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"gilmartin" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

First Class Fatherhood

05:14 min | Last month

"gilmartin" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

"Fathers from i last father alec lease live attorney for usa joined by first-class father. Sean gilmartin thanksgiving you time here. Not a problem. Let's not like this year. How many kids do you have. How old so we got one daughter. She's a year and a half and You know it's it's quite a ride. Yeah i got four myself now. Did you guys know what you were having and you do like a gender reveal the end now. We didn't do any of the general staff. We both candidates want to do any of that so we did find out what it was so that was exciting exciting terrifying at saint. Yeah very cool. You guys play on any more one and done here No we're we're planning on Not sure the time line but you know we're letting eleven got and i love that is it. How would you say so far becoming. The father has kind of changed your perspective on life. Yeah i mean it's a big perspective shifts. You know you're no longer doing himself. Obviously that comes with getting married And then obviously when you have a child to its south was worth doing everything for the benefit of your child. Making sure they protected they're safe. Everything is geared towards making sure that their safety is number one. Well said what what would you consider to be there on the top values that you're hoping to instill in your door. Yeah i mean that's that's you know every every parent i think they want their child to be. You know morally sound individual. You know obviously with you know what my life does and everything. Everything's spotlight and big. So we we wanna make sure that she stays grounded Obviously our faith is very important to us so faithfully from god and jesus everything bad know just making sure that she has a fundamentally sound morally sound upbringing child yet you all a faith-based person myself my favorite part of the day i have four kids like i said my favorite part of the day is sitting down at the dinner table. We say prayers before dinner and and to me. I love spending that time. now. I got Bring this up here to like. We had a little thing at the white house here. Where we they confuse you for me. I shouted out at the end of the briefing. And i was nervous because i was in the breathing trying to get to fall on me for question. I can only imagine what it must be like to sit there and watch your wife. We're all these people ask you. Why did you what is it. How do you go through. What are the emotions that you feel when you're watching her especially when she was president. I think it's obviously you kind of take some of the things personal a little bit but you gotta understand it. You know it's just a job You know all while. They're doing their job from the media. Standpoint i get it may not agree with it but i get You know it's it's tough but you know you just gotta go with Especially on the stuff with social media stuff that they get that they go through search. She goes to you. Know it stinks but at the same time you know just got to walk it out. Yeah i mean. I see it on a much smaller scale than you do. I mean just when i interview certain guests at certain people on the show. I'll get hammered. Or i know you know what that's all about green it back into use dad your. What does your bedtime routine likely. Dr you storyteller you book reader lullaby guy at his bedtime so our bedtime we try to keep this the same routine as much as possible You know with what kaley does. And what i do a lot of times. It's a lot of stuff on the road a lot of face. Time you on the phone together as a family unit. We always do. She has a little. You know bible book that we always read a passage from there While she's we change diaper pajamas on and she's drinking bedtime milk or whatever while we do bedtime story with you know from the bible verse and we cerebration. We're always doing that every single night before you go to bed so that that kind of goes back and brings it back into you making sure that she has fundamentally morally sound. Really good stuff and what about yourself. Here kind of plans goes. Do you have your yourself future so as of right now Still playing I signed a minor league deal with the minnesota twins. Not too long ago so working get back to that. That's exciting love doing it. I'm gonna try to play as long as i can until they take informed from me. So that's that's on a personal level. That's that's me. i wanna maintain. I can do feel playing as long as i can. Awesome a lasting. I wanna hit you with your show. And i love to ask on the and again on the podcast. What type of advice do you have that new dad or for that about to be. Who's out there. Listen get all the advice from as many parents because no matter no matter what no matter what anybody tells you. It's you're never as you are. But i would just say get as much advice from his many people's possibly we'll set him up the message. There's been an honor for me. I gotta say showing your first place while the all the way. Thank you so much. Thank you appreciate it.

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"gilmartin" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

First Class Fatherhood

02:03 min | Last month

"gilmartin" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

"Is your first time. Listening to the podcast. Please get over there and banging that subscribe but you do not want to miss only actually right here on first-class fatherhood all right as it got a little bit of a back story here with today's guest sean. Gilmartin sean is a major league baseball player. Whose wife happens to be former white house. Press secretary kaley mcenaney last year during one of my many trips to the white house with press credentials. I was in the room. During one of keighley's press briefings. I was standing in the back raising my hand hoping we could get a question in no such luck but as the briefing came to a close. I knew that the white house correspondents start shouting negative little catcalls at her as she leaves the podium and she really just hammered them good so i was pretty sure that she was going to get the normal calls. Like where's your mask. When trump resign you know. So i decided not today so she left the podium. I shouted out you crush that kaley which came out more like you. Crushed the katie. Because i was a little nervous every head in that briefing room. Snap back to take a look at who it was and the gentleman standing next to me began to leave and i was so focused on what question i was going to ask kaliev. She had called on me. That i hadn't even realized her husband. Sean gilmore was standing right next to me the entire time i ran outside and caught up with sean. Just outside the oval office introduced myself and invite him on the podcast. Afterwards i went across the street to get a cup of coffee in the white house. Called me on the phone and asked me if i was the guy from first-class fatherhood and if i shouted out you rush kaley. I said yeah that was me. I asked him if i was in any trouble. And the woman said no no. We just needed to confirm who yelled it. Apparently white house journalists were already up to their old tricks. They're they will reporting that. It was keighley's husband sean morton who yelled it as if he was just cheering on his wife during the press briefing and so a little after the phone call. The white house emailed everybody. Everyone of the correspondence stating that. It wasn't fact allah a first-class father who shouted it. And not sean. But they don't call them the fake news for nothing folks later on that night on my train ride home back to jersey. My wife called to say anderson. Cooper was on cnn reporting that it was katie's husband who shouted it while they were showing a video of both of us standing in the back of the freemen room and she left the briefing room. A voice was heard to say you crushed it. Kelly was her husband. He'd been there the entire time in the cramped space now. Cain corrected this immediately on twitter saying.

