22 Burst results for "David Blaine"

Kate Winslet Managed to Hold Her Breath for 7 Minutes

Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show

01:39 min | 3 months ago

Kate Winslet Managed to Hold Her Breath for 7 Minutes

"Long do you think you can hold your breath. i don't know no learning sack minute. Well showy try it. Kate winslet just set a record for holding her breath underwater to film a movie scene. She was an underwater scene for avatar. Two and she held her breath for seven minutes and fourteen seconds. No way now that beats the old record set by unsurprisingly tom cruise. Tom cruise held the record for the longest breath. Hold while filming underwater previous to this for mission impossible rogue nation when he went six minutes holding his breath. That's insane kate. Winslet said it was brilliant. And i was very proud of myself and i'll probably never be able to do that again. It came at the end of four weeks of intense training and it was in the dive tank. It was in the training tank. But i loved it so neither kate nor tom will break the real breath holding record anytime soon of you ever heard what the actual guinness record is for. David blaine hold it now. Alec alexey cigarette vendrell. Whoever that is twenty four minutes and three seconds. How do you live.

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Remembering Eddie Van Halen with Steve Gorman

Bobbycast

06:35 min | 5 months ago

Remembering Eddie Van Halen with Steve Gorman

"Joining me now is Steve. Gorman who was the drummer in the Black Crowes who now plays with trigger hippy and before we talk about some of the Black Crowes stuff in your book I. I saw tweets even it was talking about Eddie Van Halen, which is Kinda. Why you here you say there will be many many words written and spoken about Eddie. Van. Halen, over the next few days, weeks, months and years those millions of words will never come close to expressing what he meant a rock music what he meant to guitarist and what he meant to the guitar itself that's pretty powerful statement Mr Gorman what did Eddie and remind me to rock music I. Think it's it's pretty simple. You can say that he and Jimi Hendrix of the two guys. That truly, and and only the two guys that moved the needle for the guitar itself I mean Hendrix. came out of a blue based. seem. And took the playing and the tone he could get to a new place but even hail and. Really almost came in from another country. Another planet I should say another he's like an alien life form I mean, he was a virtuosic player obviously but he He reinvented what what you could do is to guitar and the fact of the matter is this. Like Hendrix. But even to a greater degree, anybody tries to play like Eddie. Van Halen. Just sounds like a mind a mimic they. It's like rich little doing Johnny Carson okay. Yeah. That kind of sounds like him but. There's nothing nobody's ever been able to do any van. Halen. Did it make it feel a certain way? That each just the and he was that way at twenty two I mean, this is this is not a guy like it's not like David Blaine magic tricks where he gets bigger and better every year he started with card tricks that other people did I even Halen hit the ground running with Van Halen one playing an instrument that have been around for centuries unlike anybody else had ever done I mean he was on the Mount. Rushmore. Of Great Depar- players. At twenty two years old and then, and then he stuck around for another forty years still playing unlike anybody before sin. So I just think that in terms of. You know. Sheer unique. Mindset ambition combined with just. Great talent obviously. But but also phenomenal work ethic I mean he's just a complete unicorn in every sense of the word. How would you describe his guitar sound and I say that I know what I think of it but I wasn't I just messed van Halen like I came around right as you guys were blowing up honestly so that for me the van Halen was slightly classic rock slightly old rock to me as A. Kid. So as someone 'cause, you're just years older than I am but how would you describe his guitar sound someone who was in in it and living it in love and Van Halen? Well I can tell you that that was thirteen years old the first time I heard Van Halen and I remember it. I remember where I was I remember who I was with. It was going home from school in Hopkinsville Kentucky. You really got me there kinks the you know the their cover, the kinks song came on the radio. And and it was playing already and I said, Hey, mom turn that up. It was me and my mom and my friend Brooke. Lofton. The three of us in a car and she turned it up and I my first thought was. That must be like a live version of the king song and I was thinking like we don't they don't rock or do they. But when it hit that Solo and then by the time, the song ended I realized well, that does that's not ray Davey seeing this is clearly a cover version but what on earth is this and it was like making my? Hair on the back of my neck stand up. This is a time when I thought punk rock was the coolest thing in the world. and. The truth is Van Halen was more punk than the punks because they were truly breaking down a bunch of barriers if you will or they were going in their own. You know there hasn't been a band like Van Halen since led Zeppelin in terms of. Rock band hits the ground running at full steam and it obliterates everything in their path in a certain sense and. Jimmy van Halen sound it sounded like California was in my head. You know soon as I realized soon as I heard about them, they're from La, and as soon as I saw David Lee Roth and then as soon as I heard more than you know the next thing I heard was eruption Guitar Solo and you know hearing just two pieces of their first album and seeing what they look like it just. It felt brand new and it already felt like they're going to be around forever. You just knew from the jump and this is me as a thirteen year old kid who is obsessed with music. This band is one of the Alzheimer's like there's nothing like this and they all have the chops and the other thing too as long as I'm just rambling incessantly any van Halen was a great rhythm player. It wasn't just about the Solos he led the band rhythmically and he's also it needs to be noted not that it's not obvious. He's a hell of a songwriter I mean he really was. As I said before he's a true Unicorn I mean, just just nothing like it. What does this sound like do you? It sounds frequent and right in right in the zone near your your key. That's one thing because listen I played a little bit I don't play even as good as my friends who are real life musicians, but it's perfect frequency and frequency is in the tone or the, but as because it's a lot. I mean Brad Paisley plays unnoticed Brad. Paisley. Because I hear the chicken Pickin I hear a very distinct sound and again I didn't catch van Halen as it was happening in my childhood. But when I hear Van Halen Song even if I, it's I, don't know who it is. Just hear the guitar part I hear the Eddie van Halen because I how fast he shreds but the pattern that he does it, you can just tell. By By his fingers and it just kind of again it's hard to explain when you ask about music but that's what I think about and I try to. Always try to. Prepare analogies and most of the people who listen to this podcast here between twenty to forty, and if you were to make an analogy to another band, it's GonNa be tough because Van Halen was massive. But who later on had the kind of? Impact or. Reflected the mass listening that Van Halen had well. What band what yeah. What band can we look at now or in the last ten years and see? Okay. Well, that's how big Van Halen was to the people that were the kids in the eighties.

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"david blaine" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

The Complete Guide to Everything

05:55 min | 6 months ago

"david blaine" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

"I feel like including when he so when he lego at twenty, four, thousand, nine, hundred feet as he's like. The Guy Goes. Over the radio because he because he's like, no, you're close enough like you WanNa hit twenty, five thousand feet that sounds better. But also as the guys undoing things, it's too late don't start yelling wait wait wait that's what he wants to hear right before. I on the ground. WAS NOT. One of David Blaine like normal God it was. It was the guy who jumped into the no that was him saying yeah. That stuff I didn't know that so. He kept advising him to do stuff. Like. No ask this other guy, the guy right next he'll tell you I did things do you even know who I am? Although. I think it does add a level of like, wow. The Guy who jumped out of a plane without a parachute to land in a net is telling him like, Hey, come on. Enough Yeah. And I think this is I think that goes back to my problem with. I'm a problem with this because I I thought the buried alive thing I thought the the ice thing. Frozen. In time I thought you said, this was just about ascension. But this one it was like. It seems like this was on some levels more difficult. Than what that other guy did? Yeah. Certainly a lot more coordination. Yeah but it. Didn't seem as impressive as what that other guy did you? Yeah and that's the thing and he was like I understand the logistical challenges. Of doing something like this. But at the end of the day in terms of like boom hey what did he do? Shit? He jumped from twenty five thousand feet without a parachute into a net, and this is like Oh shit. What did he do? He attached himself to a bunch of. Balloons and some equipment disguises balloons and he have parachute on. But then at some point, he did put a parachute on and then he hooked himself from the balloons and then he. Skydive from there. That's cool. But like I don't know. It's not. It's not a snappy Tom I like it when it's snappy. Yeah, I'M GONNA communication with real bad. It seemed like David. Blaine couldn't hear that guy very well and he kept asking very specific questions. People on the ground. Probably should have heard David Blaine fine if we could hear. David. Blaine. So David Blaine was like, should I unhook my left shoulder? qx I should I'm going to unhook my left shoulder correct. Correct. Correct, then the guy would the guy wouldn't say lick all he's looking for is correct. Yeah. Just say to David Blaine, correct correct. Just like yeah, and in the guy is just Like..

