divas live last night each one and a camera with something i think it might have been chain of fools that had mariah saying with her know. I grew up seeing mariah in jet magazine every week and also owns monthly in ebony and so i always associated her with blackness and black music but when i hear fly like a bird i listen to like the themes which are very in line with gospel music surviving and surrendering your will to the lord. That is in line with so much of the gospel. Music tradition that traditional aren became out of that we know that mariah has mastered pop or pop and be are in be in hip hop collaboration. But i think that was the first time i really felt like okay. Mariah singing gospel that has waves. And it really solidified for me. The fact that she you know has a rightful place in a grand tradition of black recording artists in black divas at that level. But it's also a song that has meant a lot to me over the years and something that i've turned to honestly i've turned to it throughout this pandemic being locked up at home so yeah i think that like that song for me is one of the moments where i really see how mariah is a master at so many different genres. Yeah rich do you have thoughts on fly like a bird. I love fly like a bird. I love emancipation of mimi as well. I think there is sort of a musical theme on that album of this sort of full band sound. It's a very sort of ipod era album in that. It does a lot of things and has a lot of producers but one of the threads that ties it all together is heard in fly like a bird as well as circles and Mine again and if only you knew this sort of like seventies soul sound with the band. And i think that's a great look for her. I mean i don't know what the album would have been like if it were all like that. It probably wouldn't have been as commercially viable as it came. But it would be interesting to hear her do something like that because as divas get older it becomes harder and harder to figure out what to do with your career mariah less so because if she had to could sing standards i think but still it's like how do you mature and stay relevant in an age. Est institution really really difficult demands. A patient of mimi was a good indication of how one might start doing that. That's a perfect segue into the song. That i think really solidified her staying power and that is we belong together. Which is interesting. Because when i was looking at the reviews of the album when it came out the way in which people talked about it. You know when emancipation came out it was after glitter had flopped. It was after charm bracelet or ninth studio album pretty much underperformed received separate reviews and it was also after her quote unquote meltdown on trl which she describes in detail in the book and basically blames carson daly for not playing wrong. It was funny to hear her talk about how it was like. She says quote. It was a stunt gone awry. It wasn't my fault. I wasn't crazy so after all of bet. She was down for the count. According to critics and everyone thought her career was over and with a manson patient. The when we talked about it they were like. Oh well she's going back a little bit more to her roots going to heavy on the hip hop even though on this album. She has. You've dog ferrall. She's still working with jamaica. Pre like there's all of these similar tools that she's working with bet she's worked with on previous albums and so they talk about it as if It's sort of this. It's an ms patient but it's also rebirth for her. I had forgotten that the song was basically the song of the summer. Like it was number one for fourteen weeks straight and it's a weird song of the summer to think about because usually when you think of these things it's usually upbeat song and i feel like it preceded like more recent years or we have like sad drake songs being number one. It's very much a valley just like a power ballot the best form. There is an interesting piece from california and a in the new york times at the time where he talked about how. She has reestablish herself as a neo. Disco diva while subtly updating her approach and that part of the reason why he thought that this song is a song of the summer is because she's mixing her lyricism in the win which she pronounces these lyrics. It's sort of hip hop inflected. Actually let's.
"carey" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"This message comes from. Npr sponsor microsoft teams. Now there are more ways to be a team with microsoft teams. Bring everyone together in one space with a new virtual room. Collaborate live drawing sharing and building ideas with everyone on the same page. And make sure more of your team is seen and heard with up to forty nine people on screen at once. Learn more about the newest teams features at microsoft dot com slash teams. Welcome back joining us from her. Home in brooklyn is britney. Loose who most recently hosted the nod with brittany and eric on qube. It's great to have you back your britney. It's good to be back especially today. Yes and also here from his home in brooklyn is rich. Jesuit senior writer for jazz abell. Hey rich very for having me. yeah. I'm excited to have you on to both of you. It's going to be a fun conversation. Now if you follow mariah carey on social media you are well aware of her hashtag mc thirty campaign a celebration of thirty years in the music business. In recent months she's brought previously unreleased music from the vault and reissued a bunch of albums and vinyl for diehard fans. She's also released a memoir and audio book. The meaning of mariah carey which provides detailed backstories for beloved songs like the fantasy remix featuring older. You bastard is one of my personal favorites and of course. It's that time of year again. When all i want for christmas is you is basically inescapable. She even has a christmas special but just dropped on apple. Tv so we figured it's a good time to dive into all things mariah carey and reflect on her impressive career by examining a few tracks from her deep catalog. Now i i want to start off with finding out where we the three of us are all coming from when it comes to our respective appreciations firm mariah carey britney. Is there a specific song or album that you think converted you into becoming mariah carey fan. I don't know if i ever became a riot carry fan. I think i was born into it like her. First album came out when i was probably toddlers something like that and then the emotions. Music box daydream. Butterfly run. even through rainbow was like my whole girlhood. Select my whole. Girlhood was kind of defined by reich area. She had songs that we're seeing cars. My parents like emotions but also like hero or a all like some of my first memories of soda to get middle school dances. We're liked those song. Emancipation of mimi. That came out when the euro graduate from high school. And start college me too. I mean like all so much of my young heartbreakers defined by look even listening to mariah carey songs again. The strength to love again now so exciting to kind of be able to see her as like chile the fifty year old woman that she is and also be able to sort of understand her an adult level and like really processing so many things that she went through that she's finally being more open about mariah is was witney janet to me growing up like she was just on the radio she was always in the air and i couldn't extricate her musical influence from my life. I think you and i had very similar trajectory i will. I will elaborate on that in a minute rich for you. I know that you told our producer. Mike piazza beforehand that. You didn't actually come to really get into my career. Find her interesting at least until the cracks in her public image began to show. Can you say more about that. Yeah of course i mean. I paid attention to her. From the beginning. I remember vision of love coming on the radio. Not knowing who she was thinking it was whitney houston song. Because they're tones were similar and it was really hard to untangle initially. You know. I'm older than both of you. So i was like probably ten eleven. When she debuted. I liked her because i like pop music period. She was just in the ether so much so that it was kind of saturated with mariah carey just album after in the nineties. Hit after hit you know and it was really easy to look at her. As sort of an inevitability and i think part of the reason why maybe the critical response wasn't there initially and so she's sort of this workhorse. This chart statistic constantly racking up these numbers and it wasn't until glitter that there was any sense of creative humanity. Let's say this idea that she actually could release something. That was imperfect not accepted by the wider public. That had never happened to her before. And all of a sudden she becomes that much more interesting to me. You know i do have a taste for sort of camp. And i knew going into glitter that it really could deliver on that level but i think it colored her in in a way that hadn't been previously because she was sort of this image of perfection for so long the cracks start to show. Now we have a human here to work with an all of a sudden. She's that much more fascinating. Yeah and i think also just her music i mean. Obviously even butterfly preceded the public cracks showing but butterfly. She talks about in the book. Being a very transitional period for herself. And we'll talk a little bit more about that but for me. I also very much appreciated when things got more specific when it came to her music. Like you britney. I probably remember mariah. From as long as i could sentient. My mother definitely bought the first three cassettes of her studio albums. And then i remember daydream. Just being my baby and fantasy being on the radio all the time like it was just an inescapable. The same way that like hooting. The blowfish were capable at the same time. It's like those two songs and the first album that i bought myself or rather quote unquote. My mom gave me money to buy. What's my own was butterfly. And i remember listening to break down over and over and over on repeat. The song does with bone thugs and harmony. Crazy bone and wishbone and wishbone. Yeah was like the other day. And it's probably still like my top five of her songs and rainbow was also a defining moment for me so she is also on the same level as janet for me and i just love her and i really enjoyed this book a lot especially listening to the audio book the meaning of mariah carey because it was just great to hear her voice in here her. Talk about a lot of these songs. I already loved and really dig into those. So let's actually dig into one of the songs rich. You chose the roof. And i think what's interesting about this in the book especially as how specific she gets about the background of that song and the way in which it's sort of marked a turning point in her career especially as an arm b artist's having been primarily defined by being a pop artists. While you know marrying tommy mottola and being under his control at that time. Talk a little bit about what the roof means to you. And sort of the way in which it.