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"gilmartin" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

01:46 min | 6 months ago

"gilmartin" Discussed on Never Not Funny

"Was the this point. I don't care check out the walls and remember the bosses. He's still bonus fucking mind. I know he's bucket. Help them goes to enjoy this. You're not getting ice. You're supposed to be fucking shoot. Tops has been established in the past. It is enjoyable song and it's hard not to. It's a great talk All right paul guests were rogue. What garin. I'm trying to fuck it in the show. I know i was just gonna say the shoe tops or a great band. I don't know if you guys remember them to go back to this. I tried i could have saved. You could've save you from that. I enjoyed it karen. I think it was a great joke. I actually don't i agree. I thought it was a great joke to if wasn't stepping on closing the show i would have laughed at it as opposed to pretending to be angry at it. All right. listen. Paul martin's been our guest listen to his. Podcast meant a mental illness. Happy hour. It's terrific paul's terrific honor. That he's my friend. Proud edge my buddy and thrilled that. He took time out of his day to join us here today. other than spitting and other hockey players faces during pandemic paul. Thanks for being here. Lubbock as as always dr. Don't run away. We'll say goodbye to you off the air on behalf israeli journey business. I need to tell. I think we're covered everything else. There's another drill. Listen put your mask on. Quit fucking around behalf of the pop culture. That's garin cockroach tallish california. That's the lacy skeptic ellie hofburg holding other ford headquarters that is matt belknap and our great friend also in sherman oaks. That is my buddy paul. Gilmartin i m jimmy pardo. We'll see you next time on the podcast. Ak47 gone.

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"gilmartin" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

02:49 min | 6 months ago

"gilmartin" Discussed on Never Not Funny

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"gilmartin" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

01:35 min | 6 months ago

"gilmartin" Discussed on Never Not Funny

"Would. He would probably do that. Actually i think he's driven more by the the adoration of people then he is by money. we drive a richard martin or donald trump then trump icing. Because i don't know what. What is richard do for a living. I forget what mr martin for letting now. He's a congressman. That's right okay i boy. He's been in their longtime longtime jim. Well as constituents much appreciate what he's doing for them that's what it sounds like to me. all right. Let's let's get to Oliver's trivia question on that please alert to people that that's happened okeydokey Oh you know what. We have a shortened version of the theme. Let's see if this is you know we. We've been playing this new team from not jodi dammit nathan iffy and you were mocking it. For being way way way too long but so he sent us a A short of the massachusetts dicky's that's right. Yeah one of the original mayflower mayflower families the deficit. Let's see here. I actually went to the email to see if we have a location. We don't it's a good question here. I probably have it somewhere but okay here. We go This is this is called trivia time short version. You decide appetite for this.

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"gilmartin" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

