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Fresh update on "fred s" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

News, Traffic and Weather

00:35 sec | 8 hrs ago

Fresh update on "fred s" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

"If the basis people wound up in the capacity of I C U H 80% sure, Dr Mokdad says he's optimistic, though, because hospitals have been better about paring down who needs to be admitted. Brian Harris CAMO News Because of the link between some viruses in different forms of cancer, leaders of the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Centers say they're dedicating around 20% of their efforts. To researching Cove in 19. Researcher Jesse Bloom says he's cautiously optimistic that a vaccine comes out in the next year, but goes on to say it won't completely prevent the disease very little chance that we'll have about seen measles vaccine, which actually provide immunity and suppress. Friend of the virus mutation. What we know about other viruses with the unprecedented get that little immunity against the Corona virus, he says. The hope is that the vaccine may be able to greatly slow the spread and reduced severe symptoms when it comes out. Coma news time.

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Mary Trump alleges in lawsuit her family 'fleeced' her out of millions of dollars

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

00:31 sec | 1 d ago

Mary Trump alleges in lawsuit her family 'fleeced' her out of millions of dollars

"Niece, who Panda best selling tell All book has now filed a lawsuit alleging that Mr Trump and two of his siblings cheated her out of tens of millions of dollars. The lawsuit alleges that Mr Trump conspired with a sister and a brother to portray themselves to marry trump his protectors while they instead took her share of minority interests in the family business. Mary Trump inherited the interest when her father, Fred Trump Jr. Died back in 1981. The suit seeks unspecified compensatory and punitive damages. Case. CBS

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California mandates all new vehicles be zero-emission by 2035

All Things Considered

01:05 min | 2 d ago

California mandates all new vehicles be zero-emission by 2035

"Order order that that will will prevent prevent the the sale sale of of new new gasoline gasoline powered powered vehicles vehicles in in California California starting in 2035. The move is part of the state's aggressive agenda to address climate change. KCR W. Gillom has more on what this means for drivers. In L. A County alone, There are more than 6.5 Million registered autos. Governor Newsome is banking on California's massive volume to convince car manufacturers to make the switch to zero emission technologies in the next 15 years were 50% of the market in the United States, so the adaptation is significant in this state. It's grown exponentially. Over the last number of years. More models more choice for consumers coming out and hopefully lower prices. While 2035 is the deadline for all new cars and light trucks to be zero emissions, heavy duty trucks and big rigs need to make the switch by 2045. This order bans the sale of new gas powered vehicles so Californians will still be allowed to drive and resell their old fossil fuel power vehicles. The environmental defense Funds head Fred Krupp tells the AP. Newsome's order will both cut pollution and position the state to be a hub for manufacturing zero emissions vehicles. California marijuana

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California Gives Go-Ahead For Nail Salons To Reopen; Will Los Angeles County Join Them?

KNX Evening News

00:53 sec | 3 d ago

California Gives Go-Ahead For Nail Salons To Reopen; Will Los Angeles County Join Them?

"You may be able to soon get that Mani pedi you've been happy having to put off for months. The state is giving the okay for nail salons to reopen, even in counties in the purple tear, meaning Corona viruses still widespread. The final decision will be made by the county's themselves. Professional Beauty Federation of California Legal Counsel Fred Jones tells connects like county may follow the state's lead. You know, I'm kind of hopeful. I probably don't have a whole other reason to be with Ella. But At least l. A has been engaging the public in our industry in these fairly regular teleconference meeting and you know now with the state Department of Public Health authorizing this statewide, including in purple counties, I think that's added reason and pressure on them to do the right thing. Feel like County Public Health Department sent K attacks, a statement saying it's reviewing the science and we'll consult with supervisors about any possible changes.

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First rental scooters hit Seattle streets

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:36 sec | Last week

First rental scooters hit Seattle streets

"Hundreds of new e scooters are hitting the streets of Seattle Today. Lime is bringing 500 green scooters is part of a one year pilot program. Supporters of the idea say those scooters offer a clean mobility option to reduce congestion on the roads. But Dr Fred Rivera at Harbor View Medical Center, is concerned about head injuries. And he says the scooters are not safe. They really feel like these devices are as a rental is really a bad idea, You know, Serious head injury can be a life changing event. Theresa's You lt's done research that's finds helmets prevent head injuries on bicycles by 85%. But fewer than 10% of

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First Berlin Production Equipment, New Largest Supercharger Location, Daimler Emissions

Tesla Daily: Tesla News & Analysis

05:40 min | Last week

First Berlin Production Equipment, New Largest Supercharger Location, Daimler Emissions

"Our here, and today we have a super charger network update, which is nice. Little throwback for those of you that have listened to the podcast for a long time I used to do those every day at the start of the podcast. We also have some news on Berlin paint a small little updates slash rumor. I would call it on Battery Day and the news on Daimler Nikola Motor as. Well. Tesla stock with another really strong day to day even though it was relatively quiet news wise finishing up seven point two percent to four hundred and forty nine dollars seventy six sense that compared to the Nasdaq up one point two percent we'll start off with these super charger news. This is coming from Brian Mac se on twitter, who is a long-time listener and I believe Patriot supporter of. The podcast who happen to come across a super charger network location under construction near Firebaugh California. As far as I can tell, this location had not yet been noticed. So upon Brian tweeting these out Tesla Motors Club Forum members did some digging on this and they were actually able to find that the permit for the site as well as planning documents for sort of a conglomerate travel center at. This location those documents disclosed that Tessa. We'll have fifty six spots for Tesla charging at this travel center. Assuming each of those spaces has a super charger associated with it. fifty-six chargers would put this as the largest superchargers location in North America and possibly in the world surpassing cattleman city in the United States at forty chargers and believe in China, there are a couple locations that have fifty chargers. So. Pretty exciting this location is between San Francisco and La driven miles. It's about two hundred and thirty miles from La and about one hundred and fifty from San Francisco. It's not clear if these will be all version three superchargers but I'd have to imagine that they would be and as far as other features go. It looks like about two thirds of them thirty eight of the fifty six. will be pull through hopefully accommodating the use of a trailer and making things a bit easier for the cyber truck and potentially also accommodating the semi of course, cincy unveil of the semi. We haven't heard much more about Tesla's mega charger plans. So hopefully, we get a bit of an update on that during battery debt. Right next today is an update on Gigabytes Lynn gigafactory underscore four on twitter. Has Been following. The gigafactory development closely looks like some equipment has started to arrive, and some of that equipment carries branding for Geico Tikey Shah? which is a paintshop solutions provider based in Milan Italy. There's also some signing there that is co branded between that company and desolate GEICO take show describes their approach by saying quote innovation is our weapon of choice were constantly increasing the technological possibilities in. Order to meet the needs of the most demanding customers in a highly competitive sector and quote they also seem to be heavily focused on sustainability and they're their paintshop operations. They have a project called the party's project, and they say quote with the Party's project launched in two thousand, five Geico Kotecki show was the world's first company to offer zero environmental impact paintshop reducing consumption by seventy percent and. So. Without really knowing much more about the company does he pretty good fit for Tesla we know Tesla has pretty big aspirations with the shop and gigabyte Lin Yuan talked about it many times and even setting Matt aside, it's good to start to see some production equipment on the grounds of Giga Berlian and though I haven't seen it yet. Maybe this gives us another milestone to compare the progress with Giga Shanghai from what I can. Tell, it looks like paintshop equipment started being put in place at Giga. Shanghai. In early to mid August of two thousand, nineteen with production of course, then starting about four months later. So if that's the case, if Berlin falls a similar time line that could potentially project out to start production and January probably best to keep expectations for later than that but I do think it's helpful to keep an eye on how those timelines compare all Right next up today is something that could end up being completely nothing but I thought it was at least interesting enough to share earlier today Fred Lammert over at electric tweeted out a couple of images of him holding a pretty significantly sized battery cell and Fred Ask if anyone has seen this battery cell before or you have some information about them, please reach out to him. A says also by the way, this new cell May. Or may not have been made by Tesla I don't really have much speculation to add this. A couple of people on twitter were saying that it does look like a tablets design which we've talked about and past episodes. But really just pointing out to say could be something to keep an eye out for the next couple of days if electric is able to you dig up a little bit more information on whatever this ends up being. Last couple of pieces of news here. Today I on Daimler Daimler has reached a settlement with the US government to pay one and a half billion dollars and settlements and penalties to the US and California State to resolve allegations of Daimler using emissions test cheating software to conceal the actual emissions from vehicles even with the settlement, and despite the fact that engineers at the EPA found software designed to cheat the emissions tests. Damore denies wrongdoing saying quote as stated in the consent degrees the. Class Action Settlement the company denies the authorities allegations as well as the class action plaintiffs claims and does not admit any liability to the United States. California plaintiffs or otherwise and quote. So I don't know kind of disappointing to see a settlement of that nature that doesn't require the admission of fault with such seemingly strong evidence against Daimler right lasting today is a quick update on Nikola Motors. It sounds like from the comments yesterday that most of you preferred that I don't do significantly. Deep dive on this budget stick to the high level updates, which I'm totally fine with if Trevor Milton wanted to come back on the PODCAST, I would probably do that. Otherwise, we'll stick with these updates anyway today the Wall Street Journal and other outlets are reporting that the Justice Department has started to also investigate Nikola Motors due to the allegations that they had misled investors by making exaggerated claims about their technology I know that sounds similar to

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Boston's Northborough bakery spreads 'Hope' through free bread, pastries

WBZ Midday News

01:05 min | 2 weeks ago

Boston's Northborough bakery spreads 'Hope' through free bread, pastries

"It very hard right now to put food on the table. Course. We're struggling with the pandemic and the economic follow up from that W B. C's match here went to a bakery that's got a solution for this. Make that food free. There's no sign in front of North Burrows, Main Street pastries and Mohr, but it's hard to miss the smell of fresh muffins, warm cupcakes and gooey cookies coming out of the oven. Not to mention the owner, Diana Batista is a pretty popular figure in town. We've had a lot of people come in looking for Either day old bread or day old muffins because they can't afford full price on DH thatjust tugs at your heart. You just you want to give them fresh stuff. Batista's huge heart is inspiring hope in the form of fresh bread. It's called Hope Bread, and it's free to anyone who needs it. No questions asked. You not only get Fred's and rules they get muffins and Chris Sants and if they have Children, some cupcakes It's a family of four. We give them a pie. Hope Bread program is partially funded by the bakery. But generous customers can also make a donation in the shop While you're there. I recommend the chocolate chip cookie. So good. In north bro. I'm I'm Matt Matt sure. sure. W W B B z z Boston's Boston's news news radio. radio. Let's Let's get get the the apse. apse.

