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"dan mintz" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"Every the old Vaudeville jokes, and he would do a lot of like you know the old guy. He was I mean he was all to me at now looking back. He was like fifty because he did a joke hit Sam a fifty, two year old pothead. But to me, I was eighteen he was gonna Antique I thought he was an old man married Louis. It sounds like he might have been around when I was there. I think he was I think he just kinda started out late late in life but it was like a true open mic every whoever showed up went on and there was some good comics there. Dan Mintz you probably know. He was always there and Some other people where he started that's where Dan started. I believe. So he was around, I? Think he was a Harvard Guy. So he was always there and then Dan Levi's another l. a guy that was always there. Yeah I know Dan we the yeah the other Dan Levy right. Yes. Eugene Levy's kid and Dan Levy, whose TV writer Yeah Dan. I like I like Dan I like both of them but I know damn. Sure. So he would be there and then there was a lot of like just crazy people like actual crazy people that would go up and I was like a kid with jokes who spent my day trying to write jokes and then there was some old psychos and then there was some Boston veterans show up to Teddybears Ron would show up tatty teddy. Hello Teddy. Yeah. He had a boombox record a set with like a boombox with a tape deck. That's my son he'll drop it. Katie had some of the best fucking jokes Oh. Yeah I mean like what a saddle fucker but I'll tell you man into that live when I did with him. Like it was kind of astounding because you know Teddy Story. I'm sure you've heard some version of it is is just horrifying and you know I it just it's astounding that he's alive and he's a very sort of like a sad it's a sad story. But what was really interesting as I found him I tracked him down to do alive WTI F and he wasn't easy to find. He doesn't like have a phone at a call somebody that knew whim or a relative. I don't remember how I got him right and I hadn't seen him forever and he's in the dressing room for W. T F. Using sweats and he's like I know I'm doing I'm working on new thing about the by mother. Teresa. The Pope and Maybe I'll try that and I'm like I don't know. Your murdy sucked into this nightmare codependent teddy world in seconds and I hadn't seen him in twenty years. And we get out there on stage though dude and you know people don't know him anymore. Really you know. And, a lot of my audience would know him at all and he's trying new stuff and I see him sweating it out and I know there's no way he could have tested or anything, and then he's got all those I knew yet all those great jokes about you know his father you know so I go. So when you grew up your father was, what was he like my father and he just he he just went into those bits dude and they killed it was like it was like almost moving you know like these bits that have been around for decades and they and they were so well honed in. So well written and so personal and perfect, and they just he. Just started doing them and they were like it was like no one ever heard that before it was beautiful moment ya no, he's he's amazing. I've tried hard to find old footage of him. I set of him on the old letterman show that looks real where it's not great Yeah. Whatever quality, right? Yeah. When he would get it together and do the I'm sure the same bits that he did in nineteen eighty two that I saw in two thousand one, there's no Santa Claus. She's got a wire exactly that bit was like magical. It was great. Now he had one of my favorite jokes ever was the you know hockey players are tough joke hockey players are tough they get. Hit in the face of the PUCK, they'll get fifteen stitches come out and play the third period. Baseball players those guys are tough. It goes IOS. Watch the game and ago here's Ozzy Taylor steps to the. Missed the first half of the season he was frightened by a small child last Halloween. Yeah So they would see who were some of the other veterans it would drop by that was like Tony v maybe occasionally. But most of those guys didn't touch that place because it was like this was like low level open mic, open mic but then I started doing Dick Doherty's comedy vault on Sunday nights then you'd see Tony V and. All those guys, Kevin Knox was a big part of the the scene then. and. Then he ran the Monday at the comedy connection and that was like the big to me. There was a time in my career where Monday night if you could get to the comedy connection, which was there like new talent night that was like the tonight show at that point in my career Kevin Knox hosted it. Oh, so oxy so you were there before he died. Before Loretta got sick those guys. Started with me you know or like they were kind of around my generation. I remember you know when Knox he started and those guys because I in. Boston. I guess I was there in eighty eight now is you know I moved to New York eighty nine, but I had to go up there every weekend to work. So I was I was in Boston Eighty, nine, ninety, one, ninety, two, you know working all those one nighters, Knicks and everything else. So all those guys were around that generation you know. Yeah it was great to be around those guys because it's like I didn't know I didn't know any of those guys and I was one of the people that thought that the Comedians were you know bill cosby and George Carlin and Rosie O'Donnell point about Boston where you get this whole working class bunch that you know you you wouldn't know and he still wouldn't know him like I started with Joe Nettie like I did open mics when I was in college with Yeti. 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"dan mintz" Discussed on Stand-Up w/ Chris Distefano
"Pull my phone out like this is what happens to me with Comedians to and a lot of comedians post very thirsty stuff especially during quarantine and I'll just be all vote on like what the fuck man look not trying to see your like especially some of these dudes just posting their bare asses right. Pony guys bear as is funny. I don't WANNA fuck it. But it's not if you. WanNa fuck it. Yeah that's a good point then. It's not somebody wants to fuck that. Acid spun off all the way to until you come it anyway. Tough man but Who you got for us to listen to the night man. I got some clips real excited for you guys to hear. I put a Lotta time into both into the whole show. This we like I do every week to be honest but this week I was really excited because I got a message from somebody who had a request And that was let me find this message. Real fast it was somebody on INSA named Acura Yacky. I think I hope I'm saying that. She sent me a message saying that she loved to hear some Mitch. Hedberg sometime and I would. Also I was also thinking the same thing I was already kind of. I had already been listening to Mitch recently because in an earlier episode I played. Dan Minced opened the show. Dan Mintz is a great great one liner comic. And it's hard to listen to anyone liner comic for me without thinking of Mitch Hedberg so this first clip is a group of clips from Mitch Hedberg 's album strategic grill locations and the second clip is from neighbor Gazzi on his special full-time magic. Every food. The Food and the group will cover for the bath. Who got your stomach like? You can't with an array. Then they would travel down to your then they will get there then. The care will say it's Cool Me Soda Pop for Twentieth Six Pack. That price flux was your head because any status that you're gonNA sell top de guys things that pop with me going on man looking to buy some fifty cents a can is now refrigerated because this is a half ass commitment. My friends said to.
"dan mintz" Discussed on Stand-Up w/ Chris Distefano
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"dan mintz" Discussed on Stand-Up w/ Chris Distefano
"For that. I mean don't get me wrong Indiana's pretty white too so but especially blowing. But that's I think that's also I was like you know maybe I'll have a shot but it's all these kids were good. So it's every I'm telling you every kid in Indiana kind of can play. It's it's very everybody that's hoosiers too right. Yep I get done up out there. I had to take it to to Kane. I can't be streets like that. So so you got some more comedy for us before we get out of here. Yeah we got another clip for you guys before we get Outta here. This clip is from builders the ringers show and This one is really good. It's they just put it up on comedy central's Instagram this week. This is Punky Johnson. Hey did you know that? Punky Johnson is like like my friend. Oh is that right. I think I can say that. Oh hell yeah that's awesome. I consider I consider her to be friends. I mean it's Hollywood so it is what it is and Yes he used to be He's a he's Yes yes a store killer beyond kissing him in there and stuff I heard a bunch of good stuff about Punky Johnson. And I don't think I've ever seen I don't know if you've ever been on a show together so I was like. I saw that clip up and I was like I definitely want to check her out because grainy I like watching those bill. Burr ringer sets. Because they're set up really well. I feel like the the room is really cool. And they picked great comic. So this is Punky Johnson. Y'All seem fun. Yeah right to.
