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"casale" Discussed on Relacionamento Fora da Caixa

Relacionamento Fora da Caixa

07:35 min | 1 year ago

"casale" Discussed on Relacionamento Fora da Caixa

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"casale" Discussed on Ground Zero Media

Ground Zero Media

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"casale" Discussed on Ground Zero Media

"casale" Discussed on Ground Zero Media

Ground Zero Media

07:13 min | 1 year ago

"casale" Discussed on Ground Zero Media

"It out. We have this Deal going on right now. Seventy nine dollars a year to be part of our library are private club are little sandbox. We have it's online and in a lot of people you know. They really enjoy it once they get there so remember you can. It's ten dollars a month or seventy dollars. A year it goes on through august and of course There's also the friends and family where you can along with three other people of be a part of it for one hundred thirty nine dollars a year. So that's a pretty good deal. Good aftermath dot media for more information. That's aftermath dot media. A few weeks ago. I was turned onto a new song that was performed by gerald casale of the ban. Devaux sauce call. I'm going to pay you back. And it's thong as actually part of an extended almonte side project he has called j. jerry evildoers and the video was co directed by kasali and fourth. I've been a big fan of davy force for a long time. He's easing animator. That has a lot of strange things. We've used a lot of Drops from davy force and also. There's some Artwork that was from a guy from portland actually seems tomo seventy seven. Who provides the artwork for the new album that Gerald is doing and the cd covers and many of you know i'm a i'm a big fan of devo. I've been a big fan for a long time and I was reading about how they were going to have a fall tour soon. And i'm hopeful. They come by portland and did nothing gets in the way their performance because it seems a lot of bands with a lot of good intentions are planning on touring that i wanna see and Yeah i've i've really. I decided i want to see a lot of concerts. In my life. I we saw few before pandemic hit. We saw yellow. We saw rob zombie marilyn manson Few others and I really see devaux again. Last time i saw diva was with my wife. Janine it was when we were wearing blue. Energy don't hats instead of the redwoods. It was kind of bizarre that he changed the colors but You know as. I say. I think Those who are fans of devaux or know about devaux. They enjoy it because they know what devaux is they know what it stands for. The you know what it means. They know They know that it's art more so than music and Sometimes it's there's a joke involved it's irony and some people aren't in the joke so they don't understand it but now the joke has taken on a whole new meaning as we are watching the world around us deteriorate The law in my opinion was just another way of explaining how the world would end in entropy. Thermodynamics is one of the most fundamental theories of physics so evident in our everyday world that great minds like albert einstein and boris pavlovich and arthur eddington. They thought as a certainty and not a possibility at its simplest. Thermodynamics is the study other relationship of all forms of energy in the universe and connects everything from the smallest swimming microbes to large structures known to man. And they're so big exists somewhere out there amidst the black backdrop of dark space is the first law of thermodynamics. It says that isolated systems have a they have a finite set amount of energy and energy within the system can never be created nor destroyed. He can only change format in this case. The isolated system is our universe. An energy within our universe can never appear or disappear its own accordance. Data can only be transferred into different states. However it's the second law thermodynamics which describes the nature of entropy the eventual unraveling of everything. It's the apocalypse entropy The revelation the the unraveling the revealing pretty much. I mean it's often seen as chaos and we all know. The universe tends towards chaos. It's the truth about de evolution. So the answer has been yes. We are devo we. We are evolving. Or we devolve or its entropy actually reverse evolution. Many of us over the years have fallen for headlines and click bait proclaiming foreknowledge of events saying well this is going to happen. That's going to happen kind of like the end of the world stuff and You know a lot of people make predictions about sports. They they pretty stock market Sometimes cryptocurrencies. They predict the outcomes of crypto currencies but in reality educated guesses are made. And i guess outcomes cannot be foreseen but therefore they're far more things to think about though as we're constantly teetering on the edge of oblivion. I recently have been using the term. You know doom scrolling. Because i i get up in the morning. And i and i look at my. My phone is true. What we say on our show say that the phone is the first thing you see when you get up in the last thing you see when you go to bed i. It's it's that way for me. Because when i wake up the first thing i see is the headlines. First thing i see is my email. Did i sit there for a good half hour. The edge of the bed you know look at my phone. I put it down. I go downstairs and get a cup of coffee. I get my computer okay. I have to start writing something. So that's my that's kind of a routine. I just see a blue screen in my face all time doom scrolling doomsday scaring looking at all. The horrible things like people dying in afghanistan. and all this seems like that's all it is but see the idea of doomsday has been around for hundreds if not thousands of years in a lot. People are sparked into thinking about doom and gloom by charismatic leaders is suing divine proclamations. And i mean looking back to the mayan apocalypse. Back in two thousand twelve. It just seemed to because one or two series about the mayan apocalypse kind of took on a personality all by themselves and when we made the doomsday theory. Different was that no one religion or cult was pushing it. That's why people were falling into this idea. Well this is something. That isn't a religious thing. This is something that is not a scientific thing this is something was written by an ancient civilization that focus their attention on the stars the ancient mayan civilization that rose flourished and then it fell. They fell to their own demise to environmental factors some scientists say. Put them well on the road to de-evolution specifically the changes to one's area the water table food. How they got food how they drank water. How they got the water how they clean the water. All of this was part of the decline of the mayans and this should be a warning to all of us about not being prepared not having clean water not having clean food or good food not having food i mean this is the thing that scientists say that one of the biggest falls civilizations civilization fell is because they weren't prepared for environmental shift. They weren't prepared for. They weren't prepared for entropy they weren't prepared for de-evolution they weren't prepared for that moment where everything goes in reverse where everything unravels..

