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Southwest Airlines Expands 737 Max Fleet, Orders 100 New Jets From Boeing

Eric Harley and Gary McNamara

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Southwest Airlines Expands 737 Max Fleet, Orders 100 New Jets From Boeing

"Has ordered 100 Boeing 7 37 man explains. Don Smith has more. Southwest Airlines says it's expanding its all bowling fleet with an order for 107 37 Max Airplane. The Max was grounded worldwide in March of 2019 after two crashes that killed 346 people. Regulators in the U. S. Europe, Canada, Brazil and other countries have played the plane to resume flying after Boeing changed automated flight control system. Played a role in the crash is

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Texas AG sues Austin for refusing to lift mask mandate

Chris Salcedo

01:06 min | 1 year ago

Texas AG sues Austin for refusing to lift mask mandate

"Sue Travis County officials for overriding governor Abbotts order to not require mask sexes. Attorney General Ken Paxton is suing Austin and Travis County officials over their decision to continue requiring mask wearing in public In a 25 page petition filed Thursday in Austin action as a state district judge to block Austin Mayor Steve Adler, Travis County Judge Andy Brown and City County Medical Director Mark S. Scott from Enforcing their mask mandate. Don Smith w B A P News as part of a multi million dollar partnership. Tarrant

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"don smith" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"don smith" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Success rates of 94.1% and 95%, respectively, Steve Rappaport Fox News, a fiercely divided house has tossed representative Marjorie Taylor green off both her committees. It was an unprecedented punishment for the chamber, and it reflected Democrats outrage at the hateful and violent conspiracy theories she has helped spread. All but 11. Republicans voted against the Democratic move, but none of them defended her lengthy history of outrageous social media posts that illustrated the ticklish political spot. Green put her party in forcing them to declare whether they should punish or condone a lawmaker. Who is a close ally of former President Donald Trump. After nearly one year average statewide, gas prices have gone up over this time last year we've seen year over year levels climb now Texas paying three cents more than we were a year ago, the average statewide to 16 and Dallas Fort Worth, We saw the price shoot up about a nickel on the week 2 to 18. Daniel Arm, Brewster, with Triple A says that of the major metropolitan areas surveyed in Texas driver's in Abilene or paying the most. That's about $2.36 a gallon while drivers in the Sherman Dennison area Are paying the least at $2.5 per gallon right now. 45 degrees and DFW Airport from the W B A P News desk. I'm Don Smith your next update at 12 30 24 7 coverage of WB ap dot com..

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"don smith" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"don smith" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

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"don smith" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"don smith" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"Thanks thanks for having me. Thanks have a great night. Bye for now. This episode is brought to you by put me in the story put me in the story creates personalized for kid by taking bestselling children's picture books and well up characters and allowing you to create personalized books that make your child the star of the story alongside their favorite characters. Save twenty five percent storewide when you click the link on mine dog. Tv dot com and use the code. Save twenty five. We're also sponsored by the lovely lovely asia online stop for modern era system and affordable women's clothing. Never before has.

"don smith" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"don smith" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"As well as some flexibility for you. Kinda reminds cadre. Might be a bob dylan. When he did national skyline he showed up in the studio with none of the songs written in had the entire ban waiting to write that song while he was Yeah yeah that's that's that's guerrilla. Filmmaking is what i call that black mama. What is it about Because it looks like she's a bad ass with a samurai swords now she is a bad ass with a samurai sword. That's angela williams. Plays plays black mamba which i'm trying to think of her actual name in the movie but they angela. Williams is phenomenal actress. And what happens is She gets brought back from the dead because she's killed by a bunch of gang gang bangers and thugs she gets brought back from the dead to seek justice in an ends up being a big thing where are demons everywhere. She's being chased after by Demons and satan saint. Michael moore plays a great satan. Not not michael. Moore that the michael moore but michael moore out of columbus ohio Very funny comic. He plays satan along with his wife. As morale is played by donnelly are wonderful together. They just. But i'd say if your wife's name is as morelli probably should have an up on getting into horror film stuff. You should probably just dandy apply. Oh your wife's name. Is ed morality. You got to play black. Mama was such a fun movie and there's a lot of really really cool fight scenes in there we had our fight coordinator was not just william lee a martial artist as well but Grace kelly as a young actress that she does a lot of martial arts and a lot of sword work and she choreographed a lot of the fight scenes in there There's some really good stuff in there. I've black mambas a lot of fun. You grace kelly. That not that grace kelly michael moore and grace kelly man that movie so i. I was actually kidnapped by grace kelly. The grace kelly. When i was fifteen years old Story behind that. I was i because my father had worked for the airlines from the american allies. From the time it was founded. I had you know free flight to anywhere. I wanted and i used to fly a lot by myself as a teenager to los angeles where my Extended family was in all around and coming back from los angeles. I got the first seat in a seven. Forty seven on one side and on the other side was grace kelly and Caroline and all their entourage and insecurity stuff was all behind me could security staff now. I'm wearing the same suit. As the security staff plane lands and the security are the guy tapped me on the shoulder and get get up and he's assuming i'm wanting to them. I'm fifteen years old. Although i look older and had a bit of a mustache happening i'm just a quiet. Shy fifteen year old kid and this is giving me orders so i'm gonna follow him so he basically was telling me what to do. I got line Behind grace kelly. We get they. Put me in the limousine. Take me to her hotel in in manhattan new york and like a was there for like two hours before i finally got the courage to say. I don't think i belong here and like what do you mean i said. I'm a kid. I don't know you people. I know her because she's famous. And my mom's i i know i don't know what i'm doing here and it was like a holy shit moment like who got this kid where we get this kit from i. We get about so temporarily kidnapped by grace. Kelly but i'll cape gucci. I'm guessing that that's a horror film as well right. That is a horror film. You and i one thing. You'll notice about william lease movies a lot of the early titles and sometimes the title is very i don't know kind of porno sounding black mamba. Three knee deep. They had one. I was in the original title was magnus x. Gucci definitely sounds a little pornographic outside gucci. The have The gujer that was an interesting story making that one because basically we were gonna do that is like just a found film kind of thing found footage and it started off. It was going to be like one weekend. Shoot there was no actual script for it. There was just an idea and he got a bunch of us together. That people that he worked with quite a bit that he trusted would would put this together with something without an actual script. And we'd figure it out just a neat concept and after the first weekend. He found so much in the like that we did that. Of course he wrote a bunch of new stuff and Decided we're going to do this as an actual movie rather than the found footage That was the original concept but the gujar is a. It's a it's a forest spirit of there is. There's a store. I can't even remember the whole story of the gujer. She was She was killed as a kid in her spirit. 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"don smith" Discussed on The Mindless Morning Show