"dan mintz" Discussed on Stand-Up w/ Chris Distefano
"Didn't agree with that. But I was so caught up in the four of having apple juice for a minute I lived in his world or racism didn't exist. There was obvious that all mad is doesn't apple juice hater. He's mad because he can't get out getting right now. Thanks it. That was Roy. Goble and Hannibal Burruss. I love those clips so much I think about that. Hannibal joke all the time about his cousin. And how and how you can just accuse kid of masturbating and they all shy and embarrassed. It's makes me laugh so much that impression of his cousin Hannibal. We saw his stand up. It's so whenever I think of Hannibal. That is the clip. I think of even though it's kind of weird it's it's very specific but it's one of my favorite jokes and I was the verse. I met Hannibal opening for him and he was doing that. Our and it blew me away and I was already a fan and I was like damn he is just getting better and better and the other clip you heard of course was Roy. Scoble rory is one of my favorite comedians of all time. I he might be in my. He's maybe my top five comics that currently. I love him so much. I'm a huge fan and His his new show. Robbie is on comedy central. Right now. He's so funny. The show is great. I watched the first three episodes last night. And it's it's such a great cast. I said it before. But it's Mary. Holland Carl Tart Roy Scoville. It's it's just really really funny. Says six years made as in it. It's star studded. Cast of really funny people and the premise is that he's a basketball coach for a church league and He's perfect for it. And what I love about the clip that I just played that's That's from his set on John Oliver's Stand UP SHOW. That was on comedy central in the whole set on on Youtube. If you WANNA watch it again. It's on comedy Central Standup Youtube where you can see all kinds of stuff but that that whole set is on there and what I love about it is. He opens doing that. German character and then he he drops the German character and then goes into this southern care that is also dot his voice. It's just doing a character that's doing. These bids has one of my favorite bits on it of all time. The Garden of Eden. Bit About Eve talking to a snake and A and. It's it's just so funny that he goes from one care to another and people in the youtube comments are always like what is his voice like. Wh What's real and it's it's hard to find it in. Robbie is in kind of doing that. Southern character the whole way through and he's he's just so funny with it and Rory I I WANNA talk about Roy for a bit because I like. I said. He's one of my favorites. He's one of his first album changed how I thought about comedy and I remember where I was when I heard it was writing with buddy we were on our way to a terrible. Yay in Danville Kentucky and we both kind of just like we've got to pass the time we heard about Roy. I'd been hearing about rory for for awhile from People in Atlanta would come through my hometown and they would all be like if you haven't seen Roy Goalie you have to see him because he's going to be famous and I was like okay whenever you hear about comically bed sometimes you. Oh Yeah let me for some reason. We don't believe in comics. Don't we've never heard of before? I think I've said this on the show before but with musicians. If you haven't heard of him you go. Oh Yeah I think I've heard of them but I think I know something from them. You almost pretend like you know about it because you don't WanNa get dumb ass but with comedy. If you haven't heard of somebody you you often go. I haven't even heard of them. So how could they be good? I didn't do that with. We're just hearing him being raved about. But I was just a little bit like yeah I wanna see. We'll see and then I watch this clip of him. He does this. He has the clip on Youtube of him at this Gig hotel. And it's I don't know if it's a corporate or what but it's a weird setup for show and they have a glass elevator behind him. And he has a wireless MIC and so he starts wandering off while he's talking in the middle of the set takes the the elevator of while he's while he's going and it's very experimental very experimental amy's killing. It's really funny at the same time and I just remember watching him going. Oh Yeah this is fun. I YOU FORGET. The comedy is supposed to be fun as a performer. Because you spend so much time being technical a joke writing and trying to be original and right unique perspective stuff all this whatever listening to putting. Roy's album on after. I had seen that clip immediately. I was transfixed and I was like I it. It just changed how I thought about comedy completely because I was hearing. Somebody play around on their album and not. That's never done before. Never been done before but the way he was doing it the the confidence that he has as a performer. And just how great? He is as a performer. He has he truly improvise on stage. And it's very rare comedy. Some people pretend to improvise during stand up and some people really do improvise a little bit in standup. Rory did a whole group of ours. That are all him improvising. And you think yes some people do Improv. This is an insane feet to accomplish to do an hour of stand up comedy you're alone and make it entertaining and make it funny and by all accounts of when he did those live shows. I'm pretty sure they're they're coming out in some form. It's insane because an act takes years to craft and he's able to do this just on the fly and I've seen him do it I when he came to my hometown in Bloomington. I remember going to every show and being blown away by how funny he was and hearing him. Go in and out of those characters. I was shocked to see somebody that brave onstage to just leap into something new where it's GonNa go and coming out on top almost every time. It's it's really. It's magic in the room to watch Roy Scoville and I think that if you hadn't seen a lot of his stuff before I I'd say the Roy Goble starter kit is that I played and then he on Conan. He's just one of the greatest who's ever done it is. That's he does the same thing where he does he does. He opens with the southern character. He sticks with it the whole time and all the comments or people who think he southerner confused when they find out that he's not because it's so silly and and it's it's it's hard to explain why it's so great. I mean the jokes are funny and it's just a great performance. So it's it's it's just really good. I mean he's. He's one of my favorites for a reason. I watch so much comedy and I. I've been very captivated by by Rory's whole career. So that is a head you seen. Have you seen Roy before? Coach know the name but I was thoroughly impressed with the clip. I say Tom is picking his ass off he. Did you think this week Tom And why and why Hannibal I was dying on Your Hannibal. Picks by the way but what what made you feel? Hannibal like tonight. I think I got I. I wanted to play the Hannibal Clip along Ip. I I knew that Roy had this show coming out. I saw him promoting it. I was like I gotta I gotTa play something from Roy this week because I want to. I want people to see how funny is and to be reminded about this. Show that he has coming out and then I was remembering that time of my life When I when I discovered Roy and it was around the same time that I was getting into Hannibal and I. I remember listening to this hour and his first album. That's also on comedy central. That's great and sorry to of the CD's that I have that That play a lot in my car. I had dilation which is Royce goals first album also on comedy central and. I'm sure we'll probably play some clips from that at some point too but I also every time I turn on my car because I have. I bought this Hannibal Album on itunes. My name is Hannibal so every time I would start my car. That album would start playing from track one. And so when I think of listening to albums in my car and especially around that time it's it's handedly attainable and rory and like Anthony Jesernik and John Mullany but yeah I just I. I