20 Burst results for "Esparza"
"esparza" Discussed on Story Pirates Podcast
"That's what makes him like a really good bad guy it's an interesting villain for sure. And what about the famous villain in sherlock holmes stories professor moriarty. Oh yeah. I feel like he's also a good villain because he's just a smart and just as good like thinking as sherlock he just uses knowledge in a bad way right and so a good villain is kind of a match for the hero right. Yeah and sometimes even better so the villain or the hero has to problem solving to defeat the villain right so another element in your story. Is you have a hologram right. Yeah can you describe what a hologram is for. Someone who doesn't know a holiday is basically a three dimensional screen. So it's kind of like a ghost gets like popping out like treaty glasses. Do you think the in the future there will be a lot of holograms. There might be like like self driving cars. It's a little bit creepy. If there's like a car driving so they might put a hologram. they're just to like comfort. Like okay kind of someone driving. Oh that's really good in. If the driver like tries to talk to you too much you can tell them that. You don't wanna talk and you don't have to feel bad about it. Yeah you don't have to like try to put it in a nice way but also a little bit of a nice way. You don't have to agonized so sean. In your story your characters have a lot of observations that they make with their five senses. If feels like that's something that you were relying on in your writing. If you only use your eyes then you'll see less stuff because if you like something that might help you solve the case or whatever you're doing listening to a podcast is a perfect example of something where you're not using your eyes at all or are there things that you learn from listening to a podcast. Because it's just audio and you're just using your ears. Well it's sorta like gives me like a way to use my imagination. It's really fun to use your imagination because like in a movie if you see a character that they look quite and that's the imaging your mind but if you're listening to something you can make anyone look like anything you want right like you probably imagine that. I have incredible muscles and i'm like very well dressed. Yeah probably sean. I love you story. Thank you so much for talking to me about it today. Welcome thank you performing it. You're so welcome. Have a great day. Bye bye sean. That's it for today's episode. Thanks to today's authors. Izzy and sean and a huge thanks to all of you at home for listening and sticking with us through one hundred episodes. I can't believe it. I really can't believe it before we go. Here's today's story spark kids. Right is a story about a magician who creates a schalke new magic trick tell us what the magic trick does what happens when they debut in for the first time and how the audience response most of all tell us how this new magic trick changes the life of the magician forever as always. Grownups can submit stories at story. Pirates dot com. Cnx time the story buyers. Podcast is a production of gimblett media executive produced by leo retreat and benjamin saga this episode was produced by mike avalon. Jackson i peter mcnerney andrew miller meghan. O.'neil leo retreat. Jonathan roberts jasmin romero rachel in its can't nominee wear recording sound design and mixing by sam bayer relic room in new york city. Our theme song was written by bobby. Lord range by brennan greatest jack mitchell produced by brennan o'grady and featuring the be foxing of caleb milady musical scoring by jack mitchell. Our head rider rachel in its e staff. Writers are fight. Kabalan and michaela lawrence in contributing. Writers are mcnerney meghan. O'neill in overdrinking. Special guests raul esparza.
A.I. Startup Sunhouse Founder Tlacael Esparza Finds His Rhythm
"Being tech guy. I've always been interested in an electronic drum and it's never quite done it for me until i found out about son house. They make the system called sensory percussion. it's hardware. it's software. It's organic it's a i. It's incredible i've been using it for the past six weeks or something. And what can i say it's awesome. I'm so excited to have you on the pod to talk about sun house. Thanks so much for making the time and joining the invidia podcast. Yeah thanks for. Thanks for having me. It's a pleasure to be here. So i'm glad i threw out the scripted thing. He just went with full on gushing. I've really been enjoying this. And and you know. I haven't played drums a long time. But i'm not a. I'm not a professional. I'm not a touring active missing but the clips and videos of of the artists on your roster using this stuff Go out there and check it. If you haven't already son house sensory percussion just google watched some clips back and listen to the podcast. It's amazing stuff. Tell the audience about it. If you would sure so likewise. I'm a drummer bene- drummer most of my life and same with you. I was not super inspired by electronic drums. But you know we are really inspired by the kind of power you can have. When using a computer to make music amount of power you have over the frequency range over just producing and controlling and like just manipulating any sound in the world and sensor percussion is really trying to take that power of sonnet control. That a computer brings infuse it with the physical. Artistry of drumming You know so much of playing an instrument is embedded in your body and we really wanted to capture that kind of the muscle memory and the magic of actually moving through space and hitting objects and the kind of nuance that brings and and you know emotional connection that brings to computer music really
"esparza" Discussed on The AI Podcast
"Being tech guy. I've always been interested in an electronic drum and it's never quite done it for me until i found out about son house. They make the system called sensory percussion. it's hardware. it's software. It's organic it's a i. It's incredible i've been using it for the past six weeks or something. And what can i say it's awesome. I'm so excited to have you on the pod to talk about sun house. Thanks so much for making the time and joining the invidia podcast. Yeah thanks for. Thanks for having me. It's a pleasure to be here. So i'm glad i threw out the scripted thing. He just went with full on gushing. I've really been enjoying this. And and you know. I haven't played drums a long time. But i'm not a. I'm not a professional. I'm not a touring active missing but the clips and videos of of the artists on your roster using this stuff <hes>. Go out there and check it. If you haven't already son house sensory percussion just google watched some clips back and listen to the podcast. It's amazing stuff. Tell the audience about it. If you would sure so likewise. I'm a drummer bene- drummer most of my life and same with you. I was not super inspired by electronic drums. But you know we are really inspired by the kind of power you can have. When using a computer to make music amount of power you have over the frequency range over just producing and controlling and like just manipulating any sound in the world and sensor percussion is really trying to take that power of sonnet control. That a computer brings infuse it with the physical. Artistry of drumming <hes>. You know so much of playing an instrument is embedded in your body and we really wanted to capture that kind of the muscle memory and the magic of actually moving through space and hitting objects and the kind of nuance that brings and and you know emotional connection that brings to computer music really
"esparza" Discussed on The AI Podcast
"Hello and welcome to the invidia podcast. I'm your host noah kravitz. Today's show. I'm i'm super excited about it to the point where i just threw out the intro that i'd written because it's way too much about me and i just wanna get to our guests. My guest today is gail esparza. He is co founder of an amazing company. Personally speaking on behalf video. But i think i think he likes to. It's called son. House on house technologies And they make a product called sensory percussion backstory on the drummer. I've been listening to and playing.
