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Metro Atlanta is under a level 2 risk of severe storms today
"Does exist across much of north Georgia as we go through the day, damaging wind gusts and Hale will be our main threats, along with heavy rainfall on that heavy rainfall could lead to some areas of flooding channel Choose Tony Thomas on scene, says the the Red Red Cross Cross distributing distributing supplies. supplies. There's There's something something we we noticed noticed as as we we drove drove in in here. here. You're You're talking talking about about the the Red Red Cross Cross Every Every couple couple of of blocks blocks ago ago in in the the disaster disaster zone. zone. There's There's just just tons tons of of water water and other soft drinks and other things, paper towels and cleaning supplies. Just sit Thing on the sidewalk for anybody who needs it to come by and grab some community and volunteers definitely stepping up here as the cleanup continues here on day three WSB Cheryl
Beloved Houston Chronicle columnist Leon Hale dies
"Chronicle. 99 year old Leon Hale has passed away one of the most beloved riders in Texas and and in in Houston. Houston. He He spent spent 65 65 years years writing writing about about Texas Texas and and newspaper newspaper columns columns and and books, books, he he wrote wrote for for both both the the Houston Houston Chronicle Chronicle and and the the Houston Houston Post. Ah, great storyteller and Houston in Texas was lucky to have him. This comes in the wake of the death of Larry McMurtry, also a very famous Texas author, who wrote Terms of Endearment. The last picture show and Lonesome Dove,
Whats In a Name, Image, and Likeness? Social Media and College Athletes
"David is sunday there. Games going on all around us. How is your bracket doing you know. I thought i was doing so badly. I didn't even check yesterday until this morning. And i looked. And i was in third place in my in my pool and i don't know how that happened. I can only assume that. Winning a war of attrition here is my is my assumption. David hale covers college sports from charlotte north carolina and his latest report on the future of athletes name image and likeness. Rules is on. Espn dot com yet. David you're the right person to talk to. You are ranked third in your group. I am currently looking at. Espn dot com right now. Ranked ten million two hundred twelve thousand six hundred and forty second to the country. Which is you know not great. Look you're a mere two hundred change thousand away from being in the top ten million and i think that's something to be quite proud of. I will settle for a goal like that after the weekend that i've had picking this bracket but david one of the stories. That's been so inextricable from the brackets has been your reporting college athletes and this whole universe of rules and regulations that are known as name image and likeness so alongside all these great games. That were watching. We've also been seeing this social media phenomenon. Basically was hashtag called not ncwa property. Can you tell us the meaning behind that. Yeah this is in some ways. The next generation of some of the conversations that we saw on social media over the summer last year about a social justice about we want to play. Athletes are really learning that they have leverage via social media. And what they're leveraging right now is the immense amount of attention that is on the ncaa tournament in women's to sell the message they want name image and likeness rights but what this essentially would allow is for players to profit off of their name image and likeness which means they could do an endorsement. They could do a tv commercial. They could be an influence or on social media and get paid for it. They could go to their hometown and host a basketball camp for youth in that area and make money from it. All of this should seem very reasonable because if you are a education major and you want to have a side business tutoring in college. You can do that if you are on a music scholarship and you want to piano concert and get paid for it. You can do that. But if you're a walk on not even on scholarship playing athletics at the aa level and you want to do anything to make money with your name. Image likeness using your skillset. You're out of luck. Currently
Lost in the Forests of Tennessee
"You go out in the woods today you are show off or a big surprise. I'm always one for spending time out in nature and enjoying the wilderness. But you always have to be a little bit careful of where you go when you get up to. And that's the theme of tonight's fantastic story. Nowhere near as gruesome as the one. I told you on monday just the same now. My dear friends. I think you know what time it is. It's hump day so please sit back and relax with your favorite drink is. It's time to listen to down here. In the south riding horses is still a fairly popular amongst many. There are many different types of writing. But i've always been keen to trail ride myself. Shell writing is just what it says. It is riding your horse through trails in the woods. Mountains hills and hollows as anyone from around here. Tennessee would tell you it gets hotter than the devils not sack especially during the summer months that is to say when summertime trail riding takes place at night often we wait until full to begin writing because the weather makes it easier but during the summer we ride these rights are always time and a half as usually just a small group of us get together we all gather at the edge of the woods find the trail head from that we set out together for a long night of trout writing through some of the south's last uncivilized land. This particular story and ride took place in august three years. My father and i met up with our friends. Jr and h apm at a place known to the locals as galley hill. It has this name because the trail head is behind the galley hill. Church of christ and cemetry. Yeah i know it sounds bad already but this has been the only trail to this ride for as long as i can remember and it's never cost any sort of problems so like i said we set off for a long night of horseriding and for everyone but me a long night of drinking. I never drank when we rode. Because i wasn't of age and i was our designated driver. I'm aware this all may sound very dangerous. So even strange. But i assure you it's not at least not to us gilly hale is full of well-traveled trails during the winter but during the summer people don't write as much. The trials grow up making it easy to get lost or at least turned around halsey smarter than most folk given credit follow. They have a tremendous sense of direction and can see well at night. The only problem with horses being able to see at night is that in all for them to maintain their vision. It needs to remain. This leaves you without anything to improve your own vision while you ride a thousand pound animal and the duck who the middle of a wooded. No the only exception to this one may use a dim light with a red bulb and redlands for whatever reason which. I'm sure someone hit and explain. These lights won't make your night blind weakland aside from that and the only light we have come from the glow sticks. Everyone ties to the front and back of their saddles. So we can keep up each other easily anyway back to that. All night house came and went with nothing out of the ordinary happening as we wrote and covered a lot of ground constantly putting more distance between us and the whole trailers. I guess. It was around midnight when i made the comment that i was hungry and brought food to cook implying. I wanted to stop for more than just a few minutes to build a fire and eat unsurprisingly. I was not the only hungary one because we immediately stopped him. Within a few minutes had fire roaring and hotdogs roasting when we stop period of time we would always tie horses to trees in a circle and gathering the middle to do our thing. This was done especially at night for more than one reason. I because everyone to relax a little as we could all keep an eye on the horses together and made sure they didn't run all this had happened before and it's nearly impossible to catch a wild in the woods at night. The second reason is because host is a very large animals have superb hearing by having them form circle around us. It served as a natural to any unwanted visitors. Viewing are not after all. We were in the middle of nowhere in the woods at night. The horses formed a circle and inside the circle. We all sat by our fire eating drinking. When carrying i suddenly had the urge to piss so i stood up and walked. Had a few yards to the other side of my horse to go.
Here's what the CDC says fully vaccinated people can do
"Safai here with npr health correspondent. Alison aubrey hale. Said they agreed to be here mattie. So you're here because there was a press briefing by the white house. Covid nineteen response team on monday with some long awaited guidance. A morning. and thank you. I'm glad to be back with you today. Let's get started that. Cdc director rochelle walinsky and she said after weeks of steady decline new coronavirus cases. There's been a leveling of that decline the country's averaging about sixty thousand new cases a day. Yeah i mean it's not great caseload wise. We are pretty much where we were right. Before the winter surge and the most recent seven day average deaths is slightly lower than two thousand deaths per day. So that's pretty troubling but we'll landscape also said she was hopeful and she pointed to the approximately thirty one million people. That's about twelve percent of us adults who are fully vaccinated and is more americans vaccinated a growing body of evidence. Now tells us that there are some activities that fully vaccinated people can resume at low risk to themselves and mattie she went on to detail new cdc guidelines about what activities are considered safe for fully vaccinated people. Because everyone wants to get back to something. That looks kind of like normal or normal ish. I mean this is the news. People have been waiting for right. Vaccinated people can have a little more freedom to socialize but before we get ahead of ourselves. Alison let's make sure everyone knows what we mean. When we say believe excavated shirt so a person is considered fully vaccinated two weeks after getting the second dose of either the pfizer or a modern of vaccines because those required two shots or two weeks. After the single dose of the johnson and johnson vaccine because for that one. You only need that. Single dose to be fully vaccinated. That's right now. These new guidelines are not the final word. There's sort of a baby step towards a return to normal doctor will linski made clear during the briefing. The science of covid nineteen is complex and our understanding of the virus continues to rapidly evolve. The recommendations is today are just a first step so as more people get vaccinated the understanding will grow about what activities are safe to do and this guidance will be updated so today on the show we talk about the cdc's first set of public health recommendations for fully vaccinated people and why it's still important for all of us to remain vigilant. This shortwave the daily science podcast from npr ellison. I am very glad to have you here today. And we are going to go into the caveats and the guidance and we're going the sectors you know. I have to say this does feel like kind of a moment to celebrate that we are getting you know a little bit of freedom back The cdc guidance is relaxing about what vaccinated people can do So i just wanna start off being like this is pretty awesome You know what i mean. Yeah i agree. There's a sense of optimism. we all feel it. We look at these vaccination numbers taking up and thank you know. The new normal is right around the corner. But i just have to say hang on folks like there are still sixty thousand cases. The date musto dolts haven't been vaccinated yet. So there's a lot of vulnerable people out there and the pandemic is not yet in the rear view mirror. Absolutely absolutely so. Let's get into it. What does the new guidance say that fully vaccinated people can do the agency says that fully vaccinated people can gather indoors with other fully vaccinated people without wearing masks and without social distancing they can also gather unmasked with people from another household who are not vaccinated if everybody. There is at low risk of serious illness. So it's really a green light for scenarios of like grandparents who want to gather with their children or their grandchildren right. I mean this guidance gives the example fully vaccinated grandparents can visit indoors with their unvaccinated healthy family members. And that's without wearing masks. Or physical distancing provided of course that none of the unvaccinated family members are at high risk of severe covid nineteen. So let's break that down for a second alison sure who is considered high risk for severe covid. And who's considered low risk people. At high risk include older adults remember the vast majority of data people seventy five and older another high risk group pregnant individuals and people certain medical conditions those at lower risk include kids and healthy adults people who've had minimal exposure to other people bottomline risk goes up with age and the guidance from this week also says that the should be confined to one household. Right yeah right. They're very specific about