don't know exactly why Hannibal pops into my head but I love that stuff. I love that album so much. I think about that apple juice bid all the time. Yea Very Unique way of approaching racism. I love it. I love it when a bit like when a bit makes me look at something. I was already familiar with when it was like. Oh my God like you found something. I didn't see because Hannibal mentioned how How young easy said I had rooms and my rooms have rooms are just closet God. Damn that's hilarious. I'm glad you brought that up because I I forgot. I wanted to talk about that. The A lot of Comedians have a lot of very technical comics have problems with Comedians. Who Pick apart rap lyrics because it's kind of like shooting fish in a barrel at some point it can be really easy but the the ones that Hannibal picked I do. I remember seeing him. Do that rooms and rooms thing. I couldn't stop laughing. Those are funny looking at a closet in your house and saying man. I got extra rooms. Feel Funny Yeah I love that to another thing. I wanted to talk about that. I just realized is engaged. Going back to the the rory show I started watching the show last night and my my girlfriend was like. Oh my God. This show is made for you because I was into Christian basket. Paul what does that mean? It means okay. So I was a little fat boy in Indiana Indiana basketball. The girls right. Well there's that but I I also love basketball. I loved Reggie Miller and I loved I. I the main thing been looking forward to every week during quarantine is this Michael Jordan documentary series. That's I'm obsessed with it. It's so good and but I was obsessed with basketball as a kid and in Indiana. Everybody wanted to play basketball. Every every kid could shoot. You know. It's it's just part of Indiana and I wanted to play so bad. I watched the NBA every every game. That was on TNT. Whatever whatever channel. The Games came on. It didn't matter who was playing. I watched every night and I couldn't imagine a life where it wasn't in the NBA. And I'm not talking about ten years old. I'm talking about fifteen I was. It was too late but I was so delusional that I was like. Maybe because you see all these the NBA The Jordan. All every other like and then. Dennis Rodman went from five eight. Two six eight over a summer. I was waiting for that. I just can't be like oh well I'm probably about to have that happen and so I was getting myself ready. I was a yeah. I'm not playing right now but I'll be in the league. I'm going to have that because one of my brothers who has a different dad is. My half brother was like six four so I was like well. I'll probably get to six four. I'm five ten and why I was like I was like. Oh I'll have that gross per this summer and each summer passed. I didn't get any taller or barely. Also I was still a fat little boy could only shoot basically. I could shoot. Three's all day and that was about it but because of that I kept getting cut from my team. My team. My High School team won the State Championship Like right after I graduate. It was a really strong team so it was very it wasn't like Oh we just let people on the team. I have no chance I was going to make it so then I started. I started going to Baptist Church because my friends went there I was. I wasn't really into church or religion or anything but I found out you could play basketball there. You had like a team that you could be on. You could play like intramural basketball with them. So then I got really into it and like it's the type of shit where the court didn't even have a three point line. His it was terrible but I got to play. I was like a dominant player. Because as God my love these kids but he didn't give him a jumper so I was able to play there and so I was. I was like this. Ravi show is perfect for me because he's in the world that I was in is really good and I'm I'm thrilled. That that he had something That's out because I'm a huge fan and I think I think people are really going to like this show. Yeah I was cut from my high school basketball team to 'EM JUNIOR HIGH BASS WEALTHY. Same here man. It's brutal. I never made a single one of those teams and then I lost a bunch of weight in college played like intramural and was able to play and I was like damn it. If I had done this like five years ago I might have been able to at least play freshman basketball but what Tom I'm I'm I'm from ridgecrest and risk. Chris has two junior highs in one high school in ninety nine percent white. So there's only three black people in one just kept getting cut so that hit a little different than it does. Hit different than that's brutal. So feel your pain is emotional. I wasn't ready.
"dan mintz" Discussed on Stand-Up w/ Chris Distefano
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"dan mintz" Discussed on Stand-Up w/ Chris Distefano
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"dan mintz" Discussed on Stand-Up w/ Chris Distefano
"Check. This I found a dry through strip club in Oregon. You founded the daughter why you were going to fucking Oregon. It showed up on my twitter. Feed a very interesting. I noticed your last couple tweets for food from Oregon's you'll realize it shows up on the bottom of your twenty turnout location. I WANNA get to before we before we bring the clips in. I got a message from somebody so a bunch of people have been messaging me about the show which I really appreciate and like. I said we don't have an email address that maybe I should make an email for the show. Yeah I might do that but as for now. We don't have an email so you can feel free to DM. It's Tom. Takhar T. H. A. K. K. A. R. on like facebook instagram twitter. All that stuff and people have been using all of those messaging me and I. I hope I got back to you. If you measured me. If not I I try to get to everybody because I do have the time and the only excuse I have is that I just get worn out but I got some really nice message from people and I got one that I'm GonNa read because it stumped me and I wanna see if listeners. This show can help this person because I couldn't figure it out and I think this is a fun way to utilize our audience. But I got a message from someone named Lindsey. I won't say the last name High Time I've recently started listening to podcasts. And Love It. I am hoping that you can help me. Find a specific comedian. I heard a bit by this person or on one of the Sirius. Xm comedy channels a few years ago. I almost crashed my car because I was laughing so hard but I've never been able to find it again and I don't even remember this. Comedians name it was a male comedian. And the joke was about him. Taking his son to an amusement park they go on a roller coaster and the DAD's comedian kits. Super Motion. Sick doesn't want to show weakness to his kid tries to push through but he ends up lying on the ground of the of the park next to some old band aids just thinking about it now makes me smile. Hope you can find this comedian and a better yet. This specific bit thanks. I did some homework I because I had some hunches. I thought maybe you know a dad who would do this. I was thinking. Maybe a Chad Daniels or Dan Cummins or maybe even like a Bert Bert Kreischer. I was thinking maybe Berkshire and so i. I was searching these bits and I couldn't find it so if you by chance. No this Senate in maybe we can help Lenzi out and if you have questions like that. Send him over. And we'll try to do the same for you. I was hoping I could figure it out myself but this one stamped me. Yeah so the the the author of the inquiry Lindsay. That's Lindsey Yeah. Okay Lindsey of. Tom Cannot figure it out. It cannot be figured out. Just going to be honest with you. Is What's tough about serious as they have all these comedy channels and could have been any John or time period or it could be just some guy who put an album out himself and send it over to them. So it's it's really tough but it. Hey if you're comic and this is your bid send it over baby and we'll we'll get your new fan but I'm getting text message from Carlos Mencia Carlos no on this show.