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"casale" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"casale" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"casale" Discussed on The FIT4PRIVACY Podcast - For those who care about privacy

The FIT4PRIVACY Podcast - For those who care about privacy

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"casale" Discussed on The FIT4PRIVACY Podcast - For those who care about privacy

"And i think it's new difference Outside of that department and other departments where you just have to have more communication And it's i think you can do that. You know for every company for every size but especially the larger. The company sizes are the more vital. It is that each department opens up that dialog and communication. I hear you in that case if there was a deprivation colleague hitting this podcast watching this podcast. What would be your advice saying. What should they do to make it more equitable more as as defined the problem rather than try to get into the solution defined the common of diversed. We have to get to you. Have any intention to be compliant but you also want to each the business of the gland as well so compliance as well as plan totally. Do we find the balance of what would you tell them. Especially the data protection league so that there's more understanding more collaboration. That's a great question. So i think i look at it through the lens of you know the running joke with lawyers. If you wanna know what not to do ask a lawyer. I think a lot of people that are in the privacy field tend to come at it from the. These are the things that you can't do. And i would say just reframe that right. Tell me what i can do. So that when i come in and i'm trying to solve a problem your perspective is more. How can i solve that rather than well. You can't do that. And here's why right. Help me get to that in solution. Okay so if. I may summarize you're saying don't tell me i can't do this. Tell me what other things i can do. And i will find a solution within that. Yes and hopefully. It's a collaboration where you're working together to find the best solution. Toss in your view. No i- hundred percent. I very much like that. I think the marketing world when you rely on creating content when developing strategies. You really have to go through the guidelines of what google says you know for the most part follow that. I think this is a little bit the opposite cadillac. Google does tell you pretty pretty straightforward. Here's what not to do. They tell you a little bit broader scale of what to do provide better customer experience. Oh okay you know but when they get down to the details like they get very specific they get specific when it comes to the area of. Don't do this more often than they tell you what to do specifically so i think it kind of goes along with that in to what chris says you know you just you have to ask and you have to kind of open up the communication and get a better understanding and i think it's important for all of us is ask more questions of each other to to better understand understanding. I'm finding the common ground. Is the of any discussion whether it's with marketing. Or whether it's with Privacy dozens of time. If i ask you for one final message.

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"casale" Discussed on The FIT4PRIVACY Podcast - For those who care about privacy

The FIT4PRIVACY Podcast - For those who care about privacy

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"casale" Discussed on The FIT4PRIVACY Podcast - For those who care about privacy

"Building up your email subscriber list letting them opt in to what you are offering so that you have a direct line of communication with them. That's where we sort of see things shifting. And i'll just say everything that chris said it just just know it one hundred percent and just to add onto it you have. You can't rely on everything that google and facebook does. that's what a lot of marketers especially new ones. You get into that habits in really you need to start to market again. Go back ten years go back. Fifteen years in actually made a full circle because there's a saying in the marketing world of the money is in the list going to at chris and that list is that email address list. Because you own that to a certain degree and you can use it through email marketing but also you still have the ability to upload email lists until let's say a facebook into google and target those people at least for for now you can until they make another change but you can't but you still own that email list so there's nothing wrong with email marketing it is still highly effective like anything if dun-rite and if not abused the other thing that's going to go back to from a marketing world not relying on third party cookies and not relying on this data That is controlled by facebook and google. It goes back to search engine optimization. Seo is very alive and you can still bring high quality traffic to your website and you can get high quality conversions through seo now. It's a little bit harder. And it's a much busier landscape than it was. But you can still do it with Consistency and your content. So so there are ways around it. There's that debt still will work In it's kind of funny that you almost have to go revert back to about ten years ago and how marketing was done because it never actually went away just new shiny objects came up on the radar screen but it still works so i just want to add that on to an ways that you can still get your message and market out there Around sort of the the cookie issue that we're talking about for shop and you talked about the mail lists and that's also a topic that comes up often saint denied by a marketing list guy by an email list and i heard that it was possible. It used to happen a lot before two thousand eighteen and it's has kind of almost stopped on the due to a significant effect. Is that the case. Didn't happen like that and does it happen like this now..

