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New Airline, Avelo, Thinks It's the Perfect Time to Start Flying
"This doesn't happen every day, especially during a pandemic when airlines have been hit so hard, But there are a new mainline airline that's launching this week. It may seem like odd timing, with all of the huge losses airlines have been dealing with during the pandemic. But the founders of Avello airline say it's a perfect time or people are feeling comfortable traveling again. Based out of Burbank, California Velo will be using Boeing 7 37 8 hundreds with 11 rounds, two smaller airports and outdoor recreation destinations like Grand Junction. Colorado and Eugene, Oregon. The company's founders have backgrounds and bigger airlines and say they're ready to go. So we think that we could offer choice tickets are on sale today. The airline begins flying at the end of the
Avelo Airlines planning April debut
"This doesn't happen every day, especially during a pandemic. A new airline is launching as air travel rebounds A. B C's Alex Stone with the details. It may seem like odd timing, with all of the huge losses airlines have been dealing with during the pandemic. But the founders of Avello airline say it's a perfect time or people are feeling comfortable traveling again. Based out of Burbank, California Velo will be using Boeing 7 37 8 hundreds with 11 rounds, two smaller airports and outdoor recreation desk. Nations like Grand Junction, Colorado, and Eugene, Oregon. The company's founders have backgrounds and bigger airlines and say they're ready to go. So we think that we could offer choice tickets are on sale. Today, The airline begins flying at the end of the
Diverse panel recommends U.S. judge candidates in Seattle, Tacoma
"In in Eugene Eugene on on Monday Monday and and then then Yakima Yakima on on Tuesday. Tuesday. Washington's Democratic U. S. Senators Patty Murray and Maria Cantwell are weighing who might serve as new judges on the understaffed federal bench in Western Washington Couples. Franklin's he reports the senators have received a list of potential candidates from a selection panel will now go over the names and make recommendations to President Biden, who will then nominate the judges. We'll have to be confirmed by the Senate. Five of the seven full time district Judge. Positions in Seattle and Tacoma are vacant. That's the highest ratio in the country. The
USC shuts down Oregon 82-68 to end 20-year Elite Eight wait
"Sixth seeded USC is headed to its first elite eight since two thousand one with an eighty two sixty eight west regional semifinal win over seventh seeded Oregon I see a white led UST with twenty two points five rebounds and three steals on eight of ten shooting as the Trojans advanced to take on the tournament's top overall seed Gonzaga in Tuesday's regional final Eugene Omoruyi was Oregon's top scorer with twenty seven points I'm Adam spooling
80 years after Pearl Harbor, veteran's remains identified
"And now a veteran who died during the attacks, has finally had his remains identified. DNI testing has concluded the remains of from William Eugene Blanchard of Idaho, who was 24 years old when he was aboard the warship USS Oklahoma. The ship was struck by multiple torpedoes and capsized. The Department of Defense says almost 400 sailors and Marines from the ship were buried without identification in Honolulu. A new effort to identify them using Didna testing has been successful. Still to come here and w t o p new
At Cook County Chicago's biggest nursing home, workers and residents still not vaccinated against COVID-19
"No residents or staff members there have been vaccinated yet. Of Eugene's Judy Wang, reports, residents and staff here are still waiting. This comes at a time when the federal agency that regulates nursing homes is saying it nursing homes could soon allow more visitors. The union for the Nursing staff, accuses management of failing on several levels. City view Multicare Center is the biggest Skilled nursing facility in the state. It has had a history of covert related issues. There have been 249 Covic cases and 15 deaths. S C I U says the facility is experiencing another outbreak. The union claims city of you failed to enroll in a Trump administration program to vaccinate people in long term care facilities in partnership with major pharmacies and reached out to city view for a comment, But so far no response. The Cook County Health Department is releasing 20001st. Stones. Vaccine appointments
The Cabinet Of Curiosities
"Let's talk about dr eugene. Boyne de fall victim to mysterious. Infection was his death which in nineteen thirty two investigation but liberty magazine refers to as the strangest the most bizarre and the least no circus tragedy of this generation a result a supernatural revenge before his career as manager. The you bungee duck built savages star attraction and one of the most infamous kosher misguided. Have flat out. Racist circus sideshows in american history. The doctor was carving a place for himself in the history. Books of african exploration by the time he bought the social of tribespeople so america nineteen thirty key becoming much decorated explore having among other adventures served as naturalists on the nineteen twenty four nineteen twenty five black cruise one of two expeditions sponsored by francis citron company to prove that it was possible to cross africa by motorized vehicles of his you buggies. They were actually members of the sarah tribe in modern day. Chad the monica you bunker came from a ringling brothers and barnum and bailey combined. Our bbc circus spin-doctor female contingent practice lip extension stretching. Both there and laura lives over the years with increasing larger wooden disk former circus historical society president. Richard riddles rice at the explorer. I encountered the tribe in africa during the black cruise. What happened upon his particular group in paris at an ethnological show where he used to be their manager before leading them on a tour through the americas and the united states. You buggies were rb. Bbc sensation shown as part of the circuses. African village exhibit. Because you know. Human zoos were thing which visitors walked through in that concluded with lemons from an actor playing captain callaghan a brave and durable who survived being horribly tortured by aether rochas group of savages and the cameroons who were about to fling his ravaged body until steaming pot of boiling water. After a sadist bees had capitated his penis and testicles. Wow where relations. Between the doctor and his star soon grew sour they accused him of pocketing their salaries which i mean in all fairness he was doing and if you're is exchange in sudan attent witnesses say the doctor emerged badly shaken terrified even a few days later the explorer fledged chicago to sarasota. Florida reportedly fear for his life. Surely after arriving to sarasota on october thirteenth nineteen thirty. He died suddenly of mysterious causes in the end coroner's attributed his death to septic pneumonia possibly brought on by an infection from a pimple on his leg but witnesses who overheard the argument in chicago spread rumors that the sarah tries people who put a black magic curse on him. Ape reported quote from one of the u. buggies possibly generated by the circus spin. Doctor he don't die. We made him die ran. Newspapers and help to perpetuate the rumors of a curse. Liberty magazine describes the explores final moments as spent suffering and agony on his deathbed the victim of an unidentified curse the doctor knew he was doomed. And why but his lips remained sealed and they're in a buys a horrible and fantastic tale. Speaking dark tells and death have you ever heard of a doctor labeling the cause of death as fear. Well that is what happened to the twins. Chang and inc
Oregon moves to ban display of nooses, a racist symbol
"Images of horrific lynchings linger in the memories of those who want to make the display of a news. Illegal come most. Corwin hate, explains Lynch Mobs terrorized Black American communities into the 19 sixties. Greg Evans wants the state of Oregon to ban public displays of nooses because, he says, they continue to serve as a symbol of racial hatred and intimidation. Recently, they've been placed in people's yards displayed in marches and even this year. Exhibited in front of the U. S. Capitol Building Heaven serves on the City council in Eugene, he says the news is a personal reminder of his own family's grief of over 100 years ago. That's when a lynch mob in South Carolina murdered his great uncle. He was killed, basting, cleave or offending a white man. It was hung by a noose. His body was riddled with bullets, and then he was set on fire. Oregon's proposed new law would make displaying a noose in public punishable by up to a year in prison and a $6000 fine Corwin Hey CO Moh
Oregon moves to ban display of nooses, a racist symbol
"Lynch mobs terrorized black American communities into the 19 sixties. Greg Evans wants the state of Oregon to ban public displays of nooses because, he says, they continue to serve as a symbol of racial hatred and intimidation. Recently, they've been placed in people's yards displayed in marches and even this year. Exhibited in front of the U. S. Capitol Building Heaven serves on the City council in Eugene, he says the news is a personal reminder of his own family's grief of over 100 years ago. That's when a lynch mob in South Carolina murdered his great uncle. He was killed, basting, cleave or offending a white man. It was hung by a noose. His body was riddled with bullets, and then he was set on fire. Oregon's proposed new law would make displaying a noose in public punishable by up to a year in prison and a $2000
NASA Is Lending A 3.9-billion-year-old Moon Rock To The Biden White House
"The request of president. Joe biden the lunar sample laboratory facility at nasa's johnson space center some monroe to the white house. This is innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shaped our future. Triangular glass display case boasts photo glass sides than aluminum top and bottom and holds three hundred thirty two gram piece of the moon. The sample was returned to earth. And nineteen seventy two by the apollo. Seventeen astronauts ronald evans and moon walkers harrison schmitt. An eugene cernan. The last humans to set foot on the moon chipped from a large boulder located almost two miles from the lunar module. The sample surfaces contain tiny craters created as micrometeorites impacts that sandblasted the rock over millions of years the flat sides were created in the jc lab when slices of the rock were cut for scientific research. Now the moon rock has a place of honor in the oval office of the white house on loan to the current administration. It represents the accomplishments of an earlier generation and is a unique symbol of support for america's plans to return to lunar orbit and beyond
Senate hears closing arguments in Trump impeachment trial after moving ahead without witnesses
"Closing arguments and former President Trump's Senate impeachment trial are back on after an objection was raised. It's believed the objection was raised by Utah Republican Senator Mike Lee. Retrial was delayed earlier to hammer out a deal to enter a statement from one witness into the record. The Senate has passed a resolution to award Capitol Police officer Eugene Goodman, who diverted rioters at the Capitol. January 6th. The Congressional Gold
Police officer awarded with Congressional Gold Medal
"The Senate has passed a resolution to award Capitol Police officer Eugene Goodman. Who diverted rioters at the Capitol. January 6th the congressional gold
Lawmakers give standing ovation for Officer Eugene Goodman