"dan mintz" Discussed on Stand-Up w/ Chris Distefano
"I'm psyched about the clips. We have for you today that one I love. It's like I said it's Dan man. She may have recognized that voice because Dan Plays Tina Belcher on Bob's burgers one of my favorite shows but a lot of people don't know also one of the best one liner joke writers of all time. But he's so funny and I'm of course joined as always by the producer. Extraordinaire coach T. how are you? I'm doing? Well how are you doing today man? I'm pretty good. I you know I go up and down. I've been struggling here and there I this week. I've been really having a tough time with not doing. Stand up I've been doing the zoom shows and stuff but I missed the comedy cellar so much man. I think I just keep seeing pictures from when people were at the comedy cellar. I think we'll see you man. Hopefully hopefully there will be a day in the not too distant future where there's a version of the comedy cellar. We can still go back to comedy clubs in general. I don't know what it's GonNa look like. I know that they're starting to dip their toe in and I have some dates books that haven't canceled for June and July so I'm very curious to see if those are going to happen but if you go to comedy shows obviously be safe keep distance be smart but I. I'm selfishly hoping this stuff comes back just because I miss it so much and it's funny. You ever have the thing where people tell you like we're always telling you cherish stuff. They're like you're going to Yemen because of this man. That's bullshit I think I did. Here's what here's why. I think that I did cherish my time my last few weeks of the comedy cellar specifically because I was coming out to La for a while. So I was already I did it. I cherished and it doesn't matter. It still sucks. It's not like I look back like oh you didn't take it for granted. I didn't take it for granted I loved it. I loved every every minute of it and it still sucks and also. I hate when people tell you to do that. Because it's like what are you supposed to okay? I'm doing it. I here's me cherishing making no. It doesn't make you feel better. No that's the thing is it doesn't mean I all I do now is miss those moments more because I'm yeah cherished it. I loved it. I was really in the zone. And the moment I miss just eating comedy cellar wings and like And somebody posted the day. I just Miss Eating Comedy Club. Chicken tenders a I. It was my irene too and I was like that is so true. I missed a sitting in a green room and having like having just on the set and I'm just eating whatever they got like they care lines like they of this like Salmon. It's so good and I I just that's when I think of maybe it's bad there. When I think of comedy I mostly think about the food. What what what I'm hearing you describe is a family atmosphere and you miss it. Yeah that is it and you have every right to do that and I am. I relate to that and I liked the Jerry Seinfeld. Said something. This week Interview where he was like. People are worried the comedies. Not GonNa come back and he was like. There's just no way that's true because there's almost no better feeling than laughing with people in a room and I. I agree with that. I that that's why did this in the first place is how much I love comedy. So tell that to our governor. Okay because I agree but As far as list of stuff that gets opened sure. That's a really tough argument. 'cause he's around and laugh. I agree I think that it won't be one of the first things that comes up for sure and I. That's why I'm saying I do want people to do it safely. I'm not trying to be responsible at here. I'm just saying if there's a way to do it like I have a show in Brooklyn. We're talking about a way to do it where it's like on a rooftop so it's not you've closed air or anything like that and people will still be far apart from each other. Everybody has their own microphones. So who knows? I think there's ways to do it there. There are work arounds but I have. Some people are talking about doing my over. His mom had the idea of doing a drive in style. Oh many show. I think that could work a check. This I found a dry through strip club in Oregon. You founded.
"dan mintz" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"How did you come to that belief and then once you tell them well how did that believe come to them or how did you? How did you come to this belief and then start asking like? Do you believe that belief is true. Did you actually believe that. Yeah do you believe and just start to rewire like show me. How like like a lot of my wiring was like kind of late? Singed like the wires had been frayed in certain areas and all this is a Jose this is some deep shit you know and then like how much is this course and then it was like four thousand dollars yeah. I'm not like it's not going to do that but I really you know. It was funny because then I looked it up. After that and Avatar course was part of the scientology the g the creators of the Avatar were the same guys that came up with scientology in the whole Kinda Milky Way Galactic. Experience the actual Scientology Hubbard. Yeah looking up. I was looking it up before or a guy here and It was interesting well on that I just wanted to bring up jumped right into this and I just wanted to mention what a belief is is something that we think is true. It's as simple as that. There are a lot of things that we believe. Basically everything you think is a belief of one sort or category. Sorry or another and I think the the two major ones that are usually talked about is like the physical belief and the the abstract. I believe so. I have a physical belief that there's a tree outside and my car is next to it. We can go check that we can all agree on it by our senses right and then there's an abstract belief where I think. I believe. I'm a good person. But that's more subjective not as objective right. Yeah but then you can get into different stuff like if if we asked like well. We'll colors the tree chur and you have one version of your color and I have my version and then we get into quantum physics when we can say well there is no tree. Yeah there's there's there's quantum fluctuations if if you believe in quantum physics and if you believe in mathematics yeah that's a belief as well right and and what I wanted to say was the the limiting belief there's so there's a ton of different types of beliefs obviously and you're talking about limiting beliefs. Those are those are things that you believe. Leave about yourself for about the world that would limit you from being. You're the best version of yourself. Pass Okay and then clearly there's there's beliefs that would help you. Oh right Nine limited by binding force of the universe. I believe that that there's enough evidence to support that. Could I be wrong. I always have to allow for that space to be wrong but does that belief does that believe hurt or helped me. It makes me a better person. And that's were this. What Sean was just talking about? Like the inventory of her beliefs is very important too well. And that's what I got because that's what I wanted to be on his Cognitive processing therapy was. That's exactly that was questioned. Your belief system so I'm taught immediately and cognitive processing therapy. I felt this. I felt this emotion. And what was this real. Is this really attached. What's going on right now or does it belong someplace else and then you know through cognitive processing isn't therapy? I got to trigger moments in my life and I say nope. That's a fear of abandonment. That's a fair of abandoned. I there was no reason for me to act the way that I did in this moment. Reveal the way that I did in this moment. That feeling came from very real place but it doesn't exist in the now so just an example is actually. I have a question about that so if you have the fear. Fear of abandonment. What is the belief that is underlying that? Do you think well Duh. And I go into this whole thing right now because I just talked about it last tonight at eight and so consciously. I don't believe any of the bullshit that's still lodged in my subconscious. I still have have to contend with it because it's still the automated response still. They're still occupies ninety five percent of the brain power that's going on. We know this so they end. The whole point of mindfulness is to get your your conscious to work in tandem with your lower self and find a way to get that balance but so for me I was taught through abandonment. The rejection thr- abuse Through neglect through all these things that you need is a child that happened now. It only takes one parent to do that right. All these things happened happened taught me that I was a piece of shit and he would say it directly says that to your piece of Shit. You're always going to be a piece shit like me because my mom would always say well you can do whatever you want i. I opted to go with what she told me right because you know it was real easy to vilify him. But this very much still exists in my subconscious. That I'm not worthy of anything and I was talking about how I'm walking around this when I got the new house and walking around the space and it's more than double the size of of the old house and it's a beautiful home and I I initially. I'm trying to talk myself. Maybe I can't afford this but I can't afford it. You know what I mean but I was just coming up with all of these reasons to not make