35 Burst results for "Fred I"

Geraldo Rivera Can't Decide on the Narrative of January 6th Either

The Dan Bongino Show

01:54 min | 22 hrs ago

Geraldo Rivera Can't Decide on the Narrative of January 6th Either

"Last night, Geraldo can't seem to determine if his friend with air quotes Donald Trump incited a riot or not either. Check this out. I supported President Trump until the period following the election, leading it to the despicable events of January. 6th on January six we brought we bring you want for your damn people. The world and history an apology. But damn budget are all those wrong on both fronts. Profoundly wrong. How the president I have his transcript of what he said. We're going to go march to the capital peacefully. Unpatriotically is inciting a riot is quite confusing. I don't know if you need a thesaurus and dictionary. I don't know where you get what you just Making that up. I don't understand. Like the narrative goes back and forth between this was a planned insurrection to then Trump incited an insurrection despite the fact that Trump said, Go March peacefully and patriotic Li Oh, God, I don't know why you're making that up. And I was a friend of president trouble. Little bit friends like you. You know who needs enemies? I mean, that's being a friend. Two, man, I don't want any friends like that. You imagine that? I I tell Jim and Mike Mike Gold march on Cumulus headquarters peacefully. Unpatriotically. You guys deserve a raise, And then they go there slamming on the door and a cumulus blames me. Fred. Can you imagine that? I mean, I see it. You can folks you can listen to. I don't need to play it here. The transcripts out there. You've heard it 1000 times. Everybody knows what Trump said. But understand this left this cannot decide on a narrative and there's a reason I do. I talk about this stuff because you have to be able to dissect these people when you're able to dissect them and look at what's on the inside. You see, it's never pretty. The reason they can't settle on a narrative is because of what I just said. They're trying to determine what does the maximum political damage not with the truth. They don't care what the truth is. They're not interested in the truth at all. I'll get to that in

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The Maritime History of Fred. Olsen Cruises

The Big Cruise Podcast

01:58 min | 5 d ago

The Maritime History of Fred. Olsen Cruises

"Family history. This week is all about fred. Also which we just briefly spoke about. what what. What's what's the story this week. Might i thought it was an interesting one. Because obviously they have been changing that fleet quite a bit the continue ships and as you mentioned of course what planning to commence inaugural voyages but the ships and the brand itself. Outside of the might not be one of the most known Cruise lines around there. But it's actually had a very long heritage. Yeah it has it so dates back. I'm one hundred seventeen years And all the way back to eighteen forties I says a family business which is which one of the things that's really interesting is being run by generations of the olson family and First An impressive Who founded the company was fridge olsen and his brothers will also captains of ships and i became ship owners so the family had a sort of a long deep rooted connection with shipping End as the company grew in terms of its size from small sort of sailing ships up to powered vessels. A variety of different members of the family were involved in operations running the company nine in eighteen seventy five to olsen took over an eight hundred full thomas. Fred olsen took command of one of his father's vessels at the age of twenty three the captain at twenty three. It's pretty impressive And so that was sort of foundation years of of the of the company And then if you fast forward to twentieth century by nineteen fourteen. The operation included forty four ships so You know much more than than one day. Passenger ships but for ships is is a big fleet

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Fred Warner, San Francisco 49ers Agree on 5-Year, $95 Million Extension

Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

00:18 sec | Last week

Fred Warner, San Francisco 49ers Agree on 5-Year, $95 Million Extension

"Francisco 49 Ers line linebacker Fred Warner signing a five year $95 million contract with 40.5 million guaranteed, making the first team all pro, the highest paid off ball linebacker in history. The 2000 and 18 3rd round pick out of BYU made 125 tackles last season with two interceptions and a sack while being voted To his first Pro Bowl,

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RNC Says One of Its Contractors Was Hacked

Cyber Security Headlines

02:24 min | 3 weeks ago

RNC Says One of Its Contractors Was Hacked

"Russian. Ap targets republican national committee bloomberg sources. Say the threat actors were part of. Ap twenty nine or cozy bear previously tied to the solo in supply chain attack and the democratic national committee breach of two thousand. Sixteen in response to the report rnc spokesperson. Mike reid said there is no indication. The rnc was hacked or any rnc information was stolen. Read went on to say an attack was detected but administrators acted to block all access to its cloud environment and furthermore with microsoft to review their systems white house urges mayors too review cybersecurity posture at a virtual meeting with the bipartisan. Us conference of mayors deputy national security adviser and neuberger urged us mayors to meet with state agencies chiefs to properly evaluate their cyber security posture. The biden administration also reiterated. They would provide additional resources for mayors to shore up defences with the fbi and cyber security and infrastructure security agency tasked to provide assistance. This comes as local and state. Governments are increasingly targets of ransomware with the fbi issuing a public service announcement about the growing threat last year. Incomplete print nightmare emergency patch released. Microsoft issued the out of band. Emergency patch to fix a critical vulnerability dubbed print nightmare in the windows. Prints buhler service that could allow remote code execution with system level access. The patch is available for windows server. Windows ten windows eight and windows seven after it was released security researchers matthew hickey and will dorman found that while the patch is effective at preventing the remote code execution. Flaw attackers could still use the local privilege escalation component to gain system privileges on vulnerable systems for older windows versions further analysis by other security researchers found that the entire patch could be mitigated if the point and print policy was enabled. More information on the cassia hat comes out according to the company's ceo. Fred viuhkola between eight hundred and fifteen hundred businesses have been impacted by the supply chain attack against the company although he acknowledged getting more exact figure is difficult. Since the customers of its customers were the ones most impacted. He also had no comment on whether the company was negotiating with the ransomware operators because said in talks with the white house. The company didn't see any national risk posed by the attack. The overall impact of the attack has been felt globally with coop supermarkets in sweden forced close as well as dozens of schools in new

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NFL Bans Dwight Schar From Future Ownership Interest in Any NFL Team

WFAN Sports Radio_FM Show

02:07 min | 3 weeks ago

NFL Bans Dwight Schar From Future Ownership Interest in Any NFL Team

"Minority owners coming in at some point, but he is the he is the sole owner after buying back the minority shares from Dwight Schar, Fred Smith and Bob Rothman. And what was a very contentious uh, I think And this is that I don't know if it's been publicly put out like this, But I think it was a takeover attempt by the minority owners who were looking for a greater evaluation on on their sale of their minority piece, and all of this negativity started to pop up. In the Washington Post started to pop up and and social media. These accusations were thrown out there, all of which, incidentally, Dan Snyder has claimed responsibility for even though he was not directly implicated in any of those things. Um, And the news today is twofold. One that Daniel Snyder is it was fined $10 million. At least the Washington football team was fined $10 million. The clarity on that is that $10 million will go to charities, which which Tania, his wife and Dan will choose. So it's a $10 million fine, but it'll all go to an important cause. The other thing. That I think is not insignificant in this is that Dang Dwight Schar, who was one of those minority owners, and a lot of people believed was involved in the smear campaign on on Daniel Snyder has been banned for life. From the NFL. So, uh, while we while we want to vilified, um some of the things that went on inside the Washington organization, the the campaign It was put out to embarrass and try to force. Mr Snyder to Snell also came to light and again, I'll read it, I'll say it again. Dwight Schar, who was a minority owner, has been banned for life from the National Football League. Take that of what you will. Um, but that's not the story. So a lot of people there's some misconceptions out

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Serial Killing Sex-Crazed Couple: Fred and Rose West

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

02:06 min | Last month

Serial Killing Sex-Crazed Couple: Fred and Rose West

"And rose. West's headed back day to the realm of true crime for another brutal suck for two decades. Fred and rose where the patriarch matriarch of torture sadism incest and at their horrific british home. Their house at twenty five cromwell street in gloucester was just minutes from a busy shopping center but the layout of the home with a side entrance and little street. Lighting meant fred and rose can sneak in victim after victim almost undetected. Then they would often lead them into the sexual torture chamber. They had created in their cellar. Some victims were detected because they lived at twenty five cromwell street their own daughter. Heather sixteen the time for death would become one of their victims and not the only child of theirs who be murdered. After decades of debauchery cops discovered what will be termed in the press as a house of horrors a few years after heather disappeared. The monsters parents strangled her stopped her cut off her head. Her mutilated corpse was dug up at gloucester home by police who were stunned to find eight other bodies and additional bodies had been buried elsewhere much more well known in the uk than in north america. Just who are these maniacs. Fred west came from a long line of hertfordshire farm. Labourers was born in nineteen forty one in the small village of much marcle. Approximately one hundred and twenty miles west of london to walter and daisy west for it began. Life is a beautiful baby which huge piercing blue eyes and blonde hair. But he wouldn't stay innocent for long. His own childhood may have doomed him. Fred claimed that his father had sex with his sisters and that he lost his own virginity to his mother. He also had sex with his sisters. He grew up in a house of so much incest. Roses early life not much better eerily similar. Rosemary letts was born in november nineteen fifty three in devon england with a less than auspicious heritage. Her father bill. Let's paranoid schizophrenic. Her mom daisy letts suffered from crippling depression as a teenager. Rose showed signs of being sexually precocious walking around family naked after her bath and climbed into bed with her younger brother and molesting him. Why was she so sexual. She was molested for years her father so much incest and her house as well so much physical abuse a sick mirror of fred's own childhood

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Rays win 4th in a row, send Angels to 5th straight loss

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | Last month

Rays win 4th in a row, send Angels to 5th straight loss

"Fred Phillips drove in three runs in the race picked up their fourth straight win by trouncing the angels thirteen to three Manuel Margot and Mike Zunino homered to back Shane McClanahan who allowed three runs and four hits over six innings all the hits and runs off McClanahan came in the third inning ji man Choi had four hits and drove into was the raisin proved to six and against the angels this season Alex Cobb drop to and six in eight starts against his former team surrendering six runs and six hits in four innings I'm Dave Ferrie

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Interview With Roger Wakefield LEED AP: The Expert Plumber

Around the House with Eric G®

01:42 min | Last month

Interview With Roger Wakefield LEED AP: The Expert Plumber

"Welcome around ask there where we talk home improvement every single weekend. Thanks for joining us. I've got a special guest in the studio today. My brother from another mother. Roger wakefield plumber end trades now extraordinaire. Welcome to around the house by fred. Thank you for having me here. I appreciate it. How are you sir. Good man good. I see you every week. Doing your stuff on lincoln live which is great because i can find out what's going on in the plumbing trades and stuff out there but you have just literally been owning social media from the plumbing. Point of view doesn't matter if you're training people to get into the profession or help out homeowners to your everywhere and running a successful plumbing bill business in dallas texas. It's really funny. I spoke in front of a bunch of speakers last week. And that's one thing. The that p vargas the founder of the event talked about look people. Tell me all the time. They see me everywhere. And i started laughing because when he called me up on stage i told him said he just want want you to none. In the last twenty eight days we had nineteen and a half million video views on youtube and tiktok and he was just like late. That i can't even imagine that so. Yeah we're we're a started out with youtube and what we have. We've had people come up to us all around the country and say they recognize us and we started to talk about six months ago and now we're starting to get people to say dude. I see you all the time and you're automatically thinking on tiktok and they're like automatically thinking on youtube yup and then they're like on tiktok and it's like wait. Wait what it is. It's pretty funny.