"Before the Senate adjourn, there was aware moment of unity is members voted to give an heroic Capitol police officer the congressional gold medal. In the Senate, a standing ovation and congressional gold medal for Capitol police officer Eugene Goodman, as senators thanked him for saving their lives. Officer Goodman is in the chamber tonight. Officer Goodman. Thank you. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer joining Mitch McConnell also thanking every other officer who fought to protect them and if they told ABC News
Boston Ministers, Officers Call On Walsh To Reinstate New Police Commissioner
"That that Boston Boston police police Commissioner Commissioner Dennis Dennis White White be be reinstated. reinstated. As As he he was was placed placed on on leave leave just just days days after after being being sworn sworn in when decades old allegations of domestic abuse resurfaced. WBC's James RoHaas joining us live and telling us Supporters believe he's been unfairly targeted. Jim. So Mayor Marty Walsh and his administration are facing criticism for how is handling the investigation into the new commissioner, Reverend Eugene Rivers. The third and other black clergy members walked in this white back on the job as the investigation takes place. The Boston Globe reports. They and the Massachusetts Association of Minority Law Enforcement Officers believe that domestic violence allegations from 22 years ago were known as White moved up the ranks and that he's not facing undue scrutiny because he's black now. Supporters added that they do not condone domestic violence or oppose the current investigation. They just want to see it take place before any decision about whites. Future is made The city not commenting, inciting independent investigation. James RoHaas
New footage shows Officer Goodman directing Romney to safety
"Trump's second Senate impeachment trial Continuing today, House managers earlier availing new security footage from the capital. The video shows the mob of riders breaking into the building, smashing windows and doors and searching some same menacingly for vice president. Mike Pence, and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. CBS News correspondent Natalie Brand has more. One of the clip showed Capitol Police officer Eugene Goodman, running by Senator Mitt Romney, directing him to get to safety. Senator Romney was asked by reporters about that video and said it tears out your heart and brings tears to your eyes. He called it overwhelmingly distressing and emotional. Senator Romney was asked if he thinks this will change the minds of some his fellow Republicans, and he said he cannot predict how other people will react. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell signal to Republicans that their vote at the outcome of the impeachment is a matter of conscience. We've got more news
This change with policing in Denver needs to happen in every city in America
"The past six months the city of denver colorado has been running a brilliant pilot program to replace police when nine one one is called for at least seven different reasons that are connected to homelessness and substance abuse and poverty program is called star s. t. a. r. is stands for support team assisted response and it was inspired by one of my favorite programs in the entire country. We've talked about it. Multiple times here on the podcast cahoots and cahoots. Is the emergency response program. It has been around now for a generation in eugene oregon and the who's program now handles over twenty percent of eugene organs. Nine one one calls instead of police and it saves lives in eugene and it actually saves the city millions of dollars in the process and the big question about what the who's program does in oregon has always been whether or not it was going to work in a major american city like denver and the star program has answered that with a resounding yes and they just issued their six months report. And if you go to my facebook page if you go to the north star dot com. I've shared that report there. And if you're feeling nerdier walkie you can really get into the details but let me break down for you. The star program in denver decided to spend six months answering seven types of nine one one calls in four targeted areas of denver. Even those choices that they made were super smart. They chose one entire policing district so that they could have data on what would happen when they took over a large geographic area and then they chose three smaller police precincts which really represents smaller geographical areas but would give them some really actionable data to work with and of the seven hundred and forty eight calls that the star program actually answered that they took during their first six months. Listen not one. Single person was ever arrested and the denver police department was never even called one single time for backup. Nobody was killed by police. Nobody was sent to jail. Nobody was given a ticket. Nobody was given a criminal record and lives. were saved. and it's amazing two hundred and thirteen times. The star team responded to calls where people thought they saw someone strange in the area and as you may know those calls are actually sometimes forms of racial profiling or what i like to call poverty policing where someone poor or homeless is simply existing or walking and it gets on the nerves of more privileged people particularly privileged white people a hundred and forty five times. The star team responded to people in need who just wanted someone to check on a loved one ninety four times. They responded to someone who needed assistance in their home. Sometimes it was because of a mental or physical health challenge. Forty eight times. Listen to this. They responded with love and compassion to people considering suicide and none of those people committed suicide as you may know. Often one one is called during a suicide attempt. Police show up in kill. Those folk star team was able to talk each of those people through
Mastering Search Intent with Brendan Hufford
"Today. I'm really excited. Talking to one of my favorite people. Brennan suffered brendan is created. This really cool kind of ongoing education center called. Seo for the rest of us. He has a podcast. He's all about helping people you know. Create great content that does rank for search We're gonna talk about search. Thank you for joining me brendan. Yeah thanks so much for having me. I really appreciate and be fun. Also i'm i love chatting with you online. We had a few times before. I'll dive right in today. We're gonna talk about in ten. And it's something i know you think a lot about just high level. How do you. Kind of approach modern Intent when it comes to creating content. Yeah so my background is as an educator. Because at eighteen years old i was alive. The for some reason decided. I was allowed to decide what i want to do with my life and i decided to be a teacher and then did that for ten years so a lot of my teaching and thinking about seo is not just like what is right. But like how do i teach this so search intent very often is talked about in a way that is certainly intentive a user is informational navigational transactional or commercial right. They want one of those four things. And i don't think that's wrong but i started to feel like that's not helpful because it doesn't actually inform what you do right if it's like well this is an informational search. Okay so i just put information. And that's how i rank like probably don't like if it's a navigation search from googling like how to get somewhere sure like maybe a long form blog posts like this isn't the day like if you're one of the olds like me you remember like printing out mapquest and stuff like that was the thing. But we don't need that like an informational. Post is not gonna work there or if you google something and a lot of people are buying stuff. It's a lot of products like they probably don't want long blog post however it just tells you what goes there and not the how or as marketers what the heck to put on the page. So i did some homework. And i was like where did you know i want to know before i like. Poo poo something on twitter. And give my hot take where this come from. And i dug and duggan you know you have to the the link chasing in stuff is just like this person cited this person who said that this person crap. It's back to the first person you end up with thirty tabs. What i found was our model in twenty twenty one for search intent comes from me two thousand seven blog post from rand fish skin not wrong. He's brilliant because what he said in two thousand seven for context in two thousand seven. That was the year that like leave britney alone and chocolate rain popular out through so we can have. Yeah you just happened to the real way back machine and like but he's not wrong. It's brilliant because he's still correct right. That is still part of the intent. But i thought to myself part of seo for the rest of us. How do we make this more accessible. How do we give people something they can. Actually use will all right. We have to figure out if something is commercial or transactional or whatever like. I can't really help you if you're trying to drive somewhere like that's not what i'm doing in my marketing. That might be part of it if you're like a local business or something but for me the really like the informational or the transactional commercial came down. Like what the heck do we put on. The page is introduced to a really cool model for copyrighting by my buddy joel key from business casual copywriting. He also runs case. Study buddy now. That came from eugene schwartz in his book breakthrough advertising the kind of walks. It just walks through like levels of awareness. Now it's meant for ads right depending on what level of product or service awareness there at what they're searching. You can kind of figure out what needs to go on the page. What do they need to move. Not to the next step nazi-like book damn o or whatever but like just to the next piece of the puzzle and that's been really really helpful if you if you want. I can kind of get into a little bit of that one thing. I'm really interested for his is. There's a lot of kind of maybe. It's the controversy but but people talk about the idea of on the one hand you have. Seo's who just tried to mimic what the top ten pieces of content are that rank on page one. And doing exactly that in. That's how you're going rank and then there are other folks who say we'll just do better by you don't know if that's necessarily going to become visible for what you're trying to rank for. So what do you say to those people in how they approach creating content for you know. Can we trust google that they're actually going to surface the right content. So this is like i said something. I remember saying something the other day of like. I'm pretty sure that the quality of the top ten like the reading the top ten results quality of content is not a ranking factor anymore. It's i just. I i was reading stuff. And maybe it's because i was reading about marketing things. Half of them were unintelligible. There was no narrative to take you through you could tell each of the sections was based on like a people also ask or whatever and it was just like literally like imagine you know. You're you think you're sitting down like a ten course meal and somebody they're just throwing random food at you the whole time like here's your salad and now here's desert and then there here's a pizza and then like a piece of chicken and you're like what the there's nothing that makes this flow. There's no s- craft of writing here. It might as well be written by a robot pains me because these are humans that are spending their lives doing this. And they think they're doing a good job because they got the traffic and the conversions and blah blah blah. I think first of all. I empathize at the human writers. Who are writing these things like that must suck for you to write to just spew out this stuff all day and be on on the content marketer writer and that's what i do commodity kind of content so i would love for it to be better to encourage people to do better work. We can elevate the craft of writing that would be