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Find the Helpers with Fred Guttenberg

Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

05:26 min | 2 weeks ago

Find the Helpers with Fred Guttenberg

"Hi My friend Fred I love you so much. Can you start please by reminding listeners of your story briefly tell us about who you were before Jamie was murdered and who you've become after. Was Murdered? It was just nothing more than your. Typical Dan of two kids to teach kids as a husband. Suburban lifestyle now. This week, that's the lifestyle community that was known to be super. And secure I also was rubber at a son. Who's going through the loss of mine? Her brother Michael From cancer related to service and. He died in October two, thousand seventeen. I want to thank Mr Collins Mr Naylor putting this together. But as I sit her today, I can't help but think. What an incredible metaphor. This room is. For the entire process. That getting healthcare and benefits for nine eleven. First responders has come to. ME. A filled room. Of nine eleven first responders. And in front of me. A, nearly empty congress. So, my wife took A. Forty. Two, thousand, eighteen. Months after my family's call to the loss of micro and as a family, we've never been through anything wiped out before this kind of significant loss we were fortunate. We just all were managing to live our lives and my brother's loss was the first. My parents had outlived their son and that's the worst thing that happened to her family. Right. It should have been the most overwhelming family ever experienced except four months. Later, my daughter was hard because I sent her to school I to school at fourteen to learn to be safe to laugh to be excited about coming home on Valentine's Day for the plan. I had set for life family and didn't work out that way shooter came into school at day my slide Jesse. Thank God I still get to. But J visitor cemetery and. As only, this kind of thing had harrison was the outlet. Grandparents should alain grandchildren. It. Stops inning for me and really understood the gravity of what happened. I went into this whole new life. I don't have the same life I had before and my wife actually became depended upon me. But upon the amazing people who I got to surround myself with WHO became a part of my life or who were already a if my life and I would emission and we're going to succeed we're going to change the. Politics of country we're going to pass on safety after November third every time I hear you till the story I feel like there is something a little bit more grounded in the way in which you tell your story, and I'm wondering if it is because you had this time to write this book and really reflect you've got a book coming called find the Helpers and before we get into that I, want to note The huge amount of praise. This book is already getting new have blurbs from members of Congress actors, activists, people from across the social and political spectrum, and they're all raving about it and I don't think in my life. I've seen such hype about a book even before it is released. So what do you think it is what do you think it is about finding the helpers that makes it so universally loved and also. Tell me about the process of writing it, and if it was Cathartic for you because I think we hear. So often people that tell stories an especially stories that are so close to your being your heart people always say you know it was Cathartic and it was their -Peutic for me to write. This is that how you felt writing it such a great question because this was not the case before Jamie was killed. Afterwards. Writing became my therapy in started doing social media. You know I became very prolific on twitter and I considered people twitter became force. My way of getting things out of me and those book just took to another level being able to sit down and think about all of the relationships what they meant to me about my daughter and what hurt lost means to me and others, and what my book really got to think about is people in a very different way because you hear the same things I hear people sock opticians, sock media. And I writing my book and I couldn't come to that conclusion any of these

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Fires raging near Sumner, south of Seattle

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

01:01 min | 2 weeks ago

Fires raging near Sumner, south of Seattle

"The Sumner grade wildfire destroyed four homes while moving in a Bonny Lake late Tuesday. Hundreds of families forced to evacuate in a hurry. Almost calling Johnson with Mohr from around the region have arrived here to help there is a state mobilization, too. Control the fire, which has calmed down dramatically from yesterday, Gusty winds were driving flames across the hillside of Jason for 10. There have been no injuries to report as yet, but the air quality is pretty bad up here, creating a blanket of smoke across the Southern Valley and Reading West. I'm now up in Bonnie Lake and just met the question family as they were packing up to head south cats. You're tryingto, you know, containing the car and Children and you're like, you know what are the most important things that I feel like? I need to just shove in my car. Alison told me they spent the last two nights in their car in the Fred Meyer parking lot. Oh, the level three evacuation order. Still, in effect. They're gonna have the ground his house and just pray. They're home is still here when they get back.

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Reporter Jeffrey Goldberg Addresses Trump’s “Loser” Remarks, Talks Using Anonymous Sources

All In with Chris Hayes

09:31 min | 2 weeks ago

Reporter Jeffrey Goldberg Addresses Trump’s “Loser” Remarks, Talks Using Anonymous Sources

"It has been a rough Labor Day weekend and the trump. White House where officials are absolutely full out freaking out about Thursday. Night's report in the Atlantic that trump had characterized Americans who died in war losers and suckers trump has spent the past four days repeatedly nine the story marshalling all kinds of people to. Come forward to knock it down he insisted today the quote an animal would say thing that the White House trotted out figures like Sarah Sanders who we know is lied to reporters multiple times to claim the report isn't true because they were there when trump didn't say the terrible things he allegedly said take they're hoping you don't think about that formulation too much. The main problem for the White House here is that the evidence supporting the story is pretty obvious and clear and almost overwhelming to anyone not inside the trump reality distortion bubble. The Atlantic's Jeffrey Goldberg reported that trump cancelled a visit to an American military cemetery near Paris back in two thousand eighteen partially because he worried his hair would become disheveled in the rain and partially because he did not respect the American war dead interred there. In a conversation with senior staff members on the morning of the schedule visit trump said, why should I go to that cemetery? It's filled with losers in a separate conversation on the same trip trump preferred to the more than eighteen hundred marines who lost their lives at Bellawood as suckers for getting killed. Now, the sources in the story are anonymous you know anonymous sources are not as. Good. As name sources when you're evaluating something, but it doesn't mean that the claims came in on some anonymous tip line that no one knows where they came from. It means a reporter in this case, Jeffrey Goldberg spoke to people directly interviewed them and has agreed not to identify them in the story Jeffrey. Goldberg, will be here with me to talk about that in just a moment. His initial story has now been confirmed in part or in its entirety by reporters at. All okay. Remarkably a correspondent at Fox News included in that lineup whom trump promptly called on the network to fire. Some of those corroborating stories included even more damning details about the president like this one from the Washington Post quote the president told senior advisors that he didn't understand why the US government plays such value on finding soldiers missing in action because they had performed poorly and gotten caught and deserve what they got and this from the New York Times people familiar Mr Trump's private conversations saying he has long scorned those who served in Vietnam as being too dumb to have gotten out of it as he did through medical diagnosis of bone spurs in his heels. Back in two thousand, nineteen trump's former lawyer and fixer Michael Cohen testified the trump admitted to faking those bonds first telling cone quote you think I'm stupid I wasn't going to Vietnam. There's even more evidence that trump view soldiers at stupid or suckers Mary trump the president's knees wrote in a recent book that trump and threatened to disown his eldest son if don Jr. joined the military. She also says that her own Father Fred trump junior was mocked by donald trump because he fred trump junior decided to join the US air. National. Guard quote my father was frequently ridiculed for his career choices and disparaged for serving our country by both his father and by his brother Donald. Then, there's the fact that pretty much none of trump's top military officials past and present are backing the president up. I mean you really can't find anyone who's stepping forward to defend his character save he would never say anything like that they aren't disputing the story instead that's been left talking heads and former flax and loyalists. That's maybe not a huge surprise because trump allegedly said about all US servicemembers, hues very closely to what he said back in two thousand fifteen about one particular veteran Senator John McCain. War here or euro he's a war hero years he's a war hero presumes captured. I like people that weren't captured. Okay I hate to. John. McCain was prisoner of war in Vietnam for five years host. Donald Trump avoided that war had a different experience in an interview in the nineties. He characterized his efforts to avoid transmitted diseases while sleeping with numerous women as quote, my personal Vietnam. An. Event with Union members today Joe Biden lambasted the president's comments an invoked zone Sun Beau who served in Iraq and then died from a brain tumor in two thousand fifteen. Those of served. Risk, their lives even gave their lives, our nation losers suckers. He's our heroes. Tell you something. My Bowl wasn't loser. For A sucker if that's I, talk about our veterans, you have no business being president of the United States of America. What's being entered into the record here to take a step back and look at all the evidence about Donald Trump. Shocking. Morally offensive. It's not surprising. It's about what we have come to expect. But. One big question that keeps pulling on my shoulders. Why are we learning about this now? What does it mean that we are? For more on that and the fallout from his incredible reporting joined by Jeffrey Goldberg He's the Editor in chief of the Atlantic and I jeff, maybe I start a little bit with. The reaction to this story from the White House you. There are stories that come out all the time about the president that are fairly scandalous incredibly scandalous. And one time they said it's fake news and they swatted away or the new cycle moved on, they do seem particularly freaked out. About this reporting. An particularly intent on attacking it what what is your sort of reading of the last three or four days of their reaction? Well he's a good question. First thing I would say is that. This is not an attack on these are not reports of an attack on site immigrants or black people or or something like that we expect from Donald Trump and something that his base might actually help him with his base. This could hurt him with his with his base You know the the the second thing is I. Think there's a lot of. Nervousness in the White House and again I won't I'm not commenting on anything having to do with my sourcing or other reporter's saw sourcing Fox. Washington Post whatever. I'm you know there's a there's a deep hostility and mistrust in the White House of. Current and former generals people who lead the military. We saw that today Donald Trump did something that I. I've never seen before he attacked his own a service chiefs. He attacked his own leaders of the Armed Forces on call? Them. I mean, even in the even in this sort of an Tasma, we are twenty twenty race that's still something but I think it has to do with the fact that This is the kind of accusation that sounds believable in also goes directly to. A core constituency that Donald trump obviously needs to Keep energized come November. Yeah we we should note that there's there's been polling of of active duty servicemembers in which he's he's underwater with them There's been an interesting sort of officer enlisted split, but he's been losing ground even with a enlisted members. He's gone for a net positive nine points and Net net net negative twelve points. You can see that there. That's the latest military times pulling. You just mentioned what he said today was pretty remarkable. Briefly, sort of like channeling kind of like left anti-imperialism vis-a-vis his own service chiefs although it's completely like made up and fabricated because he. In the next breath, he's constantly bragging about how big the Pentagon budget is and how Raytheon is making off like a bandit. So but I wanNA play that clip just to get your response to it take a listen to what he said. I'm not saying that military in love with me to soldiers are the top people in the Pentagon probably aren't because they want to do nothing but fight wars so that all of those wonderful companies that make the bombs and make the planes and everything else they. Happy. But we're getting out of the endless wars you know how we're doing. But here's the thing Jeff. They're not this drives me insane the where we have expanded our footprint, we've expanded bombings all the theaters, and this is an absolute con-. This idea that the Great Antiwar Donald Trump has some revolt on his hands on the generals. As, you will know the generals are usually more hesitant to go to war than not usually often more has to go to war than than civilian leaders for some obvious reasons. No, this was remarkable i. mean he sort of channeling. Start Sixty Bob Dylan lyrics here I pointed out on a show media today it's It's quite remarkable given that tomorrow there's a pretty good chance that he'll brag about how much money he's spending on military hardware, and of course, as you know, he's deeply transactional in love it when when foreign countries by our military equipment. So if you're looking for consistency in that particular clip, you're you're looking forward it in the wrong place it doesn't make sense in any kind of traditional understanding of of politics.