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Bongino Welcomes Liberals to Confront Their Ideology; We All Should

The Dan Bongino Show

01:28 min | Last month

Bongino Welcomes Liberals to Confront Their Ideology; We All Should

"Liberals on even though it can be annoying at times, because I think it exposes the failure, their ideology and They won't do that to us because they're uncomfortable with their own ideas. I mean, Ilhan Omar is running away from critical race theory, claiming We're not teaching it. We don't run away from our ideas. But I was really spinning during that segment because I knew what he was saying was false. You doubt me? Look, here's a Fox news story for by Fred Fleitz who knows a lot about the Intel community May 2017 Talking about the so called 17 agencies that said Russia had feared on behalf of Donald Trump. In his May a testimony. The Senate Committee Judiciary Committee Jim Clapper, folks, Jim Clapper, confirmed what flight said in January that the assessment so far he was talking about reflected the views of only three intelligence agencies. The CIA, the NSA and FBI, Not all 17 again. It's just they just don't tell the truth about stuff. And I wonder sometimes what if there's any value in this? I mean it like I know, maybe it's for Baden and talk about this stuff or whatever. But the show is for you and I wanted to be informative, and I wasn't going to let that go and it it's weird because I only had like three minutes with him and he just wouldn't give it up. It's not true. It wasn't 17 agencies that concurred. There was three It's or a clapper already admitted it that there were select handful of insiders that set all this junk. But I don't know what you get out of it so Email us. You can go to our website

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Fred Highlights a Couple of Plants Everyone Should Consider.

Your Gardening Questions

02:03 min | Last month

Fred Highlights a Couple of Plants Everyone Should Consider.

"Already had a couple of other plants. You wanted to highlight. I definitely do the one that has been highlighting itself for perhaps up toward two weeks and then again like all other tree families groups and so on. They don't all bloom at one time. Now they gather up at one time. But i have been enjoying immensely my own and then dozens of other japanese tree lilacs. They are technically lilac. They have relatively little fragrance. Unfortunately it's it's not unpleasant but it's just not much there. They are anywhere from a creamy white flour to Well whitish. I don't i don't know about snow-driven but at the same time they're they're very remarkable and you can see them literally if you turn a corner on a city street and they've used as a street tree you can see in three blocks away when you turn the corner. They're they're quite remarkable for a period of roughly two two and a half weeks there quite a sturdy tree. I have seen them now and now being the last x. number of years where they're being known well enough to be used as a retreat. I've seen them from. I'm going to call them saplings. On up to about ten inches in diameter and then i have to tell a quick story about driving the countryside many years ago when i thought i knew what a japanese tree lilac was and hadn't paid any attention. Anyhow i'm trying to get on county roads from one town in northern ohio to another. And i'm i'm i'm kind of beaten it on the road and i came over a rise in his. I looked down there. Were three of them. Yeah that i could see honestly for quarter-mile with up being any attention. I kinda hit the brakes. So i get a better look. I forgot there was a guy behind me. Yeah i don read sign language that remarkable though march they add and their their their finishing up right now but even after the glory of the flower and the little little flower

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What if everything was human-powered?

Absurd Hypotheticals

02:16 min | Last month

What if everything was human-powered?

"What if everything was human powered so my first thought when thinking about this was just like the flintstone cars like fred flintstone running. In a car and the power car obviously. That's not what we would actually do. We actually like we do have ways. That are human powered already to get places. The most obvious one is bicycles so professional bicycle. Riders can maintain twenty five miles per hour on flat ground. Which is pretty fast. It's not like a substitute for cars. Really but it. it's decent. Yeah twenty five is not fast that i would expect. Yeah that's fair professional biker too so it might be a little lower for like people but still pretty good but there are some better versions of bikes. So is a thing called vela mobile. That was really hoping you were gonna say tricycle. Savell mobile is basically just a bite. That's enclosed in like it has an enclosure and protected from the weather and stuff in it has like better dynamics and there are some like like electricity assisted vela mobile. But they're also wants purely human powered and the enclosure actually adds a little bit of weight to it so like if you're going uphill then it's a slower climb up then than like normal bike but if you're going downhill or on flat ground than are the better dynamics helps increase your top speed Actually watched the video of a guy going. He reached sixty eight miles per hour on one of these things which is pretty good in my opinion. That's actually a pretty good replacement like it. Obviously cars can go faster than that. But it's like within the range and these are actually pretty street friendly too. So that's that's driving on land but what about like other types of transportation like in the water so obviously we have other boats said. Don't like run on on motors and stuff. We have sailboats. But those those are wind. Wind-power said that's not that doesn't count for us but we also have like any type of boat that requires paddling. So if you have an or or paddle and a canoe or a kayak things like that.

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What if everything was human-powered?

Absurd Hypotheticals

02:00 min | Last month

What if everything was human-powered?

"What if everything was powered by lack so everything in the world that is powered by all our good dinosaur juices and like solar power and all that yada yada all picked one specific thing and said what if that was the only source. So chris let you start off. What question did you answer. So i started off with the most basic source of power that you can get. That is human power. What if everything was human powered so my first thought when thinking about this was just like the flintstone cars like fred flintstone running. In a car and the power car obviously. That's not what we would actually do. We actually like we do have ways. That are human powered already to get places. The most obvious one is bicycles so professional bicycle. Riders can maintain twenty five miles per hour on flat ground. Which is pretty fast. It's not like a substitute for cars. Really but it. it's decent. Yeah twenty five is not fast that i would expect. Yeah that's fair professional biker too so it might be a little lower for like people but still pretty good but there are some better versions of bikes. So is a thing called vela mobile. That was really hoping you were gonna say tricycle. Savell mobile is basically just a bite. That's enclosed in like it has an enclosure and protected from the weather and stuff in it has like better dynamics and there are some like like electricity assisted vela mobile. But they're also wants purely human powered and the enclosure actually adds a little bit of weight to it so like if you're going uphill then it's a slower climb up then than like normal bike but if you're going downhill or on flat ground than are the better dynamics helps increase your top speed Actually watched the video of a guy going. He reached sixty eight miles per hour on one of these things which is pretty good in my opinion.

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Bitcoin Mining With North America's Largest Miner

The Pomp Podcast

02:16 min | Last month

Bitcoin Mining With North America's Largest Miner

"Our guys bang bang. Got fred here. Thank you so much for doing this. Thank you great to be here absolute. Let's get started with marathon in kind of your background. So marathon is one of the largest. Bitcoin miners in north america. What did you do before you on the board and then became the see you so twenty. Five plus years running technology companies across a variety of sectors. Fintech was a big one. Matter of fact my first programming job was at a bank so grew up really understanding the friction. The financial markets was had the good fortune taking some companies public. Doing a lot of a and then switch to the dark side became a private equity managing partner and did leveraged buyouts tech companies and then started advising really large funds and tech companies. I had known the ceo. Marathon merrick former ceo now executive chairman for many years socially or kids grew up together and i joined the board in two thousand eighteen. Really that help him with kind of the transition to bitcoin. Mining and blockchain always been fascinated by blockchain. I think it's a great leveler. If you look at kind of how the internet developed and brought kind of the democratization of information i think people exposing data on the blockchain is going to change. How businesses operate imagine companies like salesforce. Who effectively hold your crm data hostage. If all that data around the block chain not only could use salesforce taxes and gained benefit from it. But you could use other applications. I think there's just a were so early in this blockchain development. Bitcoin cryptocurrencies. Just one part of it. I'm a big believer in the bitcoin. Blockchain foundation for financial institutions very secure fully decentralized network. You know you can say other things about ethier. Money has some great benefits. But it's still is less decentralized than the bitcoin blockchain and there's just so much you can do so. I was very excited at the opportunity to step into more of an operating a marathon. And i think now's the time where you'll see. The miners become more professional. Companies were real enterprises. If you just look at the build out plans most of us have you know. We'll be billion dollar revenue companies within the next year and a half to two years and those become big companies and they need to be run in a proper way with good

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Be Careful Not to Water the Verbena Too Much

Your Gardening Questions

02:13 min | 2 months ago

Be Careful Not to Water the Verbena Too Much

"And welcome back and fred You and i were talking a you talked about. How maybe her begonias. We're getting too much water. And they were saying that some plants some of the bloomers. Some of the annuals just can't take too much water. And and one that we talked about was ver- beena verbania is a beautiful little plant. A little it'll get get up into the eight ten inch range and eventually multiple flower heads and and Various colours available even to the extent. Mark and i were talking about one is purple with one little red stem coming. It could be what's called a sport or a mutation it could be a second little seedling sneaking along whatever it may be but it's one of those plants that i have killed three years in a row by by not paying attention to my own concerns. I put it where i wanted it. Not where it wanted to be. Yeah it. I put too low in the bids now. My beds are not high. But they're still water runs from. We'll say the property line in through the bid to the grass line and then carries off. So that i get water off the lawn watered down off the bid and so on to where that's the last area of to dry. It's the first area for the beena. Diane so the best way to tell you is if the bed is slightly elevated then go midway up the hill so to speak or upgrade to put those in they just simply are at least from what i would like. I said i killed three years in a row. I fortunately the third year. Well i welcomed some some reflection where i stopped on time and said those so-and-so's are not gonna make it again so i was still tied to biza manuals and i. I went to the guard center and replaced them but Well i i don't know i should tell you a story like that but still in all Rabin is one of those things. That is quite prolific and flower Sturdy as it can be but not with wet feet. It just it just quits. And that's not good