08:23 min | 6 months ago

"gilmartin" Discussed on Never Not Funny

"There might be some are. They probably wouldn't admit it but you do see the ice much better. When you don't have a visor or cage. The problems with visors. You can see certainly better than than a cage but visors have a tendency to fog up. That's kind of the issue with them. But but if if everybody's wearing it like let's say it's required. Isn't that everybody on the same playing field if everybody's having the same difficulty seeing the ice or not yeah. Yeah and the nhl. Now they've required visors. Some people are grandfathered in but One of the ways that they kind of get around it is that they tilt their helmet back and it doesn't really affect their their vision but there was a guy i don't know a day or two ago on the nhl that Basically lost All of his his teeth you can see in his mouth took one shift off and came back tongs crazy. It's a refresh our memory you want to show. And the the. The coach of the blackhawks was there right. You formed nice friendship with him if not mistake that experience with us again very close. Darryl sutter was the coach of the blackhawks. It is celebrity golf tournament and A little bit of stand up and afterwards He gave me his phone number and said yep. Yeah you know. You wanna come to a hawks game or whatever which is amazing for darryl sutter. Who is an natori kerr mudgene. Oh and so. I gave him a ring one night and i go. Hey what's going on. he goes. Well we big blackhawks fan. We go on the ice and five minutes. You call the coach five minutes before the game or whatever it match. Yes Did you ever follow up on that though. Never call them again. Right never called him again. Idiots martin and nutshell that's it. Here's the other opposite of it. That i never did laird. Hamilton gave me his phone number. And said if you ever wanna learn how to serve. Give me a call. Oh never took him all you got to explain to these philistines hamilton. You because they mocked me. I i said i have a celebrity citing and it was laird hamilton and they all mocked me for saying he was a celebrity history before paul backs you up. I just wanted to tell you that. I thought laird. Hamilton was another comedian. Who happen to know how to serve. That's that's what i take away from. What he just said. You still don't know who it is still even though we we talked about this for our one week i mean now i do but before that no he he if there were pictures in the dictionary he would-be under alpha male. He's the most famous big wave surfer in the world married to gabby reese. pioneered Windsurfing he was the guy that decided to put straps on the surfboard. So that you could Go faster and get into big waves that otherwise would be impossible to paddle into and they didn't call them. Call them the premise. Did you ever to be fair. i had Taken a hit in hockey and i had bruised ribs and the thought of laying on a surfboard with a bruised ribs. Kind of Yeah turn me off to. By the way i don't really i. This week was at this week. Or maybe i just saw the video for the first time. This week there is. Somebody broke the record for the highest wave. I think our friend. Richard blade posted this on twitter than the guy that broke it. No i'm saying i bail. It's over my head. Look at this guy. And i think it was one hundred fifty foot wave possibly in it is. It gave me like my heart. Started pounding watching this thing. It's just was so amazing. Was it in harare. I wanna say. It was lake michigan. But i don't know a lot about surfing. That sounds right in the surfer. Was jed. The fish are folded symbol. Appreciate how great joke is. But i hope they do not google google. That's so funny. Because one of the things i watch almost obsessively on youtube is big wave surfing. I missed that Maybe it's one that richard blade discovered from seventeen years ago. I don't know Kai lenny it was maya gabeira. This happened in september of two thousand twenty middle pandemic. she's out there is a. I assume it's a woman. Maya brazilian brazilian paul's at Help you at all. And and where did it happen. What what lake this was. Garin can hear paul jimmy. It was a seventy three and a half foot. Wave one hundred fifty from wait. My rode the wave of on february eleventh. Twenty twenty in an inaugural wwl nezar tow surfing challenge event and prior. Del norte portugal. And that's probably the waved. They call nazareth. Which is mindblowing. Mindblowing wave. Yeah they also they measure waves from the back of it to the front of it. They don't measure the face of it so the face of the wave might have been one hundred fifty. Okay paul what's the biggest wave you have you ever. did you ever serve. It was just bodyboarding for you. Never i served a couple of times. But i have trouble getting up a once on the surfboard. Do okay from all the snowboarding and skateboarding. But getting up. When you're starting is really difficult and especially when you're an older guy. But i at the probably the biggest wave i ever Boogie board in was in hawaii. I wanna say it was probably maybe a six eight face and that that tested the limits of my stomach but skirted the hell out of you. It was fun also being in hawaii. It's a very very Territorial place and White people are certainly not their favourite people to come. So i was a little worried about that but i picked a spot that was a little more public and a little less Localized when you say you're worried about that is there. is there. Fear of being murdered out on the seas fear of getting your ass kicked for sure all your double a double man. What are they. What are they going. Be you up. Because maybe i dropped in on their wave. And they're tired of People coming and shitting on hawaiian culture and buying property. And you know just being douche bags but once you're back on the beach and they see your some dumpy host from tbs. Don't they go. we're not. We're not going to bother you. Go about your day joe. You're hoagie all you had to do was no it's me. It's it's paul gilmartin from dinner and a movie. Oh hey you're fine beans and corn bread map right there. There was one day that i was paddling out and just was having the worst for i. I didn't know it at the time. But i was kind of caught in. I guess what would be the opposite of riptide because a riptide will pull you out into the water. No matter how hard you're paddling to try to get back in this was kind of the opposite of it and after about a half hour of trying to paddle out these two guys just tattled up to me and went bro. It ain't meant to be damage was worse. That's good martinis take time away from the mental health Happy hour mental illness. Happier my apologies. There's so many out there now are they. They're all writing martin's coattails he was the first in on this.

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"gilmartin" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

