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Email Exchange Between Mark Zuckerberg and Dr. Fauci Included Trade Secrets
"Here It is right here. Here's the email from Mark Zuckerberg. To Dr Anthony Fauci. You need to date folks. March 15 2020 12 18 pm That West Coast time doesn't really matter. Probably not. He says calls him Tony. They must be buddies, Tony, not Dr Fauci. Not Anthony. Not Dr Anthony. Tony. A tone like he's gonna go over for dinner, and I'm gonna have Connolly's or something. Hey, Tony. He says. Hey, listen, it's a Zuckerberg again from Facebook doing a series of livestream Q and A's with health experts and, you know, we need some authoritative information. I'd love to have you do one of these Q and A's. He said, could be a video We put out in the harbor different thing we distribute separately. But I think it could be effective as well. Talking about authority of information from reliable sources, was anybody you know, from the Trump administration that had alternate views to Dr Fauci. Given an opportunity by Zuckerberg to I just I'm just asking a question. Again, in case you're under the mistaken miss belief here. That Chuck Todd is interested in hearing both sides are getting to the facts he's interested in protecting Protecting like a praetorian guard. Dr. Anthony Fauci is reputation because, Fauci said, a lot of things that did damage to Donald Trump. That's his only purpose. We have the email right here. And the interesting about this. They think about this email is the redaction. Interesting about this email thing about this email is what's not in this email. Zuckerberg says the Fauci get ready. He says, finally, comma. You're waiting for the rest. Well, you'll wait forever because there isn't the rest. The redactions the whole paragraph. Finally, comma redacted. There it is right
Verhaeghe paces Panthers over Red Wings, 4-1
"Carver he scored twice and Brett Connolly netted his one hundredth NHL goal as the Panthers dump the red wings for one Jennifer Hooper also talented Sergei Bobrovsky made thirty five saves in Florida's third win in a row who were those goal came just seventeen seconds into the game for Haiti in Connolly scored fifty eight seconds apart making it three nothing the Panthers moved into a first place tie with the lightning at fifty points one ahead of the hurricanes I'm Dave Ferrie
In 'Kid 90' Soleil Moon Frye opens a time capsule about being young and famous in the '90s
"Did everybody here. this thing. That punky bursts doing solar moon. Fry things that are on streaming know. What apparently today on hulu. There's something called kid ninety. It's documentary that she put together so basically it's time capsule for jax cry and so if you're a gen xer that's awesome like did this. And she's like behind the whole thing. Okay but Yeah i'll check it out. Yeah it's on hulu today. I don't know much about it but kidney had me solely moon frye punky brewster. Yeah she did marry a producer like the guy that helps put together punk. Yeah punked sorry so that kind of stuff. It says. When i started the dock it wasn't meant to be all about me. I tried to make it about everybody but me. But you're watching. I guess you see that. She really did kind of know. Who's who of young hollywood at the time like punky brewster. Leonardo dicaprio kevin connolly. Brian austin green mark. Paul goss ler johnny lewis even charlie sheen. She lost her virginity at surely shave. Now here you go at one point. She listens to a voicemail from sweet sounding mark. Wahlberg greg lucky. She remarks that she's nervous to call him back. I don't blame. Geez she was everywhere house. Oh okay you're talking about something else. Mark wal mart and the funky bunch. That's what i'm saying. Is she knew she did.
Washington, DC man arrested after avoiding traffic stop, ramming police vehicles
"Wild police chase occurred in Arlington last night. A man from the district is now in jail in Arlington County after allegedly ramming a Virginia state trooper's vehicle. State police saying a trouper trying to stop 28 41 year old Aaron Connolly, as he drove south on I 3 95 the true percent. Conley made multiple unsafe lane changes. Connolly allegedly better way, troopers say when they surrounded his car. He rammed one of their vehicles, then spent onto eighth Street and ram or state police cars, a fence and three parked vehicles before finally coming to a stop. He had to be forcibly removed
John Connolly, former Boston FBI agent, to be released from a Florida prison
"From prison for a disgraced FBI agent connected with mobster Whitey Bulger. Ask and you shall receive 80 year old John Conley requested a medical release from President Florida. Now the Florida Commission on Offender Review has said yes by a vote of 2 to 1. For years, Conley was the FBI's handler of notorious mobster Whitey Bulger, and he was convicted in 2000 and eight on charges related to the killing of world highlight President John Callahan in Fort Lauderdale. Way back in 1982. He was sentenced to 40 years in prison. That's not happening. Under the terms of his medical release, Conley is supposed to stay in a specified residents or a hospice facility. But it's not present. Carl
Imprisoned ex-FBI agent who worked with Boston mobster Whitey Bulger seeks release
"FBI agent John Connolly is asking to be released from prison on medical grounds. Connolly is serving 40 years for warning former Boston mobster Whitey Bulger that he was about to be implicated in a mob hit. Connelly will ask the Florida Commission on Offender Review Wednesday to release him, his lawyer tells The Herald is 80 year old client has melanomas and diabetes that Connolly was convicted back in 2008 of second degree murder after a mob hit man. Killed. Uh, A, um, A, uh John Callahan in Fort Lauderdale. Excuse me. Trial Evidence show, Connolly tipped a bowl jer that Kellyanne was about to implicate culture in another killing.
Imprisoned ex-FBI agent who worked with Bulger seeks release from Miami prison
"For alerting Whitey Bulger that he could be implicated in a mob murder wants to be released from prison on medical grounds. 80 year old John Connolly is serving a 40 year sentence. But we'll ask the Florida Commission on Offender Review Wednesday to release him because he has melanoma and diabetes. I'm Dan Watkins. Well, I
Panthers beat Lightning 5-2 to open 2-game set
"The Panthers beat the lightning five two to snap Tampa Bay is a six game winning streak Carter Reagan scored against his former team Frank Vatrano Alex Wennberg had one each Aaron Ekblad with a power play goal and Brett Connolly scored an empty netter Jonathan Huberdeau with this franchise best three hundredth assist Brayden point out a pair of points with two power play goals for the lightning is the first of three straight games in five nights Florida will play against the defending Stanley Cup champions I'm more in Ruston
EU places export controls on coronavirus vaccines
"Has criticized the European Union's announcement that it will bring in export controls on vaccines produced within the block. It again warned that vaccine nationalism would only prolong the pandemic. Senior wh o official, Dr Mike Ryan urged those protecting their own supplies to think of health workers around the world who may be in more need. They're right down the end of the queue right now. They're looking up to the top of the Cube on the figure at the top of the Q are fighting about where they're on the kids. I mean, that's what it looks like. Fighting over the cake when they don't even have access to the crumbs. You introduced the measure amid around with vaccine manufacturers over delivery shortfalls, But it was forced to backtrack on plans to override part of the Brexit agreement and imposed restrictions on the export of vaccines across the UK border on the island of violent after a diplomatic row. Kevin Connolly is in Brussels. The European Commission's readiness to impose border controls to restrict any flow of vaccines into Northern Ireland flew in the face of years of Brexit diplomacy, in which it claimed repeatedly that avoiding just such a hard border in Ireland was one of its key diplomatic objectives. Extraordinarily, It seems the threat to invoke legal powers in the Northern Ireland Protocol was taken without consulting the Irish government. There was talk of deep unhappiness in Dublin. It seems clear that the European Commission's anger and frustration at falling behind in the race to vaccinated populations prompted the sudden sharp escalation in what has been referred to as a vaccine war. A
Trump becomes first president to be impeached twice, as bipartisan majority charges him with inciting Capitol riot
"Is laid upon the table. President Trump has been impeached a second time over his involvement in last week's shocking riot, which has sense led to a massive security build up in DC 10. Republicans joined with Democrats to approve the article of impeachment. Incitement of insurrection and emotions are still raw. A week after the attack here at the Capitol. Are you on the side of chaos in the mob? On the side of constitutional democracy and our freedom. It's that simple. Virginia Congressman Gerry Connolly. He and other Democrats say President Trump had to be held accountable for his supporters who broke into the capital House Rules Committee chair Jim McGovern. People died. Everybody should be outraged whether you're a Democrat, a Republican. If this is not an impeachable offense, I don't know what the hell is. But Ohio Republican Jim Jordan, a supporter of the president, has this view. There's no way this helps the nation deal with the tragic and terrible events. Last week that we all condemned. The house's top Republican Kevin McCarthy, did not vote for impeachment. But says President Trump isn't without blame. These facts require immediate action. President Trump Except to share responsibility. Quell the brewing unrest. President Trump Impeached for a second
Negotiations Continue As UK And EU Prepare For A Post-Brexit World
"And the European Union have begun what could be the final day of talks on a post Brexit trade deal, with the prospect of the two sides reaching an agreement fast receding There's no sign yet that talks overnight have made progress in breaking the deadlock. Key areas of difference include fishing and how closely Britain should align with EU rules in the future. But Kevin Connolly in Brussels says today's deadline is by no means set in stone. The way the deadline was phrased was rather curious. I think they didn't say on Sunday, we will decide whether or not There's absolutely any point toe absolutely any further conversation. They said something to the effect that it will be a time when you would decide on the faith of the talks. So it's perfectly
FAA lifts grounding order on Boeing 737 Max
"The Federal Aviation Administration just clear the Boeing 7 37 Max to fly again comes Corwin reports. It's good news for the struggling airplane maker. But Many questions still remain. FAA Chief administrator Steve Dixon now has signed an order lifting the grounding and has issued an airworthiness directive detail ng software upgrades and training changes. Bowing must make Lee him group analyst Scott Hamilton says these measures will take time. Take all these 450 airplanes out of storage that they had built and start all over Washington. There are also 387 airliners that were in service that Boeing has to assist the airlines getting those back and service that's going to take a process of over two years after two deadly crashes, Boeing faced grim accusations from victim's family members, including Misha Connolly Ryan, a series of negligence and misleading acts would in an airplane manufacturing company. Specifically, these acts appear to be the result of putting profits before people's life. She spoke on the one year anniversary of the Ethiopian Airlines crash. Boeing today says in a statement it will never forget the lives lost and that the lessons learned have reshaped the company. Corwin Hate Coma
"connolly" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast
"How you doing today? Junior? I'm doing good. How are you? Good. Good. Happy Monday. Thursday is rainy day here in Dallas, Texas. Yeah, it was one of those that was it was one of those weekends. It's weird. I was actually looking forward to Monday. I was just ready for the weekend to be over. I just had so much going on and off. Oh, yeah. I can relate I was looking forward to Monday. I kind of like staying busy. Yeah hard for me like when we have three day weekends. I don't enjoy it. Typically unless I go out of town or something which of course I haven't traveled anywhere really long time. But but yeah and so speaking of traveling Autumn Connolly is not only Our Guest today the whole hour. She is actually in Fort Worth. She drove 13 hours from Phoenix at 2 starting at 2:45 a.m. On Friday Friday while I guess it's early Saturday morning. And so she's here in town. I'm going to get to see her either tonight or tomorrow and I'm so excited Autumn. Welcome. How you doing today? I'm good. I'm cold. I know right so so what's what's the weather like typically in Phoenix in the winter? Is that is that where August? What do they call them Sunbirds or you know where people go to Florida or the Phoenix or the snowbirds snowbirds? That's it's over wage. Yeah. We do have a lot of influx of people in our community during that time, but you know, I live in Patagonia. So it's a lot further south than Phoenix and it dead. Does get cold cuz I'm in the mountains, but it's mainly the coldest at night, you know, when you're all snuggled up in your house like okay, and so does it get really hot in the summer like it does I remember my former in-laws. My mother lies to say we're prisoners of the desert because yes stuck inside because of the heat right funny in the summer wage. Yeah it definitely you know, I mean Arizona definitely is hot and it's the sun, you know, there's a higher UV index out on the west coast. So Arizona falls into that higher UV index wage the sun definitely feels more glaring but again R. I live is a it's a very unique microbial ecology. So it's a little bit different. I love that about four thousand four thousand feet in elevation. And that's just, you know, without not the not the mountains in town and not the hills and then I live up on a hill and addition to that so dead. The summers are hot. I'm not I can't say they're not they're definitely in the nineties sometimes hundreds, but then it cools off at night. So you have this there's a peak time of day where you took care of the desert and and then it it cools down and again where I live I've got tall. I mean, I don't know. I don't even know how tall they are 5068 cottonwood trees and huge Cypress and huge pine trees around us. So as long as you're in the shade, I find where I live to be pretty tolerable, but I I do drive into the more populated parts of Arizona from time to time, you know, looking for a rations and it can be really hot when you get out of the car and Tucson or Phoenix or one of those other places. I mean where there's a lot more asphalt or concrete, you know, that's kind of using the sun's radiant heat to make things even hotter. Yeah birth. So I'm so glad you're in town. I'm really looking forward to seeing you and we know each other pretty well, but I don't know if you know everything about me on and we've been friends for a while. Are you want to do a job to truths and a lie with me a joke? Perfect. Junior did it? I'm curious a couple of weeks ago and it was so fun. So, okay. Let's just get started and then our show today for those of you that are wondering we're going to be talking about sad things but happy things to we're going to be talking about really healthy Halloween treats from Autumn who you know, it's just an amazing self-taught vegan chef and a Serial Gardner. She's going to take me through some really fun projects to do with your kids for Halloween and we're going to be talking about hospice because she recently started doing hospice care, which I have done in my past as well and Home Care with the prices were going to be talking about all of that. But there's a lot of Beauty in the in what we're going to talk about. She and I went over at last night and I think that you'll really enjoy our talk today. But okay, so here's my truth home. So I go I