"carey" Discussed on Popcast
"That's big down on twitter. We're going to put that on twitter is going to be. For sure. Okay. So you had negotiations done for you, which is a thing that obviously happens sometimes it big celebrity interviews access on. So forth, you know you come in cold you're just like who me I don't know anything that happened before this exact moment, right? If somebody pissed you off, it's not me. Forty cents. Have they. Greet you WanNa, do you perceive? Well, it was really strange because of Kobe and this is my first in person interview since March. So I had an antibody. So I had like my documentation that and then had did you have? I did yeah in in in March. So sorry Oh you know it was pretty mild for me. Thank you. So I had my antibody documentation. I got tested again closer to the date and then I, had to find. A testing location that would get me my results in like a timeframe that what makes them feel secure but also was like fast enough. She has someone that's A. immuno-compromised in her sort of bubble. So I think that everyone was nervous about and they hadn't had any outsiders since like everyone's margin. So everyone was very wary but when I got there, it was like they were so happy to have a new person. So like you know Mariah was off doing her mariah thing and on the phone or on Zoom, which now has been revealed with this Apple Crisp special sort of plotting all of the. The big stuff she's doing, and then it was just me and her team, which is her close friends like the people that she's she rolls with the most you know her tour manager, her house manager, her makeup artist, they're all. Happy. To have a new souls, there's lots of conversation in they really did make me cookies about me asking and like. It was great I kept joking like I'm not going to leave and I think I made the joke. So many times that they were like, please make sure she leaves. Yes literally like. We're GONNA, lever in like some other room just to be like, Hey, we'll be right back and then someone else will like escort her from the prices. Exactly. But it was weird like walking up this huge driveway upstate New York with my mask on and it was it was late because it was like you know pass ten and. She's in Bedford. Yeah right and do you feel like entourage's Alzheimer's take on different rhythms? Every celebrity andrade just kind of its own. There are some that are kind of extraordinarily protective of their center of their hero of their of the boss and there are some that are kind of like it's familial. Where did this kind of fall on that spectrum? Did you live? I think familial super familial in the way that like they would let little like anecdotes or like talkable should about Mariah and looking good natured way without realizing that like, Oh, no, we're like we're the entourage and this is the. Once you sort of in the orbit like you're part of the family and they all sort of it was it was cute I really liked the especially like I've been isolated for so long it was very nice to be like all my new friends. Serpent. So good over the years. Mariah as an interview subject I feel like has been alternately pretty transparent but on the other hand, like kind of like almost a theatrically icy in some instances and obviously like in a weird way, there is not a lot of like long form narrative journalism about Mariah. Carey which I think is like speaks ill of like. Say The music press in the nineties thousands but you know we can punt that for another conversation. Sometimes, she is especially when it came to like you know TB, interviews or red carpeting abuse like she's like sometimes just like very laser you know the very famous I don't know her moment. So and so forth like Mariah's like giving you this rich character sometimes in interview type settings. Did it take a while in your interaction with her to get her to warm to not be that or was she coming in the door knowing what she needed, what she wanted to give you like what was the energy like when she came in? Well, one thing that wasn't in the pieces because I already used too many words and the scenes novel thing. And the scene in in real life just overshadowed things but we have like a pretty lengthy zoom call maybe three or four days before I went to the house before they gonNA. Let me come to the house. We just started on zoom and I think because we already sort of established a report and because. A lot of what I was told from her team about zoom call was like this is just for her to feel like she can trust you and she feels really vulnerable about this book and so just like come in and like letter letter talk about talk about which is what I would have done anyway. But it was still good advice. You know that she was nervous suppose course and also it's worth noting and not to be all process he about. Like this I, feel like I've done a version of this from time to time and I it definitely different people function differently as far as what their comfort levels are. But I do find in the Times where I've done a version of what you're describing it invariably makes the actual thing go more smoothly. Yes. Yes. It would have been a lot harder to sort of warm her up. It sounds so perverted if I hadn't had that like establishing zoom was a great season into itself like I wish I could have included some of that like she really went full full tilt with the lighting you know. Great. Ride. Knows her angles in her best lighting. We do. You think she has one of those crazy ring lights and she had it like setup over the over the laptop screen Khanabad. Mariah. She's so self aware. She knew she was going to tell me that. So like she she was very clear like, yes this is where all my lighting is. He call this zoom room it was like of. Atrium OUGHTA. Zoom. Room Zoom. Dot as cools in Iraq and room I suppose. I should. I can't believe I didn't import a carpet from our cash for this for this episode I really like I'm slipping I, should've limping. Says to me as well real Roku. And the funniest part was that she had some project or put the zoom screen up on a big television. So she could see me kind of like. I guess but this room was all windows. So I could see the reflection of me on zoom. And I was like, so trippy to be like looking at her like watching my giant heads reflected in the windows behind her head and. I'm so glad that was not the only thing i. Have a screen grab of after Your Archives of course. Sure sometimes, in the moment, you can forget to grab the I'm just. Okay. Good. So she came in you you already kind of grease the wheels a little bit. You know I read the book I wrote about the Book I found the book I log on the very moving. Especially, the first half found it very very moving and I found it really encouraging and really nourishing, and I also thought the book pulled off this kind of unusual memoir trick that I, it's a lottery and I try not to read too many members most numbers are bad at this. Where it somehow manages to sound spoken and written at the same time like memoirs are like just so loose they are kind of like this draft, the drag because I'm just just hammering or they're so written. It's just clear that like someone zapped for three hours of interviews and then somebody else like that. It shouldn't the three hundred pages. This book is like very. Much achieves the best of both is the CO writer, Michaela Davis I thought that I really really sharp job. Did you feel like Mariah wanted to do the same thing with you that she was doing in the book? Did she see this is an opportunity to kind of extend the narrative what's in the book or do you feel like she was using the slightly different? I feel like she was using it in a slightly different way. I think what I like love about Mariah is she has no qualms saying I've said that before or like that was on a page fifty two of the book. So like if I would ask the question that wasn't furthering that conversation, she was like please referred to as okay. Shit thank you. Yes I I will do that..