New report on Apple’s VR headset: 8K in each eye, potential $3,000 price tag
"Myanmar's new military government ordered that local telecoms temporarily blocked facebook owned services in the country from midnight on february third through february seventh claiming that the platform was contributing to instability the digital rights nonprofit access now estimates that there are twenty two million facebook users in the country. A new report by canada's privacy commission found clear view is facial recognition database to be illegal mass surveillance and said sent a letter of intention to the company telling it to cease sevices in the country and delete canadian faces. Clearview has not operated in canada since july due to the investigation and says it will allow canadians to opt out of the database. But we'll challenge the determination in court analyst. Ming she quos on a bit of a roll this week. The latest from quo is word of another lend supplier for the main next gen. Iphone perhaps called the iphone thirteen. That's expected next year and it's camera. Quo says that sunny optical successfully passed apple's approvals process for ipad lenses and are likely to be approved to make the main camera lens for the iphone. Thirteen lineup currently logon eugene. Guang and can cut. Sue supply lenses to lg innotech for incorporation into the camera module so sunny optical would be yet an additional supplier for that lends parlor co founder. John mattes announced. He's been fired. Ceo by the company's board In a statement. Matt said quote. I've met constant resistance to my product. Vision my strong belief in free speech and my view of how the parlor site should be managed. He supposedly proposed expanding automated. Content moderation on the platform as well as a full ban on accounts tied to designated domestic terror organizations the blockchain based service network or b. s. n. backed by the chinese government access an operating system for blockchain program development china's state information center and affiliate to china's top economic reform planner credit card processor union. Pay telecom trying to mobile and beijing based startup called red date. Or all involved in supporting both consortium and public blockchain's this week. Bsn announced it will roll a permission. Diversion of cosmos. Cosmo's that's a network comprised of many independent blockchain's and calls itself the internet of blockchain's so just you'd have no concerns and just jumping on an open block chain from from china winter no tom sawyer. Red flags there. I mean the state information center is part of the deal. I don't know what you'd be worried now all right. Let's talk a little more about that. A little more about the information given some some details on apple's alleged upcoming mixed reality headset sources have more details including a rendering this time of what they say is apple's vr headset. A lot of the details are similar to what we heard from mark gurman of bloomberg earlier last month It's expected to use fabric. Mesh run on an apple design chip cost a lot. Although we've got a number as much as three thousand dollars the headset may have more than a dozen cameras for hand. Tracking lied are sensors for room. Mapping and a are affects dual eight k displays and i tracking to save battery life. The information sources says apple would use aided rendering. that's when you only render in full resolution. What your eyes are looking at everything. In the periphery can be a little lower sources. Say apple has not finalized input control but the options. They're considering are a combination of hand tracking i tracking a dial on the headset or something. They call a thimble like accessory. Oh boy well the thing that jumped out to me. I because we have talked about this before. This rumor has been swirling. I mean really for years but it seems to be more of a reality than ever. Is that three thousand dollar price points now again. It's a rumor and yes. Apple tends to make things that are similar to other products that are more expensive and then says but it's apple so you know we can do that sort of thing. Three thousand dollars. Oh my goodness Compare that to oculus to for three hundred dollars. That's a crazy price point. I don't know how the company could get away with such a thing.
"eugene" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show
"Hey it's carla farrell from the c. Probably wanna show podcast. And i'm so happy to be here on the iheart podcast network being sponsored by. At and t. We both know firsthand. That listening and being heard can lead to change. At knows all about this too. They started listening to their customers. Who spoke out that they weren't getting a fair deal now. They're giving every customer both new and existing the same great deals so listen up and learn more about getting a great smartphone deal at att dot com slash. Best deals restrictions apply. Hi this is bowen yang here and if yours excited as i am about the upcoming fourth season of search party on. Hbo max than you want to tune in to search party the podcast in each episode. I go behind the scenes with the writers and actors of the disturbingly dark comedy and chat favorite moments and themes with special guests celebrity fans. Search party season four comes to hbo. Max on january fourteenth seasons one through three available now meanwhile subscribing listen to search party. The podcast on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts. Well steve it's time now for our tell me something good segment. We want to salute hero. Capital police officer. Eugene goodman we all saw brother eugene going up the stairs from terrorists as they chased him on that video we saw it a few times we saw mr goodman glancing toward the senate. Entrance before luring the white terrorist in the opposite direction leading the mob away from the senate while putting his own life on the line at the time. Us officer eugene goodman save lives all while defending our democracy so thank you thank you thank you. Yeah what are you doing. You're out yaro thought. I thought that he himself admirably. To be one person facing a mall. I mean he. He hailed steady calling for help. Stopping checking them you know but they were steady common. You know a lot of people right and they said when he got to the certain level and he leaned look back. He looked down the hall and saw. It wasn't secure. That's why he kept turning and luring to go the other way. Because yeah i was like wow. What a he will right right there. Come on up this way Because he knew he had backup he was leading them to where his backup was. So yeah smart move smart move tobacco out of been running out of and modest. He's tired when he got no doubt. Yes yeah so. what do you think about the impeachment. Vote tomorrow. How do you think that's going to go to me personally. I don't i don't think he's gonna get impeached. I think. I think this is a go through the motion. I think to set up for something else Where they are considering. The republicans are considering some type of sanctions against president subtype sharing yeah penalty or something of that effect. I don't think they're going to impeach him. I think that if they do go for the peach mint process beyond the house it will be after biden is president and then i think that the republicans you know what sands me about this is i would think republicans would take this. As a fine opportunity to read he'll read them sales of him from their party because even though he voted for their policies he he wasn't the representative. You would want to have represent show. you'll party. i'm sorry look. The republicans have every right to feel an create policies that they won't create the liberals and democrats have every right to have the policies in place that they want. That's what makes this country. What is supposed to be the left. And the right and so i you know you gotta have different. Nobody's gonna agree with anything one hundred percent. Somebody else does so. If you don't believe in abortion. I think you one hundred percent correct in that belief and that where you are and you should live your life. According to that if a person if a woman wants the right to choose pro-choice then. I thank her business. I think it's her. She's only what women not only wanted to make people here. Women are the only ones so that that's that's should be for a woman to decide. You can't say because of what you think and believe you'll make everybody else. Go along with it you know and so if if that is the case right there and that's your policy cool but the person you have called out. The policy is a liar and immoral person indoors. You dolj narcissistic evil bigoted and corrupt. And that's the best thing you can offer to represent yourself as the gop the The the moral party. I'm sorry man. That's sucks at the highest level of this. What you and then got the nerve to be scared of his. Is to the thing and he and his constituents that people who follow him as well one thing. I wanted to ask you about impeachment before we get run out of time is that you don't think they're going to vote. Because of the time limit or just period you don't think they're both a thing to republicans going to use it as an excuse time only got eight more days. We don't want to go through the impeachment process. But they know he should be impeached. Yeah all right. All right yeah. We're moving on. The nephew is here with today's prank phone. Call that's coming up right after this. You're listening to steve. Harvey morning show carla farrell. From the probably wanna show podcast and. I'm so happy to be here on the iheart podcast network being sponsored by a t and t we both know firsthand that listening and being heard can lead to change. At and t. Knows all about this too. They started listening to their customers. Who spoke out that. They weren't getting a fair deal now. They're giving every customer both new and existing the same great deals so listen up and learn more about getting a great smartphone deal at att dot com slash. Best deals restrictions apply. Hey it's carl farrell. 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"eugene" Discussed on Made For This with Jennie Allen
"But it's not necessarily a growth in world. My hope is in the fact that in the midst of a broken world, like you, I believe that Jesus has never left us, he's here is working behind the scenes. And we should never be in this kind of Ilija, complex where we think to ourselves and my one there are so many people trying as best as we can leaning on God's grace to be merciful just compassionate Righteous, and we believe that Jesus will return one day to restore all things an eugene you're talking to a lot of those people I just want to honor the. People that are part of this community because I have seen again, and again you be bold and you are humble and and I'm just grateful for you guys I. Hope that this is equipping for you as to how to go and do it further in these coming months that this is hard and the pressure is intense and I do believe though that there is a way. That we can navigate it. I mean Eugene I this morning. I. Had to post an apology posts because of something I'd post yesterday this morning. So you know what? This is a work in progress for all of us and it's okay and I think that permission to do it imperfectly that permission to just go you know what I messed up. I love your story earlier of. Just saying what I had a post, an apology I think that's probably going to be every once in a while for us that lead and that do choose to speak out. We're not going to do this perfectly, but we still do it and we walked forward as humbly as we can depending on the spirit all the way all the while learning having conversations being in relationship and. Keeping as close as we can to the word of God and I love how you do that Eugene. Thank you so much for being part of this. Thank you God bless.