this. And they give some scenarios The dividing line in your mind sort of be private spaces where you control. Who's around your home and public spaces. So at home if you are fully vaccinated and your friend or member fully vaccinated green light here to gather do at unmasked with knows distancing required alleluia. another scenario. my parents are vaccinated. Now they can come to my house even though we are not fully vaccinated and my ten year. Old daughter is too young to be vaccinated. We are considered low so vaccinated people can go visit unvaccinated people as long as everyone. There is considered low risk. Okay so that's all the good stuff. Let's talk about areas to be kind of cautious around sure. This is where there are some caution flags vaccinated people visiting unvaccinated people from people households at the same time. This is where the risks starts to sort of add up or accumulate so in this kind of situation. Everyone should wear a mask and visit outdoors of possible. Or if you are indoors make sure it's a well ventilated space and maintain physical distance when it comes to medium or large gatherings say baseball game a wedding. It's recommended that everyone including fully vaccinated people continue to avoid them. Yeah i mean. Let's talk about why we still need some of these precautions. Sure i mean officials say there's a growing body of evidence to show that people who are fully vaccinated are less likely to become infected and also potentially less likely to spread the virus to others. They use that word potential because the risk appears to be quite low but this is not completely nailed down yet. So as science evolves there will likely be more updated guidance and the guidance even talked about how in rare cases vaccinated people could get sick could have symptoms. Yeah i mean the risk is low but it's not zero mean the clinical trial showed. The vaccines are very very effective. They're not a hundred percent effective. And so the cdc says if fully vaccinated person has symptoms they should isolate and talk to a doctor and possibly get a test but they also say if fully vaccinated person has a known exposure. Say go to work and they later find out that a close contact was infected. They do not need to quarantine or get tested because they're infection risk is low though they should sort of monitor themselves for symptoms right so if a person who's vaccinated feeling sick they should isolate and talk to a doctor but if they get exposed to somebody who said that doesn't necessarily mean they need to you know go into quarantine. They just need to kind of monitor themselves. That's right
Lucy Hale and 'Riverdale' Actor Skeet Ulrich Fuel Dating Rumors
"I up we have to talk about the most unholy not q. Couple of our current time. I had all i have written in my notes is ski and lucy hale. I even have hail spelled. Wrong and kinsey is sitting by me and she sees that top note and she's like ski. All reckon lucy hale are dating. She's like he's not that cute. I mean she starts going off facile and she goes. He's in his fifties. He's she so much younger than him like he just date someone his age i mean and he's not even that cute and then like back in the early nineties when he was on things i mean he played really disgusting characters and i was like you know what can save for the podcast because agreed agreed. Agreed literally you spoke. Exactly what i was gonna say. Ski is fifty one lucius thirty one. We got a nice round twenty year. Difference different yes. That's actually i'm thirty. Two and my mom is fifty two. Which i mean my mom is like bomb like i love my mom. Yeah i mean. It's a little for gigi. I'm i don't like it and i saw this comet being like oh my god katy keene and f p joe which is just a larry's because i don't think anyone actually watched katy keene. Katy keene is in the riverdale universe and lucy hale plays katy keene and then ski. Orrick plays f jones. Which is jug had. Jones head in the riverdale series. Though sorry dad that i was thinking bug head you know so he. I don't know it's very you know. Enter enter cosmic riverdale relationship. And you probably might know. Lucy hill better as being aria and pretty little liars and ski. Alrich was in a lot of lake early nineties. He was in scream. I would say most of. kind of like his most famous role from back. Then and spoiler alert. He plays the serial killer in that. So that's why i do. Like his roles even
Careless Women: Consequences of Complacency
"I say addresses the issue with careless women in isaiah chapter thirty two verses nine through fifteen he was speaking to the hebrew women who lived seven decades before christ and yet his message is just as relevant to women who are living today he opens his plea telling the women who are at ease to rise up hear his voice and pay attention to what he has to say then he warned them then a little over a year they'll be troubled when their world falls. Apart throughout the bible god tells people not to be afraid but in this passage isaiah gives the exact opposite advice. Tremble you women who already be troubled youths placement women. They were living fearlessly giving no thought to the future. They needed to be shocked. Wake to be prepared for what was ahead. He goes on to tell them to get rid of their fancy wardrobe and clothe themselves in sackcloth because their time of mourning is coming clarity will hit palaces will be forsaken. The city will be deserted. The forts and towers will be taken over by robbers and wild animals will roam freely. Sounds pretty bad. Doesn't it until we get to verse fifteen until the spirit is poured upon us from on high and the wilderness becomes a fruitful field and the fruitful field is counted as a forest the remainder of chapter thirty two provides hope as ahah describes what will happen once. God reigns in their lives then. Justice will dwell in the wilderness and white justness remain in the fruitful field. The work of righteousness will be peace and the effect of righteousness quietness and assurance forever. My people will dwell in a peaceful habitation insecure dwellings. And in quiet places though hale comes down on the forest and the city is brought low and humiliation blessed are you who so beside the waters who sends out freely the feel of the ox and the donkey. Isaiah thirty two sixteen through twenty twin on little secret a year ago. If you ask me to analyze old testament prophecies like this. I would have gone into a panic. But i've come to realize that if you read slowly ask questions and do a little research you can make sense of anything you read in the bible so let's go back to verse nine and delve a little deeper into what i say was saying. It starts off pretty easy pay attention. I've got something important to say to you. All women who are living the easy life darker days are ahead and you need to be ready. So why did he specify the women. Why did i address his message to all the people. Obviously we have no way of knowing what was going on in his head per. Perhaps it would be easier to get the attention of the women since we tend to be more sensitive or maybe like in the case of the wicked hebrew women. They were the leaders in their careless living often the bible reveals the severity of the situation by the state of the women the profits use them as an example saying things had digressed far that even the women were living in depravity. Whatever the case. I see a wanted to make sure that he got the attention of the women in order to prepare them for what was to
Nuclear and Multimodality Imaging Coronary Ischemia
"Welcome back everyone. It's time for car. Dealers go nuclear with today's discussion about the multitude of clinical utilities of nuclear cardiovascular imaging within the broader context of multi modality imaging. We are just so thrilled to be joined by our imaging nerds colleagues doctors. Eric hut elbow skinny and wild jaber erica. It gives me so much joy heavy back on our audience will remember you from our cleveland clinic. Cnc are episode episode number. Seventy six on our patient with spontaneous. Pap ruptured related to vascular. Eller donald syndrome so for everyone. Erica was born and raised in costa rica where she received her medical degree from university. Costa rica she trained in internal medicine at the cleveland clinic. Where fortunately for us. She couples matched to stay here for cardiology along with mr dr. Eric hut aka jose. Aguirre truly power couple. Erdo will be staying here for cardiovascular imaging fellowship at beyond being clinical and a research powerhouse. Erica is a leader within the program as her classes fell representative erika. Thanks for joining us high. And it's a pleasure to be back. Thank you for that very kind introduction. I gotta say that. It's thanks to my mentors family and friends that i'm where i am today and i'm more than excited to introduce one of those individuals. Although skin on the cardiovascular imaging fellow at brigham and women's hospital he obtained his medical degree from Willing willingness swallow and completed his internal medicine residency including chief year at cleveland clinic and then moved on to cardiovascular fellowship at this institution although not only a spurt clinician and a researcher but also an exceptional mentor and a friend. And i actually met all during my interview at ccf when he was achieved I blame him. For recruiting me and six more latin americans to my residency class all of which actually became very close friends on one. My husband so thank you all for guiding my steps and really molding future so got. Thank you for those kind words. We have great times back into clinic. Both control mason in the work hard to try to you to the clinic somber. Happy that's the case. You're following through the path of of imaging so an amid. Thank you for the invitation diseases. Great session we're looking forward to do these for some time. So he's my to pressure to actually introduce the doco alligator book. Java's attended cardiologists at the cleveland clinic. He's director of new collapse. And director of the core lab. For the cleveland clinic. But beyond that the jerry's is is a friend of father to me as a person who has been all the way through. My journey in cardiology now could imaging in half neural networks expressed Grateful i am to have him in my life. We call him l. hefei just as a way to show him respect and gratitude and show him how we like him hale. Thank you so much for these kind words. now thank you for having a Show in guys is basically. There's no better time to spend your saturday this except of course watching boss place football but again. It's you know you look at these at yourself and you hear these words you think of yourself thank you all feel old inspect only comes with age and thank you guys old florida or not. Only keeping us always up to date but fighting us and You started shows again how you can change the way. We actually learn medicine. Cardiology from an up down up down way of delivering information. What everybody's waiting for the people in gray hair sitting in now. Beautiful offices in universities threatening us web to waiting for them to come up with a verdict every four or five years guidelines versus you taking this down to the level of practicing and cardiologists toward actually in training or early career and disseminating information. Because you can reflect. Shine the light on. The most important issues is face every day clinics and in the hospital home floors globally with the pandemic and then you can also actually at transcend all these rigid structures. We developed over the past. Maybe thousands of years cardiology and make these structures louis invade democrat. So thank you so much that and there's nobody that person actually reflect this new method or way of learning than erica. Erica is amazing amazing. Amazing human being an amazing physician. And i for the feel fuelling vitals of had in my life over the past two years have been at the cleveland clinic. It's such a pleasure to spend after
China Still Grew and Fueled Its Rise as Covid-19 Shook the Global Economy
"China's economy grew at the slowest pace in more than four decades last year, according to official figures. That's the bad news for Chinese policymakers, but while in the rest of the world Covert 19 shutdowns have led to millions of job losses. Business is closing down and slumping consumer demand. China's economy is on course to be the only major one to have expanded. In 2020 Thomas Hale is with the financial Times in Hong Kong. I think the fact that China is now growing at a faster quarterly rate than in any period in 2019 before any of this crisis began, is really quite a striking figure it it is, of course, true that the historic contraction of the star of last year when when China was plunged into lockdown ahead of any other country in the world, has had a major impact on The annual figure. But I think that the speed with which China has recovered is really emphasized by the fourth quarter 6.5% growth we saw today. Should we be somewhat circumspect about this economic data or not? Is a perennial question that comes up with Chinese data. Really? As with any national data, national economic data, there are reasons to be, you know, hesitate slightly on how much exactly they could tell you about the economy, but I think There are many other indicators on the ground in China that do reflect a country and an economy that is performing very differently to the world's other biggest economies.