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"casale" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

Feliz Dia Novo

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"casale" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

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"casale" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"casale" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"casale" Discussed on Frequencia Urbana Podcast

Frequencia Urbana Podcast

08:18 min | 1 year ago

"casale" Discussed on Frequencia Urbana Podcast

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"casale" Discussed on PRESENTE: TIJUANA ROCK AND ROLL 1980-2016

PRESENTE: TIJUANA ROCK AND ROLL 1980-2016

05:27 min | 2 years ago

"casale" Discussed on PRESENTE: TIJUANA ROCK AND ROLL 1980-2016

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"casale" Discussed on Casandra Properties Real Estate Podcast

Casandra Properties Real Estate Podcast

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"casale" Discussed on Casandra Properties Real Estate Podcast

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"casale" Discussed on Sustainability Champions

Sustainability Champions

08:14 min | 2 years ago

"casale" Discussed on Sustainability Champions

"Did. You know the vacation rental and tourism industry is responsible for eight percent of global co two emissions. That means there's a lot of room for improvement and in this episode, that's exactly what we're going to talk about I'm Daniel Hurts and this is the sustainability champions podcast where we highlight the people ideas and innovations that are protecting and healing the planet. Today, I'm speaking with Bob Garner Co owner of Castle They Fiji, the restored farmhouse with six luxurious eco-friendly one and two bedroom apartments in eastern. Italy on the coast of the injury attic. See it sounds absolutely divine. And and his partner Ian Built and now run this Ben and breakfast with the environment in mind, which is wonderful and whether it's their solar powered heat of cool or using refillable cleaning products or growing an organic vegetable garden, Bobbin implement dozens of sustainable strategies to keep their property as environmentally friendly as hospital. So I'm looking forward to hearing all about it. Thank you so much for joining me Bob. You Danielle thanks for inviting. Likewise and where are you taking the call from? So I'm in a region richly called nate mccay. The drafted coats. Are, way down to me a slap me on known region but near. Hungrier south. Though Venice. Places. Amazing, I looked it up on Google maps in it looks wonderful and Yeah. You said it's thirty nine degrees for one, which is probably close to one hundred degrees Fahrenheit. Toasting tonight Yes for anyone who's looking to stay warm. This is the place to be. So Bob Today, I'd love to discuss a few things really i. think there's so many things to talk about and and really three that I'd love three topics I loved to cover him is first of all about your be Bima. So how is Casilda Viki in mentally friendly at love to hear a little bit about your story with how you got started with actually starting to be. Because I think it's amazing to hear where you came from, which is obviously very different than what you're doing now, and finally any advice tips and tricks for what people who are living in cities can do to be sustainable in their daily lives because I think you have a lot of experience there. So. Just to get a little bit of context briefly. What exactly is Casale di keep. Something peaky is accepted six contained department rather than being beaten fact. Okay. Because that's contained will come full the pool whether the sunshine will be great food and wine the beaches. So holiday destination and we've actually created it with environmental sustainability. And something that is very today as listeners and viewers will. Yeah and what was that moment that you decided that you actually wanted to run this environmentally friendly. Farmhouse Lush Hotel. Well southbound Ian will living working in London. We both had cookbook jobs where you get paid at one eight. They work really hard and we found ourselves taking Watson Philippines to compensate for the work that we were doing and stress me one. And then we got to a point where we thought well, do we need to continue to do this lot of our friends with moving around taking me who is moving the gold? We have no ties no reasons to not to make ourselves. So we discovered the lay McKay came over and started in the auctions and deciding to take the plunge by an old farmhouse I'm converted into the pump. we did toy with the idea with various other objects before we go on this project. But. We wanted something that would. Give those a lifestyle that we wanted. To, freedom, it would give an opportunity to make a modest income We didn't need the inconveniently regaining in London and it gave us the opportunity teaches not new on Jason you career new some of our previous experiments on age. Into a new area that we can actually a great deal of but. It will talk well in the end and we very happy what we have. Now it's a wonderful job and we meet some contrasting globally is does fantastic on how? To end you live there now fulltime. We've been here fifteen years we live on science. And will open as a business from April to November. GIVES US win tomorrow for to the things that we wanted to do on. So obviously us we're very fortunate we have to do. I'm when we're here, we're looking after guests mu making sure that that enjoying this day and they go home satisfied them back again, which sixty percent of them do. So we must be doing something, right? That's absolutely amazing. The guests that are visiting are a I guess there's a there's a couple of interesting things about CASILDA. Cheeky number one is. First of all as as as you described it at some, it sounds very It sounds intimate. It sounds like it's beautiful location and just like it's is complete escape and get away from pretty much. For most people I would imagine living in a city. So that would be one thing and then the second thing of course is the fact that it's very environmentally friendly. On your website, you have a list, we have to keep scrolling, scrolling, scrolling because of all of the amazing things that you do to stay environmentally friendly. So the people who are actually. Coming back or visiting for the first time. How much of the? Environmentally friendly aspect of the hotel is really driving their decision to stay with you. If you. That information. We don't always know I. We do have some people who come via various channels which obviously Eko focus. Style That's probably a key. Decision making the many others. On, this thing seventy talknet list. But what we tried to do who circle conversations on discussions is make sure that everybody at least the end of this guy has a good appreciate depreciation of why we do what we do. We do it and the important things that teams and the differences. Thanks. So we always really under the out when people go home and they say, Oh, I've gone home I bought that special machine making waltz and so I don't need to buy plastic anymore. All dimensional I for instance panels. Oh, you've got me buying the gives a crap tone it pay because. Into that fits to the building talk. Goodwill etc etc etc. So gives us an amazing feeling and I think that's really important tools that we can communicate what we do in a very gentle and. But give people the opportunity to learn. The things that people find the climate crisis. Is it's not the they don't believe that it's happening is the struggle to see what they can do. It's such big issue and it's so click into. Here so many mixed messages in the media about. They almost. Thing I can't do anything and even if they do think they could do something to make a difference which, of course, think. I've often a little confused as to where to stop on how to take those those baby steps I, call it, and so what we tried to do is create a good of Eka roadmap for them and showcase some the things that need to the costs no one eight, and in fact, in many ways, you can save you. Get them on the path and just take some insteps, my experience and I think it's this too is the one she goes stop going down that road taking small steps we can talk about those.