"eugene" Discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers
"Right now for my guest Eugene, , Levy. . The world is just throwing awards and Garlands had his feet fifteen emmy nominations for shits. . Creek on I don't think you could go anywhere these days Eugene Canyon with people just saying we love you. . We Love You love you you. . Well. . It's the worst things can happen. . Okay <hes> worse things can happen than people saying I love you. . <hes> reaction to this show has needless to say I mean just been. . Sensational, , and it's been kind of a tidal wave over the last couple of years in particular. . Will the irony here is that just when all this love is coming your way you and your son Dan decided no this the end now. . That's a too much good thing. . Now can't have too much of a good thing. . Yeah. . It was <hes> boy was actually the right you know in hindsight it was it was really the right decision because you know had we decided to go in and do another season been royally screwed this year. . It would have been bad I would call that a bad scene. . <hes> and <hes>. . Now it ended when it should have ended. . It was just you know everything just kind of made sense every story line you know completed itself in just a beautiful way and you know it's logic that has nothing to do with television and the entertainment industry. . Well, , you're absolutely right I mean you know if you if you think of the fact that you know there's money to be made <hes>. . Then, , you're right now we probably could have gone on for another. . Two three or however many years. . But you know it's <hes> what I call the law of diminishing returns. . It's you know it's you. . You can't. . I mean, , how do we talk what happened this year? We ? can't will never reach this kind of peak again with with fifteen emmy nominations that was just mind blowing. . So <hes> it ended at just the right time you know go out when the going's good each year in each season, , it just got better and funnier and more real and it just detached it's up to our hard well <hes>. . It it I well that you know I get a lot of credit to my son. . Dan I mean he really did a masterful job. . Guiding this thing to its final destination <hes> you know we started the show. . <hes> in the intention was to make a great character comedy. . You know when he came to me with the idea, , he said, , you know I want the same sensibility as you know, , you and Chris Guests had in your movies <hes>. . -Ly character work <hes> keeping it kind of real and grounded. . And I said well <hes>. . You've come to the right guy because that's that's all I believe in and that's all I. . Know and that's that's all I do get your laps through character and and and do everything you can to make. . The characters as credible as possible you want to get to a point where your audience has an emotional investment in the character and if that happens. . Then you know you can just take them on a a lovely kinda joyride through laughs and tears and everything else you can take many. . Right and then as the seasons kind of progress once we got the fish out of water scenario. . Out of the way in the first season and realize that they are going to be there for a while the Rose family <hes>, , then the focus was on relationships. . And character, , and we could settle for a bed without moving necessarily too much story but the fact is, , yes, , you and your son Dan Co created this you know in that spirit, , but he was the show runner young. . Was He. . Scary. . was He demanding with what goes on when you're the show runner? ? We hear stories by the mind by the time by the time. . I. . I handed the reins over to him which was I think the beginning of the third season. . <hes> I listen I could tell. . <hes> in the <hes> in the room and I was in the writer's room for the first <hes>. . To. . Two. . Plus. . <hes> seasons something I did not necessarily enjoy because. . I'm not used to a writer's room. . You know I mean all the writing I've done in my career has been either on my own. . For the most part I'm SETV I wrote on my own. . And I would write with a partner like Chris <hes> or or another friend of Mine John Hempel <hes> who I did a few things with up in Toronto who played Bob and chips Greg <hes>. . <hes> but being in a room where everybody's contributing to how the story moves was a little. . You know kind of unsettling i. . never quite got the grasp on that. . It now, , but he did and he was quite amazing in the Rome even in the very beginning <hes> trying to keep things on track and and taking it in a direction that ultimately proved to be the right direction. . So it was quite an incredible. . Experience for me to watch this growth and watch how rapidly he was developing into a great writer. . Let alone what he was doing on camera. . was also quite surprising to me, , but you know the whole experience. . Was Yeah was yes. . Oh, , so he gets. . The credit for this because he's done an amazing job for six years <hes> just great instincts as a writer and some very ballsy. . Decisions as a producer. . To make things are are right and also your daughter Sarah who's also in Shits Creek yes. . You see these kids suddenly become funny and become actors and begin to take on what you do did that freak you out or were you really happy about? ? Well I I certainly didn't encourage it <hes> and I- deep down was kind of happy about it because I understood it. . But. . You know in the beginning when they I know they did shows in high school. . <hes>. . And <hes> in when by the time they got to college university. . <hes> Dan went into kind of a film course and I, , thought well, interesting , he's got a thing he wants to be a director. . Put Films Together. . That's great. . And my daughter said she wanted to major in drama and I said, , really she said, , why are you surprised? ? I said because I know you did shows but I I've never heard you go on and on about how much he wanted to be an actor. . <hes>. . So she majored in Drama University and and we got to see her in her final year in some productions that was the only year. . The parents could go and see productions ride. . Vital. . Yes she was really <hes>. . Really quite good and I would watch your working her plays and and has watching him I'm I'm thinking to myself why her performances onstage are are so ripe for a camera. . But then then my son gets a job on MTV in Canada is vj when they started <hes> in Toronto whatever how many years ago now? ? And his work on camera was just incredible. . You know I mean what he was able to do his his <hes>. . Is. <hes> . improvising, , winging it you know personality coming through in a major way, and , then he started doing sketches and writing sketches and doing funny things that were really funny and I knew that he had a great I for this but nevertheless coming in to do a half hour. . Comedy. . Character driven. . That's a whole different. . You know <hes> animal and I I. . I did everything, , I could to get the show on the air. . When he brought me this germ of an idea. . <hes> a rich family losing their money <hes>. . and Lo and behold we. . We did
"eugene" Discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers
"Hello everybody. . I M Peter Travers this popcorn where we tell you what's happening in the pop. . And right now for my guest Eugene, , Levy. . The world is just throwing awards and Garlands had his feet fifteen emmy nominations for shits. . Creek on I don't think you could go anywhere these days Eugene Canyon with people just saying we love you. . We Love You love you you. . Well. . It's the worst things can happen. . Okay <hes> worse things can happen than people saying I love you. . <hes> reaction to this show has needless to say I mean just been. . Sensational, , and it's been kind of a tidal wave over the last couple of years in particular. . Will the irony here is that just when all this love is coming your way you and your son Dan decided no this the end now. . That's a too much good thing. . Now can't have too much of a good thing. . Yeah. . It was <hes> boy was actually the right you know in hindsight it was it was really the right decision because you know had we decided to go in and do another season been royally screwed this year. . It would have been bad I would call that a bad scene. . <hes> and <hes>. . Now it ended when it should have ended. . It was just you know everything just kind of made sense every story line you know completed itself in just a beautiful way and you know it's logic that has nothing to do with television and the entertainment industry. . Well, , you're absolutely right I mean you know if you if you think of the fact that you know there's money to be made <hes>. . Then, , you're right now we probably could have gone on for another. . Two three or however many years. . But you know it's <hes> what I call the law of diminishing returns. . It's you know it's you. . You can't. . I mean, , how do we talk what happened this year? We ? can't will never reach this kind of peak again with with fifteen emmy nominations that was just mind blowing. . So <hes> it ended at just the right time you know go out when the going's good each year in each season, , it just got better and funnier and more real and it just detached it's up to our hard well <hes>. . It it I well that you know I get a lot of credit to my son. . Dan I mean he really did a masterful job. . Guiding this thing to its final destination <hes> you know we started the show. . <hes> in the intention was to make a great character comedy. . You know when he came to me with the idea, , he said, , you know I want the same sensibility as you know, , you and Chris Guests had in your movies <hes>. . -Ly character work <hes> keeping it kind of real and grounded. . And I said well <hes>. . You've come to the right guy because that's that's all I believe in and that's all I. . Know and that's that's all I do get your laps through character and and and do everything you can to make. . The characters as credible as possible you want to get to a point where your audience has an emotional investment in the character and if that happens. . Then you know you can just take them on a a lovely kinda joyride through laughs and tears and everything else you can take many. . Right and then as the seasons kind of progress once we got the fish out of water scenario. . Out of the way in the first season and realize that they are going to be there for a while the Rose family <hes>, , then the focus was on relationships. . And character, , and we could settle for a bed without moving necessarily too much story but the fact is, , yes, , you and your son Dan Co created this you know in that spirit, , but he was the show runner young. . Was He. . Scary. . was He demanding with what goes on when you're the show runner? ? We hear stories by the mind by the time by the time. . I. . I handed the reins over to him which was I think the beginning of the third season. . <hes> I listen I could tell. . <hes> in the <hes> in the room and I was in the writer's room for the first <hes>. . To. . Two. . Plus. . <hes> seasons something I did not necessarily enjoy because. . I'm not used to a writer's room. . You know I mean all the writing I've done in my career has been either on my own. . For the most part I'm SETV I wrote on my own. . And I would write with a partner like Chris <hes> or or another friend of Mine John Hempel <hes> who I did a few things with up in Toronto who played Bob and chips Greg <hes>. . <hes> but being in a room where everybody's contributing to how the story moves was a little. . You know kind of unsettling i. . never quite got the grasp on that. . It now, , but he did and he was quite amazing in the Rome even in the very beginning <hes> trying to keep things on track and and taking it in a direction that ultimately proved to be the right direction. . So it was quite an incredible. . Experience for me to watch this growth and watch how rapidly he was developing into a great writer. . Let alone what he was doing on camera. . was also quite surprising to me, , but you know the whole experience. . Was Yeah was yes. . Oh, , so he gets. . The credit for this because he's done an amazing job for six years <hes> just great instincts as a writer and some very ballsy. . Decisions as a producer. .
