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"glenn dan" Discussed on DISGRACELAND
"Killer. In. Chicago Christmas time. Patches cloud admits to raping, murdering and burying on his property approximately thirty young men and boys. The latest star Chris Year serial killer, Ted Bundy finally under arrest facing the death penalty in Florida after murdering and assaulting. Girls. Strangler in Los Angeles remains at large just last month the world was rattled by the Jones now map suicide and the month before at the brutal murder of fancy spungen by Rockstar. Is. The year, and then up until the very last day, it seems prompting many bike. A. Jerry only was making pasta for his friend Sid vicious infamous Bass player for the sex pistols who is rumored to have killed his girlfriend Nancy sponge. City, just getting out of jail that day the word was he was gonNA fight the case Mick. Jagger was footing the bill for his lawyer but said, didn't care all he cared about was getting high. Kicked his nasty heroin habit and rikers. But within minutes of getting Ou-, all I could think of is jacking something hot into his fame. He didn't care about Jerry's pasta either. LITTLE NO DS last meal. Cod. Jerry befriended he was a fan and he saw an opportunity. Had hit his version of Frank Sinatra's my way and Jerry new tour was in the works and wanted in on that action with his new band misfits. Jerry wanted the misfits back sit. It's not clear where Jerry only singer frontman for the misfits Glenn's alone was now going with the name Glenn dancing fit into his plan. Didn't matter SID would die that night of heroin overdose. Who is no skin off Glenn Dan's expect he never knew what to make sid vicious he understood Jerry's fascination with. Sid was famous and punk a very rare combination of time. Glen would never understand Jerry's fascination with sid mom, and beverly. And was there the night died with Jerry. The rumors were sickening Mommy Mommy Mommy. Mommy Live Mommy. Sid, vicious was pretty fucking far from alive after his mom left his room that night hotshot they've said. Lennon Jerry Hung with Sydney. Chelsea hotel where the couple was living glennon jerry busted and ended up spending the night jam. Smarter Heroin, which was everywhere the Chelsea especially on the first floor. But for thrown bottles up the Fire Escape Down West Twenty Third Street. Nancy wouldn't get off that easy. Psycho Seventy eight twelve o'clock don't be laid all this harvest this morning you put a knife right in. His exact look world, God at Don to Nancy. SID was. So smacked out at the time of deadly stabbing that even he didn't know counter Glenn Dancing didn't you fuck would seditious thought he thought he did it or at least thought enough of the bat shit crazy incident no that would make for one hell of a song. So he put pen to paper wrote up the lyrics to a new tune, about Nancy, spungen demise called it Harvard Business and headed into the studio with the misfits to get it on tape. Basis Jerry only friend. Sid Vicious at the time taking shepherding sids mom around town interested step making sure she was okay. Making sure she had an of drugs degenerate junkie that she was just like our son in general showing her time, which is how and Beverly Sid vicious his mom wound up at the recording session for Harvard business. The misfits song written about her son murdering his girlfriend. And sat control room either willfully ignorant her too high to care while Glenn Danza reimagined Alfred Hitchcock Psycho through song with vivid hardcore imagery. You don't go in the bathroom with me with you. I'll put a knife writing. Warning you I'll put a knife right in you all this hard business. My mirrors are black for you. What a fucking lyric my mirrors are black for you. It was Glenn, Dan, zags worldview handled through the murderous punk rocker sid vicious a worldview that took the ghoulish conformity society offered him and reflected back the blackness that drove to a nation, the worldview biting back this alien nation. This anger was at the core of the misfits music. They were louder faster angrier scarier than all their punk rock contemporaries, the Ramones, the clash, the pistols was pure nihilistic rage none can hold a candle to the hardcore brutality Glenn Danza and Jerry only were imagining and recording. Bullet the aforementioned Harvard business night of the living dead and Halloween scorching singles blasted with inferno ferocity off the tape telling tales of presidential assassinations. Zombie. Apocalypse, and riotous anarchy with dead cats hanging from Poles and besides any other abandoned, the time would have been lucky to count as lead single such was their Hooky infectiousness and originality attitude Hollywood Babylon teenagers from Mars last caress goals nine out in horror hotel. lyrically, all were steeped in the prepubescent Uis of Glen Dan's childhood bedroom. You can hear the tabloids smut in Hollywood Babylon the. Syndicated creature double features in our hotel night of the living dead, the cult rag exploitation of last caress I've got something to say I killed your baby today and it doesn't matter much to me as long as it's dead and of course, the painful adolescent alien nation and teenagers from Mars Dan's eggs broadside at the Ghoulish Lodi bullies and the therapy figures tried unsuccessfully to bend him to the conformist ways and shot him out as a child. While we senior three D. movies and violent abduction we blast your mindless structure inferior connection. gibberish lyrics to parents and mainstream rock and roll gatekeepers. But the secret serum for fifteen year old kids out on the margins trying to find their way through the perils teenage wasteland. Hearing the misfits for me at the age of fifteen literally changed the course of my life nothing I heard to that point sounded like misfits and I would hear nothing else is the same for as long as I had years music wasn't supposed to sound like this broken down shredded mobile by at times even out of two messy but precise filled with rage energy that I can uniquely identify with that was already coursing through my veins but to this point. UNTAPPED. It had no outlet until I heard the misfits and when I first heard the ban I literally wanted to break things. It moved me violence by friends and I don black hooded champion sweatshirts and took to the streets neighborhood a group of ten or more of a set of time and shouted the game vocals to misfit songs in the dead of night because the next time he can't take it next thought murderer relation in hate is all you WANNA know? Imagine sitting down and you're lazy boy after a long hard day of work in turning on your magnum Pi or your cheers to relax and hearing gang of fifteen-year-olds merging new streets singing in unison act the heads off little girls and put him on my wall. We called ourselves the hoods and honor the misfits logo. The Hood Crimson Ghost. Go ahead. Fuck with US WE DOOR EAGLES DARE Next.