"esparza" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"On the eye. Her radio app. Keep seeing these different forecast models where the weather is gonna look like in the next couple of days that rain is expected to come in. Sometime tonight into tomorrow and then basically just stay around until Friday night. That'll be fun. It'll be fun to get around it. Z. It's stew weather. Oh, you know what it is? It's suckling pig, taco. Whether you're damn right it is. And for all our suckling pig news, we go to Neil Survey Drawer Fork Reporter Arse are suckling pig. That's him. Well, I don't understand the term suckling pig with one of my big Yeah. What's what? Suckles its about it A baby. Yeah, stop it. Yes. So a suckling pig is probably around 6 £60. You know, it's not like the £400 you ones that you see the L. A County fair, Remember? We used to have affairs and s. So it's about about £60. But we, you know Pork, pork and Mexican food, and it's just it's one of those great time. You just like. I want to eat it. You know the first time you ever have, like kalua pig or something? Sure, and you're just like whole week. Crap and Carnitas and all those great things well in a taco. It's just a beautiful marriage, and it's a thing of beauty. But there's different styles that come from different parts. Of Mexico and for a long time what we had here and even in Los Angeles where you know we were Mexico so You even here in Los Angeles. You have Great tacos and things like that great Mexican food, But we're starting to get more regional little parts of Mexico that are coming to Southern California. And this is new for us to have This particular kind of roasted suckling. It's the whole pig roasted. Then it Z fabricated. Split down the middle and butterflied and then pieces are removed and broken apart into light and dark meat and all these things you've got the crackling the skin on the outside, and it's placed in with traditional Toppings and spices and it's you know, my buddy over who actually wrote the article for Eater Los Angeles, which is where this comes from Bill Esparza. He This guy is just amazing. He's an authority on Latin foods. But he first pointed this out and said, This is something special. And it's in. Cut A Hey, you know who would have thought it a tiny little part. Of Los Angeles here, Southeast area Small, small little town uhm On and you know, maybe 20 minutes from downtown. And it's this guy. It only doesn't on Saturdays and Sundays, and he's got lines of people waiting to get these tacos. It's got to be the ultimate ego boost when you know a place like little place like that doing a traditional, you know, family style recipe or wherever he gets it from, but knows that he's confident that once it gets out there, people are gonna line up for it. And then to see it. Yeah. And built this, by the way, it's there. It 49 01 potatoes. Nice in kata, hay and Saturdays and Sundays only starting around 3 P.m., But Bill Esparza says to go around 2 30, you'll see them actually removing the suckling pig hole from the stainless steel box and breaking it down there and that it Zafer really Beautiful sight. I know there's people who don't know me, but to see them break down and Thea animal and prepare these tacos and people. People get like six of these tacos. You know, it's It's not like we'll have to You just Bust them out. And, Yeah, it's just a really beautiful thing. Put on the corn tortilla. Very simple. A couple of fresh white onions in strips on top, and just a thing of beauty. It really isn't We have so many gems like this here. Is there a sauce that goes on? Yes. And interestingly enough, I know you're a huge mustard fancy is what c'mon that there is one of the cells is that they put on has a base in mustard. S O. A. You know, there are two different. I think one is a little spicier. And then one has done with Tom. Adios. Which you're gonna be, Um Much more mild s o. They have these sauces and you go and you just enjoy it. But it is the talk right now this place and it's you know, a little easy up tent. On and a lot of these places. This is how it starts. You know these air how you get these, like Ricky's, um, fish tacos. I mean, that was he was just bounced around in little places and started up. Now He's got a food truck and I think you might have even had a brick and mortar for a little bit of time. But these places they just they're authentic and focused on the quality of what they're making. And many of them bring it from Their hometown here to Los Angeles. And then you have a community of people that go. Wow. You can get that. I mean, what you know, Shanna. What if you found out there? There's those waffles or whatever from Where were you? Estonian Pancakes? Yes, those things. So if you found out that there was someone you know, down the street the add a little tent that was making those on Saturdays and Sunday, you'll be the first one in the line. Damn right. Yeah, And that's what happens with these things. I mean, somebody could be selling chicken nuggets from Tyson down the street in a tent and I'd probably be the first in line at this point. My God, you guys smell that..