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"casale" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"casale" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Brody's more of an attack, the rim kind of player and Not only data A. Facilitator a triple double machine. A guy that rebounds makes passes makes plays happened develops I. Think the offense. The Guy runs the show the other guy for me I. I don't deny as greatness scoring, but he's just really an isolation bog, isn't he? I mean they're just very contracting Donald on I. Think there is an art to what and guys and I. got it for a lot of people. It's not the most aesthetically pleasing thing to watch, but there there is an art to it and went. WESTBROOK is I. Mean they're just? It's totally if exercise in contrast sure. of them play. Jiefang any of those teams like Toronto or Boston Philly. That they'll have indie have a chance at all against the box. I've been being on Toronto the whole year. Actually I think that they're obviously lose collider over the summer and free agency, and that is a huge loss for them, but the fact CEAC. Them has been able to step into that role. The thing about Toronto is last year. Even when they had letter, they have so much experience playing without him because he wasn't playing a lot of the games, load, management or just minutes, we're down, so those guys all have experience playing without so I think that the team is pretty well equipped, and they're very well coached by Nick Nursing. They have a lot of even even beyond Siachen and lowry Casale and they have. Some of other role players like band bleed Norman Powell. We've got about having great years. That's a team. I was really high on during the season, and I could see any milwaukee run again. Do you think lastly that this will become a political statement season in Orlando where all they do is. Talk About Social injustices and race problems in the country. In all of the issues that have led to all the protests, and frankly somewhat change going on in the world right now as we speak, you think. About that? Or. Do you think it's going to be about basketball? I mean the players have been talking about how they're gonNA. Make sure that that stuff is very prominently featured I. Don't know what form. That's going to take quite yet. in terms of what they're GONNA do on the court. They might have stuff on their jersey. They might you do different things to raise awareness that I think that's going to be a pretty prominent part of this army starting Orlando. A grades tonight. good hanging out with you. Enjoy the Games when they finally get going. I can't wait I hope you're excited to. I'm sure they are pretty shape coming on the bench tonight. Brother great job. Edited to be with you. SEAN HIKE A bleacher report with US tonight on the bench I carver high. I know you got a lot of things. Want to accomplish here a couple of things to talk about. The Andrew Tolls. Thing is very disturbing to me. The former dodger right I thought about it on coast to coast today, but it's very sad. I don't know if you saw this stuff, but right like he's been in and out of like what twenty plus mental. He goes and Then he never stays. He like leaves. He escapes whatever he he doesn't WANNA. Be there. He stays for a few days, and then he bolts, and then he moves on. It just keeps moving. Around and going to different cities, different places, and then they found minus airport. baggage terminal. Sleeping in like a alley and he only had like a backpack on him, and he was just totally disheveled and. Discussing the seventies they've you know. He's bipolar. He's got all kinds of schizophrenia. He's got all kinds of major mental health issues. Without a doubt, it's very scary. Stuff I can't even believe. That story is I as it's unfolded right like. You know it's weird to me. I gotta be honest with you. The.

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"casale" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"casale" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Businesses to do this will hurt businesses and I'm not utilizing coronavirus covert nineteen or any crisis as a way to push ideology that's going to hurt these businesses when Ohio says sorry restaurants can open when your city so sorry bars can open that's the wrong move when the Wynn and MGM in Vegas they were going to close voluntarily that's the right move it's up to them to which I would sell governor Eric Holcomb do not go about saying that restaurants would close its mistake Sir don't make the mistake that others are making if the CDC says fifty people or less as restaurants not to have more than fifty people in the ceiling and then they can arrange for that and I think most restaurants well most restaurants are small enough anyway but most restaurants okay maybe we can make this work maybe we have reduced hours may keep people at least someone employed because with the CDC is saying is you don't have to be totally isolated that's clearly what they're saying but social distancing has a value and social distancing matters to be able to reduce the total number of cases coming in at any one time so we don't overwhelm health care workers we can do this without being reactionary which is why we should the Senate should not pass the bill they should go back to the house they do it again and why the governor Eric Holcomb should not respond in kind like Ohio and Illinois more on Tony Casale eleven o'clock map there has traffic.