that move then I when the kids left. It's just me in the space and I start feeling I start feeling the feeling coming on this this loneliness disconnection. That's a dangerous place as a very dangerous place for me if I'm not aware of it because what comes. Next is the wind up on the tenth story of that Burning Building. And now I gotta I gotta the jump I gotTa jump or I got I gotta try to fight it. which can't our freezer I collapse? You know so now without recognizing these these symptoms these things that that are still very these these limiting beliefs that are still very much lodged in my subconscious. I I'm endanger and I'm you know maybe with PTSD it's an extreme numbers and with alcoholism. It's an extreme version but these are all very beautiful conditions that bring to light the fact that you've got these beliefs lodged in your subconscious. This and they're way more powerful than you are when you're not aware of them. So what what that comes to is. I don't want to be rejected. You know what I mean mean. But I don't care about that anymore. Consciously I've transcended that sub consciously. There's something that goes off my brain. That says you worked hard right for this house. This was the logical next step. You've been wanting to move for years. Is Great for the kids so many good things about it. Why do you feel disconnected now now and it's because I feel undeserving consciously do I believe that Shit? Fuck no if so but with mindfulness. I was able to get to this this. Okay I feel like I don't deserve this I st- my sub-conscious still believes that I'm a piece of Shit I'm unworthy I don't deserve it. So what do you say to yourself self. I have to go through the the cognitive processing therapy questions. Is this real. What does this as well? Because it wasn't real it'd be like God damn it's about mother fucking fucking time you know like I would switch. I switched my perspective when old limiting beliefs start to like poke their head out. Like I know when that's when it's coming I can think the thought process starts connolly chip chip chip and and like I just reverse it now I completely try to change any of that old thinking bullshit. That no longer serves me when when you guys talk about this January mindful to do that. Do you feel that. It's more of a lens that you're looking through like these beliefs that are bad in the back. Are they more of a lens or are they more of so. There's two lenses you can look through. There's only two lenses. The higher self in the lower self and expectation lens or an expectation. I don't no no of I don't know if there's only two lenses I think there is. I think I think the Lens can shift will. Aw a lens it's a thinking thing it's like you think this is bad. You think it's going to end up like this whereas if it's more of an expectation because of a belief it's like this this is going to turn out bad because of these twenty five reasons so check this out it was. It was real interesting the other day so I've been you know a member of alcoholics anonymous and I've been a member for a long time and I strongly happy All that they've talked me and given me Outside of the book of alcoholics anonymous non-emissive there have been things and beliefs. That people have made up that have become like commandments. Dan Mintz through time and and I believe a lot of these commandments. And I needed to in the early days. 'cause I wasn't smart enough. I wasn't strong enough to go experience reality out of my own. I surrounded myself with everyone in recovery. I did not wander too so far away from that in doing that. I caused the bubble caused the bubble. Hyper hyper reality. And I shut a lot of reality off if you weren't connected to some form recovery last week as I'm going through all the stuff you know. I was telling you guys bought my week. I was seeing how for a lot of those beliefs that had been handed down to me. By elders of alcoholics anonymous may have limited a lot of the experience of life that wanted to you know true reason like back in the day they gave you the big book you read it you you worked it. It's done you live your life you you're free to go live your life. You know you're alchoholic. You know you can't drink you know it's all contingent on a spiritual condition. Go do whatever you WANNA do. But now over time they're like you can't go to wet places or be around what that faces. You can't do this. You can't do that you can't you can't you. Can't so I took all those beliefs of I can't and I started ditching him a long time ago but became real. I don't know why the other day like it was actually the Christmas Eve Service Service a rolled up a unity and I thought about it and I thought like God this gigantic fucking world. The really kind of felt like I've been in the bubble a little bit with infinite possibilities with infinite possibilities but when you have limiting beliefs that infinite Thursday there is no invaded. Like you might have ten exclusive right excludes all the things that are right right exactly so inclusive so I started to like really look at home my beliefs needed to be rerouted and lake. Because like I've always been about believing that anything is possible. I built my whole life since I was six years old. That miracles happen all the time time that you are completely accessible to as many miracles as you want to happen in your life at any given time there is no number that you are granted their their unlimited limited. And you have the power to channel is much of that power as you need but when you start in.
"dan mintz" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"Water and flooding. The city with a wide raging river houses and bridges were submerged merged and still the rain continued to fall and fall waves loaded with debris crashed through town. Dozens of homes and most of an amusement park were washed away. Floodwaters didn't receive for days leveling much of the landscape submerging industrial plants knocking out pillars beneath elevated railroad tracks. Ten workers trying to repair a bridge died. When it collapsed an estimated mated? Eighty people died in total. The tragedy is knocked the entire community to its knees in prayer and in grief and in laborious recovery. Nearly all of these ashville neighbors are now starting over replanting and rebuilding and trying to get local industry up and moving again. This game is but a passing distraction but a welcome one and it is with sadness that we note. This season will soon be over. The bottom of the second inning is is also now over there was a chopard a third of blueprint a second in a line drive to center field while I was telling you that and it took just four pitches as we are now heading to the third in a scoreless tie umpire row by the way has just taken his place ending this experiment but if baseball were umpire Louis. How Umpire lous would it be well? I think that's such a great question. So of course you know there are sports. The great old game of golf for instance where players are expected to to monitor their own rules violations. Wants to take care of this sort of the officiating of the sport in in an honor system sort of way. Baseball has never been that way to sport of scoundrels and cheats. And and and so you already have a cultural issue but but even if we could assuming you get past the fallibility of human nature do you suppose that it's technically feasible that the players on the field could handle the role of officiating. I don't I have very little confidence I mean. We have a rule in the rule book that requires them to run in one direction. Around the bases. This is not the other and that rule is expressly in there because of the chicanery they get up to when left to their own devices so I think that the cultural issue you referenced would be problem enough and then there's the matter of You know it being despite it being mostly for the bulk of the game one guy throwing a ball to another guy and him trying to do something with it. One that lends itself soft multiple perspectives. That I think would make it tricky to say with any certainty you know whether a ball was fair or foul inside or outside I mean. Sometimes they Zaven can't tell if it hit on top of the third is over by the way we're going to the bottom of the third. Yeah it seems to me that one of the things that makes a sport where it makes it feasible for our players to to officiate themselves is that you have to. You have to be able to say clearly whether a rule has been broken it what I mean in by. That is if there's room to fudge if there's room to say that you are ignorant or that you had the differing interpretation of what happened than human nature is is going to cause people people to to sort of slide ever more toward a deceit and so when it comes to something like balls and strikes which are sure so difficult. It's even for an objective arbiter to decide whether a pitches is inside or outside. One is right on the border. If you have even players in good faith attempting their very best. To be honest they are simply going to be so biased. They're going to have such in their interest to see the pitch. Go their way that I think that you would end up with a sorry by the way the bottom of the third is is also now over. You're going to have a a lot. Have disagreements that are just simply unfixable. Now if it's something that is like in golf for instance it's just about counting the strokes and so to lie about. Your strokes