"esparza" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast
"Full bay esparza. That's right. he won last comic standing. He has four specials and he just released on net flicks to specials at the same time. Nnl me as mo- tempo. He did an english one and he did a spanish one and they're both fantastic. They're actually a little bit different too. So we talk about that. We talk about how he ended up and why he wanted to do is special in english and spanish how he brushed up on that spanish and then we gave some good old fashioned advice. But oh my gosh. Support him watch his specials. Listen to his podcast. What's up full and check out the stuff. He's he's in. Movie with paulie shore guest house. He is in the movie. Created by steve burns with jimmy. O yang opening acts heavy fide a net flicks and superstore leader season. Nevada's well and the eric andre show. Gosh what a prolific little pan pizza pizza pan prolific pita polly pebbled pickled peppers so. Felipe support him. Support me as well guys. I am trying to bring you the most gourmet of episodes and in return. I may or may not be subtly asking for a little bit of gretz. You eat we so if you guys wanna live. Leave me a little tip. You guys can go.
"esparza" Discussed on The Cruz Show On Demand
"Yes. You're right now a lot of emotions. There's a lot of emotions going on man listen dodger fans. What does this championship mean to you? Eight, six, six, two, four, six, eight, nine, two, three what does it mean to you? You know now I have my family watching it and it's just so many emotions than yesterday night I actually my daughter after the one the. Year old, but it's just the environment. You know it's odd goodbye like he just says, you see all different types. We see his fantasy Latinos with you may. Just every Everest. Enjoying the good time. and. That's what it is about. You know enjoying the winning. Honestly throughout all of this. Like you mentioned cruise through all of the riots people losing their jobs, people losing family members you know and and I have to give it up one time for la because I mean what doesn't make us break. Doesn't break us make us you know and and we got solitaire behind our backs. We're the most resilient city in the world man seriously man and we're champions dog I. Love this man. Thank you so much for the call. Okay. No problem. Thank you. Tom, let's go stay right there real ninety, two, three new home for hip hop sanding to racism and racial injustice in our black and Brown community get to the cheesman. Man With Dj. Drop it let your was good optimal. So the twenty twenty bt hip hop awards went down last night. But since I was watching the dodgers game, I kept up what it via twitter but yo- shipping out on the fact that the baby that it'd take home no awards he was nominated twelve times but no ward my man got robbed last night a luckily he was into salty about it. This is what he had to say he says I don't think baby dripping at beads. He loves baby. Congrats to the winners has tagged well deserved. But Yo let's talk about the predictions we made. Okay. So. We were right or wrong for hip hop artists of the year the winner was making a stallion and that was less these prediction. So shout out to Leslie for hip hop album of the year we all want with Roddy rich please excuse me for being antisocial and that was the winner that is and for you hip of Artis pop smoke one and we offered that as well. We're not that bad with our predictions. Hey, bro that's right. We should start gambling. That's been lease shot onto the ladies the ladies. Of the year now to wrap city in our check out a snippet of Cypher, by the way, shout out to the head of the night show. He was at the bt awards doing this thing. Up Yeah. Mon headed bring Papillon could bring up coming back three pots when the team rock gem the woulda attitude they never ever tossed cops when they ain't Monette. Him In hip hop bars Yup. Zap Achievement. First Time since nineteen, Eighty, eight, thirty, two seasons. Champions up baseball. A cruel show. Unreal three. Let's go listen fifteen joints or fifteen thousand dollars you gotta keep track DJ Leslie. Listen you've got to keep track of what DJ Leslie Plan. Right so you hear her playing commercial before she plays fifteen joints in a row you could win fifteen thousand dollar money real DJ. Leslie has an update here for you in a few seconds. Stay right here proves shell real neetu three L. as new home for hip pop. Let's get it. Hey, listen dodger's fan podcast break comedian, Phillip Bars suggestion show about ten minutes stay right here and we have this great drunk voice mail you have to hear them beautiful on our twenty four hour hotline. Let's let's hear. I'm on. Top everybody over there at any two three man want to give up all love shut out to all you guys for it's been a crazy twenty, twenty men and coups. Sports. Shoes. All you man everybody I mentioned the money. Excuse me I'm a little drunk I look you don't plan. On. To. Hulu. Mighty. John. CENA traffic lane nephew. Ivan my Cuneo. Whatever? Everybody Men's game all my day. We watched it altogether dutiful. Maybe twenty. Twenty. Gobi. For. You. That we did it thirty two years for the world champion Koby Grandpa your finally and having we did it for you. We Love La crew so. Unreal three I do. Best bars on the foam fifteen joints and fifteen thousand dollars keep track of what Leslie is playing. Her plant commercial before she plays fifteen joints in a row, and by the way we kick this off every afternoon at three forty five. Could win fifteen thousand dollars. For you here in a few seconds, Philippa. Laugh. Felipe Esparza prove real ninety, two, three, La's Neuhof hip hop standing up the racism and racial injustice, our black and brown communities this Philippi shabbiness. ME. Sorry Rub in crisis last night those. Listener we just talked about that. How emotional this win is Man Philippa? What does this dodgers championship mean to you Felipe it immediately everything broad mad also super happy I'm old enough. To go outside and celebrate you know and. Trust you know. But how did you celebrate the whole Bra I went on? A fireworks. Saturday I started crying Bro I didn't cry and. I never went anything. Bro. But you know maybe you know who the real you we but the wrong at the weirdest. Weekly your daughter graduating. cartoons. True Dog I swear that. So true bro You know this is Felipe Esparza knepper especially out right now bad decisions in English and Spagnolo as well. This Philippa is a huge dodgers fan I, mean since birth. First Pitch, I used to work at dodger stadium. I'd be kicked out of dodger stadium. The Dodgers Stadium? Parking lot just to be near the game. I man I used to I used to. Follow Sorta to spark your feats. Tommy. lasagna Anya. Man. Alley. Lakers won the championship man the dodgers and they're still the alley readers are going to win to you never know. In Vegas now, Bro. Angela rule. A lot of. I love people are hating choose. To. Be. 