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Fresh update on "colbert" discussed on  The Big Biz Radio Show

The Big Biz Radio Show

00:31 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "colbert" discussed on The Big Biz Radio Show

"Here. So the total percentage of sales before Cove it in e commerce with 15%. It jumped to 34% in three months. Okay, so let's stop. I love it because I had this conversation this weekend. And I remember you and I had this conversation We first met and I was one of those things We were talking, taking out of numbers. Forget who we're talking to effect. I think I know what you're talking about. What we said. What percentage retail sales do you think happened online? And everyone always say 50%. 20 you say, Look down at your clothes. You tell me how much you purchased online watchband really was 7%. Three years ago, correct And then it went little by little, and we're not talking about black Friday. We're talking about the Internet on Lee we're talking about. Overall National retail federation number 7% jumped up to 50% say again, what it is. Now it's 34% on. They're predicting that after Kobe this is a Mackenzie blur, but they're predicting anywhere from 20 to 25%. Still, that's a significant jump, and I know that many people there's only 25% of our sales are done online. But if you consider it with 73 years ago And then it went to 15 and now we have another. It's almost was almost doubled Huge and so on that basis I ask the questions. I think that Colbert will change us the way 9 11 change the way we travel, taking our shoes off right at the right. But I don't know. I have said this for a while. And I wasn't I wasn't talking about. We're gonna get more hand sanitizer and stock up on but I think it's going to change the way big businesses hire Because suddenly like when my do my morning show my morning radio show you're not there. I'm on a big stick. It goes from Santa Elena. Human. And guess what? I'm in my kitchen. I'm literally sitting on my dining room table with no pain with micro sorry with a microphone and I don't think I'm ever going to go back. I'll tell you what. Why bother with getting up? 45 minutes earlier than I have to. Why bother having to fight traffic to get back up to this show afterwards? Okay, I'm literally have saved two hours of my life because I'm working at home. Is that going to be the same in other businesses? It's definitely starting to trend that way. I think technology companies like Facebook and Twitter. They've been very vocal about making sure that they want their people too remote. Remotely work, if possible, and not everybody can you know you gotta work on a server. You've got to be there, but I think that there's way more open to that. But I think the larger companies are still going to struggle with that. And there's going to be difficulty in and having a more senior leadership. Not being you have to be there. How do you tell mother? I have the metrics changed as an employee. On what I need to do an interview now that I know I'm going to be remote isn't completely different than it was. I'm not Simon's The interview process itself in talking about what skill sets, so I have to convince that I didn't have to convince before. Well, I think in general and join a zoom very good here, my son on backgrounds, and when Russell's does assume there's hardly ever a guy that walks behind him in a towel or a current. Obviously, there's those things, but there's gotta be a new skill sets now from I think you have to really convey that. Trust factor, right? I think that's really important. Trust in what trusting you're going to do your job with minimal supervision. Oh, wow. That's a thing. Yeah, I think about that because you don't have a supervision Pies. Every movement is your supervision. That's how that works. But honestly is that that is a big piece of this thing is opportunity cost as well as productivity cost. By not having people over your shoulder. Sometimes I'm not necessarily saying every employee has to, but I would suggest are people working longer from working and well, I've always worked from home and I mean, there's been a small state. I was in an office, but I always work more at home. But you could get a potentate. Nine danger said found work in the morning. I am gonna work out. You take a salary going toe to toe work. Force Three in Europe had be anyway. So you just logged on to start doing some work. You just Figure it out here on your third pee by three in the morning is something that we don't need to tell everybody test group is your job. Is your job changed in coaching the coaching side of it? I want to get into that We come back on the coaching side is your coaching business? More difficult now, with respect to candidates. I'm not talking about corporate side because you work both sides, right? Sure. No, it definitely is. I mean, people are stressed Coach heads letterheads exam really touched all the bases because you're hearing what corporations also have to say, sir, you're hearing them say that's the real value the value I bring. I've worked with so many different hiring managers and I get to know their wants and desires. But yet I also see Different side like the pattern there, you know, I really want to bring somebody and it's going to change everything. And then you realize, while they really don't want that they really want like a real estate agent. And, you know, you know, these people want a three bedroom with a pool and I don't want to show him a two bedroom with no pool. She's the bumble recruiting. She's not the tender, tender tender like the crystal meth of dating app, But she's the bumble okay off. Dating app so Yeah, exactly right. So I left a winner. Okay, That's exactly what I see how it works, all right?.

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Dr. J. Mario Molina Discusses Medicaid Program Financing in Light of the On-Going COVID-19 Pandemic

The Healthcare Policy Podcast

05:00 min | 2 d ago

Dr. J. Mario Molina Discusses Medicaid Program Financing in Light of the On-Going COVID-19 Pandemic

"On background, the ongoing Kobe nineteen pandemic has caused the worst unemployment rates since the Great Depression. Since Medicaid and the economy are negatively correlated when one's up the others down. Recent Kaiser family. Foundation study concluded that by January, seventeen million people could be newly eligible for the Medicaid. Program that would represent a twenty four percent increase in current program participation. As state. Which Medicaid funding is typically the second largest state expense after education they've cratered largely since two thirds of state income is generated via income and sales taxes. One month ago, the C. P. P. estimated states that are required to bounce their budgets. Each year are looking at revenue shortfalls totally accumulative five, hundred, fifty, five, billion dollars over fiscal years twenty through twenty two. In an effort to short state Medicaid programs and mitigate the economic fall back fall out in mid-march. The congress increased the federal government's Medicaid match termed eth- map by six point two percent in late. May The house further up the match to fourteen percent under the Heroes Act. The here act would also provide more than one train to state and local governments including nine, hundred, fifty, billion flexible aid. The Senate Majority leader however failed to refuse to take the house bill. As of today, it appears the presence executive steps taken Saturday to address four non healthcare. Related issues has caused Congress to journey until September seventeenth that is another code relief package will at best not be considered until late that month. With Megan and discussed the pandemics effects on the Medicaid. Program is Dr. Mario. Molina. So that document as a somewhat lengthy background introduction, let me begin by asking you generally what's your assessment? Of the Kobe nineteen pandemic effect on the Medicaid population I asked particularly in context of the fact that Medicaid is largely responsible for covering long term care facility a healthcare, and we've seen of course disproportion effect on long-term facility residents. I think that Medicaid patients are going to be disproportionately affected for a couple of reasons as Medicaid, the biggest pair of long-term care in the country. and clearly those patients have been hard hit. But we're also seeing that it disproportionately affects people who are lower income who are working as essential workers in essential businesses. Most Medicaid patients work, but they're working in low income jobs often without. Health Insurance paid for by the employer. So they are probably greater risk and we've certainly seen that black and Latino. Are More affected by. Colbert Dan. Caucasian population. Okay. Thank you. Yes. Definitely the case. Before. I ask about the Congress and state responses. Let me ask you this question. There's a lot of discussion and speculation regarding healthcare utilization. meaning that covid nineteen will will cause comparatively an increase in utilization. Interestingly enough I looked at some statistics that showed because of elective surgeries being canceled or postponed. Data showing then April. Healthcare expenditures were down almost forty percent and were still down ten percent or ten percent lower your year this past June. So this question obviously very much relates who pressure on state budget. What's your understanding of what will see relative arm balanced utilization in the Medicaid program? This year and going into next year. Well it's going to have different effects in different areas clearly, hospitalization and physician visits are down. in part because people are afraid to go to the doctor or the hospital. In. Part because Kobe has crowded patience out of elective surgeries. So those things are all down. Testing is going to be up testing expenses are up. and I think that overall you're going to see that utilization is lower in the second quarter and probably the third quarter and expected and from previous years. and I think that it's going to remain that way for a while people are still afraid to go to the doctor for many things and there is concerned that as a result, things like cancer screenings and treatments will be deferred. So we could see some pent-up demand perhaps next year but I do think that for the remainder of this year. Overall Service utilization will be lower than expected. Some areas, it'll be higher. But overall it'll be. It'll be down from previous years.

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Fresh update on "colbert" discussed on Scott Sloan

Scott Sloan

01:27 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "colbert" discussed on Scott Sloan

"I'm scared, but that's Mike Tyson. That's so hard at the lab, but my days of being so scared. He's a good kid. Yes, let's get the whole year on a guy get gear with kids in the video. He ended up catching one. I mean, they released it, obviously, but he caught it with his hands. He doesn't want to do because sharks don't have ears. He can't bite him. Ah, there it is. I knew that was going really. All right. What else? I like sheriff? No Shark week is it's really watching you don't you gotta watch it, man. It's fascinating stuff. I don't know. You know, they were talking about some, like monster shark that, of course, There's always something to monitor my dog's name. It was like blue something and it was the size of Mount Adams. The whole thie shark told everything gets back to where you live. Big load. I'm very proud of my big Is that hill right there. If you like late night television, James Corden and Stephen Colbert have returned to their studios and Jimmy Fallon was back. Probably they maybe have. He may have had two weeks on them. But Colbert's back in New York and James Corden is back to filming as well. Once Joe Biden announced Kamala Harris is his running mate. Trump couldn't wait to weigh in. Here's what he had to say about. Harris had a press conference last night. She was very, very nasty. Unfortunately for Harris, if you want well wishes from Trump, you've got to be in prison s O. They're back. They're back and they're dressed very differently as well. Said normally the late night, guys, they're all buttoned up. Suit's on They've got interviewing guests coming in, and they're really taking like the sweat pants approach to it, like zip up hoodies. I mean, trendy, athletic wear is what I will go with. I don't know. I never get why you have to be that dressed up to do talk show anyone Or the news for that matter. How much dough artist he's. There's gotta suit on his hair slicked back. And you know what? I just look for a polo? I don't know, because polos are kind of lame. Like I'd rather see a guy in a suit than a polo. I'm looking at you now I know you are, but Oh, God, It's different. You know, no one sees me. Fortunately, so I wear what the hell I want, But I just I don't get it. Do you take someone less seriously? Alright. Okay. News anchor, I suppose. Great, But why do I need to take Jimmy Fallon seriously? What is it about Jimmy Kimmel that I would not get If you won't think it's seriousness. I think he just looks fresh. He looks sexy. Looks good. What is good for television? It's like you're going out. You gotta look good. If you're going out for a T shirt and shorts. Why wouldn't went Well, I think somebody ought to try it. See if there's a new day. It's happening as we speak. And I was doing in the zip up hoodie. All right, fine. I got it. If you haven't seen the person you I keep. I can't say the word the purser person person. I know you're in your car right now. It's this person admitted shot. Meteor meteor shower continues, and I didn't know this. But each year the earth passes by debris from the comet Swift Tuttle, which burns up in the atmosphere. Appearing as shooting stars. So this has been happening since Friday, July 17th and it will continue through August 24th. It has been cloudy. But they say if you look if you know we could remind you later, But if you look up in the sky midnight or dawn tomorrow That's your best chance. And obviously you want to go somewhere away from light pollution. So you live in Cincinnati, and it's Thursday and you're working. So no one literally is going to see the person I was over there today. Yeah, three more, 3 35 on Tuesday. If you're standing by the annular for the foul life, like, guess what I'll watch it on the History channel is that this is the only time in the next 6000 years protecting. I think it's cool. It's cool, but it's like, well, you know what it was Kool Aid schedule this for noon in a much better time for everybody. It's could get me because of the years they're like You won't see this again in your lifetime theirs. But here's all I got to see how many times a week to the Dean Rigas is the world of decency and go. This is the all Make time in your life. You're going to say this in the next week. This is the only time in your life I would spend my entire life just looking at stars going. My God, this is left. I'm not going to see this. I know who's going to be like this. Your wife, Michelle, I know she would go out there and get it up. She would. She loves looking president because of the nostalgia. We're nostalgic people should get up until 3 a.m. We'll be looking at no star. If that stuff not out by nine. It will be on the next day. You got a short window with my wife between 9 39 50 because she's awake and then she's asleep, and that's all you get right there. If there's not an eclipse or a star of person meteor shower and that it happened by 9 45 Shane saying, it's a wrap it's done. I understand. Forget it. I if there's one thing that you should know about me at this moment, other than that, I'm the forever maid of honor. The hot the national until you're not National holidays, I think are the most annoying things on the planet, the worst of the worst right other than the ones that involve food. So like National Dona Day, Count me in national French Friday. Cool National Pizza Day. I could get behind those three, but some of the other ones. That it's like national cut your grass day. I just I can't get behind some of these national holidays behind any of them because it's like every day to celebrate them all. They're like a thing to me in National Pizza Day. Use every day Friday night, right after where every day could be national today and the reason why this caught my eyes because it it did involve having a few drinking matches. Lefty left its national lefthanders Day. Okay, which is a celebration founded by the left hander's club to honor the lefty style, So it's the 17th year this is no. This is important. It is celebrated with the right versus left sports matches, left handed drinking events and other activities. I'm I'm a right hander. I'm not right here to tell you what. Why don't lefthanders feel like they're so I mean, I guess there's fewer of them obviously left handers, but it's like no one. I don't know if there's anyone really care except give us a thing. Like when you were young when they were. Yeah. I mean, I remember like big fights over, you know, left handed, right handed thing, but Other than scissors. Um, it's really not that big a deal and of course, sporting equipment. That's about it right. There is a challenge will be baseball. Pretty much baseball playing field hockey is really challenging her left hander, Um But, yeah, I mean, I used to be one like when I was a kid playing baseball. You get if you're gonna play first base will be right hander. But I mean, the guy for Kansas City is a left handed person. So I mean, it doesn't matter Catchers Hominy. Is he? One of what in the league? I don't not. Probably not that many but just said, But it's adult like you can't want. Why not? Figure it out. Here We are getting sporting equipment and scissors. The only two things I could think when it comes to being a lefty. That's because you can't use left handed Scissors Road over. I'm not yet to figure out why. My dad. My dad's air left hander and his handwriting is awful. I don't think that's exclusive. The left hander's myself but I can't read it. I used to have great handwriting is I gotta care because I'm only one has to read it. I mean, everything I do is texting now. Well, I said that I don't understand why there's such a big mandate. Still for cursive, right? There's like this big push or curse. Indiana just passed a cursive writing and I, It's gotta be taught unicycle. Why? Well, you could be able to read it like nobody's really reading at my grandmother sends me cards in cursive. You can't very beautiful and I couldn't. I couldn't. There's no way right. It's terrible, mindless. I used to get beaten in school. Because my cursive handwriting was so bad that I got you and every guy, no prints. And there's not one person that writes in cursive except for your signature..