"carey" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"I think that's how we need to start. You were freaked out that my hair went good for. You insisted that I went and showered and put product in it. So that would dri- correctly. And you're totally neurotic that I would not look doc yoked and beef beefy Allen so you force me to workout. Yeah I did. I said you skinny and stinky right. You need a shower and work out of my hair look bad in reverse order so she apologizes. WAB that's now it happened to add all. Stop blaming me for your problems. uh-huh okay you were saying I was late. Yeah I was Melanie I move it back a half hour and then on top of that. I was actually fifteen minutes late eight well. I'm glad that you're at least acknowledging and it's It sounds like I'm coming it's unattractive it's undesirable and it's uncouth. It's fine it's fine. It's fine drew. Carey drew Carey hard to make his name longer. You know I like to extend the guest's name drew furred it just. I don't think it can be done. I guess I could call Andrew Carey. Yeah never really added a Prefix v O before we get into him. Let's talk about this show that we like. It's called cheer. Oh my God on Netflix. Yeah it's my show it's your show show a made for Monica Padma and it's all about a junior college. Cheer Squad who who in the past has been the world. What are they called the grand national? I was confused because they won National Championship. Like six times or something. But then the one Grand Nash. Yeah which is the highest score in the competition. Oh so you could win nationals but not have the hook because there's different categories so like there might be those nationals. There might be a all girl squad category. There's a code brunettes category Iraq. Now there's different categories and I believe Steve Grand nationals like an overall. Yeah which is very hard to accomplish. I'm loving it. You're a little worried. I wouldn't enjoy it. Yeah it's like when I watched master of none and I could just relate so much and I thought. Is anyone else going to like this or or not Eric and then everyone loved it and seemingly the same thing for cheer people like Oh my Gosh Amy Schumer posted a story today of Jerry. Jerry Jerry is the best at Matt Talk Remember. That was a quote Ed Tech Exactly. He's really gonNA matter so Jerry. I guess they tax in each each other something and then she tweeted it and it made me so please to think that those two are connected in the world on. Jerry's getting recognized service Schumer's exuberance and oh my personality. I told you this so I finished the whole thing. You're you're on three right. You're halfway on pins and needles fifty fifty six days Iraq. Yes and I am watching this finale and I'm balling And it's it's the same. It's the same intensity I mean. Not The exact same intensity but the feelings are the same of when when I was a state and I was crying that story where we won and then lost control of my body. I couldn't control myself rights. Wait and haven't like had really experienced any urine like that. I mean it could. I'm not asking a crazy question right because you lost complete control control. But I think my urine wasn't acs. Were you embarrassed. After the fact or no. Because I don't think you should be. I'm just one I know he knew. I wonder if you like maybe a little bit. Everyone's in in that state. Yeah I mean not. Everyone was crying. I was crying but everyone is in this. Just immediate emotional thousand and you go. Oh from Lake below ten two thousand. Because you're you're nervous. Oh nervous your son. It's comfortable such a specific feeling okay. That's what ecstasy is. That's why I'm trying to get to work your ass off. Eat all you gotta do is pop a little pill. It won't feel the same. It only feels that good because you earned it because you worked so hard and it really does a boils down to two minutes your whole year off right two and a half and they're correcting. Yeah the student has become the teacher fifty six days at Daytona kid on the man fifteen seconds to get off all my God the feeling. 'CAUSE when you're you'll see when you get there but the seconds before when you're on the Mat and you're waiting for the music to Stern. Oh ooh Oh my God. Here's what's Great. Can I point out something. You're not gonNA like I want you to acknowledge that when you're watching these NFL documentaries about about cte and the helm attack. Now that you're going. This is ridiculous. There cannot be a sport where everyone's brain ends up busted at the end of this show are right. It's so obvious to you you on the outside and probably when you hear these football players going like I don't give a fuck D- You're probably like you guys are being so shortsighted stupid now. I'm watching this documentary. People are getting concussions left and right I mean boom boom boom one of the gals have five of them. They're GONNA GET CTE. And I said this is insane. They don't practice with minimally family bicycle. Helmets that way all fourteen ounces. It would not fuck up your anything your your your head's thirty pounds fourteen ounces and it is so oh preposterous anyone. That's not you will be able to watch us in recognize. There's no reason not to practice with a helmet. Yes there is okay lots of reasons for one and ends up being less safe safe because you will hit your helmet on. Somebody's arm. People are handling much harder than your forehead or euro. SIP robuen. No No. It's just making more space around your head so you're watching them. You're not normally hitting your head unless something happens. Aunt normally like hitting your head on someone's chest but if you have a helmet on it would but let's be clear someone who's now an expert from watching this program. They're catching them by the body. Not the head if their kids in the head. There's been an error. I know that that's not what the back spot is catching from behind. They're catching under your arms and they are catching teaching your body but your head is here on them. I'm not saying put spikes in armpits. I'm San your head is here on them. Helmet you'll hit you. Whoa the helmets not harder than the back of your head a little bit yet? Yes but if there's extra that will hit it's ever so tighter in the most confined tight tight spot you don't have room for extra material and also the extra ounces really does make a difference. You have very specific shoes like we had these specific shoes that were I think. Think four ounces. You're you're being bullheaded gory. You're not you're not being. You're not prioritizing safety or the rest of their life so inches and I'm not saying they have to wear it in the competition. I know everyone needs to blow out to look good in their hair's got to do a certain thing I'm just saying in practice. Just it's like they've now in practice they don't run as much in football. They have less contact practices. You know. They're making adjustments. That are realistic. And I'm watching the show which I love which I love and I respect the athletes and I'm going this. They're just not doing everything they can do for safety now. Look I know they're not. I agree with you not put Delta two in there to get fucking five foot cushions five. Never GonNa feel the feeling that I felt. That doesn't have the biproduct of head trauma now. Oh there's many many sports that don't have the forgot. It concussion