"glenn dan" Discussed on Nerdificent
"I'm going through some of these fun questions about builds, staff and One is like. Are there any difficulties building or displaying the models So I'm curious what cody does, but it's funny I I those already cut you on, go ahead. for me like I keep it so simple like I one I only make. Only do the kids of of the suits I actually like like liked kids like I don't get anyone that are like those huge suits where they have with their like one, they're one forty fourth skill, but like are enormous needed takes up so much space like I. do that are like one. They're like usually humanoid bipedal, so they can do stand up on their own to begin with also I have a rule of like three like if I, I can't do more than three. I can't have more than three plastic robots in my room at any time because I just don't want I just don't want it. Taking up that much space you know, 'cause you see like these actual collectors. And they just have like rooms dedicated to like. This models and stuff. Yeah, keep it simple that way, but there are some. The people that have made those dioramas and stuff. Yeah, yeah, I I was I was scope and a Diorama I got. My living room is currently vote wildest. It's a choice. It's the torch you gotta dedicated. Yeah, I think of. What? Any woman who comes back. Like. You have to be today you have to like I have one straight up so so I. Have the DVD rack next just gump. La Boxes of stuff I have to build like just boxes, so it looks like to anyone. It will be like why you got junk there. That's not junk. Those are my bills. That I have DVD rack words, the top or just I've said I've organized my dvd rack to be anime up top, and then and then like. Just live action movies below it and then ps four games that I don't play. At the bottom, so like all you're gonNA see I. It's just a rack full of anime, and then you look at the look at this this this bookshelf where at the top it's like my friends Sophie Toy, which like you'll look at and you'll be like? Oh, it seems like it's Wolverine and Colossus, and no, it's like Glenn Dan's in and Harry Henry Rollins as a gay married couple as Oh, yeah, as astroboy again Tetsu June twenty, eight as Wolverine and Colossus. Yeah. Yeah I god Zillah like you know DVD book from criterion. Goku Spiderman you go down multiple goku! Goku glasses set joe suitcase. OUSE- gay. Then we go down and we have world of warcraft, which is like key, known, bad bad nerd. Info goes all the way to Diablo. Titanfall to giant grim wars of. To An a a model last word switch games, and you go down into. It only gets worse because then we have magic the gathering in a a say in scouter. And then you look, and if that wasn't too much, you're already out of breath you look over. PLASTIC ROBOT! Mex and big Oh. Yeah that's that I I'm going off like. Like I don't want to bring like my girl over, and she sees like already got a captain. America toy up and like I don't dislike. I think threshold for like outward deaconess that I wanNA show when people were coming over to my my house that. I. Try to limit myself to only three. I that's not what concerns me at all dating someone. It's more than I. AM minimalist and like OCD like my places, so like clean and tidy that just seen the sheer amount of physical media is. Well mean to me like closets for a reason. I'm like I don I. Understand like the flex of one I never want to see, but just I feel like. Like interior design I'm like there's a reason this just needs to the Murray Condo I'm like this should not be out like just my my brain is like just highlight. A couple pieces is like you just because I. Have Ocd I'm like anything else. I just need a clean clear space to. From the listeners at home Danny is hot, so it doesn't matter what she had on her walls she's. So? If not. That from the record doesn't matter what she has on her wall she can. You know that that's not true watt. Am I single then I'm not going to get into this I actually have a campus portrait handpainted of Baby Yoda on my it's. Like a lot I don't like clutter. In my opinion, it just feels like for me. It feels like cluttered. I only have like really I have like three pieces like you might. This is super dope. Here's this like hand painted print of Geeta. Canvas of agenda and baby, and you don't need to see anything else. A you know we, we can get into GINA's vaginas. And what have you, but let's Geeta slander on this podcast for the wasn't going to slander him. I was just R- segue. Segue ing into this break and we'll be back after these messages..
"glenn dan" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"So I realized if you take you can take a look at the mechanics of it and the nuggets versus the Sandwich and the list and the email but it really breaks breaks down to the hierarchy gene. It really breaks down to put yourself back as a young person going on a run for a list celebrity in the feeling she would have had versus. Didn't give me a list which is no feelings. which is no hierarchy that that's where the disconnect is the hierarchy disconnect yet on that note another question? That might have an interesting for Jim to ask. I would never tell it interrogator had to do. His job is based on what you said at him gave. How do you feel about what happened? Because if if I have been in that position I've dropped the ball and in similar ways and my feeling would be I I'm emotionally suicidal fraught with anxiety and shame about hang on. I heard gay because I listen when people talk he wouldn't wouldn't even take and I gave. I Love Gay Greg. This is not about gave. This is about his generation. He couldn't take the full blame for he went. Well someone else kind of dropped the ball to or something to that effect. Meaning I'm not is really true. It is true even if I was ten percent blame not back in my day today I would say one hundred percent my problem. I should've checked boss never never going to happen again. And that's the difference and this is what I've been dealing with for a couple of weeks because as everyone now knows I moved across country so everything has to change. So we're calling a lot of people every day insurance terrance companies and this whole thing and we're talking to millennials. They are not set up to communicate because they never have to communicate with other human. There's always been done on a piece of glass Phone yeah to to the point where I finally had any Thomas Style no he did it different. The glass man. Yes but I was stunned Serena. I finally had to go in for a haircut so I've drove to the closest place and I walked in young girl. Maybe twenty two twenty three and I said a like a haircut can do you have time. She said it was like two o'clock. She goes three o'clock said so. Do you have time at three o'clock. Three o'clock okay. Is there a coffee shop down the street. It's like all she and by the way she never put this down the phone. She never put the phone down so then she looked up for a second and she said clippers. Clippers are shears. The they ask they want to know the number for the clipper. Never not no. You don't understand. I'm still at at the desk at the front. I'm not communicating with. The girl is going on man who's GonNa cut my hair They I'm communicating with the girl. And she goes on. She goes clippers. Sir sheers and I said I don't understand what you're asking me she goes. Would you prefer to have your haircut with clippers or shares and. I said well whatever they used to do my hair and she goes for. What do they normally do? I I don't know both. Because the girls zips zips the back of my neck with the clippers and see them with the shares and a said. Both she said four o'clock tomorrow it was wearing a cow Burnett. Getting I went won't hang on all three o'clock today. She goes down if you want both and I said okay. What can I get? At three o'clock she said Clippers rappers. Wow go to passive aggressive sans. It was like the most real thing I say. Yeah whatever you can do cut my hair today is what I want. She goes clippers. Three o'clock so all right everyone under thirty sand. I agree by the way this is GonNa tale later on when I get into Greta Thunberg where we're now listening to a sixteen year. Old without a frontal cortex closed telling giving the GROWNUP. So what for. We'll get into bat. I've got thoughts on that. This is this is I. Can't you know he's not he should because it is J.. Now listen look. Here's the deal. Everybody there's a path to correction but the only path to correction internalisation. And that's why just you just get in the habit of going. If it's twenty twenty five percent your fault or fifteen percent your fault you just go my my bad. I got it not going to happen again. And what that does is sets it in your brain. It's it's not gonNA happen again. If you deflect too much then there is no problem then you don't fix it the patch direction it's literally just the internalisation of it the deflection well if you do the deflection I mean if you take the deflection to the it's logical you bring it to an extension of saying for instance if somebody said hey you know if your wife said did. I came home and there was a bowl oatmeal and I was sitting in the sink or is all dried up so next time I eat oatmeal. Rinse put some water in the ball. And you said I wasn't home. Dad need meet OATMEAL. Well then that's zero fixture for you and it's true it's true you don't need to fix that because