is in is just an outright lie. There's no way that you can rationalize it to yourself. There's no way that you can say that One of those strokes should have counted. It's pretty cut and dry. It's binary it's either or you swung or you didn't you hit it or you didn't and even on those things where you might be able to fudge like whether you tact the ball whether what you grounded the club in a sand trap or or whether you know the ball move you do know clearly whether it moved or not and you have to make the decision about whether you're going to lie to your peers and many people will and in particular a sport that doesn't have an established expectation of honesty. Many people I will but in baseball. It's it's not even that it's simply the fact. Is that players. I think often think they are safe when they are not safe. Because it's very hard to know if you were safe and I think they often think that a pitch was a ball when it wasn't ball because it's very hard to know if if it was a half inch over one side or the other I think eight people even think that they caught balls that they trapped and I think They certainly have no idea on balls. That are fair and foul a lot of times all those sorts of things just I think make they get so that you have to have the voice of God who's attempting at least two to distinguish without having the the scales of self interest. Tipping them one one way or the other one so I don't even think that that's the real danger. Although there is a danger associated with that sort of righteous perception that may actually end that being factually incorrect. I think the bigger danger comes not with certainty but with that moment of doubt the moment of doubt is where things get really dangerous andress and go off the rails because you know if a if a righteous man trying to do the right thing even if he is ultimately wrong thinks that he is safe after a close play I baseball you know you can get exercised about that and you can believe a thing to be true and you. Can you can jaw and yell about it. But the moment that he betrays even just slightly in his face that he's he's a little unsure. I think. I think I was safe but I'm I'm not entirely positive. In that moment. The fans in the stands will realize that this is all really made up. I mean it's happening in front of them. There are guys on the field trying to play baseball and they are standing a certain distance since apart from one another and they have a clear objective for what they're trying to accomplish on the field but the rules are made up. They're totally arbitrary. We decided it's played this way. Because that's how are we like it. We've decided this is the right thing and we're able to to forget that this is not set down on stone tablets snot on the Ten Commandments. Dan Mintz because. We're having fun at the Ballpark. And they all seem so sure. And so we're able to be sure that we're having fun. But as soon as they look a little confused or doubtful or don't I know the rule then we're reminded that we're kind of just sitting there hanging out because some Group of folks couple many years ago decided. This is how we should spend an afternoon. We're going to feel a a little bit silly about that and so I think that there's danger not so much that we can test the outcome that we questioned the value of the enterprise entirely. We're actually in the fifth inning. Yeah we we. We did. Just talk away to winning. Susan I should give you a quick update on top of the fifth. Neither team has scored yet. The twins were retired in the top of the third on just three pitches which I propose does should henceforth be called a minimus inning from the Latin for first in the bottom of the third. Kitty Wickham Strung out on struck out on a pitch hit him. I'm in the chest in the top of the fourth after ground ball back to pitcher George low low sprint into the bag himself because first baseman earning burke had already abandoned position was high tailing it to the plate where he was due to lead off the next inning. Also low has been replaced on the by Eighty Bacon and while you were giving that update me man and filed away to pitches for strikes and is now behind to who thank you for the update. And here's the two strike pitch and McMahon grounds another ball up the middle again into center field for leadoff single. Oh he rounds I and the throws wild man isn't stopping. The ball rolls away over the chalk. Lines toward the twins dugout and the on deck hitter. Frank Nassar is standing standing there. Nassar picks up the ball. NESSAR fire it of the base and the tags in time necessarily just through his own teammate. Towards yeah I I did. Wait may did that really happen or is that something that we just made up because it seemed entertaining. Nobody would know if we made it up saying that really truly really happened. I swear that it was a thing that just happened. That is the first out of the inning. Right Nasser through his own teammate. Out from the on Deck Circle and now Nassar or is already in the box that each is it a first pitch homerun. The twins have a run and the scoreless tie is broken up. What what an anecdote? Okay can we go back to the play earlier in the inning. Knows I mean yes. Please so pudding Nassar's role aside for a minute. Okay I want to talk about Molly McMahon's strategy in this game. So when he gets on base he just runs until he's tagged out. He never stops so like what if this were a normal feature in baseball. What if there was a player player? Maybe he'd be called Zoom Zoom Guy or the sky or the new guy and this every time would that be like I mean. Would that be good for baseball. Is that be entertaining. Could he make a career of how good would you have to be with. You have to be as good as Cap Anson that way. I am just fixated on on how we would. We would call it. Would he even have a name. Would he have a name or would we just make the sounds. Would we just call him. The guy are the zoom zoom. gags where we would. We all chant. When he got on base would we all just start going zoom zoom zoom would would we encourage? That's a great question. Would we encourage this behavior or would we all collectively go stop. Don't do it and try to restrain. Strain him some way. I wonder if it would be like for. How long would it be fun? Because we'd like to shout about stuffing at a baseball game and it's quiet some of the time the reason we tolerate the quiet because we get to shout on occasion. I shouted for a home run. I got excited. I was exercise. I shouted about it and so you would be somewhat Shahroudi. You get to shout fun sounding like Zoom Zoom and whoosh whoosh has a less good mouth feel than zoom gray great for that sort of like holding the note though like Woo. Yeah Yeah could lean into some of the atmosphere around you. Perhaps if it's windy in the booth that day Eh and Pew Pew is it doesn't have great mouth you'll have and I don't even know what it is. What is that supposed to sound like some sort of like futuristically gunners have those and so we'd get to shout a bit but then after a while you know that this is coming and you'll have seen him fail a couple of times right you'll have seen him not not succeed? And then you're dreading you're experiencing dread you you have mortal not mortal dread in a literal sense but in terms of your enjoyment the literal end to that that I suppose I think given the rules of the game is played today in Nineteen Sixteen. It's not feasible but you could imagine a future sometime in the next hundred or so years when baseball liberalizes the baseline basically and says. There's no need to run directly to the base. This is a game of tag so please go in any direction you want and and in that case the idea of constantly going forward would make a lot more sense. You could even imagine. Well I might ask you in a moment to imagine but you could even imagine that that would be the default that every played appearance with last one one batter and that there would be no there would be no runners left on bet. You couldn't go part way. You had to finish finish your circuit by the end of that plate appearance and then every single batter who put the ball in play would be to an extremely expensive game of tag in which his his plate appearance hinges not just on his ability to hit the ball hard although that is significant start but on his ability to avoid tags and caused general general chaos and I I sort of think that I would like that although I do think that having runners on base is a nice way of giving game texture that you you don't WanNa have every plate appearance start in exactly the same space like it would be boring if you were watching American have you. Do you know American football this game. They're playing on college campuses. I've heard I've heard of it so you wouldn't want to have a game of football where every play starts on the thirty yard line and it's like third third and and six like you. Sometimes you like to have first and ten sometimes you like to have fourth in one. Sometimes you like to have second in two. Sometimes you like to be on the ten yard line and sometimes you like to be on the forty yard line line and all that gives it variety it would be boring to have a game where every play was at exact same place in the same way with baseball. It's nice to have runners in scoring position. Like isn't that just a magical phrase runners in scoring position it sounds so good runners in swab risk even makes.