do a truth of Truth in a live. Well, you don't say which one is which we have the she's gonna have to guess which one is the lie. So just say three things and then we'll see how well Autumn knows you if she can pick out the line. Okay? Okay. Okay. I I started a dog perfume company once okay. I have one tattoo and I was threatened by the KKK. Okay, you don't have a tattoo? Okay. Yes. I do have a tattoo. I actually and it and it's a crazy story of Jack and oh my gosh, what was the name? I do. I have a tattoo machine. So surprised I have I know right cuz I'm not attending tattoos. I just feel like it would have come up. Well, it just never came up cuz it's on my hip. Okay, like in my groin area and Oliver boy who's who's a famous tattoo artist at the Elm Street Tattoo place. So my daughter we're having dinner at at night Whole Foods at True Foods. And she says Mom, it's Friday the 13. She's got her phone out. And she said let's go get a Friday the 13th tattoo together, and I'm like, are you nuts? I'm not doing that. She's like, come on Mom. It'll be so cool. It'll be a you know, real nice bonding time for us. And so make a long story short. We went down to Elm Street and we stood in line for probably two. Hours to get this Friday the 13th tattoo, which is it's the ugliest thing you've ever seen. It's way too big. I thought it was going to be teeny teeny tiny. So like, you know, like you couldn't see it if I had, you know a bathing suit on or whatever and yeah, I've thought about getting it removed many times and not but I didn't want to hurt my daughter's feelings, you know, make her feel like that wasn't a great moment for me. So yes, I do have a tattoo and yes wage. I have been threatened by the KKK. Guess was the dog perfume said no dog for a few. Okay, so that's a that's a lie. And and and but the truth the truth is that I was threatened by the KKK back when the Pizza Patron when I owned Pizza Patron co-owned it with my former husband and he and his friend Jeff sinelli were in the airport and came up with this whole thing about pizza for pesos. Oh, that's such a good idea. Do you remember that Junior in the news? It sounds familiar. Like when you said that it's a kind of bell rang a little. Well. It went it went worldwide. I'm talking the London Times I'm talking about ABC News New York calling our phone at the house. And that was just the beginning of it went on for three months. I mean The Tonight Show was talking about it everything but it was just this promotional idea that these guys came with two, you know, a marketing idea and Brilliant actually because it really got us a little too much attention and that would include the KKK threatening to burn our house down and kill us for them. Basically. They they thought it was encouraging immigration. So yeah any interesting yeah or illegal immigration I should say but but crazy right Would Crazy you have ever guessed that those three but once dumped you the most did you could you believe that I maybe could start a dog perfume company one day. Yeah. I thought that was true for sure. I thought it was funny because it would have to be some sort of like healthy perfume. You know, like yeah, you didn't include like some sort of Health buzzword to the perfume. So that's what made me think that that one was in true Jeff. And you wear perfume. I guess if you were a dog to attract other dogs, so what would be the scent like steak Yeah, they can sweet potatoes be crazy. Oh my gosh. We have a fantastic show coming up everyone. We're going to go to break more coming up with Autumn, Lee Junior and myself. You're listening to One Life radio off.
How Sabans Absence Will Affect Georgia vs. Alabama
"Bill Connolly I asked our mutual friend Spencer Hall how I should be introducing you here today Oh God. And he said very flatly. Bill is the godfather of college football analytics. So I hope you accept that title. I mean it's I'm not GonNa say it was survival of the fittest is basically I google to college football analytics in about two thousand seven and it came up with basically result. So I, started doing it. So I. I kinda one by default, but I'll take it. Bill Conley now writes about college football for ESPN. So Bill I was all set to talk to you about the rich pageantry the back story to what was GONNA be the most anticipated college football game of the year and then twenty two, thousand, eight just got in everything and so we're GonNa talk about all the non covert angles to this game. Let's talk about the pandemic stuff I because Wednesday evening. We got news that Alabama coach Nick Sabin and the school's Athletic Director Greg Byrne both tested positive for covid nineteen. So as the basic SCO, we are talking this through on Thursday afternoon. What do we know what don't we know about Sabin and how much coaching can that guy do or not do remotely. So technically know the answer to that last part the if coaches in quarantine, he cannot you call in plays to the press box he cannot communicate with the actual coach's coaching the game of via. Zoom or whatever that is the rule as it's been laid out obviously that kills any great visions of them Willingham up and down the sideline with a on a little robot thing with a monitor ipad at the top of it we don't get any of that apparently but the rules as stated for these Special Times says that you can't do that and he will not be able to communicate and the coach himself. How is he feeling a medically? Do we know anything about that Wednesday evening win the actual diagnosis was announced he said he had no symptoms and. His daughter at one point actually tweeted out she. She announced very clearly she had permission from him to tweet it out, and then he was coaching the practice via zoom and whatnot. Okay. So that is at the very least some good news in a chaotic situation. Let's get back to that many robot proposal that you had because I was Kinda. Hoping. Like Nick Sabin would just appear on a projection screen somehow. Like Zorro Don, from power rangers, we lean towards absurdity in college football that would've been the best situation, but apparently, not apparently not. But like could he theoretically text someone on staff if he doesn't like the cut of the middle linebackers footwork Jib or something like is there creative wiggle room here? In College football, there are the rules and there are other rules you can prove you broke. So if he wants to tech somebody in the booth, I'm pretty sure nobody's GonNa GonNa figure that out I don't think you have to give your cell phone up at the door maybe maybe now you do I don't know but I'm pretty sure. He could probably get in touch with somebody if he really wanted to. So we don't know how Sabin contracted the virus yet. We. Don't know who else might test positive over the next day or so but it's also not the first time. A coach had to sit out a game this season because of a positive test, I think of Mike Norval, at Florida state. So those other situations shed any light on how this one might develop. Well Yeah, I think so far if I'm not mistaken Mike novell's the only coach who had to miss a game. You're others kind of Soda speak got a little lucky less miles had minor symptoms but his team was on a bye week at Kansas when he tested positive Blake Anderson at Arkansas. State. He had a fever for a decent amount of time, but I don't think they played a game during that time. So it was basically Mike Nevada, Florida state the Way College coaching works you know Sunday through Friday is is kind of the bigger deal and then Saturday just put the boat out in the sea and see what happens. So a having a former head coach Steve Sarkissian being able to take over maybe that's worth. It really pays off because plenty of guys still have lots of experience on that staff. So, Bill do we have faith here that there is not an outbreak situation going on? Well, one thing that Alabama has going for them is that they are either the only or one of the only programs in the that that is doing daily testing. So at the very least, you know that's not a substitute for contact tracing by any means, but it kinda stops contact. If nothing else you can more quickly address in isolate and all that. But Y- Way College football has worked this fall. You know basically a team puts out a press release on on Saturday morning and we are going to be without eighteen players. Thank you and that's all we really hear about it really has been a share as little information as possible kind of situation. So. It's it's something I. Don't know what it is. It's something.
Questions remain about Trump’s health and return to the campaign trail
"The White House doctor says President Trump is no longer considered a transmission. Risto others NPR's Franco Cardona's reports on the latest update from Dr Sean Calmly, Dr Connolly says the president has met CDC criteria to end his isolation. He says the president after 10 days and symptoms first appeared has remained fever free for over 24 hours, and that there is quote no longer evidence of actively replicating virus. Dr. Connelly doesn't specify that President Trump tested negative for the virus. Doctors memo comes as the president prepares an aggressive returned to the campaign trail after having been hospitalized for the Corona virus. The president is down and most major polls and his campaign is eager to shake things up. After hosting an event at the White House. The president plans to hold rallies in the coming days in key states, including Florida, Iowa in Pennsylvania.
Trump plans return to public events after COVID diagnosis
"Will reportedly hold a campaign event outside the White House tomorrow. New York Times reports, he'll host hundreds for a rally on the South Lawn. This is something of a change in plans Last night on Fox News, he told Sean Hannity. He felt perfect and was planning events in battleground states. We want to do a rally in Florida, probably in Florida and Saturday night. Might come back and do one in Pennsylvania in the following night, and it's incredible what's going on, But I feel so good. Despite positive reports from the White House physician there have been lingering questions about the president's health. Since last week's announcement. He was infected and suffering from Kobe on Fox and friends. White House spokesman Kayleigh Mcenany, who is also infected, said adequate precautions will be taken. He's reiterated that to me that he believes that today are rather Saturday, he will be clear to go. I'll leave that to him as to how that works medically, But he assured me that their medical tests underway that will ensure that when the president backed out there, you will not be able to transmit the virus in time. The president will also make his first on camera interview appearance since his covert diagnosis tonight. He's to appear with Tucker Carlson on Fox News and ate one twist to this, Dr Marc Siegel will conduct a medical evaluation and interview with the president, even though they will be at Different remote locations. Dr. Siegel is a contributor to Fox News. He's repeatedly pushed Corona virus misinformation. During this appearances, White House position shot. Connolly has said the president has completed his course of treatment for the virus. Meantime, the
Crime Boss, James Whitey Bulger
"In the kitchen of seven ninety, nine east. Third Street in Boston Fifty Five Year Old Boston crime boss Whitey Bolger said across from John mcintire he felt nothing but hatred. He knew that McIntyre agreed to talk to the DA and there was nothing that Whitey loathed more than a rat. A cool breeze rattled the window on that day in November nineteen eighty-four McIntyre was handcuffed and chained to a chair. Whitey set his MAC ten machine pistol on the table and told him that they needed to talk. Knew, he was doomed. There was a reason why Whitey had become the kingpin of South Boston. Lording over the neighborhoods loansharking bookmaking truck hijacking and extortion rackets, and it wasn't by showing mercy. He knew that even if he was somehow able to talk his way out of the situation that was nowhere to run. By the end of his career Whitey sanctioned hits as far away as Oklahoma McIntyre. Himself had even been involved in weapons smuggling scheme into Ireland full Whitey. No less. His boss was an international criminal. The great irony of course was Whitey got away with all of his criminal enterprises because he himself was an FBI informant. Whitey had grown up in the projects with an FBI agent named John Connolly. To him. Whitey was more than just a valuable pawn in their war against the Italian mafia, and for Bolger, Connolly became his `get-out-of-jail-free card and it was connelly who gave him the tip that one of his guys McIntyre was talking of course only those in White T.'s inner circle new of his deal between Bolger and connolly besides who would suspect Whitey of talking he was the gentleman gangster who bought Turkeys for poor South Boston families on Thanksgiving, the man who was a fitness. Nut He didn't drink or smoke the same Whitey who for all of his wealth and power still drove a Chevy Malibu and lived with his mother nearly until her death in nineteen eighty. Whitey, was a Southie boy through and through no, one would accuse him of talking to the feds so why he ran southie and that meant he had all the tools in his pocket, the power of the FBI and the power to do whatever needed to be done to anyone who crossed him. In. The kitchen John mcintire shook his head apologizing over and over again he told his boss. I'm sorry. I was week white. He wasn't interested in the apologies he needed information. He turned the conversation to ask him questions about what McIntyre told the FBI. NDA and then oddly his questions shifted back towards business McIntyre was entrenched in Boston's drug trade Whitey. He had been forcing South Boston's drug dealers to pay him rent for working his streets and he wanted to make sure he was still getting his haircut McIntyre spilled everything both what he said to the feds and about the drug industry he held back nothing by the time McIntyre was done talking Whitey was satisfied. He calmed McIntyre down in assured him that they were just going to send him away. Once the heat died down, he could return to Boston somehow whites he managed to convince McIntyre to come down to the basement with him. and. Once they were downstairs white he tried to strangle McIntyre with the rope. But the rope was too thick. All it did was make McIntyre. throw-up frustrated Whitey grabbed a gun and shot him with that bullet. Whitey used his position as an informant for the FBI to kill another enforcement and the FBI had helped him do it. People like John McIntyre. What collateral damage the cost of doing business ultimately McIntyre's death meant nothing to Whitey. In fact, he went upstairs and took a nap a ritual he kept after every kill. Meanwhile, two of his henchmen buried the body
Trump, battling Covid-19, says he won't 'waste his time' taking part in virtual debate
"According to Dr Connolly. That means there would be no medical reason for the next presidential debate to not happen next Thursday night in person. This comes as the commission says that debate should be virtual, which President Trump says would be a waste of his time. CBS has been Tracy has a deeper look at how things have been in the White House since the president returned from the hospital. Those who are with him within 6 Ft of him. We're told that they are required to wear full pp either wearing gowns. They're wearing masks. They're wearing gloves. They're wearing goggles. Then there's also the people. You know those air, his those of the people that worked with him in the West Wing. But there's also the people that work in the residents. The butler's The Valet's the florist. They brought that down to a minimum. But those people who do have close contact with the president or the first lady, because keep in mind, she also has the Corona virus. They're supposed to be wearing that protective equipment as well. And back here in Massachusetts, paramedics with the mobile integrated health program are helping people right in their own homes. Including with covert testing. W
Trump free of COVID symptoms for 24 hours, says doctor