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"esparza" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes
"When when they were the Spanish set. Together they can look at it and go this you motherfucker. Or? They could laugh at it and be a family. Yeah you mentioned your your mom saw this joke in general has your dad heard about as your dad watched it what is your dad think about being talked about on stages with? My Dad. Had Not. Watched us. Or anything like that. In general, how do your parents feel about being talked about on stage? My modeling care she got to be unless comic standing with me and. We had a little moment. You know on last comic standing alone cheerier moment. She didn't like the attention that she got afterwards in bubbly like, Hey, mom. She just didn't like that that party beat pros the streets. But as far the material goes. She They have Netflix, you know and. My brothers don't talk to her about the material against, but she's seen the set already live and I already got. We're we're in New York City. There was a big crowd of people you know waiting for the meeting, greet yeah and most of the next to me, that's my mom right there. And they weren't photo with her. you know considering. They came to this country I I. Mean I've heard you talk about in hopes of giving you and your siblings, more opportunities, how how they appreciated your success. Memorial very happy you know. So with my dad. My Dad I. He had the little boy I know even though he never said it. I know that he always had like the vibe in. The buzz like you know relate the Hollywood buzz. Like when you were a little kid, you will watch a cartoon or somebody that has Hollywood buzz and they go to Hollywood and. The Kid I would watch cartoons about little dogs going to Hollywood and becoming famous, and they're not making it in the little little hobos That's the way the fear. But my dad I know that he wanted to be somebody in film but I never told anybody because. I remember being in Paso featuring. For, Joy Medina featuring and get a call from somebody. To. Put It on channel. Fifty two. And established a pass over the low fifty two hear. You'll your father is on television with your brother on the People's Court but the Mexican version of it And in a toy that's not my brother but that is my dad and they're both line. They got paid to be on television. you you one last comic standing ten years ago to this month while August. Yeah. It came about fifteen years into you doing comedy. How has the last ten years compared to the first? Fifteen? Low. The last ten years at didn't have to wear about pay my rent. Or come my money. You know or count my gigs you know for the next Gig. Like. Before last comic standing. I was hustling man. I would. I. Would make like sometimes fifty dollars a show to ten minutes something the hundreds something hundred, fifty, two, hundred, I'm lucky. But I would line my shows all week just to have enough money to pay my rent. So I would ask to do like fifteen shows a week. I would do like. I. Would've what do they the laugh factory Latino night on Monday. and Tuesday night I would have to go to a place in a in a ghetto of Rosemead. Call Kosta Latina and retirement that play was tough. Like I would see people like J. be smooth Ralphie may Jay Lamont. Cat Williams but he would not called cat. Williams. was called cat in the hat. and. These will walk in there. Man and monsters will yeah and I will walk into to just to make fifty bucks. And then on Wednesdays, I have my own spot. You know where I may seventy five bucks and I will book Comedians know like one time Schon Wayne's came barge Rigas. So many great comedians came through their this all neighborhood man, the east side then Thursday though the comedian named mom. Rudy Morano who had the Normandie casino. and. Some other people had other shows in In Inglewood I remember as data Choi Inglewood that bit one hundred dollars Friday nights laugh factory ten, o'clock show and midnight show. I would hope so man I did have a car I remember. I would have to catch a bus. To the comedy store. One bus to do the Eight o'clock show. And then right there on Fairfax I would have to catch a bus to Hollywood. Boulevard. To catch the The train. To downtown La, and then another train to long beach to do the long. Beach. Ten o'clock show. And then I will come back. To the laugh factory to do the midnight show. With tiffany Haddish Brian Holtzman. Leslie Jones Yeah and all these comics who are we much doing so well, good for them knowing that knowing all of that was the. Last Ten Years Man. I I still like performing still liked to hustler man. I love standard more. and. It's more fun now because people are showing up. I was surprised like. When I was on last comic standing guess one that's coming standing. These changed I was doing the last comic standing tour which was eighty five cities all over America. And then I would meet everybody up at the laughing at the at the big show for the last comic standing tour. At man when I did a show in D. C.. That show sold out in a day and then I have never done that before. I remember when the manager of the of the Improv, she.