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Stephen Colbert Returns to (Somewhere Within) the Historic Ed Sullivan Theater

WBZ Morning News

00:16 sec | 2 d ago

Stephen Colbert Returns to (Somewhere Within) the Historic Ed Sullivan Theater

"Stephen Colbert returned to the Ed some of in theatre last night, but Not actually inside, Colbert says in the introduction. I'm here in the Ed Sullivan Theaters office building. He used a set that looks like Colbert's actual office. In the building ready to

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Fresh update on "colbert" discussed on Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson

Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson

02:11 min | 10 hrs ago

Fresh update on "colbert" discussed on Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson

"And out of this area. City manager Laszlo Balco says. This think hole was caused by a Culbert that failed. The city had been Learning to make repairs of that Colbert for months but didn't get to the job on time. A Maryland state report says a massive gas explosion that nearly destroyed an office complex in Colombia a year ago was the fault of the gas company. Baltimore Gas and Electric failed to provide for the safe operation and maintenance of the facilities on Stanford Boulevard. No one was hurt in the explosion because it happened early on a Sunday morning when no one was there, BG E says. As a result, it will be separating underground gas and electric utility lines. 250 other commercials night the number of positive Corona virus cases continues to decline in Maryland. But Governor Hogan says now is not the time to be complacent. We are concerned about the fall flu season and about potential spikes. Maryland Governor Larry Hogan says. There's also a need for more federal aid, less assistance from the federal government less help for our employees. It's not gonna help us. Grow out of help us with the economic recovery if number one states air, putting more people on the unemployment line, the current statewide positivity rate in Maryland is 3.6%. Meriel W E mail and double gmail dot com. Montgomery County's chief administrative officer, has resigned after he was cited for ethics violations. Andrew Klein, who took the job shortly after county executive Marquel Rich took office in 2018 was accused of promoting a book he had written while traveling to conferences that were paid for By the county client also admitted to having working relationships with two private companies that had contracts with the county El Riches nominating the county's budget director Rich Matalin Oh, to replace Klein. High speed Internet does not exist in parts of western Loudon County. But that could soon change to local companies have announced a partnership to extend service outside Leesburg, potentially 1000 to 1100 homeowners and businesses in the love. It's Bill area may benefit from this partnership. Novak CEO stand Furberg because it has become an essential part of conducting business today, not to mention online classes. Still, construction is not even set to start till early next year and on Ly if enough, folks sign up for the service, Barbara Breath W M a l l dot com Checking your money. The Dow futures down 21 points at this hour. The NASDAQ futures down 11 In sports. The Nets game win streak comes to an end they fall to the Mets, 11 6 The capital's blow it to nothing lead They fall to the Islanders in Game one.

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 Colbert and Corden Will Finally Leave Home to Host Their Late-Night Shows in New York and Los Angeles

KYW 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 5 d ago

Colbert and Corden Will Finally Leave Home to Host Their Late-Night Shows in New York and Los Angeles

"On the way for late night talkers. It's been a while since he's been in the studio come to my bathroom. I'm your host even will bear watching a very special social distancing edition of the Late show, called there will return to the stage of the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York City for the first time since March. James Coram Broadcasting to you right now from my garage home, gets to leave his backyard in L A and head back to Studio 56 a television city. Both hosts will begin production again next week with no studio audiences. Jimmy Fallon returned to the Tonight Show set in Manhattan two weeks ago. Debra Rodriguez CBS News

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Fresh update on "colbert" discussed on WIBC Programming

WIBC Programming

01:02 min | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "colbert" discussed on WIBC Programming

"Like Kamala Harris from the senator for the Great State of California. It's like Weinstein Stein, You can't go in there. Halls or Kiki Emel. I got yelled at all last night. So it wasn't a surprise to you guys. I thought maybe hopefully, if Biden gets elected, I hope he doesn't. But I thought maybe Susan Rice had more of a resumes with Biden steps down. That somebody with actual experience an actual resume in foreign affairs and national security things. Maybe that would have been a good pick for him. But I cz Susan Rice is the recognition Kamala Harris with the safe choice, right, Cole. She's very, very doll. Yeah, she had that resume and experience. Yeah, especially with the Benghazi thing. But forget about her. Now it's tze buying. And Kamala. Yeah, I think it's a terrible choice because she lost. I mean, like, if she is going to end up being president, they already said they didn't wonder is president so why would they choose? ER when you say they you mean the Democrat Democrat so she couldn't get out of the prime now, and she was blaming racism and sexism and all of these things in with ism on her own voters, another for the force. In her upon them, And now they're acting like eyes is a great choice that you guys don't work. This whole C beat her in the primaries. Yeah, totally ended her right in the front. Maybe they should have chosen Tulsi. They don't like toes. She's too much of a loose cannon on this was the establishment's choice in the beginning, and I just I talked about this yesterday when CNN decided to start doing their town halls of all the candidates this year. Who got the number one who got that first Town hall. It was Camilla Harris. She's always been there, darling. Yeah. Now she's hitched up with old man. Biden, who they know isn't going to see the finish line and wins this thing and they're going to try to backdoor her way into the White House. I mean, that's the thing is that if Biden wins, she will be president. Yeah, we talked this morning on our show about how a man Willie got her. Where she waas a career Now town on Willie Brown. Yeah, And she hates that she calls in the albatross around her neck. And then now she's got Joe Biden helping her career even more getting her to the place where she wants to be what she really wants to be President. So, isn't it interesting? How men have gotten Her to where she wants to pay. Can't wait till I hear her explanation on how you know her accusations of Joe Biden is a racist hanging out with segregationists all things and she said she said she believes his accusers have some sexual harassment. Yeah. How do you get around that? Yeah, right for someone to tell her what to say. Well, no one will ask. They're going to ask, and she'll do exactly what she did with Stephen Colbert because he asked her. How could you say all those things about him and then come out in support of him? And her answer was what was it debate They was accepted was making crap up was.

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Mass Hauntings

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

03:12 min | Last week

Mass Hauntings

"Mass haunting 's in Gettysburg for over one Hundred Years Gettysburg Pennsylvania's been flooded by reports of paranormal activity from Phantom cries, wounded soldiers, lifelike apparitions, many visitors to Gettysburg of untouched by haunting. Past Gettysburg was a site where confederate and union armies clashed on July. First, eighteen, sixty, three, the battle. Was Day bloodbath that will change American history forever when cannon smoke clear the union soldiers had one but nearly five thousand horses and fifty thousand men lay dead or dying ninety. The confederate soldiers never received a proper burial now, more than fourteen decades. Later, these unsubtle spirits may still linger and Gettysburg. This historic town is home to a surprising number of Phantom. Forms captured in photography including the ghost of what appears to be General Robert e Lee the Daniel Lady Farm was used a confederate army field hospital soldiers. He suffered from artillery wounds usually lot of chest wombs lost limbs were brought to the farm to recover suffer through the final moments of their lives. The farmhouse and barns saw their share of ghastly horror. The ghosts of general. Isaac you'll and his ten thousand men still reportedly off the farm cash town and just eight miles west of the tiny town cash town was the site where the first soldier was killed during the Gettysburg campaign of the civil war. The current owners believe they have proof of their ghastly and ghostly visitors chat Palomino in his wife had. Pictures from nineteen, Eighty, seven through two, thousand, seven, a strange orbs and skeleton showing up in photos according to Mr Palladino he and his guests have heard their share of thumping doors. They've also witnessed lights turning on and off on their own doors lock IAN unlocking themselves. The history of Gettysburg hotel is filled with tales very haunting 's a ghost of A. Woman. Who has been seen dancing in the hotel's ballroom paranormal investigators believe the spirit of Union soldier James Colbert on of company K Pennsylvania reserves still roams around the hotel or the Bala dairy in offer spectacular views of the countryside. It's sometimes gives visitors a terrifying glimpse of life after death located on hospital road in served as a union field hospital during. Day Two of the battling Gettysburg Suzanne Lawn key. The owner has collected dozens of stories of photos of her guests ghostly encounters according to a psychic. The in appears to be haunted by confederate soldiers buried underneath a nearby tennis court. The ghost train tourists could take a ninety minute ride on the ghost train the only ghost tour. Gettysburg that takes visitors across. The actual battlefield. One of the tour storyteller says he and the passengers of smelt cigar smoke and see the souls of soldiers roaming on the train or near the tracks won't traveling across historic battle mass

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'Late Show' Music Producer Fired Following Sexual Harassment Allegation

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | Last week

'Late Show' Music Producer Fired Following Sexual Harassment Allegation

"Music producer for the Late Show with Stephen Colbert on CBS has been fired after being accused Of sexual harassment. According to the rap Giovanni CNC was let go following an instagram from page Stark, in which she detailed an incident where CNC pushed her against the wall and tried to kiss her at the C. M. J Festival. She claimed he followed her and later became aggressive even after she resisted. The musician has been a producer on the show since 2017 2 and on to share screenshot of an email she sent to his former boss before Colbert in 2017 at the height of the meat to movement, But you received no response. She ended the pope. Just stop protecting men who abuse their

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Dallas County Reports Record-High 1,267 New COVID-19 Cases, 18 More Deaths

Eric Harley and Gary McNamara

00:19 sec | 2 weeks ago

Dallas County Reports Record-High 1,267 New COVID-19 Cases, 18 More Deaths

"Health officials have reported a new daily record for Colbert 19 cases Saturday with 1267 and 18 deaths. Tarrant County reported 584 new cases in a record high 15 death Saturday, and Denton County reported 128 new cases and two deaths on Saturday.