07:20 min | 6 months ago

"gilmartin" Discussed on Never Not Funny

"It's it's winter thirty seconds. And i can't forward That is infuriated. And i've told you about the ones that i've actually come across and i've seen other people talk about where it's an entire episode of something and you can't get right. Yeah for somebody. Somebody posted thing. It was like six hours or eight hours of an unstoppable piece of content before something. I don't know how you ended up watching. It has that i've never encountered that. But i've encountered the thirty minute ones. Does it concern you. Guys that guarantee suspiciously quiet. This conversation is he are you. Are you spying for facebook. What are you doing this. Because i'm waiting for the moment where i can actually ask you about this. Rotator reliever thing but i don't. You guys are saying everything i would take. I don't have anything to contribute. Because you're saying exactly what. I would say this exact same situation i to skip otherwise i let it goes so therefore proving what the people are saying that the internet week could let you go. It wouldn't affect their show. We're discussing youtube bads probably good written your own piggly though sounds like it. Sounds like gareth's -able maybe we should just click on his face. You see if he goes away I will that's very specific. I'm on board for it that way. What are you doing with the fucking charades. I was to skip garrod. But you understand. What's a good is distracted. Lister in the viewer. Hated doing a fucking thing and your square. I have an idea for you for elliot. He's video guy. He's he's learned his way around the the publishing on youtube. Maybe you should start a Your own mind channel. Got a bad idea. Just person on tv all things get it all out. Just get all your silent film comedy out of your system before you come here. We can't get back in the studio long enough. So i can get soon enough being so i can get behind that fucking panel again so i don't have to see that bullshit. Yes he's been happening right. That's the difference. I'm actually shocked. He hasn't put some kind of facade up. That looks like that already. Oh did he gets up early early on. I had that. And then i was. I was told all right fine. Don't do that. Yeah you know what let's go. Did you still have that available. Let's maybe go back to that. I i like the idea of that. Now that have you back to wilson from home improvement. We just digest. See your eyebrows back to the old days were. Oh elliott has something to say is i just made a move. He just groucho. D- that's going to be We've talked about that show recently and how i never watched it I've saw moments of it and honestly if even if the rest of the show was brilliant. That's a deal breaker for me. It's so frustrating when there's kind of showing someone but not fully showing them like don't show dot that's the fun. It's the running joke. I never see the guy he ever see that. That's fun when it's You know george wentz on cheers or whatever was her name. I don't think it's fun at all by. I accept it as a as a trope. When it's an offscreen person and the joke is you never see them. They're just referred to but when you're like half the The the times that i flip to it it just looked like a mistake. Almost it was just like man moved the fucking camera. I can't see his full because you could see like half of it. Yeah that's the premise. It's like hate it. it's also because he'd ever seen him either. Like tim never sees that either so he's always trying to see him how really It was funny apparently so it became a thing where he was us he he was he was living are nightmare of not being able to get the satisfaction into with millions of dollars. So that's true. Knock on his front door you know. I think they may have done that. Once he hit he had like a little people that he slid halfway down or something they did. Try to keep the joke going. Yes he would show up at the tool shop at the hardware store. Sometimes and he'd be behind you imagine how much they would've loved this pandemic with. They could've put all could have been out and about. Yeah finally he can roam freely All right let's let's By the you brought up george went. We watched a colombo last night from the nineties They're the only ones that we have three of the nineties. Columbus left which are not anywhere near as good as the ones from the seventy s. Just not not even close. The writers didn't understand the premise of the program. But george went was the was the killer. that's not giveaway there. It's the premise of the thing. You know the killer is immediately and a true to george windfarm. Awful awful boring gland. I literally can't go to can't go toe to toe with peter falk like just to one guy brilliant actor and the other guy getting by on one role and great. You're lucky that he ever got. He knew he was perfectly cast though on chairs like that. That's the the secret is that they saw him. They they they've read his energy correctly. And said this is the this is what we want for this and it worked brilliantly and show the great there was such great writing on cheers that dislike almost impossible to fuck it up and But yeah. I don't know. I'll take your word for it because i don't know if i've seen enough to save her that he's just a bad actor but i will say you can't see him as anything else regardless of whether he's good or not you can't look at him and not think of norm. Yeah he's certainly Pigeonholed into that role but remember. I didn't watch it with your kids. I think it was santa paws or whatever it was called. Were key plays santa claus and i think the guys my local mall could have done a better job like he is just. He just isn't a good actor. But as danielle pointed out on cheers he he delivers you knows how to deliver a one liner. And he's great at it and so he I just thought of something that ties back into what we're talking about before. I did see him recently in another role which was abusive father in the black or white video. Wow it at the beginning. there's a little By the way. I tony this. I'm i'm about. Maybe two weeks away from going back to school and writing a dissertation on the just the intro like music videos that have nonmusical intro scenes. It's like a fascinating thing. That is almost never done well. They're almost always terrible. Is the acting bad. everything about is bad. But it's it's it's so crazy to watch the ones that you forgot existed or ones that they never showed because it was just like they discovered went right to the song part but in in black or white which i think the full version is like fifteen minutes long of of the full video but that part of it is macaulay. Culkin rockin out in his room listening to some rock and roll music as Kids are want to do and His dad's downstairs trying to watch the sports game and Comes up and says turn that down and you just get a window into you. Know the abuse that michael jackson must have suffered to constantly be working that plotline and everything that you mean But yeah he's He's convincing as an asshole. I bought it. I was i was on boy. I tell you where he was..