"eugene" Discussed on Everything is Alive
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"eugene" Discussed on Everything is Alive
"eugene" Discussed on Everything is Alive
"So I ask you a few quick questions about Being on a body. Oh Yeah I've I've never spoken to Something lives on a body before. Yeah Oh right. It's it's neat cause I live out of body but I am part of Danny's body now I part of the body now And the skin is always changing. And you know I'm deep in it. I'M INC but I'm also now part of the cellular structure of Danny And it's wild. Yeah the first time that I felt goosebumps I saw them happen on his arms and he looked at his arms and And and they started raising skin and I was like what's happening and then it felt like I was more three D. Than I've ever been like. It was just like all of a sudden I was bigger and buffer that I ever have been before and I'm like. Whoa what's this like? Each of those bumps was like another muscle that was on me and I felt bigger. It's interesting because you know for human goosebumps are often part of fear but for you. It's like almost the opposite strong. Yeah because it's like from what I've seen in. You know some of the movies that he watches. It feels like you know the rash that some of these drivers have and the fast and furious franchise or like. I would assume that it's similar till like cocaine like it was like I was stronger. Invincible for short amount of time. Do you ever wish you were one of those like tougher kind of Tattoo. I see these other tattoos because for the first couple of years Danny and I would go back to a tattoo parlor with other people because they'd also want one and they knew.
"eugene" Discussed on Everything is Alive
"The earliest memory I have is Just kind of hearing screaming and I'm just like is this because of me and I'm just like you know I'm feeling the pressure and it's this constant kind of like tapping pressure which now in in my longer life. I'd I realize where a bunch of needles that were you know connecting me to Danny. My name is Eugene. I'm a Tattoo I Shaped and look much like the DreamWorks Character Shrek. Okay so you're you're tattoo fat to trek. Yeah and if if you look right at The base of my smile You can see In in a ribbon that it says. Show me the money in a couple of money signs. If I'm if I'm not mistaken show me the money. Yes Nada No. It's not a Shrek phrase as I also found out. never Been around to watch the entire film. usually covered up During film watching which makes sense and what. What can you tell me about the person on which you live out? Danny Danny's great You know Been with them sixteen years now but I am a predominantly on his left His heart When we became partners initially When I was born created however you see life You know we were excited guy. He was he was happy. I think he was surprised of how painful I was going to be. also I think he was convinced by the artist that I should be bigger. So you could see more of the detail I think Danny he overestimated the love ability of Shrek but to his heart. Think it's not. How does it feel knowing that to come into the world you have to cause a person? Pain I don't really think about it that much in that regard because I'm just like I mean isn't that what you went through and I mean that's what humans go through. You caused your mother pain when you came out and I think it was pretty similar. I guess yeah we are. Yeah we're the same in that way that neither of US could exist without pain. Yeah there's a lot of pain. It's interesting when you meet somebody with a baby. Yes you never say to them. Did it hurt to get that? But you do say that to somebody with a tattoo. Let's be honest If you can remember what it was like when you were being born if anything you just remember people screaming people in all when you appeared somebody with gloves on touching you. It really is similar. A lot of Goop I think about a baby Like my wife is pregnant right now. Congratulations thank you The baby's kicking lot. Wow and I think that there's something so interesting it's like the neal needles from the inside And I think it's so interesting that that she is aware of every single thing the baby does you know right. I just think about how you you are constantly with this. Yeah no yeah me and Danny are fully connected and Yeah the journeys together And you know th there's Times where He'll forget about me but You know I can't forget about him Just because I'm I hear his heart beating you know in a in a not. So great time there was times where He is with his other partner and He's been with this partner for out say Roughly a six ish years and And I remember a moment where We were in the bathroom And we were both looking into the mirror and he clocked her Makeup and And was just trying to see what it would look like if he you know covered me up with that. Wow which was to. I mean it was really short. He J- you know because maybe he realized that like it might be silly for him to do that all the time but you know that was the first real moment that I was just like. Wow he might not want me around you know You know but I think the saving grace is that his damage partner. Grace thinks that I'm cute when you saw in the mirror. Yeah Denny's chest covered up with makeup. What it looked like to you. I saw. It's weird to feel like you're you're gone and in a weird way it also got me in the head space of what every time. He wears a shirt or puts a sweater on top of a shirt. Or whatever and we'd got side in wouldn't feel that cold I mean maybe that's just him dressing appropriately for the weather so that I wasn't cold but you know it made me think like is this what he's doing. Every time he puts clothes in his trust. Trying to make me disappear for the day. It will say people do just social norms. Just kind of you need to wear shirts. Yeah no I understand that as a concept but at the time when he was putting the makeup on me I felt like that's what he was always trying to do. I feel the regret from Dami a little bit. Yeah a lot of it. I have a friend who he got a tattoo and that tattoo artist. The Tattoo kind of went wrong. Wow how does your friend feel about the Tattoo? Hello Hebron it's in. Hey how's IT Goin'? Ian All right. It's Weird. It's a weird time honestly. It is a weird time. I'm calling because I wanNA talk about your Tattoo I don't know. Can you just tell the story of of the Tattoo? I've always loved the Odyssey and for some reason I got it in my mind that I might want to get this Just the word a deceased. Yeah it busiest. It's was rich enough of a subject for for me to that. I felt like I could just look down at his at his name and go to places that I wanted to go so I found a very reputable tattoo artist and went to the studio. We talked about. It seems simple enough. She said next week. We'll do the tattoo next week so I went the next week. Oh I should say that. The before left prior week he had written down a dishes and spelled it wrong so I reminded him I. I wrote it down to listen. This is actually how you so the dishes like. Oh God I'm so sorry absolutely not a problem back the next week so what he had. It was spelled correctly and he started and Meanwhile we started talking about conversation about bad tattoos. It was a great conversation. 'cause he said Tattoos from his point of view. Tattoos were something that showed a record of where you were at an exact instant in time and if it was actually there was no such thing as a bad tattoo. It's still part of the story of your life so we finished it up. It didn't take very long and when I got home my wife immediately asked to see the Tattoo. And then just showed her without thinking and had a strange look on her on her face she started really kind of acting nervous and she she said. I have to tell you something and it might make you very upset. I looked down and I saw that. It was spelled O. D. D. Y. S. E. U. S. So it's so it's wrong to twice. Its it's not just the extra D it's the. Yeah subtracted S. S. Yeah yeah already seuss. The shoes does does it hard if you think back to that conversation with the Tattoo artists and think that maybe he looked down after drawing the second D and was like friend. What do you think about bad tattoos? Because I think they're fine. I actually like the conversation that we we had. I don't it stuck in my mind. Well this this must mean something. It gives me a sense of perspective and yet reminds me of why I was inspired to get that tattooed on my arm in the first place. I actually prefer that. It's it's the my own personal odyssey's.
"eugene" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"Yeah I mean I guess it's funny because to me Julian I still do stood lots of stuff together so I see that is ending. You know but we'll probably still do events and we'll probably still do shows and you know we will probably start a small comedy record label And maybe do a podcast or you know other projects together so I see that as you know ending because that's you know it's like I'm still friends with with people from with my closest friends are still from college even though colleges over that doesn't mean that like none of can talk interact so. I do think that the community that was fostered in in in that time and in Brooklyn exists and I'm close friends with many of those people in many of those people came and visited Us in Somerville and in the last you know months of Katie's life and would come here often to the Cape and hang out so I think like obviously things move on but it isn't like a clear like will know more jokes now. Now now we live on Cape Cod and we hunt fish. And we're very serious like I. Julia lives an hour from here in closer slightly than that to me in Somerville and so we'll continue to do things and you know me and my friends Matt and Christian Who made the album in twenty fifteen are starting to work on like kids stuff other projects together so I think like You you know. Find ways to work with people and continue to do stuff. That's enjoyable. I mean mostly what's been through line for me is working on projects with friends and I'm continuing to do that though. It is true that I probably won't put on the Eugene Mirman comedy festival in Brooklyn Eugene. Thank you so much for taking the time to be on Bullseye. It was nice to get to talk to you again. And it's been a long time. Thank you very much. Thank you so much for having me. Eugene Merman the documentary of which he is a subject. It started as a joke is available to rent or purchase now. That's the end of another episode of Bullseye. Bullseye is produced out of the homes of me and the staff of maximum. Find in and around Los Angeles California this week. Hey seuss my colleague. Shaved his beard off then kept it that way for a day before shaving the rest of it off. We're all going a little nuts homes in apartments. The show is produced. By speaking into microphones. Our producer Kevin Ferguson. Hey Soussan Brosio is our half bearded associate producer. We get help from Casey. O'brien Jordan. Howling at maximum fund are interstitial. Music is by the Great Dj. W Dan Wally. Our theme song is by the wonderful. The go team thanks to them and their label Memphis Industries for letting US use it. They're working on a new record. So look forward to that. We've been making this show for a very very long time. With hundreds of episodes archives that Maximum Fund Dot Org? If you'RE A BOB's Burgers Fan. We've had several conversations with H Jon. Benjamin who plays Bob on the show? We also talked to Kristen Schaal. Who Plays Louise? If you like adult swim we did a great interview with Jenna Friedman who created the insane documentary series soft. Focus for that network. You can also keep up with us on facebook. Twitter and Youtube just searched for bullseye with Jesse Thorn. And I think that's about remember all greg. Radio hosts have a signature sign off Bullseye. With Jesse Thorn is a production of maximum fund dot org and is distributed by NPR..