"Was in the Oval Office today, less than five days after the nation learned he tested positive for Corona virus. Reports say he was briefed on another round of pandemic stimulus and on Hurricane Delta, which is closing in on the Gulf Coast. Earlier today, the White House doctor Sean Connolly said Mr Trump has been symptom free for over 24 hour. Joining us to talk more about it, Tom how
"connolly" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast
"Welcome back. You're listening to one life radio. This is Bernadette with Rinaldo Davis and we have autumn Connolly with US continuing on we are talking about the book. Feeling is a secret by Neville Guard and that facts aren't necessarily feelings. Autumn Conley lives in the Sky Islands of Arizona with her three Kiddos in animal babies she is the creator of and bill traditional healing complete land a company dedicated to restoring microbiome health through diet autumn is also a self taught Vegan. Shaft a serial Gardner almost at a serial killer. I'm so used to saying cereal. When you say cereal, you almost always follow up with with killer but not Gardner. That's pretty funny. But she is an avid believer and teacher of the powers of Meditation Follow Autumn on Instagram at meditate with autumn, and so like I said, we're talking about facts aren't necessarily feelings. Let's continue on with this conversation about the conscious and the subconscious. So can we change your negative feelings autumn and and how do we do it best? I think the best way to do it is sort of like I, was saying earlier to sort of the first step is always awareness. So become aware of what is what it you're thinking you know so many people left the The. Thoughts in their mind just go along on notice can are are not aware of the impact they have on our lives. So the first step which is speed to notice what you're thinking and notice whether it has value or whether it It has value in the direction that you want your life to go in. So if you're say you're wanting to start a new business and you notice it a lot of the thoughts you have are contrary to that meaning. I'll I'll never be successful or I'm not talented enough to do this or I'm not smart enough to do this and you you recognize that you keep having these negative thoughts that would be something for you to write down and What I like to do is just write down each negative thoughts and the next year right? Right what I'd like that thought to be so. instead of saying I'm not smart enough to be able to do this right next to it. I I you know I am the most intelligent person and I'm. Getting anything I want and you know it seems silly. But then the next time you have no next time, your brain starts going in that direction. You'll get a little ping and it's very unusual at first. You Think, Oh, you know you have the sonics like something reminds you. This is not the thought I should be having thought I should be having is this other one and so the first time you kind of have both thoughts you have the negative thought and then you have the positive side that you throw in there really quick to try to erase the negative one and before too long. Your mind will kind of take over and as the negative thought arises, it will immediately replace it with the positive thoughts all on your own. So you don't have to go in and kind of stair step it. It does it. It does it automatically know the mind is a pretty powerful tool and once you program it to do something at generally will follow suit to it. So by programming your mind by you know written affirmation or just. The awareness of the negative thought pattern that you're having you already are making pretty substantial change and from there there are a lot of other things you can do to you continually try to change the natural course ago thinking as well. earlier you mentioned the statement I am. So how important is speaking things into existence with I am statements like I am confident I am strong I am smart I can do this. You know how important is that? I think that it's very important because a lot of a you know when you study meditation, one of the first things that you're taught about his your monkey mind and how the monkey mind is made up of eighty percent self referential thinking and that Self Referential Thinking is more often than not negative thoughts. So we're already predisposed to thinking a lot about our cell and a lot about the negative aspects of ourselves, which is unfortunate. Retraining. Your brain with these I am statements even though it seems a little bit. And Kim definitely Philly I mean, if you pull up youtube I am meditation. You get some really wacky stuff but there's always some gems in there. So. You can come up with your own. You can follow one on Youtube or you just put your headphones on and you listen to for fifteen minutes today or something, and it feels Stillie at first but it's very it's. It's very empowering once you start taking these beliefs like you just said, I am confident I have powerful I have beautiful I've amazing and where do you know most people don't speak to themselves like that most people don't have somebody in their life Other than their mother. Be To them that way you know, and so for you to spend fifteen minutes at first, it feel silly like Oh. This is ridiculous. Just stroking my ego here. But after a little bit, it feels very comforting like Oh, my goodness I've created this. This unconditional love of myself within myself what am our full feeling and to start reframing you're thinking from the from the perspective that you are wonderful powerful. You are creator you can't do anything you want, and for that to be the little pocket of intelligence that the rest of your thoughts come out of you'll start seeing a really immediate impact and a change in your positive thinking you suddenly go from being down on yourself all the time to hang full of yourself but instead appreciating yourself which you know, where's where's the harm that? No absolutely, I just love this conversation. I do I I always loved being on the air with you People are just now joining US getting in and out of their car or maybe jumping I guess they wouldn't jump on the podcast. We'll maybe in the middle of it, it's unlikely but. People getting out of their cars You know. So you said positive thinking positive. So how can we make a new pattern for our lives a positive feeling pattern? I think the best way to make a positive feeling pattern is by doing meditations and by doing meditations I mean it can be something as simple as a breathing meditation where you just sit and you focus on your breath coming and going, you can do a meditation where you sit and you focus on an affirmation similar to the ones who were just talking about and I am even something as easy as I. Am I am proud of myself, you just sit there and breathe in and have the thought I'm proud of myself breathe out how the thought I'm proud of my. And the first step always being meditation because it's not going to immediately reframe your.
"connolly" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast
"I think he out of three point or online I. IT seemed like it was in the mid mid court but oh my gosh, it was insane and I just remember when yesterday when I was watching that thinking Now, how brilliant? How brilliant it was how incredibly just exciting it was to watch and you could tell that he was visualizing and I'm sure that's what he does as well. He visualize it and created imagined it in his mind and therefore you know much more able to execute especially under that kind of pressure but you have to go back and watch the highlight reel because it's incredible I just. I had and I had to share it but but you know we can do something is. Belief. You can do something really fuels the outcome and you know the basics behind it ours it's fueling is being used your your imagination. It's your imagination fuming You're life pursuit. Then you can you know using it as a tool has a very successful way to direct your life in the way that you want it to be. Or you know your life accident accidentally in ways you don't want it to be. Yeah. Well, there you go. Yeah. I I. Love this topic though and Unfortunately we're almost done at a time but it's been fun chatting about this. It hasn't. You have a mantra like you do every week. When you come on today, it's onto Nas fifty is that how you pronounce it Yeah Yeah it's pretty close to fifty and it just essentially means that we are limitless. Can do anything that we want in life anything that we can imagine we can house or do or getting or be. Yeah limitless possibilities. Let's do it. I'm gonNA close my Eyes Right Yes everybody. Close Your eyes. Unless you're driving. I'm thin assist. The Hannah Nah. I. Kinda Day. Avenue. Hunting giant says. I'm the job pot of. I'm tired I can't retain. Caria pay tie. Ohio. Paint Job Cohen by check out he at. that. Shot. Joe By. Jan Now. Cha. Jae-ku John. CAILLEBOTTE. That's That any any. Oh My limit I have limitless possibilities as we go to break. Thank you so much autumn Connolly always a pleasure. You can find autumn at meditate with autumn at gmail.com we have Jackie Schlegel coming up. We're GONNA be talking about is the Kobe vaccines mandate coming to Texas I know I wanNA know everybody stay tuned you're listening to one life radio. Master Watch it on the news watch you're going to do. Profession. Was GonNA since only. Jim What is wrong with. Seeing on TV..
"connolly" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast
"Of like a cartoon you know somebody is endanger and trouble at cartoon or something you see their chest going up and down he's The an animal. That's being chased or Or panicking, their chest is moving, but when everybody your state of relaxation, you look at a baby sleep or you look at I'm looking at my dog mapping right now in a sunny spot and her. It's her belly that's moving up and down very slowly so to change it to change your breathing pattern to an ace, sympathetic pattern that means you're engaging your belly breath, and you're using your diaphragm and by doing that. You're combing URVA system with every single breath so. By focusing on dialogue fragment breathing, you can really lower I mean the anxiety in your entire life both what you're dealing with at that moment, but it also kind of like to think of emotions during diety, you know kind of like a a glass of water you know, and by breathing from your diaphragm by using your diaphragm to control your breath, and has belly breathing rather than chest breathing. You're basically lessening the amount of water in your glass in your Emotional Cup. You're lowering it down so that way when something anxiety provoking does happen anger provoking does happen or upsetting bad this whatever your top is is less full. With your emotions, so there's less chance of things filling out and yeah, it makes it. It makes it easier to kind of control your emotions. It creates this space between you know your reactivity. When a bad thing happens, you're able to go wait. You know I shouldn't act out at this reactive place. I should absorb it process it, and then I should make a conscious decision on what my reaction would be rather than just allowing it to be a reaction from anxiety produced bubble, and it's really believe because I go ahead. No you go ahead. It's amazing what? Oh. It's amazing all the studies that have been done on it. I mean it's like the wealth of knowledge does out there the literature, the medical studies the you know, the medical journals everything on this diet matic breathing is just like if people could be taught to do anything to better, their overall health both mental health and physical, how new spiritual hell! However you want to phrase it. It would be learning to breathe correctly. Yeah and your sexual health I'm reading. An excerpt from. The multi orgasmic man I had no idea. There was a book written in the author, the author writes learning to control ejaculation and be able to have more than one organism starts with strengthening and deepening. You're breathing. It is well-known within martial arts and meditation techniques. Breathing is the key to maintaining control over the body, but it also goes on to say that low stress increases sex drive, and the ability to even achieve interaction, and that stress as you were saying increases, sympathetic activity, making the muscles surrounding the peanuts tighter, and therefore harder it to fill up with blood, and so reduced blood flow to the penis will make it difficult or even impossible to achieve and erection. Who would've known like I? Mean I just never really thought about it, but. It's. Around how it overweight and then isn't it funny that you know you wouldn't think that anything has to do with? when you're in in the car, driving to the office in the morning and you're you know maybe stuck in traffic, and you get irritated and start breathing from your chest. You know that I would affect you know we some sort of nighttime rendezvous with your special person. You know you wouldn't put those dots together. That is that if you're constantly breathing out of your chest, your stimulating a part of your brain that says you know we're in fight mode. We're in fight mode. We're under attack. Million this reptilian part of your brain. That's going alert. Alert alert, and you know when when an animal's being a being attacked, it's not the time they think about procreating or meeting, or whatever, so it kind of shuts off everything else, but if you're the seat of relaxation, then you know you, feel perhaps a little bit more amorous physically. Yeah well it's. It's very interesting that connection to nitrous oxide, which by the way you know that's that's how the Viagra was developed and discount. It's yeah. In one thousand, nine, hundred, Eighty, eight, the Nobel Prize for medicine was awarded to three American. Researchers who showed how nitrous oxide works in the body as well as its widening effect on the blood vessels really interesting stuff, though it is and so you were talking about you know singing. Singing earlier. That's probably why singing makes you feel so good and releases endorphins right because of the thing, the diaphragm matic breathing correct. That's exactly it. It's exactly and you know you can make your own nitric oxide by breathing breathing through through your nose, rigid control breath, and in order to seeing and hold the note or sing-along note or you know. Get the tune that you want. You've gotta practice that same salad readings. The Very Europe A. Good, singing posture the same as a good meditation posture signed three with your tailbone center down and you focus your air, coming and going from place right under your ribcage and it. Singing has so many benefits to it, but really it's just it. It's not just but one of the many benefits is. Thing is that you are having you have a control breath throughout the duration of the song. If you are, you know if you're singing well or you're singing seriously, you know then you're having you control your breathing and the idea, so many people think breathing is just a natural thing. You know they don't think about their breath at all, and certainly that is the way that it should be. Unfortunately because of the way that you know, we're constantly peeing in this society, you know just a normal society. We all live in. There are these stressors that are coming at us. From the you know from the left from the right you know from our phone from our kids from our spouses from our friends, whatever our own inner intercept it's all we're always kind of being with all these stressful things, and so it's natural that our body kind of takes over and turns it into the chest breathing, but if you. If you practice the diaphragm matic reading that is the natural way that your body wants to breeze. You just have to remind you've gotTA. You've gotTA, use your diaphragm and practices breathing and remind your brain that Oh look how good it feels to breathe this way instead and your body will go. Oh, Hey, I remember that, and before you know it, you know after some conscious after some conscious practice, and you'll be breathing that way the majority of the time, and it makes a really big improvement in your overall quality of life. Yeah absolutely meditate not medicate right. We're GONNA go to. Always Gray Autumn Connolly, more coming up, everyone we're talking about a lot of different. Things are fun. Stay tuned! You're listening to one live radio..