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How to Care for a Norfolk Pine

Your Gardening Questions

02:42 min | 2 weeks ago

How to Care for a Norfolk Pine

"Did have a another email and this one asks us as Fred I have a Norfolk Pine plant. About. Three years in my care, it's growing very nicely but it's getting a little top heavy and it needs to be repoted and then so she wanted some advice on what type of soil to us whether potting soil or garden soil and how large of a pot. Okay. Absolutely. No. Garden soil garden soil for Gardens Garden soil is what you work with the Rototiller and you work it up every year air rate it and you add organic et Cetera start with. Good potting soil it is already an organic ready mellowed out by the the nature of its manufacturer so that it carries both water and area it whereas regular garden soil infrequently packed down and cause a pot not to drain and then just up and kill the plant. So having said that then let's go positive usually you go to a pot no more than one or two inches larger in diameter than the one, the plant is growing in. Now there's a lot of. Talk about why and it Cetera I've never quite understood the the absolutes spoken sometimes, but plant roots don't. Well. In a way, they don't mind being crowded now they can't think of course at least we've never found a mind in one, but at the same time don't don't go too big not that's one step. Then get a pot that is also some deeper. one to two inches of by all means it shall have drainage now even to the extent if you put it in a bigger pot, that is just a plain pot and then you put that pot in, will call it a journey near by the way market. I would tell you the difference between a plotting to Jordan near. Tell me price. Okay. Okay. Now man you you. You get the plant into that size now, it can be done now. No reason not. However, it could probably be put off. 'cause there won't be much growth between now and early early spring. That's when the plants get into the Longer Day of light they get into better use of water, etc, and it might be just a slight advantage to the plant. To wait until spring however. If it's a project that is almost on the must list ready to fall over out of the pot and you go for it.

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The Bung Siriboon Case

Casefile True Crime

05:52 min | 2 weeks ago

The Bung Siriboon Case

"In early June Two Thousand Eleven Ciragan Sarah Boone affectionately nine nicknamed bone was happy and brought thirteen-year-old halfway through her first year of high school. The previous few years had been full of change and adjustment. The Bung showed great resilience and face stage challenge head on. She was born in Thailand on December thirty, hundred, ninety seven and had an older sister Syrup own whose nickname Pang complimented her own. Deceased. His parents divorced when both goes was still young. In two, thousand, four, the mother Veneto travelled to Melbourne for a holiday and fell in love with a local named Fred Paterson. The past iding touch off the return time and two years. Later Fred Move Thailand The couple married and Fred became a loving father to Bung Pang. In two thousand tonight the family decided to move to Melbourne. said that Pang now seventeen and bomb edge ten could have the advantage of an Australian education. I purchased the home in the eastern suburb of Baranya and the go settled in. Pang completed the equivalent of a high school education while bunk took English classes and attended the local primary school. She seemed became best friends with a classmate ninety Yami Hilla who also lived in the area. The army was often bullied by students. The Bung always stood up for her. When it was time for the two friends to start school several years later, they both unrolled A. College. They met age morning to walk to school then ambled home together in the afternoon. The. Eight hundred and fifty made along route along residential Straits only took about ten minutes to Compla-? Here is wrong. Why has everyone put their furniture out on the street she asks Her Dad Fred explains about rubbish. It seems ridiculous when he says it out loud. Where and her family come from everything is reused every last scrap of paper every empty tin. Bong. It's fascinated. Can we go and look? They spend a moaning, wondering the paths of Barnea glimpsing into the lives of others wondering why such useful looking things have been discarded. They see sagging chairs and old TV as and dented bicycles. Plastic Children's toys. Fred feels a bit guilty to see it all. To realize how much we take for granted. But bungalows too young and innocent cynical thoughts. She is -tective anthropologist a treasure hunter. It's a peculiar family outing but for. Everything is an adventure. Plants Flowers in the front garden anew house with him Mom's sister and dad when they install a water fountain. Magpies wobble above them in the twisting white arms of gums and the House starts to feel like home. It was raining on the morning of Thursday June two thousand eleven bong eight egg gro soup for breakfast. Then set off the school. Let around half Pasta cooling out by mom see you later as she left. Yami was being driven that day due to the weather the bung was content to walk. She was wearing a school uniform address with blue and white stripes as well as black. Dunlop volley runners what socks a blue raincoat and blue baton backpack. A neighbor who lived three doors down on nosy straight. So her walking regular route shortly after eight thirty. But when her teacher to grow call minutes later. There was no sawn of bone. Nor did she attend any of her other classes throughout the day? Though bungs absence was unusual and immediately noticed by by friends and teachers. There was issue md that she was unwell and nobody followed up the matter with her family. Bank typically returned home from school by three forty pm but that afternoon, there was no sign of her. She had left him eyeball phone at home in accordance with school rules, and shortly after four o'clock just the Vineeta with starting to wonder where her daughter was. The phone rang. It was bunks best friend Diani cooling to remind Bong about a football game that was scheduled to play the following day. Diani told Fred Vineeta. The Bung hadn't been at school and Penny immediately said in. The couple drive directly to Baranya hearts call agent spoke with the school principal who confirmed the Bung had been absent and staff had assumed she was sick. Off too quickly searching the school grounds Fred, and Veneto drive to Knox police station to report door. Missing. Police took a statement from them but were unable to do anything further as bunk hadn't been missing alone. I advised the couple to rate you out to all of their family and friends to ensure bung wasn't with someone else. Fred and Vineeta cold and visited all of bungs France, but no one had seen her. The army informed them that her mother had driven her to school that morning because of the rain they had stopped briefly at the goals regular meeting spot hoping to offer Bunga lift but hadn't seen. Fred and Vineeta was so distraught that they couldn't eat or sleep that not. Only, the next morning they returned to the police station to officially report bunk missing detectives to drop the case.

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US Open 2020: Naomi Osaka beats Marta Kostyuk to reach fourth round

KCBS 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 3 weeks ago

US Open 2020: Naomi Osaka beats Marta Kostyuk to reach fourth round

"Among the winners today and the women's draw out the U. S. Open number four Naomi Osaka number eight. Petra Martic, number 17 Angelique Kerber number 28 Jennifer Brady. Number 14 and at Contrave Osaka will take on conservation. The fourth round. Brady will meet Kerber and round for meanwhile, and the man's draw early results Number seven. David Go fan and number 12 Dennis Shep Avala moved on shop of Olive of Canada beat number 19 Taylor Fred to the US in five

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Nature's Tasty Secrets

National Trust Podcast

05:19 min | 3 weeks ago

Nature's Tasty Secrets

"Turned off the canal towpath now, down, quite a narrow twisty turny path into a wooded area. And I can hear water in front of me. So let's see where it takes us. The so many different planets. Different flowers is really beautiful. And he's a man armed with two beautiful wicker basket. So I believe your call Fred the far eject where does that nickname come from a run business called the wild side of life and I spent most of my time teaching people how to forage for medicinal and edible plants. Now I've already seen some blackberries and they are looking really juicy. Can you take me to place whether even more bountiful to my best but I think we need to get out into maybe a move sunny spot. So why is this a place state you think is good to come and pick up raise this perhaps a mile and a half of country park where anyone's allowed to go and their blackberry bushes all over the place. It's a free market absolutely for that and many other things to. This looks like a black free books to me. But Bruce quite distinctive but there are a number of other lobe fruits that you could mistake it for. So there are things like the debris who's tends to be much smaller and more compact. Let's the RASBERRY and if you're up in the mountainous areas perhaps up in Scotland, you might find the cloud berry another free of a similar shape, the colors completely different. So what your top tips for picking and store blackberries when you pick them, run your hands gently over the cluster of varies and just with your fingertips, roll them slightly around each vary because the ones that are ripe were literally just SORTA popoff. Don't use a carry a bag, it will get quite machine bashed. shelf-life is dramatically reduced. So try to use an open container of some sort if not done wealth about brees I'm afraid and look around here I can see nettles but apart from that, I can't see anything else here that I would not to pick tweet. So today I'm going to introduce you to some of the unsung heroes of the plant world. which he may have pulled out of your gardens, weeds trump would over. Let's go find out. Things, you need to remember. We have this kind of notional idea of what I call the doc we say. And try not to pick things on the edge of footpaths and lesser at least two or three feet above the ground. It's gorgeous out today apple cheese around look at the sun on the kind of the Ashley. Oh Time. Before He in the one that looks like a big Benaroya. This is nothing like that. This is greater planting common-law. Wait you would cook it as a spinach like affects people take a look at these seat heads pulled backwards and the seed comes off your hand I use plantation seeds an ingredient in my mixed seeds mixture I gather every years. Path now is a lot more open than way where before in the fight closed in woodland space, it's much more majer. We feel it feels very sumarine because wall the flowers and all the insects. Let's get down here. Look. This is waterman like plasma breaking out in a plasma boil. When you inhale it's real deeply relaxing and it makes very calming. Hazel not. Having actually got not. Find our teeth can stand up to it. Always little sheep but don't know how much they liked neck. It's a bit of an unsung hero, isn't it? Natalie's aloof a lot you can do with it. It's hard to exhaust the number of uses you can put it to the top of the stinging nettle. Rick Out Vicki bear hangs. How're you doing that without getting Stoughton show you nettle stems are covered in lots of tiny stinging hairs and at the base of every one of those hairs is soft land full of venom if you rub to plant in this direction. All of the. Fold upwards and you don't get stung but if you're up the plant in this direction. They leave jagged edge which digs into your skin. It's almost like pulling a pint of beer. You know you're working the needle backwards it's pumping the venom sac into you. So the nettle does not stink. You Stink Yourself. You must fit firmly in a section with new leaves on. Hand must be already traveling in an upwards direction. As you grip few grip I then travelers, you'll be sons fancy. Okay. I'm. The young ten to tops are very good green vegetable. They're very rich in iron and they're very high in protein that make a wonderful T- and even lightly cooked they no longer stay. One of our local pastimes in the wilds of wheelchair is rolled metal eating competitions. Of course, the trick is they know how to destroy nettles really quickly. So if you roll it up, you stick it on a molar teeth chomped down hard to release the. Final secret is that the juice of the nettle is the antidote to the thing is pretty cool