"esparza" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes
"Back Philippa Esparza. So the the other thing I want to talk about in terms of writing this joke is you know this special you're releasing both in English and in Spanish. And we'll talk a little bit about the differences between the two but I just what inspired you to to release a special into into languages. I wanted to challenge myself. And when. When I was approached by Netflix for the English. I say how `Bout we do Spanish one to afford more money. I try both. Release both. Because I knew that In here in America. Their fleet has like what? Seventy, six million. Subscribers. But a all over the world like worldwide you know worldwide. It has to be a hundred, seventy, six, million people you know yeah. Because seventy six minutes jazz, United States. In and Of Southern South. America must be more and then stolen. Sullen I went to reach everybody and. I wanted to bring. The American style stand up. To Spanish speaking audiences knowing other parts of the world. Know from Boyle Heights. You know and like. In a row from this type of flavor, you know a little east La Boyle Heights flavor. Let people around the world already know you know from watching movies like blood and blood out American meal into the low rider coacher? As as Transcended and crossed over to Japan. Even you know people whether they like our culture. I even have these two fans from Morocco. Who No other coach from the Chicano mobile blood in blood out yeah and that was the price to me. I'm very cool and they're from Spain they speak Spanish. You know but delivered Morocco and they're both Muslim. There were the job you know. I never seen the an is in their face. But I never seen the the rest of their body, the Muslim that's coacher. Yeah and I figure. If they understand blood in blood out. I have to do. A Spanish. STAND UP COM-. Comedy. Show. Coming from the Mexican American perspective you know. Because there's a Lotta comedian from Mexico. Coming over here and specials add my Spanish isn't that good comes to like. Professional. Telemundo saying in any you know gotta be Sione. SPN Espanol you're speaking too fast. To slow that shit down me because I speak Cheech Jong level. Yeah and they're hilarious. Guys for Mexico. But I'm an I'm speaking from a Mexican American point of view if I don't understand it. There's got to be other people who don't understand it. So I put better better. My Spanish and I better do a Spanish comedy show for the people in Latin America who WANNA hear a a stand up comedian from United States get considering as as you said, your Spanish necessarily so good. What was the process like translating the act? I started off first of all The not, enough time to go into. A Comedy Club and do twenty minutes at a time. You know like the the Comedians I've seen light. Dave Chapelle and then cook columnist. Joe Rogan. They work their acts you know at comedy clubs in the city, but I don't have time. You know the that's good. You know if you're doing English special. Doing a Spanish one. And there are not that many Spanish avenues. Spanish comedy shows too big from. So. I called this comedy club, the Comedy Palace in San Diego. And I asked the guy already have comedies in Spanish. He said Yeah. We have a a headliner coming in from Mexico on Sunday sold out two shows. and. That's all right. Ask You if I could open for her. Like Peru like a headliner. I'm ahead later in English you know I knew that but after humble myself and you know and stepping into a different lane, you know. Yeah. I don't speak. Great. Spanish to be up there in a bump somebody and. The up there forever. So I politely asked if I could open and she said, yes. Awesome. And I got to meet other Spanish comedians there from Mexico one of them when they mom Joel to my your. And this guy was cool man he followed me to three English shows in Fresno and Salinas California and Bakersfield. And then he transcribed. All my stand up from English to Spanish. and. He just transcribed there but once I read it. Is GonNa. Be Harder than I thought because. They don't own funny and Spanish. Yeah. It's hard to describe what that process is like. Okay you have the words but. Wave explaining of like, what is the difference of like? Okay this is what it. This is what it looks like translated but this is what would need to be like to sort of sound correct. How would you describe what the differences between? What you needed to do to make it work? Well, my Spanish is a make sure of spangler cash. And in Coachee Connex Is there a car noman speaking Spanish and English Chicano. Connex. And spangler. The. Mexican. Man Speaking Spanish but mixing the words with English and making up words that only exist in your neighborhood. So. All on one of the jokes kept messing it up method lit up. I mean people laughed. Both four Netflix I was saying the wrong yeah. I was saying loss robot mode. That means the robbers we translated though robbers loss robotron, but I wanted to a wider say they robbed US But for anybody beside the people that were at there show they knew that I meant. They robbed US but everybody else who does this? Who though the no me who are probably watching a show in the Dominican Republic they plenty of wondering what does that mean? But See. Being that I speak more English and Spanish and be stubborn. And Be American stop better this way I'll say this way. You know that's just the American attitude you know. Yeah I'll just say this week. Better and the area no one I said Yeah Yeah they know what you mean but bad. Yes. That was a tough part and also play on words in English not work in Spanish the I can imagine. How did the Spanish speaking audiences respond to material? Differently, this joke in particular the one we're talking about play differently did you have to take it totally in different directions? Oh Man. When I said that joke is Spanish the first time. People lost their mind they laugh loud. Because I do shore stats and now like my closer. So I left on that Disneyland, part and what? I'm not good night. Got Hit with you know. But I know that they wanted more to one more explanation. What.