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"casale" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"casale" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Farro jaanus goes in plays the Lakers. I'd take Lebron as MVP on a second but that's not going to happen. You on is going to win. Unless you're honest you know just sits out the last twelve games of the year which even then. I think he'd win but it is interesting when I hear people say I watch the sixty minutes piece about three years ago and honest maybe two years ago on sixty minutes. He's the next Lebron. So he's never gonNA be Lebron. Forget the game. Forget the game. International players. Don't think like American players and I was telling people this morning is Lebron grow up in America. He's aggressive politically about American politics. He's aggressive in terms of recruiting players. He's aggressive in terms of mobility. He's aggressive in terms of business. He is willing to play the victim. A lot of times with international players. They don't feel that way. Rick Bugler was on our show the other day talking about Akeem played with Houston for seventeen years and dirk played with the mavs for twenty years and Yana said I don't want to leave. They don't sometimes come to American. Think it's mine and I'm going to be aggressive and I'm going to talk about politics and I'm going to be. It's very possible. They don't the players from other countries that come to America. Don't see the world like that and bucur talked about that name a single international player who has expressed dissatisfaction with where he is and his forced his way to another team. A great player. I mean you look at Dirk you look at POW Casale. Tim Duncan Minute Tony. Down the line of all the great international players who have made who have been made cornerstones on NBA teams. They're grateful that an NBA team thinks that highly of them that they would build their team around him. The idea that there they they need to go to play in L. A. or New York or Houston simply is is not in their mindset. The way it is with with American players. Listen Lebron was were willing to be a villain. He's willing to shout out our president. He's willing to be hyper mobile. And hypol- aggressive hyper aggressive. I'm not so sure. Yana sees the world that way and You know I so when I hear the next. Lebron Lebron is so much more than just a basketball player. He has been the face of the League for fifteen years He's a better player than Jaanus. But it's more than that Lebron to be iconic He's been willing to go into the face of some things. I mean it used to be in this league that if you left your team you're a bad guy now because of Lebron if you don't at least consider leaving you're a crazy guy like Paul George is going to stay with. Westbrook CO is. GonNa stay in Canada. Kevin Durant Stand Oklahoma City. Lebron GONNA stay in Cleveland. You're criticized if you don't consider if Janas loses in the eastern conference finals and Chris Middleton struggles. Aren't we all going to go? What are you doing dude bro? Come on go play with better players. Go to Golden State. They were staffed and clay and drama. That's the World Lebron's created the new world in the NBA. I don't see honest. There's a guy that would do that. How Mars the newest resort destination in the bombs just a short flight.

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"casale" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