my time. It's it's not a little. I guess I'm not sure I'm not sure I'm seeing early. Signs of not. Not One of them is aggression. Then you have it. I know I do but I'm owning it way ward accident motorcycle accident. My God going to get more and more aggressive love. I I hate you okay. No I know what you're saying. Someone on the outside but you are wrong. You can't practice with something and then just go to the competition and expect everything to be the t- to be fine. It's not everything changes. Do you know why they'll see when you get episode. Mm Four or five Hawaii. You're not correct because it's never been tried. You're saying you're saying the theory that's never been tested why you are not correct. Because you've never done it right and I have and I know that even if somebody has like a brace on that's almost flush with their skin it makes a difference. It makes a difference difference in the way people are catching you have to hold. I mean it makes a different. Everyone will have to adjust now. Yeah we send someone out after a career cheer for Years Five Year Twenty concussions. CT No way you're just like warnings in NFL. You are blinded by your love for the sport not I did that and people did get hurt and people like came out and we lost. We had to get alternates. And that happened all the time but never because in our in our experience never because of concussions Sion's never because of something a helmet could have snapped lots of torn. ACL Lots of tumbling injuries and people having even a limp. We'll know that they just can't tumble and then they're out there not a man. Oh and you're learning and you're saying Oh you don't care about that for future comedian. Live with a fucking bum. Neither are life my hamstring right. And you're fine you're you're you're doing great tight Bac uh-huh okay anyway. We Love Cheer. It's a great show. It really just brought me back and I thank Netflix for that. Whoever's listening to this we we vote? Will you vote on this episode of whether you agree with Monica I wanna I WANNA see if I'm off base of Monica's off base and we need some objective outside 'cause I'm an actual X.. Experts what blinds you to it. That's the only weird thing about you. You cannot see your own blindness. Say What what I'm saying. You were suffering from from being in the forest. Can I say this point of the different. If you said to meet people die. Ride motorcycles. Go you're absolutely right. It's absolutely dangerous Chris. It's I wouldn't deny at any point you deny what you say it's not as dangerous motivating motor GP. He racing isn't as dangerous actually F. One where they're in a car. Ironically that's just the data they haven't the guy has died in a long time motogp now allemand where they raised the two or three guys die every single race. Yeah he you now okay. But you're not making any changes. Not In denial. I think changes would be fantastic to man but but you drive a motor. You ride a motorcycle knowing dangerous race on the isle. A man. Okay but just on the road. Is it more dangerous dangerous. What I do is very dangerous? Okay okay so you're you see all say that there's a lot of injuries that's right but you don't want him to change in any way. Du On it to change us. I was very in favor. Now leathers you can buy leathers that have called an air suit and and when you start to crash it inflates the whole suit so you don't break your bones now. There are a lot of people that had issues with that because of the added weight because of once that thing deploys you lose your you know potential ability to control the motorcycle Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah. I was very in favor of their suit. Well it's a little different because you're writing recreationally early. I take it very seriously. Do you bet you've never been to attract eight with me. I know you do when Shannon's faster than me. It ruins my whole life and I must be faster so sure. So there's injuries but I don't think anything should change it. I hope I hope everyone gets. CTE DT Oh my God. You're the devil. Because you really end up you know if I have cte. I'm doing great so all should get it. Oh my oh my gosh they got that crash update. Oh there's an update rob do you WanNa say it pusher yeah someone from the crack family emailed us and said that it crack is a play on cracking an egg and that they're technically a chicken and egg restaurant rob's his AIG that egg. That's Chicago thing. We apologize owners and family members of crack Shack for assuming it was a play on the addictive quality of crack cocaine otherwise has known as rock. I still think people though when they see the sign. Think that you know. We know their intentions..
"carey" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"The other thing I recognize about your career and And I admire about your career is I think for me would have been very easy if I just had the drew Carey show and I'm making a ton of money I'm having fun for you to go ahead and decide you know what I actually want to be a part of a group and I'm referring to whose line is it anyways to me. It seems like you're someone who has prioritized being with people you love or people. You really think are funny that you that you've prioritize the the process in the group experience honestly who wouldn't want to hang out with Ryan Ryan and Greg proops and Wayne Brady and chip esten hike all the people on that show. Why would I'll tell you who wouldn't it? 'cause it's happens to many people they're like No no I'm a star and I don't need to be around people who are going to potentially be funny for me at any given moment. That's not the way to be success like I've always wanted to be A successful and have it work and I knew just from reading and like I would study what not to do from people. I learned a lot of people on shows like what not to do even they were successful because I was like. Why don't WanNA end up like that fail like that? So let me use best practices and the best practice in a thing. Like that is if everybody's funny and if you're the STAR YOU'RE GONNA get a lot of the credit. Yes like Vice Association. Yeah Yeah it's a very smart but also I would would imagine also not a uniquely stand up thing like what I'm saying is you got to stand up in you. That's where you got discovered and that's what got you a show yet then immediately when you have the option to pick you wit towards Improv and sketch in this group stuff. Yeah I remember when I started reading for like going to meetings after. Got The tonight show about show like when you're new and all of a sudden you're taking a meeting every week your ticket a meeting with somebody I want in the in the Yeah so I would get. Hey you're an everyday guy guy and I was really out super overweight. Then and they've like you'd be good part of an ensemble and I would think to myself like Anna at some. I want to be the star of the show right. That's natural after like I had a big enough of an ego and wanted money like really money driven a lot of it where I was like now I wanted to start mix of star after tonight. Try to deal with Disney television. It was the The untitled your carry project that I got fired from in the middle of the middle of the Ellen Ellie rights going on. Oh Wow I remember driving home. My last day is when Reginald Dennie get pulled out of the truck and remember watching it