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"gilmartin" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

05:08 min | 6 months ago

"gilmartin" Discussed on Never Not Funny

"A winner today. Winner winner right in this area here. Let's have dinner Wasn't here's the deal but we work. We're on vacation this week. That's the premise. We are on vacation but we still wanted to put out some episode shorter episode kind of a gang adjacent episode. We got paul gilmartin joining us in a little bit. It'd shorter the premises. We have not taken a any off in a year. We usually take a vacation in july or whatever but we did not because of the pandemic and we just keep rolling through it But you know we're there's times where people need to recharge the battery so that's what we're what we're doing here. I of course we'll be sitting around doing nothing. Brought my goddamn skull Wishing we were doing live shows And while the other guys who do more of the technical side of it We'll take the welcome relief. Gary will be doing less than it usually does so Everybody's got a plan is my point. That's interesting because i thought the purpose of this was To clear your mind of how sick you are of our bullshit and west. Listen that is always on the table. That is always. It's a give and take it's like you you you you. You will be bored and have nothing to do. And yet you won't have to put up with our bullshit for one week. So that's nice. It'll be well listen. There's no question that would probably gonna have to interact some point or we're going to get some a last minute email saying please. We need these ads by clock. And you're going to be you. You'll be some sort of a log cabin recording do. I don't know what we're tenting. You're going to do None of that. Just just get away from three asphalt because all we're doing and what i will be doing is prepping to At the end of this week that we're the week that this w- episode will air. I have to fantasy. Baseball draft's and so it will be prepping for those two On the other side of it we're coming off of the number. Napanee draft happened a few days ago based on this episode getting released So that is phenomenon and other lead by the way that one that i mentioned i joined it When i started conan conan league it's called hiatus league. It's a group of guys that started at during when there. Were they all work together at who wants to be a millionaire and during a hiatus they decided to start fantasy baseball league and then as time as all fantasy baseball leagues people leave and come in and so on and so forth so they had an opening. I think in two thousand ten or eleven j. p. buck who's the talent booker over there at Conan asked me if i be interested joined It's a head to head league. Which i don't care for i think it's That's the amateur way play. Fantasy baseball and my goal was to always. I always was as soon as win. I'm out. I just want to prove to these mother. Fuckers beat them and then i will leave so last year it was only a sixty game thing and we went to head to head. We went to the standard rodeo. I'm not gonna be everybody with that means but we went through the standard real way the way that men play fantasy baseball and who won i did i crushed everybody. I crushed everybody. I mean another way. I didn't win. I crushed that bananas. How well how how much i destroyed some could argue that Some guys didn't know where it all that interesting because it was a cold season. Some guys didn't really participate. Maybe that's possible. But anyway i won. Then i'd say well. I can't do what i wanted to do and say f. you i'm leaving 'cause i got to defend my title. I at least have to do that. They'll recovering this up is poor. Jp buck is trying to coordinate twelve people to get together for not a full draft online which by other by the way the other three leagues. I'm in we do it. Online draft that wanted to of them take ten hours and one of them will take about five hours and somehow miraculously those twelve dudes are able to find the time to figure out when window that jp book. Apparently these guys are the busiest fucking human beings on the planet and he's given in the next two weeks. What are your sales. And he put together nights grid an ice chart and he's keeping okay on particular day looking good not looking good after four o'clock possible before three mike. He's doing all this stuff because everybody is throwing him a unnecessary curve balls and one. I don't even know the this guy if you listen to the show i don't know and if he does he's going to this one dickhead on a day that it looks like it is possible to be available he goes. I'm open but i'd rather be watching golf. Then get the fuck out of the league. Kick rocks you prick. And how long does this league need to your point met. This league is only going to draft the first five rounds via zoom two hours. You need two hours. That's all you need and poor again. Poor j. p. and put this out a week ago and it's now seven days later and one team hasn't even injured it and it's like what the fuck are you guys do. Hr this guy. Let's give this guy who fucking break it. So i know what it's like. I know what it's like to book this show and people email or not healing back. I know what it's like to coordinate. Those two of the fantasy leagues..

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"gilmartin" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