"connolly" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast
"Run the how you doing today. I'm doing great happy. Monday to you! How are you? I'm good, you know I did a Lotta. Nothing over the weekend I. Actually I tried this this experiment because I was able to because I was alone where I didn't speak to anyone for twenty four hours. They go yeah like. It was good. It was good and you know what during that twenty four hours it's really really interesting and this might be a good time to introduce autumn Connolly. My dear friend, who's going to do the show with us today autumn how you doing? I'm good. How are you I'm good and you're you know the reason? I said this would be a good time to introduce. You is because you're a very prolific. And I found myself as I silenced myself and isolated myself that I could not stop writing. You know and I and I I. my mother used to be a writer, and I love to write, but I couldn't stop writing I. wrote an essay about what it means to be American or why I love America that I'm GonNa. Turn into. It's going to be like a it's A. It's a contest I'm GONNA. Turn it into and then. I wrote some poetry and then I just wrote some ladders to people that I tore up, threw away just to just like a clan for me and I. Know You feel the same way when you right. Don't you autumn Oh her sir. Yeah. It's a way to give the intangible some form, so it's always a nice nice release I think energetically and just symbolically. No the letters that I wrote. We're not angry ladders. They were just cleansing ladders. Event makes sense like things that that maybe you WanNa say, but you can't, but you feel them, and they're all in and the grace they're all from the state of love and grace, but I don't know. Yeah, we'll share them. Yeah, I think it's important. It's very cathartic. Don't you think both to spend time alone and to express your thoughts? Get Him Down Holy. Journal Nature so I try to journal in the evening before bed, and then journal in the morning when I wake up, and there's he. He'd probably think I have some you know some sort of personality disorder. If you read my nighttime journals versus my morning journal morning, journals are usually very grateful. New New started then. My journals are like real petty. But I way to get it out. You know rather, and you know it's like Y- a lot of the things you don't need to say them to your friends or to your family or you know he's like why bog? Anyone else down with this stuff you know, just put it out. Get it out and move on, so yeah. I yeah and we all could be petty sometimes I. It's part of I. Think the Human Experience and you have to practice. You know I read a lot of dot. com this weekend to which I think inspired me tremendous because they're. Incredibly peaceful man and actually a really good story. Maybe I'll share it a little later on about miscommunication. It was a beautiful story I've got the book right up here. We'll make Barabbas I'm not going to share it now, but It's called the art of communicating by. The National Bestseller but it's a really good book and there was a story in there. About, just a big miscommunication that ended tragically and didn't have to so communication really is the key to success and mindful communication I might add, but it's great you on the show we've. We've got so many fun things. We're GONNA talk about and one of them is erectile dysfunction. You guys out there listening guys and gals too because I it might. You might not have a penis, but It's all connected right by one. Oh my Gosh I can't believe I said the word penis on me, but you know it is. That's what you call it right, but and a lot of men suffer with erectile dysfunction. They do and This whole thing was prompted of course. Autumn and I. We really love to dig for good information that can help everyone's life, and I've been carrying around this article. I said I've been carrying around forever, but It's IT'S IT I've been carrying this round wanting to talk about it on the air for a long time, but because I do think a lot of men suffer from this issue, and it's not like a young guy. I mean an old guy thing anymore. There's because of the pressures of life and just There's just a lot of this going on. Even younger guys are affected by it, but it's A. It was a little snippet about try. Pine Bark to improve erectile erectile, function and cholesterol talk more about it in the show also gonNA. Talk about the power of nuts. Waste. Well and for matic breathing we're GONNA we're. GonNa be talking about that with autumn as well because whether you just very interesting is she is. She clearly knows a lot about this nasal breathing can boost your sex life, and correct a lot of things that that need correcting down there. But. I. Don't know where to go now. I've embarrassed my. Gosh, Take the rain here autumn. Tell us what you're gonNA. Teach today. With a little T, yeah, well, you know it's funny. Because we were talking about were discussing the topic for today. I wanted to talk about diaphragm matic. mentioned the article on erectile dysfunction that we kind of talked about off air before, and it's interesting how you know there's an immediate connection between those two, so goes back to that I pretty much always like to talk about on some you know in some form or another how your you know, your inner peace tends to affect everything, and you wouldn't necessarily think that dia fragments breathing something you know you hear talked about and singing or yoga or Or anything like that would affect a a male health issue, but it does, and it's just Kinda cool to realize how everything so interconnected that way. Yeah. No, it's. It's super interesting science and there's a lot of it my cat butters. I was wondering what is going on. I kept hearing a noise when I was talking a minute ago. Yeah noise and it was butters trying to open the door and he has entered the studio, so I've got buttering doing the show here with me today. He won't knock over. He's one of my you to. Really I love it I love it, and we're going to be doing a mantra about releasing anger the own sean t that builds up nothing, but destroys everything I love that quote I experienced it myself firsthand last week with someone with someone in my life, and my world, and so I love that we're talking about this. Because anger is such a dangerous. What would you even call it just and now in motion, but it is a dangerous emotion, but you know energy dangerous energy, but you know there's also you know. Anger also is I wanNA feel. I WanNa say a catalyst you know a lot of people do. It is dangerous, and it can destroy things and You should learn how to safely transmuted into something else at the same time. It's usually a signal that something in your life is very wrong needs to be addressed. Yeah. You said it can be a catalyst. Absolutely it could be a catalyst. I mean really the anger, and the passion is what keeps me going on the show anger in the sense. That I am so tired of the American people being lied to by these big companies, big medical, big a big You know Oh my Gosh! She gets angry I lose my mind. I lost my train of thought, but right from a big dig. Everything, you translate it. Yeah, you need it and that's what you're doing. And that's basically what the mantras about rather than just doing in your anger and letting it you know, Fester, burn burn your life down. You can take that same. You can take that same energy that same drive name force, and you can put it into something, good something or something that is productive the way to say it you do. Yeah my fire. It's totally my. That but And I I'm so glad you're doing the whole show with us today I am I can't wait to get started on some of this stuff and you guys. Really you're not gonNA. You're not gonNA WANNA. Miss It. Autumn is always full of such incredible information. We're GONNA have a lot.
"connolly" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast
"I say anybody got passing. Just look on your phone okay. All right we'll leave about the key players playing at not so we've got. The senators wrote extremely good. Oh stop it for Second Ryan at this point. In the podcast Janice Connolly Aka Barbara. Nice did one of her trademark stage dives now. It would not work very well in the audio podcast. Takes a bit of time. And there's nothing really to listen to accept extraneous sound. That's the company people like unstrung claim which hurrying to check out the podcast. The kind of thing into but we have more respect for you than that so if you wish to view the stage dive than please go to. Youtube. I'm look up herring one nine six seven and you can view that stage died in all. Its wonder and amazement. It was something to say. I can tell you. So it's worth doing but for now. Let's return to the audio podcast where visual things are not allowed to to the audio nature was was the question a remember remember there was. I can't wait audio version. Drug costs with event. The the first.
"connolly" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast
"Hey welcome this week. Where UP IN MANCHESTER? With the Amazing Janice Connolly Aka Barbara. Nice as lots of fun to be had in this one plus some visual stuff that People listening to the audio might like to check out on Youtube Channel after they have listened to it but what Come and see us live. We're doing lots more this year around the country mainly in London at the moment where the rest of square theater every Monday till April the sixth April six sold out. But there are tickets. Forever's as I speak said a couple of guests to announce that one where the Birmingham pocos festival it sold out but let me tell you. Naughty holder is going to be the guest. That's pretty exciting. And we're Norwich which is also something that we don't have any guests confirmed for that one yet we'll be at the Edinburgh fringe For the first ten days in early August if the editor fringes and cancelled by pestilence. And we'll be back at the theater in October November on Mondays. All throughout those. We've in the back of my throat with lots of the pretty edged out is fine. I want some fantastic guests are lined up in my mind and I hope they will come to. Fruition is pretty exciting lineup of series nineteen We're still watching series team at the moment which is also has a pretty exciting climate with great guests coming up so thanks for your support become a badge if you want to help us make more costs telling friends about the podcast. If you don't WanNa pay any money then they listened to it and then that will get some money as well so thanks very much. Let's sit back and enjoy. Rally Sta with.
"connolly" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast
"I think he's really clever area. He's brilliant. I want music listening to these days. Country still love contractual. I love the right Hank Williams Williams just plead his guitar his actual talk. Where was that the Martin Factory and nine hundred Pennsylvania of any? They always let me play it. Where was that for your show that you're doing the great American trail? Yeah so what. Are you doing that show just looking at stuff nice. It's lovely the let me do things like that. Yeah that's a good gig. Let's have you been anywhere that you hadn't being before that you liked. Yeah was in Virginia. The concept of family came from Petunia. Singing family yeah. I went to a good valley was lovely visited the tissue at night. It's a smashing time. I have a great time nine. And there's no script on my show. Just talk for just re up my alley and and don't do more than one TC unless there's a catastrophe including tree falls on me. Altitude takes for normally and just do one because you did a show which I really enjoy maiden Scotland Island. It's a two part thing on the BBC but after when tout some people were worried that you basically saying goodbye and then you you did a little video. Saying I'm not because I said a thing on it said I'm wasting away. A man was going to go to the Parkinson's disease. All sorts of things started to feel my hearing balance my say Philias other bits and pieces and it was like slowly dying. I mean we've been chopped off There was nothing left. I was trying to get that feeling across an fluid Sinoe Zeno was dying and had to go on Banjo and Sam Nunn Dant. We'll be peculiar. You have to be really careful will render subject because you hurt people's feelings had you mean because you'll tweaking their own fears or because you're wearing them that they are. Oh you look lovely messages from people love delays and for her out of a billion. He's this and he's not and he's this and the other funny feeling when I went on and said I'm not doing shit I've written stuff so he'll make only when you do your legal biting soon. We started our conversation conversation. I came in here. I was expecting to get here before you today. And what I was going to do was go into the toilet and change because I'd spoken look into someone told me through. They worked with you and they said Oh by the way billy and by the way they loved you and loved working with you but a said billy really doesn't like manage shorts since list. He thinks it's babyish. And all these insurance especially at this time of one day after the hottest day on record in came freely. That's just around. Maybe maybe we just in a bad mood and you just made up to be annoyed about. Maybe they made okay. I used to make up stuff and talk shows until next week. And the CEO. so-and-so and I say God he's got arms and to save inhaling his arms studies knees go to see vast talk to him. These arms C ambrose isn't it of course they would meet the guy totally baffled here is. Oh he's a fantastic. Monica Clear Cleese the Blues League. You never have before so party sang so apparently take Monica has a they continue. Jackie I Hey welcome back. podcasts Billy Connolly. See that didn't ask me to call him Sir but I thought you know. Give them a bit of night respect. I think he is the third night we've had on the podcast the first so Michael Palin seconds Phillip Pullman train It's on the PODCAST. I'm hobnobbing with the Knights of the realm. Those are the original lyrics. I think for that Song Anyway. Look I'm very grateful to billy for his time. I hope you enjoyed that conversation as much as I did Rosie Z.. We should have hope it is absolutely freezing and the sun is almost down. ooh.