The Mindless Morning Show

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"don smith" Discussed on The Mindless Morning Show

"Able and doodoo. That's so so you plumbing as well as you do like you're employing your house. Hgh all crash. I don't like to. I don't like to have all the things i do. I hate plumbing the most just. Because i'm a all around maintenance so i do. I mean h vac electrical plumbing Construction dry wall painting pretty much. Whatever needs to be done other some things that i don't mess with it's like okay like like garage door springs. Those will kill you. Those are crazy. My friend let rip his off or a company was like hanging a man. That's a bad injury right there. I will say i'm not a head. Injury somewhat similar to yours with the head. I was in a remodel. And i had to like to reroute these. Three quarter waterlines because the plumber. That did the house. Back in the seventies cross them. And i had the unprocessed them. For the rebound. Because we get do it right. And i reached way out in there and i. I just trying to figure out which was called. It was high because it is a whole whole ordeal. Basically i lifted up to get a better grasp on the pipe in my head stuck right in the nail. That was some through the cell floor right. I'll be right there. And i thought you know and i just kind of brushed it off and i came out at the guy who's.

"don smith" Discussed on The Mindless Morning Show

The Mindless Morning Show

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"don smith" Discussed on The Mindless Morning Show

"I never used to keep a beard for any length of time. I would grow it out the most most of my life. I've been fairly clean shaven about eight years ago. I started working at a place. I'm not gonna name when they hired me on. I had a beer then. I told him at the time i said. You know i'd 'cause i i would grow one out shave. It must be the most the time i'd say clean-shaven and but i told him when i hired when they hired me on. I said at the beards ever an issue. Just let me know. It doesn't matter. I'll shave fine about probably four months later. It's getting a little longer and the boss is let beards getting a little long and i said well like i've always told if it's ever a problem just let me know and i'll shave it off. Oh no no you're fine. I ran into the ceo of the company of the network About two weeks before you know before that conversation with the boss. I ran into the and he said my name like three times is the first time you ever met me. And he said my name three times. And as i walked away from that conversation i looked at the guy. I work with. Nice said you realize he did that to remember my name and this beards gone and sure enough. I ended up in the boss's office right after he told me it was fine. I'm in the boss's office. And he says he's got the handbook there and he's got the page with the personal grooming printed out. Because i had a beard but it was always i mean it was neat and trimmed. It wasn't like year so they actually changed their rules because original rules said that you can have a neatly trimmed beard and mustache no other facial hair which made me laugh. I said so. You're saying i can have the beard mustache. But the eyebrows gotta go what this says and they rewrote their rule to wear. The beard wasn't allowed to be longer than one inch only person that had to adhere to that rule because there is somebody in one of the other areas the network that had one way longer than mine is now they wanted mine gone so i promised myself at that point. This has been the eight years ago. That as long as i worked at that place i would never have a beard under one inch long and i kept it there for five years working at that place and then after i left there is when i did the show at wireless where i was john. Belushi as a for. That's why i was able to shave it off. Because i didn't work there anymore. Yeah you held up your end of the deal that.

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"don smith" Discussed on The Mindless Morning Show

The Mindless Morning Show

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"don smith" Discussed on The Mindless Morning Show

"Okay a manly beard. that was. i wasn't sure that beer just to hide it. That's he's actually a ball chilean straps away. That's the way your beard. How long did did he grow. I was completely down to bear chin of little over three years ago and how that happened. At every year for halloween we do a tribute to a dead comedians tribute show. Oh yeah that year. I decided that i was going to be John belushi though i saved i had a beard at the time and i shaved it completely off. I kept the sideburns down to here. And i did john. Belushi version of joe cocker's a little help from my friends. Which if you've never seen jumped if you've never seen joe cocker profound that song. Watch it and then watch john. Belushi performed that song and then watch him back to back lou. She does such a great job of mimicking him. 'cause joe cocker when he sings. He's very animated in the watch. John belushi so that's what i did at wylie's to the point where i even. I have a scar on my elbow. We're i commit. Because i figured i shaved my beard for this. I'm going to commit to the bit. And i rolled off the stage at the end of the song and i cut the.