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"david blaine" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

The Complete Guide to Everything

03:09 min | 6 months ago

"david blaine" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

"But I mean, have you ever seen a ten thousand square foot net? No I've never seen a ten thousand square. Where would I see a ten thousand square foot net exactly. So it's not like he jumped at this up to that that you see every day. I just know watching from the video of him, doing it from the video of the guys behind him filming them. that. Guys behind have to do with it i. just I was thinking as I'm looking at the net that that's too small then yes way too small to be able to hit what if there's just a bill gust of wind. And he can't hit that net and also it sounds like he you know dive headfirst into the net he had to line lineup the net and be like all right. I think I'm lined up and then flip over see he'd land on his back that's terrifying because. You certainly, at some point during that had to have been like Oh this is taking too long. I missed the net and I'm badges splatter the ground. And he died doing mrs he didn't die. He landed in the net perfectly and it was fine. I get him being like, yeah I don't WanNa wear pack if I'm going to do this I don't WanNa wear parachute at all because guess what if I missed the net I've got fifty feet to pull this parachute. What good is that GonNa do me like you should not be doing this at all but if you're gonNA be doing it yeah I guess do without a parachute because who cares? I also assume the two guys with the camera that were. Dropping along with them. That they were there like if something went catastrophically wrong in the beginning, they could've Goddamn or something I don't know how that works. I know that there's a way if somebody's parachute isn't working till like catch them, but it's going to break their arms probably. But it's like a way to hold them so that like you're not gonNA, they're not gonna let go when you pull your shoot right but it is going to eight year arms with there's. kind of it was something like it was like a wrestling hold or something you put him in a full Nelson and then they'll be fine. They will be fine. You'll smash both their arms. But but This Guy What a crazy thing to do, and then this guy was the guy with David Blaine who is like, Hey, don't. Put, put the damn oxygen on our. Day had basically also can we touch on how bad the communication was during this entire stunt? Yeah definitely and Tom I'm telling you right now we're pivoting. This is no longer an episode of the stunts of David, Blaine. Episode Frank Discussion. David Blaine ascension. Yes. This yeah. So much cross talk. I guess there's not that much to say except that there were so much crosstalk..

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"david blaine" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

The Complete Guide to Everything

05:25 min | 6 months ago

"david blaine" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

"In the morning but non the afternoon but when he was doing it yeah. But I think again. What I'm saying is. Go with being. Safe. He was like, no, there can't be a possibility of getting hit by lightning. Right although one of his other tricks was essentially him getting hit by lightning but in that case, he knew it was going to happen. So it's different precautions, right? Okay. So Sorry. You were explaining exactly what it is. Yeah. He was going to do it over New York. Like a day or two before that was supposed to happen they said we can't do it in New York. The weather is not cooperating. We're GONNA do it in Arizona which makes sense because yeah you can go in the middle of the desert and there's No Wind No. Rain or anything that's hot, which presents other issues. But not nearly the issues wind with the balloons were heating up tom the balloons were heating up. That's why they had to get going at one point. So the idea was. That there would be a bunch of weather balloons filled with helium and he would. I was a little I wasn't crazy about the whole like he's holding onto them because he wasn't holding onto him. It was just said he was harnessed in a way that his arm was stuck in the harness essentially So it looked like he was holding onto them. which he did take off later on so he could do we need to do. But the idea was that he would go up in helium balloons which you know a child dream what if I got enough balloons to actually lift me off the ground Gonzo style right and he did it and then To add. More. Excitement to it. That once he got to a certain height, he would have to put a parachute on in the air. He couldn't put parachute on before he went up. I, don't know why. and then at a certain height at the height of that I believe they didn't specify exactly what they said the height that jets fly at would-be when he would let go and parachute down not like go obviously just release himself. which presents a huge amount of other issues because once you get. A few thousand feet it starts getting very cold and there's very little oxygen up there. So he added endure those things so for him. He said, this kind of combined a lot of the other stunts he's done because he had very little oxygen so he needs to be able to stay conscious while he was doing this. Year to sustain extremely cold temperatures which he's done before. It's Not. Have a giant fear of heights some before, and then he's had to fall from a great height although this was the greatest site that I believe. These fallen from Yeah in any tally skydived from higher but that yeah well, and that was part of it that to do all this stuff, it was I think more preparation. These ever had do because he had to complete five hundred skydives to get his skydive certification is so low certification or whatever it is He had to get a balloonist license to be able to fly a balloon. Honestly, how hard is that? You never go like Oh, man these the real heroes are the hot air balloon. That must be. Thousands of hours of training like I understand that that's another thing he had to do. But like it's not like oh here to. Log Fifty thousand hours flying a plane to get his pilot's license or something..

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"david blaine" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

The Complete Guide to Everything

04:27 min | 6 months ago

"david blaine" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

"It involved blame floating while holding onto a cluster of fifty two helium filled balloons using a harness stunt took place on the morning of September Second Twenty Twenty Yep that was yesterday. In page Arizona streamed live on Youtube at Youtube original? program. He got to in altitude of twenty, four, thousand, nine, hundred feet above sea level. And then he let go of the balloons and parachuted down towards a flat ravine close the initially planned landing soon. and he pulled it off. Any also had to put the parachute on. Yes so explain explain what you watched yesterday Tom and you and I were watching together. I jumped off before end I got I got frankly I found it to be kind of boring. While year at dull man if you find. So explain explain in your Dole man if you didn't watch the whole thing just in case you get to see a man die. Yeah and that's that's the other thing. Is that what we're in this for I'm not no I do not WanNa see why there's a thrill knowing that that's a possibility. That's Penn teller thing. Tom that they say if a magician or Artist performance artist endures. They're actually putting themselves real harm's way in front of an audience that's actually unethical. Because if you have a bunch of people there watching you. Actually die that will be a traumatic experience absolutely, and that wasn't an ethical thing to do to those people. I wait to your audience not to die and I'm not sure if that counts for like tiny tim who dropped it during a concert. Base there. To this episode. Called Tiny Tim Unethical for dying during a performance. I say that that's not what this means. It means like if that's part of your act. Yeah Well and I think. David Blaine and he's pretty upfront about this stuff. That he's doing everything not everything I mean he could not do these things but he's taking every precaution. And that every every scenario do every scenarios tried to be imagined. that. If during pretty much any actually no. Yeah. During any of his stunts. If he's in trouble, there's a way for him to dump out of it essentially to either get help the coward's way out. No the coward's way out is committing suicide. He isn't do that. Is that what you're talking about? No, don't say that time. Well, that's what they call it I'm not saying that that I think that way. But when you say taking the coward's way out, that's what that means taking. The coward's way out doesn't mean radioing somebody going hey, Gimme out of this thing. Let's being you're just always so quick to call. Greater men than yourself cowards. Who else astronauts? They're not cowards they're just not that great. So. He was originally going to do this in New York City, which would have been nuts which I think is a lie I think that was to drum up publicity possibly a except. He was GonNa do it two days before it actually happened in New York City and I think if it was to drum up publicity, they would have kept the date the same. But here's my counter kids if they were like, oh, it's not 'cause the their thing was oh, the weather patterns in New York City. are going to be inconvenient or it will. It will make this impossible and they were. In fairness. What. Do you mean during the on August thirtieth September first and September second? We did not have perfect weather here. The weather was all over the place we had rain and wind..