on. TV in the studio and they're sending everybody home early. And I remember this driving home from Disney right and just white knuckled like. Is anybody like going to come to an intersection. Yeah with Tokyo where was it. All rights came right to the edge of my neighborhood. Like I live by the rock and roll Ralph's Okay so I remember a friend of mine on the roof of my apartment building with a AK47 yelling at people at the Ralph's they were going to burn it down. Oh and there's a bunch the roof like hey motherfucker get away from the roof and brandishing his not working. Ak47 wow and threatening these people with gas we're going to bring down that Ralph's and the liquor store down the end of the blackout looted. Some guy got shot in front of Hollywood high school. The appliance store down the street got looted. We run the very edge of the thing the tornado. Yeah and that was. Did that. Help alleviate your pain from getting fired really well could be worse. Well like the whole world's ending yet but then after I got five from do carry project. Another friend of mine was doing John Kevin Arizona show and I was the best friend in his show and I remember I liked working with the most great and it was a really good experience but I remember remember in the back of my head thing like well fuck now and the best friend always right like this show doesn't work. I'll get another show where I'll be the best friend on that show because in the Sitcom business once you get peg for something especially back then and then you get plugged into every other and if you were a star of a show and it didn't work guess what you're never again the starve. RV Show right. You're only the star show again. If it worked it was. It was always a hail. Mary pass always. Yeah an issue I of course I. I'm hosting a game show now now. What's the name of the show? Spin the wheel on Fox. It's preposterously sized wheel. It's four stories tall. Wow and you can win twenty three camilion dollars on it but is it actual. Do they control the wheel. Not even like the wheel on your show on my show. There is if you were to practice spinning on it you could spin it just hard enough to make a go round one revolution exactly and land on the dollar Ma if you knew the weight of it and you judge it like bowling. That's what the spinning the wheels like. Doc It's always been the same Wilson Seventy five right. Does he get repaired. Occasionally APP to imagine what's a while but then they have to get it sort of spin it the spin like a thousand times and keep track of every number of shirt snack fallen into remember I remember. They did a repaint of it or something like that. And there was the geyser backstage spinning it. There was like three crew guys and I was I. was there in off data. Meet somebody and I'm just walking around like what's going on really. We got to spin the wheel and write down the results for the shit that your whole day when they had like sodas and they were just some guy. It's been a real guy with market down uptake. October Sandwich spin the wheel mushrooms or something to help out with that but no minds much more. Like if you were to choose the option casino where you hit the button on the machine as opposed to pulling the it's completely Algorithm that does it randomly. Yeah the machine spinning anyway right. It's just way too big and it's it's you can but it is randomized. It is all this oversight Gotcha but but again I think it's forty tons so there is eighty thousand pounds taking motion dealer. No deal where they can like. You WanNa Stop Spinning the wheel. You want one more similar. So they'll have some money on the board in the final act of the show and then they have a family member. Let's say they have a million dollars on the board and then this this walkaway number comes up like you could bring in now in year. Guaranteed you're going to walk two hundred grand and the person in the audience can either hit that or not and then they spend again and might go up to three million dollars and now the walkway number might be six hundred thousand but their next spring could also be back to zero in. They're fucking dot. That's the end of the game so some didn't ring in. They're going home win. It doesn't go well as the host. It is fucking rough because that's also revealed the seconds before I'm like good night. Thanks for watching. Some of these are absolutely heartbreaking. And then I got like throw it to the end of the show. This isn't it when people like lose. WHO's horribly yes you go on the ride with him? You can't help but get sucked into their ride prices right. I feel bad if somebody plays the game badly. I'm not allowed to give him any hints. But if somebody like really is like lost at sea and I can only hope so much without saying say seven right right you WANNA walk right up to that life. It was me three me the number. I can't do that right. I just feel bad for them so nervous. TV The first. There's so much going on and then certainly on my show like it's actually life-changing amounts of money these made. Oh my God yeah. People have won it and people have like could've walked with two two million dollars and they didn't There's that gambling stuff coming into play. All yeah yeah they used to do. Let's make it seem seemed producer for prices right as let's make a deal and Kinda had these do let's make a deal in Vegas and they don't anymore because they were at the Tropicana and One of the problems they were having as Wayne would go. Here's forty dollars now. You can keep forty dollars or trade it for what's behind door number two and everyone would go nope. I'm keeping this forty bucks immediately or they or their so broke where they show up right fuck. I'm keeping this forty day. Just learned the hard way it could be a car car could be a trip is a trip forty Bucks Forty Bucks a such a chore to get people to Trade stuff in that. They already have right. They weren't geographical graphical hazard risk anything. Really that's really fascinating. It'd be fun to do like kind of a sociological experiment. Where you you'd set that show all over the world so like if you put them in Paris maybe it'd be like oh I gotta go for ten million or nothing because anything shy? That's not going to affect them with the president of Fremantle last night because their seasons about to start again and Fremantle finals the company that licenses prices right to CBS and They have shows all over the world and I was asking what other shows like. They do. America's got talent and pears town Germany's got talent and they're all the got talent shows that show right any countries without talent. Did he say hardcastle. Everybody's got some kind of talent but the problem we have with prices is right is our prizes now are so good at such as rice running salt lake. It's we have really good amazing trips and great car. It's the prices are great. Yeah the other shows can afford it like the these to be able to giveaway rights of owning in an area rug or whatever. Yeah and now they want to do like the American show. I'm like Oh we can't afford that because our budget's not big enough really so it's hard to syndicate now are harder to sell. It was nationally. So how many episodes of that year do you shoot. One hundred ninety a hundred under didn't yeah so even if you're making ten bucks an episode you're crushing in. How many can you do in a day?.