Slow down? Never. Ryan Seacrest says he's busier than ever
"TV host Ryan Seacrest is gearing up for his new year's eve broadcast in the coronavirus era I marquees are a letter with the latest Ryan Seacrest Lucy Hale and Billy Porter will host this year's Dick Clark's new year's Rockin eve from New York even though there will be no crowds in Times Square Seacrest says it will likely look the same on T. V. as in past years it may feel a little different on the ground but I think on the air it's still going to have that celebratory component to it Seacrest is actually hoping for bad weather he said to give them something interesting to talk about
Jennifer Lopez To Headline Times Square New Year's Eve Show
"Native Jennifer Lopez will headline Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin E from Times Square during a television on Lee event. The program will have different sets of hosts for the two coasts in New York. Ryan Seacrest, Billy Porter and Lucy Hale will head Hosting duties on ABC out No way Sierra. While crowds can't be in attendance, there's over 5.5 hours of performances scheduled, including Bronx, his own J. Lo on what will be the 49th anniversary for the New Year's Rockin Eve franchise.
Federal prisoner Brandon Bernard executed despite pleas from celebrities, jurors
"Administration carried out its ninth federal execution of the year. Last night. Last minute clemency pleas for Brandon Bernard were rejected celebrities and a former U. S prosecutor had taken up his cause. George Hale from member station. W F I U has more fans flooded Donald Trump's Twitter account for a week after Kim Kardashian West asked for help trying to save Bernard's life. But late Thursday it was the mother of a murdered youth minister of plotting the president's decision to let the execution go forward. The family have Todd Bagley would like to thank President Donald J. Trump. Attorney General William H. Bar and the Department of Justice. Todd and his wife, Stacy, were visiting Texas in 1999 when a group of young men kidnapped them, hoping to empty their bank accounts. Hours later, the couple was locked in the trunk of their car when the gang's ringleader fatally shot them. Both. Bernard was a low ranking member of the gang and followed orders to set the car on fire. Federal officials executed shooter, Christopher V. Alva in September. They also moved to set an execution date for Bernard. Supporters of Bernard insist he had no idea the all the planned to shoot anyone. He was also only 18 at the time. That wasn't part of the original kidnapping. But prosecutors managed to convince a mostly white jury to send us both young black men to death. The majority of surviving jurors later changed their minds about Bernard. So did Angela Moore, a former U. S prosecutor who helped defeat Bernard's appeal. Mr Bernard was not planning on any kidnapping or killing to happen. Mr Real of Awas More wrote in an op ed in the Indianapolis star detailing her objections to Bernard's execution. That's when Kim Kardashian West got involved tweeting the essay to her nearly 70 million followers. Trump listens to West before he once hosted her in the White House alongside prisoners he had granted clemency. The Stars Support offered rare hope to an inmate scheduled to die under a Supreme Court stacked with death penalty supporters. Hours before the execution, Bernard's defense, added attorneys and Trump backers Ken Starr and Alan Dershowitz to the team. They sought a 14 day stay to review the case. But any hope of Trump intervening, faded late Thursday. As prison officials gathered witnesses and the execution went forward Kardashian West took to Twitter soon after our system is so eft up, she said. The next federal execution is set for tonight. For NPR News. I'm George Hale and Terra Haute, Indiana.
Billy Porter Joins Ryan Seacrest and Lucy Hale for ‘Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve’ 2021
"Year on New Year's Eve, Billy Porter was working in New Orleans, and this year The star of Pose will be working in New York City. He'll be joining Ryan Seacrest and Lucy Hale on ABC in Times Square, December 31st for Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin Eve with Ryan Seacrest. The broadcast is closed to the public due to the pandemic. Reporter made his debut on the program last year, taking over from Hale as co host in New Orleans and perform several songs. Sierra will once again oversee the Los Angeles festivities.
Billy Porter to join New Year's Eve show from Times Square
"Ryan Seacrest Lucy Hale Billy Porter and Sierra will host this year's edition of new year's Rockin eve on ABC marches are loaded with the latest Billy Porter will join Ryan Seacrest and Lucy Hale in new York's Times Square to say goodbye to twenty twenty zero will host festivities in Los Angeles Porter had hosted the New Orleans party last year the show will look different this year the broadcast is closed to the public because of the pandemic
Uber, Lyft and the sharing economy
"What used to be referred to as the sharing economy. Let's quickly remind ourselves what sharing actually means if i give you a ride in my car and don't expect anything in return that's sharing if however aguirre rod in my car and you have to pay for the privilege. Well that's cold commerce and that's why when we talk about uber and deliver ruined task. Grab it and even airbnb. These days we now refer to them as gig economy companies. Juliet shore has been researching. Why the sharing ideal ended up as a form of anti regulation capitalism. Her new book is called after the gig. How the sharing economy got hijacked and how to win it back. So the sharing economy launched in the midst of the so-called great recession of two thousand eight nine and it emerged with a series of could've wonderful promises about all the good things it was going to bring an call that the idealist discourse so it promised it was going to give people a whole new way to work without a boss if people independence and flexibility autonomy that it was going to provide income for struggling middle class people and that it was inclusive because it was so easy to join these platforms and it would reduce discrimination and help low income people. It also promised that it was going to create social ties connections. These were what we call appeared appear person to person exchanges. Somebody in their car. Someone who needs a ride someone with a room. Someone who needs a place to stay and that those exchanges would yield truly personal intimate relationships and then finally it claimed that it was going to reduce carbon footprints. Because airbnb would make it. So we didn't have to build hotels and ridesharing would make it so people didn't have to own their own cars anymore so it was a pretty hefty set of claims and sort of idealistic hopes which we heard from ordinary users. And of course from the platforms themselves as well as the many consultants who were touting the benefits of this new way to run an economy. What does it suggest that flexibility is really the only regional virtue of the sharing economy that still touted by the big gig companies today when whenever they come under attack for their methods and actions. Well flexibility is still at least in principle a key part of gig work in the sense that people can choose to go on the app and go off at any time. They can work as many as few hours as they want in practice. What we do find though. Is that for people who are trying to make a full time. Living on these apps they lose almost all the flexibility they lose a great deal of it. Because there's not enough work too many people chasing too little work so they have to pretty much stay on the apps. Whenever there's any work to be had we know that very quickly. The sharing economy co opted by silicon valley venture capitalists. But we're those original ideals. Plausible could have worked. I think some of them weren't some of them weren't so the environmental idea really warrant for much of the sharing economy. That's because the two biggest sectors which are lodging and transportation are both really carbon intensive activities travel and you know both long distance travel and local travel and these sharing platforms made these services available much more cheaply which meant that more people were gonna use them. So more people getting into private cars as a result of ride hailing because there was so much less costly than taxis. Many more people travelling as a result of the fact that airbnb offered cheaper accommodation so environmental claims weren't laws above the social. Claims are a little bit more mixed. We do find people on airbnb if they're staying with someone who's present in the home rather than renting out a whole place. They are making social ties there. Few sharing platforms like blah blah car in europe which is long distance ridesharing where connecting with someone is really relevant but as far as the claims for the labor side of things economic claims. I think they were feasible. Wall if you had a decent business model and you didn't let too many people on the platform but second the companies started out with pretty decent compensation for the workers in the early days people were pretty happy with many of these platforms but over time because the companies weren't making money kept cutting what they were giving to the workers and this was most prevalent in ride help and the bakeries and they weren't making money was they priced the service too low so uber and lift subsidizing the rise by about forty percent. It's the only way they could get such a big market so if they were less greedy. I think the answer to your question is yes. There is a way to do this. That actually takes advantage of the technology is still a reasonable deal for consumers. But isn't you know giving them crazy. Low prices and also is sort of feasible from platform point of view. Your book is called after the gig and the subtitle is how the sharing economy got hijacked. Which is what we've been talking about and how to win it back looking at the how to win it back do see the. The basic model appears structure augmented by digital technology. Do you see that as having potential to expand or to create genuine sharing economy models. I do think that there's tremendous potential here. So there other more out of the box kind of innovative ways that we can think about using this technology and changing the social relations of production basically in ways that would really benefit users and workers in particular so i studied what are called platform cooperatives and these are platforms. They use many of the same technology so they use the matching algorithms. They use the ratings and reputational data. They use the payment systems but instead of being owned by wealthy investors owned by the people who are actually doing the work so i studied an artist's platform of photographers platform that sell stock photography over the web and there are about a thousand artists who are members of this cooperative. They're much much happier when they they used to work for that quote unquote of stock photography. Which is a company named getty images and two longtime industry insiders started. This new company called stocks a united and photographers flocked to it. They're much much happier. They get a much bigger fraction of the sales and they can govern themselves so they have control over what the company does so. I think it's a fantastic model. The reason i have a lot of optimism for it is that the technology obviates a lot of what management does it takes care of the quality control. It does the matching. it does the finance. You know you really don't need much management and you can see that by the fact that many of these companies have very few employees and that means that it's just that much easier for workers actually to own those companies because there's really not so much that management is providing. Can you bring those types of platform co to scale or in trying to grow. Do they risk going down. The path of what we know has happened to some of the big companies. It's an interesting question. Because i think the question of scale is somewhat misunderstood in the gig space many of the areas where you've had rapid growth our in services that are person to person services and are primarily local ride hale and delivery errands and tasks and so forth so these are personal services and people who provide them are locals and they're providing them to local so for those you actually don't want them to get two big. There's no reason that they should all you really need is what we can think of as interoperability in the apps. So let's say. I use a ride hailing app in my city and that's most of the time that's what i'm using it for but occasionally go somewhere else. I wanna be able to open that app and get a ride held. They're all that means. is that those. Local co ops. Have to all be part of a network that platforms where scaling to a large. You know market makes more sense are the online platforms and the accommodations platform. So those make more sense to scale up. We have seen some other kinds of structures at least in nonprofits and so forth not necessarily always a co op structure. But you know something similar where we have some of these platforms that are actually operating more globally and the one i studied stocks is global platform. So yeah they can scale. I think the question is how big do you want them to scale. And i think that really varies by the service. Were talking about
Woman set on fire by boyfriend in SE Houston
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Uber's food delivery business outshines core rides service
"Severe drop off and rides during the pandemic. A bright spot food delivery over stock Gotta boost this week when California voters passed proposition 20 to that. Let's ride Hale and at based food delivery companies keep classifying their workers as freelancers instead of Having to hire them as employees. We ask my colleague Molly would host of our program. MARKETPLACE Tech for some context