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Hall of Fame pitcher Tom Seaver dies of COVID-19, dementia at 75

AM Tampa Bay

00:32 sec | 3 weeks ago

Hall of Fame pitcher Tom Seaver dies of COVID-19, dementia at 75

"Of all time. Tom Seaver has died. Among Seaver's achievements on the mound. 311 wins, including 61 shut out. Metodo. Fred Wilpon and his son, Jeff, the team's chief operating officer, said in a statement. He was simply the greatest Mets player of all time and among the best to ever play the game. The Baseball Hall of Fame said Seaver died from complications of Lewy body dementia and covert 19. Tom Seaver was 75.

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Tom Seaver, Hall of Fame pitcher and Mets legend, dead at age 75

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

01:23 min | 3 weeks ago

Tom Seaver, Hall of Fame pitcher and Mets legend, dead at age 75

"Tom Tom Seaver Seaver this this morning, morning, the the Baseball Baseball Hall Hall of of Fame Fame or or the the greatest greatest Met Met ever ever has died at the age of 75. Let's go live to City Field address, 41 Seaver Way and WCBS reporter Marla Diamond Marlin. And Steve Tom Seaver's plaque in Cooperstown lauds him as a power pitcher who helped change the New York Mets from loveable losers into formidable foes. He was simply the greatest Mets player of all time and among the best to ever play the game, said Mets owner Fred Wilpon in a statement. Ed Crane. Poole was a teammate and good friend. He was the number one player Marquee player franchise, and you can't replace a Tom Seaver in your organisation. This is a sad day and met Tom Seaver was a class act an inspiration to his legions of fans at a young how he rose. Just watching him taught me how you're supposed to comport yourself professionally. So even as a kid When I was 13 when Tom came up in 1967 watching him go about it. You had a Seaver threw out the first pitch in the Mets last game at Shea Stadium and was honored last year with a street naming at Citi Field. He was too ill to attend. Seaver died Monday from complications of dementia and covert 19. He was 75. Steve

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Tom Seaver, Hall of Fame pitcher and Mets legend, dead at age 75

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

01:23 min | 3 weeks ago

Tom Seaver, Hall of Fame pitcher and Mets legend, dead at age 75

"Tom Tom Seaver Seaver this this morning, morning, the the Baseball Baseball Hall Hall of of Fame Fame or or the the greatest greatest Met Met ever ever has died at the age of 75. Let's go live to City Field address, 41 Seaver Way and WCBS reporter Marla Diamond Marlin. And Steve Tom Seaver's plaque in Cooperstown lauds him as a power pitcher who helped change the New York Mets from loveable losers into formidable foes. He was simply the greatest Mets player of all time and among the best to ever play the game, said Mets owner Fred Wilpon in a statement. Ed Crane. Poole was a teammate and good friend. He was the number one player Marquee player franchise, and you can't replace a Tom Seaver in your organisation. This is a sad day and met Tom Seaver was a class act an inspiration to his legions of fans at a young how he rose. Just watching him taught me how you're supposed to comport yourself professionally. So even as a kid When I was 13 when Tom came up in 1967 watching him go about it. You had a Seaver threw out the first pitch in the Mets last game at Shea Stadium and was honored last year with a street naming at Citi Field. He was too ill to attend. Seaver died Monday from complications of dementia and covert 19. He was 75. Steve

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The Diversity of Security Challenges in Higher Education

Recorded Future - Inside Threat Intelligence for Cyber Security

07:02 min | 3 weeks ago

The Diversity of Security Challenges in Higher Education

"Now. What is it like? Every year you have a new batch of of students coming on board and they all want to connect to your network I mean what's the? What's the reality of that situation from a security point of view It is a lot of prep-work over the summertime, a lot of you know repair and refine and and. You know replace things that aren't doing well, and then when you know we get about two weeks out from classes starting. which this year is September second. So we're kind of in that zone right now. That's where we're making sure that everything is working. In it in. Its, optimum. Capacity and capability. Following that it's you know let's continue planning for whatever is going to happen next you know we the spring term winter spring term in in January this past year and nobody anticipated. Kobe I I'm not. You know I'm sure that there was an -ticipant because the the fun part of that is we actually did a pandemic tabletop exercise in the division of Information Technology, which is the central a unit on campus. We do that path the fall of twenty and eighteen. So we hit already kind of work through some of the. You know the communications challenges and the organizational challenges so when it came time to do. The transition from online or from in person courses to online courses, we were able to do that in very short time and that included transitioning thirty seven hundred core courses. From in person delivery to online delivery so that really served you well, I and it was the preparation time and it was the understanding. Of what we would need to do and it was also, you know checking those channels you know. I've done some business continuity work in my in my pass and a business continuity plan to just never exercise it's not a plan. It's a bunch of on paper so So we were able to walk through and validate that and that's the kind of work we do during the school year. And we take our you know kind of slowdown period so. Beginning summer you know everybody takes a deep breath and then we exhaling get back to work you know Sometime during the summer I like to encourage my my team to have a little bit of time off. But when September goes in and the students arrive we, we try to work really hard to get him through and then we take it the winter holidays. What what kinds of things are you and your team defending against who? Who's WHO's coming at your network? You know it's the usual array of Fred actors You know think about the things that research is doing. You know we're we're doing. A lot of research in the area of Koga right now, and it's just. Be We have the capability. We have the expertise we have the researchers at want to do that. But we also have school medicine in public health. We also have a school of Nursing School of Pharmacy. So healthcare education is important in that has just a treasure trove highly valuable. Information in it. But we do engineering work, and some of that work is is patentable work. So that's probably attractive We do a lot of business influenced work. we have data science institute which is trying to figure out the the better ways to understand. You know the the magic acronyms of a I in L.. Artificial intelligence. Machine. Learning. And and that's that's attractive information not only that forty four, thousand students twenty three, thousand staff that's a treasure trove of marketable information. You know I always wonder you know someone in a situation like yours where certainly you're going to have some students and I'm thinking of Oh I don't know folks in computer science and other sorts of places who were going to look at you know the the campus system or the university system as you know their own personal playground there that. you know they're gonNA WANNA, test their own skills against yours. I mean I is that an annual thing and and how do you? How do you? How do you not be adversarial? How do you support You know the educational aspects of of those students while still keeping things up and running what's your approach to those sorts of things? Well. So I we we are establishing some really good partnerships with with the Academy with the the the professors and researchers that are interested in studying the cybersecurity arts and sciences. we've had a relationship with the information school. is They're they're part of the College of letters and Sciences and now they're part of what's been amalgam is as the the School of Computing. Data. And Information Studies so CDs. In in in doing that, I, mean, the partnership is if it's data and if it's doing things if it's you know working or arresting or or if it's needing to be analyzed, we have people that are very much interested and so I've had my my department be intentional about establishing those greater relationships we have you know researchers doing anything from identity access. Management Research to data analytics to cybersecurity metrics and then we have others on campus that are doing great work in high throughput. Computing Great Work in in you know engineering the the next greatest you know computer technologies. In other side trips we had We have a researcher that is working on, Thomas Vehicle. Research you know and there's an awful lot of cyber in there too so. Having those kind of relationships is the the real multiplier here, and this is not unusual by the way for university. This is nothing super special. We're doing it's just that You know there's a, there's a lot of cybersecurity programs out there where there you know NSA certified Center for Academic Excellence. Certified and we're GONNA. Get there eventually. I believe But right now we're just supporting the researchers in the courses are being taught. Sue I myself have been a guest lecturer in a one of the business school courses. It has an information security course as part of its core. That's been fun. I enjoy doing. I did a little bit of that as an adjunct University part of my coming here.

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Dan Robinson, Research Partner at Paradigm.Xyz, on Starting at an Investment Fund

The Bitcoin Podcast

03:38 min | Last month

Dan Robinson, Research Partner at Paradigm.Xyz, on Starting at an Investment Fund

"Our research partner. Paradigm Fund. Tesla Blue, paradigm and and what it means to be received partner at a fun. Yes. So I was lucky because I was close friends with math long who was one of the CO founders of paradigm since childhood and Qian. Fred. Essentially design this role for with with with me and mine and served with my health I'm trying to figure out what would be most effective for me to do and when I most enjoy doing. So I really get a kick out of that although it may not be for everyone. So a lot of what I do is. Normal parts of the investment. Team function and that includes Projects that are starting to be successful diligence potential new investments valuing with the rest of the investment to make decisions. Another big part of the job is helping portfolio companies and there I think one thing, one way paradigm maybe different from other funds as we get pretty hands on helping out with things like mechanism design. And zones technical. Issues with with early out. So I was out there on the UNICEF did your white paper. Just I just recently published White Paper with another portfolio company yield on new am that they're using. And just generally helping folio and then the third area is this kind of independent research and that's where I think. As really appreciated, having having a place where they would welcome me doing that and that's publishing publish. Sort of you can call them favors by really sort of a sketches of ideas for things that people could build and so I came up with one of them called Rainbow about a year ago and then another. Just, under a year ago called yields which. Eventually turned into a project that we're incubating. That's implementing these these y tokens, and so that was a case where I think we weren't sure exactly how publishing these papers would help the firm but we thought you know one of the one possible outcome would be that we end up incubating a company based on what happens here. I find that very interesting in in did see that progression happened over the last year. It looked like you you put out the White Paper a few people. Read it someone came in. Thank you said suggested improvements even. That led to. Basically handing the project them, SACRA. That's right. So so Allen, who's the CEO of yield now? Came to me and I think he he fixed one of the core problems in the protocol which was settlement and he had he figured out a way to settle it essentially directly to die or directly to make faults as opposed to. Acetylene using using an auction or oracle or something that was one of the big missing pieces, and the other was just we wanted somebody who could really own it as a as a founder CEO. And we think Allen's that person another former lawyer. For some reason. Yeah I. Think I get along with them for that reason? Okay makes sense. Yeah. I. I think it's just the power of putting your ideas out there and actually seeing it a comeback improved in better and. Without providing. Opportunities for Reunion in the fund makes sense. Yeah. It's it's extremely rewarding although. Sometimes. When so there's there's another project at least one other project implementing the protocol. and. Sometimes I think like this. Why do I do I do this to myself but honestly, none of this would have happened without publishing the paper. I'm sorry I can't actually regret it that much.