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"david blaine" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

The Complete Guide to Everything

04:29 min | 6 months ago

"david blaine" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

"I. Want to see him do levitated. I WanNa do I wanna see 'em fake some stuff. No 'cause I like both I appreciate how good of magician is how good of a specially close up magician? I. Think he's Proud he's better than Penn and teller. Close up now. Oh I don't know he's probably not better than Taylor yeah but he is very good. He's up. There is probably better than pen. Yeah. He's one of the top. Five or ten magicians of the world. I. Don't think you're qualified to make that look if there were tied or than I would know them know he just he's on TV and he hangs out with Leonardo DiCaprio. Leonardo DiCaprio. Because Leonardo DiCaprio knows he's one of the top five or ten close up magicians in the world learning. Leonardo DiCaprio's GonNa hang out with the twenty seventh. Best. Close up magician the world now invite him into his vaunted P. Policy. That sounds of worst and when you say. I know. I don't think he was part of that. Was He he was. All I know is that the guy who played lex luthor on Smallville was part of it and that you know. Kind of threw me whereas who is in this It make sense said he wasn't walking around with a bunch of. People at his caliber he wasn't like George. Clooney. Europe part of this. Is like now. I'M GONNA get some guys who are you know a step or two below Leonardo? DiCaprio's level of fame. Tom David Blaine. Hope Y. Toby. Maguire's thou wire there to member wire though I see is like his. Down he's headed down as a step up from the other guys but I see him as. Toby's my right hand guy. Harmony Corine Who Harmony? With that I think I think his last name is pronounced Coron Tom the day that you start. Correcting people on pronunciations come on the today's that day I've started. Kevin Connolly e from. Entourage. Jay R Ferguson, who I do not know Oh he was once a child actor who appeared on evening shade. Yeah Oh. He's on madman to I guess Lukas. Haas yeah I remember us like a child actor and current actor. Yeah it also seems like he he. Not only were. They like a step down from him they he got people that were kind of weird look into. Yeah. In like. He's he's handsome, right? Yes he's not necessarily A. He's traditionally boyishly handsome. Young but he's not. Like low level. You know. Post High School we'd dealer. Asking me for a little while like. Radhi beer post high school re- dealer handsome. That'll. trope. So Anyway David Blaine. Yes I think. He. I think you know him. Because he's good at what he does but he also a good publicist and he's part of that posse that everybody the beloved. Posse yeah. So while we talk about the most recent stunt, he's done. This is why we're talking about. It stunts 'cause it's newsworthy and we were primarily news program. Yeah and we didn't want to cover. This is before it happened because what if things went tragically, wrong Right Okay David, Blaine ascension and from where we're sitting this just happened yesterday. Was that yesterday. Time means nothing it might have been six. Yes it.

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"david blaine" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

The Complete Guide to Everything

04:18 min | 6 months ago

"david blaine" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

"Yeah. Well I don't take a NAP everyday. You should be a lot more sprite I'm pretty. Tom, you haven't seen me I skip everywhere now. You have dark circles under your. So's are cosmetic Tim I've told you I'm. Do the pandemic mom gang really into goth culture. That's cool. Yeah. All right. So you've been on the Kito Diet for two days. Yes. No naps. Hey, my nephew. Today I took a little nap backed up. Let's say my year old nephew just got off naps. Has Ever. Talk about. Kito now is that. PUT, on Kito. Yeah I, disagree with it unlike you they are doing it. So he'll lose weight and I just think that's Too Bad precedent to set for a child. Tom. We're gathered here this week to talk about. A great man. A wonderful man, a generous man kind man a cool man. The coolest man Tim you're making me blush. No No. Not You Tom V. Magician and. Endurance performer. Endurance performance I would say. David, Blaine. Yes. How old do you think David Blaine is I think he is forty seven years forty seven. Okay. But I was right? Yeah. You know what like I feel like? Like. Drew Barrymore is. Fifty. Forty five really she's like she's a little older than. I mean, that's crazy. I was thinking I did not know she's I mean it makes sense like I've seen. A recent picture of her and yeah, that checks out. But the David Blaine things surprise me just because. When I saw those Oh he's eight years older than me nine years older than you. But then I thought about well win. He became a guy that people knew though we were teenagers. So when you're a teenager and somebody's twenty six. There're an adult, they're like a regular person when I was twenty six I was not at adult I was not a regular person. Yeah. Even when you're like. Eighteen and. Twenty six year old. There's no difference between a twenty, six year old than a fifty four. Right you're both competent adults who are world-weary you know everything. Certainly. When when David blame I started doing stuff I did not think to myself. You know what? If I concentrated eight years from now I could be where he was. But I probably have been. No there's no way you have to be a maniac. If I was I'm saying if I was a maniac if I did the same training that he did. Yeah that's true. Yeah, Tom, we've done an episode on David Blaine before before we get. So. Many letters, sulman emails. Right. As letters when they're unhappy, you've already done. David. Blaine and Tom Sounds like he is dangerous food allergy. I can see the switchboard lighten up right now. Tom This week, we're going to focus on his stunts endurance. I'm pretty short. That's what we talked about last time I don't know what else are. We would've talked about this his -ality, yeah, he's Magic I. Guess Here's here's my. This is I think where you and I differ David Blaine. I'm not really I don't really care about the stunts I don't I'm not that. The stunts are boring to me I want to see him do card tricks..

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David Blaine: Daredevil takes flight with helium-filled balloons

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

02:57 min | 6 months ago

David Blaine: Daredevil takes flight with helium-filled balloons

"Illusionist David Blaine says he didn't have control of anything for his latest stunt that took him very high into the Arizona sky. Yesterday. 80 sees Matt Gutman reports took 52 giant helium balloons to get him up and gravity to bring David Blaine back down to the Arizona desert floor. In his first major life event in nearly a decade, the illusionist soaring more than 4.5 miles in the air, hosted by all those balloons. It was a scene lifted right out of the beloved kids movie on blame, dedicating the feed to his own kid, nine year old Desa, who was right there by his side as he took off and as he floated off into the stratosphere, the temperature dropping into the single digits, the air dangerously thin, available oxygen on lied about Half the amount at sea level, putting him in a serious risk. High poxy is when you don't get enough oxygen because you go to high. You have no idea what you're doing is you're completely five. It's like you're drunk, and as he keeps climbing, Blaine is communicating with his ground team. Including Desa anything up. Um Or it's 16,000 now. We're probably gonna go up. Where the airplanes go, and as he climbs to nearly a jets cruising altitude, the oxygen shortage hits it's 95 blamed, finally pulling his oxygen tank out trying to get his wits about him for the most dangerous part yet coming back down, Finally, almost an hour after he took off as you reaches 24,900 ft, he gets the signal. Releases the safety and plummets at over 125 miles an hour for minutes straight, he free falls towards the earth, then pulls that parachute cord came down in a Gallup almost deliriously happy. And for the flight back to go see his daughter Desa. This time he took a helicopter that was actually beautiful. Top to bottom. K. Ken's a professional skydiver who helped blame prepare and talked him through it while he was in the air, revealing just how hard it was to get this right on event that requires whether to be bright wind has to be perfect. Everything has to line up. There's no stopping start. It's all live for everyone to see such an incredibly complex stunt and made more so because so much could go wrong and was complicated by the fact that originally Blaine apparently wanted to try it without a parachute, but the basic idea of a human grabbing a bunch of balloons and floating right off into space. Well, that just made for an uplifting

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"david blaine" Discussed on Nightly Pop

Nightly Pop

02:32 min | 6 months ago

"david blaine" Discussed on Nightly Pop

"Buddy's name and you go ahead and you just. Like text me as you're. Saying I. Love You. I'm in love with say. Shut up Dude and then dad is the signed for I. Love You. Little things don't listen to hunter don't listen to do arse Sicko and you ask called signal it's encrypted so even if they've got NSA level You know technologies it doesn't matter. They're not getting is password protected cheater we're moving on and we have more of this. Your chest keeps getting weirder over the weekend a couple of different airlines in Los Angeles. Spotted something very strange and there's nothing we love more than lame jokes from news anchors. Multiple pilots approaching Elliott Sunday night. Say They saw an unbelievable hazard in the sky we just passed the guy that's just. Stay at every day. Started has fire. Get Pack reported three hundred yards family alley final at about three thousand. Thankfully, there were no collisions and everyone is okay. La The LAPD was told about this, but they have not located this guy on a jet pack. Alrighty, you think for your next door, we may have to get GIO in the Jet Pack Got Him what an amazing joke. Where did they get those writers from Neilly? Bob Is that was incredible I you know to be honest I wasn't even thinking about the corny jokes. I jet packs were even a real thing. I always thought this was you know like something that worked minimally like twenty five feet with water on the water like I didn't know jet packs were a real thing that you could get that high up and be by planes. Am I had. No no you. Didn't someone in a movie where jetpack to once. Lions Yeah. Robert Downey Junior. Did it. The thing about jet packs of the places to be doing it near the airport might seem appropriate because you're taking flight, but it's the worst place to do it. Obviously do not have David Blaine producers on, say go to WanNa say this is what would have impressed me David Blaine? This mystery jetpack person is. Now. We have to take another break but up next to cheating husbands seals, his wife's identity lot of cheating today plus a couple summer fest, it's totally ruined..