12:07 min | 2 years ago

"casale" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"Cleese recently. And we're watching a lot of monty python. And even though they didn't have that broadcast there was a lot of blackouts in in what they did in the nineteen seventies so in not always necessarily a punchline just they would just go onto the next thing in early would you often with Kovacs. It was the idea behind the whole sketch that was funny and not so much the execution or the structure of it but the concept of what he was doing was hilarious. Terry Gilliam says and you have this booklet. That comes with the the the box set from short factory from factory. Terry Gilliam Cut. The Kovac showed knocked me sideways into a world where the bizarre and the daft and the preposterous all lived happily happily alongside wisdom whitten perception. I had never experienced anything so visually absurd and inventive so you you've just You were with Terry Terry recently. Yeah we did. A Kovac centennial event in London at the BFI. For the Monty Python. Fiftieth Anniversary. And I got to meet Terry Gilliam. And and he couldn't have been nicer and couldn't have been more complimentary about Ernie and I'd Never mad magazine. And Ernie Kovacs were the things that are similar to work Kertzman later. Yeah that's how mcleese yeah And he was totally influenced by. It's funny we were talking about the blackouts. Earning used music. A lot of ways and python used Terry Gilliam's animation into kind of Segue from one sketch to the next bring things back and all that so the very co vaccine thing that I think that they were doing purely with Terry regaling because they had never seen it. So Terry Gilliam's kid in Minnesota Group into Ernie Kovacs on the national show obviously wasn't going to get the show from philly now. Yeah now yeah. Yeah but and look at look at the generations. Well it's the the way. The Sky is influencing comedy for decades to come. Did this day to this day. Yeah Yeah I I love hearing that sort of my mission this year. One Hundred Years Centennial. You kinda you gotTa Make Make Hay someway. I really feel like this is Ernie's you know year to kind kind of make sure that people remember him what what's scary and I mean Franken I I think the reason we do the show. Look people whole. Don't remember who the Marx Brothers and Jack Benny are. You're lucky if they remember. Paul Newman is point. Yeah sure yeah and I I was. We were talking to some twenty year old. And he didn't know who David Letterman was. That's how quickly. Yeah it's like you're gone for a week. So Ernie Kovacs. I mean if you're gonNA remember anyone you might remember Benny or Groucho Ernie Kovacs completely. Well the the thing that's crazy is that This year we've done all these events and I kind of started to reach out to people besides Comedians so I reached out to some musicians. Gerald Casale from devaux was a huge huge fan and we did a panel with with him and some other people. We also had Chris Stein from bloody. I was surprised to find these Kovacs fans and and a wilner learn and and it was really like Christine. Had this moment where we were talking with him we just. I was so lucky to grow up. In this era I was in New York and I was a kid and I just thought this was was like you know you're bringing me back to a moment and I think that is the interesting thing is that it actually elicit something and people that saw him at the time that You know reminds some of their youth or something that was really great about Growing up and what interests fascinates me about Ernie Kovacs. What fascinated me about old movies and that was finding out how they would achieve special effects and they actually get the hands dirty cut things and pace things and fat fashion fashion? Now it's like if you ask. How did you achieve this special effect win like pursed this Knob? And that makes fire appear and then I press this Button and a dragon comes off but then he was always working without a budget wasn't yeah or No budget and even when he was finishing the horse yeah and and then toward the end The special he was doing. ABC He had a bunch of but he was still doing shows with dime-store novelty toys. And stuff like that and kitchen utensils dancing around to ask savell. But that's a thing where you know Those music videos that he would do you look at those and you think oh they would just take it one shot at a time but they were actually sustained sustained performance takes so where every cut you see is happening in the control room. Which means he's got to lay out the entire studio with all the forks and knives and the blender and everything? The people have to be all around pulling wires right on the beat Turning things on and off and it was it's like you said because you know somebody made this thing As opposed to somebody click on something. Th there's something about knowing it was done by a human sure that it makes this more of a connection and and nowadays like the most you know a star wars or Jurassic Park could be made by a two year old on their phone. Yeah nothing whatever. And he's great things that He trusted his crew and he had ideas but he basically would say you do it and I think the crew really loved him and wanted to you work hard because they got to do these great things they figure it out exactly and they got to do stuff. There was much more involved than just. Here's a living room set. Now we're done. I mean they got to to play with toys and and have fun with. I think that's that's one of the main reasons that besides the money ends of the old overtime they're getting but they were. They got to be creative and make like you can get their hands dirty. He dumped water on somebody. Audition goats run through restaurants in Abe suits. I mean this sounds like the early letterman show. It's in some ways it sounds like Conan's first show on NBC too. Because obviously Conan I think has been on the record as saying that Ernie Needy on the back wall of his set. I oh I think on that show. Oh I think that's true very good. Yeah what was Howard. The world's strongest aunt tell our listeners. Venue might have to jump twelve Howard. The world's strongest man was a segment that Dernie did on a semi regular basis on his daily half hour show on NBC for a year and a half and it was a shot of a miniature and eighty would do the voice of how are the world's strongest and you'd see they'd manipulated of course with magnets the best they could with no rehearsal moving chairs around. And now he's GonNa play a game of pool and picnic and it was all eighties. He's e- partially improv improvise. But it was her voice as the world's strongest and people sent in gifts for Howard the world's strongest and Ernie would hold them up on this show and we got these gifts and then whoever was would get a you know a watch or radio in the mail as a thank you but people sent in gifts for the characters and now that you've mentioned let's get your mom your into the act your how. How did they? I mean she was discovered on. Arthur Godfrey's talent scouts. Yes absolutely and Ernie would sad like to take credit but he couldn't well his his producer reducer basically said Kita show in Philadelphia and said to my my mom like. Would you like to come down to meet this guy. You Know Ernie Kovacs and she thought Colfax Dan Colfax Kovacs and They went and she went down. There thought she was going to work for a couple of weeks and turned into a pretty good partnership and Ernie Ernie was married at the time and it was not going well and at some point they got divorced and my mom and Ernie then started dating and had a pretty pretty whirlwind love affair for quite a while. Now now that marriage to say it didn't go well. Yeah he's an yes yes she liked he. He gave her the kids for a while because they decided in court he was the better parent he eventually. Yeah think about that as a man. Dan was given custody of his kids to happen. And then he hands them over to her to just take care of them for the day and and he doesn't see them for another two years and the crazy thing is if you think about it he had to be funny for those two yes daily live basis leases racy. He had to. He was spending money on a private detective else. He would they would say they're in you know Wherever there in Texas? This he'd get on a plane after a show and he'd fly down there. Sorry we can't find him. They're not here he was spending. I mean Ernie had a spending problem and but he had spared no expense to find his girls. He was really just distraught about this so key eventually. They found them in Florida but he spent a long time and a lot of money and being very funny on dodge. I don't think he's. He's spending like millions on detectives. Yeah who are not doing a goddamn thing and they say say the way it was tracked down his mother She was sending postcards every day to different different areas. Have you seen these girls. That could that actually doesn't sound too far up. I you know Gilbert good job. We learned some time the first time someone sprays me now. It's an educational program. Well you know it's it was. It was very sad and you know the girls literally did not know how to use a knife and fork and they were you know. My Mom told me a story that when they would be in a car and police car would drive by. They would duck because that's what they're it's a miracle that he found them. Yeah you know. And they said like the mother was just sending out a postcard up any each and and saying have you seen they look like this. Have you seen and eventually someone said. I saw two girls unbelievable. Yeah Yeah and Ernie's mom you know. God bless her. There's there's many crazy stories about this Janette affairs by Loris Lebron and the TV movies Yes yes of course. Lebron is great in that and And Jeff Goldblum is great but it was a weird situation for my mom because he's got like integrate herself into a whole a new family. It's I mean she was fairly young. Yeah she was like not even thirty and she was basically all of a sudden a mom. What I love is reading reading in her memoir which you were kind enough to send on me Singapore song that the the way she talks about meeting him how she knew instantly. She got an electric charge of her arm when he shook her hand. The Ashby says there's a video somewhere you can find it online where she says. I'd never seen a person like that and I thought to myself. I want one of those as she knew she knew she she. She was from a very white bread. You Know Presbyterian Pennsylvania background and she's you know when I saw Kovacs. I'd never seeing someone with a mustache and a cigar and look like a gangster and she thought I want one of those. It's it's sweet to read in the book to their courtship to how he was he you you know lavishing attention on her and and lavishing money of course even when he had no money yes yeah he they. It definitely had a world. My my mom was married three times but even with my dad I knew that like Ernie was the love of her life. It was it was pretty apparent. What was that piece? He took her back to the the To the House to listen to a a classical piece all the the One she had trouble listening to after he passed because it was too. It was too heartbreaking breaking for her. 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"casale" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