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"fred s" Discussed on Shares for Beginners

Shares for Beginners

03:47 min | Last month

"fred s" Discussed on Shares for Beginners

"A better deal crypto and Sadia is any one guy who can talk about all of these things sometimes in the one sentence for each AVESTA. Good I fred. Really. Good. Really good hype. You're enjoying the coffee IVA the. Incredible, who makes a cracker of coffee? So afraid to see when co founder of comparison site finders at the best description comparison saw yet for. We've just been chatting about what we're going to chat about today because we didn't really prepare too much about this spring. So we're going to talk about personal investments and the journey, the tag free zone in this, but I just wanted to quickly cover about. How the world has changed, it's a great topic feel. We're not talking about just a little change I think we're talking about a fundamental systemic change. I didn't think I was aware of that until I've visually store in the city where there's just. You know shops been closed down. There's no one. It's a very unusual place. You go to a restaurant right now and you have to sit awkwardly in less people and one night we had a guy with a high vis vis walking around the tables. Doesn't exactly fill you with confidence but and then I think there's an acceptance but there's a certain point where you get to where now going myself to the place where. I have accepted this and this is talent is so from an investing perspective taking that a step further, what does that mean? Well? You companies like donkey sign companies like this video. Instant messaging. They're kind of like to me the obvious step ones. I read this pace Benjamin, Graham Graham pricing and timing to let pricing and timing rights. Until about timing I think the trend of offices and commercial property. Yeah I think that's GonNa take a twenty year. Fifteen, maybe twenty years to reverse. The trend was just up to the right and it was getting out of control. The only issue is on the other side is you've got such low interest rates, but then you won't have the same kind of demand. I think what it might open up is with decreasing property value. It may mean that commercial turn into residential and people will start to live in the city I know that sounds completely kanner intuitive because everyone wants to saying. Out of the city but. I think they're like I. Just think there are people who go get over it. They'll be a vaccine people live there but the but everyone doesn't want to go and hang out together because now they've moved out and they're gonNA virtually interact anyway new working from home. The second part of that? He's retail so This just a beauty and going out and. Going to the restaurant and dining and humans always going to be social. It's just what it is. I, think that'll reboot. Retail has learned from this click and collect and bar online. So you WANNA walk by and get something from somewhere. You'RE GONNA go and and I think that's this adaption you're going to see. Yeah retail. Retail's retail going to stop. You will need to buy stuff that's never going to, and it's just the format. And the channel I think will be is that. Stores we'll convert into places of logistics and distribution where you go there and you pick up stuff because you've already ordered it but it's very conveniently placed where you leave the rat you go on and so you choose that location. So they keep the real estate there but it's more logistics thing rather than a consumer exploratory thing you may have prop up starbucks stores as well like one too..

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"fred s" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

08:29 min | 2 months ago

"fred s" Discussed on Revision Path

"I wanted to live. Here is because some of the artists that I loved lived up here like Richard Sala and agent today and Dan Clouds, and there was this kind of really active comic scene I managed. By into after a couple of years up here, and then slowly, the saint people started to kind of Eb away. Got Pulled away cartoon network. Pulled away half of the cartoonist in the bay area 'cause they're like a come down here. Be a story board artist character designer, and you could go down to La. Actually buy a house with you know using that skill that you have unfortunately. For some reason, they, my name didn't run into that hat, but that's neither here, nor there and yeah other people. I knew moved up to Portland moved up to Seattle like the got into tech, so a lot of like my peers kind of drifted away, but I do still have like this kind of core group of people that I'm still friends with WHO remained that I've known for fifteen or twenty years Fortune Nice Nice now. You also have a podcast. PODCAST I listened to a few episodes so I could get a sense of who you were for for our interview, but can you tell me a little bit about the show? And how it came about Oh sure yeah, it's called serious moonlighting, and you know it's kind of a play on words for that David Bowie lyric from let's dance and it's about people who have their discipline like their creative discipline that they've maintained basically in spite of having to. Not have that be their means of support, so it's like you know these people have a day job. Sometimes they have to day jobs, and they continue to work in whatever their creative field is not as a hobby, but their actual like very serious, very committed to that work, and it kind of explore is like hell. Do you do that? Like how do you keep? It's not you know. How do you crack into the industry it's. How do you keep doing this thing? That's very much central to who you are as a person. While you have to make a living. How has the show been so far? It's interesting because everybody comes at it from a different point of view I need I'm trying to figure out how to get more Diana. Interviewing a lot of cartoonists gets of the people that I know and I WANNA get people from other disciplines like I wanted to get some painters. I WANNA get some more photographers I WANNA, get! More representation because I. Have interviewed just a lot of guys. I need to get more. Of A representation, but it's been interesting to see how people come at it, and how they how they work it into their life, and how they managed to for some people, it can be kind of destructive thing like. Continuing doing what I've done has probably cost me relationships. You know it's like it can really. Affect your health. They can affect you financially, but also known people who you know, our parents you know and Mike continued to do their day job and raise their family, and not have it be the thing that encroaches upon the rest of their life, so yeah, it's been interesting to see how people manage that. So given you know sort of what's going on now in the world and everything. What is it that keeps? You motivated these days to continue doing work. I'm well. I've managed to have strangely enough like a fair amount of success like in recent years that you know nothing encouraged. It's like success. I've managed to move. More towards doing just visual art and have managed to kind of push doing design and production more to the background, and it's nice to have that to fall back on, but I'm very happy that I basically just get to draw for living for however long. It's funny. The other day I was I. Have My son part time you know and I was taking back home to his mother's house in the morning, and he was kind of Lolly, gagging his like we really got going to get to work and he's like Dad. You're always talking about work and I was like listen. To draw for a living, you do not understand this, but this is kind of a big deal that I get to go to work doing this right now. Yeah, yeah so I. Guess Like Yeah. It's definitely been encouraging to be able to actually do this for living. I'm excited for projects that I have you know. I have more ideas and have time honestly and. And I just want to do what I can to bring much of it into the world as I can, in however much time I have who knows yes, what's the best advice that you've been given about what you do? The best advice given I. Don't know I'm trying to think if I've gotten a lot of advice because I've kind of bumped around and. Found my way through this. That's a good question. Have you had any like mentors or anything helped you out. Not As such before I moved up here before I started. Working as a creative I would send my workout to a few different artists and I was very encouraged to have them actually right back on occasion and say this is good. Keep going, but I didn't never have anyone who took me under their way, but I'm having that validation from people that you genuinely admire who you know like. They don't have to write back to. To you if they didn't like your work, they just wouldn't bother to respond. And if they really didn't like your work, they would respond and be like. Don't give up your day job so that. Yeah, that's been encouraging and having I've got my peer group and they are really accomplished. Artists and I don't think that they would hang out with my if I sucked. I think that in and of itself they're like. Yeah, you know you can. You can hang out with us read. That's that's encouraging. That means that I'm I'm doing the right thing I said. Maybe, somebody advice that I've gotten is stop doing many comics like you're you're? You're too good to keep doing this. You know ride to do something that's beyond that and I've Kinda stuck out the many comic thing a long time because I'm. There's this weird punk rock aesthetic that I have where I like. Have this weird fear of success? Fear of selling out if you will. and that's really silly. At this age. There's one thing that's no concept of selling out in in the current culture like it's not. and. I've been reluctant to kind of give that up, but I'm giving it up. Could I just can't I? Need for the work that I produced to actually at least pay for itself rather than be a loss leader for me, okay? Do you have like a dream project that you'd love to do like if you had the time in the money? What would like the your dream projects? Well the dream project I have a few during projects, but the main one I'm actually working very hard on. On realizing right now, and that's to do a major Taylor graphic novel to do an actual full biography of had in two hundred and fifty to three hundred pages for the young adult market, and that's something that I've been shopping around and shaping up in the last few years. So that's something that I genuinely hope to realize within the next few months to two year. Actually get that ball rolling the and there's some other projects that I'd love to do after that like I'd love to. One thing that like my sister and I have talked about is doing biography of our family. Because we had this really weird, just oddball, religious, intellectual, poor traveling like the joads family. It's funny because I know like while our experiences unique. It's not solitary like I. Know other people have had something similar and I feel like if there would be an audience for that for people who like had to kind of walk this line between like the super religious, really disciplined upbringing, and what the world expects you. Are You satisfied creatively? Do you feel? I'm very satisfied creatively. I could not have said that to you a couple of years ago, but it's weird to say that I feel like you know. Am I delusional. I don't think so like. They actually. I think you know being in the New Yorker getting to like work with like really great clients like people are media and stuff..