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"david blaine" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

04:08 min | 6 months ago

"david blaine" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"So unimpressive. Yeah. It's like sounds chase thing where he was inside the ice and people are like, yeah I guess that that would be be hard right like that'd be bad for right and then it's like. Yeah, but he also doesn't do that like the they're still magic tricks with. illusions involved he's makes them slightly less impressive. So nobody thinks he's actually doing tricks. It's funny how we went from people like evil knievel who were just like I'm just going to throw my body at this thing and right probably break a lot of bones and you know do whatever to. Lake. David Blaine, flying balloons across a plane and like I am. The performer. Area it's a weird line that dead that goes from one thing to the other but it feels like that's where win as opposed to like a like Chris Angel type like David Blaine Criss Angel, I think are are now on doing different things whereas David Blaine really feels like he's trying to go like stunts. We're David Copperfield David Copperfield. Did like had these big specials like? His big stunts were like I'm going to walk through the Great Wall of China and then he would do it and even though you watched it on TV, you knew that it was a tricks on how because like literally that's physically impossible. So his evolution is to do things that you do you feel like don't need to be a trick like flying around on from balloons. But when you see him, do like his special on Netflix I've talked about never felt dumber than watching the David Blaine special and just being like. Clapping. Like just amazed at. The stuff he's doing He's sticking a through hands. Yeah. That shit was dough and Mike when. Me Fox like that he was. Feeling somebody brush the back of his neck even though he wasn't cool. There's there's there's there's I will say there's nothing there. You know what I mean. It's for sure it's definitely something there and there's a respect I have for it. But at the same time, it's like you're holding was like fifty helium balloons and just like floating across. got. I didn't watch it. Bro Good on you. anyways, this has been David Bland daily. Your daily check in with the magic of Blaine. He is also don't forget a member of Leonardo DiCaprio's Pussy posse come fact was a just part of Leonardo DiCaprio's entourage like post titanic. Before he was a famous magician like that's how he forgot about header proximity to fame before he became famous. You know. Greatest magic trick ever pulled and getting into into Leo's partly. Eighty two percents is trending because there's ally that Biden wants to raise taxes on eighty two percent of Americans. apparently wants to raise taxes on Americans who make than four hundred, thousand dollars a year. Okay. That was wonderful. If eighty two percent of Americans say more than four, hundred, thousand dollars a year. percent of Americans. Maybe to Americans, but I think. It makes sense. The Republicans are spraying this because I do think when you talk to people who are Republicans they do seem to. Be of the impression that yeah. Well, everybody like should invest in the stock market. Why wouldn't they? Got An extra ten Kaelin around, right just get some apple stock. What are you? Stupid Where you put your K. Come on DA doll? Carol Baskin is trending as she will be the latest war criminal on dancing with the stars..

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"david blaine" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

The Joe Rogan Experience

07:25 min | 6 months ago

"david blaine" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

"Is Proof that this aircraft is actually completely doable in then remotely and Were on day predicted we were GONNA land and we've done that multiple times we've flown it. We've deployed the the the imitation flown I'm out of time involved in constructing one of these things orchestrating at a time and team team is everything. So it'd be like you when you have like the best trainers. Your Five best in the world like tweaking you before fights like that. So when when you plan on doing something like this, did you bring this up to to these folks these the first people to the people that you're doing it with these are the people that you brought it up to the first time yeah. Nobody said get the fuck Outta here with us now went straight youtube and I was like I have. Guys. In lieu hesitated all. No, they're amazing that that's crazy. Right it is also crazy is just a hypothetical idea. That's insane. That's true and they did let me like but there were stages I to prove each steps I to prove that number one, the balloon is doable. Number two I'm not going to hopefully kill myself number three. I can actually get the Joe in then for the skydives by the way because I had to get five hundred jumps really quick and this is all during the last year. Right So, insurance wouldn't cover that I mean they would cover, but it's not affordable. So I had to do five almost five, hundred, four, hundred jumps there. So with no insurance. Bats. A whole separate thing that's not related. So I had to go do them from my own as fun and do everything through my. Oh. He's crazy. It's all nuts because his because he thinks guiding think like, Oh, you have the best coach that's fine. But they're still like when you're trying to do fifteen jumps a day, it's like you can. Do what I did, which is tried to avoid hitting an airplane on the hanger and turn to low come walking down. To come up with this idea. I mean I think it was like inspired when I was a kid I like the idea of like the little boy drifted right balloons I think it was like but I never really thought of it as a reality then fifteen years ago or so I had drawings made of its I having I'll show you the joins I can't open it on there. So when did you put it into motion? Like. It was never even possible until Youtube said okay we'll back this because the ideas like all my other stunts, there's like the budgets. Very. You know. You couldn't afford to do something. This is to build test the flight build an actual aircraft fly landed, get off the jumps, learn how to do everything, get all the skillset have. So this is but that's the first drawing. Wow Yeah So. You drew this when you were hiding draw someone else marks dozens an amazing artist that did my poster for this thing which so this Jamie yeah, it's not working, but you can try hair jobs no working was happening trying to do I can but maybe the picture will go. If not, I can restart the phone maybe it'll work. Was it show Jamie. No Right. Let me restart the a lot of Okay. Now it's waiting. There's like so many pros. Three Owen Yeah. Someone went. Okay. Then I'll also send. Oh but wait so shale. So show you the poster that I had made which was okay. So you come to youtube powerful Youtube they come up with this. I. Mean they decided. That's the original, but this is the latest one. So did you send that one tim to? I'll sanity TJ. It's coming through it now supposedly. Like I have to accept them for some reason. It doesn't just go. Is it showing up for you? Know I think I should restart the phone because those videos to I want to send. Okay How. Did you get it to go that? Which one did you press I don't know there's so many of them doesn't make any sense. Bean monitored by the government. Hold on I wanNA, try to send this video second explain making your video. That's possible. But Oh. Now, it's preparing it. Now it's going through. Right now Because it says it's converting so might be coming. For an except on this so Says I get that so You bring this to youtube on how long Like a year and a half ago or something like say, yeah, let's do it. We're fucking crazy. You and also. Probably going to have one, hundred, million people, watch it. So it seems don't know I don't know about that do yeah I don't know it'll float around and fucking balloon. That's true. Oh I'll bet on it but this one by far my favourite that I've ever done, it's the most visual, the most colorful. It's the first one that I've ever done where my friends are like i WanNa do that. Not like why do you do that? He's Holding off, you know all the other. People are like like that's it's great that you're doing it but that's crazy or why are you doing this one? They're like I wanNA, ride the balloons. Hood yeah they're. Yeah. So it'll be like, wow, that's pretty cool. So look just like that and how is it are you harnessed? It's like a yeah. It'll be like a little thing that connects at my wrist which like the way the areas have Canadian connected to your body, your torso somehow it'll be connected someone crotch. Yeah. Hopefully. Nightmare something. Yeah. Because when you get up to like minus. Twenty degrees or whatever you you'll. You'll be nonfunctional. They're. So you can't just rely. Well, you can't really rely on your hand and. I. I. I if I had to do this up to like you know two to three thousand feet could because he the on? Yeah you yeah. You can sand. You can also do what you know just put something around your foot like the the wires come. Okay. So something around your foot would. Help. Yes it's doable and then in the housing, you actually hang though like I mean really hard to hang really within a couple of minutes it's hard to hang for more than a minute I think like the record like two minutes but. With one hand. Oh but this has to look the whole that this has to look like the one handed. Person Floating asked to be exact. So you'd have some freaky forums. Popeye. Yes. So I'll have assistance bill but I I. SO I won't have a parachute or any of that stuff that'll be above me look clean but I'll be supported now if there's a balloon failure or something like that obviously, I'm in trouble obviously but once I get the parachute on once they get to five thousand feet then we know okay, he's not GonNa die he has a parachute on I can get away and now the big challenge is how high can you go? So once you get. How are you GonNa know do you have an tinder on the? Having. Tim. But I'm also going to have communication..