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Liz Cheney ‘Wouldn’t Be Surprised' if McCarthy Was Subpoenaed by Jan. 6 Commission

Atlanta's Morning News

00:23 sec | 2 months ago

Liz Cheney ‘Wouldn’t Be Surprised' if McCarthy Was Subpoenaed by Jan. 6 Commission

"She wouldn't be surprised if House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy is subpoenaed by the commission investigating the U. S. Capitol riots very clearly and said publicly that he's got information about the president's state of mind that day. That's where maybe sees this week McCarthy lead the effort to Al Cheney from her leadership role a bill forming a bipartisan commission. Looking into the riot could hit the House floor this week. Michigan Republican Congressman Fred Upton

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 Seth Rogen Says He Has No Plans to Work With James Franco Again

Fred and Angi

01:35 min | 2 months ago

Seth Rogen Says He Has No Plans to Work With James Franco Again

"Professional relationship with his buddy James Franco, saying that he has no plans to work with him following all those allegations of sexual misconduct. In a recent interview, he said, What I can say is that I despise abuse and harassment and I would never cover or conceal the actions of someone doing it or knowingly put someone in a situation where they were around someone like That, however, I do. Look back at a joke I made on SNL in 2014 and I very much regret making that joke. It was terrible. Honestly, I guess in his opening monologue, I don't know if you guys remember this. He joked about a 17 year old girl. In respect to James. He said, I decided to print James Franco. I posed as a girl on Instagram told him I was way young. He seemed on phase. I have a date to meet him at the ace hotel, not age. Well, allegations of sexual misconduct were made famous arms. I warned. Made against Franco once again in 2018, when several students at his former acting school accused him of intimidating them into sexual situations. The allegations, which she's denied, turned into a lawsuit, which was settled back in February. Settles also said I also look back, Um Oh, he said he looked back to another interview where he said he would keep working with James and he said, and the truth is that I have not and do not plan to right now, so he changed his mind on working with him, he said The allegations have affect Did their personal friendship as well. The interviewer ended it by commenting, saying the whole situation with his body must have been painful. He said, Yeah, but not as painful and difficult as it is for a lot of the people involved. I have no pity for myself in this situation. So I mean good for him for

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Bogdanovic scores 34 as Jazz rally to beat Raptors 106-102

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 3 months ago

Bogdanovic scores 34 as Jazz rally to beat Raptors 106-102

"Boy am Bogdanovich drained six three pointers while scoring thirty four points as the jazz beat the raptors one oh six one oh two would you go there added thirteen points and sixteen rebounds to help Utah win for just the second time in five games those guys were really physical on us and our we instead of you know breaking down and breaking apart B. we came together Jordan Clarkson and Joe Ingles added fifteen points apiece with Ingles collected nine assists after trailing by as many as ten the jazz search they had won a one ninety six with five sixteen left behind an eleven three run Fred vanvleet had thirty points seven assists and six rebounds to lead Toronto I'm the ferry

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Sew Maxi for Mother's Day With Teameaka Ray Grover

Stitch Please

01:56 min | 3 months ago

Sew Maxi for Mother's Day With Teameaka Ray Grover

"We are talking today about so messy for mother's day are so maxie for mother's eight hours tech the to but you are the so maxie for mother's day challenge and i am so happy to have tea in chris bill to talk with us about that today. Welcome fred no we are. Tell tell me a bit about this challenge. Now this is not the first time you have offered the so maxine for mother's day challenge. Tell me how many years have you been doing it. And how did they get started. So i guess. I'll go first and then crystal you can go ahead and to it whenever you lie so we started about so. This is our third year so we started almost three years ago with the challenge. It's been such an amazing experience having this challenge and we are so grateful to be able to do this again. We started this challenge. Couple of years ago because crystal and i wanted to contribute to the song community by participating in some type of challenge when we first started. We didn't exactly know what we wanted to do. Crystal said hey. Why don't we do a maxi just challenge and i thought oh. Wow that would be really interesting. I didn't know exactly how that would hold up year after year. We decided to do it annually but it has been such a wonderful experience. People really love the challenge for crystal. Is there anything you want. How you sent me a message on instagram. And said you wanna do something for mother's day. And i will say oh. Yeah that'll be fun. And i said how about we maxi challenge because everybody loves maxi-dresses 'cause you just throw them on and put some cute sandals on and you just go. Everybody loves maxi-dresses springtime. People wanna get ready to go to the beach in the pool. We just wanna throw on something and get out the door.

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"fred i" Discussed on Bedtime History: Inspirational Stories for Kids

Bedtime History: Inspirational Stories for Kids

07:59 min | 3 months ago

"fred i" Discussed on Bedtime History: Inspirational Stories for Kids

"Hear that ding ding. It's the neighborhood trolley. Making its way back from king. Friday's castle to the neighborhood of make believe it's here to deliver a message to all of you about the man known as mister rogers fred. Mcfeely rogers was born on march twentieth. Nineteen twenty eight and latrobe pennsylvania. His father's name was james and his mother nancy. His love of music started early in his life as he began to play the piano. The eighty five before we going further. I know that you're all dying. The know about fred's middle name mcfeely. Yes that's actually. His middle name. Mcfeely was his grandfather's last name. Fred brooks mcfeely. Fred's grandfather was a local entrepreneur. And the man that they named fred fred's grandfather was a local businessman and the man that they named fred after now that we have that interesting fact out of the way. Let's learn some more things about mr childhood wasn't the easiest time for the man who become known as one of the nicest happiest men on tv. He was very shy and overweight. He spent a lot of time stuck at home suffering from bouts of asthma. Fred was picked on a lot as a child because of his weight and some kids even called him mean names. Fred had a very lonely childhood which forced him to make up imaginary friends. He spent a lot of time playing alone with his toys in his bedroom. Making up imaginary world for them to explore in highschool. Fred finally overcame his shyness and made a couple of good friends. He served as president of the student council. He was also a member of the national honor. Society and editor of the school yearbook. Fred got into television because he hated the shows that were on. Tv an an interview. He said i went into television. Because i hated it so much. And i thought there's some way of using this fabulous instrument to nurture those who would watch and listen. His first job in the tv business was working for nbc in new york. As a florida actor on several shows fred worked for nbc until nineteen sixty three. When he moved back to pittsburgh there he took a job as a program developer at the public television station w. q. e. d. together with josie carey. He developed a children's show called the children's corner while josie was the host of the show. Fred made puppets characters and music. Many of the puppets and characters that he developed for the children's corner were used on his later shows. It was well working on the children's corner that fred became an ordained minister rather than become a pastor. He turned his focus to ministering to children and their families through television he would appear before church officials regularly to keep up his ordination and it was during this time that he met margaret mcfarland margaret. Became his key. Adviser collaborator and child education guru. Most of fred's appreciation for children came from his work with margaret and later margaret helped mister rogers neighborhood scripts and songs for thirty years. The original mr rogers show ran from nineteen sixty three to nineteen sixty seven on the cbc in toronto the original. Mr rogers show ran from nineteen sixty three to nineteen sixty seven. It was a black and white fifteen minute long show and was the first time that fred appeared on tv. As mr rogers in nineteen sixty seven. Fred headed back home to pittsburgh with his wife and two young sons in nineteen sixty eight. The real magic happened. Fred began filming the show. Mister rogers neighborhood. Mr rogers filmed eight hundred and ninety five magical between nineteen sixty eight and two thousand and one. Oh can you hear it. i hear it. The show's about to start. It's a beautiful day in the neighborhood. A beautiful day for a neighbor. Would you be mine. could you be mine. Won't you be my neighbor. Every show started this way. Mr rogers would sing this song greeting everyone. While changing from his jacket to a sweater and his dress shoes to sneakers he was now ready for the show's adventure to begin. He always welcomed everyone with open arms into his world. He would share stories of make believe he took everyone on amazing journeys outside his home to see how different things worked in the world but most of all he taught many lessons about life. The show ran the same way for the entire time. It was on the air. Mr rogers would introduce the show's theme. Then he'd leave his home to visit another location. He would let everyone see how different things were made or built once he finished his visit. Mr rogers left and returned home. Now we knew it was time to visit the neighborhood of make believe mr rogers headed to the window seat by the trolley track and tells the viewers about the story. They were about to see as the trolley comes out. The camera follows it down a tunnel into the back wall of the house as it enters the neighborhood of make believe each story and lesson would take place over a week's worth of episodes each involved puppets and human characters. The end of the visit occurred when the trolley returned to the same tunnel. From which it emerged reappearing. And mr rogers home. Mister rogers always had the last talk with viewers before the ending of the episode. Unlike the show sesame street which focused on teaching kids numbers and letters. Mr rogers show focused on things like developing feelings and having good morals there was no other show quite like it in nineteen sixty nine. Fred went before the. Us senate to help get more money for pbs. Their tv station. Fred wasn't well known but he had the ability to be very convincing. He was able to connect emotionally with everyone he spoke to his words helped get money for the television station. For many years afterward it was also considered some of the most powerful words spoken before congress and nineteen seventy president. Nixon appointed rogers chair of the white house conference on children and youth. Not bad for a guy who was so shy as a child that he only played with toys now. He was using his talents to not only help children everywhere but also to make sure the tv station had enough money to keep making mister rogers neighborhood for years to come over the years. Mr rogers did many interviews and over one hundred fifty speeches to college graduates. His speeches were all about children. Television education has views on making the world a better place and how he never wanted to stop learning. The mister rogers always spoke with a soft voice. Everyone always listen to what he had to say. During some he would ask the audience to be silent. He asked them to think about someone in their lives. Who helped them. This is something. Fred always encouraged. He always appreciated others for what they've done. Mr rogers won a lifetime. Achievement emmy award and nineteen ninety seven. He was inducted into the television hall of fame in nineteen ninety nine. Have you heard of the show daniel. Tiger's neighborhood this kid's tv show is based on characters from mister rogers neighborhood. We can all learn something very important for mr rogers. Even though he started out shy and unhappy as a child he didn't let that stop him from having a big impact on the world around him. He focused his life on helping. Children grow and learning to be the best they could be. He taught kindness compassion and caring to everyone he ever met. Mr rogers treated everyone like they were his friend and neighbour and only asked the same in return. The world would be a much better place. If more people had the same attitude each day please be kind of a stranger and do something nice for your friends and family. Even these simple acts of kindness can make a big impact on the world. Love and happiness are contagious. As mr rogers once said all of us at some time or other needs help whether we're giving receiving help each one of us has something valuable to bring to this world. That's one of the things that connects us as neighbors in our own way. Each one of us is a giver and receiver. Thanks for listening to this episode about fred. Rogers be sure to tune in next monday for a new episode..