that is that's one hundred percent not not on you but if you say the OATMEAL and the phone rang and I got distracted and you called in Utah distracted me then there's no passion there's no path to fixing it may be true be true it could be true it could be true it played a factor and it could be true that someone rang the doorbell whatever it is but the answer to fix dancer to not let this happen again is you're right I'll hit it next or hang on real fast. Do you see you who did not eat the OATMEAL in this case the dried bulletin sink you clean it now. You're setting a precedence for the other person. Go Oh you can do your balls. That aren't your own that that's that's what you should do in life brandon. I Agree Brian. Scott hot take on eight is enough are braiding sorry prayed and Adam writing. Sorry and gear me. Yeah we got a Brandon Brandon Brandin Brayden forty five. What's going on Glenn Dan Linda? Hey Hey so Yeah I think I think I think vinny nailed it. I think I think we can maybe start putting I know Brian hates it. chick-fil-a gate. Don't go do that at least be right. Hey so But back back to a couple of months ago we were talking about Partridge family shifted. His Father Brady bunch the widow conspiracy. Right it could bring these shows up with a single parent because of the widow fact Because of the force was was taboo. Most parents died tragic right but when I was listening to your show I was like going. Oh but what about eight is is enough remember. Eight is enough Dick Van Patten victim patent started out with a mother and a father with was at six kids leads the mother. The actress was I forget her name but was dating John. Travolta actually died while they're filming the season one and turning victim patterns in a widow. That's the mom from the boy in the plastic bubble who met terrell when he was like seventeen and she was like forty. Yeah not that. He's gay because he's dating a forty year old. When you're seventy you're not gay? You're the you're the the opposite. I love the mills and she was original mom and she died tragically young and while they were together highland island right highland waller filming season one and they had a right that into the show. Betty Buckley he took over as Betty Buckley. Wow Abby Abby. Oh yeah that's right. Abby Bradford. Yeah thanks that was a there was a group of of. He'll be solved thirty five Sitcom. That's already been long solved because the writers wrote it. Yeah it's good. It's yeah I never thought about. That was another one of those. It was one of the many sitcoms kind of sitcoms had to try to pick out which daughter I was most attracted to meet the cute little Sudi. Kilmore forty more pragmatic full house for me full House for go back. Go for in the end. I'll let your mind wander. They're all wolf. I was age appropriate to an Dan. I.
"glenn dan" Discussed on The First Degree
"Mark Peters and Glenn's hometown of Hamilton there was this elderly man named Mark Peters who Glenn had actually lived with at ten different addresses over fourteen years after his mother no longer let Glenn Live with her and Glenn. Dan was living with mark in September nineteen ninety-three and a month later mark went missing all of a sudden and he was seven seventy only one year old electrician and he was a veteran he was the you know he would just let Glenn and and you know help them get back on his feet again and and he would ask Glenn maybe to do some light errands in exchange for the room and board right and mark actually had family and he had a daughter who lived in the Hamilton area as well so when when he turned up missing in late October his daughter reported it to the police and she said that her father mark had a collection of coins antiques and some guns all of which were missing in the police searched but found no trace of mark so it was really perplexing and the Hamilton what's in please wanted to speak with Glen about mark's disappearance Glenn had already left for Los Angeles and they were unable to immediately locate him and mark's car was also missing fast forward to the end of nineteen ninety three to January of Nineteen ninety-four police searching for mark eventually searched the cabin owned by one of Glenn's family members and found a skeleton bound to a chair under a pile of furniture due to the state of the remains officials officials were able to ascertain the cause of death but it was clearly no accident and they were able to identify the skeleton as belonging to seventy one year old mark computers the police suspected Glenn but he was long gone but his absence initially prior to him being implicated in Mark's death was not atypical Glen would leave Hamilton for weeks months or even years at a time but he was always returned home eventually so it wasn't off for him to pick up and disappear and travel with carnivals and do the things he was known to do so but you know after mark's body was found there was a federal warrant issue. 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She also said my son was the most caring child of all my children she also the pleased that she spoke with Glen on the phone two weeks prior and he denied killing family friend Mark Peters and all of the women an told the police that he had a typical childhood but he dropped out of school in the ninth grade because of reading difficulty but she did say that he had a rash that developed after falling into a toxic puddle and she said quote. You know how kids get into things. Let's basically the joker right. They're falling into a toxic right. Yes that must be. It's it's such an odd thing for mom to be like my son is innocent exceeded normal childhood how ever yeah he put all that is so you know your. Nana's wasn't anything I did certainly not yeah can't be anything that the mom dead now but now's a good time as any to talk about Glenn's Mommy the issues and we talked about this in episode one but here's the whole pitcher so Glenn was of quote Hamill Tuck in stock and this is a very disparaging reference. It's to the backwoods culture of APPALACHIA. He was one of seven children born to Edna and Claude Rogers is dad worked at a paper mill for sixteen years. There's he drank every day was alcoholic and he often beat ad and beat the seven kids and he wants threatened to kill his wife if she left him during one of the beat beatings. He broke her nose and knocked her out. She was completely unconscious right off the bat. We have a lot of physical abuse that he's witnessing yeah. They were poverty stricken. We mentioned this episode in part one but he you know when his dad lost his job. The seven of them mm seven of the siblings plus. The two parents had moved into a two bedroom home with one bathroom so it's kind of it's it's not conducive to a lot of space and health and boundaries foundries and all those sorts of things the parents of Glenn the father specifically kept several guns in the home and he was fired from the paper mill for drinking on the job and after he lost his job they had to move into the worst part of town. When you moved about parts of town obviously you're exposed to more crime and bad influences high risk behavior things like that. The seven kids were tormented by the neighborhood children and the father encouraged them to fight back to defend themselves which encouraged courage sort of like this violent reaction to such things in glen apparently ain't paint chips in dirt so the Patriots were potentially Um and he was a bad water until he was twelve years old. There's no shame that everyone but it is considered in the triad colours though Cher and he also apparently banged his head purposefully over and over on the edge of his bed and he would concussed himself and become unconscious and by the way when he was doing this apparently he was showing he wasn't crying and he was showing no signs of distress at all yeah. It's not good if I see my kid doing that. I'm going to be like I'm out new mom so Glenn's older brother clay introducing the drugs and alcohol at the age of twelve as well. He was also beaten by his parents aren't more frequently than the other siblings because he was a little bit more rebellious and win. Glenn was sixteen. His father became disabled from a heart attack and I have to say in the last this episode. I said it was a stroke. If you look at the reporting they report on both it was a stroke was a heart attack. He was incapacitated by illness so I can't confirm which one it was but either way it's like you're seeing a lot of things were if you have maybe the the ability to be pushed into like the socio apathy horrible direction. These variables aren't aren't helping helping out no poverty no supervision violence abuse abuse he also you know there's all sorts of things that were happening so by the way a lot of this information that we're talking about with. Glenn's childhood comes it from a documentary called my brother the serial killer that's kind of from clay's perspective perspective of his life with Glenn how that all happened and an interesting thing that I saw on the documentary it was talking about when Glenn One was born so before Glenn was born. The MOM and the dad had five children six six children. They didn't want any more kids so she wanted to get her tubes tied so so they had to get a judge to approve of her getting her tubes ties was in Ohio when he was born in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven yeah.