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Ear Hustle Extra: Summer Listening

Ear Hustle

06:31 min | 3 weeks ago

Ear Hustle Extra: Summer Listening

"As, you know we're between seasons right now. We will be back September ninth with season six, so we're dropping into your feed today. Impart to recommend some other things to listen to why ear hustle is way, and we'll get to those in a minute first though we have to talk about covert nineteen in California prisons since our last episode at the beginning of June the virus, which had already broken out at other prisons in California hit San Quinn Heart. I am Fine New York. Thomas I'm calling from the epicenter of Kovic Fit. And now flock of fan plan, and you didn't get the CO host shit this season. I na this cool indoor. And then could we were supposed to be. Recording episode Friday on a Friday and we didn't finish. Doing Monday when I come back. Early on I, hate hearing that. I remember that I was supposed to go back in, but I was actually really scared I was going. Bring the virus in and then a few days later San Quinton barred visitors anyway, and it stayed covert free at least for a while, and the cold is. We were assuming if covy had got into San Quentin. It would be staff that brought it in because once volunteers like me. Me Stopped going in staff pretty much. The only people going from the outside in, but that's not what happened in May busloads of prisoners from California Institution for men where there were a bunch Kobe. Cases were transferred to San Quinn. It was meant to reduce crowding as see I M and slow down the outbreak there before long cases at San Quentin started to skyrocket Roussin, cellmate tested positive. Moving, but they moved so many people man they ran out of lumine isolation ran out of room and all of pictures back there, so he got stuck in. leaving. It would be for like another five days before find out I. Get my results in the mail file positive already. When did you find out or I had a clue before they tested because I had a bag man in the lead with those Colbert. report him because I want to report them. It gets fit to where everybody got over that and definitely did it. But I knew some funny with that. Headache pounded for six days. I've never had nothing to sleep in those days and then smell newest bad, and so when the results came back, I wasn't surprised. Right now I'm good, only thing I feel right now. Is that my nose a little bit congestion, but I'm over in. New York is thankfully doing okay, but the situation Quinton is dire as we're recording this on July fifteenth CDC are is reporting thirteen hundred active cases of corona virus in San. Quinn there's nearly seven hundred other guys who did test positive, but have recovered together. That's more than half the population San. Quinn and the CDC are has confirmed ten indesit San Quentin caused by corona virus. The prison is on lockdown. Guys are in their sales twenty four hours a day every. Every three days they get out to use showers and phone, and we really helpless out here, but we're trying to do something. Your Hustle is partnering with the Prison University. Project and helping to raise funds to send care packages to every person inside San Quentin, and also to help feed the staff and nudge when I told New York about this on the phone, his requests was at more food at more food. They needed. Bro Like people need it. They're definitely it'll. Make sure it's fool. Definitely another one that's. All food. That the another one that's about to come through, so you say mainly food. And full man fool fool fool. Because of the lockdown. Guys aren't working right now, so they aren't getting that small bit of money that helps them buy food at canteen, and instead of going to the chow whole. They're getting food delivered to their sales in boxes. Soul instead of hot food is crackers, bread, chips Baloney and that type of shit all day, so other food is really important. Man What else what? What are you seeing me? Like. For me, I'm going through anxiety like I can't. I can't pay I work out my study all day every day on the bottom of my face. He's Cool I love him, but he needs to go from straight, so we need some. Time but I'm going to do that right now. the sad man. It's just like all the time to be in prison right now. Friend Steve Champion has been sick to. refers. Three days I had a headache to allow myself laying down. You know at school you know. What What a blanket on the floor and I find myself, laimbeer. And I'm sleeping all the way into breakfast and make today after sleeping it. Long time I'm still tired and I'm cold. I lost my sense of pace, but not my sense of smell and term flood of food to full game so absolutely horrible. I could eat. Just couldn't eat. You know. And so You know I'm just glad that you know. that. Yeah cut him off. Man All right well. That was Our good friend. Steve Champion has been on death row for. Like thirty seven thirty eight years. And he's still up there and right now with the Kobe. Watching people pass on. Out of times, you know I I'd be sitting here like who I'm glad I in in prison or more glad everything worked out in twenty eighteen. Governor Brown seems to release me goes. My brothers in there you know displaying the sentence so I knew I would have been there displaying them, and probably fell out so I'm I'm pretty glad that I'm not in that. Environment and I mean a totally different environment right now.

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Fat Phobia and It's Racist Past and Present

Short Wave

12:18 min | 3 weeks ago

Fat Phobia and It's Racist Past and Present

"As a teen Sabrina strings loved getting to hang out with her grandma even when her grandma was obsessing over one of her soap operas I remember one time. She called me into the living room and she's like Sabrina look at Victoria. McCoy's kept on young and the restless. Victoria is killing herself to him. Why are white women dying to be thin? Fast forward to one three adult Sabrina was working at an HIV medication adherence clinic in San, Francisco, where she witnessed real life, examples of women sacrificing their health to be thin nights, spoken to a couple of women both HIV positive who refused to take their HIV medications for fear of gaining weight, and that blew my mind, and immediately took me back to conversations I've been having with my grandma like gosh onto something so important you know when she was talking about it, she saw it as largely a white phenomenon, but the women I interviewed that day. We're both color. Why were these women dying to be thin and did race have anything to do with? Him. Sabrina went on to become a sociologist at the University of California Irvine and wrote a whole book investigating these questions. If you're like me, you might have assumed that. There was some moment in between Marilyn Monroe. TWIGGY EH in which. Suddenly we'll. We suddenly became fat-phobic in those three years, but Sabrina started digging looking at nineteenth century magazines like Harper's bazaar in what she found was troubling articles warning American women well middle class and upper class white women. They needed to watch what they eat, and they were unapologetic, and stating that this was the proper form for. Jackson Protestant women, and so it was important that women eight as little as necessary in order to show their Christian nature and also their racial superiority. Today on the show we go all the way back to the transatlantic slave trade to understand the racial origins of fat phobia, and how black people are still dealing with the consequences today? I mattie Safai and this is shortwave the daily science podcast from NPR. So Sabrina. Let's let's get into what you discovered about the history of fat phobia a little bit you. You did a ton of research and you started the story several centuries back in Europe definitely in the ethos that like Renaissance Women. you know we're full figured. And that was absolutely a thing that was valued, and then there was a big shift explain what was going on back then so it turns out that the growth of the slave trade, especially by the eighteenth century led to new articulations of what types of appearance we could expect of people by different races, and also what types of behaviors. Such that by the middle of Eighteenth Century, a lot of French philosophers in particular were arguing that you know what when we're in the colonies, we're noticing that Africans are sensuous. They love sex and they love food, and for this reason they tend to be too fat. Europeans have rational self control. This is what makes us the premier race of the world, so in terms of body. Body size, we should be slender, and we should watch what we eat so okay Sabrina. Are you telling me that? When the slave trade started and European saw that African women were essentially curvy much like European women at the time at that point, they decided that being fat being thicker wasn't ideal anymore, and they built a system of oppression around this idea of needing to be. Thinned to prove racial superiority is at eight am I close. It's not quite as intentional as that. Effectively what they determined was that. You know we want it to be able to have a mechanism for ensuring that we could recognize who was slave, and it was free right, and it was easy in the beginning of the was simply skin color. What did you might imagine? After two hundred years of living in close proximity skin color really no longer works has a mechanism right, because now we have all of these people who are We would consider them today to be by racial, and so what they did was they decided to articulate new aspects of racial identity and so eating and body size became of the characteristics that were being used to suggest that these are people who do not deserve freedom. The trans, Atlantic slave trade eventually ended, but argues that we are still absolutely living with these racist attitudes about body size today. And in her book, she also traces how these anti-fat attitudes worked their way into modern medicine for somewhat arbitrarily, reasons for example take BMI or body mass index. That equation actually wasn't intended to be used to measure individual fatness. Though of course doctors did and still do today, can you? Can you explain the problem with using am I as a measure for obesity especially when it comes to black women, who I know have been told that they have the highest rates of obesity according to that measurement to be am I. Yes, so am. I is a measure of the ratio of a person's weight to their height. And what this does not account for is bone density. Muscular already any other type of genetic influences in your way or cultural environmental influences in your weight, and so, what ended up happening? As many people pointed out is that you might have to people with the same BMI, but vastly different life experiences embody compositions outside of the simple reality of their weight to height ratio, right, and the problem of applying this to them in particular, is that African American populations as studies have shown for literal decades since at least the eighties tends to be healthier at heavier weights than white populations. And so that already is an indication that cross racially. This is not a very useful tool, not to mention the fact that even within race there are going to be vastly different experiences, of an individual body between like their weight and their health profile so surreal this message from the medical establishment that excess weight is the biggest you know reason for black women's health problems or a very central of it. Why do you see it as so damaging? For Black Women, ultimately, the main advice that people are given when they so called obese is to lose weight, and there are so many problems with this. We have been telling people to lose weight for decades. What ends up happening is that they either don't lose the weight or they sometimes do lose the weight, and then frequently gain it back so first off. It could be more harmful to tell people to lose weight in the long run, and then in addition to that there are the psychological effects of telling people that their bodies are wrong. Right at their bodies are inherently unhealthy This type of fat stigma also leads to health outcomes right right right, so let's talk about this. In the context of covid nineteen I'm thinking about the recent New York Times op Ed you wrote about how cove nineteen is disproportionately impacting. Impacting people of Color specifically black people, and how you took issue with obesity, gaining traction as a leading explanation for that disparity, so talked me a little bit about that. This piece was actually motivated by something that I felt was very troubling, which was I had been seeing so many report, suggesting that the disparities in Colbert outcomes between white populations and black populations. They would say things like well. You know there's already the pre existing factor of obesity, and somehow that was one of the first things that come up and I thought there is very little evidence that disparities in quote unquote obesity are what's contributing to these negative outcomes, but there's plenty of evidence to suggest that Kobe. Fatalities or maybe even serious complications with Kobe nineteen are being influenced by people's environments. Are they essential workers? Do they have access to enough soap and water hand sanitizer, and so of course might imagine that the ability to socially distance to shelter in place to have access to healthy foods under Corinthian, all of this is very much being structured by a person's social location and black people tend to live in communities without access. Access to a lot of different healthy and life giving resources. Yeah, in in Sabrina, I'll tell you that as a person that reads a lot of the literature on Kovin prisoner biologists I am seeing a lot of papers coming out that are associating with the obesity without with health outcomes of COVID, but those links tend to be correlated right, but even if we were to find out that there's absolutely a causal link. Link between covert and obesity which I think you're arguing. There isn't one especially right now. At least the rates of obesity and white and black populations aren't actually that different right like it wouldn't necessarily be the thing that made it. So can you tell me a little bit about those rates versus the actual percentage of disparities? We're seeing so according to the CDC, the Obesity Twain. African, American and white populations are. Are Forty two point, two percent for white populations and forty nine point, seven percents for black populations are about that and so we're looking at effectively a seven percentage point disparity between white and black populations in terms of rates of obesity, however, when we're looking at serious complications with covert nineteen. What we're seeing is that black people are dying at rates of two point four to seven times that of white populations. How that's seven percentage point differential is leading to two point four to seven times the disparity in serious complications. Death. No one's really being able to explain that. This is the problem with the kind of cords of studies, which is that they lead people to believe that somehow. Is One of the drivers when in fact it could simply be a confounding in these studies, but we're so used to studying obesity and treating these correlations as if they are evidence of causal link that people are frequently not being very critical when they're seeing studies that show these relationships. Sabrina, you've obviously spent years by now working to understand this issue and to educate folks about it I'm wondering you know like why why this. Why have you specifically taken this on one of the reasons? Why continue to do it? Is I've seen what a difference? It's made to people's lives. I mean I've had so many people reach out and tell me that they felt for the longest time like something was wrong, but no one was talking about it or that I have spoken to their personal experience. I couldn't have imagined when I started doing this work. That could have possibly had the impact that it's had you know I'm standing on the shoulders of giants people who have been feminist scholars medical scholars journalists who've been doing this work at least since the nineteen seventies, but we're at a moment right now where there's a critical mass of people who are aware that the discourse surrounding fatness that we've long accepted really is baseless, and we think about a new way of allowing people to have a positive relationship to their bodies, and to cultivate health within themselves and their communities that does not rely on that stigma. Okay Sabrina I appreciate you. Thank you so much for coming on the show and sharing your life and your work with us. I really appreciate it. Thank you so much. It's been a pleasure. Sabrina strings. Her book is called fearing the black body the racial origins