"carey" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"So in general for more interested in what people have overcome you winning an emmy. Just you know never won on an emmy and I but you know what I'm saying. I can't relate to a guy holding a statue but I can relate to a lot of this stuff I know you wrote in your autobiography. And that's what I find. Most I think most helpful to people as like again not the victory lap but like Oh yeah and it would suck talk to drew Carey. Get through it is all day interesting like I said I had this whole normal normal life. Where no you know taking a bus? All the time is to keep a journal like alleged thing to keep track of my expenses. I would honestly keep track of every penny I would count my change into my pocket and lay on my money out and go okay. I have you know twenty five five dollars and thirty four cents. Let's see if that matches up. I spent like you know so much on. Gum Mama Bah everything was written down. You know ten bucks was like a huge amount of money. Yes yes so what resulted that have because for me personally. I wanted money so bad I wanted to ask Shit so bad. It's still completely well. Fax Me a lot of my whole career. Here's is based on me making money right. Yeah it was like money or like you were asking me if it was driven by desire to do something like a lot of money but if I think if doing stand up again lot of it is because I like doing it see art form and a lot of it is like fuck I could make a Lotta money right in money But I thought that's like I hate having money on the table. I say that but at the same time I blow money like crazy like I really do like you. Have my accountant on my yeah. That'd be great check. I'll call them or no. You know what you should have like a thing where you do like the celebrity. Come on with his accountant and the psychiatrist chiming nine but I wonder it is your things similar to mine. which is I establish a number and if I get to that number I decide? I'm going to feel safe and then I've hit that number and I don't feel any safer there's very little actual release of my a fear of being broke like it's linked at all to reality. Well now I don't have a fear being broke anymore. I do have the the fantasy. We're like okay. If I lost my house I live in a condo and I'd still be okay right and if you know I didn't have two cars I would be okay with just the one car yes you you know and so what and I say oh I had my day. I think that a lot like if if if worse came to worse like the economy crashed and I was like once a railroad later right if I was like that guy I still be okay because I have all these survival skills that I learned from being broken Cleveland all this all the time like my wife and I'll be on a road trip. We'll stop it some simple hotel in Idaho. It'll be twenty nine dollars a night and while we're in the hotel I'll I'll say to her. You know I just thought about like between just your residuals rules in my residuals from stuff. We've already done. We could live in this hotel if we just wanted to live in the hotel. Oh Yeah and then have that be do like in that. It makes me feel really safe to yes. I really really relate. I'm like we'll be in a place in my fuck. This is nine hundred bucks a month. Basically and now there's no maintenance or taxes so yeah we could do like just go who worst case scenario we live in here. I'm safe. That's exactly how I think funding. Yeah worst case scenario. I'm good I can survive. But did you ever see that movie came out years ago like over a decade ago about happiness. Oh yes it's a really affected me in my thinking making 'cause one of the big things you need for happiness like I'm not talking about. They brought up things like winning a super bowl or getting a new car or having sex or whatever. It's temporary now. You can get this rush of happiness when you get your hair done you look hot or you. You got a new outfit and you're at the club and you look good or you get this brush of like temporary happiness. But then it'll fade away a but how to get like a baseline happiness and that's what it was about and the other stuff is just icing on the cake and one of the things was have enough money to see. You're you're not stressing a bill go. I have been where I've called friends. I need hey. They're gonNA shut my gas off if they don't pay this in a week right and somebody having to like. Send me a wire ear or send me a money order psychic. Pay My gas bill. So my gassing cutoff forget cut off in the winter or selling your car with gas like Lord like yeah. I'll take two dollars worth. Yes that'll get me to work or like boy. I hope I cannot drive all the gas prices as high. I hope they drop like I'm GONNA try. Try to run this tank out in hopes that it let me get through the Memorial Day weekend. Yes and then Wednesday. Those holidays that raise the fill up every every place in my neighborhood like instead of going to expensive shell station. I would drive a mile to the marathon's speedway speedway to get the cheaper gas because it would save me like a couple of bucks and that adds up Yup again. I don't know what your like overall trajectory as but I certainly know that there's a period in the late nineties. Were you're making a ton of fucking money so you're on Forbes List Ninety eight you made forty five million dollars they said after the show whose line and everything. Before I started started prices right I was set up where I didn't ever have to work again and I didn't have to change my lifestyle very much The things I like I could still do not not have to work so I was like. Oh good I'm kind of retired and I can still buy stuff and have fun and don't have to worry about work and the pressure came along and I. It's really crazy that I have this. It's sickening if everybody. Can you hear somebody talk like this. But no I think it'd be more sickening for you to act like that. That's not your reality. Oh yeah that's what I get. I get out of shape about hypocrisy in line. Not someone you know a lot of money the. CBS makes a lot of money. Alpha prices right. Yeah a lot of people a lot of money that show but when you were in that spot when you retired being quotes retired the first time did some peace and contentment come with that. Yeah acknowledgement. Like oh I'm good finely Osgood even though I blow money I can still afford it right now. I can't really in in some ways because my d three and he just was really just not around. I some reeler weekenders already to my dad when I was eight. Yeah hardly knew he was in and out of the hospital. All the time was was finally brain. Candy Oh brain tumor irate tumor. Yeah but he had like stroke blood clots I mean. I have several memories of him like being taken out of the house in an ambulance on a stretcher. Visiting him in the hospital him just coming home and not being able to do much. Maybe playing a little catch in the side yard one time. We went to a hockey game together. But that's but all the memories I have of him every chronic illnesses. WHO's always sick? Yeah and then and the always with the heart thing or something it was a stroke heart attack blood clots and then he had an eye taken out they were trying to get to the thing in his brain. Oh she got his. I remember one time He. He took the patch off and let me look inside his eye socket. That was pretty cool. Yeah I remember that really. That's cool. Yeah and he took off his eye patch and he's let me look inside decide. Oh Wow yeah. That's that's crazy. So he was always that way since you were born. Yeah I hardly at all. I heard was stories about him growing up from from my mom and my relatives. I did have a lot of resentment. My mom would never tell me a good story about my dad growing up. Every story was a negative story about my dad's drinking or about his neglect or his spending habits and stuff like that and a lot of them were funny stories about like jokingly like Oh yeah we see I can never win. Here's an example like one time She said my dad was drinking and she told him came home drunk. One more time she was going to call the police he came home drunk. She called the police and the COP. That showed up was drinking buddy and my dad a- and he saw my dad he's like Louis all right and she was like you know can't win ha that's my life right I would think like. Oh Oh these are joking stories about my dad then later on. When I was adult I would resent her for telling these stories? Like you never told me one good story about my father. Yeah and I don't don't have any male role models that I can look up to and think like oh I want to be like this guy right. I mean there were. I found them and I found them on my own but no no nothing organic. Where like don't you want to be like your father or your carry now so we expect this from you? There was never any this right in my family at all it was always I K- it's who you know that what you know and and You know good luck. I'd never had this expectation of like you need this because this is what your family did or this is what your dad did right. So I didn't have that and all I heard was negative. The things about him even though they were jokes one time another famous story. My mom would tell me like repeated over time was We went to dairy queen. One time and I was a baby so to roll them with the MOM. Eight year old with the mom in the car and they had a sale on Sundays at the Stereo Queens. So there's a big line. My mom was like forty five minutes or something like that or have interminable amount of line line time in line. She's waiting line outside to get to the dairy queen window or the Sunday's he gets four of 'em Neil has to my dad has to. They're on the car they get to the car and for some reason my mom said he thought meal was going to drop the Sundays. GimMe those and he gets the two Sundays from Neil. It's my dad has four Sundays now and he goes to open the car door and he drops three of them. Oh and after. You've got the three of them. He took the fourth when he went through the they got the car. Nobody got it. I can relate to that reaction I could see myself doing that. Yeah so I first. I resented my mom for doing this on like you never gave data break and I never heard that he must some good stuff because my other relatives on his side would tell. Tell me how nice he was funny. He was and you know how. Oh your dad since humor and he was great to hang around and think about it was like no. My Dad was a drunk and a if if you had a girlfriend had said Oh my my boyfriend or my husband. I told him to quit drinking. Or call the cops you and go like Oh ho. That's funny that the cops showed up. Maybe you think like wow how how did it get so bad. Like what led up to her finally saying and snapping and going. Hey do this to me again in the kids. I'm calling the police. This wasn't a first time right. Honey you had one too many thing. Yes it's like. He's an alcoholic coming home every night and she's finally at the end of a rope not knowing what to do anything anything like fuck..