"glenn dan" Discussed on The First Degree
"That we wanted to take by there and the hard part because she always both the teams risk of we went by there not on doors. There was no sir we won't bury the windows adore nothing but we will and nobody becomes terribly alarmed remember. This is the nineties. There's no cell phones owns. You're not texting all the time. People aren't constantly in touch as they are today so nobody's you know alarm bells going off. Plans change not a big deal. Glen's truck wasn't isn't there and no one answered when she banged on the door. It was very out of character for Linda to just completely flake with no communication but I don't know you know. Maybe something unexpected had come. Homma thought maybe she was out running errands or something. We couldn't figure it out. I mean we didn't know what she was doing with. Eli Really went by there. You'll know is actually had a cousin that lived in a different apartment complex behind on her. He said he had not seen her then. I had another president lived across the way an apartment complex Besa. They had not seen her. We went by there Wednesday. We went Thursday and body. We went by there on Thursday night. My hand says well. I'm just GONNA go ahead. Hey this window and you go on in and see about them on the well. She's got a comeback. I think it was a screwdriver so I'm trying to pry. She couldn't the window of they should. I well. We'll you know we'll just we'll come back tomorrow. Body we actually went back and my grandmother taught choosy. Landlord is you. You know we haven't heard from Linda. We need to go in to see if if there's anything that leads us to where she might be so we can't find Glenn. We haven't talked to either one of them. So by the time somebody was let into to the apartment to check on things it was November third across the maintenance man and he he was actually his son what's good France my brother so he said I will get the call here. We will let you all in and we will let the cop our CNN endorphin a cop migrants survey. We'll talk about that. She calls in Gotham officers to come out and he left the offer certain and we kind of stood by the door of the apartment and soon almost fair so that we'd be you there while the cop goes in and we there were from family members looking bedroom window where the blinds were opened watching watching the police officer goes through the apartment and you could say he went through the living room through the kitchen and then he came back and went through the hall and went into the master bedroom and asked where you know they were looking then because he went out and went into the guest bedroom room and then last he went into the bathroom and come out and he looks at my grandmother and he is till tell it goes and he said mom she's in there and it's bad and moral just fell apart. I mean that's crystal missile said somebody who worked maintenance allowed the police to go inside. Linda England's apartment in what they found was a brutal brutal brutal crime scene. Linda had been starved to death and her body was left in the bathtub and there was a wash cloth over her face. There were peculiar things at the scene. There was a bloody mop. The kitchen sink bloody paper towels in the garbage garbage can and blood smeared on the floor as if someone had attempted to clean it up but that abandoned the job halfway through after realizing their efforts were useless then the apartment was also described by police as being in disarray with cassette tapes beer cans and ashtrays full of cigarette butts scattered on the floor there were blood smears on the kitchen floor and garbage can that contained bloody paper paper towels as well and there was another chilling discovery at the scene so I just got back from a two week long vacation and and I hate washing my hair on vacation because it takes such a long time and I was able to let my hair go a few days because I was using living proves dry shampoo it is he's my favorite so living proof approaches the toughest beauty challenges with technology from MIT scientists so you're that you're dealing with science and not just marketing gimmicks from damage to volume two texture. 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She has several stab wounds chip to stab wounds under her right breast. One Stab wound above her right breast one stab wound on her right side just below the armpit and one stab wound to her right shoulder blade area so Linda is is gone. She's dead and her new boyfriend is nowhere to be found. You can think of what happened what we didn't know the of it and it's not by. Y'All got out of here. We've got the area and we're GONNA the need to go to a one area so we can question. Everybody is homicide scene. Thanks so we have to get everything done in red lipstick on the Bathroom Mirror was Glenn Dan. We found you. Maybe you know what does this mean going you know and we provide it wasn't. Glenn buys and he here with us to console to feed us through. This is an eight year. Where is he at the brutality of the crime. Obviously mostly shocked the police and their investigations started with who was closest to Linda that was obviously her family and they're working to rule certain people out they had to consider what what was written on that mirror in lipstick somebody after Glenn or did he do this and wrote that on the mirror as this Kinda rose so they decided to call police departments and neighboring states to see if there are any crimes with similar ammos and as the police were on the case Linda's family was grieving and started planning her memorial service for for Linda grandmothers an aunt that up everything for the funeral. I think that was the parents part of everything My Grandmother was shielded me from everything she didn't want anybody. Why tell me the severity of the wounds. The MOM MOM has gotten. She has a funeral and I kissed. This was her choice but to tell me a little bit about it so she comes to me but you know they've asked if we won't it isn't as to why you know. WanNa be Emphysema murder I want to you know.