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"fred i" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

03:15 min | 7 months ago

"fred i" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

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"fred i" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

03:34 min | 7 months ago

"fred i" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

"Chicago police officer is exactly that voice that you're doing. I got yelled at for double parking and he just rolled up. Roll down his window and said you think you're fucking special. You should have said yes. Father is german. My mother is venezuelan. I was born in mississippi. Makes me pretty special all right. Get out of that car to you. How the anger anger directed at me. Bob odenkirk saved my life. Because i had parked. We had a little driveway next to like an alleyway allowed to park in and it was right near wrigley field. And i parked my seventy three plymouth valiant which was mustard yellow. I it's a car. Dragnet from the tv show dragnet second lease car. That policeman in the early seventies drove around in. That was pretty lame. I parked in the alley and this cop came up while i was getting out of it. And he is like are. You can't park here. i'm going to have to write you up. I was like no. I live here i i live here. And the guys started to say nope nope and he started writing napa ticket and i started i never. I don't get mad at the police. I started to get really mad because this was just incorrect and wrong. So i started to say like no no. Hey listen. hey listen. Bob put his started to get near me because bob was from naperville and so he was he knew don't talk back to chicago. Yeah yeah and the guy looked at my license. Plate said new york on it. Because i had driven from new york writer at senate at life and he looked at me and as he was right as he was handing me the ticket. He looked at me and said why. Don't you just go on back to new york. And i started to get really mad and i started to get like step towards the cop and was like go back to new york and bob put his hand on my chest and looked at the guy and said he gets it officer. We're good. we're good and he led me away and was like you don't you don't do that. Conan you don't. And i was like i laid a real. I later realized that yes. Bob was absolutely right. And it's probably i'd be in jail right now in chicago. Why were you in chicago so you. There was a writers strike in one thousand nine hundred. Eighty eight and i was a writer on saturday night. Live and so. Roberts mcglynn bob kirk said. Hey let's go to chicago. We know some really good performers there and we could just instead of just sitting around on our asses during this writer strike. There's nothing to do. Let's go to chicago where they had some connections. Let's do A little show and we can perform sketch is that we never got on starting out live because they were too weird and so we did not and it was really fun. I mean it really solidified my get up in front of people bug baba's great. Bob is a real. He makes things happen. he dies. he's a force. Bob is a is a force of energy and always was remembered seeing He did a one man show. There's a famous biography of Jerry lewis and the photo is of course jerry jerry lewis and half his face is painted like the clown and the other half is sad. You know which is pretty mawkish inexcusable. But that was the. And so bob is one of my favorite titles ever for one man show. It was bob with half his face. Made up in the other looking sad and then titled the show was half my face as a clown..

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"fred i" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

04:06 min | 7 months ago

"fred i" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

"It was actually really nice. Fred fred fred fred. Yes yes the nice to see you. Sorry activities recognize you instantly. But i'm thinking of buying several islands increase extra conan o'brien. It was really nice. It was really nice. I won't go into it but we were discussing the dakota and we were marvel. We were marveling at. Yeah and there were years. When i didn't own an apartment in new york city and what i would do is i would sublet for a year or two and then move and i. I think i lived in like eight apartments in nine years. And i mean all over manhattan. I just kept moving like a serial killer. And that's all i'll say but i do remember bumping into you and being like oh man wouldn't it be cool to live you know in the coda wouldn't that be so cool. They had an irish policy of still up there. That sign is still up there. No isn't that there was so much an animosity towards the irish. I can't this weird concept to me. Yes it is funny until you meet lots of irish people and let me tell you something friend then. It all makes sense now. What is your and you have a very complicated background. Which i think is appropriate because like for example. Where you're born doesn't seem like the place you'd be born in born in hattiesburg mississippi right right. My parents went to college there. University of southern mississippi and they're immigrants. My dad wrong. Germany and my mom from venezuela. And so that's just where they went to school. That's where they met german venezuelan mississippi. It's let's take three things that you don't ever associate with each other. He and put them together. And then you get fred armisen. Yeah it just happened that way. They really wanted to study here. And that's that's where they ended up I mean. I'm glad i'm glad i'm alive. I'm glad found each other. So you're saying that you're glad that you were formed ha well. Let's agree to disagree friend. i'm not. I'm i didn't say i was elated. That was formed. I'm glad that do you make new year's resolutions. i do. I make them. But then i completely don't follow them. That's too bad. Yeah i don't either. Yeah well this is terribly uninspiring conversation. 'cause if you're a resolution person or not it doesn't really see that's good 'cause you know why miller lite with great taste. Just ninety six calories means that you can still enjoy much needed time and you can stick to your goals not stick to your goals. You know it's up to you or just making it to the weekend. It says if you have a job with boss who like sucks the life out of you. Sometimes it's nice to just aren't bosses like that. Oh no twenty twenty. Didn't set the bar too. High for what counts is improvements. So if you're setting out to the new year. I think we should go easy on ourselves with the resolutions. I really do. i think. Twenty twenty was rough so we can all agree. Nothing needs to change about enjoying miller time. If you enjoyed miller time before you can still enjoy miller time. I say why should all. I'm changing mail at time doesn't need to change in the next decade or anytime soon. All i'm saying is miller. light has ninety six calories. That's i'm going to do the math. I think it's three point. Two grams of carbs. Yes mazing leaves plenty of room for us to enjoy miller time while our goals kick into gear. Yeah and like i said. I'm not comfortable with new year's resolutions. Miller lite resolution no resolution. You have yourself a miller lite not gonna kick yourself over ninety six calories and three point two grams of carbs. Yes or my calculations. But i think they're right miller lite great tasteless filling no matter how you feel about the.

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"fred i" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

Life is Short with Justin Long

04:06 min | 7 months ago

"fred i" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

"The opening credits change. It's not for the better. It could be a dream life. Good dude you're listening to short. I am your host new twenty twenty one sweetheart to do with me as always is my slightly more focused but still hasn't gone out of the rut of twenty twenty christian brother happy new year. Happy new year to you. Yeah i feel like this guest today. Who whom will introduce the second you say whom or who will introduce. I always get this wrong me to think it's who will introduce you know what i'll get. I'll be better about that in twenty twenty two. That'll be a already have so many resolutions grammar can't be one another one towards toward i have a hard time with two. I going toward him towards. Who's our guest today. Okay well before. I say that he relates In a very big way in my life to twenty twenty so it's a nice way. I think it's a nice way to start the new year because a big part of my twenty twenty was staying home. You know quarantining watching shows and what i watched i think. More than anything to things impractical jokers and portlandia. The show portlandia brought me so much joy i had seen. I of course had seen it before. A done. An episode of it but i. I never watched it start to finish. I did that in in the corinthian and it made me happy. Got a funny show and our guest. Today is one of the co creators and the stars of that show. One of the most brilliant comedic minds. fred armisen fred's gotta be top five funniest of all time. I think it's arts rank. I know that. I know it's hard to rank him or put him in any category because he's so unique so many characters he's played in so many comedic points of view he was one of the great. Snl cast members for many years. How long was the on that. Show ten years something like that and so many people so many cast members. I've talked to not only on the show but everyone's cites him as their favorites. He's like a favorite among cast members. Just because what he did was so. It was such a departure from what they had been doing. a lot. more absurdist And specific stuff that he does. You know it wasn't like these broader characters which i love massive headwind harry and and took me back. I oh yeah about in the dana carvey decade. At least i love those characters. Were like you don't have to love the s years. You grow up on or even like the rob schneider like the big i. They got old. But like i can't even say without saying you got old. Everyone knows that got old right. Is that still fresh. Anyone even rob schneider. I'm sure is like oh man. I did that. One time to people haven't thought about that in a while so if you saw it. One of those sketches now name be transported to a happy time in your life and you'll old that's true but what retro now that's true But with fred did on us no and then what he continued to do on portland us so a so real about it and and specific it was so like nuanced I marvel at some of those portlandia sketches i. I'm still not totally done with series and it's one of those things where like i know i'm coming up on the end and it's making me a little sad swan spacing them out over the course of a couple of days so great guide. Yeah and so. We talk about that and We just catch up about life and how he came to be. I was so curious to know more about him. Because he's someone. I've known for quite some time and you know i've never had occasion to like really sit down and pick his brain while i'm shopping at the all right. Let's era here. We go My talk my chit chat with. He said have that hasn't changed in the new year. I don't know what has changed. I don't think i've become a rambling or you've got a little bit more confident in.