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"don smith" Discussed on The Mindless Morning Show

The Mindless Morning Show

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"don smith" Discussed on The Mindless Morning Show

"With don smith and we hope you had a nice little break. We did as well. And i was going to ask you. Don is there any Any current projects that are upcoming that you wanted to talk about but yeah actually just wrapped one up Fortunately we we squeezed in through all the covert stuff doing all the set safety guidelines and everything but Cool i'm executive producer on this one. I'm also one of the actors in it is called black wolf. It's the story of billy black wolf a getting a little revenge. On some old highschool bill bullies later in life. He ended up being a martial arts master and they ended up being a bunch of the bunch of criminals that kind of have their own little Criminal gang and he he gets to take him out mo- mostly Financially sponsored by me who plays i play. Aaron goldman who is a millionaire brother that used to use to get picked on by the same guys decided to finance his revenge tour so that is cool man. I like that That one is actually. I believe it's made it through post production that is added and it's been out to some distributors. I think we have one on the hook. Just real on an still so hopefully. Hopefully that'll get released before too long. Wish she loved man. The best for there are actually i. I mentioned during the break. I got a message about one. That i got an update to the script that i'm really excited about. They're actually two more That are coming up as well Can mention bulletproof. Jesus is a new lexicon.

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"don smith" Discussed on The Mindless Morning Show

The Mindless Morning Show

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"don smith" Discussed on The Mindless Morning Show

"We dive blanked that that is harsh. I haven't done that in theatre. Thank god man onstage. I went up in I tried to add live. I tried to come up with something and it was a train wreck. I feel it. That's when some comments start looking at people in the audience. You with your hat. Where where'd you get that hat. The eighteen hundreds like i have. I have the set. Were that happened. The really bad when i have that somewhere i have never had the heart to watch that again with the tomato or anything right. That's never happened. I've been hit with some pretty harsh words. How god so have you ever been. Have you ever felt burnt out like you're supposed to go on stage and you're just oh yeah just like book. I don't want to feel like crap and two thousand nineteen was really busy here for me in comedy. I got to perform a lot of cool places Zanies out in chicago with world series of comedy when performed a couple of different clubs over indianapolis at your i actually got to do a little bit of traveling doing comedy and i think i averaged about seventeen shows a month that year which is quite a lot for somebody. Old time plus plus. Of course i was doing a lot running wylie's at the time helping around wylie's so it was. That was a very busy year and by the end of it. I was extremely burned out and around october. I decided i was going to take a break. And every time i decided i was going to take a break somebody to offer me a show and okay fine. Yeah i mean the next day so my call and say hey. I'm doing this show. You want okay. Fine just harvey is like we said with with networking. If it's like if. I don't do this show. But if that's where i'm meet somebody who wants to do something big or more almost kick yourself for not doing it so i could get burnt out because you're doing it every weekend or during the week at some point so i think i did. I think i did a fourteen days. Stretch where i actually had actually think i had fifteen shows and fourteen days once. Ooh wow very busy couple weeks so ultimately who are your influences for doing what you do now a lot. I have a lot of early early on. Of course. I loved a lot of the british comedy. I love benny hill. I use a sneak up. Watch that when. I was a kid and was supposed to be in bed. Got trouble is watching. Benny what i grew up in the eighties. Of course Gallagher was real big Unfortunately he went the way of the sledge matic and kind of became nothing but a gimmick but when he first is early stuff i thought he was brilliant. Even the sledge matic the idea of it was brilliant but it just got to where that was all he did and he played to the low made a ton of money let play to the lowest common denominator. He just became a gimmick which sucks. Because what i was. When i was a kid i thought he was brilliant. But i'm richard. Jenny is another favorite of mine. That's where i love the rants. He used to do because he'd go on ten minutes where he wouldn't even bid didn't even feel like he'd stopped. Take a breath. I don't know if you've ever seen any richard jenny unfortunately emitted suicide several years ago but He was he was brilliant. He was a brilliant comic. I think the. I think he was in one movie and he played jim friend in the mask talk. That was richard jenny. I think that was the only only mainstream movie he ever did but his comedy was he had. I think eight or nine Hbo specials you might be able to find some of them on net flicks. Yeah that's awesome so he was definitely a favourite george carlin. He's one george carlin's classic. I mean there are so many classics that you can throw out there as well that we a lot of us wouldn't exist without even ron dangerfield. I didn't like his stand up as much as i liked his interviews because he was just so quick so anyway and funny. Yeah it's funny like a lot of comedians. Like i feel like whenever a comedian would do an interview. I feel like the interviewers like tulsa joke on and like. That's not what i'm here for exactly exactly well. It's it's kind of like my show. I've had comedians come on my show and they're trying to do stick. It's like nope shut up. We're having a good discussion here. We you buy. If i wanna see your comedy i can go to one of your shows your shows. This is the radio exactly exactly. I can understand that. I really get today anymore but then i also i also see when the okay maybe a few of materials that will get more people..

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"don smith" Discussed on The Mindless Morning Show

The Mindless Morning Show

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"don smith" Discussed on The Mindless Morning Show

"I got the call. They lost their funding. They weren't able to sell them there. They were gonna head back to california was. That's that really sucks because that could have been. That could have been something that i feel like. A lot of need would really interested in that. You know for sure. I got to read the back story on this place because this is an information they gave me. I started looking at up. It was a. It was a speakeasy during prohibition until the until the mafia came in and tried to take it over and i mean there throughout the history of this place where it was a slaughterhouse or a place where the satan is hang out or or a A speak easy or a nightclub there were so many murders in so many unsolved weird things that happen there. Wow that was. I was really psyched to film there and didn't get to the creepiest place to film was I kind of went off on a tangent from when i do that is what we do here. It's show so we're absolutely. I did get the film at another creepy spot called post town. Elementary school in germantown. Ohio shit loose count. Elementary is supposedly extremely haunted. It's been like the ghost. Hunter shows a couple of times at other than being very quick very very creepy and a few places that are inexplicably a very cold nesting like certain areas of a room whereas no reason to be different temperature. Other than that kind of weird stuff. I didn't say anything but it was creepy blaze. The curb baugh is with hells gate turns out. It's animal hosts from the slaughterhouse. Though there there were a lot of other people killed there to. I'm sure yeah. I mean i can only imagine i. I'm i cannot wait. I'm gonna look into this. I hope documentaries about this. I'm a huge documentary mary. I'm sure i'm sure there are there. Should be if they're art. Because i mean it's definitely one of the one of the most haunted places in the country from what everything i've looked into. We had an interview with a psychic medium. Who was actually pretty mind blowing on our on our show. She she said should about josh on either is no way in. Hell looked it up. It was out there and it's pretty creepy. He's talked about. She's talked about different segments of.