Maria Sakkari on being part of a tennis family
"You for your time. First of all, my wife's so obviously the French Open had been different than New York, but everyone's talked so much about the conditions this year. Is it that different than the French Open? You played last year in the spring? Yeah, of course, I mean, even though in springtime you can have some cold days and rainy days you in pies, of course, you know, my first round match was I think the coldest day and we played in the rain so think like the ball just turned brown. You cannot see any yellow from the bowl, but to be honest, you know, it's just you have to accept it embrace it and just be grateful that you have the opportunity to play another grand slam, even though it's you know, under these conditions you may the fourth round of a grand slam twice in the French Open you made the third round what kind of expectations do you put on yourself going into a major? Well, I do put I mean, I think that's what makes me, you know a good job. Sure that the have expectations for myself. I have I'm coming here with the mindset of winning the tournament. Of course. It's a long way to go but I'm not coming here to to win too much has and I'm like, okay, I my third round. No, that's not my mentality. And I know that I can do it and you know shown some great tennis this year, especially in a solid as well. And I think that I don't see why not going deep deep here or in the next major. How do you unwind and stay entertained in all of these different bubbles off when you're in a tournament, especially in a slum stress level is like after here. So let's say in Australia that we were not in the bubble. I had room service most of the nights because I just wanted to be as relaxed as a good so it's not a big difference. It's just the fact that you cannot go out. That's what makes most of the players, you know feeling a little bit trapped wage. But to be honest to have a great team that makes it so much better. You know, we're having a lot of fun with dom and Daniel so, you know good food good company and found my friends back home. I cannot complain that soon nothing, you know negative from my side. So I kind of liked it. I think I'm going to be sad once this wage bubble thing is over because I feel less stressed. I have to say wow, that's a good perspective to have and you mentioned your team. So Tom Hale and then who's Daniel dials my Physio and Tom is of course my coach. Is it fun working with a team? That's so young. So we're all twenty-five years old mean, and Daniel which makes it so fun, you know, but of course we're working with Tom. It's so easy. I mean you have nothing to worry about she takes care of most of the things before I even tell him his job. Larks have nothing, you know nothing to complain about and I just enjoy every every time you you know, I'm on the court with him. So it's great to have you know, these people around them. They're not like a family member, you know, what was the quarantine experience like for you? I know you're Greek, but you're based in Monte Carlo. So what was the quarantine like I was in Greece because God I just wanted to be you know with my family at that time and my brother my sister came back also, so we spent the whole time together with was amazing, you know, go to clubs a lot in my fitness and stuff because was the only thing I could do outdoors and just started playing tennis after five weeks since I came back from South Indian was it was it was nice. I have to say I enjoyed home. Your mom. Angelica was a top forty WT a pro. I feel like no one really talked about that so much. So what is that? Like has she influenced wage? Career a lot. Yeah, of course. I mean seen Seymour mom now with you know, it's nice but she always has some jobs, you know things like good things to say and oh forget the word now like advice like advices. Yeah advices. So I you know, she has been here actually she stopped when she was twenty-five. So it's imagine like me stopping now, there's no absolutely no chance. But you know, it's great to have someone that really knows what you're going through. She's she's a great supporter. Does she still hit that she play with you ever. Oh, that's so that's the thing that you know, I am actually complaining about her cuz I'm like she works out a lot in the gym like every day we have personal trainer, but she doesn't play. I think I'm going to convince her to you know, Start eating again. Does she watch all of your matches and have comments for you afterward? Oh, yeah, and this seems more stress than any other part than that makes it even you know more weird because she has been changed my position. So I think she really knows when I'm stressed. So she's even more stressed but funny enough like once it's dark home. Let's say this is watching my maths c as this game off phone called Candy Crush piggy White Noise. She's watching them out and playing that game just to make her more relaxed. That is so relatable though. Did she ever Hands-On coach you when you were little she can help me out a few times when I was when I didn't have a coach, but when I was little I was practicing with my grandfather cuz she was my mom's coach up until I was twelve or thirteen and then I'm just, you know work with some other people, but my mom was there with me when she called herself the emergency quote. So when I was without a job She was in a stepping in so that she ever have advice that's annoying for you or is it always really helpful? It's one thing that annoys me a lot is like make first serves. I'm like, okay mom took you very much. I know that I have to make first serves. It's like just just put it in just you know, kick it. I'm like, oh no, I'm not playing Under 12. I'm I'm competing with players. I have to hit Prestige and she's like no convinced that have to put more first serves. I'm like, that's our disagreement.
"hale" Discussed on 5 Minutes in Church History
"Welcome to five minutes in churches hosted by Dr Stephen. Nicholson. Where we take a little break from the presence to go exploring the past travel back in time as we look the people events and even the places that have shaped the story of Christianity this is our story family history. Let's get started. On this episode of five minutes in Church history, we are talking about Alexander of Hales a medieval theologian. The first question is, where is hails will hails is in the West Midlands of England. The word itself means a Nook or a remote valley in this was a place that was a remote valley at the time of Alexander. The population of this sleepy little Berg was south of five hundred people. So now that we know where hails is who is Alexander. Well, he was born in eleven eighty five actually we're not quite exactly sure when he was born dates range from eleven eighty to eleven eighty six but we seem to settle on the date eleven eighty five. There is very little else known about his childhood we assume that his family was wealthy because he was sent off to the University of Paris to study in that was not something that everyone did. So we assume that his family had some means an off he went to Paris. His time at Paris. He held a number of church positions and titles but largely, he was a teacher at the University of Paris. He did become Franciscan monk in twelve thirty six and he would die in Paris in twelve, forty five. So. What did he do? Well, he was significant and bringing aristotle into the discussion of theology. Now, when we talk about this, we talk about all of the as that are involved and that is the first letter of the names of all of these people seems to begin with an a or there's no himself. Of course. Then there's arrows he was the Muslim scholar who translated aristotle from the Greek into Latin for all these medieval lists to be able to read study. There's Alberta's Magnus Albert the great another Great Faculty member at the University of Paris and he was the teacher of the final a a coyness. Thomas. Aquinas. Well, into that bunch of as we must throw Alexander he actually preceded Albertus magnus and he was the first to. The lectures and the theological lectures in particular around to aristotle and to use aristotle and his method, and even some of Aristotle's Tom's. As an aide and as a help to teach algae was Alexander of Hales that we see as the founder of the father of scholasticism and one of his published works was his own Suma Taylor. Of course, we talk about Thomas Acquaintances Suma but Alexander had one to his sumo was not finished at the time of his death and many others added to it in fact about seven years after he died. His book was still being added to one person said of Alexander's Suma that it was as heavy as a horse. Now, I'm sure there are some hyperbole there, but it was a massive tome. So we have his big book in his use of Aristotle but the other thing that makes him interesting is that he participated in these public university wide debates and he participated in famous one that spanned over three days. Now. Presumably, let's hope that they would take breaks from time to time. But this was a debate that spanned three days and anyone students. Faculty citizens of Paris could ask any question of the master and the master would have to feel it. And Alexander of Hales withstood three long days of this debate. That's how you earned the Latin title Doctor, Irre- FRAG analysis which we translate as the air refutable teacher. So he was unable to be refuted during those three days of debates. He also earned the title Doctor Doc two-room, which translated means the teacher of teachers. So this is Alexander of Hales that small village and mid western England and he made it all the way to the University of Paris as the Medieval, theologian? Alexander of Hales. Well, I'm Stephen Nicholson, thanks for listening to five minutes in Church history. For more.
"hale" Discussed on LadyGang
"Jackie but yeah there's some I think my mom actually might have one she gets. Kinda gets pond off all that stuff. 'cause she ATMA. I'm so excited that you are here and I wanNA know about quarantine life and how great it is to have Elvis with you I. He's here alot he's right here on all important teen alone but I am. I am the riding Solo but except for him. I I actually think I would lose. Mind moves out him. We've gotten I've gotten more crazy dog. Lady yeah you know like. I bought him a car seat on Amazon the energize when all the rides you're doing. Noah's me I think I'm driving him crazy though I think like he's he's over he's like okay. Go back to work it's done. These animals are confused shortly. Is it so shocking to you? Because I noticed that I'm feeling like odd because usually in your life like there's people touching you all the time like someone's making you and the wardrobe is like pulling a thing and the hair and the you know like now you're just alone like no one's touching it you all day which sounds gross but like no. I want people to touch me. You're right I I always thought I wasn't introvert because I love my alone time but but now I figured out. It's because I'm always surrounded by people like I actually need human connection. I'm losing it. I don't know where you guys are at and all this. I'm proud of us. It has to be done the better of but like okay. Let's let's I'm over it and I'm sure we all are but it's been interesting because I realize I'm not I'm an extrovert. I need people I actually had. I had that exact same realization. 'cause I always thought that there's like an introverted part of me but I'm like all I want all I want is human connection but I'm with my parents and my boyfriend so I have humans anybody else other than them like I'm over the well. That's did you have family. I was kind of. I made the mistake of not going home to Memphis my family very beginning when I feel like my family would have zone me by now so get out of here. Yeah the show is so cute and I know that he's billed as a riverdell spin up but if you're not into riverdale because it's like a little bit too much murder for me and I'm sensitive but you can just get into your show so I don't agree that it could just has to be a spinoff. It can own thing it is its own standalone show and I understand. Pr Wise why they went the riverdell off because it's like the biggest thing in the world But sort of the titans riverdale. Katy keene is. Josie McCoy from will clash. Ford's five years later moved to New York and becomes Katie Gains Roommate And then it's just about shout dreamers living in New York City in trying to figure their lights out the clothes you ever live in New York now so I was always scared of New York because there's so many people there's so much going on. There's so much noise there's so much lights and I'm just not that person so I'd always dreamt of working there but Katie keene was actually my first time living in working there and it was the best thing that's ever happened to me. It like totally broke me out of my shell. It was. Don't get me wrong. I'm overwhelming. Yeah Yeah but when we got lucky that we got to own their because so many times they taking a Canada which so Tronoh the good. Oh Canada Toronto on there no. No one wants to go there. Brewed Jackson. Did you steal anything like the closed because of closer close Know what goes on anything same thing with pretty little liars. You don't get to keep anything because these are both warner brothers. Chosen so what? They do all closes as they put them into a rotating vaults or they put him in like there is a Pretty Little Liars Museum. But now I don't get to keep crap unfortunately ru even let me borrow but my style is a little different than Katie's but I I mean I just love her style. I loved you in the mint. Green at the critics choice awards this year. I