"eugene" Discussed on The TryPod
"Also I want the Webby. The web is like the third in the the main digital awards. And it's the one that we got. And it's the coolest looking trophy barring and it looks really fun to play with and I WanNa play with that award you know normally like you know like bigger companies like we're nominated against will thread. Yeah lineup is crazy stacked yeah. It's odd that we're there. We're happy to make make it up there with the full official increment and buy gas and also the TRIPOD. Something that was we were talking a Lotta stuff right before we started. We kept almost having wonderful conversations that we saved them. We saved them for you for the listeners. But perhaps the most interesting one to us in our dynamic that you gene was asking us for video game advice. Now if you don't know somehow Eugene never had console. His mom told him that video games would give him thumb cancer so he was never allowed to play so he has no context for what kind of game he even would want to play. So what are the things we should suggest to you guys easy? What what sort of genres do you like when it comes to movies? Tv I should. I should clarify keys anecdote that reason. My Mom said that in case you don't know is because she was concerned based on other Asian friends children that I would become a nerd jokes on her happened anyways. But yeah so you're you're even nerdier about a lot of things. I think over nerd and other categories because they did not play any video games. I had to sneak to my friends houses to play. Was it sixty four like Goldeneye. I played Goldeneye poorly. I just did the mode where you shoot each other where there's no story and you can do a big head and I always played. I always played the sexy lady. Always play the sexy lady but yeah yeah yes yes or no Zenya Zenya on atop the lady who crushes men with her thighs. Oh I'm familiar yes to your question you said. What would I be interested in? Well first and foremost what console should I get? Is it the console? Do I get because I want a certain game or games or do I get a certain console because the consoles better has better control system? Okay so this is a great question in the dark. All consoles except for the switch are all about how beautiful they are. How like cool. The Games are interactive. How the multi-player works? How shadow realistic out really like a graphics arms race and you got. Ps for and you got xbox one well Ngoga the PS four zero in the xbox one asks if you nasty and you got PC GAMING. Yay Nasty like versions of each of them. Let's go like Hong basic.
"eugene" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast
"Hey guys brand new podcast. Today's podcast is with Eugene Merman. Eugene is a comedian Brooklyn a very talented comedian. He is the the one of the voices on Bob's Burgers. I we do not talk about that. So if you're tuning in to hear about that you've tuned into the wrong fucking podcast. I've known of Eugene. For a long time we run in very different scenes. He is more like the New York now now not even New York is. It's a really interesting story. I saw a post of his on line about a new documentary that he shot called it. Was it started as a joke and it was really fascinating out of the names in it. I were names are familiar with some of the minute. Demetri Martin Michael Showalter Bobcat Goldthwait Mike for big Leah. And some I didn't know Some some some are just like very famous comedians. That I was like Oh my God. Kristy Scholes fucking awesome and so I wanted to watch movie. I did not know what I was in store for. I tweeted immediately and said Hey. Where can I find this? And he sent me a link and he said you know you can find on Itunes so I bought it on itunes or watched it and I mean within the moment where I sent out that tweet which was probably a week ago to the moment I finished watching it. I will. I was stuck to the screen. It's an amazing movie. It is a very. It's a very funny movie. A documentary because it has all these fantastic stand ups doing stand up on a festival. Eugene put together at the Bell House in Brooklyn so you see a lot of comedy. But then you realize that the underlying tone of this specialist more about About Life Eugene's relationship with his wife and her battle with breast cancer and her battle with with cancer in general and the raising of their son. Ali I think his his name Oliver and about life and about being a person and about struggle. And it's amazing. Amazing fucking movie that I implore all you will laugh. And if you're like me you're gonNA cry and if you're like me you're GonNa Fall in love with you gene I hope you enjoy this interview And that's all I got to say. I hope you enjoy this interview. Ladies and gentlemen without further Ado Eugene. Merman is did I love..
"eugene" Discussed on Citation Needed
"Vegetables we can fuck priority is true so deb's is involved in the Burlington railroad strike of eighteen. Eighty eight interesting. Railroad workers demanded higher air of Burlington Seniority Rights and grievance procedures. The workers did strike but the railroad brought in the Pinkerton hired scabs and broke. The strike in a month in in the wake of this steps leaves the Brotherhood and starts one of the first industrial unions in the United States. The American Railway Union and its first year in eighteen ninety four they successfully got demands met for the workers. During the Great Northern Railway Strike I love demands was grievance to like one of their big complaints was. They had no good way to complain. I've gotta fix that. Yeah they got a suggestion. Box Out of it was in eighteen. Ninety four DEB's became involved with the PULLMAN strike pullman train cars were plush sleeper train cars they were made in a factory town just south of Chicago and when I say factory town I mean. The factory owned the town like Chris. Watkins Mining Town in the rundown the greatest action movie of all time to Jerry. You are you fucking kidding. Me Roadhouse or like why blood sport what he doesn't use guns at the Matrix anything with Gary Busey. Are you serious dairy abuses lead? The town was supposed to be some kind of capitalists wet dream people lived in the town and shop at the stores and worked at the factory there but the company rented the home sold the Food and pay the workers after recession hits the company slashes wages but they don't slash the cost of of room and board. That's crazy now. We call that. The economy could strike. How well we'll find out now. You can argue that. The deal sucked hardcore prior to the wage cut pullman. Rents were high. The wages were low and the hours were abundant but after the recession he cut wages forty percent and this in addition to not lowering costs caused the strike. So these workers joined dabs new union and they tried to convince the owner to make some changes. They eventually walk off the job in. May He's like all right all right. You guys can have forty dollars. Raise side note unrelated. Rents going up forty bucks this data so this strike actually had a huge ripple effect on the economy all across the nation see. This was an industrial union. Meaning all the people in the industry that were part of the union were involved in the strike. All the workers boycotted all the railroads that use pullman car so trains all over the country ground to a halt. Few WEEKS SLATER THOUGH GROVER CLEVELAND. That was the president of the time called in the National Guard. They clashed with the strikers. All across the nation a bunch of trains derailed properties damaged. Many people are injured in thirty people. Die The papers. Of course blame all this on the workers. And specifically on Eugene debs okay. I Love Union striking so much for all the obvious reasons but I think my favorite is how it stood peak of passive aggressive. Like I mean like the literal meaning of words each separately like super passive but super aggressive and National Guard. Guys COME IN. They try to break it up and they have to be like stop nothing gang. What are we doing a little baby Ronald Reagan taking notes at this point Ronald Reagan the US government eventually stops in stop the strike claiming that it's obstructing us mail and it's good news and bad news for depths? The good news is that there's a period of major unrest in the United States because of the pullman strike so they make a new National Holiday Labor Day. Bad News is DABS and seven others are brought up on charges of conspiracy for their participation tabs was defended at that trial by Clarence. Darrow was just as successful as he was during the scopes monkey. Trial DABS get. Six months in jail leans over a clearance. Not Trying to tell you how to do your job but the part three asked my boss. If the Bible was true in feel sued not great. Deb spent time in jail. Jail sounds actually really really nice. He's in a nice jail in woodstock which is acute small town in Northern Illinois as a comfy bed he gets the sheriff's family for dinner gets visitors has plenty of time for reading and reflection. Nice okay ill. When you read that and I'm thinking like man jail significant lifestyle up. We've maybe done society wrong. External like my life except you know a little bit north of here so while in jail minutes Nellie bly who interviews him and he realizes that maybe capitalism isn't super great and quote. It was said that a friend left a copy of DAAS. Kapital and prisoner debs read it slowly eagerly ravenously unquote okay. That part sounds like a penthouse letter. That does not sound like how you read. Copy can be both well like a penthouse letter. It's probably allies. Tabs emerged from jail. At the end of his sentence a changed man he would spend the final three decades of his life proselytizing for the socialist cause now the cause of the inspiration might not be accurate and some people attribute his socialism to other authors. But he definitely was a socialist when he walked out of the jail. Well see those really putting together a folk song on his guitar and Harmonica Rig. So we'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA take a quick break for some apropos of nothing. All right everyone please. Rise FOR THE EIGHTEEN. Seventy Presidential Elections. Most of us don't know about germs. So this is very very silly. We recognize the speaker from Missouri. Good Evening Ladies and Gentlemen I represent the scoot scoot part and all those things used to play on in gym class like a like a roller skate. That you sat on your parachute game anyway. Vote for me. Murray all right good. Excellent speech excellent and now the candidate from the new territory of Manitoba at Creole. Thank you good evening. Everyone sorry Mexico just took us back over. Never mind at all right all right. Enjoy Mexico fantastic next. I don't know the Republican. We are the good guys now. But we're going to do a weird switcher roofing in the fifties so being look up. That should be lots and lots of fun. All right. Well Gentlemen Gentlemen because that's who can vote. You have your candidates. Go ahead and vote if you know how to write and We'll meet up here in four years and we'll do this again. Sound good everyone Lamar Order Park. And we're back. When we left off Eugene v DEBS was leaving jail growing a match behind him and walking away in slow motion with a giant explosion behind him in the background. So what happens next? I reminds me of the rundown like where walking slow motion movie. Anyway the point that's amazing the pullman strike actually gets him some great publicity so much so that when he leaves jail six months later a hundred thousand people come to see him at the Chicago train. Station earm- speak and welcome him back into society after this. He realizes that he needs to start a political party. And this my friends is white. Tick Tock will be a political party by talk. Deb's traveled across the country and spoke to crowds hungry for some equality. There were actually a lot of socialist groups back then and DABS was suggested as the presidential nominee for the nineteen hundred presidential election. He of course would only agree if the disparate socialist parties. Join together under one banner..