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Netflix is Hollywood

Land of the Giants

05:03 min | 3 weeks ago

Netflix is Hollywood

"Where are we? We are in Los Angeles. We're about to turn onto sunset. Boulevard Hollywood maybe in Hollywood. Okay, so we're. We're approaching. Hollywood hills. Really Tall Palm Trees. So should we explain why we're? We're driving through sunset radio. There's a bunch of billboards here, right? That's what we're. Getting at. Less Ronnie our producers, etc piled, a newborn, took a drive down Hollywood's main drag. It's a traffic jam packed with billboards promoting new TV shows and movies. I've been covering the business of media for a long time, so I served as tour guide for this trip, but Ronnie is a data reporter who mainly writes about tech companies. She doesn't typically pay a lot of attention to what's going on in Hollywood. Here, we have a a the crown net flicks up on the right. Have you watched any of the crown yet? I have not. On the left we have marriage story billboard. This is a Scarlett Johansson. I don't think I want to watch that. You may not be the right person for streaming roddy in a row. We got the Irishman. That's Scorsese's film and then DOLEMITE is my name. Reading that right. Alfie, these are both movies. They're both movies. You can see on Netflix Sega. Any of these this is this is a worthwhile trip for learning. What's on Netflix? You could just actually go to your browser. Are these like already outer. These are like I don't know. Someone like hermetically sealed raising. A drive down, sunset isn't just a chance for Ronnie to see what's coming on. TV, it's a way to watch Hollywood talking to itself, these billboards are messages which are very much directed at Hollywood except now. netflix's doing most of the talking. Stranger things net flix. The politician. Net flicks, one billboard tuna flexible work three Netflix. Netflix well years ago when Netflix was first getting into its own programming. Executive there told me that because they were tech company. They didn't have to do things that traditional media companies do like renting billboards, so it could show big-name talented netflix serious about Hollywood. That guy turns out was wrong. Netflix has decided loves billboards so much that it went out and bought some for itself, and now the company owns many of the signs on the Strip. This, you still look like before streaming. That's one of the main ideas we keep running across as we're working on the series, it's almost impossible to imagine what the world like before Netflix. Even though that time was just a few years ago. If you didn't know any better, you'd think. Netflix's has always been a huge part of Hollywood. Syphilis can be fatal to your baby free. Check that out not flick show. UNCLEAR UNCLEAR? Welcome the land of the giants. The NETFLIX's effect. I'm Peter Coffee. Today. We're talking about how NETFLIX's. Would outsider that no one took seriously took over the town and change the lives of the people in it. Are the CO founder and CEO of Net flicks. I'm going to conduct this interview netflix style. I'M GONNA. Have like five questions you're GonNa love and five thousand. You've never heard. Today. It's given it. NETFLIX's remade. The media. World to companies becomes so omnipresent in our lives that CEO Reed. Hastings even counts as a sort of celebrity. He's a big enough deal for a guest spot Stephen Colbert. You're like one of the big one of those big new media disruptors. Why did the entertainment industry need to be disrupted? Just for the fun of it. On this happened really quickly. We talked to Kim Masters veteran show business journalist at the Hollywood reporter who said that a decade ago Netflix's was an afterthought for big media companies newcomers from Silicon Valley or anywhere else did not strike fear in the hearts of moguls. There's a thing that happens in Hollywood. Which is the outsiders come in, and they think boy. There's a lot of stupid rules in Hollywood and people sure do dumb stuff, but we're going to be much smarter than these idiots, and then they get kilt. It turns out that Netflix was the exception to the rule. It didn't get killed at one. And NETFLIX's did it with Hollywood's help. You can trace all this back to two thousand eight, which is when Netflix's really broken into streaming by getting his hands on a bunch of blockbuster movies for a bargain, Ben, price, it had made a deal with stars premium cable channel. Let netflix's stream always rate movies from Sony and Disney so stars had created the service called Vong which nobody listening to this podcast is GonNa Remember, but there was a service before Netflix's. That was streaming. Streaming movies called. Longo Van Gogh was losing seventy million dollars a year. Rich Greenfield is an analyst with light shed partners. He's been following digital media closely for years, and in walks, Reed Hastings in Ted Sandoz and says hey will take that streaming content. You could sub-licensed to us and we'll pay you. Tens of millions of dollars Netflix's use it as the base to build their streaming service, versus what was historically just a DVD service. And the rest is they say is history.

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ViacomCBS drops Nick Cannon, cites 'anti-Semitic' comments

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last month

ViacomCBS drops Nick Cannon, cites 'anti-Semitic' comments

"With the the a Viacom White French surge the virus House CBS tourist last is pandemic trying is terminating month industry getting to in distance industrial worse its relationship itself has Congress received production after with entertainer a will further its be back trade boost Nick but in cannon Washington adviser will it with for last criticized the what next partial it calls week hateful to reopening Dr consider speech Anthony a fresh and the Fauci federal anti of Disneyland relief semitism reserve package USA says Paris industrial today marches published Republicans on are the production opening let an opinion up up with have increased the latest been piece of reluctant the top about by five Peter floor to Navarro and approve of a half the Viacom Eiffel percent more outlining Tower CBS eight last the has month ways but cut priorities ties he's disagreed with that Nick was cannon two have the main second without shifted over sections straight an G. episode as monthly of the White virus York's of gain his House continues video most strategic podcast frequent and hammering communications better TV cannons than the theme what U. class S. economists chief park Alyssa resort featuring had Senate Flores forecasted professor GOP cuts says Griff Disneyland chief the of peace Public Mitch but McConnell Enemy did parks it was not still and says that go the was Walt nearly he through filmed now Disney eleven normal last hopes studios clearance to year percent quickly and ran processes approve below on are YouTube the a now relief February opening two weeks bill and their is ago level doors Navarro's which to is the before expected can public opinion an ingress the first to academy alone hit say a that trillion four virtually black months people but dollars shut it are off comes the down true as to due he closure Hebrews trump to will the roll allies corona as out and a result details Jews virus in have and of taken next the pandemic out their identity week of however the White focusing the House the rebound movie have on been cannon trying schools cheese in industrial writes to in on and discredit Facebook Hong kids production he safety vowed wholeheartedly jobs may she measures not and last apologizes unemployment asked including yesterday managed a and resurgence at but a healthcare Georgetown denies attendance the in companies University Colbert claim nineteen reduced house that event Democrats he did cases capacity not just reach have out home to already acknowledge to has American support forced approved the many situation social should a southern three trust distancing and trillion about western he the virus and demands dollar boasted governors pandemic full bill ownership cleaning to pause speaker of and felt his disinfection improv Nancy she or said reverse Pelosi series for of rights the wild most warns the economic N. and part out of Congress spaces trust re does opening canon not as respected well has make up other their a big I deals states medical full enough unconnected top authorities investment officials the Viacom my in I fighting camp say believe CBS in the I'm Washington a virus maximum one including of them of hosting the two economy so fifty NBC's I think people will you America's pay can trust an will got even me now talent bigger be sabar allowed and price fox's mag at ani the the top masked Sager Washington floor singer at made the time Donnie Washington to enjoy the panoramic views of the city of light I'm Charles the Ledesma

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US industrial production surges 5.4% in June

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last month

US industrial production surges 5.4% in June

"With the the a White French surge the virus House tourist last is pandemic trying month industry getting to in distance industrial worse itself has Congress received production after a will further its be back trade boost but in Washington adviser will it with last criticized the next partial week to reopening Dr consider Anthony a fresh the Fauci federal of Disneyland relief reserve package USA says Paris industrial today published Republicans on the production opening an opinion up have increased been piece of reluctant the top about by five Peter floor to Navarro and approve of a half the Eiffel percent more outlining Tower eight last the month ways but priorities he's disagreed that was two have the main second without shifted sections straight G. as monthly of the White virus York's gain House continues most strategic frequent and hammering communications better TV than the theme what U. S. economists chief park Alyssa resort had Senate Flores forecasted GOP cuts says Disneyland chief the peace Mitch but McConnell did parks it was not still and says go the Walt nearly he through now Disney eleven normal hopes studios clearance to percent quickly processes approve below are the a now relief February opening bill and their is level doors Navarro's which to is the before expected public opinion the first to academy alone hit a trillion four virtually months but dollars shut it off comes down as to due he closure trump to will the roll allies corona as out a result details virus in and of next the pandemic out week of however the White focusing the House the rebound movie have on been trying schools cheese in industrial to in and discredit Hong kids production safety vowed jobs may she measures not and last unemployment asked including yesterday managed a and resurgence at a healthcare Georgetown attendance in University Colbert nineteen reduced house event Democrats cases capacity just have home already to has American support forced approved many social should a southern three trust distancing and trillion about western the virus and dollar boasted governors pandemic bill cleaning to pause speaker and felt disinfection Nancy she or said reverse Pelosi for of rights the most warns the economic and part of Congress spaces trust re does opening not as respected well make up their a big I states medical full enough top authorities investment officials my in I fighting camp say believe in the I'm Washington a virus maximum one of them of the two economy so fifty I think people will you pay can trust an will even me now bigger be sabar allowed price mag at ani the top Sager Washington floor at made the time Donnie Washington to enjoy the panoramic views of the city of light I'm Charles the Ledesma

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US industrial production surges 5.4% in June

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last month

US industrial production surges 5.4% in June

"A surge last month in industrial production but will it last the federal reserve says industrial production increased about five and a half percent last month that was the second straight monthly gain and better than what economists had forecasted but it was still nearly eleven percent below the February level before the academy virtually shut down due to the corona virus however the rebound in industrial production may not last a resurgence in Colbert nineteen cases has forced many southern and western governors to pause or reverse the economic re opening up their states my camp in Washington

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80 UW students in frat houses test positive for coronavirus

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last month

80 UW students in frat houses test positive for coronavirus

"Dozens of university of Washington students have tested positive for Colbert nineteen with hundreds of results still pending the university says at least eighty students living in a dozen fraternity houses near campus have reported testing positive a university spokeswoman says more than eight hundred students have been tested since Monday an updated count is expected early next week experts say this outbreak along with cases among student athletes is what could be in store of colleges reopen in the fall university of Washington officials say they hope to have some in person classes this fall with larger classes held virtually but those plans could change based on the virus's spread I'm Mike help in

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WTOP 24 Hour News

00:25 sec | Last month

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"For us Banning American tourists is a tragedy, says this restaurant owner. That's because of a stark contrast in Corona virus cases. U. S continues to see record numbers. While most of Europe has seen a decline, well, Stephen Colbert tweets that Carl Reiner was the greatest. The list of tributes is growing by the hour after word of the comedy Legends Death at 98. Reiner spooked TV

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US home prices increase 4% in April

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

US home prices increase 4% in April

"Proof that Colbert nineteen has not been impacting real estate values the prices of homes in the U. S. xcelerated in April at a rate not seen in sixteen months according to the S. and P. CoreLogic case Shiller twenty city home price index prices increased by four percent in April their biggest gain since December twenty eighteen home sales have declined sharply for three straight months to their lowest annual pace in nearly a decade but the supply of available homes for sale also has declined compared to a year ago forcing buyers to bid up prices Phoenix posted the biggest price gains with an increase of just under nine percent my camp in Washington

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Comedy legend Carl Reiner dies at 98

Midday News

00:26 sec | Last month

Comedy legend Carl Reiner dies at 98

"The great comedy legend Carl Reiner, who has died at age 98 from Jason Alexander. Carl Reiner was comedy genius and often that genius made other funny people even funnier, but give him a stage and he could spin laughter out of any moment I watched him do it time and time again. His contributions to comedy are eternal. And a lovely man as well. All right, P. Carl Reiner. Stephen Colbert says simply. Carl Reiner was the greatest

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As MLB Season Appears To Be On, Philadelphia Phillies Dealing With More Players & Staffers Testing Positive For COVID-19

KYW 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | Last month

As MLB Season Appears To Be On, Philadelphia Phillies Dealing With More Players & Staffers Testing Positive For COVID-19

"The Philly say two more players and two additional staff members have tested positive for covert nineteen that spikes the number of total members in the Phils organization who have the virus to twelve several dozen MLB players and staff members have tested positive for the corona virus in recent days MLB ordering up all spring training sites to be closed and sanitizing personnel must test negative for Colbert nineteen before being allowed to