"connolly" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast
"Felt tip pens okay. People use when. I say that I was in Canada Montreal and it was freezing. The went for the walk and Rian that comes to ice sutphin freezing welcome back to the tel.. After walking three blocks north. Two shocks of the Intel one was a pet store. The other one was announced shop and went to the pet store. I just for the heat to the pumps and the goldfish and all the stuff now laughed into the outdoor and of shuffling around looking at stuff and I had to buy something to make my presence acceptable sketchbook and a packet of pens and went back to my room and instead of putting not storm the boot and start fiddling around I could never draw draw in my life. I was one of the boys in the classic. Couldn't draw remain. Couldn't draw matchstick mind properly. I started to draw islands. Just islands in the sea can of abstract stripes checkers and bits and pieces doodles doodle. Soon a dead another another one. Another one I really enjoyed it and I go back home and I said to Pamela another no very good but tell me if you think they get back to those Nico on she did. She took in the definitely better. Each one gets better and better. That goes along. It's the thing so kept doing. It does Pamela psychoanalyze. Them just shakes her head. Boy Have you ever seen Vic Reeves is yes give me one. Did he gave me a yellow. Tit painted these Belgian John Brown paper as beautiful. He's so good. He came from a London exhibition is he loved it. He said good exhibitions.
"connolly" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast
"He says he knows he does. He said wonder if you could help me. I'm trying to get into a place where they look after alcoholics in Dublin won't move and we're going to need an industrial cleaner to clean up. The mass and the hose and at the moment is sitting in a puddle of Piss and unease each year in my living room. Could you talk to them. I said sure. And he said law and I said another fine-mesh you've got me into young Lafferty and he started to laugh and the two of us were screaming. We'll have to on the phone and I would imagine them sitting in a puddle of piss Laffan nicer. I remember him best. Just in hysterics. Ah The depths is worst nightmare you must have come across a few tortured souls over the years. Yes of have done it right okay. That's always the common drugs and alcohol of some genius gave away an assigned and I always felt so if it was John Martin. Jono was seemed lonely when the cliche is that. It's the tortured artist. I watched a documentary about Nick Drake and it was called a skin too few and I thought that was quite a good way of putting it the idea of just being too roar finding new Dick a really did a nice bloke. Here's a feminine guy. Yeah when I say that. They had a site tool. It was feminine gentle side. It was gonNA backing away from load noises uneven. It was a lovely guy. How did you know him? I knew those focus. Focus at the time right and Sandy Denny Band together after fair port convention. It was called after the name of a castle that merely Krino scored standen and we did a two. They were huge and all the four case. Komo everybody that John should everybody all come ruler. Note to see the Go-to me. Everybody Veterans McDowell but yeah you have a sit down and play with him yes I did it. We didn't television pleading the band joined. He played guitar did Country Blues. which alarmed from Clive Palmer members was playing dot Watson? Right right you didn't play with Nick though. Did you know it didn't did. He play with other people along. No even away right disappeared in combat. When you just off one of those guys let Ron Williamson of incredible string band? Remember speaking to people in Scotland but him and he said he turned up. Great Fifteen showed up with a guitar and see where where you plan to the different from us. These guys some of them. Just come out fully formed. Aren't they absolutely. They don't need to try but I guess I would say that you're like that with comedy though and so did you gravitate towards that because you knew that. That was the case. It was a thing that you didn't need to try too hard at that you were good at. It was more organic than Right I wanted to be Hank Williams. I wanted to sing lonesome songs it would. You rather have been a musician than a comedian. Yes no no. Yeah but then. That's a wanted. There's a penny penny soon dropped right. Never sweater was burned. Couldn't help it because you did a lot of music in the early days though Steve left the humble bums uh-huh yes and he started doing. Stand up I was still had music and in Australia. One did a GIG forgotten. Banjo forgot to put it in the boot of the car car and had to do the show with it and I liked the feeling account taken the Banjo with me. Leaving say to the stage in Falkirk one night. I decided not to take it with me. And that was the breakthrough. I'm a comedian and then I read in the paper. It was a comedian. It used to be a funny folk singer. Billy Corn Lear and then when it said Comedian Billy Connolly got done it. Yeah because it's scary not to have off with the music with a prop away. Yeah you know you've got a bit that works us right. If all goes wrong you can just do that bit when you weren't using the Banjo which you you go on stage with bits that you'd written yes right okay. No but it's a new art because some days you don't get anything coming through and and it's better to have it all works than mysterious bit that crap just to say it improvising. I've seen a lot of people people doing that. But look at me improvising. But you're boring. How would you structure a show them when you go on and think okay we'll I'll improvise a bit in the middle? The I'll close with this bit that I know that works or would you just mix it up. Just mix up because the feeling you get when you walk on is different from the feeling you had two minutes ago MHM change comes over here mental chains so more slake I would imagine being possessed lake it become a different person house in your voice. Changes slightly is to be consistent. Yeah hello how're you doing. Yeah forceful I know what I'm doing here and then you don't and you know you don't these force an begins begins to take shape people laughing at you. 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"connolly" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast
"England Norfolk to be precise you can probably hear. It is a very blustery day. Hey whoa dog. It's beautiful crazy. Big Painting clouds scudding quickly across the sky. The Sun Bright and low over to the West. We've got around one hour of daylight left before we're plunged into darkness high-velocity Sky Gulf right. Who that's better? I'm now being sheltered by I. Small would And it's a little bit less crazy here so I'm GonNa do my intro. Okay now look I know we all want to carry on thinking thing about the election results and where things are headed from now on but let me tell you a bit about podcast. Number one hundred and fourteen which features it's a conversation with the Scottish comedian actor musician and artist. Sir Billy Connolly simply facts they just very brief civilly facts because Billy has done an awful lot in his life. He was born in November. Nineteen forty two off to spending most did the sixties working as a welder in shipyards of Glasgow Billy pursued his love of folk music alongside a young Gerry Rafferty of Baker Street and stuck in the middle with you. Fame and billy played in a band with Jerry called the humble bombs in the early seventies. Billy Billy and his Banjo embraced comedy wholeheartedly. And his first comedy Album Billy Connolly live was released in nineteen seventy two in one thousand nine hundred ninety. Three one of Billy's standup shows the chew to hotel in Edry was recorded and released the following year. The album mm-hmm included billy's crucifixion routine and extended riff that recalls the last supper as a drunken night out in Glasgow. It caused also a great deal.
"connolly" Discussed on The Wolf's Den
"That's you bring up a really relevant point and so I would assume a natural guy do a podcast always like the wide and I do one earlier right right because of that. I didn't want to deal with the as right. They want to say last favors right off. I didn't want to have to go on with your mind. And here's in in the back of people's minds right so you'd like your city with somebody like he's GonNa ask me. I know how many drinks by friendships with people and I like to give you like. May you rather give of to someone then totally. That's right so I from me. What happened was when my company to grow and I said you don't have? Some people here have agreed Doug Lisa who can actually make those calls as right and I said you know what if I could actually be disconnected from nine. Am I did not want us. My connection rife to to get guests. 'cause I just don't I WANNA be that guy 'cause it also it doesn't end the only thing it just but there's another flipside people have reasons to WanNa come on your podcast doc. Right so that's argue that you're doing exactly so this may times I in the beginning I was like I didn't want to call people only a rod a good friend of mine right and I refused. I would not call him but I just don't WanNa be relationship is right friends Mike I. I never did that very so like and that guy spoke to him today with doing speaking Gig together so you points. We'll take and I think the way to do is your separate yourself. You put a professional sales person just booking booker ranking guests since people on a bash. They do that for a living that booker's right and that's how you do and also to like I think you've now built up to a point if you're not really asking favor right right right but it's also I it's become it's funny comedian. Friend of mine was like you know it's almost like a bad pick up line. It's like it's like a new. It's like the new JOE new. Yeah what do I gotTa do to get you on the podcast. So and then that goes back to our other point. It's like It's funny Bob Bob. Say and WHO's an interesting twitter. Follow always good dude for old friend of Mine Bob. Say in other news. My left nut has a podcast. It's true so but it's to the point like really what do you do. You put things together you submit and you're on the air right now you're tracking people down and also to now like on Instagram for example and I said to a guy. I had a conversation with a complete stranger on instagram. And I just said to him and like the nicest way possible. It's like if I just I mean especially through the DMZ. I get probably twenty ninety five thirty at podcast invite today and like you want to do and when they pull on your heart sectarian from Long Island Fan. And it's like you want to do favors and I and I love to do favors and I do favors. But at a certain point like I can't sit around all day long and call into different podcasts. I mean it would be hours. You know it was just so many people doing it and also to. It's fun. podcasting is fun. It's fun and it's pressure-free and also to your point which we'll talk about my edits. I do have one but like it's not like it's not live radio it's not like Oh my God there's never going to be that holy fuck. That went out for all my actually had a few people on here like that. Of course I always. I'm not going to trap me trap. You're right I'll one one guy with GRANDPA don't idiot on my pocket and he just destroyed like himself guy on he was just these moron symposia sales training and he just made a total fool of themselves. But you are you just like looking at him. Like dude stares beyond that people in the comments. It was so bad for the guy it was hit by the day to five thousand comments ends on my youtube thing and like four thousand nine hundred ninety with destroying the guy was his mother was his wife. Basically you're right. It was that he said such stupid shit and then He. He came out of being nervous trying to wanting to be an interesting gas. No just try to. He's trying to out alpha me when it wasn't trying to be an albacore and trying to just trying to fuck it interview view. Somebody like I had no agenda. Just ask you a question. Why sky-blue fucking guys? Orange mean is that that's not even the ground up and how did how did it play with the destroyed. He got this best podcast for me while I was it was my most view seven. How about this? How many reaction podcasts? Have this still happening. People actually made podcast they stopped. I might this podcast bed. What what is this? When will this do you know do we you know? And it's okay so we did so by the time this airs because this airs tomorrow. This Bob married the ripper. Magoo podcast what does that you know. That's his trademark thing. I don't know I don't know what any of his code works at the time I don't know what the fuck I don't know what he's talking about but So he had we. We had a he had locked up. Laki asked right right so ryan locked. He's coming in in the morning. I don't know I don't know what who gets it. Who got whatever? It was so in the morning thing right. Lucky he's supposed to come in at three o'clock and at my nine he cancels not great but okay we can rally right. We're getting on the phone you you know doing thing call. And everybody's calling they call right. We have some have some. This is where where I got upset. We had a few leads right. But I'm like you know before and then and and then like no. He's GonNa come back so then he reconfirms right so then we cancel our leads right and Brian's coming in an hour before the cameras everything he cancels again so now here we are sitting in the room and I said like I like I always I wanna be behind the scenes of action park media the desire to be in the chair but I was a little hot under the collar so I jumped in the seat and we did like a forty five minute. podcast like maybe be ripping and that's he deserved it but the thing is I think he was just an episode with Iran. They were Iran and this girl was driving driving beautiful. 'cause they have no money right but but so we rip rip into him. Then rip the manager. The matter she goes he's GonNa come in tomorrow and we're like the first episode. was part of it was funny. So how can strung it. Altogether we aired the whole thing homeless doing this. I don't know what the response is going to be. But it's like the first hours US destroy him the second hours coming in right so we'll see but yeah that's that was my thing is like it's not an easy right and there's a lot of people and you know to like as I've got no time is money and my time is money money and I don't mean that in a weird way but like yeah man we're here it's we're here it's a day we're here on a Friday lights cameras not just my time everybody's time and for the guy to cancel the day before and then so we rip them and then he comes into the interview and then I felt guilty because well it's true the he was good and he was genuine mike he feels bad he's embarrassed he's like trying to do the comeback so of course then I felt like shit because of all the things I said about him in the first part of the interview but then we you know we you know no no no we got on after he left and we all apologized for what we had done in the but like it's true when you put when you put a face and you know it's like he is his name he's a guest that didn't show and then he's sitting there and then you see a person that has a wife and a kid I was just like guilt rushing through my body so stephen I on the fan right I'm big on fire let's close I'll tell you a great story for the islanders you're GonNa love this story so back in like nineteen ninety seven married to the second wife one for the Memorial Rob character yet so let's listen to this you're gonNa love this Shit Okay can you tell me if it's true or not I think this is true and I am have my kids go to a school called Friends Academy in Allow Private School right I a lot millions of dollars to the school and in this one class was some really really wealthy people is myself some the sands family and then the Kumar Sanjay Kumar name ring a bell he was one of the war he was one of the gang of all he was partner yes he went to. He's got us. Okay chance they'll tell you. This story should go fudge light so owner the islanders so so anyway so my all kinds of friends like casual friends. Kids were in the same class right. That's a different kind of bonding. So now right soon events right so now I get indicted and it's a fucking disaster was all all over. The press is all set monsters just terrible. My wife does to. My wife goes to someone party. She's still my wife like eight hours. Maybe okay all right for. She ran out the door right and and she goes to this party and Sanjay Kumar there with his wife and she comes back. She was like she. Can't you be more like Sanjay. Kumar like this big copy. He's a break to fuck in law and I was like fuck you like six months later. How Berry create through the Book and Book Guy Off twelve years? I was like say eight just by Coz you never know. Fuck it island story. It's a good hours. Or you know he was one of the the they was like ownership thing he was a he was called the gang of four. There were four owners that like nobody knew on the team yet to call six people before you trade. The guy dark time but the islanders red hot right now. So let's keep it rags buddy appreciate it all right. We got Kevin Connolly superstar. GotTa get you into the into gotTa Taylor with two for the TV. Show my goodness thousand percent every loves you so it was a fan so hey good thank you thanks bye bye bye..