"esparza" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes
"So that's how I learned so and then so then what do you do now? That was like twenty five years ago or so what? Yeah is that still what you do I mean? So. What do you? How do you right now? What is right? Now, I just I my phone. My Galaxy note ten I I, have a recorder I used to roll the tape recorder in the beginning I have a cassette. Tape Recorder, and then a mini disc, and then a mini tape finally, phones cell phones, I record my all my sets on my phone I, lose my phone booth, my life you and I listened to it I I learned from A. Some comic Neeman. Senna. You will like the first mexican-american comedian to do the tonight show with. Jay Leno late twelve times. And he told me to To just. A career notepad. and. Every time you think of a joke it down, you know don't forget about it write it down. Secret remember. Later. He said that Jay Leno, told him that. So those advised the Jay Leno told him. So for for a story like this, you know where did this story live in your mind before you did onstage man That joke I guess what's in my head since? The day it happened you know they happened I remember that it wasn't a school night of the Tuesday or Wednesday. And My dad came in like totally drunk like. Drunk has helen you know. Domestic violence started my brother jumped in. and. My Dad them in a gun you know I was thinking about this moment. On on a day ago. and and holding back tears because I remember more about the situation. And I remember that my brother got his wind blessed by my dad my Dow away like two hundred. Thirty five pounds at the time. And my brother win a hundred fifteen. You know. So. Like if there was like my brother punch, you saw the IT looks like we're Batman Punch somebody compile you know yeah. So. I didn't I didn't jump in too scared to jump in. Just be it on myself So, what inspired you to tell start telling onstage? Man. What inspire me to tell it on stage was. I guess I'm sober now I have not drank since two thousand nine or or did I'm hardcore drugs? You like all that stuff. said to the other nine. So now I guess. A person who sober has to deal with his past you know mentally you know. I have dreams about it. But I guess I've always put it behind me because we never dealt with it. As a family. Love we never sat down and said, you know that was wrong. We shouldn't have done that. So. One night one night. I'm at this show where. I guess you have to do new material at has to be something no one had ever said before. And if the comedian knows. or Her that just before the guy who runs the show the host. He goes to your youtube. He checks everything he started into a job already heard. He gives you light and makes to get off. Yeah. So I said I don't WanNa get off I want to. Stay on So just started talking like it was like the. Like the speaker. Speaking to kids about. How to deal with stuff So I thought it's talking about little by little. and. Unless the ended I I said I I said that part about. That's what you get. Your ass kick. Yeah And then people analogy laughed. Likely Laugh. They're they're seeing and not as the. The not seeing the grown you know. As a grown man. Who lived life? Yeah. Who Seen everything? You know they're not seeing it as a man who saying that they're seeing it as it happened, you know the scene as A. Six year old boy saying it. So they feel sympathy. No. I mean you would have to be there live. But you can see people like get sad and other southern look at each other. The as late. What the? Or my laughing. Why am I now laughing at this I just felt bad for him. Now I'm laughing like I never gave a hell about him. And that's comedy, I. Guess. It's interesting. I I was going to ask what point did you know something you do or what did you think might be funny about it is. It is a sad story came from clearly you processing it as a sad story you know. How Yeah my He's had never said sorry. Or I'm proud of you or anything to any of us. I mean he might have to my son right in front of us to make. To make it feel worse but I had never said sorry for anything. But he but he has shown it in a way that's very strange and I and I'm not just saying that it's only Latino Dad's.
"esparza" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes
"Mommy son when you were choking. You're not myself. And that's why like cocaine. So I'm here with Fully Esparza thank you for joining me. Thanks for having me what's up fool I'm sure some people listening will be fans, but others might be I introduced you here. So I thought for some context it would be helpful for people who have not watched your special translate this which aired on HBO and two thousand Seventeen in it. You tell the story of coming to La from Mexico as a kid for people who didn't see it can you give them sort a cliff notes version just for some context my dad came over I. And I joke about S. eight started another family then came goddess. Because it took a while for him to get us back. So my mother and my little brother and my other brother, we crossed the border but. We had passports. But there were not our passports. We borrowed from our cousins who live in the Sinus California. Yeah. But one of the passports with for a little girl. So he said Oh My aunt in Tijuana. Mexico. She say, what are we just dress up your little brother like a little girl so for two weeks. He got my little brother was like a method actor. He lived like a little girl for two weeks wherein address. They took away her gi joes gave her barbies. Yeah. And he became a little girl. And we cross the border and they asked his name, he say, my name is. and. We're still here. Yeah. Around what age was it? Do you remember? I. Guess I was. Four or five years old probably five resort. Yeah. So what were those those first few years in L. A. Like for you? We wound up for the first few years we lived in By the five freeway. nother the ten freeway east. By. Soda. Exit at that's Boyle Heights. By General Hospital? And we lived in. A studio apartment. I was so little I just know that My Dad would kick us in that night. It was a small little lease I remember like it because of the space or the space. Yeah. He'll Niaz there was so small. We still we slept the same bed we were so little. So, let's talk about the joke that you chose I sort of just broadly how how do you write your stand up? In the beginning like most comedians. I I became a student of Standup I dug into it as far as I could like to learn from everyone. Funny Oh days you know I read a lot of books. But I had just can't one. Oh, the Rehab first of all with in Rehab when I wanted to be comedian when I say, I'm going to do this. a Catholic pre brother like Natural Lebron, a type of guy. He met a priest, but he worked for the archdiocese as a brother not. Devoted brother. He he gave the he told me. Jimmy three things you want to do in your life and I wrote it that I wanna be. A COMEDIAN I WANNA go to Italy because the like Gordon. And I wanted to be happy and sober. So I went to. I went to the library computer. WIFI was not for everybody yet. And I didn't have an old laptop. Am there were no internet there was only like Ned Juno and earthlink and yeah that noise. So. I talked to a library Ian at the library I talked to her like she with my guiding consular. I said listen. I want to be a stand up comic I have no idea how to start. I could read but I don't right I. Don't know how right stand up comedy. So she took her to this section of the library. We are the arts are at like screenplays and. Our our town, these plays. Then finally. I mean, we went through everything man like. Jack, Parr, you know lime rix. They've finally one book on Standard Writing Back in like nineteen, ninety, five or four, ninety four it was the GM Perez. Comedy writing step by step and. I read the book, they don't understand it. Like a book. An instructional book. And then I finally read it with the not with a with a paper and Paper, and there was little little homework after every chapter and how to write a joke. And I basically learned from that book. How to Brainstorm jokes which most comedians could do now naturally without even thinking about it. But as a young comment, you have no idea how to do that like. How. Did he just come up with joke? That's funny ways Jay Leno. So quick. Why is William? So quick to come up with a ten minutes said when he was being Heckled you know or How does Mencia just read a whole bid you know The. Guy Seen Him I seen him get heckled ones then. Like heck owed. And he wrote a bit but the guy. Just based on his look and his. Mannerism I guess Joe Rogan the same like how do we do that? I. Guess it takes time but. On this book, I learned that if you WANNA rhyme material about dogs, you gotTa make a list of all the dogs you can think of looking them up you know without Google lean it you know that's cheating. And then other dog names you can think of, and then all the famous dogged you see on television and every funny situation you've seen someone do with a dog you pretty much brainstorming there and then you you put him much put a joke together out of a dog So just brainstorming, brainstorming, writing down dog names and in finding constructing material. I think he used to ride for. I to ask look these people out without reading a book Steve Allen you know yeah. Yeah. Used to reference tonight's show before Johnny. Carson. So he will travel with Johnny. Carson. Johnny. Carson was Haehem m give me a chance jokes on divorce. So this guy has to sit down and write down the list again and.