"eugene" Discussed on Citation Needed
"He's not no. That's right that's right here. He is haunting Europe. He'll be back some amazing communism references in there. The Manifesto Survey got it. We tried to make one. He got all the people that were wrong. It's you know from each according to his ability. And it's not even from the network this is from the critique of the program. It's fine marks. That's already fighting you on twitter in radio. Line Buddy all right. Let's get right into it. He Li- tell us what person place thing concept phenomenon or event. Are we GONNA be talking about today? Well thanks to fantastic patron Andrew. Andrew suggested no fewer than three times. We cover Eugene. V debs excellent rape pick. My aunt is actually named after Eugene. V debs Debra Debra pretty cool and see. So you're obviously a nine. Th level secret agent of the corporate overlords. Are you ready to tell us about an amazing socialist icon but with subliminal shades of sabotage throughout? Look I'm just saying with all the claiming of other people's Shit. This guy's name should have been Eugene. Dibbs that's right. So what is the origin? Story of Bernie Sanders Sapin ten years before Bernie. Sanders is boy. It's really close. Beginning of time. I just want to announce right at the beginning. I Love Bernie Sanders. Actually I think we all need to get that out just so people to eight male. Sanders is fucking fantastic. Don't like the job I it's fine go ahead. He's Jewish critique. Okay all right guys. I want you guys to sit back for a second. Imagine if you can a time when the United States was plagued by incredible wealth inequality where workers had few rights where people were exploited on a daily basis. We're the working class. Felt as if they had no voice where people quickly fell into debt and poverty. I know this sounds like science fiction while I'm here to tell you that there was a time just like this in American history as wacky. As that sounds that time it happened only once and we got a lot better since then. We've not had any problems since you know probably fix it was a youth led. Revolution of eleven percent of the available electric. That's washed also loves Bernie. Sanders is how you get a sense of the young people. Eleven percent really came out. In higher numbers to youth led revolution going to win. Eight did not lead to real sad realty guys here. We go in all seriousness. The labor laws and workers rights of the turn of the twentieth century were fucking abysmal. This is before forty hour work weeks this before weekends off paid time off child labor laws and really so many other things that we take for granted in today's workplace it was during that time that the unions and labor strikes and the socialist help pave the way and this week show is about one very famous socialist that ran for president four times or never once had to get into a fistfight at a brokered convention. Well I think what peaceful saying is we are all very much hoping to watch Tulsi Gabbard get punched in the face by domination at the convention. I see so what I'm hearing you say is to down to to go ask right. Great of Tulsi. Gabbard comes out on stage and she had cut Hillary Clinton's face off and she's wearing like the rest of the land. Yeah you gotTA happen. If should cut Hillary Clinton's face off. Okay OUR STORY STARTS IN. Terre Haute Indiana in eighteen fifty five gene. Daniel and Marguerite deb's emigrate from the L. Saas region of France and have five children. One of them is named after their favorite authors. Eugene sue and Victor Hugo Snow Eugene Victor Deck. No I'm picturing the confrontation from lame is but it's burning Biden. That's all I can see right now. We're once again asking for your financial. I must thank me mad. You know you're not gonNA keep going got. Where do I begin? We're not doing it. No Bernie Z. I I know you're Eugene V. Show I quit. I quit at the age of fourteen DABS drops out of school and becomes a painter for the railroad painting and scraping paint from railroad cars. It just stories that he used his first two days of wages to buy a paint scraper and I know any cap. That paid scraper is prized possession. Until he died which says a lot about both workplace equipment availability and prized possessions around eighteen seventy opted for one that wasn't like diamond plated. He would have been an three months. Ages is fucking engagement ring. Not a paint scrape Eugene Eugene by the one that's seen on TV Bhagwan after a few years working as a painter. He climbed the corporate ladder one or the other employees on the road. A locomotive firemen misses work. Because he's drunk so deb's steps up and starts doing that work which consisted of shoveling coal into a raging furnace on a steam powered locomotive. That ran between Tara and Indianapolis clearly one of the circles of Hell Indiana. I mean listen. You really hate the end. So did you say what you will about the eighteen seventies but calling dibs is a pretty cool way to get a new job right not here today. I'm the fire guy now. True Story Indiana still smells like that train fire to this changed that and methane absolutely God. After a few years on the horrific job he decides to change professions and starts working at a grocery warehouse available at four. He took the shoveling. Coal is. I don't know exactly what was on. Monster DOT com back. Tom Glasgow glass door was literally just a glass door to your office. And then he killed you. Eighteen seventy five dubs join the Brotherhood of locomotive firemen and became active in the organization in the next few years. He's adding their monthly magazine serving their delegate for his chapter at the National Convention wasn't even working as a fireman at this time he just like the people I guess and these Brotherhood assist. We're not like the unions today. They were more like social clubs anyway. Oh okay so like a teacher's Union. Teachers brotherhoods focused on building community among the workers. Rather than leveraging their collective bargaining they viewed labor and capital as friends so labor striking was at this point looked down upon by the Brotherhood and by himself. And you can hardly blame him. Strikes back done could turn deadly. When strikers clashed with malicious many strikes ended with rioting and mass destruction a quote from Wikipedia here quote the Brotherhood had never authorized a strike from its founding in eighteen. Seventy three to eighteen eighty seven a record which dubs was proud of and quote right and I totally get it. Joe Biden voted several times during that stretch to murder the striking unions with militias bill better than trump. That's very important and he doesn't remember it. I don't know why you guys are mad at okay. Don't don't do that. That knows. Striking record is like a weird thing to be proud of. It's like we haven't used the nuclear option in fourteen years by okay. That's not time it's all I'm saying at this point deb's wonders if this is really the right way to affect change in the world and decides briefly to instead pursue a job in the government as a politician in late eighteen seventy served as city clerk and then in eighteen eighty. Four he began. He became the State Representative for Indiana's General Assembly. But after one term he decided not to run again. Dabs joined the legislature. All bright eyed and bushy tailed with plans to help labor and push for women's rights but was appalled by the vote trading and dealing that went on it. Sounds like it. Ruined his idea how the government works so he gave it up and went back to organizing labor. I mean it taught him about how the government during the next. Several years Labor clashed with business. All over the United States the haymarket bombing took place in Eighteen. Eighty six when the police attacked a peaceful rally worker responded by throwing dynamite at the police so not not entirely peaceful. They brought dying like bouquet. I I guess I wrote that sentence battling I think it happened at two separate days came. Yeah now the police came over. Beat the Shit budget in the next day. They'll eat some dynamite motherfucker in law. Yeah Han Shot First Han shot first. That's all I'm saying. No it's true. They did so anyway. That could probably be its own episode and in eighteen eighty six there was the bay view massacre when the National Guard fired on fourteen thousand striking workers. It should probably be its own episode. Two in eighteen ninety two there was the homestead massacre in Pennsylvania. Where the Pinkerton killed steel workers on strike in? That should probably be you guys know what I'm saying. Okay but if we did all those somehow could fit in all the essays about Internet rumors and.
"eugene" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"Kissed on the Cheek. Like a sweet little friend. Yeah and I offer me this thing right here. This shows growth and Eugene and it shows a maturity as far as them like bonding fixing the relationship. But they've been slowly kind of repairing the relationship. 'cause do gene was really really strong really hurt and I think that Now he's Kinda move one which is kind of what she wanted. She was like I I. I'm your friend but I don't want you romantically guy to support you. I just don't desire you like that. I think for the first time ever. They actually have a friendship agree. I don't think it was a friendship before it is. I think this was a nice guy. Quote Unquote felt entitled to Fucker. Because he had been nice and she was pretty and you know he had been even when he was doing stuff with her when they would have to like satellite when they first went into those whispers like the whole time he was like you know talking bad about Gabe and trying to shoot his shot and shit this dirty MAC. And so you know to me. I always looked at Jane. Kinda like he's a coward cower with a lot of you know like underhanded shit that he does you know during the war to save us. He was on the wrong side. I you know so for a long time and I don't think I I mean so. I think she knew he wouldn't kiss her. I think she knew like you. He's he's clearly heart seeking in love with this girl and I think that's the only reason she asked like. Do you want to kiss me? Go ahead and to prove the him like Nigga you love girl now go go go right That's what I think happens because I don't think he really was going to let him light. You know work on his game where her whatever but yeah. It was an interesting situation. Then we get think this is where Oh yeah okay. Yes so this actor at the chaplains eat down. Getting some cut up care goes she. Goes TO TALK TO LYDIA LYDIA THEIR MIND Business Lydia. Look Lillian Looking. Like just leave me alone on waiting to go fight against my. Mama's whore lie. We know what is going to be you know and kill has not been known whenever care of her normally not good well as they fell out yes last time they talked. Carol you know basically had her go see gamma and you know this is the one she was just my Mama Fuck you. And before that. The first time she met her she told it just depends shit up. Leave her hearn. Henry was trying to get together so it's never been good right now like when they got to get you know what I mean like. It was a friendly relationship. Right as Lydia is not as both lost Henry though one thing they do have in common and caroline kids. Don't really mix at least not the ones you like. So they're like her Maybe Lydia live because Lydia read this woman fulfilled..