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

Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

03:41 min | 2 months ago

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

"It was things fell apart little by little right almost done with episode three. We're GONNA. Shoot the rest of this week and then little things happen like. Yeah like we might not be able to get back. That was what it was it was. We might be able to get back I. Think they're closing. The borders became not fun. Those worries of I. Don't know if I can get back into the country. You know, so. We lost a day and then to, and then after a while. Everything closed and it's been kind of okay that we have all this footage. We have those episodes done, and somehow everyone's got a good attitude about it in that everyone's going through it. Yeah, so Anna and Julio. Everyone's just like well. We'll get back to when we get back to it. Yeah, there's nothing we can do. This is way out of our hands, though and and you're right. Right everyone's in the same boat. It's not there's literally there's nothing you can do anything we can do so I assume they're going to wait. Until the you finished shooting before the second season comes out, or are they going to release? Just those? No, because it's only six episodes, so it's like we're halfway done That's like a British season. Yeah, we'll everything I. DO is very British. Everything. Well Fred this has been so so fun. We're not so funny. We're not done yet. We're just starting no. We don't. Know wrap things out the reason. We should do a couple of hours because people have the time I'm fascinating. I didn't know how much time you had if you have. More time we can keep talking to you. You're very thoughtful about comedy, which is always? It's so nice to meet people who are really really just brilliantly funny, but then also thoughtful about it. You know it's not like Oh. That person's just insane, so that's so funny. We we have one more question. Fred, which we ask, all of our guests, which is if you could give a piece of advice to someone who wants to do what you've done with your career. What would it be okay? So first thing is I'm going to try not to give an answer given before, because then my brain go until I I'm just going to ramble I think it's. To think of people you didn't want to be as people along the way I was like A. Like just in their sort of like the kind of work that they did I was like that's not my thing I doing this for example like regular, stand up comedy. So it's okay if you feel like you're not succeeding in one at one thing, it's okay if that's not the right thing for you where I would have felt like a failure feels like I. Don't know how to do those jokes of Hey, my parents are from. Different. Did you ever notice all that kind of stuff? Yeah, so if something isn't working, it's okay that it doesn't work, and it's okay to kind of take a left turn and try something else. I think it's important to be patient. Being, impatient and thinking I need that that's that was my Gig. Don't do that to yourself. I did a bunch of those and I'm like I can't even remember what it was. But at the time that was. The WATKIN A. Make or break and hand in hand with that is being competitive with yourself, but not with other people never you will lose that battle being competitive. All that you'll, it'll just make you miserable if anything if there's someone who you think, is your competition. Just get to know them and learn from them and hang out with them and do work on something together, right? And then stabbed them in the back murder though. Fraud Such thank you. You're just one of my favorite performers of all times. That's very very nice. I was watching it and one of the hardest working men can show. Cheese you guys know, but seriously and you're. You're always in so many great shows and gas. It's I think you do. You have really.

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

Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

06:35 min | 2 months ago

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

"Money like a very nice. But you do remember it I do. It's a bit that we used to do. Called new directors or guest directors, and so the way to do different genres and. Swedish director and It'd be like a Bergman Film and then now. This was exactly what you said. We got a college students majoring in film to. This opening and so over the top. Political commentary in. was like the monopoly. Yes, that was throwing money around oppressing Andy. Andy was like. Talking to the man. So. Girls like nine, hundred ninety seven. Wow, the obsession with student film than money and like men. is like yeah capitalism. Capitalism what why don't we question it? It's all made up man. Yeah, we'll have that experience a lot. When in their formative years like seeing something on late night tv I think alone in the dark and becoming something like I will never forget this. Yeah, this sketch. Will you know stay with me the rest of my life? Some of them do that one. Especially, that's so funny going back to Portland Yeah. Because I have to say for it. It really is one of my favorite sketch shows of all time. Oh, thanks, Did you guys, do you? was there Improv in Portland, or is it all like acting to make it look like Improv? Just to know so like it's a weird mix, and for those of you just tuning in right now. She asked about. Yeah if you could just repeat the question before you answer. Then we, we cut. US OUT IN. All right, so it's just me I. Just asked about. As about Improv versus scripted. Yes we improvised a lot, but also we did a lot of improvising that ended up, not getting used and over the years we realized we're wasting time if we keep going on crazy tangents. So the Yes, there's improvisation, but. We started like. Let's just get through the day. And let's get greatest. Show off how quickly you can think but. Yeah Jonathan Chrysler Director and carry there. They were both good about like. We seem to not be using all these like lingering takes right like having button after button after button. You only need the one but just. We get it and so we got better at. There'd be there'd be a sort of blueprint. Travis sketch goes, and then we would make up our own lines to it, but we started to really focus them up a little bit. That's a great discipline I mean. Don't you see movies sometimes where you're scenes, their comedy movies and you're like Oh this scene was clearly improvised, and sometimes it's like I. Don't know I don't know. Yeah. I would have put that in in I. Mean I think people can fall in love with improvised scene sometimes, and it sounds like you guys are very disciplined like. nope. You can hear it though you can hear it in movies and I mean no disrespect to movies in general. I'm a fan I love them all, but you do see the scenes where you could tell that they're like enjoying themselves and having right, I mean it's great I'm glad it exists, but you can hear the language of improvisation, a Little Bit Yeah Yeah the Godfather has lots of no. No, no, that's wrong. That was very scripted godfather three. I'm thinking Oh. Yes, that's right that one is. At that point he's like whatever I won't watch those movies because of any depiction of organized crime. Yes, of course not. I can't believe they haven't been canceled. Do you think they'll cancel? Organize the Mafia. You. Guys are brutal bullies. Yes, with your threats. Will they have to get on twitter I? Yes, he's big twitter presence, and then I had to do something recently where I had to do an Italian like an anti and one area I don't know if they're getting upset. Yeah, right like if it's still okay to make fun of Italians or even the mafia I thought that was the only thing we had left honestly. You could fudge it and say I'm doing a New Yorker and it's like no, you're doing telling. Fred so low Suzuki's I wanNA talk about too because it's coming back for another season, which is. Exciting I really like the show. It's almost entirely in Spanish. So did you up speaking? Spanish yeah, my mom and his Waylon and She made sure that we all spoke Spanish. In my relatives on her side. We all spoke Spanish and I was in Venezuela a lot. I was just like I. Want to do something in Spanish but something that isn't about being a Latino. Yes, something. That wasn't like the American experience it was. It was more like I wanted to forget about the cuisine. Vacation. Yeah, all the I want it to be about. Struggles I thought it'd be cool if it was just about something a little more of what my experience was or when you know when I've been to also to Mexico where there's like an obsession with horror, movies, and horror and monsters something in that zone, there is elements of sort of fantasy, and it's a little crazy, but based on the sort of Goth World Right, did you co create it with Julio Torres, or end NFL BREA? Okay, brilliant writers and performers, and so well written I just kind of like I came up with the idea for the pilot, and then they took over, and made it ten times bigger, a meme. Sorry a thousand times. They turned into like a real like a full university. Yeah, yeah, in a way which is like what I like about working with. Other people about being alive is that I never would have been able to think of the story lines. They came up with right so every time I opened the script. I never would thought of this. Thank you great. It's got a life of its own. That's fantastic. Did you shoot a lot of it in Mexico? No, in Chile Oh. COOL AND SANTIAGO! Wow, that's great. We were GONNA shoot in Mexico and we couldn't. And then we did like a sort of online search of like okay. Where else can we shoot? and Chile had the right kind of budget in the right environment. Ages worked out, so we shot half of season two already then we had to stop. Wow this was you know whatever march right and it was very like..

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

Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

03:00 min | 2 months ago

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

Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

05:19 min | 2 months ago

"fred s" 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 s" Discussed on The Storyteller

The Storyteller

10:41 min | 4 months ago

"fred s" Discussed on The Storyteller

"God will say one day I do not know who you are depart from me. He worker of Iniquity the Bible says believe on the Lord. Jesus Christ and Thou shall be saved. We need to believe or accept what Jesus did for us on that cross. Because he's the only way to salvation he said I am the we the truth and the life no man comes to the father but by me and that is the only door through which we can be saved he said. I am the door by me. Event intersection he show BC. We must believe in what he did. Believe by faith to simple faith lake the man who cried out in the Temple Lord Be Merciful to me a sinner or like the one across which is said. Lord remember me when you come into your kingdom. He believed and Jesus responded to him and all he said was barely barely as unto you that day you will be with me in paradise so we need to do his. Kreil for mercy in faith and then we will be saved. I knew that I was a sinner that I couldn't save myself that there was only one could save me. And that's Jesus Dis- teacher send me to summer school in a place called Garden Hill. Ever summer I would go there for two years to a Summer Bible School. That's where I got my basic Bible Training and during the year our go to high school now. Ankle High School in a community called numeral and there I learned the Culture of people live outside my community of figured porch learned how to speak English. Well I learned how to play sports. I learned how to communicate with people at the beginning. It was like a culture shock. Because worrying over boots and overalls all diamond Mike. Immunity was different from worrying tree. Be Suits and dressing. Nice but you know I got used to it but as I say as I was finishing up high school I had to return home and while I was there I got into wrong company and I found myself stern to go down and it's sad to say that I went back into the world for about four years. I wondered away from God and this one time while we were in the boat. Our boat was filled with alcohol. Pick it up at a certain location. Where the train stopped and we are on our way back to our community of thicket portage and we had been drinking in the boat so and because I couldn't sit still and I was drunk fell over into the water. Fun Myself trying to swim with being unable to keep my coordination stern to sink sink into the water and former shelf helpless against one of my friends. He said I reached on one. Last time to grab you and Marm went down into the water all the way as far as you could go and should. I felt your head grabs you by the hair and I pulled you over and held you should. I wouldn't go under but you know. Those Mormon steady helped me by the hair. I look back now that it was the Lord holding above water and sink the me Fred. What are you GonNa do with Your Life? Now what are you going to do is it? And you know God spared me. There brought me back them so so any backsliders their emit beyond run-rate. Now you may be thinking that you can run from God that you can get away from what you experience already from what you've experienced when he touched your life when you felt his presence as you read his word and as you pray but today you're out there backslid. God has ways of bringing his children back themselves not long. After that after this incident all of a sudden I just didn't feel like patching alcohol anymore all of a sudden. I just didn't feel like doing the things I was doing anymore. I told my friends. I'm leaving thicket portage where the people that in one associated with me because of my being such a bad person fading with these guys and being nuisance to them all of a sudden they wanted meaner company all of a sudden they wanted invite meet. The party's bottles drink. What I made up my mind. I got on that train and lift that community and arrived in Paul and there. I got a job to be an instructor in college. And that's where Mitt this beautiful girl we started going together. I proposed and she accepted and in three months. We were married and my buddy said Fred. We'll give you six months. You'll be married for six months but it's been thirty five years now. Six months goes a long time all the different shares the Lord the Lord straightening out my life the Lord coming into our lives. Changing us in ticket portage. They told me Fred you're nothing but a drunk and the bum you'll never even have a good job but you know I remember that story many times of the donkey tied to the post in a certain village and Jesus told US disciples go to this village and there you will find a donkey the post you tied that donkey and bring them to me for. I want to use them. And if anyone says and isn't GonNa voted you tell them that the master wants to use them? Yes I was like that donkey either up to the post of sin by Satan and I was leg that donkey stupid stubborn lazy. No good for nothing like a buck but you know the Holy Spirit came through this teacher and through restoration from being drowned and water. Lorries me so my friend. One day ultimately ever man will stand before God to give account for their life. I recommend that you accept the payment. Those made for you by Jesus and don't take a chance because you won't be able to make the payment on that final day when you stand before. Have you felt the weight of your sin and wondered if you could be set free? That's why God sent Jesus to take your sin your penalty on himself at the Cross so that you could be forgiven and set free. He offers you this and so much more. If by faith you will place your trust in Jesus as your savior. God tells us in his word there is therefore now no condemnation for those who are in Christ. Jesus if you haven't humbled yourself before God yet. Why not now interested in what you heard today. Write to us at the storyteller. Po Box one thousand and one BEMIDJI MINNESOTA five six six one nine. Our web address is without reservation DOT COM. Thanks for listening and Remember. The greatest story took place at the. Cross for the wages of sin is death but the gift of God is eternal life through. Jesus Christ our Lord. My friends there are more amazing stories to tell so. Be Sure to join US AGAIN. Next time as we listen to the storyteller..