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"don smith" Discussed on The Mindless Morning Show

The Mindless Morning Show

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"don smith" Discussed on The Mindless Morning Show

"So how how long how. How long overall had been doing everything in that field I started out acting in my mid twenty s just local theater mostly and Which doesn't pay anything but it was still fun. It was again love of the craft. And i did several local theater productions over the years and kinda fell out of that i like i said i tried to work in a couple of films back. Ten fifteen twenty years ago and things just didn't work out so i got out of it I went on several auditions other than that. Baboon that were equally bad. I did get a couple of films in here and there but You know that you get cast in something that you this really cool in the financing falls through and they scrapped the whole project in your there was one i was so excited about. It was Hell's gate is what the name of the film was. And it sounded like the hell's gate is a real place. It's it's the nickname of bobby mackie's music world northern kentucky which is one of the most haunted places in the country. I mean there are stories. There have been several exercises done on this place. I mean there. There are actual police reports of things going on witnessed by police officers. So it's not just drunk people in the bar that are seeing these. there are actually police reports on events. That happen in this place. Is this the place. That has like the devil's chair like in bricks. I don't believe so what this place have was had a well of blood underneath it and in the early eighteen hundreds it was a slaughterhouse and they drained on the lead into this well in the basement and of course it seeped out into the licking river which is one of the few rivers in the world that has northern flow which makes it that much more weird and unique but it became when they closed the slaughterhouse down it became kind of a haven for satan worshippers and there were a lot of weird rituals. That happen there including one woman in the late eighteen. Hundreds named i believe bailey pearl. I think was her name. she was she was killed and beheaded and they never found her head. They found like they found the guys that did it. And they pleaded guilty but they they they hung them and these guys could have gotten out of the hanging as they revealed the location of this poor woman's ed but they refuse to do it because they thought whatever being they were praying in. The afterlife was going to be that much worse if they reveal the really really creepy stuff and i was so psyched. Because we're going to be filming.

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"don smith" Discussed on IN A CITY LIKE YOURS