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"fred i" Discussed on Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"fred i" Discussed on Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

"You decided. They were fine. They were Ok you know. When the shows were going on for four hours. They probably. Wanted to wrap up. They were like okay. We're onstage to buy. Something that like? Sort of meshed into each other in really fortunate way I'm glad it did. When did and stuff sometimes they'd have an instrument and then on various shows. I've always gotten to play drums or guitar. Is something yeah well? So you came to L. A. in two thousand and started doing stand up. This alternative comedy space. And then I believe you did stand up on Conan that same year, so that that's incredibly fast really fast can. Can you tell us how and this is before you this before? SNL, exactly yeah, so this might be two thousand, two thousand one. It was really Zach. Fanatics who sort of got me. I ended up on some shows with him. And I think he brought me to we salon gang, and somewhere in there are she was booking largo in somewhere in their politics Davis was around, and she got me booked on Conan, and so we went around New York. We had to do some Mike. Nightclub shows. You know to act right Oh. The act was a self defense expert, right? It's hilarious and I. Just watched that third great terrible fake moustache. Moustache. which at the time? I thought it was a good mustache. It's pretty good that sets on a the team COCO website so yeah. It was Camacho it. It's really fun hilarious. It was so meaningful to me because I remember. When I went onstage, that was like the first time. I've ever had like a camera with a red light over it right, you know like facing me and I remember thinking I love this like it felt really like Oh. This is this is going to be fun. See weren't nervous at all. Yeah, it was. It was another thing of got nothing to lose a character. The character was a self defense expert who gives bad advice. Nobody laughs I. Didn't I didn't feel that pressure of like? Hey I'm a funny guy. Kenneth be convincing as something weird as so many things on Conan. Were I really really watched that show all the time, so it felt like it was in the tradition of all that stuff. Yeah, that's a perfect fit. It was seamless. Fit in perfectly so I love. You weren't the Red Light. Because some people man I've heard people say that when that red light comes on the first few times, it just kind of flips him out, but but for you is a very calming effect I love it. That's great. because. He Falls Asleep with a red light over. On Camera. I think it's also that. This is a pretentious thing to say. There's something.

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"fred i" Discussed on Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"fred i" Discussed on Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

"Here's our chat with Fred. How much are you guys working on the new version of the show? The Largo version I mean we're. We're writing it. A Lot. Yeah, but we're not. We're not there at all. There's a lot of writing, but then there's a lot of ad-libbing like yesterday. Andy was on the show for the first time in. Space and so you know a lot of that was was ad-libbing, but you know we give him some general ideas, and then he says I'm not going to do them. Exactly it looks good. I'm really enjoying it like it's pretty I also I. Love Largo Yeah. I was to ask you. Mary History Largo. It's kind of the only place I really started doing standup. I performed another places, but then. A little here and there my standard used to be like doing characters and stuff right, but I moved to L. A., in two thousand and I had friends telling me. Oh, you should go to Largo. That's when it was on Fairfax and as soon as I went there. That's I. that's where I wanted. I wanted to be a part of that I didn't tour around the country. As a stand up comedian. Right no really. Really no comedy clubs a few little variety shows and stuff, but basically Largo was the place that I wanted to be a part of I remember also being alone like I just went, and I was just sort of staying at the back, and everyone knew each other, and was like Jimmy Pardo. Yeah, your friend. He was there and polly Tompkins Karen Co. Gareth, mainland Rice I should go through the whole list of every church. With everyone you worked within successful, yeah! Yes because whenever I think back to it, everyone I think of is doing something now, so mark Maron Blink Patch they all seem to have made their way and made a name for themselves. The failures all just probably killed themselves. Or killed each other. Yeah, so when I showed up at that Largo back in Fairfax was an intimidating at all. Just because you felt like you're entering this world. Where everyone's kind of a clicker did that fall away very fell away because I was at spent the better part of ten years playing in a band in Chicago, so everything seemed to be a delight to me. Everything was like Ro. I'm onstage without my drums on stage of that a band. I don't have to lug equipment. And also I was alone, so I didn't have anyone to impress which I kinda liked and I think I was thirty, two or thirty four. There was something about it where I felt like I had are- done so much that I'd wanted to do so I really felt like I had nothing to lose yet. Also probably having been a band, this was almost like entering a parallel universe may be felt familiar. Yes, in certain ways, largos a very musical place. Anyway I remember they would have musical guests. They would be acting between and. People someone play a song at the answer. It's felt something felt very musician. He about it. Anyway and then relationship continued ice I still get to perform there. When they were doing shows right I love going there to see shows, there's one time after September Eleventh I. Remember I went to go see a show and Patton, oswalt performed and I. He just changed my mood about September eleventh, and for our listeners horrible. I don't mean to like namedrop events, but it was really shocking. Time in history. We actually always end up talking about September eleventh on this podcast. For some reason I think this is the fastest. We've ever gotten there so yes. Record get a shirt. Not to get us off of September eleventh, but we'll, we'll come back to it. We'll come back friend your. This is interesting. Because I think a lot of stand up, comics want to be rockstars, but you kind of took the opposite track. You started as a musician, and then you went into. Stand up. Stand up, always something you wanted to do. It just took a while to get there or no. It was something I definitely wanted to be something I. I don't know what it's called, but I wanted to be that person who was like a musician, but then also entertaining on talk shows. There was something about like when David Byrne was on Letterman. He sat down. He had an interview. And like what's that person that cool hybrid? Yeah, yeah, there's like a weird element to it that I really liked John Waters was in that zone of Mark Mothers Blah from devaux. They're like these people that I was like. What is that so even when I was in a band I remember I would talk on the microphone a lot I was a drummer I'm a drummer some even the instrument is very. Pay attention to write a very loud. Scenarios. Yes visual, and it commands attention. It's almost like it's regal and you're seated right right where your other band members cool with you talking on the Mike. And they were patient with me because they never said shut up, but I can tell they weren't like. This is awesome.

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"fred i" Discussed on Cincy Jungle

Cincy Jungle

06:45 min | 1 year ago

"fred i" Discussed on Cincy Jungle

"Bingo tackle read. More offensive. Line More offensive, good interview, the whole offensive line and get you hyped about the kinds of line because this is going to supervise a lot of people, it is really going to blow you away. I am value mcdouga- I'm joined by as always Dr. Rajiv Electric Mudgee add John Cheated. Now. Fred Johnson so I was sitting there eating my? Great Value Cookies and grid value coffee in the morning. When I read something that just had to spit it all out. Like forty five cents of products they just spit out when I read Jim Turner's quotes on our guest return. Yeah, yeah, and he basically he said he is a monster monster now. He didn't mean he's a terrible person. That is a great ferocious football player Jim Turner also said that this kid I'll be teaching something to other people that I'll go. Hey, fred, what did I say? And he repeats attack to me and more, and he knows exactly what's going on. He said he is as smart as a VIP now, obviously Jim Turner. Metaphor he doesn't use VIPs. We saying that, but he means he's very sharp very sharp. And Coach Matt Monique. talked about this random of the show, big friend of the show. He talked about this in an article. You know and we're going to putting all this up with him. So, John How. I'm doing. Excuse me. Your. Just like clear, throw just so obnoxious. Sometimes but I do a regimen of certain. Herbs and oils in the morning that prevents me from having to do things like that. Yeah, I'm I'm like two days on medication right now. It's kind of weird. People are looking at me like as guy, okay, but really idiot with asthma, so it's it's a communication error at least when it's a rough season for asthma. People have asthma right now. There's a lot in the air. Pollen there's another. Paul where I'm at though not. could put in certain places status pollen there. And when they start doing the farming. Sense things into the air, but you believe in. It makes you sneeze golf. I I'm doing wealth asking John I will say It's It's been an interesting day I'm having a few celebrities over I'm not allowed to discuss rule. But? Their last name ends with E. N.. I A. N. and they are very wealthy people and so i. that's why I'm in a new spot today I'm this is this is This is my townhouse kitchen. It's not my main kitchen. It's my guest kitchen and we are having an aquarium party, so they are there right now. Yes, there. I'm letting them float around with some of my friends who? Who Live at the hotel and the state which are a series of Orcas and dolphins that I care for, and will will eventually help back into. We really we. We bring them when they're sick. They come here and we healed using US special sounds of nature, and the my special celebrity guests who shall remain anonymous are swimming around with them as we speak, so that's why I'm right here. In the guests catch. The townhouse hasn't aquarium. No no no the the. is by the townhouse you get there by by electric golf, Cart. So again, good is Johnson is here, yeah? Good grades. We're so happy to have you. Would it? Is that he's laughing. I forgot the shower, sorry. I didn't expect. Oh. Okay. You know you know Fred. You laugh but. People give us a hard time about the. It's rough, yeah! It's. It's. Do, we do have. Billy price the bodyguard. He defended us on the show a few days ago, he was on. He said don't mess with puppets. I love those guys. You! Those those for this is. Anthony Anderson Ken Anderson said he can close off his bucket list now because he was on their show just. Read you. You were just working out. That's good act. You just got working out. And what does that mean for you? What do you do? Do you liftings? Do you push things? What kinds of things would you to work out? What are you trying to get in shape for example I lot of striking of of the growing in the back. We did lived through running. Question things. To get you song fast food bigger. But my sources tell me you're already quite big and quite strong. Yes, yes, I definitely out but. Trying to stay, shaven brought that. Is Never. I mean you look at the numbers Fred I, mean you are. Very big very large men. Three foot seven. Six hundred and twenty six pounds or something. You're on on. No, no, no, no, no, no, you got that wrong. Oh six foot six, deadly mixed up, oh! mis-read numbers on Oh. Yeah. In the NFL and pushing you know the double digits the triple digits, yeah! Exactly sorry about that French. One it's. Nothing will do. But I've seen you shove people out of the way. Betty vide- really and fashion. We're talking about how coach Jim Turner said he called you a monster, and he didn't mean it like as you are a terrible person. He meant that you are a physical force on the football field. And he was talking about how a sharp you are, and how smart you are, and we were saying how quick Meth Mugniyah was talking about the dolphins game, and how they ran a stunt on you. And you picked up on on that. We didn't have time to talk about this. Because the onside kick you in the game and the Knicks. The Knicks to die for the two point conversion. You'll like boom. You're like I know what they're doing. You take on one guy. Did he go another guy? He just like that. Right you taking on..