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“This is a critical week,” Mayor Holt says increase in COVID-19 cases may cause Oklahoma City to rethink reopening plan

Sean Hannity

00:45 sec | Last month

“This is a critical week,” Mayor Holt says increase in COVID-19 cases may cause Oklahoma City to rethink reopening plan

"A warning from Oklahoma City mayor David hold on the rising number of covert cases in the city here is Margo marrano Oklahoma City mayor David Holt says there's been a tsunami of Colbert nineteen cases among people ages eighteen to fifty and he says there's been a significant increase in the number of people hospitalized with cover nineteen we have never gotten close to overwhelming our health care system in OKC but that's right where we want to stay we are now in a zone where we need to pay very close attention each day to what is happening with hospitalizations he says young people are more likely than ever before to be carrying the virus and give it to more vulnerable people he says of the numbers don't go down hill have little choice but to roll back the city three

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"colbert" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

07:29 min | 2 months ago

"colbert" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

"Whether where you serious where you not maybe not yeah. Got It. Anyway. Have there been times, though because you just said you didn't think he went too far. When have you gone to win? Is He gone too far? And when he's going too far. Can you stop him if he's in it? Sure I have sure I can stop him. I can stop him. Can Stop matter of fact every time I've gone too far and stopped myself. Yes, is because within ten minutes of each other. My wife and John Stewart said those are the two voices don't do that. Don't do don't do that, but isn't it interesting though in the beginning I think now people are getting you, but in the beginning in the early days. Yes, early days people would come on the show and be freaked out because it would really. was they would think that you. were. Exactly but I always. Play a character on the show, but I don't want my guests to be caught off guard. They're my guests. Yes, I say to every single person I do the show and character He's an idiot. He's willfully ignorant of what you know or care about. Please honestly disabuse ignorance. Don't let me put words in your mouth and we'll have to just say. The word for word I want everybody to start from the same SPA. Okay one of the criticisms that your show receives is that it can appear cynical sometimes at your audience is I wouldn't want young impressionable people. Do you worry that you're creating a generation of cynics? I don't worry that I. Am I I would hope that I'm not, but I don't. I don't on workers I'm meet the people. And they don't seem synagogue. Show that they get that. A Game I do not believe that people are that I don't believe that people are only interested in themselves and I wouldn't want to encourage that I would want to encourage. No political engagement, because young people who purport to be wise to the ways of the world are mostly just cynical, but cynicism is not wisdom, cynicism masquerades as wisdom, but cynicism is a self-imposed blindness. You put the blinders on yourself to protect yourself from a world that you think might hurt. You were disappoint you. BE A FOOL Believe things will be good better to be hurt and so. I would hate to think that people got cynical. was really good. Choosing this is about what you feel and not what is really the fat? Not What is real truth is truth is. What you wish to be true. As opposed to what is factually accurate, and then it becomes the word of the year where the year it's. The dictionary people, Webster. It's in the American Oxford Dictionary now. I'm very very excited about it and I married an English major so I think that actually is probably sexier to her. Had six pack. ABS is that I made up a word that went in the dictionary you do. Are You surprised at? The genius behind the the idea that you play a fictional character on TV. Who has now real influence I mean like Time magazine, most influential kind of influence. Are You surprised by that? Could, you say the word genius again. Right. That's the genius of that well I. Don't know if I have influence, but you do. People say that I influence them. And if they say that then that's a legitimate thing for them to feel and that's true, but that's not my intention, and I'm completely surprised by. What is your intention I might? Intention is to make jokes that are about things that I'm interested in you. Know I, do satire I sometimes I just do silly jokes, but mostly we try to do jokes that that mean something right? That's all satire satire parody with point my point. Often is. I should not be telling you what to think. But that's what a lot of nighttime punditry is. I'm going to tell you how to think and how to feel, but in a more importantly, I'm gonNA. Tell you how to feel regardless of what you think, but in your satire satirical. Take on not telling US what the thing! You get us to think. Well, that's a that's a double gainer. But I. You get us to think while want you to I. Want you to think about what I'm talking about. Yes, but I don't don't always want you to know what I think about it. because sometimes I agree with character. And it's important to me that the audience, not no. Okay so let me get this straight. The fictional character yes colbert. Raised over a million dollars. Point four, one four real dollar. Greenbacks Baby Kate with a real SUPERPAC. Yes, I formed an actual SUPERPAC this past year. The great thing about it was that I have no plan. I just wanted to find out what was legal to do with money and politics, and it turns out almost anything legal really and every time I would be told what I was about to do is illegal. I would talk to my lawyer and he would say actually. All you have to do is file this piece of paper and you're fine. Then the network called and said, are you really forming a political action committee and I said I don't know why. Why do you need to know? And they said because if you are, that could be trouble. And I said well, then we're. Doing it! Because I love trouble. I love trouble. Especially being told that I shouldn't do by then you. Don't do it, so I found out that I could raise money and never tell anybody who where it came from. And that's what's happening right now and I would not have known that if I didn't actually try to do it, but now you've got the money I've got the money honey what you doing about half a million dollars already? Okay, because when I. Sort of ran for president in South Carolina. We ran ads in South Carolina Island Texas Yep. So. You're also bestselling author. I am again again. Your third book yes. Yes, Ma'am do these come easy for you? Oh just. Off The back of our hands, hundred sixty one shows a year two hundred and fifty pages of jokes. Let's do another. How does this come about? Though that came about because, there is a sense. Of course that America is the greatest country, and it is perfect, and you must never not be proud of it in its exceptional in its etc American exceptional nece. Time that sort of the the the right wing pundits that I that I am a shadow of the same. They say that they also say America is broken. It's going on the toilet and we have to fix it, so I thought. How can those two things exist at the same time? How can could be perfect and we must get it back on track well, it can be because America again re becoming the greatness. We never weren't exactly. Yeah. Yes, that's why it can to seems that. That's the hallmark of of the criticism of the Obama Presidency America's perfect. How how dare you ruin it the way you have? And so so the book is all about how everything in America's the greatest whether it's our jobs. Our health healthcare system. Would you not need a socialist healthcare system? You realize that, don't you? Will you realize that? Yes, I see now who's injured to cheer absolutely? Yes, absolutely, we have universal healthcare Oprah that will lead to waste and abuse, because if bone marrow transplants are paid for by the.

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"colbert" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

Radio Cherry Bombe

11:19 min | 2 months ago

"colbert" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

"By numbers concept so I signed making chiefs played for as long as I can remember and dad left? Entertain my dad. He's a self taught cooking so growing up. We had a lot of different food flown around and all these parties family parties and whatnot so I was always put on duty as a kid whether it was cheap plates or arranging a cookie platter or crew. Detaille I was always my mom's just like you can do this. I came from a very visual background. I loved photography. Videography actually studied music industry and communications in college by cheese was always kind of this love that I had on the side and so I made that chiefs played in college in two thousand thirteen as a way to document my play creations that had make with friends with we'd have wine and cheese parties and every time. I'd make a cheese plate. I realized that I built in the same order every time. And so me coming from this visual learning background I kind of blended that with a paint by numbers map like when you're a kid and instead of colors the numbers were actually items on chiefs played. So one is cheese to is me three. As produce for his crunchy Adams five as dip sixes garnish and a friend of mine. Who I worked with. When I graduated college I worked at the late. Show Stephen Colbert and a friend of mine. There was an illustrator as a hobby and she used to illustrate all these doodles for Colbert instagram. And so I asked her one day she could draw chiefs play for a tote bag that I wanted to produce and so she illustrated when my teeth plates and I was like this. Is the perfect cheese map. It's the by numbers map. So we through numbers on it and that was kind of the first iteration of it. I love that. It's so clever when you go through that instagram account. Swipe through the CAROUSEL. You just can't be struck by how clever you are to come up with that. It's so it's one of the things that's so sad and all but it's somebody like you to bring it to life. Yeah it's funny because the swipe to build which I call it kind of the carousel sleep. That was again sort of an accident because at the time she's by numbers where these maps and I was I was trying to basically the concept of cheese by numbers and having mile straight or make all these maps list put together my very first book proposal back in Jackson. Seventeen which didn't work out at the time. Tell us why it didn't work out only because it's encouraging to people because you do have a book coming out and it's it's good for folks. No I think when you hear this person has a book. This person has a book you can be like. Oh it's so discouraging but it's not just you don't just get handed a book deal. No no it is a very difficult process. At the time I was working at the late show with John Not. He's the bandleader so I was working in the music industry. Traveling a ton still doing instagram on the side. Just because it was truly a passion project of mine making cheese plates always been this way for me to decompress after a crazy workday. And it's one of those activities for me. Were time sort of slips away and it's like it just like nourishes you. I always want to write a cookbook about g slates. Because they're a so beautiful and be there's so much that goes into a cheese plate to talk about and it was twenty seventeen. I was home for Christmas break and I just had this idea for the first time in the longest time I had free time. Actually think and that would be really cool to write a book. I wonder how I could do this. And I texted a friend of mine. Who has a book out not about food at all? Just a book. In general she was the only person I knew who has a book and I asked her. Hey how do you write a book? You publish a book and she was Nice enough to kind of show me the ropes and she introduced me to her book. Agent typically how it works. It's funny because it a lot of the publishing industry really connects to the music industries. I feel like I was able to really understand kind of the process because our seventy similarities. But essentially you need a book agent who put together a proposal with you and then you pitch this out to countless publishers to hope that someone wants to sign you a book deal so she introduced me to her agent who actually lives in. Brooklyn and I met with her. I prepared this cute little like powerpoint presentation of my chiefs play. It's actually found it the other day and it's so simple and it was back when that she's played at about twenty thousand followers. She's by numbers. The instagram didn't exist yet. I didn't teach cheese class. I had barely any press and at the time I was like. Oh my gosh this agent. She's interested. I'm going to get a book deal and I was so naive to think but it was such a crazy learning curve because I spent such longtime pain together. This proposal is about twenty six twenty seven pages. We pitched it out to twenty publishers. Every single person rejected it. Oh yeah and it was like slow rejections to like at first there was like nine to and then like ten would come in. And she's like I'm so sorry. Oh the rough. The main reason was because they were like we love the concept Cheese Bhai numbers. But you don't have enough followers on instagram. And you don't have any press behind you. So how can we ensure that this? Is You know marketable and at the time. There weren't a lot of cheese plate books out on the market. There are a lot of cheese books out that really dove into cheese may gang and very into like artisanal cheese world but not so much making a cheese plate because the landscape of instagram. At the time in two thousand seventeen you did not see cheese words everywhere you looked it was just. It was a new a new idea. She's always been there but the style that I built them in. It just wasn't really a thing yet and so luckily this was just my passion project. I still had my full time job so I was disappointed but I kind of use that as fuel to keep going. I'm with strong believer that every failure comes growth and so I just kind of made the cheese by numbers. Instagram in two thousand eighteen. Just to be like you know what these publishers don't know what they're talking about. She by numbers the great concept. I'm going to make this instagram. I'll show them and then I started teaching my cheese classes as well because a big goal of mine was to make this instagram something. That's tangible something that you can do in person and do with your friends so the cheese by numbers method basically these cheese maps. My illustrator couldn't illustrate as many as I was making. So I'd send her all these photos of cheese plates and she's like whereas I have a full-time job to I can't be illustrating like five a week for you so I realized okay. Well I'm going to do this thing called Swipe to build and basically make this six step process into an easy thing that you can swipe on instagram and that kind of took over the cheese maps in a sense so because it was so much easier for me to snap six photos at them together. Put Him on Instagram Didn't have to go through the work of illustrating everything but then I put her to work with my book now because she illustrated off cheese. It's that's amazing. What a great story you know in less than three years time. You build up all those instagram accounts. You've got over four hundred thousand combined followers and you've got a book that's out right now. Yeah IT'S INSANE. It's crazy thinking back. The growth really happened once. I started putting cheese by numbers to us because I think that method really took something. I mean so many things on instagram seem so intangible in a sense because you know it's like you see this beautiful recipe year. This beautiful achieves play and you don't know where to start to build it. You're like that's just that's unobtainable as instagram. But she's by numbers takes it and breaks it down into sections. That's so easy to replicate end so I think providing the service for free for people to just you know. Here's a grocery list. This is how you build it plain simple it really resonated and in November of twenty eighteen. I got an email from the Rachel Ray Show and they reached out and they said Hey. We found cheese by numbers on instagram. We'd love to have you on the show and this is continually. I thing where people find cheese by numbers and don't know about that cheese plate and I feel like her about it. 'cause I'm like that she's plate was the original like come on back but at the same time like it's they're both me so it's the same thing so Rachel Ray was a big place to debut. And she's she's a blast. She's amazing. It was so much fun. They didn't WanNa talk about that cheese plate because it was too confusing with these two instagram's and at the time I didn't really plan on cheese by numbers being anything big because it was at about two thousand followers when they reached out then went on the show and we did a little segment together and overnight it went up to fifteen thousand followers. Says like okay? Well now I have to achieve accounts and I need to figure out how they're going to work together instead of you know having all these followers dispersed in different places go back to when you were a little kid. You said your mom would have you do these boards and she's plates because your family entertains a lot. Do you remember what your favorites were when you were little thinking back to when we had parties and started entertaining as a big sharp Cheddar Fan? I really like the sharp cheeses. Also I remember eating like this is funny but I think I was probably like twelve or thirteen. I remember eating aged Gouda and tasting that terracing crystals like the little crunch in there and thinking to myself like this cheese. I don't know what this is but this is not American. Cheese isn't so good. I mean at the time I had no idea really what it was but that like crunch I will remember forever from like twelve years old but then once I got into high school and my dad started cooking more. He works from Holloman he kind of picked up cooking as this hobby and went full on into it like making his own pasta. Just doing all these like fun. Small dishes he really introduced me to the world of artisanal cheese and so he would get mount. Tam by Calgary which is still in my favorites such like a cow's milk camber style. I have that fridge now. Actually it's amazing and then later one that it's so decadent it's basically just this. It's hard to explain but Super Super Gooey creamy cheese that we'd put on lake cracker is with fig jam and then that kind of opened up my eyes to the world of artisanal cheese and one of my very first gateway cheeses into the artisanal world in college was humbled fog which. I think is is event favourite for a lot of people absolutely? And that's my start learning. That I loved soft ripened goat cheeses so I feel like it's every every cheese that I tried opened up this whole new world of the different style I didn't even know existed because I'm not a cheese monger and I do want to i. I would love to go to like cheese monger training school eventually because I feel like I've learned just from talking cheesemongers from going to dairy farms from being around chief so much but there's just so much more to learn it's like the world of mine you know it's like there's so many different styles and history and culture that just ties into the entire cheese world. It's just fascinating to me. Have you been able to go round and visit some of the different cheesemakers?.