08:06 min | 8 months ago

"gilmartin" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"The demonic swirling vortex of perfect horror entertainment. That is shudder. Thank you shudder. You have this in sight about yourself. That's so wonderful and You're not trying to pretend you're you're doing great. You're not putting you're not trying to but also it seems like you are doing great. It seems like you've found this practice. what you just did. That's that helps me because mother fuck this shit man. I the every single winter. I think this will be the one through. It's not gonna hit me this year and then this year for because i'm up in the mountains for awhile i'm like it's beautiful yet. Looks like it was just l. a. Or new york when i was living there. Whatever the winner was before. But this time no way and then the leaves go in the juries or like just scraping bones in the fuck and winding. Everything's frosted and crunching. And it's i. It's it's like ice. It's the physical manifestation of the depression. The trees are depressed. Everything dead dying. Yeah yeah. I know color. No the color getting getting sucked out of everything. And you know you just talked about used the phrase in your you're doing great and it just occurred to me when you said that that it is possible that you can be doing great while not feeling great. Yes yes never occurred to me until you said that. I learned it from that thing i told you. Choke him trump other licking the razor with honey you. It's like for me. And they're armed teaching. The revolutionary shift for me was not that it annihilated the fact that sometimes. I'm looking up at the mountains of north carolina and just thinking. That's the most hideous shit i've ever seen in my life. This place is dead death. Dad dad dad what have we. What is this while simultaneously being like very happy. And i can or turbulence. We have a baby coming. Our our places do small all these three dogs and two little boys in a wife and a me and you know and all the reality stuff the thing that you and i correct me if i'm wrong here but i feel like you have a kind of skeptical since when it comes to sp- modern spirituality. Am i wrong about batters. No no but sometimes i think i limit myself because i get annoyed by people that ask that. I judge their version of spirituality. As kind of hollywood navel-gazing gotcha okay way of of spirituality. And and and that's that's being judge judgmental and again. I didn't realize that until i was interviewing you and you talked about any form of seeking is great even if it's Selfish and know quote unquote wrong right. Well yeah because we have to die ideas. We have to open the door. That's it like we all are welcome. Come on it. everybody's we want you off. You know and i needed to be reminded that sometimes the thing i'm looking for i couldn't have found it unless i found things that i needed to throw away on my way there right right i you need the first riding a joke you need. You need the fact. That's all you have an audience you know that's the whole process. He got it. It's a it's a process of refinement. I guess you could say that being said when all maybe welcome but once they come in. You don't have to be like you're awesome. That makes sense and one of the things in modern spirituality that i find to be on one level just annoying but on another level really dangerous. Is this poor trail of a human being is something. Where if there's legitimate what they call your being negative. Can't you see the beauty in the world. That kind of thing this. And they don't say it that overtly usually it's a more insidious toxic subtle implication that you're a broken robot because you're not enjoying the thing where it's like but when i see the winter trees i think of the promise of spring like shut the fuck you. Fuck you really. You're going to see death. And i'm okay. Just see a death that to me. That's where i feel cynical or skeptical about any form of so-called spirituality that doesn't allow for the self to simultaneously hate the winter and also love existence. Love the whatever it may be you know and so the next question i had for you is what do you do. You have some sense of there being a divine mind or a guy if you do you are you a god person. I use the word. God for first shorthand but me. I believe it's probably really really complicated. Law of the universe. That i will never be able to wrap my head around and so it's it's more like a source of energy and kind of use. The universe is a big tube of chemicals. And we've been given the ability to change Our charge so that we interact differently with the other chemicals in the universe then when our charge or vibration. Whatever you wanna call it is More accepting that pathways. Open up in the in the universe rather than do than the sky with a you know. Microsoft outlook and a frustrated secretary. Right yeah this is. The i like this conceptualization of things i in. Sometimes i do think oh whatever it is. It's going to be a trillion times weirder than your weirdest idea of what it could possibly be. But today i was thinking about. I guess i was thinking like god. It's so crazy that now marijuana's getting legal like a law should be a universal thing. You know it shouldn't be like all of a sudden murders legal. It's not like they're like actually murdering great but marijuana. It's like wow like there's people who their entire lives were destroyed for doing a thing that now people are admitting isn't wrong at all and then what's that feel like for somebody who's in jail right now with ten more years to go on their marijuana sentence not great. It doesn't feel great. You know the whole someone who has loved psychedelics to suddenly see news stories of our. Oh we're going to start researching. Dvd to treat depression. Cilla sivan to treat addiction all these things and having come up in the war on drugs where i was made to feel like a drug a drug a monstrous drug.

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"gilmartin" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

01:40 min | 8 months ago

"gilmartin" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"Eight eight message and data rates may apply backed by a ten year warranty friends and it's free shipping and returns. You've got gotta try it out. This is something straight out of the singularity. It's like the singularity spit out of mattress. Thank you bull okay france. Let's dive in today's podcast. Probably most of your experiencing some kind of madness right now or in one of the most. Bizarre turbulent creepy weird exciting annoying irritating and inconvenient and terrifying time periods at least in my human experience and Most people. I know in some way shape or former A little wobbled so to speak. Which is why the mental illness. Happy hour is a fantastic resource. If you find yourself feeling isolated or freakish or like some kind of mutant it's nice to realize that lots of people yours truly included have some pretty intense glitches in their operating system. I hope if you haven't already subscribe to it that you will subscribe to the mental illness. Happy hour and now everybody please. Welcome to the dt. F h paul. Gil martin.

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"gilmartin" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

02:52 min | 8 months ago

"gilmartin" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"Greetings my sweet lovers. I do love every single one of you. It is i d true. Sal and this is the duct trussell family our podcast and i have reproduced again. The term reproduction is not there right word for it though. Is it reproduction. Sounds like something you do at a furniture warehouse. It doesn't really serve as a a linguistic structure that can successfully encapsulate the entire continuum from fucking birth reproduction. Who said that sounds like. The most boring square on earth came up with that term. We need a better word for it. It's some combination of the sound of rainbows turned into water spraying against rocks made of trembling meet in blood. It is the collision of every single thing. Death life shit. Blood screams excitement joy. We being exaltation depression confusion everything. In between it's in fact the frac of all life itself is sort of compressed down into those moments that a child is born into the world. When i was not a breeder i had a completely different idea of the entire situation. I didn't know that what we're dealing with here was the forge of existence itself. At least i'm human level. I didn't know that if you are going to be in a birthing room. You're going to be in some combination. Xanadu meets aliens. And i didn't know that when you found yourself to recklessly. In the periphery of the sort of big bang. That is the birth of any being that you would suddenly experience energetic. Systems that defy. You're ability articulate them which. I don't really like that. I think i always refer to something. Choke him trump rinpoche. She said which is that. If you find yourself believing that because you can't describe something you've encountered them miraculously than you might as well burn candles to your own confusion. But in this case maybe i'll come up with the words for at some point. But i just don't think there's right now good words at least in the english language for it. I mean we're talking about the sound of a trillion wales blowing holy water out of their blow holes into the face of jesus. We got a great podcast for you today. Paul gilmartin host the mental illness. Happy hour is here with us today. We're going to jump right into it. The first.