"glenn dan" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Lot of people watching jeopardy now to see if Ken Jennings record is going to be busted. So there's a lot of fun there. And that's obviously a classic game show. And some good news about Alex trebek's, he's making incredible strides with his cancer treatment, and it's in near remission. So that's fantastic. That's fantastic news. So but we're gonna talk game shows in general. Best game shows are favorites weirdest all that three one two nine eight one seven two hundred is the phone number. Okay. Coming to the music box theatre, which is such a busy place. In June, June thirteenth through the twentieth will be the synod pockets film festival. Which is a basically like a genre film festival. That has screened a bunch of really great movies had premiers, tons of really amazing guests have crossed the threshold and been a part of it. Josh Goldblum is the founder and artistic director of sin apocalypse. And again, we're going to tell you all about it, and let's get Josh on here. Hey, Josh how you doing, man? They, Nick, thanks so much forever. Then I always look forward to this. Oh, no. I look forward to to buddy. I was looking at the lineup. Wow. That's I mean. Oh. I appreciate the music Hughes. That's man. That's tom. So, so Josh welcome back, buddy. Tell everybody about you about yourself and, and sin, apocalypse. Because it started out as Bruce, Campbell's horror film festival. Yeah. Started off with a a little known actor, Bruce Campbell kind of bad for them. So I let him name the festival. Yeah. Yeah. Started six years ago over in Rosemont with Bruce Campbell, you know, about three years, then it just kind of felt like something that we wanted to bro to broaden the scope on. And we teamed up with wonderful people over at the music box either and brought this beast to fruition. Yeah. Now, what's your background, Josh? Where are you from all that? I actually live in Philadelphia, but I've been involved in film program programming. Probably now for Lisa decades, I was program director for the Philadelphia film society for years at a live events company here in Philadelphia. We partnered with WorldCom Mikan for many years, essentially, what brought me out to Chicago with Bruce, and it's kind of been my second home for the past six years. Yeah. Cool. So you're in Philadelphia. So let me ask you, this is as a person from Philadelphia. What do you think a gritty? Huge. I mean, look, I feel like you're blowing up my spot here but I'm a huge flyers fan. So pretty. Everything right now. I have to say I mean, obviously, I'm a massive hawks fan, Josh and I'm a big. I love hockey. It's my, it's my favorite sport. But when gritty when gritty debuted it's been nothing but joy, I mean nothing. You know, it kind of felt like Netflix when it first came into existence, it was, like who is ever going to ever going to spend money to have their DVD's delivered by mail? Now, you know, worth what billions of dollars Grady, like what is this? This can't be real explode. Yeah. I think he's I think he's fantastic. I hear my office at work. Josh I have a gritty bobble head on my desk. Man, I belong to many Facebook ready digits. All right. Had to get the important important Philadelphia stuff out of the way you know that. Right. All right. So it's very exciting to be a part of this. What, what's the website that people can check out to get all the information for sin apocalypse? The website is sin apocalypse. John fest dot com. Okay. Sin sin, apocalypse. John Rufus dot com. And I know that they have information and they update the music box website regularly, as well. So, so let's talk about it, man. You got some of some really great screenings happening and some really incredible guests. Let's start out with opening night man, tell us tell everybody about opening night. So we have a major legend coming into town, Mr. Glendon, big COO is a punk rock and heavy metal econ. He's world premiering his new phone with us code. Veronica. Okay. Tell me about tell me about that movie. If you without giving away. I don't know anything about it. Okay. This is this is the secret of which which is kind of exciting. I mean, when a guy like went dancing, says, hey, we're remember my movie with you. You don't say, no, right? Yeah. Yeah, that's great. And he's going to be there. It's the first time. Yeah. I can safely say, confidently say this is the first time that we've ever programmed still without any of us actually seeing it. But you know from our standpoint. The time and time again is proven himself to just be like conic. I can't name somebody who's been in three bands all of which are just legendary. Yeah. So it's, you know, I think it's going to be it's going to be a one of a kind of these these these don't happen very often. And I, I grew up as a fan of the misfit is offended Dan's ache. It's so it's really exciting. I e e could win anywhere with his movie. He really could have. And, you know, he keeps his understood our sensibilities and, you know, from the moment we first spoke it was. Hey stupid. Yeah. I mean. No. I mean that's a huge get man. I mean, you know, having Glen dancing there live afterwards for QNA I mean, that's a huge, huge get you're going to have a monstrous crowd, man. I think he I think I think the music box is going to be packed that night. Yeah, I it will sell out. So if anybody is interested in attending, and buy tickets, we would definitely vice grab those tickets. Right now. Yeah, yeah. And that is Thursday June thirteenth at seven o'clock, and that kicks off the festival Thursday, June thirteenth seven o'clock with Glenn Dan's egg in attendance for the postal and you guys have had some amazing guests over the years. I just want to talk a little bit about that for a second. You've had the, the, the greatest John carpenter. Eli Roth Ernest Dickerson. You've had William Sadler, Barbara Crampton, Lana with what our ski Feddie Alvarez you know, this is really impressive stuff that you guys get every year. Eric roberts. Yeah, hello. I love Eric Roberts. Man. I love him. I love that guy. Stories we could tell being my buddy was in my buddy was in the dark Knight and has some Robert stories that he shared with me in and they're pretty key, so real quick, or Robert story. I think you'll appreciate it. He's the Eric Roberts vegan in. So we took him out to the Chicago diner for a meal the meal was running a little bit late. Eric Roberts gets up pulls the hostess aside into the corner and goes you knew who my sister is right. Fantastic. Line after line. That's great. Yeah. No. I got I got some stories from my buddy who is in the dark Knight. And he goes, he's in the he, he worked on heat at one scene in the movie, my, my buddies, the guy on the stand, who pulls the gun on Aaron Eckhart at the beginning in the courtroom. That's my, that's my buddy, Mike. And so obviously, Eric Roberts is in that scene. He got to work with them. And he, he's he really is, is a ball of joy. And it just goes to show people look at his, you know, Connex Omagh raphia, right? The guy's been in five hundred movies. Yeah. Wouldn't you meet him? You realize why? I mean everybody wants to work with him. He's, he's. He just becomes your best friend. Yeah. No question about it. Glad that's great. Okay. So some other people who are showing up this year. We'll get to that in a minute, but you're screening flatliners in a seventy millimeter presentation, which is very rare, seventy millimeter presentation. And that's on Friday, the fourteenth at seven. Yeah. You know, sometimes we have to put on our private detective track down to track down, these these, these prints Sony, who who we. So we founded Tony volt, but don't eat didn't even know that they had it, we literally had to insist just only to go search volt, we, you know, we ended up tracking I think the last time that the seventy millimeter print has screens was over a decade ago. I'm not I wouldn't be surprised probably you could probably count the times on your right hand. How many times this actual print has screened? Yeah. Well, I mean, the movie is nearly thirty years old. So, you know, this, this is going to be pretty amazing. That, that you're showing flatliners in seventy millimeter. I also also a Chicago film, some of the sequences in that movie were shot within walking distance of the music box. Absolutely. Yeah. Absolutely. And if I'm not correctly where all the flat lining went was at the field museum that they use if I'm not here was, yes. Exactly. It was the field museum. Yeah. Speaking of Eric Robert sister. That's a professional segway. I guess that's what we did there. I feel like the museum at one point you become a venue of ours. Should I mean what was it? What was it movie the, the Peter hainkel the relic the relic that was shot there, too? And so as Damian omen to Damian omen to wish out there. Yeah. Damian omen to shot in the field. Of course. It was. Enforce comes to show exactly. All right. Listen. Josh hang on. Okay. Man. No doubt. Okay. Cool Josh Goldblum is with us. He is the founder and artistic director of sin, apocalypse. A great John reform festival from June thirteenth to June twentieth. At the beautiful music box theatre here in Chicago. We'll tell you how you can get tickets. And there's a lot more events here special screenings and a guests that we're going to tell you about this is this is this is a hell of a lineup of movies and guests that they have this year. Really, really good stuff..