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"colbert" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:07 min | 4 months ago

"colbert" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"And Colbert nineteen testing but some small businesses are running out of time the government's rescue loan fund the paycheck protection program maxed out days ago A. B. C.'s Rachel Scott president trump says there is sufficient testing available now for states to begin re opening their economies Maryland's Larry Hogan among several governors who say that is not the case to say that the governors have plenty of testing and they should just get to work on testing so now we are doing our job is just absolutely Falk Hogan on CNN's state of the union it's the deadliest such attack in Canada's history a man shot and killed sixteen people in a rampage across Nova Scotia royal Canadian Mounted Police chief superintendent Chris letter says the gunman Gabriel Wortman was also killed he appears to have been wearing if not all of them up portion of a police uniform and that we believe that he was struck while he was driving a one point a markup or a vehicle that was made to look like an RCMP police cruiser a police officer among those killed bodies found at multiple locations several homes in the area set on fire two for now motive isn't known police say a man opened fire on a Dallas area transit bus before hijacking it with two people aboard leading officers on a chase that included a shoot out in which he was eventually killed and three officers suffered non life threatening wounds you're listening to ABC news and I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK California has nearly thirty one thousand cases of coronavirus one thousand one hundred fifty one deaths of more than two hundred eighty thousand Californians have been tested for covert nineteen that's according to Johns Hopkins Sacramento county is reporting nine hundred twenty five confirmed cases of coronavirus thirty four deaths as of Sunday that's an increase of one since yesterday the governor says we are beginning to see a flattening of the curve but we are not out of the woods the question is what are we gonna see those numbers start to decline on a consistent basis county reporting one hundred thirty two cases eight deaths while yolo county reports one hundred thirty seven cases and nine deaths that of one since Saturday for more on the coronavirus go to the I heart radio app and tap the podcast tab for the latest news and information I'm still for our Sekine K. F. P. H. traffic westbound he needs to get from Davis to back a bill only twelve minutes to get through that stretch he's found eighty in Sacramento to get from I. five to the cap city emergencies only take you eight minutes not seeing any delays there southbound ninety nine across yolo county pretty much wide open you should flow through in forty seven minutes he's about eighty from highway sixty five two our neighbor Nevada that's only about a sixty three minute drive so looking very good right now also looking great is southbound sixty five between Sunset Boulevard in eighty it should only take you four minutes to get through that track Alden Jacob news ninety three point.

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"colbert" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

04:16 min | 5 months ago

"colbert" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

"To a Goldfish as a prize. Two years ago a woman in Chicago is less excited that it blanked turned out to be a shark no and grew to be a foot long and kept eating all her other fish Jerrell. The goldfish was just a few inches long when the woman brought him home which is why she was concerned when just a month later. He'd become noticeably larger unlike most goldfish. Who after a month? Just become noticeably dead. Bill how did politics on our quiz? You've got four right eight more points a total of twelve and the lead to applause very much. Maybe my last time Luke Europe next fill in the blank on Wednesday. The trader can can. I just can. Can I mention one thing quickly? Which is I'm quarantine at home as we record this I've gone a little crazy. I have not been following the news but I do. Have my own bell allowed to award points to myself. No Luke I had to think about it for a second but right know sound sound effect for that can do that when you get it wrong. All Right Luke. You're up next. Fill in the blank on Wednesday. The Treasury Department announced they were extending the blank deadline by ninety days tax on Sunday the Fed announced it was cutting blank to almost zero percent interest rate right on Wednesday. The blank briefly raced all gains made during the trump administration the Dow yeah the Stock Exchange citing health concerns the US announced it would suspend the twenty twenty blank by a week. The census right after a family in England complained that the four hundred thousand dollar house they had purchased was a quota death trap the property management company sent them blank as an apology set of coffins. No they set a hot as an apology to deal with a surge online shopping blank announced plans to hire one hundred thousand new workers. Amazon right on Thursday. Elon Musk's private space company blank. Lost Falcon nine rocket during landing space. Right police in Florida have issued a wanted poster for fugitive. That's been avoiding capture for over a month asking citizens to be on the lookout for blank a flamingo a cow. The female cow has been on the Lam for over a month. It's constantly being spotted near the highway and people are concerned. She may cause an accident when asked why officers have been unable to apprehend her. The police described the cow and this is completely true as quote faster than she looks. Bill how to look doing our quiz six right twelve more points. Total of sixteen. He takes the lead all right bill. How many does MAS need to win? You need six to win all right MAS. This is further game. Fill in the blank on Monday. The DOJ announced plans to drop charges against two Russian companies central to the blank. Report Muller Right Tuesday leaders of twenty-six countries that made up the blank announced. They were temporarily closing their borders European Union. Right this week Mario Diaz Balart and Ben McAdams became the first members of Congress to test positive for blank. Carnival right see footage of a mass prison break in. Brazil showed four hundred minimum security prisoners leaving the prison while a guard blanked. Wallet Guard Pete. No he yelled. Come back on Monday. Okay out of an abundance of caution. The Vatican closed blank celebrations to the public. The Easter yes. On Sunday Bill Gates announced he was leaving the board of blank Microsoft. Write a ballet school in Washington. Who caught an employee embezzling over a million dollars said they probably should have seen it coming because blank a ballet school wash there was the guy embezzled over a million dollars. Yes should've seen it coming because blank. Because she was wearing some really nice too because she didn't hadn't come to work in a long time no because she had just gotten out of jail for embezzlement not only had the employees gone to prison for stealing eight hundred thousand dollars from her prior employer. The ballet knew about it probably from that routine interview questions. So tell me about a time. You embezzled from a previous employer. Bill did Mazda well enough to win. Well it got five right ten more points fifteen just one short of Luke who is our winter this adulation luke. I'm only sorry. There's.

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"colbert" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

07:58 min | 5 months ago

"colbert" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Number of deaths related to Colbert nineteen the total number of cases and the country rose to forty one thousand thirty five on Thursday which includes five thousand three hundred and twenty two new cases the Italian civil protection agency said at a news conference the number of deaths in Italy has reached thirty four hundred plus Italy has become the deadliest center of the Colbert nineteen out break the current number of deaths in China stands at thirty two hundred while in Italy is standing at thirty four hundred plus here in Atlanta Atlanta mayor Keisha lance bottoms our decision to close in store restaurant dining in the city will impact roughly three thousand establishments and the livelihoods of about a hundred thousand industry employees the bottoms executive order also shuttered bars and night clubs private social clubs fitness centers gyms movie theaters bowling alleys and arcades but lever restaurants with the ability to continue offering takeout and delivery a model that many who've already been moving forward to different states across the country have been doing roughly seventy to eighty percent of restaurants have already closed said Karen Braemar chief executive of the Georgia restaurant association at least thirty two states have banned in person dining as of Thursday according to the trade publication restaurant business businesses and their workers are taking it on on the nose as governments are continuing ever more stringent steps to slow the disease spread and so many of the restaurants that have closed down at but you can do some takeout orders as well let's go back to our phone lines it is a free flowing Friday and would love a hearing for view and what's on your mind and your heart let's go to Curtis in Connecticut a pleasant good morning this is my call to someone give a shout out to all the black churches note the few black churches decided to keep their doors open to serve their members you know so I wanna understand that the majority of black even Connecticut are closing their doors in there doing the services via satellite or internet yeah I like to hear you may conduct a smarter about to hear the opinions of the black creatures in autumn appeared listening bald wieder decision to close them you know if you have one or two back decided to open up and keep their doors open you know protect me for you know the seniors citizens are pretty much the main focus in on pretty much saying that the seniors choose every Sunday to come to church and for this to happen even if some of them might not even have access to the internet we don't bother to get their thoughts on why they choose to cold and that too I don't know all right well thank you so much Chris I appreciate you Hey I would love to hear from some of the patches or are closing and opening their churches on Sunday many have no other choice because of the executive orders because of the size of their memberships large social gatherings that if they cannot implement a proper social distancing a lot of churches are closing in streaming online but there may be opportunities where churches are sending out minister ministers and leaders to go into different homes in different neighborhoods many church leaders are contacting their seniors that are part of their ministry making sure they're taking care out but pastors feel free to call and let us know what's happening with your church for all four eight nine two twenty seven all three Charles in southwest Atlanta pleasant good morning good morning how you doing I'm great how about you fine art art that no single person I'm talking about the stimulus package okay they set a single persons in twelve Honda and a couples game twenty four hundred now I'm a senior citizen it's fifty five million of us what do we get active package well I will have to check into the proposal is that if you make up to seventy five thousand you can get out at twelve hundred if you make it more I want it means that the seniors get get caught up on that may be included in it but will check into that stimulus package for you and see if there's some are stipulations that target a senior community as well but if you make up to seventy five the proposal is twelve hundred dollars and if you make up to ninety nine thousand that proposal can go up to small amounts as well if you have family you make under a hundred and ninety eight thousand they will allocate five hundred dollars for every child but will check into that for you make sure we get you that right information okay okay because we would not be on the way I look at our senior senator is not working but they don't make note they only make for fifteen to twenty thousand right right right you know I'm just one and then on fixed incomes as well so we will check into that and see if there are some updates in the stimulus package and that power poles of for seniors so are they listening stay connected okay and make sure you stay healthy four oh four eight nine two twenty seven oh three Aug your hot from west in a pleasant good morning good morning are you doing I'm good how about you sure thanks if I may I commend the churches that are close closing the doors based upon the situation that exists and I think not to to bring thousands of people all over the amount that they require yes it's often about irresponsible that I wouldn't really have to question the reason why and then the only other reason I could think that you would dissipate this logical instruction if money and the bottom line is they can cash out the money or checks the money or do whatever the hell the money into the church so there's no reason for churches to put people at risk in this particular situation I think that the logic of what my good friend Gideon if you go one of the reasons why our church might do that not getting in there to you Hey remember this country there's one that heels out the baby with you this will for sure so therefore I guess he's insinuating that V. F. the pandemic or other about the virus if the if the response by god to this situation well do you know if if if they've been killing babies Erica for least a fat sixty to seventy years at a high rate well listen sent the abortion thank you James major and popular in the middle nineteen hundred or forty the fifties and sixties at our end and god decided to wait what eighty year so this particular virus at the consequence for abortion and that's not taking into consideration that they have been pandemic it was the flu in nineteen eighteen what they got punished him for them they weren't doing their portion don't make it that that that logic in religion I'm beyond the one that really needs to be checked among our people yeah that logic is not supposed to be in religion banned banned then they're fine but I don't believe that a creator based on our design intended for us not to operate off of logic and common sense you know me so when they all foreign throw illogical concept and then there is a part of the audience there okay the stock.