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"david blaine" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

The Joe Rogan Experience

07:07 min | 6 months ago

"david blaine" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

"Okay. The process because. Shouldn't but trade well I? I'd like Houdini. Magic. But I like Houdini Houdini was I king of guards but he's a guy that's doing real think right and then I'd like guys that are like as I. Go I go to the Museum of broadcasting because there was no to or whatever side look at like these Matt Search Magic and I'd find like guys it would like drink a gallon of water drink a leader of kerosene he would float all the kerosene on top of the water and then he would spit out kerosene out of his mouth look like a human dragon and then put the fire out with a gallon of water so that it is magic but it's a M- it's our it's mind blowing. Performance, it's not like it's INCR- now. Look there's guys that are card guys that are like that also like. People I love and they do the cards in a way that's like wh but but that act to me was pressed a button. It was like, Whoa. Like how is he converting his body to do a trick and there's a guy today performance called Stevie, Starr whose called the human regurgitate or but he swallows crazy things like so you he combines magic with his ability. So he went on Jay Leno or I was Carson. He takes a little film canisters that. So he puts a film canister empty closes it for you know you get thirty five and then he goes. And then he swallows it. So it's it's yeah it's gone and he goes like that's Gone Dan. He would take a bunch of water drink that, and then there'd be cup with a Goldfish in it drink a cup in the Goldfish, and then you have Jay Leno signed the cap the thing the thing with a piece of tape and sign it right then he'd take that go. Everything has gone. then. He does these weird sounds and movements such as part of a show. And then he brings it up, spits it out and. The film canister is sealed and it is the water and the fish and it sealed with the signature. So to me, that's like the coolest magic because your take. Because when you see a trick, you know like Oh, that's cool but it's a trick. So it's like you're being removed from being able to absorb. But when you see somewhere somebody's doing something crazy and it seems like a trick, but it's also like wait this is real because he's really doing this. It's just way more exciting. I understand I understand it's just. Do you know how he did that one. Yeah I talked talked him all the time love Steve Stevie Starr. You know how it was done but you can't reveal that he and okay. There's another Guy Tom. Mollica who passed away and he was this guy he's the first magician every. So he did a simple cartridge and I was crying. Tears I was like Oh my God but he and he passed away I filmed that and he's Going to do really amazing piece about him because he is incredible he also was on like Johnny. Carson shows what he would do. Is. He would take a pack of cigarettes, throw them into his mouth one at a time like them on fire, bring them back out and then throw them into his mouth time. Eat All. Yes there is. Wow that's great. How fast they pulled that up. It's dates, Jamie. He's a wizard. He's a wizard. Takes by the way, the sack kill them. So that's how dedicated to his craft. Yeah. Look He. He was eating a pack of cigarettes every night on stage. Cigarette. Yeah and then but wait, he also throws them into like Oh my God. So now he's chewing him what what is he chewing? He's just amazing but holding get to where he's throwing them into his mouth to. Oh boy. Yes. He throws them into his mouth one when a time to let. them up, swallows them. Fuck away doing. All my God staff. His mouth and then look the whole thing goes in by the way he also throws them one at a time does all that puts the paper in? Oh. Jesus Christ and swallows it all. God Yup he he's. This kill him. Every single night just one. Night at a bar doing cigarettes in your mouth on fire edict swallowing them. Die For you answer. Yeah. Boy Yeah but wait so so he spits them out eventually or you just swallow them. I'm not going to give away his genius. The. Yeah. Yeah see that's the thing it's like I. This is a guy that died for our. So. Another the guy was telling you about it's like my favorite card was the guy that taught that showed me the navy seal but just an amazing just the library he He's like this genius if he came here, which he never would because he would never show anybody anything. But if he did any, he showed you a couple of moves like the first movie showed me was actually a card move called ascension where. He makes the card float right through the deck and like the greatest magician of all time the card magician said, it was one of the greatest chicks ever done. You won't be able to find it anywhere because it's not really but he he only does it to a couple of magicians performed for like you know a handful of his friends he shows a move and it's mind blowing and luckily showed me so young but. He'll never ever perform. He's like does a painter paint. So he can show people that does a painter paint to paint but whenever you're on the phone with them, you just hear cards like he's He's yet he's doing I'm telling you like thirteen daylong thirteen hours a day. He's doing card moves alone and I said but as bill, what do you do you like do the trick to yourself? Do that. He doesn't believe that it's not to him. It's not a performance to him. It's it's just about the technical love and feel of of that. Well, that's there's a Japanese phrase for that about doing something over and over and over and over the exact same thing and over again to you Chievo level of perfection that is almost physically unattainable to mere mortals you bypass what a person thinks the the body would be capable of doing. Yup. Yeah. That's that's that's that's what he's doing is the thing if you can. Do James Nesta's. Yeah of course. Yes yeah. Deep is amazing I don't know deep. Feet Yeah. Breath is the one that I read and I had him on the podcast. Talking about this month that was literally meditating and doing breathing exercises all day long for thirty years and could do these insane things with his body like vary the.

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"david blaine" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

06:51 min | 11 months ago

"david blaine" Discussed on Broken Record

"Record was nine eight again. The guy had a huge advantage or may not the matters but he was very skinny. Very Tall. Tom. You know in in in his lung capacity total lung capacity was almost apple. Who was pretty extraordinary sunny. That's that doesn't matter but anyway I thought somehow what I saw was by living in the sphere. Just lie decided to do the scare before by Living. There would acclimate become condition. But also I thought that ice by not eating for that amount of time metabolic rate would slow down and suddenly be able to hold my breath much longer. That's what I was hoping for but it does doesn't really why started cracking stuff away so it doesn't really work like that. Then I went back trained. The Bureaucracy Jin hypothetical record at that time was ten minutes. No real visuals on its. I started training to static apnea breath holding oxygen. So I got my first. Try and add a bunch of friends. There that word up nor basketball surging doctors owners when they saw that I was under for fifteen minutes. Nothing they pulled me out because in their mind is like the body candidate order that that's not also and I was like. Why did you do that? Spine in came in with pulmonary expert with telemetry and everything attached. I had done a twenty minute and two seconds breath. Hold before the Oprah One which seventy four twenty minutes in to second breath heart rate dropped it a beats per minute and they've never seen that and so they pulled me out once again. I was like why he do that. They were like 'cause you're about to go into cardiac Cardiac DEBT I was like perfectly fine. The body does things it adjusted adapts. And I don't know if there's something to just accepting the situation riding through the Alps but it was. It was pretty amazing so when I had to do the world record which Tom Z. Posted right before I mean he went on Regis killing it to sixteen thirty two from hypothetical. Thirteenth Nasdaq okay. Got Analysis so I got twenty so I felt like when I do override. Be Okay getting to the seventeen sixteen thirty two in Longworth fold. What is what are the phases of what's going on mentally you want to? Ideally it silly but you WanNa keep your eyes closed. You WanNA do your your brain takes a lot of energy so you WanNa Kinda minimize on everything just to preserve. Oh to want to shut everything down as much as possible that I do is I just I. I used to be Al Bank of names visit. All different places absorbs drift onto the ocean going into the abyss of the oceans. Kind of go all over them when so when I did it on stage and stuff like that much show. I didn't do that move. I go upside down but going down. I realized this Dini's through it upside down and I realized why I think he was doing this. Because if you think about the way mammals that are underwater creatures. They big breath in. They died this way. So if you think about it when you're upside down at first. Your lungs aren't forcing the air out there forcing it's that physician is going into lung so it's like. Ibm upside down in is a much easier position. Hold your breath. The only getting their takes energy even getting out of it. When I'm upside down in the water tank I kinda relaxed on the skirt asleep. Knock go to sleep. I mean go to that place just didn't make sense. So what was the last one will after that? When I got really cocky and Mike trainer working on it's like can never do a stunt that you'd have to prepare for you need to do it and understand what you're doing. I did this upside down thing and I figured I'd done like six hours of Sagawa's thing I can do sixty hours upside down to six hours. I've been dry upside down for. I like you know nightmare among side down anyway that that was a disaster of disaster. Shut down for a long time. Did stop national that with the electricity whereas in a Tesla Coil. Seventy three hour standing up which was really hard as expansion of the ankles start for risk through the metal chain mail. Faraday seat I was wearing and you know one time and I had electric water. Our strength spitted out the ARK it. The water went for Lasted from my heart. And even I think I'd burn marks on my toes so that that was a really really difficult one in the last one I did at my daughter was born like not doing anything anymore. Like this done so I just went back to the magic stuff. Thought something I've been working on. It's been that has been so fun. Can Amazing Right now. I'LL REC- we're just working out dreaming about playing with it. Thank you but there is one that I love this. The opposite it's not about you know survive on it. It's more about the opposite. End the best more about our tree and beauty and things like that. Hopefully they still even in the shows that I've seen I've seen you do stuff. We still end up being in a tank water for a really long time right. Well Yeah I mean I. Can't I love those things I love and to me? How's that magic me? That's the real magic to me. It's like the bodies capable doomed things that we can't even imagine that the body was standard. Do that's magic. A human can go without air for twenty minutes and two seconds are now the records twenty four minutes three seconds. That's magic as the body. Do that any of the things that you've done Just think about any techniques or anything that you've learned that are helpful in terms of people who were facing struggle. I think rule number one is accept everything just the way it is so as well number one and then try everything in your power to understand and to solve for what the best possible approach to fixing the situations. I think a lot of it starts with like correcting little things that you can manage. Ourself Beautiful Ben. Thank you for telling me stories. Thank you thanks again. David Blaine for jumping on Zoom Polish. Rick gave his latest special the magic way aired on ABC earlier this month check on ABC DOT COM for details. Broken record is producing help from Jason Gambro meal about Lia Rose Matt Loboda Martine Gonzales pushing industry. I think he's expecting beats. I'm just in Richmond..