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"fred i" Discussed on Girls Gotta Eat

Girls Gotta Eat

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"fred i" Discussed on Girls Gotta Eat

"Double me and my mom. Both have an account so this week. We've had at six nights a week. My Dad, my dad like there's to hellofresh, is here again and he still got boxing. He's still doing. I'm boxing skies. But yes, so every literally six nights this past week we had. I'm glad that you brought that up. Because it is really easy to change your delivery days or your food preferences to skip a week whenever you need. They have so many different options, so if you are low calorie -Tarian, I used to decide to be determined once in a while. If you want to be family friendly, the recipes are really easy to fall will send you all that high quality ingredients, and you save a lot of time by not having to go to the grocery and actually plans meals, yourself and your recipe card Berry easy-to-follow anticipate save another thing in on Justin, top of the fact that it's fun to us they. They are committed to giving back so on top I've been committed to making fresh delicious meals. They have donated over two point. Five million meals to charity in two, thousand, nine hundred, and this year is stepping up their food donations amid the coronavirus crisis, so we love companies that give back as well. This is great for date night. Obviously families will give you guys discount code again. You'll go to hellofresh DOT COM, says Gee, GE sixty and use the code. G G sixty. That's the number sixty for sixty dollars off your first month plus free shipping on your first box. Additional restrictions apply. Please visit hellofresh dot com for more details. Are. You ready to Intro I'm always ready to intro. I are you guys? We are so excited for our guests today joining us in the virtual, House studio today. He is a Harvard Mba. He is an entrepreneur, a professional finish instructor a New, Yorker, a longtime friend of Ashley's, and I am very sorry that we aren't with him because he could literally work me out anytime, we. You sexy planes walkers. Please welcome to the show. Thanks. Thank you! Guys? Thanks for being here Raina. We've had a kind of a crazy week Raina has been. She hasn't been able to really fully express herself because we've been dealing with a lot of shit, so she hasn't been able to fully make people uncomfortable. which is her favorite? Here. They were being or maybe you could talk a little bit more about yourself. Introduce Yourself. So yes, so thanks for the INTRO. My name is Fred I live in new. York now's born in New York living in New York now, but between those times I've in a bunch of cities, which is relevant to our discussion here today, but most recently I was in Atlanta Georgia for about eight years. That's where I met Ashley. I love my time in Atlanta, but it's my first time really living in the south you know so on. There's a lot of experiences there. But as he said, I went to Harvard business. School graduated moved to Chicago worked in management consulting for a little bit. Then decided to start a business when my brother in Atlanta, so that's when I moved to Atlanta and then and then found fitness started teaching classes that Flywheel for fun now in that. And so I became one of their people of their guys, and it was like what they've called it a fred wheel. You said that you did it for fun because it's the last thing I would. Use Somebody said like what's the tell me about the worst day. You can imagine that'd be a I. I woke up and went to fly away. Brennan caught. We have something going there. I thought you said loving time. It's a different kind of workout. Okay, why? No? He didn't know that okay anyway. She was at work out, okay. Now. You're kind of doing your own thing. Fitness wise and yeah I mean once I moved to New York in the world ended so that was like three months ago on, and I started teaching my own fitness classes from my.

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"fred i" Discussed on Good For You

Good For You

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"fred i" Discussed on Good For You

"Erawan but hello and she till she because you was triathlon. She was leased third. Sleaze little drunk trunk Aby. Are Her lizard. The Lizard Lizard like scissor. Yeah right now. Just do a rapper. Oh Quick Oh oh I don't know this appropriation let's do on Jamaica. Yeah let's try to talk like Chet Hanks. Who's that what John Mark I mean I can't even it's too I can't even? It's did you see the I'm Chris. Can you realize Manelli up like what the worst is when you go when he starts barking at the end he's like what is it are. That's the part that I hate the most ignorant junior who let the dogs out is about ugly woman even won a grammy. Did you know that that's what that song is about contracting. Well what did you think it was about. Dogs gets utterly rappers the video. There's dogs running around ugly women in the video but yeah because they couldn't do that they they couldn't do that. That was too far. Yeah put them back on. What can I do Elisa? Manelli can can you think so okay. Let's see what you've got I. I don't even know what she sounds like. This won't work. I could not pick Liza Minelli out of a lineup but can't even name I. I don't know her as as you try. Kiki would say Shimmy Lousa I was I love. I love mother. All the toll model of Broadway and move play all these Chit Chats and all these things and it's it's a Malay don't even know if that's what she sounds like about her little high inactive. Do you do lots of impressions. I don't know well. Is it a question. I asked my chemistry class by doing Sharon precious to my teacher really yeah. She loves to the Tennessee. School system seems to have some very very interesting. Ought to do work but I think it helped. Yeah I think so too all right I think we got properly. What's so funny I don't know Mona stitches are about to go by the way. Huge Fan of Kurkin Katyn. I've always thought it's it's very difficult to do. Well Oh really. Oh you mean it's difficult. I think I think we're kristen. Wigan humor and doing this the key is you can't try to be funny. I think that's what is so..

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"fred i" Discussed on Good For You

Good For You

12:34 min | 1 year ago

"fred i" Discussed on Good For You

"Yeah and then Some sort of a a work thing during the day today is kind kind of you know. Even though this is friendship this is also a type of where I can make this feel more like work so the fact that I got up and drove and I went to a place with equipment makes it a perfect day to elements of music and comedy So this is like the makings of a perfect day. So somewhere in that what about you. That is so wonderful. Because I've I know I get shamed a lot for it. I work a lot. I love it. I get satisfaction out of it. I need it. I I actually went to a workaholic. Synonymous meaning ones. And because I do think my life was getting a There was one point where I think I was doing. Three shows and like couldn't say no to things it was like doing and charity events on the weekends and I really hard saying time saying no to friends like when friends have shows like I want to. You know help them win and I was just I was getting sick. All the time and I went to A workaholic anonymous meeting and I remember. It was so funny because everyone was late. Everyone was like thirty minutes to sketch it really. Is it really. Lia's got there no joke. There were a lot of known people there. The first thing everyone said Dude. Love your work which is like the worst thing you can say over golic swirling no I mean like if you did less of it it'd be fine like I don't need you to like it was everyone was putting their foot in their mouths And and a bunch of people left early people were taking calls the whole time it was like and then at the end of every twelve step meeting. They say You know you do at this thing called the strategy and then you works if you work it in your worth it and we'd work is in there i. I didn't know that they change it for the workaholics anonymous meeting so it was like It it's it's ready and then it works and your fabulous and I yelled out. It works if you work at and they pulled me aside totally But I doing some kind of Work just I am. I always need on some level and this is the perfect. I never thought I would have a podcast like there's no. I'm not putting on a wig and make the all that stuff. Yeah so it's like work but there's a relaxed being around. Animals is a big part of me having a perfect day day. One animal I have a rescue horse or yes I remember. Saw Go see him and he puts me in my comments space because he's the happiest when I'm you uh-huh prey animals when you're calm. They're happy so he'll show me what's going on. I'll show me if I have too much anxiety or you know if I'm just like out a line or not being present so I get to like surrendered whatever's going on with him so that always makes me feel very happy and then I'll sometimes go on a hike in in your outside yeah. We shouldn't disclose disclose where you are so four to here in Florida. Some of my last adjusts on read. It and I had to move so. Please don't do that again again. If you could change anything about the way you were raised what would it be. I can't wait. This makes people love. It makes them trauma bond. That's what this test is is on. Although I mean I could just brag and just be like it was too good. We have less money. Yeah we have less money. Blessed presents like a smaller Christmas tree less cars less of an education too much if I could change anything about the way I was raised. I think Weird question I think I think The Food I like the I think it might have just been the decade that I grew up in but I think serio and stuff was like garbage to hook up puffs Apple Apple Jacks member apple. Jacks cinnamon toast. Crunch was a breakfast. They look like sugar and cinnamon. It was it was actual sugar or powder on a Graham Cracker Graham crunches. What were those things grams? Honey grams. Golden Grams yes who remembered golden granny Dave always remember Chaka. Khan Chuck Connoisseur Talk Talk You remember. That's a good drag name Count Chocula. I'm calling that bent in Trade Market County. I mean they had marshmallows in an mar sugar. Just those marshmallows are just softened sugar. I used to pick the marshmallows out of lucky charms and eat them only. Yeah let's have some now. It's wild yeah so you did a lot of that. I would say that somewhere in that zone Trying to think what else. That's a hard. I think part of why this quiz works as you're spending so much time watching someone think. Yeah you just start to. I get so bored that you follow. I kind of wish that I had done more activities with my sister. Oh we had sort you've I mean we got along but our lives are separate. We're only two years apart But when sometimes they see families have siblings like I know that did stuff together and I didn't have enough of that. Yeah that's a really good answer your most treasured memory. I don't know how to answer that. Is that the whole question. Yeah what's your most treasured memory Oh boy it's work related and it's which is bad why I'm just saying it's bad that's My most treasured memory is the first time. I'm so sorry that this is so show-bizzy but the first time I ever did stand up on. TV was on Conan. O'Brien late night with Conan. Brian and is the first time I've ever really been on. TV TV and there was a TV camera and the red light went on. And I remember the thought of a feeling like I love this this. I love viewing So that's what came to my mind. I I love that song. uh-huh why is that. Why is it? What is this thing now where you're not allowed to love working or you're not allowed to love succeeding that is like A? That is a quintessential insult perfect treasured. Memory your first time doing a stand up set on a talk show like that's perfect. Good like I'm the I'm the opposite. I feel like I'm such an asshole that I've Gone Numb I. I should say that like the first time I did the tonight. Show actually is my real answer is I'm GonNa make up some bullshit thing to seem like I. You know those my real answer. That's that's the most just that red light I feel like I've lost sight of how magical those moments. Yes because yes this oppose. Because you're you know you're earning money doing it's as it is a job but people love their jobs. Yeah that is I do. I do think you know the I my first tonight show was that I I remember. I was a little thrown off. Because they didn't use microphones and it was my first time doing stand up without a holding a microphone and I was really thrown off. Who is the host Jay Leno? Yeah and you just went out and didn't have a microphone and I remember being so freaked out but I think that actually kind of took my mind off of it so it made aide me be fresh in the moment because all of a sudden I had this one hand free that I'd never had free and I was like what does this appendage like. This is like odd. Maybe it's good to be thrown off a little didn't go into my robotic distracting. That's kind of what I liked about it but I remember going out and just you have this thing where you're sort of like looking down on yourself and you're like I remember thinking like this is if this doesn't make you happy you're fucked totally if this doesn't work we don't have a backup plan. Yes that's what came into my head. I and your your name become something different. Your name is like this object like someone else's saying your name yes and you're like oh now it's no longer you know like your personality. It's like the name but I sometimes have to tell myself like just be here. Be here this is your. This is five minutes. You've been working up to the five minutes for eight years. Yes yeah if you can't be here there's no hope for you. Yeah if you can't even enjoy this. That's a perfect answer last one agreement. If you'RE GONNA choose to become so wild if you were going to choose to become a close friend with your partner please share. What would be important for him or her to know we? If let's hear it against quizzes so bizarre if you were going to become Komo close friend with your partner. Natasha were just become like close friends. I guess as in what would be important for her to know like this. You know this question because sometimes we forget we're friends with the person were girlfriend. Yes you know like a thing that you could say to a friend. You couldn't say to a partner like I don't like you know music in the house. I actually secretly don't but it seems she news a lot of that stuff afl. That's probably why you guys are so gum. But no but I'll I'll give you an answer. I think she doesn't realize how funny how much she doesn't laugh. How like the? She's I would say top three funniest people know. Yeah easy so be sort of like it just you. You know I really did find whatever funny as opposed to it being was like as an obligatory laugh. Oh that's these are real. You laugh so it's not like I have my comedian friends and I really laugh like some of these things and I got Just so you know like Are deeply funny morning tea like when you're around her enough you because I find that the people in my life that are really funny. I just go like like I know all I know how it happens with you. Just you don't get to sensitize too. Yeah I think I tend to go like that's funny. Yeah actually instead set of laughing there's both versions and there's those things that your friends just not GonNa kill you guys have the same taste in movies no really what do you do She's got a sort of heightened deep love of movies from the Seventies. Yeah I think she is to me. Like has a seventy soul. Yeah Oh definitely seventy New York yes but I find also this with with Bill Hader and John Mullany. There's like they have these love for movies that I have more for music and may may have they take things very personally about movies and directors and stuff and I don't have that. They're movies that I love but I don't I the way that you feel about yourself in music. I think I'm that way with movies interesting where there are movies that I love but I'm not like I don't I don't wear them. Who on me? I watching new movies. I the joy has been taken out of that a little for me. When it's my friends I can enjoy it more actually even though I know the person and I know no? It's but I'm in that like I need to get out of the head space where you're kind of like that's eighty are like. Oh yes I'm the worst. There's so much I'm the worst within I'm like. Oh that's a ratio like they pick that up later like I find myself going like I addition for that. I guess she's good. I took a little of the magic. Yeah out out of it for me. It clearly that's because they're in re-shoot always yeah always my my brain always goes there and I have a hard time enjoy movies. which is is really? That's okay. Maybe that's just the way that you approach movies. Yeah see the you know I. I like watching a movie sometimes just because like we weren't up for any of those parts. There's an innocence You know look at billboards and go like I was in town. Sometimes you see all your friends up there. You're like yeah. That was fun. Yes now when you see billboards of your friends it feels like a party. You're word of either to you know there's so many of our friends that do movies together and you're just like okay now. Whatever now I got it no I got it whatever? Dude whatever You said something I just want to for anyone. That hasn't seen stand up for drummers I Pleased you right now We're giving away if you do watch it within the next two days. Where from this podcast? We're sending.