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"colbert" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"colbert" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"Trump learn from watching urging me is drug commercial from the nineties. I learned my old character. Is that what you mean. He could have stolen a lot of my lines. He's stolen. What was the big thing? He's we think about that. He stole the thing of the day. We actually ran a clip of me saying on the old show I think he said I don't think up here I think with my gut. He said that's what he said. I don't use my brain. I mean I use my gut and that's literally the opening of the Colbert report the very first show truth penis. I said you know there are more nerve endings in your stomach than there are in your brain now. You'RE GONNA say I look that up. That's not true and I'll say that's because you look that up in a book next time. Look that up in your gut I show and he just said that. Beautiful is a delicious idiot pretty early on pretty early on the trump administration remember Chris because Chris on a rewrite room. He's checking to see what the latest stories are. People talk about that night and he looked up to me goes. Are you sure you want to call the president of the United States an idiot. I said I'm pretty sure now down here down here so I thank you sir. I hope you feel that love. I get so excited knowing that you're out there for us. I don't WanNa get sentimental but it means so much. Oh that's nice a lot to me it. It's more fun when you do you WanNa pick somebody from the local artist. Who where would you have Mike? It's more. Where's the MIC man man next to you? Go to the man next to yes fantastic ten. He waited for applause for the Ted didn't put a lot of work into it. Stephen Placid North North Western class of eighty seven go cats wow. What is this shark tank? Sorry so what I'm wondering is in the early days of the current show when you presumably were negotiating with C._B._S.. For how political how sharp your humor was going to be able to get what was that like for you those first year or two on the first year or two it was the first six months really honest to God six months in for the first six months I didn't I'm sure what to do. I had been so political from a very subjective point of view doing this objective comedy and character her and when we first started the show we actually were pretty darn political right at the very beginning and then we went away with it. We went away from it. We're like this is too much like the old GIG. Let's go away from it and then that did not feel right either and then we were just kind of like swimming around going. Oh God we've tried to things. What do we do now and then six months end? Chris came in and goes..

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"colbert" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"colbert" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"I really really don't like they don't turn their very turn. They WanNa break them in or something. They're like duster who chairs. They're black mirror jeers. Is that aw this. There's your photo pay fast. These chairs are built for someone with a much younger but yeah my this is good good. These are not pass the chairs so I understand you're on the Paleo Diet. That's what this is all about. It's good it's good French fries Yup and Tacos all the things that caveman if he you don't think caveman would eat French fries. That's my whole thing about the Paleo Diet which is what this festival is all about is that if a caveman knew you were forgoing a croissant because you were trying to mimic him he'd kill you with a sharp and C.. Show right and take your crisan. Take Your Grisanti. This is better than anything I in all my long twenty years have no teeth beat the dates twenty. They don't flaws. We don't know we don't know. Do you floss you look like a floss or do you want an honest answer. Yeah I WanNa see you want me to beat or night. That sounds like a seven. Do I do not flaws yeah until the the night. Is there a dental hygienists in the house. My wife losses every day. I've been lying to her for thirty years big. Oh I don't I I need to I need to be a good Christian and floss <music>. Jesus wants you to floss you know that right loaves and fishes getting the guy who gets in there gotTA get in there turned water into listerine ones. We're GONNA make a lot of Jesus jokes just for us. The people going to be heavily heavily heavily religious childhoods right yeah we did. I was differ. You were Catholic and you were different and I was Catholic and you're going to hell the I forget. What is what was your extraction Evangelical Toronto? That's kind of broad though fairly Rodman who we believe is going to hell. Is that what you mean by including unique specifically ain't no I love listening to a Christian radio why because occasional oh yeah I enjoy that I remember that story the Bible and sometimes I like hearing that I'm GonNa go to hell because I'm a Catholic I enjoy it. Sometimes it's just for old time's sake I get because I grew up in South Carolina heard fairmount then yeah yeah did that fuel you like it did mean that feeling like that. You want to please the church you want to please God and then he sort of want to take that to the streets and please audiences no no. I want to please my mom on a please my mom that's where I was really getting their religion from. I wasn't getting e me too. I wasn't really getting it from Father Hopwood or waters. That's what you call it your dad breath second all father hopwood. Yes you're down pop would know my mom was the more religious one in my family to equally religious equally religious. My father was sort of intellectual Catholic. You read a lot of French Christian philosophy humanist Philosophy Jacques Maritime Liam Wa and my mother was a little more ooh little more mystical may be a little more. She say something. I'm sorry keep going no no. I'm all done no no. I don't want to talk about my mother and this is about your mother was the question did she. I said something beautiful that I actually this is Patrick Patrick Chair these here Kyrie and Kyrie Kyrie here. What kind of an accent is that O.? L. Yeah Yeah that's nice. That is nice. That's Nice Actors Studio Yeah. Can we talk to Stephen Colbert who I'm steven well. Let's talk about your mother and then we could talk about how you love to talk about them. Well your mother correct ah you will because I'm parallel one hundred percent correct you. She said something very beautiful. About how does it play out in the scope of eternity she say like if you're particularly anxious about something or you feel you've made some terrible mistake or there was some crisis in your life right now she would say well. I mean look at it in the light of eternity..

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"colbert" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"colbert" Discussed on Fresh Air

"So what will you create planet money tip number seventeen? Sometimes life is exactly like the movies. Thirty second. They said D minus. Planet money a podcast about the economy and sometimes about rocket ships. So wanna move on to your work on the late show? Stephen Colbert, where you're the bandleader and music director, you lead your band, stay human on the show, and you had to write the theme for the show. So what were what were some of the challenges of writing theme that were different from anything else you've written before? I wanted to write something that captured a theme like quality, which means you on a helmet that it that. Did it? Something that captured that humble singable quality. But also that had represented all of my not all of. But just some of the things that I love about TV music TV themes, like the sound of chords on TV, like minus seven and major seven chords on television is amazing. I mean place what you're talking about. When you hear those? Those kind of chords on TV. Welcome back. It's just like, you know. It's just something about that kind of if you have a deceptive cadence going to a major chord it. It's on TV..

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"colbert" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

StarTalk Radio

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"colbert" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

"It's a, it's a part of it, but it's not the only part. I mean the the final part of the the Christian stories, the resurrection, which is joyful. And you know, ADEMA saw how we remember. That's pretty bloody up until that point. Right for for a few days, right. All right. But you know, ADEMA saying that Huma helps us remember things and New Testament scholar said, Jesus used humor and his parables. We don't understand it because we're not in a first century Judea, Galilea NHS, but there are sort of examples. For example, he's he cracks jokes. He does. There's there's an example you're talking about how to remember things at one point with the scribes and the Pharisees says, you strain out a net and you swallow a camel, and we say, well, it's interesting, but in Aramaic, the words, right for camel and net are gum, LA and Gama. So what he's doing, he's he's doing a little pond. He's been a little word play, which would have helped people remember things in his day. So we don't understand joke. Yes. Yes. There's another time little time. We're one of the disciples, here's it's the messiah, Jesus of Nazareth, and he says, can anything good come from Nazareth? Which is a little bit of a dig basically. So there we, we don't. We don't get it because it's, you know, first college. Yeah. And so part of it is is recognizing that in these stories that we know so well is some humor and the people at in those times would have understood these things as funny and as ADEMA saying, memorable to some of the best satires when you make fun of yourself or your own your own tribe, I guess. So father, how would a Catholic gore about satirizing the Catholic church very easily. There's a lot to there's lots of laugh at and I, I mean, I think that's perfectly legitimate target. I mean, they're human organizations. We have to keep humble. And so why wouldn't you make fun of, you know, people were pump as or or stuffy, or things that we do that are crazy. So why not? Father, thank you once again for being on. Coming up. Stephen Colbert shares a hopeful reminder that knowledge is power when star talk retirees. This is star talk. Star talk from the American Museum of natural history right here in New York City. We've been discussing the intersection of science and satire with comedian, talk show, host, Stephen Colbert, check it out. So Stephen. Yeah, I'm Neil. Whatever are the challenges of politics between knowing what is true and what isn't. I think we feel that even more deeply in the sciences when you have people rising up with platform speaking objectively false things about the natural world, it's frustrating and we don't even know what to do. And I have to say, let's just fall to the bottom and then everyone figures out. How they should pay attention to knowledge. I, I don't know late in the in the process of that fall, things are broken and things are neglected. When instead things could be built, an action can be taken to prevent further damage. A report was recently published leaked actually from fifteen different federal agencies. I believe who all agree the climate change is happening faster. The effects are more profound, more media more palpable knowable. By individuals you can see it happening in your lives. It was leaked because the fear was that the president ministration would. Suppress this report. So this is the world we live in now that science has to be leaked, or we're gonna get our weather forecasts from guy wearing a trenchcoat and a shadowy. Deep throat is giving us our weather forecasts in a in a parking lot somewhere in Washington DC. You know, you know, leaking the information that is partly cloudy tomorrow, just fear of knowledge, like fear of knowing things about the world is so weak..

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"colbert" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

StarTalk Radio

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"colbert" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

"As guests, like Neil DGT even being g once in a while. Now, one thing the United States does export for better or for worse is our popular culture are pop culture and a lot of produce right here in Hollywood USA. Now, here's hoping that Stephen Colbert passion and good humor get exported right along with the memory of all these storms. Back to you nail. Sofia. I've known this for a while that one of our biggest exports is entertainment. You kind of stumble on it when you travel and you put on the TV and all the shows are like, shows you back on, but dubbed in the local language, but we don't have any of their shows dubbed in our language back here. So so there's a great a symmetry there. And so I'm just curious, how long do you think American entertainment will continue to influence the world? Well, I mean, what we see is especially with things like what we saw on the Colbert report. Right? And the daily show there are sort of versions of this everywhere. In fact, there was a total Kobe report rip off in China. It was really funny. It was almost identical. And in fact, we have these examples of satire news show similar to what we had and part of it is it's not a very expensive format and people enjoy it. But the other piece of it that we want to remember is that. Across cultures and across time. Human beings have always produced tire. 'cause it's what you do when you need to mock systems of power that are abusing their status. Right? So there's always been a need for it's always been. So for instance, Colbert reference Jonathan swift on his show, right? So they Jonathan swift. Goes to unease are. Even all and all that stuff. So, yeah, wrote over travels. Yeah. Just showing off that I, I'm later. We all knew. Okay. Thank you. So Stephen Colbert Colbert report had such a pop culture following that it reached all the way to face. Let's check it out. Dude. You got a treadmill in space. The combined operational load bearing load-bearing external resistance. Treadmill call bear the greatest. That's. I mean, that's crazy. Man. I mean, Newton take me now. I don't. I got a bust of is over. He's looking at you smiling and credible. Here's here's how it happened. Do one is that so the old show I love having things named after me because the whole show is expression of the ego of my character. Not of me. I have no ego, a humble servant. What are the great things that I could piggy Bank, my ego on his ego and I, we were on break or something like that is about to go back to work the next day. And I noticed online that NASA was having a naming contest for one of the new modules that would attached to the space station, and and I went well, surely they're not letting people just submit names. They have to be like a list of four and it's going to be like tranquility, or, you know, serenity or some nonsense like that and that, Nope, you can submit your own. So I myself the next day, I said, go vote and we beat everybody. And then as before they announced you wanna said, okay, we need to because we're not going to name the module after you. Sorry. So this is what they, I offered me. They was through an intermediary or else I would have jumped on it right away. They said, we have a water reclamation system where it reclaims the astronauts, urine, please. Urine, this is a family show urine, and then it's filtered. So it's drinkable again, and I was like, I'm in, you mean you could name the astronaut urine filtration system after me, and and then you could bring some that watered down. I can have a bourbon and astronaut p. you know, I wanna have. That's a perfect cocktail. That's the most American cocktail Kentucky bourbon astronaut pee on carve my face on mount Rushmore. And before I could say yes, they said, okay, we've run it through the higher channels and they're not gonna let you name because this is exactly why. And they said, what about a treadmill? And I said, that sounds fantastic. Of course, not the only thing the man has named after him. He's got a flavor of Ben and Jerry's ice cream. There's a bald eagle in zoo, which is, of course the symbol of show named after him, and he has a species of spider named after him..