"carey" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"Normally not to move a muscle and I feel like it's coming along on my back and then I would go okay? There's my each and then it would move to another spot another spot and then we go away and I trace it along my body coming and going in the same thing with any any kind of little like back pain which show up and then I could feel it move along the different nerve pathway that it went through and then it would get to another place and that will go away and they give you like a Buddhist teaching at the end of every night and one of the big things as they talk about the Dahmer Wheel. That's what's called diamond dot org things come and go you know. They're at the top than the bottom. You're born you're dead dead. Everything's temporary harassed away. Everything's temporary in a faster slow way and that's the biggest lesson of the whole week and The whole ten day sounds like Oh this is just another other example of temporariness. So here comes this uncomfortableness. Yeah and I recognize it. I don't react to it. I don't judge it I don't get mad at let's rights. I don't embrace it just experienced experience. Okay there's that uncomfortable list that came in that. I'm you know whether it's expected not. I know it's going away. Okay so I'm just GonNa sit here really quietly and for sure. I was really interesting to me to watch it like young men and go this whole meditation and Buddhism is to get rid of the craving and judgments and these things just like an is still state so when the issue comes or when the pain in your back comes you go. You recognize it you right. You don't ignore you're in traffic. I recognize Nizami traffic. I'M NOT GONNA yell at the traffic. I'm not going to you have no sway over the traffic. Just sit here and and recognize them until we do that. We both ride motorcycles. That's why I didn't get away from that. Yeah I'm like Shockley going through traffic maniac. Come it's feels like a superpower doesn't it when I'm in La. Because I'll I'll go go from here in Los Angeles to Santa Monica. That should be a ninety minute. Commute in the morning following recycled twenty five minutes. I went to my doctor and my doctors in Santa Monica and I was like I'm ride my motorcycle man and it was ninety degrees or a hundred degrees and I was like too bad and it maybe isn't the healthiest but I just I feel like Oh God God. I'm so lucky that I'm not sitting these other. People like I get a ton of gratitude for my position. I mean of just commuting. I know we had all this Buddhist talk really took a consignment turn I love. You know. It's just being smart like I was driving to get to Santa Monica from probably hear. My place had to go through Santa Monica Boulevard. Art through a Beverly Hills beating the beating. I'm passing people in their bentleys and stuff just like what do you think you'd Bentley. No yeah that's right even a Guy Lamborghini only go eight miles an hour. I know yeah and I was I was privatized to I like being when I'm yeah let's get a chance. I was projecting acting I'm entitled. I have huge entitlement issues. I do yeah I took an acting course one time and Recently died same Christensen. One of the things you learn as your your main like young men and Joseph Cambell myths that you carry with you all the time right. My big ones are duty and privilege duty and privilege. Yeah so I have a strong sense of duty. So on the drew Carey show. I worked in an office and it was up to me to save the store and it was up to me to solve the problem and if I didn't do it that's kind what I'm like if I have a strong sense of duty to people in my life where it gets ridiculous time also on the flip side of the coin a strong sense of privilege where the drew Carrey show. It'd be like Hey. I saved the stores razor. How come I don't get a better place to work? Get a special parking lot. You should be rewarded. Whereas is my share such a privilege or in real life I've BMW seven series and tough? If you don't like it right right sure you know I can rely. I could afford it. I bought it. I put a lot of BMW people to work. And you know yes. I'm into cars and unapologetic about it. It's my it's my hobby. It's the thing thing I enjoy George Gray who the announcer on the price of writer really into cars to Florida. He's a big gearhead. Doesn't have one new car. All his cars ours are drivers from like the sixties and Seventies. First of all you showed up on a motorcycle. You wearing chuck Taylor. I happen to be wearing checks. Irish this is a lot happening here that feels for two official sue of Improv and neither of you're wearing zipper Hoodie. So that's a problem. Probably like a generational thing. It might have missed now. I don't think you can be into comedy without putting now but you're from Cleveland. I'm from the Detroit area we're both mid Westerners. Did you go to Cedar Point as a kid. Yes all the time. That's my big high school graduation. I think that was where the senior party was at zero point. Yeah so Cedar. Point is is huge amusement park in industrial Detroit and Cleveland Now I want to ask you so all of my friends and I from Michigan who used to go to Cedar Point a lot. I want to ask if this was anecdotal to my friendship group or that you experience as well we'd go to Cedar Point his kids. You'd get so sweaty in your ass in particular would get so sweaty it was uncontrollable roll -able and we would often have to stop in the bathroom and just DAB it with some paper towel or some toilet paper and then inevitably about our eight there. You'd get a wet but cut. Nothing happened to your but other than it was just so sweaty. Now all of a sudden you can feel that you have in your button stinging and this has happened all my friends at home and I just wondered if that had had never had never had not universal encouraging put some of my friends called it a wet but cut their. Did you ever get a wet but cut. Cedar Point only got every trip by the end of the day. I was in misery and agony but I still wanted to ride the. It's pretty hot out there. Yes you're running. It's a huge part if you're a Gemini and you want to go the corkscrew. That is a hike. Yeah they have like crazy. Rides there to that place. And then What's the name of the Place Kings Island Cincinnati? They had the beast. Those two places are like huge roller coaster. Yeah if you want just thrills Galore. There's no theme happening there it's just all adrenaline. Yes like the Disneyland is like Oh you WanNa be pleasant see. The music acts and walk around foods. Kind of good food. Great Yeah Yeah Yeah actually. I'm club thirty. Three member at Disneyland where you are and I love that place and so you go by. Pirates of the Caribbean right. Yeah Yeah and then you go in there and it's a club log in what there's different food there. Well they have. You can have a nice dinner there. And there's a little bit of a dress code McNeil flipflops or tank tops. Okay pretty loose dress code but still i. I like no shorts at string bikini tops. You'd be amazed like I'll be with people in there like a man. We should go to club thirty three but you earn jeans with holes in them and yeah theme park. People are dressed like that. Yeah Yeah if you're a wardrobe person and he wanted to get like. Oh what's the casual. Wear that people would wear around the neighborhood and like the seventies or the you'd have to look at pictures of the prices right from the seventies or Disneyland. Get to see exactly what people wore and all the awful outfits every fanny pack in the world. How do you get into club thirty three? There's a waiting list I think. And then it's a big expense every year. They the church membership fee every year like visit it. I just want to be a part of it exclusive club she lizard very attracted to things. Etter exclusive guys wanted to just have dinner club thirty three like we could do that. I'll