think it was one of the best red carpets. You've ever had and I look at these things like a contact sport like that's how I feel about fashion on the red carpet. I'm like I don't care. I know you're not supposed to just be like tell me about the dress but I just want to them. Address Dow was insane. Yeah it was the start color law and thank you so good okay I love your eyebrows and I want to know about if you've ever had a brow accident okay. Well if you google pictures of me from like Mary Austin Okay yeah I mean I was very tweezers happy? It probably like thirteen fourteen. And and on what through the whole sensible than the upside down you either as not cute and I got lucky. They grew back. Yeah now now I truly especially during quarantine like just let him go wild. That's just my only advice for that. Just let them do their thing. I feel like it's sort of liberating even though I feel like I look like a troll. I it's sort of cool to see what happens when you don't touch your hair color for this long or your nails. Your face it's weird. You know what I got scared of looking at myself in the mirror had to do my roots. I have my hair girl. Send me my route. Color do a lot of grey hair. I I had no idea but I haven't seen my natural hair color since I was fourteen years old. Yeah depressing I'd have to remember. It's but right now. My nails are best. The nails the nails the issue. I'm having with the growing of everything is that yes the grazer in every the nails and everything but then I like went up close in the mirror and I was like. Oh if you don't mess with your browse you also not taking stock of your face. You Mustache comes like Oh oh didn't know she was here. High has bent. Stop looking at my face in the mirror like altogether none of this is going to be good or make me happy at all. So I'm just GONNA we're does. Tonight is good for us all. Yeah Yeah Lizzy it feel sort of different the second time around on a show like I mean I know you've been working consistently since you were young but you know pretty liars was such a big hit but then to come back and sort of be the anchor of another series. Does it feel special. Does it feel different. Able to appreciate it more because you're like less terrified of it yet. No so what? A lot of people don't know is that I actually did a show before Katy keene. That was very short. Lived and no one knew about it because it didn't really get any publicity. It was called life sentence and the billboard. I saw the I remember that word and that was about it but but Katy keene felt different like I had this feeling about Katy. Keene is I did about pretty little liars of Suspect Special. This is going to resonate with people But Yeah I mean pretty little liars like I was baby. We were early twenty. I didn't know what I was doing. Acting wise life wise nothing and so I I spent my twenty s on that show so I feel a little more grown. I feel like I I. I'll never fully know what I'm doing but it's nice to be a leader in like there's a lot of people on the show are new and I don't know that didn't answer your question. I'll know dead like it does. Fill IS SPECIAL FIT. What is one thing? You wish that everyone knew about you that you can't quite get them to get. I don't know I'm sure every young actor. I WanNa get hit in holds. You know. There's IT's so every actor my age say that but you know I think people will always see me as Ara from pretty little liars and that's totally fine like what a good problem to have but it's kind of my job and it's been my Onto sort of like change the direction a little bit and it will take some time but I think that's something that always fall around and that's not something. I wish people knew about me because don't get me wrong very grateful for it but I guess I just don't want to be and and also like with social media it's so easy for people to only see me as Lucy Hale so if they watch me on TV. They can't differentiate lucy from character so it gets tricky. But it's hard when you get put in a box as one thing like back. I feel like you've experienced similar thing like it's like teen show and then like but what if you want to do Nicole Kidman like my face is beat up halfway in the gutter like you know what I mean like. You have the ability to do that. But it's like no one will let you out at your box sometimes just like the people that trust you will absolutely be like yeah totally we're going to give you free rein to do this kind of do you feel like you're also fighting against this thing where people you're frozen in time as a certain age where you're like not getting roles of more mature women even though you're becoming that because they see you as this little girl still a lot of will. I guess this is what I want people to know about me like I'm thirty years old. Don't people don't know that and I guess one day I'll start to look my age. But yeah I I kind of an and like Becker you look so like you probably have the same problem but I I'm kind of like inbetween age where a campaign teenager But no one believes anyone's mother. Yeah you're definitely not playing a mom no and like I'll read scripts where it's like twenty five years old whereas the baby but nobody can see me with the baby. Yeah maybe just have a baby.
"hale" Discussed on LadyGang
"Really wants you to look your worst. You know. I'm certainly I'm certainly there Okay well now. It's time for good. We yes it is bad. We know wants to start all go. Okay Okay Okay. So my good week. It was my mom's birthday last week. So we had a a quarantine birthday and we're out in my parents backyard. Some cocktails you know just chatting or whatever. And all of a sudden we see this stream of cars coming down the road linking in Lake Yellen and whistling and shit so I go to see what it is and it's abundant line of cars for a different birthday. So My oh what's the occasion like? It's a ten year old's birthday down the street like everybody had their balloons. It was so cute so we go to the front of the House and film the whole thing because it was super q and then my dad sons it into our family group chat and he was like you guys look everybody in. The neighborhood came out to support her birth. They look how loved no? My Tire Family Group is like Oh my God. This is the most touching thing I've ever seen. Well May I didn't know you touch my God. That's amazing it was I my ten year old kid down the street at bit. What was your mom's birthday what we've done pretty much every every day. We bought S- more stuff but we didn't end up making them because it was too cold out but You know had some cocktails. I'd I've turned it into a master craft cocktail maker so guys I have a confession more. I start mushed us. No no no. I had to stop. I love marshmallows. I had to stop drinking because I was waking up every morning and I wasn't sure if I'd covert or a hangover. Oh my God you know it's old. It's that slight hangover that it's not. It's not a gang over to really just stop your entire day but lingers with you and you can't really do anything wall and I'm like this weird. Dull headache has not gone away for so many days. And I'm like wool. Do I feel like crap because I keep drinking every or is it Cova D- so I actually tonight will be like the first like Friday night that I won't be getting blackout and I'm kind of worried? Also I need to go back out for you. Okay I need to go back to something. Jack said. We bought s'mores in southern California and we didn't make them because it was too cold. I just want to let you know fully that it's actually never too cold in California to do an outside activity like even when you're supposed to do it.
"hale" Discussed on The Candid Frame
"As record this I'm beginning my second full week in Tokyo Japan where I'm conducting by last workshop of the year with my friend George the Betcha I wanna find the word to describe what I've been experiencing but any words I think it would be premature. All I can say is that something very special is happening for me here George. My students are enjoying wonderful experiences and making thousands of photographs. But what makes everything special is that we are experiencing this journey together and each of us is learning how to see and bear witness to our personal experiences using the camera in by sharing them through. Who are images? We are learning about the uniqueness of each other in ways that words just couldn't I met Robert Hale about twenty five five years ago through our association with the Black Gallery a fine art gallery and collective of African American photographers here in Los Angeles and while I remember his tall lean look and his ever calm peaceful demeanor. I also remember a small metal container. Ah Prince he would always have with him. It was those images that told me so much about who Robert Wise and it wasn't until recently that I finally had the chance to have a proper conversation with a man whose work I have long admired. It's a conversation and that was too long coming. This is about an ex and welcome back to the cantered Fram Welcome brother the.
"hale" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"That party but isn't it interesting how i walked by so many conversations and i do this myself but they're always talking about somebody else uh-huh sure you know it's that sense of there's a there's a community building technique of of talking about another person yes which is unfortunate you know it's because nobody wants to say man i really didn't show up to this party i've really we've been judgmental really here for the wrong motivations arm i mean not that we would be a huge buzz kill but it's much more community building to sake a god why did he come why why was she there yeah we just had this us alive he had a long breakdown of like evolutionary benefits of gossip being being there's so many upsides of it yes sure a it's relationship building its relationship maintaining it has the power it's a warning to yes to prevent someone else else experiencing some say it's a warning 'cause i if i were to say telling somebody else don't do this because i'm going to have the reaction exactly this person does this and no one likes that so it's telling you okay i shouldn't do that it's like shaming technique in a way these parameters for you to be my yes yeah yeah yeah and then on top of it going maybe there's a real warning in there like don't ever loan him money he's bad with me he's so whatever there could be some beneficial item among passing onto you to save you but then i think also under all that is we're a social animal who's dying to know where we're at not even if we desire to be number one there's this all this anxiety about where am i in what strata MIS that made me think of i was talking about this might not even be connected but it made me you think of the whole idea when you were saying about wanting connection it's like everybody wants to be known everybody wants to be seen and i was having an interesting conversation recently about got fame and how everybody sees that as the ultimate sharing known like the ultimate being seen and how many instagram followers you have how many twitter followers you have all that kind of stuff i was saying how it's actually just the opposite for person in i don't know who's working at an alabama somewhere anything said to them anything anything given to them anything encouraged for them and whatever there's no strings attached it's just they can know that they are receiving that for who they are what good or bad at someone like angelina jolie whatever said to them given to them encouragement there's always questioning the motives as where that's coming from right so actually that's a very isolating isolated place yeah so when we look at fame as the it's actually the opposite i would say that personnel bama's more known than angelina jolie ah yes and that was a huge tangent but there's a sweet spot i gotta say yeah or at least appears to be suites now from my vantage point which is i have friends that are uber uber successful in our business and that does to me appear to be very isolating even in my i own a meeting there's been a couple visitors that were so famous that i could just feel that it's impossible not to be thinking about the person like it's impossible the person so well known and so alpha in this world that it's not possible to sit among them and not be thinking about them then thinking about what they think about you and then i was just watching the person i got onto my own head for a long enough to go there's no way that person isn't feeling this this is a palpable ebel energy i'm feeling among my friends who are respecting have morals and all these things s and i thought wow that's saluting where and not in when you're around people well who you can feel aren't in their skin yes i'm not at that level yup me i've there are people that might like my stuff and you can feel that they're not in their skin and it you want them to be yeah it's so i would think it's so hard to be present for that person walk into that meeting at that level to focus john why they're there to focus on the material because it takes i would think it would take a lot of work to say well there's i can feel this energy field these is but i need to focus on this and i got an i need a place to come be honest about i need authenticity and i will say in those cases it does dissipate like editor a couple or three meetings got back down to the normal level but i just thought oh everywhere this person goes in life they're experiencing this energy and what a gift for them to find relationships that are purely authentic and grounded yes in they gravitate those for the rest of their lives okay you get out of college you moved to new york city having just done your master's degree to kind of refined your voice in steel yourself it sounds like that's a big move for you i would imagine it is a big move and i think about that i