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"colbert" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

StarTalk Radio

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"colbert" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

"MSNBC. And so what they found was that. And what is curious about this this you think, well, how could you know that? That's the only source of the news, but they correct for that, right. So one watch join Stewart in the daily show, but still consumed ten other newspapers and things and therefore Dan would give a skewed result. Yeah, you can't. That won't work for. Data. Right? So the data there was a study, for instance, in two thousand seven Pew Research study? Yes. And they put Stewart and Colbert at the top now up with like NPR. Right. So so just think about this for a minute, both Stewart and Colbert were a little freaked out. Find out that was true because it turns out they wanted to do comedy. He did not want to be the source of everyone's news. They wanted to make fun of the news and make fun of pundits and politicians. They didn't want all that pressure that wasn't what they were looking for. It was just a sign of the times I'm in that statistic because my primary source of news is through them. And if there's it's new story, that's kind of interesting then I go and dig up other sources. Well, you are exactly the story, right? Which is that people would get the hook from those shows, then they would go and start looking into it more. And that was from a satire Sam. Point of first of its kind. This is the perimeter of the comedic circle growing even further. That's why those that's really the top of the mountain top for a lot of comedians. Like for what you can do. 'cause nobody went to Rodney Dangerfield for current events. Right. Was that the news it self had gotten so ridiculous. Right? And so Cobra would make fun of the fact is specially morning news, right? They're covering, say an alligator walking down the street. No wonder people are not really learning anything. And so it turned out that the satire news was informing the public at a much higher rate and that still true, right? They really control it at some level, some of the conversation, what we try to do on our show is we're look. I'm just a comedian, right? I'm not a scientist or researcher of any kind. But what we try to do is bring and following in that mold, bring information to the audience through comedy. So we mostly go to journalists scientists and we bring them on the show, it's mixer better bid if the information you bring in current events, yes. Then people bring an awareness of it too. Yeah, you're bit. Well, the thing is people also people love to laugh and they love to learn, and they love to be informed. And so that. Temple of doing both of those things at once while you're making fun of the information answer giving it turns out to be really effective. Next in my interview with Stephen Colbert, we discover the roots of his passion for science and comedy. When star talk returns..

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"colbert" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

StarTalk Radio

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"colbert" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

"Dot org. It was then viewed hundreds of thousands of times and the media had to start to cover it, react to what people reacting to. Right, right. So that was also part it wasn't just that Colbert would do. He would impersonate pundit and get away with saying stuff that other. He did it in care. It was also that it was the beginning of this amazing relationship bears had with social media and with like fan based sort of that ongoing relationship he has with this fan, what I found so fast. Fascinating that moment as a comedian as a young comedian, I was just, you know, I was an amateur comedian at that point. I was just doing open mic and stuff, but every comedian noticed that moment open mic is walks up. Anybody walks your name is not on the marquee outside. Yeah, right. You ever have this business, you have to go up and just start reading your paper out loud. Doing that. Your name was in a schedule. So so. Everybody watch that. It was such a huge moment for comedians. Like we all noticed, holy crap. This guys doing something really different. The other shocking thing about it is that they would never book him now if they were going to if they were booking White House correspondent mean, you know if they were booking today, they would never book Stephen Colbert because they didn't the political class. And the media didn't realize the power that comedy had at that moment. It always jokes. And there is actually some debate over whether they really knew what he, you know, who is character was in, can't be clear on it. Maybe they set shop or maybe they didn't, right. But no one's admitting it since then it has thirty one EMMY nominations and nine wins, and he's got a Grammy award for Christmas comedy, album winner, Grammy for for comedy. And of course the for me, the most coveted of these awards is to body. That's the one where they. You know, didn't watching not just how popular you are kind of messaging change maker change change maker. Exactly. So so I can see why he might be influential given that exposure, but why would he be so important a comedian in your circles? I mean, he he and John Stewart, both. You know, I think as a unit that that classic our back to back, you know, really showed me as a comedian, what comedy was capable of doing comedy? Could you know 'cause there? Oh, yeah. People used to make fun of the president, you know, but it was that comedy could really speak to people intelligently with intelligence and talk about actual issues that were happening today, and I never thought about that. What you're saying is that the the, the the perimeter of what counted as important and good comedy? Yes, grew, yes. So for me, I picked up different things about it, so so there was all that what you described, but I was guest on his show multiple times and that was not unusual. I. Tists get that scientists all the both of them just do it and Stephen Colbert. And so I just thought, wow, scientists now have a voice, get an important outlet that wasn't previously accessible to them. So I asked him about this heavy presence of science on his show, shake it out. There was kind of like a scientist every week or an academic who had expertise by that had to mean unlike most talk show hosts, yes, that you valued science. I love it in the conversation. I love. I love learning come from with, where's the science come from? Was a science come from? Because you're, you're comedian, your talk show host at is not anybody's. I thought, well, listen, comedians are great deconstructionist's by nature. You take things apart this case..

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"colbert" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

StarTalk Radio

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"colbert" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

"Stephen Colbert. So let's do that. So my co host tonight comedian Adam conifer and. You are close through TV's Adam ruins everything. You always more win and things for everybody. That's what we do on the show. We tell you about the helpful truth, but that's what that's what you don't about truth. Yeah, but we'll come on, you must like, do educate. Some other people don't like to say though, is better know the truth. Okay. I agree. And also with me, joining us is Sophia McLennan, Sophia director, the center for global studies at Penn State, welcome to New York. And in particular, your author of co bears America satire and democracy. Very cool. You the right person for this show? Yes. I met Stephen Colbert back in two thousand and six as one of his first guests on the Colbert report. Wow. And so I go back and I go back and he dropped by my office recently and I had to clear up one thing. Right off the bat. Check it out. So Steve, I got to tell you something. Don't don't start something you're not gonna. Okay. Two thousand six your time. One hundred. I was one of the time. One hundred most influential people in the world in the world personally presented sixty five million people and. As math man hundred people. Six point five billion you go. Yeah. Gotcha. Sure. Two thousand seven. You were not. But I was, I remember, and I seem to remember some monologue where you accused me of taking your spot. I, I think I remember that. Yeah, I think you got a contact influence off me. You weren't that influential before you're on my show, suddenly you one of those influence your people world? Yeah, pretty shady pretty shady. Then. Then I got back on at twenty. Twelve was was the second time you were on forget. I'm sorry. I just forgot anybody else. Knows. No, yeah..

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"colbert" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"colbert" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"So if you don't agree with that outcome now this is a hard hardly a scientific poll but feel free to go to mike online dot com and vote away i'm hoping one person just kept voting i mean i it's a funny thing with people say i agree with the last caller i'm missing the point fine thank you tell me what point i'm missing sandy well i i'm not sure that i referring to the last caller the woman i'm referring to a female callers right okay anyway i just feel that we have continue to had to swallow all of the horrible negative comments that have been made about our president i can't remember that late talk show hosts that you know seems like every single night she has stephen colbert and you know after i think the second time of hearing him i said that's it i will not listen to him anymore can i i continue to just you know do what i can do and turn my tv channels off i listen to you all throughout the day from the time you get up i'm going to get out of bed i turn you all on and then when i go to it's just it's so refreshing to me to hear support of what i stand for and i just feel that we need to make an impact on the people who are throwing out negative comments we need to have a voice and i think it's totally wrong that stephen colbert is allowed to continue to you know be little our president and nothing is being done to stop but here's what where's where we might disagree somewhat i when you say nothing's being done shows like mine push back against the stephen colbert keith olbermann all the time and you know who listens to us people who are on the fence people who aren't just have not decided yet how to vote in november and they're watching our reaction sandy and a lot of people are wondering well how do republicans and conservatives feel when somebody who they support like this great tv show that came along and she sends out a stupid offensive tweet how're people going to respond to that.

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"colbert" Discussed on On The Media

On The Media

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"colbert" Discussed on On The Media

"This useful service for medical professionals like all of us radio you aspire to something greater best of luck about another honor you were the boys of the kennedy center awards and you did it unseen from a booth give me a little studio in storage room in the back of the stage have a tv monitor on a script about so thick and then the night of show everybody has to come dressed because when the show is over they turn the lobby into a giant restaurant i get to meet some people had never met before not too long ago looking for stephen colbert i won't over to stephen he says karl on your that was you introducing me i just so happen to have stephen colbert stephen colbert here just saying what everyone else is thinking all of us who loved you on npr all of us who listen for your voice every week on wait wait are so so sad sad going to go send us some limericks or something very few things rhyme with carl by the way i tried the rhyming dictionary goes carl naral and snarl you were delver rough hand when it came to a first name i gotta say when it comes to rhyming how ironic.

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"colbert" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"colbert" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"I think in now i don't know if it it was in response to it but certainly after nine eleven in the early ought s punditry and i pongy became this tremendous cash cow because the nation is whipped up into an emotional froth as it well should be an punditry harvests motion for profit i think and so the folks at the daily amount smith burke saint me like we've got to do something with you that we wanted to something that's pundit based on we think it should be you and so we started doing a commercial here called the kobe report and the daily within the daily show and it was just day an ad for show that doesn't didn't exist called the coal bearup war and i was stephen colbert some some people give you the truth some people give your opinion will he'll give you neither of reagan puerto as if the no factors that was were first came up with the no fact zone and you know kobe are it's french bitch you know it was and it was like you know don't my name of my book on this commercials like my new book don't buy this book of you don't have any ball do you have any well do iaea i do levy shown to you and we've cut me into like interviewing cotti rise gyn godley i'll give you the last word shut up your stuff like that so it really does seem like if there was one person more than anyone else who was the model it would be mr o'reilly oh yeah well he's the king like if you're gonna model punditry there were other people like erin brown in a way he is sort of in some ways the anderson cooper bright as a shiny new penny aaron brown who was like you would kind of mall over the news and.

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"colbert" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"colbert" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Because of the show had contracted with the onion to do a newscast every week and i was going to be the anchor of the onion news and we shot him we shot some of these pieces and they didn't air than ever it just didn't really work out now wow i know nothing about it so why is somebody thinking of you in this context i i'm wondering if it's because especially as you adopted this this kind of conservative persona on as quote unquote stephen colbert eu i guess by being a pretty clean cut side parted you know white bread i i am late what conservative you should use you read conservative right right i i mean i i i look establishment yes even have not conserve yes because i look establishment and so who look straight but can be funny they they recommended me i can't remember her name she was a very nice casting director at abc and so i went over there and they didn't really want me to be funny they didn't really want me funding i did to pieces and then they shot down 25 pitches in a row and so i'm like but i'll they had to pay me recall was very grateful because i could make red funeral and while i was doing that i got a call from my agent saint you want to go meet with the daily show people are looking for correspondents i'm like oh my god i'm an actor why you see why am i gonna be a correspondents like just go just meet them like this is my career now now more reporter and because i didn't know anything about the daily show as was the first year this before the first anniversary critic kilburn yeah and so i watched it the night before i went i didn't flight there is really didn't even have an audience you know it was just the studio nobody's which is in the camera you know it was like watching you know a news version of talk suit paul mike and but i went over there and of course i said i just loved it i just thought it was fantastic and they said the people there said hey so.

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