IN A CITY LIKE YOURS

11:09 min | 2 years ago

"don smith" Discussed on IN A CITY LIKE YOURS

"I would say for that if you want to get involved in the in the podcast followed the life one zero six nine on facebook and Don Smith comedy on twitter because I always post the episodes on there and we go facebook live when we record the show live in the WWF Studio. We have cameras up and we actually go facebook. Live with it. If you guys want to see my pretty face and who doesn't but where was I? I was talking about bringing the guests on but I performed at Zanies and then My wife got increasingly frustrated about all the time that I was away from home. Both performing plus with the club plus with the radio show and you know several movies that. I've been working on in fact just in the past three months. I believe I was in five movies and TV shows that were released on a TV. Show that you can find right now on Amazon and Amazon. Prime called Boggy CREEK The bigfoot series. I get to be a featured lead on one of their episodes which is a lot of fun. That's working with Henrik. Kuta who I worked with many times. Wonderful young filmmaker. A lot of fun to work with. I work with William Lee. Allot thank you recently. Had Four of his films just release and I think of those four three of those you can find me in in Black Mamba. There's one called the Gujer. That's getting ready to come out. Which is kind of a horror movie kind of a Zombie thing and we're still six feet below. Hell is one of the biggest successes that we had. It's actually been available in the red box kiosks for almost three years now or two and a half years. I think but that was. That was one of the most fun time they ever had and film eventually. Of course things with the wife just continued to get worse and worse in two thousand nineteen became kind of my year of transition and disaster because she moved out back in June. I've been kind of shake incense and things are kind of keeping busy with everything that they have going on. I think is the only way that I've managed to keep any sanity at all as just by by hidden everything I'm doing and hitting it extra hard you know with everything that's been happening with the life radio show lately in some of the guests. I've had on have actually had the the way I structure the show. I do a two hour live show in the radio studio and then I break it into two one hour podcast episode. So I've been releasing two two episodes week of the podcast. I recently started having to release a third episode. Because I've been getting so many so many great guests on lately that I don't have enough enough of the live shows to get them all on. I'm Kinda rambling at this point but I think the change in my life that happened when I bought the comedy club was just. It wasn't anything that I expected at all because again I was supposed to be. I was supposed to be just a silent partner and then all of a sudden I got thrust into everything and I don't think my wife was able to understand what I'd gotten myself into and how difficult it would be to get myself out of it because it's not like it's not something. I can just walk away because there are so many people that rely on it for income and they rely on it for so many other things you know the comics rely on. It is a as part of their home. They're dating comics. That consider Wylie's their home base and I I can't just walk away and let it crumble. I don't have it in me to do that. And the past. Several months of my marriage that was all she was expecting is for me to just walk away from the club and let it fall to rebel is very unfortunate. Things had to go the way they went as definitely than a major shake-up this year still reeling. A little bit but staying as busy as I'm able to stay is a very helpful thing. I'm sorry to hear that lies like you said it's a difficult thing to go through and when you have a relationship that ends after so many years a lot. If you think about that you that you used to in that you're gonNA miss in not going to be a part of your life anymore. Where their children involved Fortunately not had two wives no children I. That's that's one saving. Grace is at least there weren't any children involved because that always makes things of course makes things bad for the children and makes things worse for everybody involved so Wiley is still running. It's still up and going Wylie's is still up and running. In fact I'm hosting the show this Friday for a comedian named Jeff and then Saturday. Todd mccombs will be there. We'd do a we do an annual toy drive show and we collect toys to donate to house of bread of our charities that we donate to the UH. I get to be part of that show. I still get up and perform at Wylie's as often as I can without without pushing anybody else out of the way because I don't want to be that kind of club owner but yeah it's it's still up and going Still it's stronger than it was as when I when I first got involved every week. We didn't know if we were going to have to shut it down every week. We were afraid that the doors we're going to close and we wouldn't be able to open backup but We're going lot stronger than we were right. Now you gave us an idea that A short film career. Were you ever into theater like? Did you do comedy theater as well as stand up in my in my mid twenties as twenty five years old and I I I got involved in local theater. Dayton theater guild had an audition. I just happen to show up and I. It was fun because I walked in and local theater. If you've event for anybody that's been involved. They know that it's everybody knows everybody. It's like a family and I walked in and I didn't know a single person in there. They handed me a sheet to fill out where I could list my previous theater experience go. I'd never done any of this not in high school or junior high anything so I so I've never done anything like this. And they said well. It doesn't matter if you've been in high. School is the note still nothing so I handed him back a blank piece of paper with my name. A number on it and I stepped in to the theater to audition and they were just doing cold breeds. Of course it's theater so I show up fifteen minutes early and nobody's there till about ten minutes after and I walk in a introduce myself. Stage managers air the producer. The director and I sit down and wait and other people start to show up and every every person that came in not only knew each other but they all knew the director and the producer in the stage manager everybody on a first name basis and the whole time I'm thanking. It's Kinda pointless for me to be here because I really don't think I have a chance. I've never done this before and I know absolutely no one but I went ahead rather than leave. I went ahead and auditioned. Just just for the heck of it to see what would happen. And I ended up getting cast in eight parts including the narrator. That was my first stage experience at twenty five years old a week. It was actually. It was a week after September eleventh of two thousand and one. We put on comedy which was a weird time to put on comedy right after nine. Eleven the the the show must go on they say and it was People needed to laugh so we had fun. It was it ended up being a good show. One of the things that helped me. Because of course stage fried. I don't know what's going to happen. I don't know if I'm going to get out there and freeze or blank or anything we're backstage and of course I they we prerecorded all my narrator Lines so I'm I'm also one of the first people coming on stage for the show so as I'm backstage waiting in the wings I can hear my voice booming over the speaker and people are already laughing which is good because it was a comedy and that that really helped me relax and then the whole time. I'm thinking okay. I may actually get through this and it was a lot of fun it really was and I did a handful. More shows with the Dayton theater guild also did a lot of shows with the Brookeville Community Theater Troy Civic Theatre added several shows with them The thing with live theater is it requires such a time commitment because you're in rehearsals for minimum two months in a plus you had you have tech week. You have hell week you have. You know there's so much you have to commit to it and with my work schedule and everything that I've had going on lately I. It's been a long time since I've able been able to think about Performing Live Theater and I really miss that. That's actually when I started doing that. Excel in love with theater. I started doing. Stand up comedy. I mean I always kinda wanted to but the main reason I started as because even though I couldn't get up and perform theater I still had the itch to be on stage and with standup. You can do that on your own. You can come up with your own material. And that's that's what makes it such different animal from theater. I mean yes. You're on stage but comedy you're on stage bearing your soul because that's all your material. It is nothing but you and a Mike Stand and that's so much more terrifying than reading words somebody else wrote and memorizing them and just emoting your played at you wrote. What was it about Play that I wrote was called little blue pills. I wrote that when I was uh. I believe I yeah. I had already actually graduated with my bachelor's degree in this was a class that I that I was taking as a Grad student when I came back and right state was paying for it when I worked there and that I was Late Thirties I think it was thirty nine when I wrote that. And of course a little blue pill has a lot of different connotations as man. That's yeah as a man pushing his forties And at the time I was Was very overweight. Now is about three hundred and forty five pounds at the time actually beginning of this year. I was about three twenty five and with everything. That's happened throughout this year. I was to fifty..

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"don smith" Discussed on IN A CITY LIKE YOURS