don't know if you guys can relate to this i don't like to travel i could go to the mall food court for the rest of my life and be fine maybe it's because i travel so much as a kid i like structure i like just going back to the same places i don't i'm not a bit explorer for me to make that move i look back on that and i'm like i don't even know why i did that i didn't know anybody not completely by yourself i myself found a sublet in the east village for for a month from this i think i was on seven different couches in the first year of just like looking in the newspaper for sublets and stuff and and i just kind of couched hopped and then i found this the place but i just didn't know anybody and i the first show i did was shakespeare in the parking lot where i did like i met some friends outweigh and then just did all these jobs but i'm amazed that i took that step because that's not very much my personality right but you founded or co founded had a christian theater company while you're there it was more of a i had met a lot of artists whose faith was important to them some of them were not really supported by the the church you know if they weren't doing what the church teams as pure art or something like that but i wanted to just do something different yeah and so we would just kind they get together and encourage one another and go see each other's stuff and each week somebody would stand up and give an inspiration whether it be a dance or a song or something like that and then and we do a lot of service projects we would do this thing where we'd make apple pies for shelter at thanksgiving or something just to kind of 'cause you know obviously we know we're selling ourselves as the business we would try to kind of get our eyes off ourselves and it's called the haven sounds like a cult but it was just really just kind of like a almost a fellowship right and how many members hours were there of this members but like people coming we didn't really have like a membership but it was like one hundred something a hundred yeah any of those folks still friends yes very very good friends yeah and what was your path into employment i saw that you're on sopranos which really excites me i've been dying to make kristen watch that whole series and monica and now now over the years we've interviewed some people that had little roles on it and i can't wait to watch because i imagine it's a bit of a minefield of people that are now yeah i was a nurse oncologist i on it so i gave uncle junior his oh madison sure but it was just like one little scene but i was so petrified i'd mainly only done commercials and i was having a hard time it took me like six or seven years to find somebody rep me for TV and film and getting the sopranos little part really is a big deal and i was just so anxious about it i i am i had a dressing room all that kind of stuff really overwhelmed in what kind of story were you spinning like how is it going to go sideways or the things that you fear like performance wise you know what was actually what i specifically remember i was giving his his treatment and when i get nervous my handshake okay when i've done theater many times in the past if i have a holding a couple put await in their from shaking because that's it's how dull manifest themselves sometimes yeah and so i was so nervous my hands are going to be shaking while doing all the cords and all that kind of stuff around him yeah and i i can't remember if i did but that was a big focus point is your hands like please just relaxed the hands god you just brought me back to the fact that all in high school in my early twenties i got clammy emme hands when i was and i would leading up to knowing i was about to shake someone's hand you're even walking into someplace i bet we're gonna start shaking hands and then they would just turn on and i would be like soon as i would think about the fact that they were going to be clammy they wish they would sell flew by very upset i can't tell so you like how much of my day was spent rubbing my hands do the other night i julia louis drives got this award and i was presenting it to her and and i did a little speech and she came up and got it and i was standing at the site and i my knees randomly just started shaking staying next door and that whole whole game of like try not to think about it maybe they'll calm down or maybe i should think about actually maybe that'll just everybody is looking at my knees just going i'm not s- underneath the suit which probably nobody was yeah tell randomly they just started inviting they just came online and started doing their thing has that dissipated over times i mean you you're more and more and more on these stages and in front of people and i think there's a i mean not to get into like anxieties is something that i've kind of dealt with so i think i have i have developed a lot of tools on how to manage it have you heard of cognitive behavioral therapy yes so i've done a lot of that tricks i've a lot of tricks i'm actually about to do this play in san francisco in january i haven't done theater in a long time so it's like that if i find myself creating narratives of what could happen that's an example of lake don't live in the what if stay in the now i using whenever i'm kind of find myself anxious on tap into five senses like what do i smell what do i see what do i hear you i touch in that kind of wakes you up to where you are stuff like that also going really meta like it just just doesn't matter you know i remember this was such a gift i was doing conan one time i left the stage and just didn't feel like it went really well and thought my story bomb to andy and i was like andy i just don't think that was really good and.
"hale" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"Welcome welcome welcome to armchair expert i'm dax shepard i'm joined by monica padma and so our guest today is a two time primetime emmy award winner nudges which is a nominee we get a lot of nominees coming through here i like winners you like winners even though you're a nominee and we celebrate that also a winner you're also winter your state champion tony inhaled tony hale tony how he said the three hundred billion time winner he's the best he is he is so dang good now this is i didn't get to bring it up up in the interview but you know a movie we watch nonstop that's playing in the car for on a road trip is the chipmunks so funny he gets kristen i through the entire movie he he was interested development toy story four veep as gary my goodness that's where he's one of those emmys he's incredibly funny archibald next big thing which is a children's book and a netflix series also he'll be in a new play called wakey-wakey at the ACT geary theater in san francisco starting in january worried twenty twenty so go watch him there he's a beautiful person just just couldn't have been nicer and you wanna hold them and absorb his niceness please enjoy tony hale we are supported by the mind body monica listen listening people put off going into jim or working out because they're bored hard to get the.
"hale" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"It was really hard to book you on this podcast like Tony's in the Star Wars reboot of I'm like what skywalk sidekick and then Tony. Why is that soared flaming. That's dangerous. You need to put that away. I would be using the force more often. Does it drain you because I'd be using Matt. Shit all talk about email. You'RE GONNA be a bad guy if they neem you darth anything exactly exactly first of all. Let's break down your childhood trauma. Let's just set for a minute at is some heavy stuff when you break it down which part the whole star wars situation yeah the sun all that stuff and you have a phone call. I feel like Yeah No. I don't even literally just I'm GONNA show you can't really says hold call and Biz. You're a busy business man. You'RE A business man Jason Z all right Tony. What a delight you were. What a gift. What a gift? This was and you have a ring that is like a steel gray got. All its is a gun metal. I believe some people call it gunmetal. I call it gun control metal. Oh Nice I I think we should have mental health checks before people get married. JK knowing like it like to ring. Oh thanks man judd side appetite and was like it's too big conversation encouragement. You can see the styles change. Everyone just doing what everybody did man his age then rings. Kumail Kumail and I almost had the exact same girth of ring now. It's like there's the rubber rings look through the kind of Falun rings fallon jammed. His finger are any broke his finger. It's an people where the reverend's lost this one. I Work Rubber Cock Ring. Let's get into the button up the episode with that. I feel like you need to say keep it crispy. That's how we end. Keep it. crispy does four Kiev avoid he he doesn't waste. Do you want to say it is forty. It's up to you is for fun for so Pedo. Go keep it crispy. Let's keep at CRESPI. That's a little more wispy crispy yeah a gay Kamala. Keep it crispy. He's a little Brook Lenny Brooklyn. I'm a come on you. You guys economy for economic work is work is a spark but the little girl and made him only new forks or just call them four. That's part of his existential crisis. He's like I'm a sport guys. Why are you calling me a fork. Oh my God it's very sweet and sweet is he thought it only route was like help. People eat meat Chili and go to the trash and woody comes along it's like do you have a greater purpose in that. You have greater value. Oh my God this is it's ringing. They're going to get it get it tone. I just WANNA make Anthony. Eh what you've said. Keep crispy were out this is. Can we pause a minute. Now we're done. This is definitely this staying in when you see the agent's name. You're always like that's fine all right. Thank you Tony Hill thank you. I'm sorry that I have to immediately go. I feel like that's my fault that you feel that way. I kept bringing it up. That's the that's the people pleasing you were going to call that. What it is a dependency go to hell coach of the new book by Tony Hale saying archibald the chicken all right and goodbye goodbye crispy still crispy..
"hale" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"It's like do you wanna go eat like I go to the doctor treat and he's there eating with everybody everybody yeah and so a lot of people are going up to him and saying hello but it's not just like Tony Hale. I'm a fan hello. It's like you're my teacher. like you are the love of the universe so he has to be. I think I've heard him talk about the role of Ramdas. He's like I'm playing Ramdas and of course he's every feeling but in those bursts he's like I'm going to be pure love and give myself permission Russian to play that role today. That's right even though because that's another thing of like I don't if I'm that we've been that role to people in. Everybody's been that rolled to somebody but sometimes when you're in that role you have that conflict. That's like they have no idea the undercurrent that's happening in my body right now and for him. He's in pain in pain and it's. I give myself permission today. I've got to play that role knowing that it can go the current yeah because I'll do like spiritual shows and then afterwards sometimes I I feel people seeing me and that way. That sounds like an ego trip. I see it from them. They're like wow you just sort of talked about all these beautiful things you're beautiful and I see see them looking at me like I'm beautiful and I'm just like well just beautiful. It's actually kind of Nice must be beautiful and then you recharge by being alone. I think he's got to take some time to himself. Because that's it's at Saint Mother Theresa thing like those journals that she said it was probably such a healing practice for her to be able to vocalise truth because you imagine the pressure put on her and just just knowing inside. I'm we're all a mass I'm a mass. Please don't put this on me but she had to play that role. Many times journalists show business. He would say when he did toxic because I'm a rental Ramdas. He's like accuse just hiring a and my friend. Vikram did that movie Kumar where he pretended to be a grew. He said he loved being the Guru. it was a gag it was almost it was like a Borat style movie but when he was wearing the robe with the beard and everyone thought his name was Kamara all he had to do was be light and playful and in the moment and laugh fenby joyful and he was like it was like my favorite thing to do when I was like yeah. It's like that reminded me of Kevin. Bacon was doing this interview once where he did. Did you hear this where he liked. had a all these prosthetics to look totally different and he went about the day. He says everybody was so mean. Everybody was just not nice yeah. He was very he had a very vulnerable movies like I didn't like it because you know for a lot of his life. It's like that sense of people have put him. They treat him so nicely all the time because they haven't Bacon. Yeah Kevin Bacon and you want to take them in a stairwell. It's a to Erica back. It's a gym gaffe. That was a good to beat in callback it. We've overcooked that back yeah. You're right Yup Yup. That's fucking crazy how vulnerable I think because that's very honest to say I didn't like it yeah. You know I think that's just I hope I'm saying this correct but I think that's the right. Story is when my memory kicks in. I I think about that. I'm going to think about that. We're almost out of time. I hate it. I had to start that was really really really fun continuously very relaxing. We still have thirty minutes no I I had already. I had already button debt and been like I'm walking away how I fixed that situation about pretty bow on it. What was the Kiana like hit it very nice. I just knew he would be. That's all I want. He was actually very nice. Yes we did that L. Area. It's