"connolly" Discussed on The Wolf's Den
"People that have are in the spotlight. They cannot do anything. There's always somebody. I am really careful. I gotta be careful myself out there. And although I'm lucky and exemptions opposed to Bela a little wild to your leg not your bit more a little bit more mature that you are. I don't think it would have been great for you but years ago. I mean like whatever now your act together on a day at cameras of me back in the day when I was like on loose and roll. Oh my God I mean I would would never go away right. And they're they're you know it's crazy. It's crazy and like kill Justin Bieber. I mean like have you ever seen I've ever been out and about and seen just a a guy like walk into a coffee shop with his girl to get a cup of coffee and fucking insane everywhere they go. It's not easy you you know and wears on you. And he's young. He's young is with his young wife like trying to live their life. You know it's such a hunger and a craving for that the content that is I think it's easy and cheap. And if you get the right shot like it's from it's funny for me like like the local Paparazzi guys. It's all all the same guys. Nice guys by either nice and they know that like they know who they who wants to be photographed and who does it what I photograph and and they and they also know that a photograph of me by myself isn't worth anything photograph of me and a girl so that so it's funny 'cause I almost have that understanding that that like how by myself they they will take my car my girl and they're always asked me these random questions they're trying to trap you right crazy question like what do you think of this look. Well it's funny too because TMZ whatever you say what you want. But like Harvey Levin is genius. I mean yeah you kidding what this guy's has done and he's a real. They're real news organization. I mean they're garbage. I respect Harvey. Eleven cracked reported the Michael Jackson. Death like an hour before CNN. I mean that's it's pretty hard core now that being said you know they'll get out those camera guys get out there you know you gotta be there at the airports. You gotta be ready. You got to be ready to go. They got their questions and they're ready to go one place ace and they were by house once on July fourth. 'cause I was on the beach and they're like I just made some like they're you just into one thing about North Korea and that was Oh my God and I should never ever and I had to go on back on the show the next day. I Mike yesterday all right. Oh God yeah. That's we stayed assassination squads and go fuck a couple of drinks. Yeah I always you know the best thing to do. Do like give them a little something like I remember one time Robinson Kenema the Yankee Fan Robertson Cano was like asking for some astronautical contract. DMZ Guy was like so what do you think about Robinson. Cano ask it for you. Know one hundred eighty five million dollar deal and I was like literally getting garlic. One hundred eighty five million smoking crack. I was it was a joke right the next day co God. It's so obvious that were granted they put the twist on it then. I was joking around this bill. The Headline Greinke Robbie. Yeah Right. Oh Connolly's sorry for say whatever it was but you know it's it's it's it's it's kind of it's crazy out there and it'll be interesting but also to now an interesting thing and I don't know if you find this now there's so much of it is just kind of watered down and broken up right right so it's like you don't even know where to find that stuff right. It just comes from comes from your popular page on Instagram. What's interesting by the way that the podcasting right it is that there's so much noise out there right what do you what do you think about going? You must think about this right in terms of so bob. He's doing really well right right. That's a hit right but had another one. What's the next one well? Hey cut through the noise of all the so many of them. It's true and it's like there's somebody told me there. Seven seven hundred thousand podcasts. In America right seven hundred thousand seven hundred two hundred and fifty thousand of those are like active active right right right so I always tell people when they come in and say they want to do a podcast. I give them those numbers and say why on God's Green Earth am I listening to you not you or whoever. Yeah but that's the question to pose like by. Why how what's Your Hook why? How are we going to you know promote you so I have? I have a few things coming down the pipe with like guys like Bob People that have sort of a built in audience and then I have a few projects of people that like. I think this person has the goods. I gotta help them build it. Whether it's you know. Eighty eighty seven. How come they come you know? Make the rounds. Go get him on the coming Bob they do some social stuff. You know we do the best that we can but it does take. I mean if you listen to Joe Rogan Joe Rogan. I mean he's to me like Joe's the goat he's great. He's the best. I could just listen to his interviews all day long. But you know Jerome Arolla say that I for the first three years three years in November. This is listening. Say He's down. Look it's always so you know. I deserve far from from an overnight. Success and not to mention like fear factor for all those years like. Yeah Joe Rogan's paid his dues and now we can start sitting pretty podcast but that didn't happen overnight night at ten years for him to do that so I think people come on over. I says three overnight success three years. Yeah people come. And it's like their their first podcast isn't doing numbers and you. You know it takes a little time. You're going to build it any. I wouldn't even check on. I didn't care you commit to something and it's really about for me was more by getting great guests on right content and then sledding sledding. Yeah just feeling your way through it and for me I look at podcasting as like I just believe that. In the next five years the podcasting industries look very different than it does today. I'm not sure how right but I I really believe this something. It's such a great. It's a great medium right. There's no barrier to entry. So there's like this is really a great and makes a great is also kind of makes it a bit a watered down a little bit but it also gives like one of my favorite true crime. podcast it's called true crime garage and by the way I don't know these dudes so this isn't a plug tiny. So there's it's called crime garage and it's these two dudes in in there. Say they're in Columbus Ohio or something and they they they had the garage and they made the garage studio and they sat down and they started breaking down cases and for whatever reason they hit and row. They're killing it and how they're like in big players in that space but they didn't have to come to Hollywood they. You know what I mean so it does give people a chance to sort of do it. I think the odds are the odds of slang. But these these guys are like the drinking like half the time. They're slurring disguise fucking hammered. You know they're like slurring their words but they they're they're really good you know so there's that right right so it's like these guys that like nobody ever heard of have gone and built something and then there's some of it words it's like yeah again it takes away or or people do you and I have a friend who shall remain nameless. Because he'll probably listen to this. He's got his podcast. He's a comedian but he liked dozen episode does episodes and then he goes out of town for months. It's like it's all about consistency right exactly like I told you last totally because I said hey I I wanna make sure that the holidays coming up right Avalon gone right WanNa make sure have a few in the bank here so yes. He'd be a favorite right. Like I need Joe like I need. Joe Rogan's podcast released in you count on it and it's not there at disappears you you lose interest. Consistency is a big thing. But Yeah I do. I think that they're going to Kinda. Wha Yeah I think I think it looks different. I think it looks different. I think it's bigger moneywise. I do in terms of advertising dollars. I think it's definitely it's just like on the mash up late in the advertising show. We'll talk to you about separate time because I think that's really where the big if you look back at the at other television radio it's almost at the end of the dates on advertising. Play right it's about getting attention so you can sell advertising and certain aspects of I think that really does opportunities right. I gotTa keep that pull off yet as apple. Listen it's a IT'S A it's A. It's a crazy space and I and I do. I do agree with you. I think it looks different. How again it's like? Almost anybody can do a podcast. That's right so that's good and bad it's interesting thing it's almost like the parallels not really radio because it's not because radio was controlled there's a pipe and the gatekeeper is. What people own stations? Whatever right boy the Internet it's like it's like almost like the growth of the while early days of the Internet whereas before search engines right? He didn't really know how to fucking figure. You're like I wanNA find thing you get like. We won't Google right so it's like how does well. How can you separate separate separating? Yeah guess to a certain extent like you go through when you search like. I don't know somebody's. Somebody's actively trying to figure that out right now but I'm sure it's a big space so we'll say for me what I do is I try to like put enough on my instagram and other channels. So they can get little snippets of it and see if it's for them or not. I will say that was the one thing moving into the space that I misjudged and I see that you do a great job of and you know that was truthfully thing I learned for menories like that part of it is big like I. I've seen podcast and I'm thinking about getting in quality sound and that's it you know I'm not thinking about social media clips huge each and youtube and like the shooting and the cameras and all that kind of stuff I had to learn it pretty quick but I realize what an important part of the I resisted it for a long time by own detriment. I made a big at finally really got. My son is younger right. So that you've got onto this phrase you should have had thirty million followers by now and you have like two thousand because I refused the Post Mar- rows I'm I'm real names aren't right now about the million follows which is great and I noticed by the way a a huge uptick in my whole business because of that. Yeah I mean listen even and just from me like I see your social media right and then I go. Yeah says makes it relevant people. I guess to me was like I was like. Why would I the thing I really struggle with is like posting my personal life? I don't WanNa be that guy like a walking looking into the virgin. What some enough of peppered in with my real concept of learning and stuff people want to be is the feel connected like Bob by the way something about Bob when I watch stuff I feel like I'm connected to Bob Right? And that's what he does really really well. And he's he's he's a master of of of engaging with his audience again. Like I'll I'll look at Bob and he'll make help host and and there'll be a bunch of comments and he responds to come so is he's engaged with fans and then then he gained that then. That fan is more of a fan. Yeah because they they have a short head. Exactly here's my question to you how do you feel With regards to like like the guest thing like today you know You're like you say you like. Hey what did and I'm here. We are right but do you get the guest thing give you certain amount of anxiety getting. I guess. That's why I didn't do until the so..