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"david blaine" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

11:15 min | 11 months ago

"david blaine" Discussed on Broken Record

"Is attributed to the fact that you weren't in other ones we're talking about is you're more uncomfortable is more of a sense of aid is the forty four days was more distant operation than a discomfort. I think that right I mean he starts to feel pain. The basically if you read any book about extended fasting Kinda hits notes like it about a month or twenty eight days you really do start to have the sweet taste in your mouth so I was drinking water the whole time but around dates twenty eight. I started questioning harmony and everybody there is like bill. I was like I would pour the water because at a tube and it was periods through also is like no minerals. No nothing I would have to combat at our drinking. I think like the people that supported this London Channel Four. I was thinking state. They must want this to keep going. So they're spiking my water glucose. You know I've tasted side may harmony bang bill by brother. Pour the water down to my say tasteless right now. There's sugar in. It accord the drink a mouse and. I think that they were all in August. I get like a random stranger. Let's bring him all the way up former water bowed asset. Macao water so old. The the guidebook things of what happens during the fast really did actually happen. Exact the information I had on how long I could do it for. Came from a physiologist at NASA. So he was you know they want to protect the astronauts so they do all the due-diligence all the research they look into the terrible records World War. Two things that most people wouldn't go into morally. It's our ethically so so he would really just to save actions. I say okay. How long can human actually go without food along with just water and they had really accurate. Specific notes of what could be tolerated. It pretty much worked out exactly as I soon. And what was it? The most difficult parts to that so many amazing things have been at the say. If I was doing that fast by myself it would have been impossible. Which is why. Put IT IN PUBLIC. So public all sides visible. I knew I would just have to do it. There's no cheating because you're you're exposed as a guest but if I was trying to buy myself forget the only real difficulties is little things that you don't think about like after that amount of time we've noted Fast Greenbelt my system your body's processing I held held there was barely but I help but number two in for the entire time. Obviously most of sweat through your breath and all that stuff in any you. Override it and you don't have to go over again at that race and then the only other real real difficulty I think was busy. Started become really weak. Your you know your body goes into this sort of you very stable very minimalistic and all that stuff. But your heart's moving differently is I guess from you. Know you're you're you're eating. Start to your organs. Bone mass index decrease thirty. Three saw. What happened is you know the Londoners not belonging to the media start to make this ordered forty four days this stories people would like fly like toy helicopters with cheeseburgers on Bevin bomb People would like in the middle of the night like shoot paint balls at the box and it was really cool looking like this color months by. It was like that noise. 'cause you don't think about that way. Echoes Wake up the slack. And it's but that's not the difficult part difficult part is I think around day thirty seven when I started to get. The heart started to feel like it was going to. It wasn't right right. 'cause it's decrease in size by a third or whatever it is that laws and we have those records. Afterwards I went to the house. We had the New England Journal. Medicine Oxford generally studied stuff. I gave the results in science just because most people that do these things like striking or hunger strikes but anyway so around that time around eight thirty seven thirty eight. A heart starts going. It starts getting really really difficult because you think that you're going to collapse. You know you get dizzy everything you do. Any movement and my mother passed away when I was young but Foresee died. She said to me God is love at that was the last war is that she said when she died in my arms was like I said most difficult must beautiful basically giving me but so it around that exact time I was like I said I had said mom. If you think I should keep going give me a sign. Our Bridge was in front of me over there. These could start young. David David I see them right when I said that I'm saying that exact moment in they have a rolled up wife thing right and they open it up and they start walking down towards me when they get closely they keep open up. They open all the way they're holding it like three of them. I think and it says God is love. It's like wow a third crying of it so then I and then you know. Those kind of signs is simple Winston whatever it is bass enough to keep going or if it or if the energies out they are in in you know energy is never goes something she put out there. That just happened to connect at the right moment. You know those types of things so I kept going push the endings you know like. I said it was the in. So it's like when you get the chance in the vertigo ahead at two in the box when you get the chance to just really watch the sun. Go up over the sky. Watch it a hallway up watching a whole way down and all the way around. Watch the river go up and down. It's amazing that we never get to do them. Real life administers is done with the stunt. I was in the hospital recovering. Somebody sent me a box of Harrods food. I shouldn't have be in for a couple of weeks. That's the most dangerous part it's the repeating syndrome. Which is the paper that we published was about. That is soon as the doctor who thought I was also cheating by the way and Bill wanted me to take glucose vitamins but children said no bill and I was. Right is my body's victims of starvation mode so it was in the metabolic rate change to protect but anyway so as soon as I started that like taking from the box taking the Chris Eating. You know the Bagels as soon as you do that. Animal State Returns. Everything changes then. It's like you're not a spiritual art of this music. Art Fades away very fast. So you go from like this this state of like pure war. There's no body. There's nothing the colors. The win the sky song the herbs in back into the you know the the normal world so it is something that I wish everybody could experience some is it is it and I think that's why those yogis amongst by do those long fast because they find that place for Serotonin is writing. They're brain levels known Barkan. Snow doke means a solid steady. Say and you and you find something that you could never. You could never imagine or explain what was after the after the glass box Two thousand three after that was the dust that drowned alive. The water thing. That was my favorite by far. Just the favourite across the board. I started holding my breath when I was five years old. I was on the swim team at my feet. Turn Band Single Mother Brooklyn. Ymca all the kids beating Mesa instead. Assuming like normal like them because I would just swim straight and I suddenly. I'm able to keep up because I'm not breathing and I start going back and forth and I start really. Wow could do coaches. I don't do that as I can. I can do it and I and I did do it. And then the older kids would come to see me lap. Sit Out breathing. Alice in then they would compete against me so go underwater and beat them all the older older kids side. Say listen you can go up and down as many times as the wrong. I'll stay under the whole time so I was able to while they went up and down as able to last like six of bears but they didn't know take enough going up and down and doing that. It's not as efficient sustained right. Which is what I was doing. So the breath all began bear in then I loved it and then I discovered Houdini at that age as well as readings underwater king yet a record three and a half minutes so young teen. I was able to do three and a half minutes. No problem I I'd get out of the pool blackout by the way didn't know that that's what was going on in then. Had the idea of putting a sphere shaped declaring in the middle of Lincoln Center and just living there like a human aquariums. I've been but like is a is like A. Yeah just Melania and seeing long stay so what was the longest that somebody was submerged underwater continuously with seven days? I spoke to a guy that had the record that lived under lake and he gave me all tips and thanks EXC state under five days. He's like here's what we need to do. So I kind of listen. Gyms studied what we were saying and then just did. It didn't anticipate what would happen to the hands and feet that you know. It's pretty. Pain is pretty intense because All the oils protect you leave. And then you know. The wrinkled extraordinarily beyond anything conceivable NASA and the pain that cost. Wipe it with them. Being Bat wrinkled just from expansion let stuff is crazy drinking liquids through to you know. Stay there seven. Oh another thing. You didn't anticipate son. That's fear like a magnifying glass. Big piece of glass fill water son's going to it actually burned the whole metal walkway hind out. So I I was in there for a week. My back was burnt but like not just burnt like read. I mean like like burnt burnt burnt and it stayed like that for like seven months or some you know just like it was in the pain assistant saying that. You don't think about those things and your water. So China negates it on some level until after with where did where did you end up with the bristled While I did actually with oxygenated twenty minutes and two seconds into straight breath holding I have gotten up to seven. Forty.