video I in the movie because I have a baby. Oh sure we really want to it's yeah. I mean really you know why you should the voice actors or I mean. This is a very small part of the movie yeah the animation. Oh yeah the the five years of Belabor artistry that movie. That's the the magic. That's why you need to see it because it is like was amazing. Three was amazing but it is yes. I haven't seen it. Yes it was but but it really what these guys put on the screen. It looks like Magic Bo peeps China face yeah looks like China's talking into when they clean the kind of scene of cleaning woody's eyeballs with the q-tel. Yes that is fucking incredible. That wasn't somebody in a booth in their sweatpants going. She's but so much work. It's crazy and they don't get the people behind this. Don't get that light. It's all that they deserve the light yeah of course but you get the glory but he was a sweetheart. I like secret theory that I feel like. He has very really thinker. I we didn't we didn't have very heavy conversations but I've heard interviews and he really he really thinks hard and yeah you know I gave all his his his bonus money money to the special effects crew of the Matrix so exactly what you just said that the reason the matrix was a hit was because of all the special effects and he knew they weren't super repaid so he took whatever his own is like back end bonus. Yeah a lot of a lot of you gave to the people that the bullet time shot yeah. That's fucking. That's good and it's a guy who is at a very high point and much like you has an object tippety on the way she would. I I would think he does therefore he sees truth in a different way. He sees these rather than maybe getting bitter rather other than self medicating whatever he has seemed of chosen really genuine path yeah yeah. I think that's right. Don't get me started on my secret spiritual feelings about John. Wick but to give you a taste please. It's a guy at so stupid. I love of it though Gandhi said if you make your if you make yourself zero your power as an infinite which is what I think John Records about Oh because he loses all his connection to uses uses his entire identity. He loses how he loses his car. He loses his wife. He loses his dog so it's like kind of on one level just like a guy with nothing job exactly if the guy that goes like well. I have nothing but I have everything and he goes around the truth that you learn after that. That's right because of all that. I think is reading scripting going like I get it. Maybe even in a way that the writers didn't get it but he's also yeah. I'm GonNa Kiana the shit out of this. They'll be a twinkle in my eye that says there's also something about the old and the new. I've said this before but he's doing Kung Fu old or karate's doing different styles I know but he's doing something very old and very disciplined disciplined and he's using guns which I know guns aren't great but like in an action movie. They're very fun. There's this weird like merging of like it doesn't and it becomes its own dance in the Matrix for such an image of all the press that was around that one shot when he went to the the bulletin and and it's like now that just seems like you could do that on your phone exactly. You can't do it on your phone. You actually probably can probably get if you had enough owns. You remember how much attention was on that all all those cameras around that circle of the green screen you know we've all seen that and we were like that's how they did it. I only thing about how will smith turned it down to the wild wild west. I didn't know that you know now and you can't unknow it now. Go Watch wild wild west. I mean I actually feel bad for will wasn't isn't that. Would Tommy Lee Jones No. That's men in black. This was with not yet Kevin. Kline is the villain I other villainous villainous Kenneth Branagh. I mean there's a lot going on in that movie that an agent could be like this is hot yeah yeah and they won't let you do a song for the Matrix all right speed. I remember that song though that definitely wow yeah yeah yeah go with the with but you don't know the verse now we know the Verse of the men in Black. I also thought Little Red Corvette was called arrest collect in Highschool Tanu called arrest. This colour act like full on dancing high school dance. There's the bathroom on the right. He's a bad moon on the rise. greatest lesson ready yes. Oh I tell the greatest list oh I do. We've had a lot of me not enough. I would say you know what I don't. I'm not even looking on the tweets. He's because who needs. Pete shot up. Tony's the guests mascot my `bout veep veep the greatest lesson. Can I say I'm going to tell you the category. Oh great off I like. I like you want the categories. Yes greatest lesson. You've learned not about acting the job of being an actor. What is what is a great lesson. You've learned about that. 'cause you've been through. The pilots weren't on stacked. Come on on man don it not to get too heady oprah like an emotional but I would say you know what show you're I with this supercell Mondays Bro. I would say well it'd be I mean. I've said this before but I do. I say because I do believe that. A big lesson is that my value was the same before I had success in after and I wish somebody had I I put a lot. I think the industry doesn't say it but I think there's something about you have value when this happens you will have value in this happens and I think in life you'll have value and get whatever your vow if I if if you are when Oscar next year my value does not change and I think that's a that's a big lesson and then the other one that I've Ettelaat is when I got arrested was arrested in was my big thing was my dream and it didn't satisfy me the way I thought it was. GonNa Satisfy me and it scared me and I think it's because I had not given it a lot of weight and my whole time leading up. I was like well. That's coming. That's coming. That's coming in that thing if you're not practicing using contentment where you are. You're not going to be content when you get what you want yeah and I just had not and I do think it's a practice but I had never spent time being like looking around and really saying hey. I'm going to try and even those shitty. I'm going to try to be content in this. I'm going to find content men and then when you get what you want if you haven't been practicing you're not it's still not going to be there. That's right. That's a big part of my book. Is it because it's second season of crashing. I was really really depressed sure and it's it's just that I I didn't see the candle of my own inner contentment had gone out and I was looking for a TV show to light up which even you is an incredibly thoughtful. You know no person incredibly intelligent everybody. It's so easy to fall into that trap easy like even knew I was doing hours. I'm not saying that tonight still you'll do. We'll do it again. Yes absolutely that's right. I like to say if you're not happy on the plane. You won't be happy in Hawaii. Just how it it's not gonNA work. That's great what about the greatest listen dealing that one and it's going to be Dash Pete Holmes. Oh Shit. They're going to say Dash Johnny Grays lesson. You've learned about auditioning. We'll see now. Ah It's the time I think I've I still I still have gotten better in the sense because it's the only time when I can do fully fully my interpretation of something because if I were to get the giga become somebody else's interpretation of what to do yeah so. It's it's the to me. I label it as whether I get it or not. It's the most freedom all have with material before it's somebody else's interpretation that shifts it from a fearful place to play play to a playful point. That's beautiful. I I love that grace lesson. You've learned about show Biz you could look at it as like how you navigated. It could be or just yeah yeah. I think show lesson about show business I would I would go back to that if I was telling somebody I'd say just oh well two things one. Don't put too much value in what somebody says. Words are kind of come and go into business but in show business. It's my community. That's giving me longevity not my work. I do enjoy what I do. I think I'm pretty good at it but it is the community that I've surrounded myself and the life that I live around it. That's what gives me longevity because there's a shitload rejection and having people around me who see me beyond that and give me a life. That's greater than that. That's that's what keeps me going and empowers you to do me to do it and it's and also finding the life in the work like when you were in crashing when I was on veep. It's the community if you just look if if I just look at something and go I'm going to do good work and then leave kind of living is that you know it's the relationships it's some of my favorite times on veep was in the makeup trailer sitting with Julia and just living life together and talking. You'll like making life in that joining it while you're doing yeah we're back to my Seinfeld. I felt better. It's like the next thing I do even more than crashing even more everything I want more and more the process of doing it to be its own reward. You'd be like ah no. That's how hard it's really hard because of whatever the destination of you doing it out of you that living in that journey that's hard man. It's hard yeah yeah I know but that's the goal good good goal and then acting. What does the great lesson. You've learned about acting it could be advice. Someone gave Japanese. Anthony figured I I remember. I was doing this movie years ago and it was it was teen Wolf Jason. I really had a great. The time.
"hale" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"I love and I would say this if she was here but she can come off as bitchy to like inst- yeah yeah yeah and they had sort of like a upper class to them. They were the first generation of people that sort of got out of their situation. I think they really enjoyed that so like I remember I got a Jack and coke it was the for semi order Jack and coke a drink which is cool college dry now and it was. I was twenty one and I was like coca. My mom goes. You don't put coke in Jack back like she just had an opinion feels very Lucille. You'd have a funny line. I really mort short. Yes I don't know about the business I think the codependency is probably that was the headline to and that's that's yeah okay for me yeah. It's the gauging gauging somebody else's emotions and adapting. I still do it and I do that with when the the thing is the beauty of going through life life and challenges and stuff like that is it really can morph into something. That's really great. Skill you know life is life can be really really hard but I struggle with codependency. PF struggle with anxiety and had some not to get biblical but there's something about what with the locus of eaten what is the scripture of kind of like where he he redeemed with the logos have eaten or something like that stuff that was that one shoot. I can't remember I'm sure Biblical scholars shooting but it's like everything everything ends listening to this episode just restoring what the locus have eaten in. It's kind of a thing of like tough tough shit that happened. Can the have a redemptive a restorative power. I know one. I said almost all the time. Jesus had let the weeds grow with the wheat because if you try and pull up the weeds you'll pull up the weed as well just one of those lesser. No lesser quoted. Modern Christianity is all about flame throwing the weeds yeah he's like or yeah no we're here to redeem deemed thing. US things and and restore thing or power in that refining the characters I do. There's there's a reason I do. anxious dependencies very well. What are you to humanity if you're just going around being perfect Jesus himself says why do you you call me good. I believe was a person yeah. I used to think that him not not having seen in his life just meant that he was just like he didn't suffer. He didn't have frustration he he did get the whole. Ritchie roar again. The whole point of Christianity is that humanity and divinity can go and do Coexist U. N. View and Christ was the ultimate example of that but it's not to say like we're supposed to go around and steam clean our feelings so we can just be like honey buddy Christians. You're supposed to be like fuck man. I'm codependent to say I was yes. Christians how would even say instagram facebook. I mean it's just like this whitewashed yeah. You know it's exhausting. It's the best it's the highlight reel. It's all of that kind of stuff which is coming from a place of. You've just putting that out there and everybody knows it. That's what's fascinating to me. If we were dies beard yeah if anyone knows but if we were coming from a place where people really didn't know like Oh we'll see they don't know everybody knows it's not true and yet we're still perpetuating this thing and great me you too. I'm a I'm a I'm huge work. In Progress I just so last night was a hard. Lee night hard because she's teething and so at night. How do you spell her name. We call her Lee but it's L. A. L. A. It's Leela Leela. Oh my daughter's name Loy L. O. Y. Loy the Lloyd's Berry Donna Loy were two of the Most Beautiful Christians Christians at my college that I saw Barry. I forget what is his job was. I was a real wraps galleon Elian Colorado though rabble rouser give them a finger to the man yeah only berry had this like loving appreciation association for me that stuck you are helping we remember all these moments that stock is to get called in like reprimanded by the J. Board Word or whatever and all these different things and get in trouble and bury. His door was literally always open. I just hop in his office just because it was nice. I didn't don't even know the frequency of a man who is in the now and who has that Com yes of someone who