"glenn dan" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Three. Minnesota stands at all Buddha housing control OB with three drops the pre-game show. Not one two three. And he was more shocked than anybody. He's like, wait a minute. That's me. It was a it was it was dead solid. Perfect description of what the bears needed to do. And I'll be damned they went out. And did it o be outside to be humble guys? Is I this. This is a good team. Look, you know, there's always things that they can improve on. But I've always said when you win seven games at any time in your seven and three and you're in full control your division. You gotta shot. You got a chance and look they're going to win this division. And when you get to the next round, it's Katie bar the door. Anything can happen. You gotta get there before you could ever want gentleman, and our listeners out the one thing that scares the living hell out of me with this team is comes the last the third and fourth quarter. Yeah, we basically every game. I mean that defense has the play drop dead solid. Stone cold football, some reason somehow whatever it is all of a sudden week after week, we're like dominate the first half. And then in the second half all watch out. Well, they put a touchdown. They got a field goal now to get another touch teams hang around and all of a sudden yet, and you you cannot let these teams hanging around. I've said it a million times when you're a championship team. And you've got that lead the way we've had in the first half put their lights out step on their throat finish him take it over. And we're not doing it for some reason. The defense is still hanging in there. But offensively I we should have had thirty some points easy. Yeah. As well. You have to point come on. Let's be realistic. We've we've talked about this offense. It's almost of the gimmick variety. And the two times to bed ski tried to do something down the field. It kind of blew up in his face yet. He threw two picks. And then Cohen get stripped of the ball for three turnovers. And normally you turn the ball over three times you don't win. But with this defense Hussein you can't win McCreevy three turnovers. We did it again today. A big man got a question for you. And you Glenn Mark can we win? Can we win out? And get to the Super Bowl with a dunk slash office. Can we do that? Can I can I don't think you can get to the Super Bowl. But look if the defense keeps playing at this high of a level, you know, anything's possible, I suppose all that matters. Is you win games? You get into a match up where you've got to be able to score points. I if we get into the playoffs, but we got to see New Orleans if we have to go out and see the Rams records. What are they not in one right now they got to begin tomorrow night? The saints are what nine hundred ninety one. So at the end of the day. We're not driving the bus. But by gosh, we're on we're on the front row even with this little gimmick offense. The continues to make mistakes at some point. They have the ability to start making plays in a race. Some of those mistakes if they do then everything's gonna start turning out everything. Let's say one other thing here, and Glenn, Dan, Dan, I apart about this this these trick plays that Nagy's coming up with now putting Hicks in the backfield. And then doing a shift and putting them out as a wide out and all these different things that that Nagy has done. Mark my words, you think that that Zimmer the coach of the Vikings didn't see what all a little little Dicky tricky stuff that he's trying to Paul trying to embarrass the Vikings. You think the other teams he's pulled all this stuff on your thick there? You think they're gonna forget this. Of course, not no. You're not gonna forget his folks and believe me on that one. It'll come it'll come back. It'll I don't know when but it'll come back to get Nagy. But there's nothing wrong with the misdirection what they're doing. I don't care what you're saying. What I'm telling you is what happened. And that's what happens you can't embarrass. The opposition. Those are your peers soda speak playing against them..
"glenn dan" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!
"Twenty-one birthdays done. It's revenge of the jocks on podcast. One pass twenty three. You can't take me to bidding on no-holds-barred show about all the things that shape our world in culture. I want to go to Africa, never been wanna. Go four gemology, Robin Williams, and. Soft America, revenge of the jocks with Martellus Bennett have six, the first time getting all wrong. I keep trying on podcast one and wherever you listen to podcasts. Steve Austin show. On over your show. Bartman show we're Hello. We we're in Sherman oaks, do what you move. You mean from NC? No. Yeah. Oh, just needed a change. You know, she was just my like when I first came out here to LA that was like a temporary spot over there. That was when Maria menounos house. Okay. I started driving over here man, and I've been living in Los Angeles now for about fifteen years. Yeah, I'll never leave the west side or marina del Rey, or, you know, I'm driving out of town, but I never go to all the different neighborhoods. You know, you way around LA cause serious. Sure, Syria, whatever name is whatever. Seri- GPS. Yeah, I learned my way around here like back, you know, in the early two thousand when I lived here, but I was a west side, you know, lived in marina to over there all all that time. And I never picked myself living here in valley, but I dig it now. Yeah, dude, I see all time at the world. Jim was. It was Firestone Walker brewery, and you would come and train every now and then catch you over there, nighttime. Yeah. So why did you get out to us that when I got out completely like right after that? Because you know, I actually left here my tail between my legs. Yeah. So when you come back, how did you use Indian seeing you come out here? That's just okay. Well, I do my show is over here like about three miles from here in north Hollywood and Maria menounos in Kevin under garra who my executive producers and like part of my support system circle of people out here. They're all here in Encino, and you know the parts of the valley. So it just makes sense. Manual bashing out here. I've been married. Fair shit. I've been here for nine years of many got about fourteen years give or take dual how life you out here. You hit comedy clubs. I never see. And thinking about went beyond live in LA at least I'm a hermit and I'm a homebody and I'm married she and I'm just I'm just sticking mud. Yeah. What do you do for kicks around here? Lately, I've just been kind of a hermit myself. But when I first got back out here, I was at the rainbow down on sunset, like a couple of times a week, you know, like beheading out like Glenn, Dan j r or a guy, Sebastian Bach different. You know, just doing that thing and and then when I got arrested, you know, for the for at the airport, when I said that I was trafficking math. So I just kind of like, say, you know what I needed like focus on things and you know, no new, I didn't do anything, but still, you know, that was a hell of a speed bump in the road when it happened. So I just figured I'm gonna just rain everything and not that I was going out doing anything wrong, but I just like to just chill now and I started dating again a little bit took two years off from that. Steve. Did you take a oath of Charlotte's? I did will not an oath, but I didn't. When I took two years up, I took to your two years off everything. No messing around nothing. Here's off a lot of things, but that's one thing that I don't know that I could take two years off. Most people would say the same thing as you and I agree, it's just for me at that point. And you had no. Yeah. Because when you're coming up out of being all, you know, messed up, especially drugs and alcohol and all that. And the reasons why we do those things. You know, we tend to cling to relationships..