"dan mintz" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank
"End. That's such an eighties movies like we saved the house allison like fucking. 'cause you 'cause you you break down just out of formula at a certain point and it's so annoying sell annoyed with it when they make you do it like you're not earning this. Just just play the media. Earn it at all but i fucking tear up. I hated beautiful mind. Add me do that at the end so he everyone stands classroom muses planning and i'm crying but i'm like. I don't one thing i saw a barbeque. Nothing notice achieved from his struggle. It was achieved before he was still a teenager. They just discovered his formula later and i'm crying and i took my fucking soda. I throw it out. I went out and play video games. You're making me cry. You went right back to repress so kill bill glorious bastard. He'll bill is great. Kill bill was got him for the first half. Doing one of the first half is so the animating was cool. It was that you didn't notice after a minute that it was in you noticed when he started and then you're like this is just a story line and lucy. Liu is an awesome villain. It was just a i mean there's the shots are so cool music so cool and then part two was like more dialogue heavy into the dialogue is cool and you really get into it. The acting was fucking. I'm great yeah. I'm bucking the fuck you know. He drove around pussy wagon. Tarantino was driving that around. I heard the role while that's awesome. Yeah just actually can't tell if it wasn't tarantino would not be awesome right but it's awesome good attendance things like you're a dork but then mike put me on your fucking directing so good yeah you get away with more yeah. I'm trying to michael madison that he was a good villain. <hes> down hannah's really hot like the. I've had said that he did shit wrong. Somebody's got revenge yeah. That was kinda cool. What a fucking good movie. Yes it's a great as inglorious bastards close bachelor change. My critique of glorious passage. I think is a really good movie. My critique is not enough of the bastards right now. I would like that. I seen brad pitt scalping nazis. I'm like this is fucking awesome and then it became more about kristof wall twos graydon it but i just wanted more of the bastards yeah. That was one of those. I had a daydream of since i go into show business. You know i wanna tarintino movie but i don't know how we're gonna. Kill kill bill. There's no place for me may but you could could have been the guy who who shows up when she's in a coma and tries the first. I'm buck buck yeah but when dan mintz and b._j. Novak we're in the bastards of joy. You could have been another mike. Oh it's just going to pass me by. I'm never gonna chance those. That was my dream. When those guys got it god. How could i mean roth is debatable. What a cool character. Cool guy just brakes. Nazis faces. Just loves it god. You're you're right. Sam levine was in. They really jude it up yeah and so you would have been able to work as one of the bastards would've loved it too..
"dan mintz" Discussed on Probably Science
"Everyone Shits Shits on the last one and I like all of them. I don't care I'd like the whole I like trying to figure out the timelines of all of them. I've watched all the videos I've I've just sat there for a while and just wrote what my own timelines up for no reason just like just trying to make sense of him like well. Maybe this is where the t five thousand came from. You have ten remember when I first got really bothered with time travel in movies. It's probably just back to the future even just then I was like wait her once you get to the point that you're the bootstrap paradox thing like no one can ever get around it and then they also have to make up like here's here's the rules for our dumb universe yeah. There's multiple rules yeah. The bootstrap paradox is you can't sort of a police officer by your own bootstraps. Is that what I mean like as soon as you. The fundamental thing is like what if you just went back in time and destroy the time machine before you got in it well then you never went back and and you never went back and destroyed it so then you did then they didn't like the grandfather paradox thing or something kind of kind of the same paradox the grandfather author paradox like Oh go back and kill you like what about killing your dad or telling like why's it gotta be. The GRANDPA like specifically its like. Wouldn't it be the same thing if you killed your dad or for your mom or anybody else. I don't like the guy who delivered you or something. You know. What he did was the dilemma? If you killed Hitler he wouldn't have become Hitler's so then you just be. I forgot what it's called like has the joke about killed Hitler then there would never be there. Wouldn't we wouldn't even know the name Hitler together would we'd known as the only babied ever ever had been killed by a time traveler right. The reference vehicle came out of space sweet baby has done something else is joke. I forgot who I wouldn't be surprised. If it's like Dan Mintz most of the jokes I quote in that's fine <hes> I just put at the top of this document a story that was sent in by Holly Gabrielson of Los Angeles California -Fornia Gabrielson from Los Angeles Wade Right. This is a new Christmas story. We had a Christmas story law swing crisper cast night. I've heard of that. I've been following that so KRISTA. The genetic tool for the first time has been used in humans to treat patients with genetic disorders. I was specifically someone with sickle cell disease by the way. Do you ever listen to Pete Holmes podcast. I have listened to it. Did you know that he has like a slogan if you will or a motto or a I._T.. He says at the end no I don't. I'm wondering if we should have our he says keep it crispy should we should we start saying the Christopher keep it. I don't think we should know okay. That's too bad candidate that out. It's happening. They have editing not I went back in time and destroyed although it actually says he went back and Tim and destroyed so the first time doctors in the U._S.. Have used the powerful gene editing technique called crisper to try to defeat a patient with a genetic. I'm sorry no editing has been remember that much about the Marvel Universe but space it needs to we now try to treat a patient with a genetic disorder. It's just amazing how far things have come says Victoria Gray thirty four Forest Mississippi. It is wonderful. She told N._p._R.. In an an exclusive.
"dan mintz" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"We'll be close to sixty by next Wednesday. So just wanted to everyone tailgaters for them. Mall for the Cowboys game. Make sure you bundle up. It's going to be cold. But the sun should be out. Looks like Rafter the new our good news right now Chevy's we're giving away. Of course, a free Cup of coffee brewing with Bruno off six to nine. Also, get a free carol-lee travel mug despite stopping buying saying how much you love us here at KRLD right now. A chubby were at forty six degrees. All right, sir. Thank you very much. And of course, Dan Mintz Sunday for the game. The Cowboys game. We're live in the Mercedes Benz plano news center. According to the New York Times outside investigators hired by CBS uncovered reports of misconduct by some sixty minutes employees, and that includes never before reported claims of sexual assault against Don Hewitt, creator of sixty minutes. Ben investigators reportedly did not find a quote, toxic work or frat house environment for women in the wider news division, a finding disputed by multiple employees, current female employees, tell us they have experienced a toxic workplace or frat house environment including harassment and being made to feel uncomfortable. A draft report prepared for the CBS sport uncovered allegations of wrongdoing at the top levels of the most successful television. News program in US history in its fifty one year history. Sixty minutes has been run by just to give producers, Don Hewitt, and Jeff Fager. Both now reportedly face misconduct allegations reviewed by the New York Times. Rachel Abrams from elite draft of a CBS investigation. It seemed like the investigators were very very thorough. We know they interviewed hundreds of people and their report included mixed results. According to the times, the report found the success of sixty minutes allowed it to operate separately from the rest of the news division, which led to misconduct by some sixty minutes employees in one instance, a former worker claimed Hewitt's sexually assaulted her on repeated occasions and destroyed her career CBS reportedly settled with the woman for total of five million dollars, plus seventy five thousand dollars a year for life normally with a figure that bag. You assume that the company has a reason to believe it's something very serious went on few at retired in two thousand four and died. Five years later Fager has also faced allegations of sexual misconduct including claims he groped one employee. Investigators reportedly determined CBS news was justified in firing him earlier this year. For sending a threatening text message to CBS correspondent Rica Dunkin and then allegedly lying about it to investigators. They also gave credit where credit was due and credited Mr. faker within some instances promoting women Fager told the times of the techs quote. My intent was only to demand fairness and in response to the report he said, this is the first I'm hearing some of these allegations. I was not given the opportunity by CBS investigators to respond that is CBS's Vladimir it's eight fourteen time for the Brad sham. Cowboys report presented by the San pack family of dealerships and Lon Smith roofing. Hi, everyone. This is today's Dallas Cowboys report. I'm Brad sham. The defense that has carried the Cowboys in their four game winning streak. Back to relevance will be severely tested again. Sunday by the revitalized Philadelphia Eagles. They have weapons everywhere. But Cowboys cornerback Byron Jones one of the top rated players in the league at his position believes in. What has spurred his unit on I think the bonds. That we have are important guys are just getting getting to know each other on a personal level, and we're planning for each other. And at the end today defense is mocked by how many turnovers. I think we're starting to really accumulate turnovers on defense aside and giving them our offense a chance to score again and belonged were consistent in that. And the hard part is being consistent. You can't shut the saints down for ten points. And then go on to the next game and give up twenty seven. The the goal is to continue that intensity. It's the Cowboys and the Philadelphia Eagles with first place in the NFC east at stake Sunday at three twenty five central at AT and T stadium. That's today's Cowboys report..