"esparza" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes
"Each episode a guest comes on to play a clip of one of their jokes, and then this is how they wrote it and how fits into what they're trying to do with their comedy. This week's guest is Felipe Esparza. Philippa. One last comic standing ten years at one month ago since then his standing in the industry has continued to grow from his two thousand twelve showtime special. They're not gonNA, laugh at you two thousand seventeen HBO special translate this and now his recent netflix's special bad decisions which he released in both English and Spanish a I. Fully stand up which has been performing for nearly twenty five years exhibits a complicated mix of joy and tragedy. The joke who talk about this episode from bad decisions is a perfect example of this. Let me I note fully joke describes a domestic violence dispute from his childhood I. Understand. This might be hard for some to listen to. So if that's the case for you, you might want to skip this one. In preparing for the interview I watched the many times and it's clear. It being difficult was fully based goal. He doesn't want to cover up or gloss over the trauma of the event. However, he is able to find comedy as well as Pathos in truly capturing the perspective of himself as a little boy in the contrast of being child dealing with as adult situation it is a fascinating piece of standup. If you can I recommend trying to listen to where the audience laughs. So here is Felipe Esparza. A. That's.
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"esparza" Discussed on Pop Culture Cosmos
"The Yeah it looks like it's going to be something very if go, but it feels very adamant on doing this. The NFL's very adamant on doing this and going through it, so we'll have to wait and see there, but when it comes to the NBA right there in the bubble looks like they're going to march ahead. And like you said Portland or the Lakers or any other team out there concurs a lot of illnesses and outbreak begins within the within the confines of the team. There's a lot of players left to get that. You can bring in because they would have to be quarantine. Brooklyn almost took the law. That's out there. I mean the basketball tournament. That's going on right now. They might take some players from there. That's left because there's not many players left. They're eligible to play in the League at this point in time. I got a phone call from Brooklyn. I can still shoot out. That's how desperate they are exactly exactly because it's just yeah, just is is no one left almost seemingly at this time, we especially because everything that happened to Brooklyn and that's one thing before we get into the favorites that are coming up with the play offs, and with the what's upcoming for the rest of the season, and obviously for the title that you're hearing out of Vegas because you lar- once again as I'm speaking to the Vegas Sports and former Rafeal Esparza from mybookie and also at Dot Sports Dot Com I. WanNa ask you this that. When something happens like that to Brooklyn? I mean they were already long shots, as is because they weren't gonNA have Katie. They weren't going to have Kyrie Irving, but when something happens like that, do they know how much? How much larger do those odds get for them? I mean get large.
Stephen Sondheim gets starry but tardy 90th birthday concert
"A ninetieth birthday tribute is being held on line for a Broadway hit maker take me to the world as a free virtual concert saluting Stephen Sondheim on Broadway dot com's YouTube channel the event is hosted by Raul Esparza who starred in the two thousand six revival of Sondheim's hit musical company also set to perform America St Bernadette Peters and Mandy Patinkin among others Sondheim wrote the lyrics for West Side Story in gypsies also the composer for Sunday in the park with George Sweeney Todd in a little night music bill Stewart KFI
Stephen Sondheim gets starry but tardy 90th birthday concert
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"esparza" Discussed on Powerful Patient
"So that does really give you enough time to to accurately say, Hey, this is something I really need to be concerned with us it exactly exactly because like we mentioned earlier I mean what he knows not tired. So you put all those symptoms together for you know at even six weeks even for a six week period six to eight week period. If you've got all those symptoms all at one time it's definitely something to alert a doctor and let them know what's going on. The thing that I remind ladies and and then your your best advocate you know what is normal for your body you know what is not normal for your body if something is out of whack of something is different and what's happened in the past then you are the only person that can tell a doctor. Hey, this is different for me. This is not normal I have not experienced this before. So we need to check this out. Okay. So it's it's like with your personal case when you woke up and two, thousand one. And, you had a painting, your side, and it was serious. You went to the emergency room and when they discharged you, they gave you a diagnosis of depression and had a bottle of painkillers. That's how I treated you. And Accepted because you. Did it I went to my regular gynecologist that my my Gyn that had performed several. Surgeries on me before for for uterus fibroid tumors. And I went to him and I said, Hey, look I went to the ER. They said it was the. And they even did a ca when twenty five, which is is a tumor marker for Overall ovarian but it has lots of false negatives, false positives. It's not a very reliable marker for ovarian cancer but mine was normal in the ER. So I took all my records from the Er to my Gyn and he said. Well. I thought you in April and you'll look fine and now I'm seeing you and looks as if your. Three or four months pregnant. You're very big and concerned. The only thing I know of that goes this bath. Is Ovarian cancer and I. Just looked and I thought you're nuts I'm thirty years old there's no way I can have ovarian cancer. So we scheduled my surgery and You know I was under the impression that this is going to be a routine surgery to remove fiber tumors just like I'd had two other ones before. and. It was nothing like that. It was obviously not just fibroid tumors. But it was tumors on my ovary. One on one in particular and because it's spread to the air but local area, my doctor told the that he made a lifesaving decision to perform a radical hysterectomy despite the fact that I was only thirty years old and I had not had a chance to have children yet. So. Had you not taken that step? You wouldn't be with us today probably. I don't think so no. If I had just ignored the symptoms and thought well Oh, you know you know the difference but. I'm just GONNA keep trudging along if I had done nothing then yes. Absolutely. I would.