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"david blaine" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

10:44 min | 11 months ago

"david blaine" Discussed on Broken Record

"Here's Rick Rubin and David Blaine who connected recently on zoom. The the reason that I wanted to talk to you is. I'm feeling a collective fear in the air. I feel like I feel like I'm not feeling my fear. So much is. I'm feeling everybody's fear is a cloud of fear. Emir started thinking about different times in my life. Been afraid of something or people. I know who have insights into fear and I remember when I was learning to spend time in the ice in an ice bath that the longest I could ever stay in was a few minutes until I did it with you when I did it with you. Your perspective on it. Open my mind and helped me deal with the fear of staying longer in You. Talk me through it and in that experience If opened me up to conquer fear so I wanNA talk to you. In general about the idea of conquering sears. Sound good it's great. What's said tell me a little bit about your relationship to fear. Well you know I am. I mean I guess my. My outlook on everything was already. My mother conferences kid but when she was really sick when she was dying instead of focusing on the difficult ardor sad angel art. She looked at the beauty in everything so she didn't focus on herself and complained so she she made death very poetic very beautiful which I think is like one of the best gifts. Give to your kid. Just that immediately made me NA afraid of the unknown which is that but as far as I was always pushing my body to do things that were like goal and probably dangerous since I was five years old. And here's the symbol formula for it. Simple formula is just. Don't just jump into the unknown. You go step by step by step by step slowly so if you go like if I was to hold my breath for twenty minutes. I'd be afraid that it's GonNa have cardiac arrest. I'll be debt but you don't start like that circe. Why did three and a half minutes kid? There's people that are free. Divers have done this amount of time. Let me train the best people. Let me slowly build a resistance or tolerance and understand the pain that I'm going to go through so I could process it. And fight it. So my outlook corona and obviously. I'm not a doctor. King gives advice spot the way I look at it. Is You have to do the things that you know our best so cleaner Diana. You don't eat products. That create mucus like dairy processors or breads or things like that. You have ginger garlic you outs. You know. Sixteen ounces of water before every anything that you drink you keep yourself hydrated so you do all the things you can really be ready for the fight because fear like let's say you're an has manic which. I was kiss and have a smaller than average lung capacity. It's scary thing. I'm a coronas. Couldn't give me it pneumonia types. You know in my lungs could shut down so what I WANNA do is if I was a smoker which I'm not I wouldn't talk cigarettes because why do anything. They can make the virus that much more effective in its path to destroy. So that's number one number two. Is He follow all the rules? Don't go near people is much as you can buy will void contact other than the people that you're warranting. Obviously in for me the other thing that I really like about which is I would say if you also studied in point of view is and I'm not saying that this is right or wrong such as my perspective. But the reason we don't want the virus spread is quickly as it's spreading. Because you don't know you have symptoms you. You're not aware of it. You don't feel anything often and you're very contagious right so you don't want to spread everywhere that we couldn't fight it. It's just the wrong. Want a hospitals to suddenly become flooded. Which is what's happening in then. Everybody's losing hospital beds. The respirators in its shutdown. So not that you want to fear the virus you WanNa do the right precautions to protect not even just yourself everybody around you so I think knowledge is basically the best way to overcome fear now as a kid my mother the only furiously Dave is when she saw not approaches because of robots at Rice but when he saw like spiders or something buddy how so I was always afraid of Little bugs not outgrow spies. Afraid of every other little so magician. Friends would come over. We'd be brainstorm magic and like I see a bug jokic right and I wasn't so to get over that fear I would have people come over. Boggs insects spiders talk. You know everything and I play with them. That's temporarily getting over it. So Affleck happened and I really over my last year which have been set certain insects so I took my brother too but sauna and He's the most afraid of every big kiss. Teach them how to get over that but anyway we go to Africa and we're in these little camps and with the guy who died. Who's he was the lion man? He goes out with the lines. They actually looks like a lion and he brings a roll of toilet paper. No weapons of calls out wildlife attack him. You can see it on Youtube. He would throw the toilet paper like fake. Though in the lines that jumped this guy grew up in the bush with the lions so he and hippos he would scare that is presence was unbelievable but anyway so that night after we went out with alliance and crossed out with them and she plays with the you know down while they're eating zebras. Really unbelievable but that night. I went to bed and I gave my brother a ice fishing day that I had some really serious high-tech which I shouldn't have done. So he hears something walking around his and then nighttime really mostly around his and I just assume it's elephant island but my brother looks through way and it's a hippo just circling against any. Here's the hippos deadly animals and that they'll just shop in half so I'm brother doesn't sleep the whole day since looking to this thing and boat was so what happened with me is bombing this ten. I'm being careful because even if it's an Alpha more you don't WanNa get anything in this little town low and I put my on my phone light on and I look up. And there's thousands of bugs all over the top of my tat. I'm like okay. We're in this together and I realized that those insects or my friends Jokic and from that move without insects. Sometimes it is just like a flute thing often. I think it's like you know the process. Trying to understand the information to get over arch and to learn until accelerate. So it's like and I also look at things as a challenge so like even with my daughter when she takes shower in the morning we use. I would tell her okay. Let's crank up the coal. Just want her. So when when over friends won't go in the ocean because the oceans older family she goes right in and it's just the mindset of like I can overcome this you know so it's and and that translates across the board so whether you're running as hard as you can are holding your brother you know I it standing up in one place for seventy three hours things like that. You have endorsed slowly build a tolerance at an understanding of what you're really doing. The research study with a smartest people that you can. And and that's the best way the you know. I think so to work on facing the fear in the most diligent efficient by. How'd you deal with the When you're in it I'll give you an example one time I was Bodysurfing in Venice with a mutual friend of ours and the waves getting big and it seemed normal at first and then the ways we're getting bigger and bigger and it was a pretty big day to begin with Benway's get bigger and we're out next. Look here the waves started crashing over the pier. Really big and I remember our friend look at me and saying you know Mike. This be in trouble. And that was the last thing he said and then he was gone. And then I'm sort of in the drop zone and just waves are crashing on me and came really close to ground and and I remember thinking I know the worst thing I can do is panic so I know panic. Panic will only hurt in this situation. But when you're being held underwater by waves will come for breath in a wave crashes you even if there's a conversation that goes on between. I know I'm not supposed to panic. This isn't going to help me. And the other voices. There's no where where Anneke hard to control. I think you know know number. One Rule of the twenty one laws of the Samrai's accept everything. Exactly the way it is and I think even in the worst situation we panic and go crazy and let it you. Won't you won't win that battle so you kind of have to accept what the situation is. And then in a very careful and clever way Dr outmanoeuvring but without fighting it. Because you're never going to beat the Osa you know so so you have to kind of smooth into it and have the faith that you can be on there for a little more than you think you can relax. Go go with a little bit. Which is the only option. Have you ever had that? Come up like in the midst of a challenge. Have you come up of what do I do now? Every time I'm holding my breath for a really long breadth hold. My heart gets really weird. Does these strange things. And that makes you get more focused on the heart and it doesn't help so I've learned over the years even when pushing to the extreme. You're just accept it in and go with it so you know that that that's the best thing that I've learned went on pushing to those extreme places it gets a little out of control. Let's talk about each one of the things.