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"gilmartin" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

Mental Illness Happy Hour

03:31 min | 3 years ago

"gilmartin" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

"Welcome to episode four zero seven with my guest. So FIA Alexandra Paul Gilmartin. This is the mental illness. Happy hour normally give you guys bunch of bullshit upfront about where you can find this. And that and I was going to give you some updates on my life and stuff like that up front, but I'm going to do that after the interview, and I just want to read this thing that was written by a former guest. Her name is Colegio bozo. And she's in the movie the S word, which is about. Suicide and suicide survivors, and she wrote this thing that is just so beautiful. I wanted to read it, and it's an excerpt from book that she and some other people are putting together on she's a co editor of it. It's called we'd been too patient in theology of voices from radical mental health, and that's supposed to be out in the summer of twenty nineteen from North Atlantic books through penguin Random House and. The piece she wrote is called. She wasn't crazy. And it goes is that we're supposed to say. And it goes a little something. Like this goes, she wasn't crazy, but the world had a way of making her feel so you try being a black Goth girl in Stone Mountain, Georgia, she liked vampires and Morrissey and how the darkness wrapped around her like a warm familiar blanket. She was always too sensitive and reactive felt every feeling at high voltage. She wasn't crazy. But she said, whatever the fuck she wanted spilled words spilled words from her lips like red wine on the white carpets. She left many stains. They called her crazy k and it stuck she never slept. She crawled up fire escapes to hang off the edge longingly looking down she flirted with death. She wanted to know if she let go if she would be free. She imagined the place where all people loved her. She wasn't crazy. But when grandma the ultimate matriarch who kissed her thick I lined. Case. And marveled at her choice of combat boots with fish nets died the darkness welled up and started choking her. She wanted to stop the world and get off when the world ends. But you're still alive. There is something crazy about that. She was thirteen when she wrote her first suicide note, it was on a post it. She wasn't crazy. But succinct as fuck she wasn't crazy. Just honest. She didn't want to live. She got messy, and a friend found the note and called her mom, all her mom could say is why why why why why baby the words left her was she crazy, but she didn't feel crazy. They stripped her down like an animal took her shoelaces put her on suicide watch while she squirmed on an uncomfortable cop. She felt crazy then the psych ward for kids smelled like every hospital bleach with the stench of death and disappointment even in this place. There was psych ward hierarchy they separated the kids the frail looking teens never made eye contact..

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"gilmartin" Discussed on Your Mom's House

Your Mom's House

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"gilmartin" Discussed on Your Mom's House

"I have the decency to do it in the parking her go to the roof parking were nobody is and now at went on and on and i never get auditions and it's like all of us in its is steven soderbergh movie i'm auditioning for so i as a super excited and i do this uh republican character sometimes for for comedy and i thought this case perfect for this audition this this part is perfect for this this guy and i'm like there's nobody more perfect for this i'm going to get this it's steven soderbergh it's probably going to be an awardwinning movie that parts going to be but i'm probably going to get an award for the then i i'm yet ripping imagining might not only me giving an award speech but me arguing with people the next day i forgot to include in my speed wall i'm waiting to go in on the fucking audition and and i go in there and on mohora bowl horrible i don't even get a call back i feel so good i know that i'm not alone because i've had like i've had those same fantasies and mike have thought about like what i wear a tux or whatever the road ruin like and take myself through the whole thing absolutely and then you like then you get the call like dactually they they didn't even say about audition they acknowledge that you others and tried to find out and they don't remember you are in line and just say now that moment you had for those view never heard a paul gilmartin or the mental illness happy hour that's basically like what your show is is having these moments of being painfully honest and yes and i should have mentioned sorry earlier you're also standup comedian you been on television a million things that wisit dinner and a movie that was the thing that probably most people know me from yes comedy central halfhour and stuff like that of and kristan that they're anymore um yes when i'm not a doing anything i'm at the christian science reading room oddly enough i read through a monocle.

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"gilmartin" Discussed on Your Mom's House

Your Mom's House

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"gilmartin" Discussed on Your Mom's House

"All go martin tears has now have this is supposed to go all right let's stop by all right so uh we re settled um and you want to introduce our guest the asa with us is fantastic paul gilmartin from the mental illness happy hour cloud for paul i mean that we do this how did your awkward silence that's usually it is an and then then you guys if that each other's podcast yeah he's been a guess on that i i've been a guest on his show and i thought why not have them on your mom's house is a perfect fit don't vote of myself none of that trailed yes i think that if you if you ever need to guess i'd love to do you're podcast so i'm happy i learned my lesson spending last year alone on christmas eve christmas in my birthday you know one of these stubborn beak up needs speak up i hang out in stubborn about that shit more times and i'd like to admit in my life about like now i'll just stay here and and now just show everybody by staying here not saying what i want right yeah then i can't be rejected yeah and it get to know my video game yeah exactly abo finding new porn clip a in athens aggrey we have a we were just playing this poran clip called ball hogs it said earlier with well there's a line of uh i mean you're familiar with the term ball hogg in terms of escorts yes i guess somebody who won't pass the ball right so there's a a series adult series called ball hogs.