IN A CITY LIKE YOURS

11:09 min | 2 years ago

"don smith" Discussed on IN A CITY LIKE YOURS

"I would say for that if you want to get involved in the in the podcast followed the life one zero six nine on facebook and Don Smith comedy on twitter because I always post the episodes on there and we go facebook live when we record the show live in the WWF Studio. We have cameras up and we actually go facebook. Live with it. If you guys want to see my pretty face and who doesn't but where was I? I was talking about bringing the guests on but I performed at Zanies and then My wife got increasingly frustrated about all the time that I was away from home. Both performing plus with the club plus with the radio show and you know several movies that. I've been working on in fact just in the past three months. I believe I was in five movies and TV shows that were released on a TV. Show that you can find right now on Amazon and Amazon. Prime called Boggy CREEK The bigfoot series. I get to be a featured lead on one of their episodes which is a lot of fun. That's working with Henrik. Kuta who I worked with many times. Wonderful young filmmaker. A lot of fun to work with. I work with William Lee. Allot thank you recently. Had Four of his films just release and I think of those four three of those you can find me in in Black Mamba. There's one called the Gujer. That's getting ready to come out. Which is kind of a horror movie kind of a Zombie thing and we're still six feet below. Hell is one of the biggest successes that we had. It's actually been available in the red box kiosks for almost three years now or two and a half years. I think but that was. That was one of the most fun time they ever had and film eventually. Of course things with the wife just continued to get worse and worse in two thousand nineteen became kind of my year of transition and disaster because she moved out back in June. I've been kind of shake incense and things are kind of keeping busy with everything that they have going on. I think is the only way that I've managed to keep any sanity at all as just by by hidden everything I'm doing and hitting it extra hard you know with everything that's been happening with the life radio show lately in some of the guests. I've had on have actually had the the way I structure the show. I do a two hour live show in the radio studio and then I break it into two one hour podcast episode. So I've been releasing two two episodes week of the podcast. I recently started having to release a third episode. Because I've been getting so many so many great guests on lately that I don't have enough enough of the live shows to get them all on. I'm Kinda rambling at this point but I think the change in my life that happened when I bought the comedy club was just. It wasn't anything that I expected at all because again I was supposed to be. I was supposed to be just a silent partner and then all of a sudden I got thrust into everything and I don't think my wife was able to understand what I'd gotten myself into and how difficult it would be to get myself out of it because it's not like it's not something. I can just walk away because there are so many people that rely on it for income and they rely on it for so many other things you know the comics rely on. It is a as part of their home. They're dating comics. That consider Wylie's their home base and I I can't just walk away and let it crumble. I don't have it in me to do that. And the past. Several months of my marriage that was all she was expecting is for me to just walk away from the club and let it fall to rebel is very unfortunate. Things had to go the way they went as definitely than a major shake-up this year still reeling. A little bit but staying as busy as I'm able to stay is a very helpful thing. I'm sorry to hear that lies like you said it's a difficult thing to go through and when you have a relationship that ends after so many years a lot. If you think about that you that you used to in that you're gonNA miss in not going to be a part of your life anymore. Where their children involved Fortunately not had two wives no children I. That's that's one saving. Grace is at least there weren't any children involved because that always makes things of course makes things bad for the children and makes things worse for everybody involved so Wiley is still running. It's still up and going Wylie's is still up and running. In fact I'm hosting the show this Friday for a comedian named Jeff and then Saturday. Todd mccombs will be there. We'd do a we do an annual toy drive show and we collect toys to donate to house of bread of our charities that we donate to the UH. I get to be part of that show. I still get up and perform at Wylie's as often as I can without without pushing anybody else out of the way because I don't want to be that kind of club owner but yeah it's it's still up and going Still it's stronger than it was as when I when I first got involved every week. We didn't know if we were going to have to shut it down every week. We were afraid that the doors we're going to close and we wouldn't be able to open backup but We're going lot stronger than we were right. Now you gave us an idea that A short film career. Were you ever into theater like? Did you do comedy theater as well as stand up in my in my mid twenties as twenty five years old and I I I got involved in local theater. Dayton theater guild had an audition. I just happen to show up and I. It was fun because I walked in and local theater. If you've event for anybody that's been involved. They know that it's everybody knows everybody. It's like a family and I walked in and I didn't know a single person in there. They handed me a sheet to fill out where I could list my previous theater experience go. I'd never done any of this not in high school or junior high anything so I so I've never done anything like this. And they said well. It doesn't matter if you've been in high. School is the note still nothing so I handed him back a blank piece of paper with my name. A number on it and I stepped in to the theater to audition and they were just doing cold breeds. Of course it's theater so I show up fifteen minutes early and nobody's there till about ten minutes after and I walk in a introduce myself. Stage managers air the producer. The director and I sit down and wait and other people start to show up and every every person that came in not only knew each other but they all knew the director and the producer in the stage manager everybody on a first name basis and the whole time I'm thanking. It's Kinda pointless for me to be here because I really don't think I have a chance. I've never done this before and I know absolutely no one but I went ahead rather than leave. I went ahead and auditioned. Just just for the heck of it to see what would happen. And I ended up getting cast in eight parts including the narrator. That was my first stage experience at twenty five years old a week. It was actually. It was a week after September eleventh of two thousand and one. We put on comedy which was a weird time to put on comedy right after nine. Eleven the the the show must go on they say and it was People needed to laugh so we had fun. It was it ended up being a good show. One of the things that helped me. Because of course stage fried. I don't know what's going to happen. I don't know if I'm going to get out there and freeze or blank or anything we're backstage and of course I they we prerecorded all my narrator Lines so I'm I'm also one of the first people coming on stage for the show so as I'm backstage waiting in the wings I can hear my voice booming over the speaker and people are already laughing which is good because it was a comedy and that that really helped me relax and then the whole time. I'm thinking okay. I may actually get through this and it was a lot of fun it really was and I did a handful. More shows with the Dayton theater guild also did a lot of shows with the Brookeville Community Theater Troy Civic Theatre added several shows with them The thing with live theater is it requires such a time commitment because you're in rehearsals for minimum two months in a plus you had you have tech week. You have hell week you have. You know there's so much you have to commit to it and with my work schedule and everything that I've had going on lately I. It's been a long time since I've able been able to think about Performing Live Theater and I really miss that. That's actually when I started doing that. Excel in love with theater. I started doing. Stand up comedy. I mean I always kinda wanted to but the main reason I started as because even though I couldn't get up and perform theater I still had the itch to be on stage and with standup. You can do that on your own. You can come up with your own material. And that's that's what makes it such different animal from theater. I mean yes. You're on stage but comedy you're on stage bearing your soul because that's all your material. It is nothing but you and a Mike Stand and that's so much more terrifying than reading words somebody else wrote and memorizing them and just emoting your played at you wrote. What was it about Play that I wrote was called little blue pills. I wrote that when I was uh. I believe I yeah. I had already actually graduated with my bachelor's degree in this was a class that I that I was taking as a Grad student when I came back and right state was paying for it when I worked there and that I was Late Thirties I think it was thirty nine when I wrote that. And of course a little blue pill has a lot of different connotations as man. That's yeah as a man pushing his forties And at the time I was Was very overweight. Now is about three hundred and forty five pounds at the time actually beginning of this year. I was about three twenty five and with everything. That's happened throughout this year. I was to fifty..