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"fred s" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:45 min | 8 months ago

"fred s" Discussed on WTVN

"Astrophysicist Fred S. beneath SP knack the next full micro moon will be on October first twenty twenty blue moons well as I said let's leave that till next time shall we anyway I am declaring unilaterally tonight it is a full moon a is super snow moon case call host and you're perfectly free to agree or disagree regarding whether we're witnessing a super snow mode what is it what is it that Oscar Wilde said with freedom flowers books and the moon how could you not be perfectly happy freedom are we truly free well speaking as a tasty Canadian I think your founding fathers did a pretty good job I believe the U. S. constitution together with the bill of rights is among the most important written documents ever produced we the people of the United States in order to form a more perfect union establish justice insure domestic tranquility provide for the common defense well you know the drill but my guest coming up in the first two hours does not agree he says that the document is as far as he's concerned is null and void and he's come up with a plan to opt out of the US constitution an opt out of the United States all together the way out the path to immunity from government intervention the path to total freedom he says is contained in something called the bill of peace twenty twenty and anyone can sign up and yes opt out Phil who doc is standing by to explain coming up in hours three and four the Kennedy assassination princess Diana's death the moon landing our official accounts of these events true or something nefarious going on with trust in authorities at an all time low in the internet always buzzing conspiracy theories now spread like wild flower wildfire but how do we separate fact from fiction Eddie Thomas is one of the United kingdom's most respected researchers of all things unexplained and conspiracies his new book conspiracies the facts the theories and the evidence examines the believers whether they should be taken seriously he looks back in history to pinpoint actual conspiracies and carefully examine some of today's most popular conspiracies from UFO cover up to nine eleven and the New World order while adventures into some shadow even gruesome territory at times it's a journey well worth taking Eddie Thomas checks in from merry old England in the second half welcome to the audio imaginary come on in weary traveler hang your cloaking a pack grab a stool and come gather round the fire there are stories to be told you are among friends I'm Richard Serra and this is coast to coast AM why don't you stay awhile equal opportunity especially in the work force is the cornerstone of the American dream being employed gives us the confidence to be financially independent there's real meaning in supporting ourselves and those we care about we feel respected useful even in power to become leaders but what if you were one of the six and a half million people in the U. S. with an intellectual or developmental difference such as autism eighty one percent of adults with developmental differences don't even have a job and only about a third of.

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"fred s" Discussed on Good For You

Good For You

03:17 min | 9 months ago

"fred s" 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 s" Discussed on Good For You

Good For You

12:34 min | 9 months ago

"fred s" 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 s" Discussed on Good For You

Good For You

11:18 min | 9 months ago

"fred s" Discussed on Good For You

"I put all my moisture's everything in my beer but I do a lot of guys asked about. I do use your oil. I use the premium classic. Beard it oil from The Art of Shaving Vanilla scented which I really like because most of consented like cigarettes. My producer just wrote on the screen guys dot dot dot. I will talk about beards for another forty minutes. And I'm looking at both my producers who both have giant beards who are probably fucking dry. You guys probably need to hear this. Oh Yeah Gary Oh shit. Okay I gotTA stop talking about. This is crazy little ones metaphorical ones our guest. Today is one of my favorite people on the planet. I was very nervous to ask him to do this. And I actually kind of tried to talk him out of the night before Fred Armas that I was like doing podcast and he said yes right away and then the day before I was like you sure you know this is like a pie cows. Are you sure that like I got so insecure about asking him. Because I'm such a big Fan and I actually. It really liked this conversation because he doesn't like try super hard to do bits no. He's very soothing as well. He's very like genuine and He says what he means and means what he says he doesn't say it mean and does not say it mean he's just one of the kindest most gentle is that a gross word to say about someone weird but he thought he's very very safe with him. Yeah he's very interesting too because he thought fall. y'All talk about things that he he's passionate if he didn't know you were talking about. WHO's like I don't know yeah? He talked whenever he knew something. That's why it was interesting. 'cause he was talking about things he knew about. I worry I was being a little unctuous. I'm a fan was being a little bit of a sycophant. No I'm such a big Fan and when people come in and I'm a big fan of I don't WanNa be like it's so corny and annoying and like just like Compliment them the whole time. So it was I. I hope I wasn't too. No I think you refine I think he would. I think you were fine about. That's what I strive for. And this podcast spends his fine. I mean you want to be a little bit of a fan. You'RE GONNA be like I think it was really Yeah Yep I think was a good interview if I kind of blacked out a couple of times and I had like an alibi. Great Interview House Words Joe. I was spinning after the underground was awful. I didn't ask interesting questions that made no sense sense and then I listened back to it and I was like. Oh Wow I would have wanted to hear everyone in the room legit. It's great interview. You should rate comment subscribe on it. It's wonderful fred arm and it's have to wear headphones. I resume. Isn't it if you it's more of a psychological thing what do you what do you think I don't know you're doing it. I know but I think it's more because it makes me It's like Pavlovian thing where I feel like focus mice oppose also if pe- when people watch it like Oh this was meant for audio as opposed to like we're on a show. This is more like this. Is the focus. Focus the sound of it. People people also know they're like oh that's a podcast. They're not acting. Yeah yeah they're not dress for. It's kind kind of a costume. It is kind of prompt. It's it's not necessary. I drink water during this. You can. Let's do some some are but Opening the door we go turning the DOORKNOB And if you watch our videos I had to for something on. Seth Meyers We had to do like a parody of it and I wasn't familiar with it. Oh Wow so So I had to like watch and listen. It's amazing as a musician Not Not that much It's almost it's too much so I said it's fine. I I loved it exists but it is It's more funny to me than any. I mean I'm glad I'm just happy about it but I just I'm almost like too sensitive to Mitch. It gives me like it's like nails on a chalkboard to me. You know some people. Just have that audio response but for a lot of people it feels like orgasmic and soothing to them I guess not this guy not here no. This is so funny because I feel like. We're better friends than we are. Is that okay. Yeah yeah I like that feeling and I I sometimes trust it. Sometimes I'm fine with. Hey It seems I was like we know each other. It seems like we're friends and that to me is good enough like when I when last time I saw you I just felt like very familiar with you. And even if it's because I've seen genuine things or because you know it could be because also because of your standup Sometimes when I feel go with something of a fire like it. I'm like okay. We're in the same way or in the same sort of region and there's also I think that when you make someone laugh it's such an intimate thing like you've made me laugh for so long so I feel like when I see you. I actually got shy when was in Vancouver that we we last night each other by the way. I think it's very glamorous to not remember. Cities is the best thing it's like such a like it was London and we did that. Show in Belfast. I think we're ragging we travel so much. I don't know the idea of burning attending you. Don't remember place you hung out so that you could brag about all the place where you bought something like I got this I think in Prague copen or was it Belgium. Oh my God it's so but like that's IVA theory about jetlag that it's just how people can brag that they've been traveling absolutely right eight. I don't even totally believe in jetlag. I know I 'cause I don't fight it. I'm always like I'm tired but I think people do that also with the list of things things they have to do for work so so land to do fitting still awake. You know hadn't slept in like twenty hours had to go. You know how to do some press. I'm just like I can't. What do the switch press but that is kind of bragging like I am so busy and my flight was this long people love being busy? They love complaining about how busy they are tired. They are the new thing I'm finding is almost like a Munchhausen's people like love being sick. I've been sick because I was on a plane and then I'm sick and then hiatus and I'd like to take z pack and I'm like do you love being said there's a lot of like because these talk about it or whatever we us every but when when people with such warmth real I want I want to talk about this and and so I my allergies. It's there's medication I needed. So land and everyone mm sick with the flu. The whole tour had it. Yeah the whole crew had and I got it and finally I got some attention and I also when people are bragging about there might go home. Go home you're telling me how sick you're you're getting is the most selfish thing. No I don't want I just I want to stay in work through no armless. I should just be here but just like don't talk to me. That's half the practical. I'm just drinking. This t t that's there in the Se- I did the they tell you the whole routine. Why did the vitamins? Yeah I did the Oregano to the wellness formula. Like everything but sleep. Take care of yourself and you're the first person who gets sick. They act like it's like usually usually I'm not a person who becomes sick. Says that they don't get sick but I am. Just I just don't get SAG but also I love When people go out in public? And you're like hey what's up. I don't touch me. Don't be here so you're not that sick. What we have a sore throat so funny? Oh wait now. Oh Vancouver is worse or or Belgravia wherever we were ever there Yeah I think that's where it was. Who's the comedy festival? I was so nervous to meet you. Actually I don't get nervous meeting people but come on I don't I really don't there's like a couple people that I get out on in you. I'm going to be honest I'm I was. I'm such a fan. I was so afraid. What if he's not like I don't know I was just like to meet him because it's like I just don't want it to ruin how much I because I've had a lot of people disappoint and you were so nice and so warm instantly instantly and it was like a hugger? I'm heart well okay. The way I see it and this is gonNA sound like false humility But I see you as like very established and like in the real thing like you're like she's like actually does like legit real touring and your shows and everything so I just feel like I was like Gee knows who I what it sounds. I send garth and Kat to everyone around the holidays for the whole month. I have a chain going like it's a it's like a thing me and my friends like we'll do it to each other. I think very big really nice. Well at least it's funny those those perceptions so wild and your Stanford Drummers is I I love it so much and I'm so fascinated by the things that you observe like you pick up up on things that I'm just like that's a level of observation that I just will never understand Just when you pick up on. I don't want to Botch your joke. But about how when people will along gate the last word I think it was the hair. Yes we don't do any advertising yet. That's something that really happened. I know how do you like my brain would shut off when people start. I'm just like you know. But you're the I think your observations are also like the way people are and it's visual and sound of it but I try to focus on sound stuff is all that so that so it just. It's it's in line with the rest of the special so observations about people. It's like the sounds people make and yeah Advertising everything's a question are. Are you asking US lingers for a moment I what do you think that is like. I'm so obsessed with our EPA genetics our ancestors and how it primed us to be a certain to think it's 'cause your grandfather was a spy picking up on things in observing the kind of you to say that I'm good at it. I you know I'm I'm not walking in. Yeah just because this is hard. Because I wouldn't girl was in here member. I tried to tell him. Fighters is one of the few bands. That's really really big and also still cool. Yeah and he he was look. We're not cool. We're a dad band. We're not really talented people. I'm realizing you can't give compliments like bill. Burr was in your the other day and I was just like. Don't say it's funny. I know that's like his like third rail trigger. Is it really yeah. He doesn't he doesn't do well with saying like you're one of the best comics working right now. He's like it. I think that truly great people..