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"fred i" Discussed on Good For You

Good For You

06:53 min | 1 year ago

"fred i" Discussed on Good For You

"Y- yeah and I also think repeating myself so when I'm citizen the over and over doll something one and that's because I feel like it's I don't know probably come from somewhere we're to where I'm having to justify away. I feel the way I think and I thought comes from that. So I'm very good at conserving energy. You don't spin your wheels around time that you say it and you're like no I'm GonNa give you the money for the data that you've heard me rock in a river GonNa River. You gave me really good advice to that. I think we should skip. And this is a really good advice. You and I think it's good for everyone because even if you don't have the followers that like like you have on social media everybody read other people's comments and you one time told me social media's the best of the best and the worst of the worst in the real world is somewhere somewhere in the middle and that changed my entire outlook on not only the comments that I received on the earth and I read because I read like other people's comments like just out of interest and they were so oh negative God like people can function like this. Oh and then I just realized yeah. Those that's not reality. Most healthy people. Most people that follow us are busy. They have lives. Is there have jobs. And they're not commenting they look at your photo there like a lot of them. Don't like it. Just because they're like I don't do that I don't need arthritis and carpal tunnel homes. Look at it move on. Most people are not like that. I think that everyone on twitter twitter instruments everybody's so negative everybody. You mean five percent of the population that you see true and also negative things to count your brain work. Did you bring pretentious you that way. We've Benton and I have been time out this last couple days it once we've been talking about negative but then goes they send. That's the same thing with like if you don't go to the gym or something because it's hard to your brain your heart your brain protect you from doing it even though you should because neuro chemicals are released in in Things become more permanent when they're not you remember something five times more strongly when it has a negative feeling attached to it. Those good advice. I thought we should bring it up. Keough finally brought something up. What's the worst ever go? Oh I don't like I hear this all the time when people like do something every day that scares you don't do don't don't do that. No need already left my house. That's you've when people say do something every day that scares you. I feel like you're just bragging about having health insurance. What was an excellent? You have any advice more going through a break up. No contact zero. No contact if you're going to break up absolutely no contact not a text not a peep not tweet. Don't even mumble to yourself. Something you want to say to the person when people make contact with their XS. It's it's like you wouldn't eat out of the trash Asia through some away you wouldn't if you threw a yogurt away speak for yourself. Two days later you wouldn't go back out scooping out all the was left although oh I used to do that when I used to like not. WanNa eat something I would just put it in the trash and then an hour later just like eating out of the trash like I used to put windex on cake aches that I wouldn't need it and you're doing well but like midnight. You're like oh I feel like there were some areas. That didn't have windex. I think we're just GONNA say this is thing I'm healthy. I think I'll make it. There's no there when in have you ever heard people be like we broke up and then we met a month later to get closure and like we figured it out right unless you have kids let go. Great Point never works out no own number of awkward coffee closure dates are GonNA fix your relationship and if you're GONNA work out it'll work out down the road on its own trying it out do nothing. You're picking at a scab in its gross annoy. Oh God it's the worst have to hear about it when your friends are doing it. Well no we're just GONNA like meet for coffee and just talk about what happened pianist Lang in such a good metaphor for that very satisfying to do as well. You know what I mean as much as you want to do it. You just can't reopen the wounds. You like Oh God. It's so gross. But it's an it's it's really hard to see when you're not in it when you're like no. I really need to talk to this person again. My thing is if you have something to say to the person percents right in an email send it to one of your friends and if you can't send it to one of your friends which most people can't be too embarrassing. Don't send anyone it goes back to. Fillings are not facts are not facts. Fled love the way he pronounced feelings feelings feelings. I like what you're doing with your hair to grow headband. So Yeah Benton has grown his hair air really long. I'm growing taller growing stronger. Every Dr Okay anymore because we have Fred Arniston here. And he's one. Do you have any south were boosting tip. Self Worth Self. What had worked but self worth tips? Oh God I mean people ask me this a lot. I don't think people understand and if you want to have self worth you have to do things that make you worth the things people are like. How do I get self esteem? And you have to do with St Mobile Actions. People think just looking at inspirational quotes and reading fortune. Cookies is all of a sudden gonNA make them have high self esteem. You have to do things you're actually proud of. You have to be of service and it's not even that difficult for me. You like being honest booth myself really good. I know that people know that I'm not lying and I lie so much which which is little lies. You know when you're like sorry can't make it tonight like sweet little on my like I. Did this a little bit over the holiday where I pretended. I was traveling when I stayed home. Just because I didn't want to deal with people's I just like my flights late but I didn't go anywhere. It's different I guess I know but there's little lies that chip away at your self esteem because you start going. I'm not an honest person. You know I think to be he to have self esteem. You have to do steerable actions and another one. That really helps me is not gossiping. It's it's really hard but gossip I think just makes you feel dirty the it just makes me feel ashamed ashamed afterwards. It makes you feel small. It makes you yeah and also ties yourself worth another person in the bad things that they're going to needing to degrade them to Komo. Uplift Yourself I. I did thirty days. No gossip once just to see if I could do it to sort of change that habit. And they're all G my brain. It was really challenging. It's wild how much we all gossip about people and how much we need to do that. It's wild how much we like it too. Oh Industry Yeah it's just. I tried not gossip or say anything negative about anyone Also so you get cut off people that don't treat you well in degrade you because I think we take cues from other people of how to believe in ourselves or not like friends ends who I don't. I'm play the Shit. I don't play Shit when women are like. Hey Bitch hucker like I don't play that shit talk to me like that. I'll let people talk to me like that. Can you teach people how to treat you. Yeah and when people are late. That's a big one. If you're in friendships of people that are late. That sends a signal that you're not worth their time. And then you start your self worth starts to lower unless you say something instead of boundary like. You can't be late with me anymore. You have to do that. I think your self esteem gets higher. When you protect yourself and don't let people disrespect you true? I think doing some that. You're really passionate about also raises your esteem. Because it's got makes you feel like you're doing with your life in twelve step programs. The one of the biggest parts of it is being service is Dorky. As that sounds taking the focus off.

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"fred i" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"fred i" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

"Already there or that we've created. So it's lizard brain. Right. It's it's actually kind of fun stuff. You know? But it's, but it's also don't opting to go. Like, maybe I'm not making all the decisions. I think maybe maybe some other part of me is making it not my Rach. I find myself the more. I learn about neuroscience, the more I think of lizard brain as being a appropriate yet description of my behaviors sometimes in very useful ways, by the way. The flare find out. Well, you know, you have to know what your tree if you're triggering fighter flight in a pay to they're gonna have a lot of trouble accepting treatment. So you know, if the whole premise is to do of dentistry is to give people the optimal treatment in spite of themselves. You you need understand how to how to properly effectively persuade them to do something that is the best investment that they're gonna make which is, you know, their long term health. So, you know, don't don't resist Yuma nature, accept it. You know, and and work with it and understand your own human nature. It helps to. It really one of the byproducts of. This course is doctors. Whether it's you or your team members, you will all experience an elevation of your emotional intelligence by going through. This course, and Fred I've made it..