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"gilmartin" Discussed on The Art of Charm

The Art of Charm

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"gilmartin" Discussed on The Art of Charm

"Right and i liked that though i like the royal duck great big thank you to paul gilmartin his show is called the mental illness happy hour of course that will be linked up in the shown notes for this episode and if you enjoy this don't forget to thank paul on twitter we'll have that linked in the show notes as well tweeted me your number one take away from paul gilmartin i'm at the art of charm on twitter i'm also on instagram at jordan harbinger and as usual we have worked sheets for today's episodes you can make sure you've got all the key takeaways from paul gilmartin this one of course a lot of deep stuff feared a lot of stuff you can readily apply even if you're not sure how or where to start that linked to the work sheets is in the show notes at the art of trump dot com slash podcast also want to encourage you to join us in our challenge at the art of charm dot com slash challenge the challenge is about improving your networking and your connection skills and inspiring other people to develop personal and professional relationships with you it's free it's a great way to get the ball rolling get some forward momentum and apply to things you're learning here on the show to your life every day will also send you are fundamental toolbox that i mentioned earlier on the show which in clues great practical stuff ready to apply right out of the box on reading body language non verbal communication influence persuasion tactics and everything else that we teach here on the show and at the art of charm this will make you a better networker a better connector and a better thinker that's all at the art of charm dot com slash challenge this episode of the art of charm was produced by jason to fillipo jason sanderson as our audio engineer and editor in the show notes on the website are by robert fogaty transcriptions by transcription outsourcing dot nets i'm your host jordan harbinger if you can think of anyone who might benefit from the episode you just heard please pay us the highest compliment and pay it forward by sharing this episode with that person it only takes a moment and great ideas are meant to be shared so she other show with friends and enemies leave everything and everyone better than you found them.

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"gilmartin" Discussed on The Art of Charm

The Art of Charm

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"gilmartin" Discussed on The Art of Charm

"It's impossible to overstate the importance of finding out what principles you want to live your life by and seeing how you can integrate those into your life welcome to the art of charm i'm jordan harbinger and i'm here with producer jason to filipo on this episode we're talking with paul gilmartin he's the host in producer of the mental illness happy hour podcast funny name for a really introspective an interesting podcasts he's known for brutal honesty authenticity and transparency it's a bit outside our usual fair today but this is informative nonetheless and in an enjoyable well in its own way conversation we'll explore the ripple effect that a traumatic childhood can have on the life of an adult and what we might do to move forward from this and will discover the role that social intelligence and a code of ethics plays in guiding behavior that might otherwise be clouded by emotion there's a lot here a lot of it is very personal to paul and because of that is much more useful than generalities and sort of general selfhelp tips in advice so enjoy this episode with paul gilmartin and of course we have the work sheets for today's episode in shown on so you can make sure you solidify your understanding of the key takeaways here today that link is in the show notes at the art of charm dot com slash podcast paul thanks for coming back on the show man and has been several years and i wanted to think we're a better place now let's both tell ourselves that yes i feel like it's really easy to look back on old work and say that was crap you're comedian do you did that yourself all the time i feel like i did it to myself all the time did so painful sometimes to go back and listen to old shows it kills me because i added them i have to do it i actually started coming up with a character in the podcast called mean dj voice which was the voice in my head when i would be reporting that was jewish shouting at me or this is shit what are you doing this is awful nobody cares about this and so i started introducing new listeners to this voice in my head in almost everybody related because almost every.

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"gilmartin" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

Mental Illness Happy Hour

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"gilmartin" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

"Welcomed episode three thirty eight with my guest chelsea frank a we're gonna talk about being fat shamed by parents on bullied at school a talk about eating disorders and uh this great episode i might name maybe i should start off by introducing myself i'm paul gilmartin martin in this i don't like the way i said my name there as weird i got a little selfconscious i'm paul gilmartin and this is the metal illness happy hour the place for honesty about all the battles in their heads from medically diagnose conditions past traumas and sexual dysfunction to every day compulsive negative thinking the shows not meant to be a substitute for professional metal counseling i am not a therapist uh this is in the doctor's office it's more like waiting room that doesn't suck half the show is interview and the other half is me reading confessions on an secrets from listeners uh through the surveys the people fill out and honestly online um i want to remind you guys a la pod fast is soon approaching off semi soon couple months away a tober six through eight la pod fest is can be happening downtown la and for people who are monthly donors of through patriotic on i have a booked a hotel room that hybridity raffling off offer monthly donors so uh a probably announce in the next week or two exactly how that's that ravellis is going to take place but it's an ice hotel it's the millennium hotel in downtown la.

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