"glenn dan" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Now and how how how do you reflect on that and I just noticed how you even call him ROY Well with other people he he's dead to me But but in a professional setting in, an interview the way that. I look at it ROY was the real deal and that is, hard to, understand a lot of the other people you, know the classics even and and and. Legends they a lot of them. Were faking it ROY was he. Was, a musician he did it as a hobby he he would go off into the desert of west Texas by himself away from the house, and play for, the cactus and the rattlesnakes So he. Wasn't faking it that's that's that's. The, thing he he he did it for music's sake and so when it came to the education and the of the money and things That was just a side effect he was concentrate. He just had a really innocent love, of the music and of course to the rest of. The world he he was. The greatest. Singer in the world, and, in a big star he was. One of the first stars one of the first international stars along with Presley period That that it a lot to the. To the history of radio and the electric guitar and And a lot of things so he. He was just kind of surfing his fate with. Music and, and, he was, a nice guy, he was, and he had so, many vital chapters I mean he I mean I was thinking you know like injury David Lynch so he pops up there and then the black and white, night with the Springsteen stuff I want to get to the Wilbur is on a little bit but there were so. Many You know he continued to move forward with. These. Different things that happened in his career oh yes his first grade disciple was buddy Holly and buddy Holly was in a town nearby and on buddies first album. He had to orbison songs that he recorded and it was ROY who suggested that he go to Norman petty studios so it kind of starts there. That's the I I mean, I'm sure, my dad had great interactions before that but that's. The first where you start to go okay buddy Holly to only a couple of places that. Had rock and roll and Clovis Mexico and, northern petty studios was, one of them and ROY discovered that. Place and out of there came blue-collar fireballs with. Waylon Jennings, and, a lot, of local acts, and and, and that that just, progress right on through it it is really incredible just you know so the the beach boys don't write any songs they go on tour with ROY and, sixty three as well or Sixty two And they come out with pet sounds the. Rolling Stones they don't write. Any songs they've got. Some buddy Holly, song covers and some Chuck Berry covers time is on my side was their only hit and they go on tour. With ROY they see him perform Pretty Woman every day on sixty four and on the way back, from Australia they stop in Los Angeles and they record one song and that song Keith, Richards claims he, dreamt it but I know the truth The song is called satisfaction and it. Starts out with two notes of, e and then, sending risks and the drums Done done done no no no and so it turns out. In sixty four with the sound like Pretty Woman you can just line them up the. The Rolling Stones had satisfaction the Beatles had day tripper everybody for the next couple of years had a riff song And and so and Led Zeppelin tours ROY out so they. Weren't let it was the new Yardbirds with Jimmy page and their new manager Peter Grant And ROY was hanging out with them they were, opening up. The show sixty seven and was single it's nineteen sixty seven on that tour was called communication breakdown Within eleven months. That's Aplin at the end of sixty eight records the first, album and on it I think song number one communication breakdown And and and and so yes it's it's from. Jimmy page to Glenn Dan jig and He's he's he's influences is. Very underestimated actually hold that thought. We'll take a break and then we're gonna come. Back I gonna talk about the bearings. I wanna. Talk about. The book. That's coming out so you just a little bit ROY thank you thank you, thank you don't go away on nocturnal, journal on WGN Have a.
"glenn dan" Discussed on RobinLynne
"The white house rally you will in the day this rupaul oh my of malik monk thank you don't new york brad underwood brain candy avaaz all six pray and be at that mcgee the battle some danny green three good see the glenn dan.
"glenn dan" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
"The white house rally you will in the day this rupaul oh my of malik monk thank you don't new york brad underwood brain candy avaaz all six pray and be at that mcgee the battle some danny green three good see the glenn dan.
"glenn dan" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"With that dan soon which it that's not my style but i finally got cornyn thin a while is that became churchill i understand it but realistically you go down there they should be this seems strictly because all the struggles with boston had the one thing i i really not comfortable with this just took factor ukraine he could go out there and he could flow three touchdowns and you now one for twenty thirty your eyes and and you know extend plays you go out to and fro three picks synergies evidence you don't know what you could get you would think i would think though he would be supermotivated here because no matter what they say all is no bad blog i had two great years with the jets you know the unequally the replaced him with josh mccown and he's gone i could have done that i could have been that if that's what they were going to do so there's got to be some rain at great feelings there and he's got to be very highly motivated to go out and say hey you know what you could it kept me no you're right you're 100 percent right uh i uh uh uh the winds the washed a curley just you know you gotta remember who he was you know he's the average shot receiver like they drop off from not having guns you know you go into one of these rookies wetterich answered stewart a poem off marshall from the practice squad i think it's real effect the offense and now forte's out so you know they could probably have to win all scoring game and the defense you're going to have to win this game that's how he yeah yeah could be an and they can neither that good surprisingly that could yeah well not total surprise me and i thought i think we thought the jets defense would be pretty good but they've they certainly come on of late let's go to john in parameters next year on the fan john john the there okay i guess john is not there let's try glenn glenn dan hey how are you one for montague new jersey i i need you to uh two months ago uh about the uh the big rumor was the jets work in a tank this season i don't know if you remember me calling in and i was talking about.