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Willow Smith Will Trap Herself in a Box for 24 Hours as Performance Art

Sarah and Vinnie

01:22 min | 1 year ago

Willow Smith Will Trap Herself in a Box for 24 Hours as Performance Art

"Willow Smith she's pulling a David Blaine she's gonna trapper self in a box for twenty four hours as performance art okay the media thing I think of is is the boxy through is there a toilet in the box you can go twenty four hours without toileting really could not pay for twenty four hours I couldn't but I mean I'm sure someone can and besides so you go in the box with a diaper on huh well anyway she saying because she's getting she's crippling anxiety and so this is her what her way of demonstrating that her control over it or not or not control I mean maybe she flips out and jumps out there saying they're gonna do this at the Geffen contemporary it's the MOC a temples in the museum of contemporary art there we go I it's a former police garage so you O. here it is visitors will walk her through a glass wall a fifteen minute interviews after intervals after watching that we got into a room with a video feed where they can make donations to mental health and then I think it was for a good cause yeah they're gonna stream of life

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David Blaine, NYPD And Assault discussed on Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:26 sec | 2 years ago

David Blaine, NYPD And Assault discussed on Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

"Or the NYPD is investigating sexual assault allegations against magician. David Blaine chief of detectives Dermot. Shaken firm Monday at an unrelated news conference at blames under investigation. He didn't give any more details, but responding to a report by the Daily Beast website that the NYPD taken statements from two women accusing Blaine of sexual assault. Now. The report said one of those may fall outside the statute of limitations because it goes back

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"david blaine" Discussed on The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast

The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"david blaine" Discussed on The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast

"The card on her ass cheek fucking picture. Funny actually. If it had nothing to do with the car and the camp bike from the camera, it seems like he the card was inside the picture of the carpet inside the fruit really, which is a picture of his wife, David Blaine addicted her mouth just like get the fuck else. Audience is like all card was inside there and he's freaked out by the magic. No, no, no. You never see the actual car yet. So good guys. We're gonna take a quick break and we'll be back soon. We will get it shortly. Our guys we wanna thank Ventura watches for sponsoring this episode of the podcast. It's Vincenzo it's their fourth anniversary blowout sale out. It's happening right now and it won't last long. It's a site wide sale. All right. It's been, it's their four year anniversary. They wanted to. They said that saying, thank you. Didn't feel good enough. They wanted to do better and go bigger to show their appreciation for the customer support. Yes. So they're doing this crazy blood sales. Go check it out right now. It's site-wide a right if you don't know of in Chiro. Their mission is to create compelling luxury timepieces with impeccable craftmanship to inspire as many people as possible to elevate their. Game. Of course, of course. Ultimately, I mean live there damn legacy. Yeah. Okay. I mean, look at the game, we've elevated with these bad boys right here. Look at how elevated I came in this morning also. Nice. Watch us at U2.. Yeah, and then we bumped watches Bank clink just like that. Actually able to freeze part of LA ICM looking to. Yeah, Yeah, yeah. yeah, it's here, but I just, I mean, at least I know I'm cooled out. Yeah, they learned that luxuries process. It's not about specs price. Note. It's not a marketing turn thrown around now. It's about attention to detail step by step process to craft every product, and it's that process that separates them from the competition. Yeah, you know, it's a belief that the customer deserves the absolute best, and that's why venturo means I will win, sort of literally means literally. It literally means that, yeah. So I mean, they're not minimalist design company, of course, no, because because you need to be able to tell time you want your time piece to tell people something exactly what are you just just a blank plastic thing. Now you want your time piece to carve out a piece of time and reflect a little bit you. Exactly. Yeah. And said it better myself. Yeah, they were because, you know, Ventura was tired of cookie, cutter designs, mass produced minimalist watches that have just flooded the market. They want to offer a watch that is able to.

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"david blaine" Discussed on The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast

The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"david blaine" Discussed on The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast

"Oh my God. Tune also managing like. Rotich it down, like like condom, rationing, like like in this still like Disney movies, like some fucking wartime. You movie. There's just an old man or old woman was just like, just like a stack of used condoms and people coming out with tickets to fuck. You got one last week I lost it. I broke it and I'm sorry, but it's just it's Tom's a hard. Right. Just can't. You know the government is you can't have the condo. That's funny. Yeah. Sorry, I'm distracted because my headphones Ryan bucking up, find how do I, how do I get back. Shit that we're sorry, but it works. We're all my sales. Get electrocuted. I'm not. I'm not kidding. My whole brain just want. Got a little adrenaline going a little bit. You know, it's like when you're driving, you see a cop and then you're awake for the next fifteen minutes. Feel that I like, you know, five seconds or like shitty when you're like, oh, fuck. Yeah. Yeah. But then afterwards dren Len's pumpkin hell yeah. Hell yeah, I got away with that. I ever doing nothing but seventy five. Not even dude. I just going the speed limit and see a cop, and I'm still like a really shit about really. Let's see. I was worried that I'm getting pulled over in like mine like I'm not gonna have my fucking or something. It's having me before and then they're like, all right. Well, now you've got to go to court and prove that you're like a registered car and Chile, Dan, it's just a pain you're you're gonna pulled over and just magically your left. Retail is it's going to fall out pound of cocaine. Exactly. What do we have here? Mind imagining sketch were like a cop like is blatantly planting shit on way too big to be anywhere in your body. There's no way that came out of my Honey. What do we got here? Oh. Like a cylinder. What. That came from behind my. Two local, David, Blaine, just a fucking increase arrested shit. You'll something. Got your nose. What what the fuck that's damn t- it was in your nose. Does the same ship to what he's like, David, Blaine way of like over there. Now, look over here, take some beer, two pounds. Oh. Imagine. I guess I did do this what the fuck? No, dude. What if he's just like he's okay. Think about what you did last night. Okay. I'm thinking about it. Okay. Now, close your eyes. And he. To their nose and starts going like this. He's just gradually pulling out like a full rail dislike suspended in air just like like a foot like the tissue, like out of the hat. Giant rail coke just come out of his body Cup. Yup. You did a whole Graham last night. Oh shit. Please. Metabolize. Wait, you choke something. No. What. David Blaine way. Getting. You had talk about less. I mean, you can't prove. David, Blaine making shit your pants. Magic. In the. Tattoo on the head shit, your pants. Puts on his fingers. Has a way of making it out of your instead. Figured out a way. Throw your shit throw up and cry time. What. So. I gotta builders David, Blaine. It all comes back to shit in control plane, finding two pounds coke behind your ears. The shit ever. Oh, what do we have here?.

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"david blaine" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"david blaine" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"The book i worked directly with clip johnson who is was david blaine puzzle master and he and i worked very closely on but i have to give the designed to him entirely it's brilliantly designed by him but it's so inside the inside the book and this was let let me get to the heart of it that they're behind the garment of this book is the real message of the book message is one that i beckon ing that my readers to look at very closely each word each page of this that that selection of photographs are all very well placed for a very particular reason so when you ask me what is this book about i can tell you that the garment of the tax just in the same way that when the bible was first being translated from greek into hebrew to agent the seventy scholars said this is impossible because you will lose the nuance of the tax people just get the superficial reading of things like balance or the circumcision of joe moses assign a very strange account and accidents and you'll miss the deeper allegorical reading and those who look even plum even more deeply into the reading of the bible we'll see the real message behind the bible and being motivated by this i decided okay if you wanna look at nazerbayev fine if you're interested in aluminum architecture fine but if you really want to get into the bedrock of meaning not just in this book but the power of myth in general i have placed this price so the first person to find the message inside this book and it's very clear and unambiguous you will win a.

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"david blaine" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"david blaine" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"Is amazing thank you guys thank you cries late day he would be happy that she i'm so happy i was so confused efforts on the way why are you dressed like that is so amazing all right so i have to do some entertainment reporting but it's brought to you by national lewis universities he doesn't david blaine is right probably haven't heard the name a while the magician david blaine he's the one it's like a law me out wa wage talks did i get the very penetrating like glare like stare that he does people when he's talking laminated like creeps me out what if he's like that when you goes starbucks whenever i want have you ever heard it all probably barely be like anita pacino why would if he's like eight of rebel gino yeah well bad things happening with david blaine model now accusing him of raping her in london police have also asked blaine to come to britain to be interviewed natasha prion prince is her name she says that david blaine reiter at a private home in the summer of two thousand four just months after her 21st birthday they for spent a night club he texture the next day invited her to his friends place for drinks once in a bedroom he started kissing her then he said finish your drank and took the glass for me put it on the table i woke up naked in pain and he was at the end of the bad like naked she's like i don't know anything can happen he basically bill cosby her yeah he put the pills into people towards sounds like any so i mean all these allegations and then david lee now too so whatever my carry was robbed we mentioned earlier mansion broken into the thieves made off we fifty thousand dollars worth of stuff but it's mariah so you would think that like she has diamond wallpaper likes laying around everything like just take all the diamonds but now they didn't get any jewelry they got fifty thousand dollars worth of purses in sunglasses i would love to rate her closet for fifty thousand have anything fit he added fifty thousand dollars on any one thing thanks probably has a pair lubaton yet are like plus nubian crust ed yeah ed sheeran's helping you be back out touring within a.

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