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"don smith" Discussed on IN A CITY LIKE YOURS

IN A CITY LIKE YOURS

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"don smith" Discussed on IN A CITY LIKE YOURS

"Phenomenal people. You know like I see all these people with talent and stuff and and being surrounded by that. And it's it's humbling. It's very humbling. The ME and like I don't I don't even know where to begin to. Thank whoever whatever's out there that gave this little this little five foot seven dude from Cleveland Ohio. All these blessings let me ask you. Are you still wrapping now? After I was kicked out of my label. I did try to kind of wrap on my own but I don't know I think after all of the stuff I have been through with the Music Industry. The all the ups and downs. I kind of lost I I kind of you know the first time in my life music was always something I fell back on. But at this moment like it's not now you know like I'd say after a year year and a half after I I came from a label I stop rapping and that's kind of where I was at my crossroads. I didn't know what to do after that. That's kind of how I fell into podcasting 'cause I I really was lost. And honestly if it wasn't for Erica. Lauren meet in her. I don't think I would be doing this so I kinda. Oh Um her. Thanks and Even humanly cast of alcock show. I mean I've talked talks lake A BILL AND ALAN A couple times and they've always been super nice There's there's a Lotta. There's a lot of people that are like their national during National. Show and like you know there's A. There's a lot of people that you know you try to talk to somebody. And they're they're just really like all like these hasn't but they're really down to earth and they're really cool people and I have tremendous respect for them. I'm Chris I'm also Chris and together we do accommodate. Podcast CO cooking with grief each week. We dive into full surprising facts about NFL from science to history the word world. We live in making jokes about all of it as we go along. You can find as an I tunes or wherever you listen to podcasts. And you can also find his twitter at cooking with grief no jeon cooking. Glitter apparently is so unique that it can be effectively used as evidence. The Bank of England's chief economist has to stop using people spotify. There's a way of measuring the economy in China offenders has been translated as fully an all women's Federation not only did the Russians capture. The Crimean Peninsula. They also captured some Ukrainian Military Dolphins in Pinocchio and the film becomes a real boy in the original ends with a cat and a fox hanging from a tree. Scientists have white snails memory instead of going camp. We have an extensive series of tunnels. Why after a giant people killing snake who had fallen debate? Scott Obviously Oh. So what have you got to lose? Give it a try not to lose but your sweet precious time. Yeah that's true. All right everybody on the train all aboard you snooze you lose by my Lou back. Say you train. Don't let him on. Oh okay all right. Listen here greenhorn. I'm GonNa teach you everything you need to know about. How to conduct a podcast? First thing you need to know is never stay on topic ever Sir. What do you want tab? People are complaining about the vendor movie. Still I don't care feed them just this leak or something get them off my back. Sir. It says in the book that you need to stay on topic as a pod group. The book Greenhorn. The book was written by dinosaurs. Second thing you need to know is never report news at not at least two or three weeks old. Sarah what you what? People are complaining about the POKEMON. Go update I don't care just Jack them or something. Shut THEM UP ON IT. Sir. What do you want? Greenhorn train might be going off the rails. That's exactly how we run this show. This is the crazy train of thought. Podcast brought to you by the idiot. Savants find us anywhere. You listen to podcasts. Www dot crazy train of thought DOT com..

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"don smith" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

06:49 min | 2 years ago

"don smith" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"And I don't know if quandary's is the right word but there are some interesting decisions that have to be made and some interesting battles and because of the lack of the DH in the National League the Mets have a harder time figuring out how to work the don Smith so the world into being useful players of course they're all helped by the load management the goes on now where you know even be allowed so Jeff McNeil polygon play a hundred and thirty games instead of the old days playing a hundred and forty eight or a hundred and fifty three or a hundred fifty five games now maybe the play a hundred thirty or a hundred thirty five games so somebody has to play those other games so that's part of it but it's going to be interesting to watch how talk man void and Ford Clint Frazier JD Davis Tom Smith our enveloped in the lineup assuming that you have sense but is Conforto animal if Jeff McNeil's playing third words Davis play so it's going to be interesting to watch in the pre the shuffle with those players I just mention goes on I'm interested in Clint Frazier you know I am I why one old what happens the Clint Frazier career he's one of those rare guys that have put pressure does get dealt I'll be very interested now he does sometimes you lose a player and you're like okay he's gone now let's move on you know like if that have if if Tyler Wade left they were they had jury for awhile and he left one of the prominent no I wish him well but I don't pay much attention Clint Frazier leaves I'll be paying attention well let's go to Jess in south orange up next on the fan hi Jess Hey Chris how you doing good what's up so I I I was talking earlier today about how professional athletes really anybody professional sport they can't they can't tell the truth anymore now look no further than I forget the guy's name is general manager in the NBA he gets on each with about Hong Kong all with that into blaming hundreds of millions of dollars in losses on this guy the Astros never gonna get a job again yeah you know what what what do you think this type of repercussions it's unbelievable and these guys have to be scared out of their mind yeah but that is that Jess is a special circumstance right you're dealing with a communist country that is singular in its views on the international front it is a very important market to the league he represented and he basically stepped in it in exactly the wrong spot it's not like many like nobody in baseball could have made the mistake that that Astros GM or president made are not Astros rockets in it is impossible to make that so I don't love that analogy because it was against a country and its government and it is a closed talk about monopoly a closed country and government and vindictive country in government so that isolated incident did blow up in his face without question but it was not something that many people are in a position to make that kind of mistake because China is China and it is a different world than we know of and so many ways and it's an important market to the NBA and his lack of knowledge about how his words would be perceived is not something that you had the war have to worry about here within our country you basically know most of the time how your words are going to be perceived here when you make a comment okay I was I mean to close out the show I was very disappointed in hedge I understand that there are a lot of forces that keep you from telling the truth maybe even when you want to I get that but that answer last night and Verdoux cheese unwillingness to follow up was a major disappointment and should be held as such and all of the happiness and wonderful listen old core is a great guy and hinge is a great guy you know he is a great guy goes out the window to me breaking a couple TV's with a bat to say you disapprove come on I mean what are you talking about here you're the manager of the team he either goes on a you know with your knowledge or doesn't any clearly knew so all this has got caught up in it maybe maybe it and his heart he's a good dying but he didn't take the mature level he didn't take and now I don't know what his options are for coming clean I don't know what baseball wanting to do I don't want what the Astros organization wants him to do I don't know what's in his best interest like all people talking about the roles and how we should have come clean thirty years ago and he did it in by now on all of and taken care of we make that assumption because we don't know I made it I think it's probably true but I don't know it to be true I don't know let's put it this way I don't know what the best course of action for AJ Hinch and his baseball career is I don't know that coming clean is better than keeping his mouth shut for one minute I don't know that I just know that last night's answer should make you angry you should be holding baseball and all of your sports to a higher ethical standard than what you've got and you shouldn't apologize for it and you shouldn't take a lot of golf of taking it too seriously and you shouldn't listen to people say oh just get over it stop your whining that doesn't change things that doesn't make.