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"fred s" Discussed on Good For You

Good For You

06:53 min | 9 months ago

"fred s" 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 s" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

12:09 min | 1 year ago

"fred s" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"I'm Leonard Maltin listening to Maltin on movies and our guest today is wonderful wonderful performer and we're proud to say a friend Fred Willard glad to be here. Learn Leonard Lord quite you know it's a pleasure to be here. I have in my case about three of your books. You know thousand reviews of movies and everyone say let's see what Leonard had to say about this one well. That's nice. That's very flat through the book on the floor and said you're wrong. You're wrong. Every time well Fred is somebody that I think the word comes to mind. Is Ubiquitous your everywhere we. If we read off your credit it would fill the hour I really would not. I'm not I'm not blowing smoke at you. I mean this is just a fact. I was looking up today. I didn't didn't know that you were in guest shots as far back as get smart get smart and Bob Newhart and Laverne and Shirley but the the thing about you is that you were contemporary then and you contemporary now oh I mean you've done everything from old school sitcoms to comedy Comedy Bang Bang and you're Jeff Ross's role will get smart. I wasn't quite contemporary my partner and I had a comedy actor. Two Man Comedy Act and we had a sketch we did that have been loved as a pantomime sketch and someone had seen Lena decided to hire to play too young detectives to demonstrate to what's his name. GET GET SMART. The Don Adams done Adams whose brother was Dick Army. A lot of people don't know that they now have a Y- army's army. You have a comedy thing ever since he passed away but and then we were supposed to demonstrate to get smart out of foil a bank robber and and we did it and no one knew who we were and then we came in one day and my partner we met my Ra's office. My partner says Oh we have have an offer for a spin off to do our own series. I said no that's great and he said but our Asian said No. He turned it down and he said you're not getting these guys for eight hundred dollars. Whatever we got paid for the show so he is smart move to head off are starring in our own ah good thing he was there to help. Oh boy escaped a bullet so we went back to working. Small clubs. See Dreams come. I'm true yes. That's it good for you. You you started out you're from Cleveland born and raised yet Shaker heights and you you you really are all American midwestern guy. You are the kind of person you depict so often and the thing about you you play you play people who don't think funny and certainly don't know they're funny no but they are uh-huh and this is what Jimmy Kimmel has been doing with you of late just plugging you into any kind of role for any kind of current issue and you can do what you played the Ghost of George Washington one night yes yes. He Played Santa Claus One Donald Trump's father trump's author father fred trump yes and anything they throw at you. You can just you can just do it. It's funny. You're being there yeah well. The goof it to me is to do it as seriously as you can right. Leave the you're the person sure it'd be easy to goofy and but but I try to believe in my character from his point of view very indignant. If someone doesn't agree with well it works because that's why you're so good in that. Christopher guest films he has that is Christopher. Guest in a nutshell is it has to be serious. It has to be Syria. Yes you've ridiculous things that you're doing and saying what do you mean. It's not a joke yeah their lives. All of his people are the same way I I didn't movie that you gene. Levy wrote and directed is called Saad Busters and the very first day on the set. He got us all together and he gives a pep talk and he's now. I Watch watch you all the play this don't anybody try to be funny. play this as as as if it's a real thing is a takeoff on the movie. Shane and you know come back. Shane Chris Christopherson was in it and I had to explain to him sometimes on the set what was funny. He had a line once. He's you gene. I know is that funny. Jesus Fred explained to Christopher Super Chris. It is it is funny but Christopher is this great musician and he's a southern boy and I think the line was jeans. Character was feeding him some kind of food and it was not very unpalatable and his line. WHO's maybe I'll try this a little bit on down the line and he didn't say see what was funny about that. This is a very funny thing to say about. Some kind of scrambled scrambled eggs them miserable. I'll take your word for it. I'm glad he was there. Were glad you were there to help. Yeah put it that way. you started. I don't know if it's fair to say you started out but was your first Auntie into comedy second city in Chicago. No so I started out working with a partner in a duo comedy clubs a fellow. I met at a first acting school who I went to a New York. We have the same sense of humor and a one day. We saw an ad in one of the trades that actors needed for a sketch show so we went down and the guy said Do you have your own material. We said we'll know we'll come back. When you have your some of your own sketches so every week we'd write a sketch in come in and do it for the group who's like one of the first comedy groups and after about six or seven weeks the guy pulled aside and said you know. I think we're just GONNA do a show of your material and forget about this righty show we had so we did our first show a little rehearsal studio in the heart. Uh of New York City Oh my and then we got started playing coffee shops in New York. Then we got an agent and then a manager and then we started working at the time there were not comedy clubs around the country there were folk rooms there about seven or eight around the country and we'd go in and open for a folk singer or folk duo and it was it was different. There was one this was San Francisco the hungry I mhm there was one in Chicago Denver every major city. There was one club like that. it's hard for people to maybe to believe to remember. They may not be old enough terms that there was a time when the comedy club was was unheard of no no there was no such thing. I didn't know where you do your comedy that the time we worked in a call for a coffee house there were coffee houses houses right yeah and we did most of our stuff in in Europe. There were about five down in the village. that we plan but then we'd be sent to one wherever there was one around the country and we'd be a week or two there. What was that has to have been a good training ground. I I would think you. You got an unfiltered reaction from an audience. That didn't come to see you. That's right exactly yes but it was a polite enough audience. We never for a couple of times through the terrible ordeal of opening for a rock singer but every comic has had that terrible experience but the folk rooms they were very very respectful and they would get our humor and laugh at us and was it was a small fairly small rooms and they know we'd be on well. We do sometimes forty minutes and then this star the full group would come on. If I had a hammer her uh-huh hear the same song in every city I must have been a mellow audience then they were that was it though there are mellow polite and pushing for some just 'cause. I was this ace trucking company. No this was called RECCO and Willard Okay and which one are you. I'm I'm we changed names actually no my my yeah. Greg Willard and how did how did a trucking company come out my original part and I eventually he decided he wanted go out and work as a single which I thought was kind of crazy because I wrote all the sketches and it turns out that he'd gone round a certain from TV shows in Seoul. Some of our sketches a little be known to me without so much fred. Here's what I'm GonNa do yeah because I came home home. One night and my wife's was had watched. I think the Ed Sullivan Show or the Carol Burnett show. She said they did the funniest sketch where an actor was receiving an Academy Award and he thanked the person who did it stunts the person who did dancing and I said the person that is dramatic scenes and romantic accents. She's Yeah I said I wrote that that was our schedule gs but anyway a as as we traveled around one of the city's we played in Chicago Chicago. There was a club called the gate of Horn or Lenny Bruce had gone before us and they're folk acts and different type comics and producers and directors of Second City Chicago had happened to see us so they recasting talk show one time and they called our agent and wanted me to come in and audition. They were familiar with my work and I said Oh I can't do that. I I've and I've seen second city. I saw them when they first went to Broadway. I said there are so bright and they're so political and so they said well just come in and there's a bunch of guys and one of the guys I was with Robert Klein and they had a big group and they get two of us to get up and give us suggestions for improvisation and for some reason I kind of took to it. I'd never improvise before my life and by the end of the hour. They said what we have time for about about one more who wants to get up again without note. My hand was up. 'cause I was having so much fun so I went and I spent six months. I they signed me for six months in Chicago and I didn't want to leave. I had my eyes on being an off. Broadway Broadway star and I was rehearsing with another part of two two for another group. They said well. We'll leave a week but we have to fill this spot will leave a week open for you so I finally called some people in Chicago Caguas new and I said his second cities still relevant and they said Oh yeah so I reluctantly went off second city in Chicago and then after six months asked me to stay another six you know Broadway's waiting but I stayed a total of a year and when I got back I'd been back in New York a couple of weeks and got cast in.

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"fred s" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"fred s" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"He was with his nephew the morning after the raid and Hamptons apartment, and he saw the he he saw the aftermath. Yeah. Day. So there were papers strewn over the floor blood all over there was a trail of blood from where they police had dragged Fred's body and William O'Neil in this case Bill he says just stood there in shock, and he never thought it would come to this like all of his involvement with the FBI. He'd like we keep saying he didn't think it would be a massacre, and that's only to to speak to this person who has been I guess reviled throughout history. Now at this point, she'll as being the guy that set up Fred Hampton, painted his Judas. Yeah. And in in, you know, there's two sides and in a way he was. But in another way, he didn't understand and to be very clear to be crystal clear, the FBI actively conspired to to assassinate or to neutralize at the very least a twenty one year old boy for his political. Beliefs because they saw it as a threat to both the economic and the racial or social status quo of the United States. This also occurred during the Vietnam era where in Hampton and many others like him would be lumped together as potentially existential threats to the solvency of the nation..

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

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

05:09 min | 1 year ago

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

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"fred s" 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 s" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1

WCBS-FM 101.1

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"fred s" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1

"For that. Fred..