"connolly" Discussed on The Wolf's Den
"You come home with a black eye and it's like it's the I was reading an article. I think six people died in strangely like the wave. poway wave pool is very dangerous. I mean now a hand job in that way fucking best. Glad I could take go for a swim in yeah. I don't think I released. I'm respectful very kind of you. WanNa highlight lease but one of my hobbies. It's my young life. was that fucking hand. Japan especially wave is my younger sister. So it's nice most shirt. He loved that as well as well. I Cindy I know suit that. She's probably watching right now. So yeah no I actually Park Day was just like I don't know it just I thought I had a good ring to it and I didn't think it puts because it's not just sports it's sports entertainment. I'm going to be true crime guy so it's really just sort of like name that popped into my head. I went with it and it's it's been more work. I will admit more work than always would've been dissipated but I guess very easy right. Everybody will hold. The whole world is trying to sup- people like I don't personally have podcast. I'm just trying to bring a I slate of podcasts. Together and then nine. I'm learning about selling the advertising and it's just it's just fun to learn new. Yes yeah so. So the guy who's really dum. Great is Bob Mentoring and I love. I Love Bama Fanta. Had A bob on his podcast. Really really yes yes he was online. He's hysterical great guys. How did that happen Jim? You saw Bob Walk Walk by now. It seems like you're a fucking gene right. I didn't know out of your mind would just I don't understand this is going to be sky is going to be your opener like sure. Sure that makes sense and I was like I I I just do. I don't know why just had I I. It's funny. I met him at goal. which is the funny part? Yeah I met adamant at the sports bar he was. They're having a drink with his girlfriend and he was like. Hey you know a fan of the show and we Kinda Kinda chat news like what's going on. I was telling him about the studio. Because at that point I was had started building out the action park media and I was like hey man you should do a podcast again. You know working on a couple of stuff and S- it's after a long. It's funny too because Bob Smart Business guy so it was like Nelly for a guy. You hadn't done anything now I am down was was was pretty hard but we We got it the together other. And you know his podcast is like the number one. Sports podcasts in the world is stunned ten episodes. It's it's fun and it's interesting and you know he's a wild wildcard. Which is why people tune in? You don't know what's GONNA happen coming out of his mouth you know so. It's fun also to think about Bob. One credit the BOB is. He's a master stor. He knows how to promote funny. He's like he's a marketing guy too. So he'll look at an episode and go. I know how to market this episode. You're and that's also oh you can deny your involvement in your ability to get great. No I did come on. I'm in other words. I'm a big fan of bottle of MIT great guy. A and I would help me anyway. He ever needed help. Because I think I'm I'm on his team But you were instrumental and also bring guests on. I got you if exactly you and and and by the way I'm not just saying that because it but that was beget for us right. You know what I mean. Because it's Bob Audience. They want to hear about you know people a there. Bob Is true through. Its Bob's big second chance. He's about the second chance thing like I love the second chance. Let's talk about why you needed this chance. That's assault bay and so the 'til listen the to you guys. I was sitting in the booth and land on like Oh my God comedy is going to be over before it starts and then a shot to the top and the funniest thing was is like the the question. The question was the most money ever spent on a hooker. Right and like I said only get true. DEGENERATES WOULD WANNA really right at another degenerate. That would WanNa know the answer to that. Question was a casino chips. That's also the best editor evert because I'm talking about casino chips like that's the problem. I have with gambling. Why don't you like gambling? Real feel real by had five thousand dollars in one hundred dollar bills in my pocket but all of a sudden you have a chance. Is this one one chip right. But it's not one check you know so it's funny that you said that. What's your What's your plans now with the podcast company? Just get your still feeling wait three weeks. I mean we're we're building building building the slate but I want to eventually move into original content. You know this might be a couple years down the road but eventually I wanna be I WANNA do original television content. You WanNa do because now you can stream if you can. I mean it's crazy right it re it really is Your hardest second in writing or artists market out there to be able to go out and do whatever the fuck you want really almost that you can prove out stuff online very little cost than if it actually hits that you can right. That's the other thing about the podcast. And Okay for Wolf of Wall Street for example so terry winter gets paid all that money he not he happened to knock that one out of the park and like you said the first draft is ready to go where a lot of times people spend millions of dollars on scripts and they just don't get there right so podcast broadcast is a good way to develop Ip. See what your audience is i. There's a lot of hidden it's not always necessarily just yelling into a microphone. There's other plays as we would development of intellectual property and whatnot. Yeah what do you think the In terms of Hollywood right now. Do you see that. You think it's going to go go towards like this is just two schools. The two types of shows like release all at once and binge it versus the weekly series. What the you prefer I prefer to binge it at once and then after I binge it? I wish I didn't so so have if you get the pop up narcos season two and it's there you're like holy fuck and he's got a whole season is there. What do I do? Cancel everything right and then you watch you rip through it and in two days he rip through it. And you're like wow I kinda wish I could go back and see that again for the first time so me personally. I prefer the bench but I think now they're even starting to do a little bit somewhere in the middle exact so apple. She asks for exactly that was they. Did the first three episodes release of the first two right and I think that's I think that's a very fair compromise that way you can get your. Yeah you want to be a lunatic. He added four hours of TV. You know go for it what do you think about them. about HP HBO Right. I'm do you wash a bunch of the show. Do you watch the watchman you know. I I've given. I'm one of those people I it's it's really just gotTa Grab Me Early Kentucky figure it and sometimes people will tell me like you gotta hang on. Hang on like okay so it really is you know like HBO HBO. They're they're they're on another level. I mean game of thrones. He's wanted the war. What do you think is HBO series? But I think I think it's like you're you're that I think your dream date right so you get your script and you're like wow I love this show and the first words that are going to come out of your mouth they're going to be. HBO Correct. That doesn't mean there's not a million other. Showtime is fantastic. Netflix fucking Irishman Scorsese's. Next movie is on netflix movie. Ah Incomprehensible but on Thursday night after I eat my Turkey. Guess what. I'm doing whole family getting on that couch. And we're GONNA watch fucking Irishman like people like Don mcgahn. Wait until Thanksgiving but to be able to you know Yeah this is. There's there's a lot of high end places but somehow some way. Hbo Always the first words that slip out of people's mouth. You know yeah it's funny. Netflix is up all right well. They're very they're very artist-friendly. Only yeah look you know here go dating. They put their trust in the creatives. And you know when it hits it hits it smart all right. Let's hear about. You must have a couple of really just insane crazy Hollywood stories from your time during entourage giving give me the. Let's the former part of the podcast right now. Okay well now we're GONNA. We want the audio portion guys sheds with your friends is fucking awesome. I'm I'm a huge fan of Kevin's been great now. But we're going to audio so you can find it on spotify I tunes wherever else. Now we're GONNA get into audio. Oughta go to audio right now so it could really get down and dirty. So what's the advice as you say by anything that you say that you don't want me to don't we will edited okay so you open federal wild and then you can say not too much fair enough okay. What listen you know? I think it was it was just it. It was just crazy. It was a crazy time to be on on going on. No no no no no no no I know what I wanNA hear. Okay I was GONNA say 'cause I'm trying to honestly honestly like I want to hear the story which I don't know what that what it. Which one is that? What what what do you what do you think about it? You Punch Punch out the guy I want to get. That was how is is a really long story by the way I was looking. I couldn't breathe but I tell you know I mean listen we used to you know also also too also not the other day about like being a character on. TV show is like people do feel that they know you come into their home right right so it's a little bit like He. You Know Like Aka. But I'm still fucking time 35-year-old-man 'cause I'm like on E. Entre doesn't mean you can put me in a headlock and give me a Nogi in a club because he thinks that you know me. That's what they do they take. They take physical liberties with you know like they know you. I know I get it you know and you know when you got a couple of a couple of during steep yourself. You're like whatever but I you know that that are some of the bad mistakes I've made have been just been to being too reactionary based on Based on that stuff. So you know we had some. We had a few doozy's and and honestly even before entourage like in those early days of like There was no internet right. If like if you got phone if you guys well yeah I mean if you got popped. They wrote something bad about you on us weekly like that was like thank. Come and go. That was the disaster and it was gone in a week now. The Shit goes viral fever and it stays there forever. So it's like you know you know you gotta give credit to some of these some of these younger anger..
"connolly" Discussed on The Grove Podcast
"I believe that was a thing and I would have these kind of long conversations with God anyways just a really different different kind of vibe than a lot of now what I realized you know a lot of people meet God and and so I felt really trapped. I felt really trapped by. Hi My own inadequacy by my own sin and my own proclivities even as a fifteen year old I just knew I was really prone to addiction. I could feel that in me. I saw it in my life I knew that I really struggled with the approval of others wanting approval from people And so to be honest for me when I met. Jesus everything shifted in my soul. My desires My affection for him my my belief in him my ability to trust him but I did not immediately feel free and all of those areas and that took some wrestling. That's a lot of wrestling with like what's wrong with me because I don't I still feel trapped and contain and chain to a lot of these things wanting other people to like me or you a literal addictions And it took years and years and years for me to realize that the first step experiencing freedom John was to let a lot of that. Hit the light You know to just bring it into the. Yeah just let the light headed. I struggled with mental illness and Actually actually in my in my late teens had two suicide attempts And never once I met my husband started dating him never told him any of that and so I was maybe twenty four with three small kids when I came to him and said hey my bad day is is not like a normal a person's bad day and I need to tell you now about all this stuff that's in my past and in my present and it was so painful and hard to let that hit the light. Yeah With this person I love so much that I wanted to see me as Good and hole wall and put together and So for me. Freedom usually looks like he's got hit the light. Yeah it's gotTa hit the air and now by God's grace God's brought so many areas he's brought healing to so many different areas. My Mental Health The different addictions and afflictions. I was struggling with but now the cycle still lives there right like feel shame. Feel chain to something that isn't guide side. Want to hide it. It has the light but now I've realized that cycle can go a lot quicker. It give me an hour long long process and not an eight year long process. Yeah I can feel tempted towards something. That is dark. I can even now really usually perceive the possibility to give my affection or my attention and my time or my devotion to that thing and then I can feel field this thrill of freedom. Yeah when I confess it to God and then to humans because the enemy wants you to hide that he wants us to be by ourselves and not let the light in the curtain drawn right and so like really practically. I think women here that and they're like how do you do that is is that for you. How do you bring it into light? Do you say it out loud. You confess it to a friend practically. What does that process look like for you so that it doesn't last years? Yeah Number One. I think it's interesting where we're in. Such a beautiful season of vulnerability transparency and people and people leading adding things out. And it's so good I I I can get a little crazy and passionate and WANNA scream. When I don't hear people acknowledge confessing to God? God I so I have to say like I mean I. I've gotTa Tell God and you know here's how we know when someone's confessing to a human and not to God is they. Don't experience release relief. That's good they feel exposed they feel insecure about the thing extremely so or they don't feel the relief in the freedom from just investing in that usually means we haven't got said like. Hey I gotta be honest with you. I'm sorry repenting. Three nineteen and three twenty says that repentance brings refreshment And I truly believe that I truly believe just saying to God like I'm sorry i. He said that thing I did that thing. I wanted to say that thing. I wanted to do that thing. I'm sorry everything changes. Yeah you know everything shifts so I think number for one like just confessing to God. It's as simple as that GONNA walk around your block and say hey I wanted to do this thing and I'm really sorry But then yeah I think just telling a human uh-huh and so I mean practically let's be super practical Two weeks ago I said my husband Hey I'm having a hard time with net flicks like don't don't laugh at home. I'm trying to give you like a calm one. You belong out but I need some accountability and we gotta talk about it and he was like. Yeah Yeah I don't want you to miss your life like I don't want you to know mount And I was like okay. Can we make a plan together. You know or going to a friend and saying like hey I want you to know very talk to God about this but I need to tell another human. I'm struggling with some feelings of insecurity purity And I don't want that to hold back. Yeah Hey I'm tempted to commit this and I'm tempted to step my foot in this into this water of love rebellion or You know to Wade back into this. This land of bondage Gods set me free item. Yeah because I think sometimes we do we say it to a friend but I think even as the friend we need to be quick to say back to the person. And let's pray about that right now or have you prayed about like push them towards that step don't just absorb it for him or Because I think in some ways it can just become come this glorified or it feels like a like button pressing the heart out instagram of like. Well I did it. I said it right but really confess it right move towards the freedom right take a step towards freedom. There's an action in that because the work gets done with God the work gets done with God and the thing about the confession is that number one. It brings accountability and it brings some power to what we're trying to move forward and like. Hey will you watch with me. Will you pray with me about this. It's humble bullets beautiful but we're also inviting people to share in the future freedom that we're going to experience I K- when I when this is over you're when I'm experiencing you know the abundance of having been obedient in this area. I want you to celebrate with me. I want to celebrate with me. Yeah so but the work gets done with God. Yeah and and we know that because then even after we confess it. Let's say it's something we're wanting to do or not do participate in it's just us in God In in the quiet moments of obedience. It's just God saying like I believe that your power is in B. Believe that you will hold me in this moment. I think you're better than whatever this thing is that I am tempted to be united with. I believe you're better. I believe your presence is better. I believe I believe you're good. I believe all the things that are true about you. happens just with us in him. Yeah I love that so much. That's so encouraging Eh. It's just very practical even just living out today. Yeah because we all need we need to take that set. Yeah Towards Freedom and I love that once we are free and we're walking out. These beautiful lives that God wants and desires for us to have. It's not just for own consumption. Option that at the end of the day our lives are to be given away and we call that shade. Yeah in I think you do a beautiful job giving your life away and that looks a lot of different ways. It's as a mom The minute you wake up you're giving your life away van feed and clothe and get your kids ready for school in your home schooling right now as well. We could do a whole podcast on that. One Yeah We talk about that like the outward expression of our faith not just being consumers as of all this but literally giving away and being a safe place for people to come to and to find shade. Yeah I don't understand a lot about science and math that's not in my area forte but I made it right schooling I know everything there is to know about sixth grade science right now I just I. I'm I'm a year winning. I'm a genius. If you WANNA know anything about clouds. Our weather patterns For Real I don't know a lot about math and science but I know that God made it all and I know that he's he's while he's mysterious and big and wild he's also logical and so I think about shade. I think about this idea of giving what we've got the same way I think about our bodies and the way he's created our bodies and if you eat a lot and you consume a a lot and you do not move you will not be healthy. Yeah he's a great and straight word pick just putting it in and you don't put any caloric energy out you are not healthy and Again I want to say my favorite thing about about the pillars of the Grove is that they're all meant to happen at all times. Yeah and we've got a generation of women believing that there is going to be a future season where they're we're GONNA use what they've been given and they were never meant to sit and wait and don yeah We are meant to as soon as we meet Jesus step into our ambassadorship in his kingdom. Yeah there's I don't know where it came from but it it feels real that so many women are walking around now believing that there's a hierarchy in the Kingdom of Guide and that almost like there's a pattern pattern to how it's supposed to go down you're supposed to like come in and hang out in the back and sweep for a few years to earn your keep and then like sit very quietly tightly and watch other people and just consume consume consume from the people on the stage. And maybe eventually like you'll get called up and you'll get to do that. And and and that's a pattern of this world and that's on a pattern of this kingdom on an so number one in case one's ever told you you're not supposed to hang Out in the back of the room when God called you into the Kingdom when he uniquely picked you at just the right time before you would have chosen him he didn't and just to call you To hang out and sweep in the back he called you a co heir of criteria A friend of God odd and an ambassador and there is no waiting period in the kingdom. As soon as you know him you get to tell other people about about him and the other thing. That's dangerous about this pattern of US believing that you know we like wait our turn. Wait our turn turn turn to us. Our gifts is that we begin to to put some false realities and false expectations and false ideal ideas on what it will look like when we use our gifts. Yes so we think it always is GonNa look like a stage. We think it's always gonNA look really bigger exciting or tidy even and what you and and I know both and what we are uniquely equipped to say. I WanNa say this because let's pause right here in a lot of you're saying like Oh nice for you to say you get to be on stage age like emily. You could be on the stage Nice for you. Jesse gets write books and beyond stages. But here's what we're uniquely equipped to say because we've been on the stage. The most vibrant parts of our ministry don't happen on St absolutely the most life changing work. I do no one's ever going to know about yet. I mean you know we talk about discipleship we talk about leaving. Guess what when I disciple someone. I don't put it on instagram yet. Because that would be rude The most beautiful and life giving exchanges. I have that lead people into the Kingdom happen sometimes in my kids bed when I'm talking them in or in the Colorado Line when and I've just screamed at them and I have to turn around and apologize and show them. The Gospel fleshed out. Or you know in back in back rose of churches where we're talking with women who are struggling The stage is good and and good things happen on.