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"fred i" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

05:09 min | 2 years ago

"fred i" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"I chat I long chat with the incredible. Fred Armagh, San please watch thirty clean on December fifteenth maybe on the twelfth in LA. All right. Get into it. We're full up. Fraticide in. Hoping you would. Hello money. Oh my God. With the five on the outside. Like. Seth rogan. Huby? Embarrass you. This other again, it would probably melt down. I just could never mind. Tell me every never mind. How tech? Humility. No, not it on. I just I thought how you always done it here. I used to them. Then when Seth Rogan did it. Oh, you listen to south Rogan. Yeah. Yeah. He did mine and it was at a comic bookstore. Got that comic. Bookstore closed. I remember that. Yeah. Because I think that's that's Atkinson commanded his show that not not podcast. I think they did a live show there. Yeah. We I wasn't gonna mention it because it's twenty. That's the first time we were together. I didn't introduce myself because I didn't wanna bother you. Okay. So it's funny for me that you say that you wanted to do the show, and that you listen to the show because my relationship has always been there spread don't bother him the funniest man in the world. I really mean that goes that get out let me get a mirror real. That I'm paying hands. Yearly? Awfully and your come on. You're one of no, it's not no hyperbole one of the funniest cast members of of all time for the funniest people of all time. I can't I can't overstate how much we enjoy GRE. And I that's very kind in for fun. You don't watch comedy for fun. I mean, maybe you do. But I know it is it is different. Now, isn't it now? Meaning like once we've been doing comedy for. But what you do. So we'll just get all the bread buttering out of the way you do. So pure silly. There's like an honesty to it. And it's playful so feels recreational as opposed to for me like I enjoy watching it as opposed to. I don't know really like thirty rock, for example, amazing show, doesn't relax doesn't entertain me. Just like a drug. It's yes, exactly. Did. It's like amazing electron. I don't know if you're exactly like jazz. But there's something about it. Where these look at Fred having fun like I love Portland this. This is just a gush. But I love what you do and Anke very much. We want you to feeling is mutual your stand up. Brad, not just your stand up on your show. But also, I feel like dark here whenever we're talking to each other. You are just funny. We we have some real laughs. We did are always always funny, and it's that's actually very. Speaking of relaxing. It's very relaxing feeling when somebody's funny. Its own language. Isn't that why we became funny became funny backstage moments where -solutely real show ourselves? Well that was at Largo. Yes. That was the first time we really got a nice job of time. And if I we you mentioned, you know, we talked about yeah. Yeah. I'm fascinated with like violence, improv where he's talking what you're gonna do to somebody which can be really funny. Yeah. But it has a specificity almost like a cadence to it that isn't found anywhere else where it's like I'm gonna I'm gonna cut your spleen always mentioned the body. And then what it's gotta be odd. And it's just it's it's something it's like something that just is happening a lot in improv. For sure. Yeah. You know what? I mean like in bridesmaids. Yeah. It was bridesmaid. No. It was this is forty no rights manses when I remember her. She was in the scene with Leslie man, though. And Leslie that was that wasn't in it that was cut out. No, no, you remembering it wrong because that wasn't an who's an early. But it started a thing where. Tear off one of your ears. Halfway halfway. So you can kind of fix it. And then the rest of your fucking. This like Sosa. It was a good. Wasn't bad. I gotta see that's pretty good that love making fun of county, especially when it gets you into. Yes. New comedy. Yes. You see it?.

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"fred i" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

05:09 min | 2 years ago

"fred i" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"I chat I long chat with the incredible. Fred Armagh, San please watch thirty clean on December fifteenth maybe on the twelfth in LA. All right. Get into it. We're full up. Fraticide in. Hoping you would. Hello money. Oh my God. With the five on the outside. Like. Seth rogan. Huby? Embarrass you. This other again, it would probably melt down. I just could never mind. Tell me every never mind. How tech? Humility. No, not it on. I just I thought how you always done it here. I used to them. Then when Seth Rogan did it. Oh, you listen to south Rogan. Yeah. Yeah. He did mine and it was at a comic bookstore. Got that comic. Bookstore closed. I remember that. Yeah. Because I think that's that's Atkinson commanded his show that not not podcast. I think they did a live show there. Yeah. We I wasn't gonna mention it because it's twenty. That's the first time we were together. I didn't introduce myself because I didn't wanna bother you. Okay. So it's funny for me that you say that you wanted to do the show, and that you listen to the show because my relationship has always been there spread don't bother him the funniest man in the world. I really mean that goes that get out let me get a mirror real. That I'm paying hands. Yearly? Awfully and your come on. You're one of no, it's not no hyperbole one of the funniest cast members of of all time for the funniest people of all time. I can't I can't overstate how much we enjoy GRE. And I that's very kind in for fun. You don't watch comedy for fun. I mean, maybe you do. But I know it is it is different. Now, isn't it now? Meaning like once we've been doing comedy for. But what you do. So we'll just get all the bread buttering out of the way you do. So pure silly. There's like an honesty to it. And it's playful so feels recreational as opposed to for me like I enjoy watching it as opposed to. I don't know really like thirty rock, for example, amazing show, doesn't relax doesn't entertain me. Just like a drug. It's yes, exactly. Did. It's like amazing electron. I don't know if you're exactly like jazz. But there's something about it. Where these look at Fred having fun like I love Portland this. This is just a gush. But I love what you do and Anke very much. We want you to feeling is mutual your stand up. Brad, not just your stand up on your show. But also, I feel like dark here whenever we're talking to each other. You are just funny. We we have some real laughs. We did are always always funny, and it's that's actually very. Speaking of relaxing. It's very relaxing feeling when somebody's funny. Its own language. Isn't that why we became funny became funny backstage moments where -solutely real show ourselves? Well that was at Largo. Yes. That was the first time we really got a nice job of time. And if I we you mentioned, you know, we talked about yeah. Yeah. I'm fascinated with like violence, improv where he's talking what you're gonna do to somebody which can be really funny. Yeah. But it has a specificity almost like a cadence to it that isn't found anywhere else where it's like I'm gonna I'm gonna cut your spleen always mentioned the body. And then what it's gotta be odd. And it's just it's it's something it's like something that just is happening a lot in improv. For sure. Yeah. You know what? I mean like in bridesmaids. Yeah. It was bridesmaid. No. It was this is forty no rights manses when I remember her. She was in the scene with Leslie man, though. And Leslie that was that wasn't in it that was cut out. No, no, you remembering it wrong because that wasn't an who's an early. But it started a thing where. Tear off one of your ears. Halfway halfway. So you can kind of fix it. And then the rest of your fucking. This like Sosa. It was a good. Wasn't bad. I gotta see that's pretty good that love making fun of county, especially when it gets you into. Yes. New comedy. Yes. You see it?.

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"fred i" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"fred i" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"You Well first of all just the sound of your voice comforts because, you're confident point of view that's coming, up about sabotaging your, husband on your very. First day but more than that you don't mess around you roll up your sleeves first thing in, the? Morning and, you want. To get into this conversation right why wait why warmup so you say that you sabotage your husband on, your very first date? And you, ended, up. Getting married, what do you mean With the group Fred I just knew right. Away he was a sincere genuinely nice, guy And I have never come. Across somebody though sincere so nice genuine The ideal, diet. Doesn't exist, anymore Yes I remember reading to my grandmother in her In and saying hey we need a plan Now I'm gonna break up with this, guy because at the. Time I, was dating I was young player I mean nobody wants to settle, down, around the twenty eight But I did. It I tried to plan how going to break up with him to. Start what was the? Plan Actually. Thought me and started laughing and said that I? Was completely insane. Because I had not even with him yet and you already were trying. To break it off Yes I can understand her her. Description Yes. Very much you didn't you stayed you went out? With him. And you married him I did But I. Had the commitment issues I hadn't had a good? Relationship ever It was just something I was afraid of, because every guy, I dated either eat, it on me burpee me though. Meeting this guy I thought it was Right and so by the way, that explains your fear I mean if you're an abusive relationships then I understand why. You have these walls up and why you were you're running from something but. What's great about it is that you didn't listen to yourself in this situation you actually stuck it out and ended, up being the, right thing to do It was the perfect thing to. Do now we are buried for years we dated for in additional by before Beautiful world Wouldn't have changed anything for. The world and he knows you try to, sabotage it I did I did and I actually. Confided in him and told them the truth Yes Our wedding. Retreat But I did try to seven I think Oh. My gosh I'm, so sorry well thank you for taking it out and. Thanks for. Calling appreciate you listen. To his friends Bye.

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"fred i" Discussed on Don't Mess with Christine Sydelko

Don't Mess with Christine Sydelko

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"fred i" Discussed on Don't Mess with Christine Sydelko

"I saw fred i was really young and i was your age i was twelve well i think it was a fourteen yeah that's probably 'cause it was well maybe thirteen it was like seventh grade fish i feel like where i was at and i remember i only i don't want this to sound like an insult but i only saw one video i'm totally okay with that and it was at a friend's pool party so my friend jamie how you doing jamie hope you're jamie thanks for introducing christina me he goes come over here on the family computer you gotta see this and it was you in like a kiddy pool screaming yes bloody murder it was just the funniest thing it was funny money like it was it was just ridiculous you just splashing around the pool fried to go swimming but i wasn't eighth grade films that while had like a plot though did it i don't even remember i like feel like i don't remember anything about the private i need to do a rewatch oh you haven't already on your channel i did for views but it was like a fake rewatch cited like think of stuff to say every second of like really absorb it you know what i thought i try to do reacting video and like it's hard i know 'cause pausing yet because you away and then but then and then i feel like i'm just saying oh did you see that oh how did you see that it's like oh that happens well it's also like you're reacting to yours do you are you talking about reacting to yourself videos or just in general the.

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