"glenn dan" Discussed on That Awful Sound
"Anything you liked about dan's agha's absent from at least this song i literally only listen to this song in hand of doom from this record the record is it's it lacks refs sometimes it's jet i ambient noise the riff on this one is like inininin and inininin and inininin and an imminent rate of and how did dad's a great all the he wrote and recorded a lot of the instruments and a lot of the dan jape proud he he wrote those songs he plays guitar like i don't even see i don't even know where anz guizard does he's he's a he's a entity dancing all of us he's earn me all of us i don't know i'm dan i'm tired right now okay so by disappointment as exhausted me he's not even trying to deliver the vocals which should be the bare minimum four dan's agree kurd let's let's hear a little bit from wicked pedia about this about this record so this is on hollywood records which is a subsidiary of disney and they signed dan's iq for some reason in you here we go black acid black acid devil was widely criticised for its apparent shifted musical direction it was not well received by most critics glenn dan's a discussed black acid devils reception that album worked exactly the way i wanted it to basically it shook a lot of stuff up people either loved it or hated it and we got a lot of new fans from its release hey maybe some of the people who only liked mother dropped out and i've always said those fans are okay we did get this big mtv exposure but they're not permanent fans.
"glenn dan" Discussed on WRVA
"The glenn dan thai gray's with us happy indigenous peoples day pat the whole thank you through the but it's a beautiful very well day and and the uh another you you went out and you celebrated indigenous peoples day this well we had a huge weekend a in preparation for two peoples day yehuda well we went to we went to san antonio but on the way we stopped off at waco adds a chip and joanna's fixer up replace now whom bend of the silos i have yes i have not even though a my wife has been and she raves about it and it's a pretty awesome i mean they've she had quite a vision and there are literally hundreds of people on the premises incredible hundreds it's it's it's affects our upper show they sell ariel people here gene two liked them you like komo widely nothing was going to give saying it's them it's not the show and i know it is but it's it's an amazing situation they've created there they they have the business and the silos and the bakery and then on the side they put up disaster turf area where the play soccer and foot all had more importantly surrounded by foods crux yes that's come very late round the place and so they've created more business for the businesses in the city and the created this this trolley run from downtown to their business that is free and so i mean i don't know how many businesses spunoff there's but it's it's it's pretty already muslitown must be freaked that they've does aid that is yell last eat seasons have to be broadcast on edge of the factories for facial cream that are gonna be puppet i love that idea and that's the thing where we left we had to buy some of fishing and cream it is about a half i don't know if i do know that but it didn't happen we did go to.
"glenn dan" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Perfect drug there were some people who are upset about that but they i mean it was he did they did closer they did a lot of the hits but yeah it was it was fascinating to me the way they worked in the new or material over the course of the last 5 or 10 years and it didn't seem fierstein you didn't sit there out now yeah here while it's not very good sounds like a good day downs dynamite are what about saturday so saturday of fish bone was on at one four afternoon come on man put fish bone on at one forty in the afternoon see again one of my favorite banned down my favorite live bands i saw i've seen fish bone i've and a million times and insane live absolutely insane and they still are yeah it is just incredible to me that those those schedules at rifle stir so good that yeah you have every year you have bans like that on it at a ridiculously early time they are how many ever going to get up and make a third time there that was good bad brains was on in i've wanted to see them for a long time little little disappointing is that right yeah sound was absolutely awful mike d from the bbc boys yeah did a dj sets kind of one of the first highprofile things he's done post beastie boys right that wasn't crazy there now he was just kind of up there almost almost as a mascot he wasn't really didn't really seem to be dj ing per se via you keep running behind their someone else was up there with them he still has the voice he tried for it a huge you could recognize the from a mile away horse park yeah he would sing along the some parts on some vc boy stuff it was just kind of weird is a little weird yeah he would move from new york to chicago stuff largely because he's from new york right i he would he would spin some chicago house in people were totally confused and baffled as to what that was even now yeah chicago is the birthplace of house right it was just kind of like about fifteen minutes that was plenty here okay okay all right dan zig glenn dan's egg here again again what what was the average age of the.
"glenn dan" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks
"Well first off a video game is not a touring test i just want to state bat to begin with as a sure that's great that you can what are the game games have specific rules that you can follow and it's machine learning it's not a touring test it's not artificial intelligence okay moving on apart uh well apparently most people dumped while they don't want our audience house the difference now musk his has gone out and and beat the drum for being concerned about ai and what may happen you know he is obviously watched a lot terminator what he was growing up i don't think he's come out and just said that you know it's going to kill us all we needed just avoid it completely sure history why wouldn't you get involved in the company that's doing it you know just building the three laws of robotics we should be fine yeah it how did that how did that work out in my robot by the way i was i was horrible movie yeah but i mean the entire book is you know sets up the three laws and then the rest of the book is about how they don't work so well be very boring book if they worked that's true who'd it would be one page here the three of the robotics they work to know story happily ever after mmhmm we recovered our our buddy glenn dan's 'exiles is on the market in lovely los fillets mmhmm and somebody finally got inside and got pictures of what the inside of dan's eggs house looks like oh my why i'd imagine it's probably you know hampton beach classic median inininin l o empty boxes of count shock ula nobu berry though he at least had the common sense to take the blueberry with him but he left the franken burien couch alkhilla some very strange things left around this has lots of action figures that i guess you'll get now somebody says it he's and hasn't been in that house for like 10 years he has been using it for storage which would explain it but it's still wouldn't you clean out your house if it was going on the market.
"glenn dan" Discussed on 2 Dope Queens
"I'm suing everybody for roles lawsuit against everyone is in general and it's going to be called general general lawsuit the obama i'm going to be such a hassle that's what's going to give you paid well so what's been like some year most favorite moments working on this show um i like doing this is characters we do or they're called the weirdos is like these golf this coupled couple and got long black hair and mike white galicians and and there is a moment where we we've done a bunch of sketches he did when we went to the beach and we had all our gear glenn dan's was there and it was like a it was like a dream and then it we did one sketch a couple of years ago where i was like describing my funeral and and i i wanted that i wanted to go out as a message to everyone that that's what i really want my funeral to be like at a terrifying scary horrifying event so it was like real life in are mixed together but also had how do you like it or you enjoying it have so much fun this is what if he did a as they actually it's terrible drive i had happened though nerve is you didn't seem nervous i was i was in lyon in the beginning what's why i i i know i was much you should up full confidence no i'm always say i'm like i'm not talking like i'm not cooler and you guys take make all these were references like white things like i don't know why is it a lotta kalusha edna what what what what are some other afraid i'll be leg when i say please like when you were like your leg.