"connolly" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs
"When she wakes up she's probably are we are in a wake-up for days. when she wakes up you know you should anticipate bring brain trauma brain damage and there was actually randomly a baby that was in the hospital that same day you had a seizure that lasted like fifteen minutes and was diagnosed with with brain damage that same day just remember like they were. They were kind of telling us like this is this this is what to expect and she woke up that same day and she was unable to walk talk. You can see pictures of her. You're not only unconscious but also we when she woke up. I was so glad she woke up. I didn't this is what picture sure you can see like that something's wrong with that. Something's not right with that kid she. She we say she was drunk. Bird like she could kind of communicate but not in words and she he had been this articulate wild little three year old girl. You know you love to paint and draw on run and all of a sudden she could. She couldn't walk talk and so we live like that for a few days and at at the beginning the doctors are like this could be brain injury. This could be brain damage but it could also be that she gave her so many sedatives and we didn't expect there to wake up so quickly. Let's see let's see let's see and it was a Wednesday night hospital on Sunday on a Wednesday night. The doctors came they said Hey we wanna tell you tomorrow. We need to start talking about long term care because this this is brain damage is it's it's been enough time for her brain to heal versus start seeing signs of healing and we're not seeing any and so in the middle of in the middle in inbetween this diagnosis she out when I was pregnant with her and this massive seizure. I got the Tattoo of Talita Kuam written on my wrist from mark. Five when Jesus heals gyrus daughter right untied had that Tattoo into we were praying that passage again for her mark five you know that she would wake up and say say I'm hungry. Give me something to eat and so that night. This is obviously a much longer story. It's a really holy story and it was one. We couldn't tell for a while but you can go back and read it but guide called my sister to my sister was like two hours away in. Charleston got kind of woke up and was like rally people and get them to pray. I get him to pray right now and she did and she didn't tell us and we didn't. We didn't even really tell our family. How dire seemed yeah but we prayed prayed? We shut the door and we just did some battle and just a crazy wild holy night. She had had trouble sleeping the whole time she was in the hospital no but she just fell asleep in her arms and we learn her bed and we would go sleep on the couch across former and I woke up in the middle night and I in new I. I knew I physically couldn't see them but I knew with everything. Emulate there were hundreds of angels in the room and I just felt like God said. Let go back to sleep. There's hundreds of Angel Angel's here cupboard and went back to sleep and the next morning Thursday Morning Glory Ana Elouise Conley swung her legs over the bed and walked two or three steps to us on the couch and said I'm hungry means breakfasts and the doc came in a few hours later and they asked where she was. They thought this was literally a different child in my gosh and they're like no oh no. This isn't her because her face anymore. Look the same. She couldn't control her her face muscles for for three or four days and she she went home from the hospital two days later. Oh yeah so that. It took us a while to call it what it was like we took. It took us a while to call it. Healing took us a while to call it a miracle and that sounds crazy but we were just so close to it and we were so scared. We're so scared what's GonNa can happen again right and it did happen again. She had another seizure. The next July July two thousand twelve. She had another seizure in this one lasted hours again. An we brace ourselves anchors you're like hey we got what we got a little gap glimpse at how she's gone again now now we know now we know and she woke up and the first thing she said was. I would like some lip gloss girl and she is not a seizure sense so she's had years of EEG's an ambulatory eeg where she has to walk around for days with sensors on on her head and she has had seizure activity for the few years after that seizure she said seizure activity and she's been on really extreme medication to toward award offer seizures but this past spring she did a three day eeg where they they took scans of rain all day and it was the first time in six years that she had not one that of seizure activity into it decided to begin to wean her off her medication and that's another part of why we decide to keep her home because it's terrifying to win your child off the medication that has kept them stable for years and then send them to school so I was you're GonNa be with me for a minute yeah. Vij Innate Wild Girl Academy well because I don't ever want. I heard to be tame. I don't ever want her to calm it down right. You know right. I want her to be her full self and I really do believe she's is GonNa Change. The world I mean God has wild mark on her life and so yeah I'm a huge fan of men like you know this. I I really liked it. We liked them in. I like the men also Y is your life in your house and outside of Your House. What is the calling you feel about leading women toward that wildlife because it's not just for glow. It's for me to you. Do this for me to you do this for all of us that are disciple pulled by you. What is that in you. 'cause that's not in me. You know I feel like something. God spoke into my life and spoke over my life just in the last years. There's and that I've been able to say out loud is that I believe he's made me a midwife of mission on. I love being mission myself. I I love getting to partner with God to do what he's asked me to do. A love that but I think the unique way he's wired me is that it it like genuinely gives me a lot more joy to get to tell someone. Keep going or to tell someone. Stay Wild do not get tamed. Do now from back or to tell someone like it's time now. You've been waiting minutes time now. I can tell it's time now. It just gives me genuinely so much more joy to get to be the coach that says let's go and so an ideal that about her like I a hundred percent and I feel that way about my boys like I think it's easier for me to get excited about doing it for women because there there have been so few biblical voices says telling us in a Gospel centered way what we get to do but I feel this way from our boys to you know at I have one son that I fully believe like he genuinely wants to be the president of the United States because he really cares about people really wants to create an equitable equitable and justice minded country and I tell him all the time I you know I cannot wait to spend Christmas in the White House and when it's time to quit whatever job I'm doing to be his campaign manager like I'm in one hundred percent so it's not just women. I feel that way about but I don't know I just it's. It's a really sweet spot to get to tell other people. God's got this yeah. I think it's interesting. One of the things you said is it's been the last last few years that you've been able to say that sentence of what you're called to but you've been doing this job publicly as long almost a decade as long as I have. I just think there's such an important conversation to have with people who are starting in ministry or who and who are in a place of ministry and don't have that Senate yet and something shifted in me when I got my sense when I got my thesis that made my path very clear and our ability to cheer for each other very clear and made my my lane very clear to me. Can you talk a little bit about like how you found your thesis statement. How you found your senates and Ah Ministry before and after yeah I would say it's coming pieces that was for you. It's coming down says I went a to somebody asked me last week. Did you always wanNA write books and I'm GonNa be honest with you. I don't know that there's a more immediate. Graham eight thing that I'm going to ever I say my life but when people ask that question of a precursor if you don't know this about me already. I know you know any. I'm least likely to graduate high school. I shouldn't have gotten into college Nobody thought I was GONNA make anything in my life so when I say what I'm about to say you gotta remember that that I wasn't. I was never anyone's least likely to succeed seed. I'm not book smart didn't grow up with privilege all the beyond being a white woman beyond your one hundred percent right. Thank you for that Asterik one hundred percent but yeah. I'm being a white woman born in the United States. That's right that's right. That's right so you didn't have her financially or maybe in school wise and all of those ways yeah. I totally hear you. I just and I know you yes. Yes you know I know yeah. We talk about this a lot off. We know we know are there is so much privilege but but when I when you think of like you know yes single mom like doing our best to make it work shouldn't gone college barely graduated high school so when people ask me. What did you think you are going to be a writer. Did you ever did you destroy about writing books. I said honestly I just knew I would. I just knew what they're they're. They're there was just some part of my personality alley that I didn't dream about it. It wasn't a goal. I just as soon as I learned. This is one thing that I can do well I can. I can kind of like create create sentences. Not that are beautiful. I don't think I'm the kind of author that makes people you read you think like Oh. I like the way that was worded but I realized I can compel L. People with my words and so I started doing it in fifth grade. If I'd get in trouble I write my momma. Let her because I know if I took a minute. I could really get her on my team. Yeah wrote down the words like here's why I did it. Here's why I'm sorry here's what I'm GonNa do better so I didn't dream about becoming an author but I just thought I'm going to do that and so a lot of the beginning of my ministry ministry early twenties even early. Thirties was like what sounded finding what I thought I might I might do but the I whisper of it. It is a wit to Lark. AC's making things happen one day event yeah and at the time what looked like the most promising thing in my life life. There were two parts. I was helping lead cheer each truth and I was also running our small business that was like really thriving financially you and going through that day. I knew both of those things did not that. I didn't want that to be my bio at the end of the day like I out that I didn't want to but I just knew they weren't going to be and so I remember we had you. Laura does all these really bucs sizes but one thing you have to Kinda like stand up and say oh quit it and I I think I had like I'm gonNA quit. My Small Business witch full story is a for sure by the time this comes out we you'll have announced that we're closing all but thanks collective so totally. Are you about six years confirming hurry. Are you know it's sad but it's obedient. It's it's time we knew six years ago kind of shifted it a few times. It's sad but obedient Ma'am before you close it. Will you make that shirt. Yes Sir Salvia obedient. Yeah it'll be and so somewhere in there. I felt like the Lord like gave me the phrase profit for the generation. You'RE GONNA how to be a profit for the generation and not like that sounds that might sound like Brag e r zero down not to us not to them saying Okay Yeah Yeah and when you know what a profit is when you know like they just publicly repent and they go I walked through hard things and they say the real things about saying thing to feel recalled to their most usually rejected. I guess new gun was like that's what you're GONNA do that. That began to change the language of how I talk so it changes the way I even right. INSTAGRAM posts hosts in that instagram post directed to you. I say we I say our because not because I'm trying to be falsely humbled because Dachshund Prophet has to do they have to apply at the same time and so that was like one little whisper of it I would say I started randomly doing coaching Ching-kuo a few years ago because it just got too hard respond to emails about like. How did you start your business or how do you do this or what do what do I do?.
"connolly" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"So that's a Lucas Connolly. And he's a comedian. Shit. That was such an adventure feel high. Whoa. Should just you should have got like a beaver in here. Across the floor. I would love to do that Letterman segment we bring all these different. Air looker. Out the window. Line. But nobody says apron. Twitter account is at lovable Lucas incident. Cra- Instagram's because me rough crowd are you f- f- Kratz rates and the website goes back to love Balucan dot com. Someone got my what my Instagram handle, it was very upsetting livable. Lucas is a good brand though. I love it. And that's why I was so sad that someone took it. Are they doing it? Not really. But like, I don't want write them. They should have to prove a quarter law who's more level. Comedy shows you want to check out here in New York City, ambush comedy. Camouflage comedy on very heights. Errand time. We can't find them a lot of fun. You'll see all the information on his social media. All right. And of course, check out our Kickstarter keeping the girl dot com slash history. It's in the final couple days. So just take a look, and it really helps us out, and it gets you more episodes for next year and a marathon a comedy marathon. I'm not running for. John.