12:07 min | 2 years ago

"casale" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"Cleese recently. And we're watching a lot of monty python. And even though they didn't have that broadcast there was a lot of blackouts in in what they did in the nineteen seventies so in not always necessarily a punchline just they would just go onto the next thing in early would you often with Kovacs. It was the idea behind the whole sketch that was funny and not so much the execution or the structure of it but the concept of what he was doing was hilarious. Terry Gilliam says and you have this booklet. That comes with the the the box set from short factory from factory. Terry Gilliam Cut. The Kovac showed knocked me sideways into a world where the bizarre and the daft and the preposterous all lived happily happily alongside wisdom whitten perception. I had never experienced anything so visually absurd and inventive so you you've just You were with Terry Terry recently. Yeah we did. A Kovac centennial event in London at the BFI. For the Monty Python. Fiftieth Anniversary. And I got to meet Terry Gilliam. And and he couldn't have been nicer and couldn't have been more complimentary about Ernie and I'd Never mad magazine. And Ernie Kovacs were the things that are similar to work Kertzman later. Yeah that's how mcleese yeah And he was totally influenced by. It's funny we were talking about the blackouts. Earning used music. A lot of ways and python used Terry Gilliam's animation into kind of Segue from one sketch to the next bring things back and all that so the very co vaccine thing that I think that they were doing purely with Terry regaling because they had never seen it. So Terry Gilliam's kid in Minnesota Group into Ernie Kovacs on the national show obviously wasn't going to get the show from philly now. Yeah now yeah. Yeah but and look at look at the generations. Well it's the the way. The Sky is influencing comedy for decades to come. Did this day to this day. Yeah Yeah I I love hearing that sort of my mission this year. One Hundred Years Centennial. You kinda you gotTa Make Make Hay someway. I really feel like this is Ernie's you know year to kind kind of make sure that people remember him what what's scary and I mean Franken I I think the reason we do the show. Look people whole. Don't remember who the Marx Brothers and Jack Benny are. You're lucky if they remember. Paul Newman is point. Yeah sure yeah and I I was. We were talking to some twenty year old. And he didn't know who David Letterman was. That's how quickly. Yeah it's like you're gone for a week. So Ernie Kovacs. I mean if you're gonNA remember anyone you might remember Benny or Groucho Ernie Kovacs completely. Well the the thing that's crazy is that This year we've done all these events and I kind of started to reach out to people besides Comedians so I reached out to some musicians. Gerald Casale from devaux was a huge huge fan and we did a panel with with him and some other people. We also had Chris Stein from bloody. I was surprised to find these Kovacs fans and and a wilner learn and and it was really like Christine. Had this moment where we were talking with him we just. I was so lucky to grow up. In this era I was in New York and I was a kid and I just thought this was was like you know you're bringing me back to a moment and I think that is the interesting thing is that it actually elicit something and people that saw him at the time that You know reminds some of their youth or something that was really great about Growing up and what interests fascinates me about Ernie Kovacs. What fascinated me about old movies and that was finding out how they would achieve special effects and they actually get the hands dirty cut things and pace things and fat fashion fashion? Now it's like if you ask. How did you achieve this special effect win like pursed this Knob? And that makes fire appear and then I press this Button and a dragon comes off but then he was always working without a budget wasn't yeah or No budget and even when he was finishing the horse yeah and and then toward the end The special he was doing. ABC He had a bunch of but he was still doing shows with dime-store novelty toys. And stuff like that and kitchen utensils dancing around to ask savell. But that's a thing where you know Those music videos that he would do you look at those and you think oh they would just take it one shot at a time but they were actually sustained sustained performance takes so where every cut you see is happening in the control room. Which means he's got to lay out the entire studio with all the forks and knives and the blender and everything? The people have to be all around pulling wires right on the beat Turning things on and off and it was it's like you said because you know somebody made this thing As opposed to somebody click on something. Th there's something about knowing it was done by a human sure that it makes this more of a connection and and nowadays like the most you know a star wars or Jurassic Park could be made by a two year old on their phone. Yeah nothing whatever. And he's great things that He trusted his crew and he had ideas but he basically would say you do it and I think the crew really loved him and wanted to you work hard because they got to do these great things they figure it out exactly and they got to do stuff. There was much more involved than just. Here's a living room set. Now we're done. I mean they got to to play with toys and and have fun with. I think that's that's one of the main reasons that besides the money ends of the old overtime they're getting but they were. They got to be creative and make like you can get their hands dirty. He dumped water on