"esparza" Discussed on Powerful Patient
"Privileged today to be sitting in the control room by Myself Joyce, and Robin are both out on projects and involved in advocacy work. So they've kind of left me holding the microphone and. So, we're trying to do justice to to our guest today. About ten years ago. At the annual report that was issued by. Mb Anderson in Houston Texas. They said of guest. That she is a natural networker. Just give her cows that significantly touches her life, and she's there to volunteer her time and knowledge. I had a chance to meet my friend that The American, association. For Cancer Research Health Disparities Conference in New Orleans and two, thousand eighteen. And I'm totally impressed with what Rebecca is. In the field of ovarian cancer. So folks I would like for you to welcome Rebecca Esparza. From Texas Hello Rebecca thank you for being with us. Thank you for having me on your show and I know that you're involved with the most lethal form of cancer that affects a lot of ladies. it's it's really quite Quite profound because of of all the gynecologic cancers, it's it's more than wasteful than Than cervical. Or vaginal or over. And you're a survivor, a lot of people. Are Not, in condition to advocate for themselves, once they're diagnosed with ovarian cancer. So why don't you give us an overview of what the cancer is and how you got involved in it so much rebecca. Sure well, like you mentioned ovarian cancer is. extremely aggressive form of cancer and The the problem with ovarian cancer is that we don't have an early detection tool There is no one test like for instance, some people think PAP smear, we'll detect ovarian cancer and that's untrue. We don't have an early detection tool. So by the time, women start feeling symptoms and there are symptoms. by the time, we piece things together, and by the time some doctors put two and two together It's way too late and wants to catch this disease at such a late stage. It's much more difficult to treat. And That's why of the twenty thousand women that will be diagnosed every year about sixteen thousand dial very encounter every year. So our statistics are pretty grim. When you're when you're talking about the symptoms? Their their symptoms that can also be associated with other types of cancers, can't they and other type of CIO issues. There can be. Can Be so innocuous that You know sometimes you you. You want woman is not tired You know you there's lower back pain. There's irregular periods there's bloating after meals problem is that. Very few times do we put all of those symptoms together it's putting. Three or more of those types of symptoms together for a long period of time like six months if you have a female has three or more of those symptoms over six months period than it definitely something to alert your doctor about. Okay at the centre of Disease Control, website on ovarian cancer they actually have a diary to tracking you symptoms you notice, but they only do it for a two week time span..
"esparza" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"Neighborhood. All right now Felipe Esparza is in the neighborhood manfully bay if you weren't doing comedy, and you weren't a successful comedian. What do you think you would be doing right now? I'll be your guest after your show those, okay? But let me tell you. I guess I had against that was on air. I was admiring his watch. They robbed him on the way out any regular. Cotton candy. Oh, rob. Any rapper cutting candy here, rob do you? He's a cotton, candy hair, aloe. Man has there been a time when we in comedy where you just thinking. Like man, you go into dark places in comedy because they said. Yeah. I'll never go this dark. But now we'll like like, oh, the framing my mom will take a personal. But you see my mom. So now, I do more stuff about my mom like like, I put her in a spot, you know, sad to funny. Right. And I and I talk about a little bit of time for you to get here. Hurts like dealing with for a long time. I talk about these nice Polynesia talking about it. Yeah. It's funny. It's kind of true kind of hurtful, but I do talk about it. But do you feel like you're audience gravitates to you even more because we walk in with our problems to you know, what I'm saying and not to say, and I always say to and not because of the movie. You know what I'm saying? But I always say like this time of you in the audience, you be like damn me to him. I went through that as well. Do that too. Yeah. Man. Growing up. I had uncle that was gay homosexual. No, one knew he taught me my document. Teach me like myself. Yes. Yes. Shooting myself. My whatever you want. Yeah. And if I don't like to dance..
"esparza" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Rogen slide on and and do this maybe it's a friction thing or is it was never ever brain growing ever come untied which is there the problem with the thai that you just loose the navy that match route five this is trying to get more complicated just timetotime right all right anyway okay tie that you just keep you know you never untucked you'll loosening in on loosening like most teenage boys do had had our our eventually ruined the thai zero cubic is gonna keep it gripped forever well we'll try to figure out what that is philip esparza lipase fires i watched as i tell you guys a organically uh i when they're sustainep special on showtime or hbo what what's what was his on his was on uh hbo his on hbo i find myself i'll i watch yet and then it sort of the the ultimate uh the ultimate test which is i always catch it somewhere toward the front or in the middle or whatever it is and if ice day with it for two minutes or i stay with it till the end and it's pretty easy if you're laughing and enjoying it and appreciate it than you stay with it so i need to know ran into it and i stayed with it and i thought it was really fun i thought his story was really a he has a really inspirational starve at the stuff is really funny and as i called mike august saddam mike book him and uh so he'll be in here while play a little clip 'cause a lot of people might not be familiar with him will play a little clipper him getting his girlfriend pregnant in uh high school i think is.