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"don smith" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"don smith" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Chris I am the don Smith of anchors we restore grants will star in the top of the eighth inning back end of a day night doubleheader between the Rockies and nationals the nats took the first game three two and they lead in the eighth inning in game number two two to nothing Yankees and twins in a wild one the two teams have combined it twenty home runs in three nights yanks we'd tonight ten to seven they're in the bottom of the ninth inning top of the fifth inning out in LA angels leave the Dodgers two to one everything else is complete in addition to the nationals three to win over the Rockies raise beat the red Sox three to two Phillies for nothing over the Tigers brewers beat the Reds five to four Justin Verne lander eleven strikeouts in six innings of work the Astros double up on the athletics forty two Charles were mariners beat the Rangers five three dead vocal back a two home runs dynamax five two of the Orioles cubs beat the giants four to one by is more and Brian all hit home runs cardinals fourteen to it over the pirates all the young three home runs machine deliver complete game one hit shutout strikes at ten AM then inspect the blue jays for nothing pottery seven two of the maps Royals to nothing over the Braves Marlins to nothing over the white Sox tightens up and some tackle Taylor Lewan said he's failed a drug test it's going to cost in the first four games of the season Packers of cut Mike Daniels the former pro bowler meanwhile the Panthers have signed first round pick Bryan burns Russell crew will miss the start of training camp could miss all of it due to an unspecified medical issue the patriots have signed tight end lance Kendricks hi to the NBA where according to reports Palca solace signing a one year deal with the Portland trail Blazers and the endorsement agreement between pelicans number one overall pick.

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"don smith" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

04:11 min | 3 years ago

"don smith" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Pride gets in your way you make a mistake you make mistake don Smith doesn't fit the Mets he just doesn't fit it's nobody's fault who knew pre launch would you know be the rookie of the year nobody but don Smith now doesn't fit you think you're going to get more for bomb Smith later why why do you think that Tom been traded a month ago what good teams do that we just talked to Jason call about what Bella checked us now they get rid of an early and how they get a situation going were you know they're able to look down the road and the thing about this as it pertains the starting pitching is this is not news now we have watched the steady decline of the number of al to starter gets year after year after year in this decade the starter lasts fewer batters throws fewer pages and leaves more work for the rest of the staff this is a time in baseball and I don't ever remember one like it where you have to have in order to be successful and the best teams do eight twenty five man roster meaning that you can take your twenty third twenty fourth twenty fifth player and be comfortable putting him in the game because he's a good player that is preferable to having starting pitching you'd rather be deep now I don't remember that I mean never as a kid there's always three guys are they ever played you know now nobody hardly ever place older Risi who's been hot gave up I think all mine runs that island close to it anyway and the reason is because they couldn't take a mile data everybody left they played eight six on Monday and fourteen twelve last night and only reason great pictures had a great year you don't win with starting pitching you win with balance you have to have it all you have to have all of it and every guy in your bullpen has to be somebody you're not afraid of for just these reasons you play too many high scoring games I saw somebody was in a fourteen seven they're all over the place these high scoring games are all over the place using for have pictures a game on average each team you played six times a week sometimes seven come on auto easy for ratings ten runs I'm sorry ten it's nine runs to walk seven strikeouts so we did give up all mine and J. happy got bombed three the third six eight six runs but J. half model Risi result great years part of the reason the twins have been so good so you can't hide your roster anymore and you'd rather be deep then great at the top and starting pitching he just what I don't actually you only have a banner so you better you better have eight batters and you can look each guy is twelve and a half percent when you divide a hundred percent by eight that's how many batters you have we leave the picture out of it no D. H. that means each guy represents twelve and a half percent of your office what does that mean what means the two guys represent twenty five percent of your offense if you can make a trade for two guys they're going to play for you that's twenty five percent of your offense that you're picking up in that trade but you gotta be balanced you can't have dogs on your bench and you can't have dogs coming in to pitch.

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