somebody. Audition goats run through restaurants in Abe suits. I mean this sounds like the early letterman show. It's in some ways it sounds like Conan's first show on NBC too. Because obviously Conan I think has been on the record as saying that Ernie Needy on the back wall of his set. I oh I think on that show. Oh I think that's true very good. Yeah what was Howard. The world's strongest aunt tell our listeners. Venue might have to jump twelve Howard. The world's strongest man was a segment that Dernie did on a semi regular basis on his daily half hour show on NBC for a year and a half and it was a shot of a miniature and eighty would do the voice of how are the world's strongest and you'd see they'd manipulated of course with magnets the best they could with no rehearsal moving chairs around. And now he's GonNa play a game of pool and picnic and it was all eighties. He's e- partially improv improvise. But it was her voice as the world's strongest and people sent in gifts for Howard the world's strongest and Ernie would hold them up on this show and we got these gifts and then whoever was would get a you know a watch or radio in the mail as a thank you but people sent in gifts for the characters and now that you've mentioned let's get your mom your into the act your how. How did they? I mean she was discovered on. Arthur Godfrey's talent scouts. Yes absolutely and Ernie would sad like to take credit but he couldn't well his his producer reducer basically said Kita show in Philadelphia and said to my my mom like. Would you like to come down to meet this guy. You Know Ernie Kovacs and she thought Colfax Dan Colfax Kovacs and They went and she went down. There thought she was going to work for a couple of weeks and turned into a pretty good partnership and Ernie Ernie was married at the time and it was not going well and at some point they got divorced and my mom and Ernie then started dating and had a pretty pretty whirlwind love affair for quite a while. Now now that marriage to say it didn't go well. Yeah he's an yes yes she liked he. He gave her the kids for a while because they decided in court he was the better parent he eventually. Yeah think about that as a man. Dan was given custody of his kids to happen. And then he hands them over to her to just take care of them for the day and and he doesn't see them for another two years and the crazy thing is if you think about it he had to be funny for those two yes daily live basis leases racy. He had to. He was spending money on a private detective else. He would they would say they're in you know Wherever there in Texas? This he'd get on a plane after a show and he'd fly down there. Sorry we can't find him. They're not here he was spending. I mean Ernie had a spending problem and but he had spared no expense to find his girls. He was really just distraught about this so key eventually. They found them in Florida but he spent a long time and a lot of money and being very funny on dodge. I don't think he's. He's spending like millions on detectives. Yeah who are not doing a goddamn thing and they say say the way it was tracked down his mother She was sending postcards every day to different different areas. Have you seen these girls. That could that actually doesn't sound too far up. I you know Gilbert good job. We learned some time the first time someone sprays me now. It's an educational program. Well you know it's it was. It was very sad and you know the girls literally did not know how to use a knife and fork and they were you know. My Mom told me a story that when they would be in a car and police car would drive by. They would duck because that's what they're it's a miracle that he found them. Yeah you know. And they said like the mother was just sending out a postcard up any each and and saying have you seen they look like this. Have you seen and eventually someone said. I saw two girls unbelievable. Yeah Yeah and Ernie's mom you know. God bless her. There's there's many crazy stories about this Janette affairs by Loris Lebron and the TV movies Yes yes of course. Lebron is great in that and And Jeff Goldblum is great but it was a weird situation for my mom because he's got like integrate herself into a whole a new family. It's I mean she was fairly young. Yeah she was like not even thirty and she was basically all of a sudden a mom. What I love is reading reading in her memoir which you were kind enough to send on me Singapore song that the the way she talks about meeting him how she knew instantly. She got an electric charge of her arm when he shook her hand. The Ashby says there's a video somewhere you can find it online where she says. I'd never seen a person like that and I thought to myself. I want one of those as she knew she knew she she. She was from a very white bread. You Know Presbyterian Pennsylvania background and she's you know when I saw Kovacs. I'd never seeing someone with a mustache and a cigar and look like a gangster and she thought I want one of those. It's it's sweet to read in the book to their courtship to how he was he you you know lavishing attention on her and and lavishing money of course even when he had no money yes yeah he they. It definitely had a world. My my mom was married three times but even with my dad I knew that like Ernie was the love of her life. It was it was pretty apparent. What was that piece? He took her back to the the To the House to listen to a a classical piece all the the One she had trouble listening to after he passed because it was too. It was too heartbreaking breaking for her. It's not Eric saw is pretty which I can't play. Okay but don't ask me for citing make something up and say.

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