"eugene" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"On can only a few hundred miles per satellites visibility range as promised not spilled the beans on our audio rendezvous to anyone but since sale provided the kicking the DEUCE book. It required to tickle your eardrums radio in the first place what the fuck you can't help but you know what this is. A great example. It's always somebody out there for everybody. It is no matter how quote unquote corner. You think you are lame you think you are. There is somebody and I don't know if it's somebody else nerd book to they got plenty. Aqui is also somebody out there willing to hit this shit. 'cause most people roll their eyes but she was out there Yes kicking the deuce bucket. Yes Eugene talk dirty to me. I can't believe that this is the solicitor ordained meet-and-greet here. Either people are overcautious Virginia. I'm in Virginia. He went all the way out. Just put it out there to thirty five Oak Street address. Just come on. She could be a murderer. You don't know anything coming. Slot everybody middle of the night heat. All now there's GonNa be a long time. Eugene I hear like my. Pin Number is four five nine five. Just go ahead and put it in man. He can't wait to meet this woman. Here's the back exit so you can get by the Gods. I wonder what they found exile like. I'm taking now say pantalone and previously engorge member is are standing Brighton firm Ararat over light meter. Read you the periodic table. If I'm even pronounce never I love the rescue. That little man in the boat if you know what I mean my mandible if if if you can understand the department our light to make your H. Two. Oh if you know what I mean what the Hell I really learned to get down there. And maybe Take all that tight. T know because it tight tight thank. The ball's not mean over. I think he caught himself because he said that ship before he thought about it. And then he's just like fuck I say as she didn't stay like other like got the son of a bitch way right Simba's ABC scenario as how we can safely face to face. You pick the day in the neck of the woods perch ourselves out of stock at the eyeball to did you audio's yourself easy. Peasy trump is Stephanie. Are very much like to meet you. Take you out to the Buddha buffet. Really Talk to my people do the thing. No don't tell anyone what my people say i. We'll do waterloo. I promise I wonder what race death me is over the phone. You know because I can't really tell I feel like she got a real Ambiguous voice like she could be a black man. She could be why anybody she could be anything. Like what are you? What Eugene low key racist and didn't meet up in he'd be like Oh. I didn't know you were going to be the darker. Persuasion this several car complications in our romanticism. But you know what I like. My chocolate must be jelly jam. Don't shake like that. You must've needs and burdette because you kinda dig a Eugene might be you know and love here are feeling some type of way about about a Stephanie. I believe is a day so you know. Look nothing's better than two kids all right Outside early and often are working on offense and that's when they look out and they see the crew from Alexandria with Gamma Intel. And you know. I think Mary's a name and they don't know her And that old man is on a wrecking crew of a fuck. All them people like no fuck them. Well not just that but all the communities are on that friendship right no. They weren't even friends with each other for a long time which allowed them to be infiltrated but ranked. You know they do after that. The way to the whispers did that attack that killed all those people and attacked him from the inside and then with Dante infiltrating I feel like everybody is getting a and that was the whole point to make everybody question. Everything to foot the crumble. Everybody's getting the corona virus light. Yeah they're like I don't know you. Let's take a look at this. You look a little too familiar. Look to new. So they're basically like who is this woman and then they go down there and they question They start questioning what's happening now. Here's a question I have do. You think out in Earl are running. Hilltop now. Wouldn't be surprising. Because if you think about the amount of turnover this worse than the trump administration Maggie Tower Jesus like and Lily have no leader. What did I do they kill? They hung him. Greg Gregory Gregory. Yes Oh yeah you have all these people that I mean? They can't keep a job over there so I wonder if this is supposed to be like okay all the earlier entire charge. It wouldn't be surprised because Jesus don't Jesus but you don't want to jump right. Maggie left right because the thing is technically Ezekiel actually should be running. Because he's probably has the most experienced that everybody but you know she'd have them before and he just froze and backed up so I think I also have that terminal thyroid cancer so he may not feel like he should be leading. That's true but I think the intern is Magma Magna Magna you think so. Yeah Magnus her but Miko go is I knew there. She probably will be running. I think she was kind of the tipperary intern but nobody really is going to give her that respect so it has to be some out of it has actually been there for a while so the other reason. I bring this up is in early. Autumn are in charge. That actually is a little bit scary for hilltops because both of those mother fuckers had the women killed in that attack. Aided and Tammy died in an attack and so of course they're the most on edge of no new friends negus. I don't give a fuck what you just say. Fuck you get the fuck out my face and they each and four fight with maybe discretion would be the better part of valour. They like Nah not new. I I want to smoke. So which makes sense because they say early and working overtime making all these weapons and yeah he probably going super-motivated any a single daddy now to come on So yeah in the woods Zeke. Fis Carol moping Daryl's abandoned and he asked me to come back to hilltop or does he just GonNa sit out there with their and see the south in and and look like maybe she'll come back with them. Yeah I heard what happened..
"eugene" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"On this. Just just say Catherine favored movie. Take you now you know when we started. We did the problem but this was the the again fantastic touch. Ah that Catherine came up with when we started the show because we did a little presentation pilot with a lot of different cast members when we shot it here and there was no Dialect character really did as a favor and and then when we started the actual series. You know she. She came in with these great ideas. What if there was a dialect if more were kind of talk like this as I said Gold Beard of? That's it's great. It's great and what she wore weeks the way for food for for different moods that she was in. Hey J yes I do. I have all the old emails Ichi Tonight Exchange before we shut the car industry in this series in he's returning into our characters because I was saying gene you have to make me feel okay. My whole life is upended. I'm in a motel and Eugene. It's okay we're GONNA work it out. It's all going to be good. You'll be taken care of you be allowed to feel like turning turning into Johnny and I'm turning into but also about the weeks in one of the emails hitching. What if I had a friend that kept going disappearing at dinner and coming back was weeks and Tada? And what if I wear a lot of any bill Talk to the hair department. Could you be two weeks when we'd be for dressing up when you're in a bad mood and perhaps at turban no eugene interesting. I didn't even know what I had in mind but it was. Don't say now how many I have to wear. I want to get there and five worried about cost Eugene producer or the time. I'm a producer. Sir I love. I love the way your actually didn't impersonation of my email.
"eugene" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience
"What I want to make sure we get across anything that you thought about this. Like is there anything that is on your mind? Anything you want to share anything? I'm look I'm excited to be here. I love I love working with young people, by the way, the two people that used to work at your office at work here. I called you. I said, look, I need some young hustlers. And I want people with growth, and you and you handed me two guys on that note. I apologize Eugene for everybody watching if you own a business, if you're running a company one thing, I always say like, obviously, I always want to keep everybody. However, I you if you own a business, if you actually want to bring value to people you have to watch the people that work for you. There are times when it's I when I look, and it's obvious to me that different people need different jerseys than the one they currently have in my place where I know they can shine. Plus it's moments in time. I'll be very honest with you both of the guys I'm looking at him in the face if they came to. In two thousand nine it would have been different. But when they were in the system at that time through the serendipity, it's fucking serendipity. I think way too many people are selfish with talent. Right. And then more importantly, like don't realize how the world works like this. Couldn't make me feel better. I agree. And I gotta say this. It's hard to find town. So if I'm sitting here talking about catching rumble, the boat super exciting brands, I I'm just creating experiences, quite honestly. So when people ask how do I do better than the next guy? I don't know I can buy the same tune in that you can buy them by the same vodka that you can buy by the same one that you can buy. It's gotta be everything else. So it was always the intangible things he impede, right? It's patients and practicality. You have both synergy. Look what I have is patients. But what I what I'm challenged by think everyday is my last, and I and that is something from being a kid, and that's problematic thing, and even how successful you, are you always think that everyday is your birthday party. And when I when I walk into catch, I think every day is my birthday party. I don't think anyone's coming. So I get up every morning with that stress on my back in I try to find that sense of urgency. The people that cannot I think being patient and lacking entitlement is very easy to bounce both. You can't have entitlement in business that you do you absolutely have to realize customers. You can't have entitlement. Absolutely singular mistake. I see. Here's what I realized you walk into catch. I don't wait for you to come say. Hello to me, if I'm sitting at the table, I jumped the fuck up, and I go to you to say how to your table. And now the people who think they ever get to an ownership position think life gets easier. I don't understand that why they think they're going to have less problems when they become successful you work for that. I work for everybody. I worked for everybody. Only people over for my parents because they love me, no matter what beyond that like I got to perform and I got to earn. And I know that I know that going into look I've had some amazing years in the success of catch in successive rumble. But we've had some bad years we've closed some places amount of shame to talk about that stuff, by the way. Those failure those trout, and they can get real jobs..