"dan mintz" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast
"I'd to white my legs. It's up, but you guys. And it's all hot chicks that are there to see Dane cook and they're like, oh, but then they're like, okay, that was funny. It was. I got laughed, and I'd never seen before fluidly dance Falker. Remember that joke and I didn't. I never really told it. It was just like something I'd throw in every now and then I love it and the swear to God an Oxnard last week. I was in a little bit of a whole and I set it and it got a laugh. Yeah, whatever happened to that. And then I, and for the first time I ever ever ever joke, I started trying to work it out. Oh, wow. And I was like, oh, once against reason, I'll do comic share how many, because the things that happened to me, I go like don't have an antibody. Right, right. That's so funny. Got Dan, I'm I'm jealous that it wasn't as good as that some enjoy your line. No. No. Great. Are the same value? They are the same value jokes are so fucking and I don't have any of them there. So like I mean, it's like some, but like. And it's like, I'm not look. I'm not. I'm not. I'm not, you know, Dan Mintz where they write these perfectly crafted lines, and that's it. My shit is all story based mind. We're very similar. I'm going to go up -solutely and the example is the, I remember the first time ever knowing who you were. I was in the car. I can tell you where I was a love when I can tell you where I was and story. Yeah, we were driving cigarette used to live in, fuck in Koreatown. Korea town. She'd like right. Near McArthur park. Yeah, robot MacArthur park. It was really fucking where you get all the heroin you want. Yeah, and I was pulling off his road getting driving downtown to try to get to the one on one and he was giggling about something. And I said, what? And he goes, if you heard bronner's Al joke, and I was like, who's Braga? And he goes, oh dude. It might be the best joke ever written. And I was like, we'll tell him, he goes, it's not that kind of joke. I can't tell you gotta see it. Yeah, dude, I hunted this fucking algae for like months, looking for looking for looking for it, and I think you even went up on stage one night and I was like, are you going to tell your joke and you're like, probably not. I'm working on new stuff and I was like, mother, some, sorry. No, No, but. but but yeah, that was the first time that was the one that broke me. That was definitely like may created a career for me. I remember they did this like comedy central, two thousand nine, nine comics thousand nine and it was like me, Nick Kroll. Whitney Cummings Z's couple of other people, and it was like, we all talked about each other and people were just talking about my algebra. Don't even talking about me and I'm like, man, that's one joke. I have guys guys where they taught about one joke and you're like, oh, no, no, no, no, I like it..
"dan mintz" Discussed on I Think You're Interesting
"We think like is very exportable and we want to have bring directors into do stuff with now selling myself. What did I learn. Thing, though it's but is very exciting untapped being, I think, especially when people are making five hundred sand specials a year. There's a definitely a different slightly different way to do it trauma Laney's thing. His looks really, really, really slick Rory Scoville done some really nice stuff. People push against it. Well, we started talking about this process of having your first movie out there, so that experience of crossing over into the mainstream? Yes, yes. Has a with this movie, especially, has that changed how you feel or think about yourself. What a question, it's definitely weird to have felt like the outside. You know, internet guy talking shit about the culture and now you like slightly invited to the table. But I mean it's a very small indie, Artie table, but that's cool. I was very intimidated by the world film. It's been much kinder to me than I ever thought it would be and not to open up a whole conversation. But like the real thing I was most worried about was the way my movie would sort of integrate with the political moment, which I felt like I thought it was. I thought it would integrate well, but just wasn't sure about, you know, me being who I am, not an internet person, but you know, big tall, white dude making movie about a young woman, but I tried to approach it sensitively and it's been nice to feel like it's been accepted. We end every episode by asking our guests, some of the same questions. So I'm gonna ask you some of those and. And the first one is, who is the filmmaker alive or dead that you've learned the most from that you've never met? Well, probably. I mean, all of them. Really been any of them. I will say. I will say Paul Thomas Anderson. Okay. You know, because it's no one wants to say him milling. No one wants to say because they sound like a loser. I think he's just the best. What's your favorite of his? Probably the master. Yeah, probably seen that one the most. I want to say that Paul, Thomas Anderson is popular answer that question. I never get the same favorite movie though. Which I think is in the first one to say the master punch drunk love. I love hundred. Hundred. Eleven. Eleven everybody masters. Like definitely my favorite three run movie, whether it's a a movie you saw or a TV show you watched bookie read something like the last pop culture thing that you did and what did you think of it that I have consumed halfway through this succession? Okay. Yeah, I'm liking it. Yeah, Lincoln and the bardo. Yeah, I read that again. Muesli of George understand and finally, as a comedian, what is a joke? Somebody else told that you're just like really an off that like you almost wish you could have told even if it didn't would made sense for you to tell it wouldn't have. It's as sedan minced joke in Hannemann. That's right. Yes. Dan Mintz this the hardest of a relaxed watching stand up when I was I was in the theater, but he was BJ Novak and friends of the New York. Comedy festival like ten years ago, and it was, I believe, in the philosophy that you should use every part of the animal when you kill it. Yeah. For example, I killed a polar bear the other day, and I use the job the polar bear to make a knife with and the rest of the polar bear to have sex with. The cultural moments our on that over not allowed to go after like sex, polar bears, but I think it was just so shocking and surprising to me. And if you watched Dan mince his his delivery is so good feel like depression, but it's very, yeah, he well, he does on Bob's burgers. Yes, yes. So people will know him as the voice there. Well, thank you so much for ending the podcast in that fashion. Over time. Thank you. I realized that this is a universal thing now, but I am so glad we didn't have the internet when I was in the eighth grade. I'd just like just by the skin of
"dan mintz" Discussed on The Ralph Report
"Really comedy class at the comedy store and because i was like hey under is twenty one and i was like hey under twenty one epa take your class can i perform like yeah they weren't like they were like but you're gonna give us like seven hundred dollars three times you're welcome to drive up from san diego to take a class of the comedy comedy star in the eggo right sure okay so that's when i i watched i got really into it i watched last comic standing i was really inspired it was like that i have been more inspired by people genuinely people who are find that have zero talent who are successful inspire me more than people who are sure they think that makes you think you have shot like you do things well everyone not just not you i mean it's amazing that for every wildly successful talented person there are four wildly successful people with not that much talent i think that's about the ratio you ever every genius actor i see on television i see four who have popular series or like they're just they're just okay either they look great or the right place right time or i mean there's a lot of other elements that play into success in the entertainment business without cynicism or maybe one hundred percents i think there's more on counted sure yeah talent is rare success is not my friend dan mintz very funny great comedian guy he has he says this he says that that.