get your number and we'll give you a shout and together. We'll thirty three three. We'll have we can have drinks. I don't drink Jason Dinner. Yeah if I were you I'd be inclined to go like that's an empty promise easing no. I'm going to defend you right now. I'm GONNA prove proved you that this so that could be from any other guests like an empty promise show. I happen to have had this weird window into who you are. You're not aware of and it was when I was in the groundlings and I was making ten dollars a year. Caitlyn also knew I was in with it was one of my best friends she got on the drew Carey show while we were in the Sunday company and then she did. Uso tour with you maybe one or two and then he's really that guy she will invite all his house I think after the USO tour you bought Waterloo. A MAC computer as a thank. You very nice. Yeah and so I got to see like the you know the the the more savings other. The people's lives better. She was great to work with by the way. Yes happy for whatever she was like a recurring guest star on the show and had like a regular spot baton Who's me and then a couple of the writers we always think man Caitlyn Olsen Chevron show? She's good but this should not be her thing she's never owned show somehow and be a main person in a show and was. Isn't it. Nice when you like you've been doing this now for twenty five years or something something whatever when you do see the people that you felt like deserved a shot get that shot and then succeed. Yeah one of the secrets of success in show. Oh business I think is to surround yourself with people that are really good Like I was never just talk about the Sitcom I was never GimMe all the laugh. Lines Person Okay okay. I didn't care who got the laugh as long as somebody gotta laugh right because still my name was on the show. And you're in the aura of laughter going on so you get part of the credit for being there. Yes and when you're in groundlings and if you're out there if you're doing a scene in somebody else's getting laughs and you're just disappointing so what you're getting laughs. They're not GonNa get the laugh unless you're doing a good job supporting yep you know. They're by themselves either. I'm grateful that I started in Improv. And sketch it is much. It's more of a collaborative shared experience to be. The lows are shared which is really nice. Something like four you are out there and two of you wrote it. So it's like you you can shoulder the shame. I'll get the blame and then when you win you win as a group in you can then go like if you if you crush when you're stand up shows right and then you go onto with four people people and you're just. You're you WANNA ride that high of that but just you explaining how you enjoyed. It would be very narcissistic but of all five of you had this great set and you could share about the experience it's weird. You say that because I know all my friends they would do a crushing set new killer set and then you'd be talked to them and then they would go man. If I would've said that one thing in different null pick themselves this great old joke but it's like a like a bar joke comic sitting around Friday night at the comedy club having a drink at the bar and a beautiful woman walks up from when it goes US home. You are so funny tonight. I think sense of humor is the most sexy thing in the world. That's going to take you back to my place and just fucked the Shit Outta you. Look Saturn he goes Did you see the first show of the second..
"carey" Discussed on Maltin On Movies
"Ricky Mr Nels Nelson minus the joke used to be mad magazine even made a joke out of this once upon a time that the T._V. Guide log line for an episode of Ozzy Inherit would be ozzy loses a button off his cardigan sweater. I mean there's no be story or see the story. There are no subplot find the button. That's the suspense. You don't know you don't know for you have to create a problem for the main character solve the problem in the button. Now one of the things that I so admire about you. Drew is your breadth of experience and your breadth of interest. You're interested in so many things that's just because I'm alive and I don't want you know well but see there. You are aware not everyone feels the need to all the Laura yes. You got good friends. Just I think my dad especially see I I am of the age where I grew up. Where drew Carey show was one of the biggest things that existed and watching Mimi of course yes I went that will be me when I grow up all that I wanted? It's all that I wanted in life. I was a combo of Mimi and miss piggy and I think I have achieved it and I'm okay with it a very strong independent character actually a for me it was the ensemble was the outfits ridiculous I mean she didn't she loved it. She gave no cares at all. You could say shit. It's all right. No I'M NOT GONNA. You're safe in front of my dad. I know I don't want to over the podcast go so but I I I got really excited and I was truly impressed. When last Sunday my wife and I happened to attend a flea market and I found this yeah a drew carey dull yes and there's right? I love this box. The way that clearly there's someone wasn't raised by someone like my dad where I do not touch anything in a basement exactly shelf and not in a plastic container. That's where we're collecting do not well. The Marine Condo book didn't come out. They said they said that flea markets and shops like crossroads all the secondhand. They have more than they've ever salvation army more free condo mania. People people are getting rid of stuff. Yes you also get a cup in a briefcase well. That's the whole thing that's no. It's not that's a big deal you have. It's a briefcase full of sad the case funny it doesn't list that on here well carry show stars television's comedy sensation. That's you carry an every guy in quotes struggling to stay financially and romantically frantically afloat in the unpredictable nineties all of us Br Bruce Helford the guy that the brains behind the drew Carey show when we created it <hes> and was the show runner for many years he when we pitched the show he would call me a happy sack..
"carey" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"On a Monday. Oh. Carey. Everybody. Boy, that's horrible. Yeah. Everybody. Tonight. Everybody. They started so bad. I did. I.
"carey" Discussed on RobinLynne
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"carey" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"They do this without thinking about the artists and what is really going to do so it took a little while for the two of us to actually have a relationship where we were friends but once we became friends we had the best time together and we did this do it for the prince of egypt and i don't believe when you believe yeah and it was i still perform it on on tour when i go overseas with pictures of whitney and us together and moments and let's grad and i'm just grateful to her foundation for allowing and her family and allowing you you need need to do to do it it you have to ask before you something like that right right that's appropriate yeah how great for you that that moment exists in recording yeah yeah it makes me really happy it makes me really happy well i love talking to you mariah carey you know what my favorite mariah carey song is well i love the remix of my all oh got me through the uptempo off david morales yes yes he love david morales but i gotta tell you something when you came out with heartbreaker i just that song killed me it kills me to this day i just absolutely love it it's so good thank you it's one of my favorites and we love dj clue together and jay z was only regional and how can you get better than that it was heartbreaker not from glitter or amount harper was from the album rainbow okay rainbow d.
"carey" Discussed on WiLD 94.9
"Carey cabbie carrie smith secret cabinet i have i know you maria.