feels held by something afraid of the cast that you're putting out he didn't. He wasn't threatened by it at all. He was like your big bad boy. everybody else's reactions. They were threatened by he's like you say shit sometimes like very either facebook friends. I say like that matters but I love Barry Loy anyway. Loy Lee hardly night 'cause she's teething she's leaving and vow to do. Karaoke after I put her down at like seven and she'd get up every thirty minutes and I'd have to put her back down. Turn hard and you put it back down on. That's like two times like she wouldn't go down the first time two three times and that was every half hour or so around around nine thirty or ten. I I just texted. I need backup just psychologically so she started to come home and rocking again and I started playing it out my head and I was like Whoa we'll figure out why brought this up. I know a pretends to what we're talking. We don't have to figure it out. People will now. We live in the show notes. We'll live in the tension and I was like what is that instinct that we want to milk vows. GonNa come home and I'm going to be like this is what maybe a thoughtless me would have done or less thoughtful me would be like every thirty minutes. I'd pretend to be winded you kind of hope. She comes home while Leila's crying yeah yeah. It's been this way every thirty minutes. I'm pretending to be winded since you've gone yeah yeah I haven't I wanted to watch the mule yeah yeah which is what I wanted to watch for laughs and then I was like what are you doing. I really took it because I had all this time to think because I'm just holding a baby in a dark room. You're even questioning this in yourself. That's so great. I love that you love. It and I hear that and I go well. You wanted to think you're a good person person because two people pleasing yeah totally happy and then I go. Why do I want people to think I'm a good person so they'll love me yeah and then they go val loves me enough first of all full stop she's a fire hose to and I repeated this in my head over and over to one of my favorite month is all the love I need is in me now and everything was fine and val came home and the first thing I said was ice nate ice cream because I did alone and I got stoned jennings ice cream roof good so you also feel like there's a they didn't have to reheat the whole drama move the Fuck on and I love the way you saw in yourself. I think that's great but also friends. Is there something that can I be phone number. Sleep kidding cut to me calling you every five minutes saying way too much. I there's also a thing in me because I totally relate to that. Were I'm like I feel like they're not going to believe me. Yes and there's dombi movie. There's Ambi- out there. No one believes that's what makes them horror movies and it's like big because then I'm going to AH somebody they're not. They're not trusting my word. They're not believing me so we'll have to prove in some chaos or action that if they walk at this exact time then they're gonNA brexit's of fear in me that they think I'm lying. That's the other side of it. I think she's going to think I had her. Come home from Karaoke and it was fine. I also caught myself going like don't believe that kind of cultural narrative that the baby needs her mommy. I Love Mommy's. We've already touched but like I I'm also capable like I kind of had that moment whereas like she loves her dad to really tried to handle it for that good feeling of like I got this. I don't remember remember how we got there. Let's talk about codependency sure did you in those armor lawyer was really really little. Actually I say that I really don't remember when she was very little. I've I've you seem to have a very very good memory. I kind of remember. It's spotty from me. I think that first year I was just like let's keep the child thrive. Laxity Val helps me remember things all all the time. They'll be remarkable things. She'll be like do you remember. This is fake. Do you remember when we went to that. Carl's junior and Bon Jovi was there. I'm like what I'd I like a bad memory but I what I remembered. I capital our remember same with what I read. I forget a lot of it but what I remember. It's locked locked in something there. When you read something that really hits you you feel it settles and then you can Kinda. I need to keep it but I'll probably have to reread it at every three years or something. Just why I I'm always re listening to so when you're with your baby do. I'm just kind of imagining putting you in the chair with her and you can't. You can't be doing anything else even as much as you want to be on your phone or something you really try to not be in that space of have just with her. I'm on her phone on her applying to your texts for great great. She's busy busy do you so how how do you feel that space like. What is that kind of. I love this question you need. A podcast called the Hale Bopp. I I love that question. Okay a couple of things one. I don't have a normal job so like it's easier. I think parenting is easier and I just want to make a note. I like my brother-in-law like they both have their. It's more of a normal situation so sometimes I feel like an asshole when I talk about parenting because this is like the first thing I had to today and it's one o'clock. You know what I'm saying so like last night. so. I'm just GonNa Structure is actually very I mean if I had had a Lotta space. It's tough. It's actually tough for me. You know that Yeah Yeah Yeah. Sorry no no no. You're right no I when val started rated sharing this life with me. I was like you are now open to a whole new set of challenges and I call it staring down the barrels of twelve hours. It's people are like if only I didn't have to answer to my boss and I'm like well. You also don't have the camp counselor telling you it's time to go to the Lake Swim. and you'll just sit in your house and a lot of reality show starring. Utah with structuring your fucking the crab fishing show and you're like God damn it cut to me. Watch whatever the mule was you. Were talking about earlier. This is why when we're on shows and stuff and people tell us where to go. You're like there's a comfort to this absolutely Louis We. It's two sided so but to answer your question. When I'm sitting there I said to someone recently. I was like Lee cuts out so many anything that I wanted to cut out anyway. It makes life reeler meaning. There's so much less TV. There's so much less phone haven't replied to an email since nineteen ninety eight. That's not true but I'm just saying like since she was born. It's been harder to get online and stuff. was there kind of sort interrupting knows. They're like a phantom phone phone situation where you giving anxiety with her at times because you feel that impulse to have to look at the phone or do something or be stimulated or something like that. I know and I'm grateful for that. Oh that's great. I look at it more as an excuse of like people now that I like sometimes I think in my it never happens but sometimes I won't reply to an email right away and I'm already kind of going like if they get mad at me. I'll be like I'm sort of like in baby be mustered rig. Were raising the baby and that's where the texting is really hard. There's a sure you've talked about this with emails. There's a lot of grace with kind of time but yeah texting. There's an expert McCain if you don't stop and caffeinated and just sitting around with their phone long our yeah I've been there too you but sitting with her and just it's been really good practice and just going like this is what we're doing and this is an image. I haven't shared I think about it. All the time. I swear Leila can sense it. I think of a like a roof like a sheet of steel roof. You know what I'm talking. on a shadow something has all this rain on him and if you lowered it like if you made it how do I say this from this to this..
"hale" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"I want to walk away from this. Having had this experience that's me and life as we all know goes many different directions and I and I have to get you know what that's that's GonNa turn and this whole thing of like somebody was talking about your own raft on the river and you have to let the river take you where it takes you rather than grabbing. Khansa the grabbing him ISAS say today vowed we say this eckerd totally quote all the time 'cause resisting what is happening is absolute lunacy Eh. It's not just stupid. it's actually insane especially if you can't change it a better example with the music you could call and complain and there are pizza or I I go the other route which is way more destructive to me. Is I started having this story in my head when I'm like what if I put my my speaker out there can we. We all listen to music. Are you GonNa ask what music I like my vacation. you see build the suffering. Oh you make a story of how a offering and then it's like or you can just go. This is what's happening yeah. Let I love what you just said. Let the river take you but but to resist whatever's happening a better example. I was GonNa say how your parents are Yup. They're doing what they do in the same way way that a tree the quote over my toilet leans this way to get the light. My mom is being kind of bitchy to this waiter because that's how she learned to get love and attention and that's also okay and resisting. It is crazy yeah raise. Just go go to lake. I paid a lot of money for this that you're good at that. I'm really good at it. Yeah we might as well have gone to the Marriott Marriott back yeah crazy. You start going like this hotel. This is one of my thoughts this hotel when they check you in should go and just so you know part part of the experience is respecting your neighbor like they also if somebody except. I wonder if this would have helped you and not that they should. They have to do this but if if somebody would have said hey there's a possibility that your neighbors might be doing. Something are playing something that is going to lead. You're GonNa Bleed read and there's something about the expectation like changing my expectation of what could happen. What might have helped if that were to have happened. You're so right I I can't exactly remember what the example is. When we go into situations with the expectation that it could happen and then it happens. It's different than having the expectation the time for Med silent but it's so weird like for some reason it's okay like fireworks. It's okay because it's the fourth of July is a good good example. It's okay or the day of the week. There was a night same resort. I heard really loud bass so much that it was moving our they like what the fuck is this so that time I it was like eleven o'clock on Friday. We were going to bed at like eight thirty because we were in the middle of nowhere beautiful so I just called and it was like hey cool about it. I'm not a temper person. Just like is that is that the restaurant like what's going on like the Gal on the phone yeah and she goes. It's the main island like a on the weekends sometimes and I hung up and I slept like a baby. Even though the base was playing because it wasn't this is like I know. This is unreliable example because it's like a fancy resort vacation but that applies in everything I I am mmediately gave my psyche the okay to relax because the story changed Yeah Control Rollover Right. That's right as opposed to going like it's one of my neighbors. Utah Jazz or if you guys have a wedding party next door you guys have control to say sump that's right right would help which by the way still powerless to that but if it's a off island. I can control that so then I can rest but if I feel like a truly free person we're just go like nothing is in my control and what is happening is what's happening and you could in your brain without even making effort. Just go like that's that's what is I had a dream. Once where I could hear my neighbors it was a lucid dream and I could hear my neighbors playing their stereo and in the dream I tripped out on the fact that I knew I was dreaming yet. I could hear a muffled song coming through the floorboards and I was like wow that sounds exactly like a song like I. I couldn't believe to put it in a non dream way. I couldn't believe that's what right now sounded like. You're just like wow wow this is. This is live. You know what I mean and I think some really dipped in interesting groovy. People are just like four out. This is what this is. What now sounds like I instead of going. Does this sound like how I imagine this now. Yes yes or like there's a lot to to do. Let's not focus on that now. Yeah there's a lot more what I deem important things to think about rather that doing Tony like why not just sit in the now with that that person I forgot your name was Tony. Good comedy name. Tony's good comedy name it is. Hey Tony because I I changed in middle school from Anthony Good for you and I and I wish I hadn't. I liked the name Anthony. I don't know there's just a Tony but it's like Anthony. Just Kinda has like did you do bring to it. I went with Pete because it's more of a funny name. It's a funny name. Peter Yeah Tony here. Oni brought case dip up Anthony's here. Anthony brought a subpoena yeah. We don't want Anthony Anthony and Taman Anthony feels quirkier them like Tony to me now but when we were kid we were kids quirkier back when Bart Simpson you yeah yeah yeah yeah now bartholomew if you had a rascal on his show you name him bartholomew. I have a question for you. I'm GONNA answer it. You're such a man of thought. Please you really are. You're you're just so you really are so articulate in such a man of thought and I think there's an objectivity that you have on the world. That is really special. I don't think I quit when you were when you were growing up. How did you kind of like I don't know I think it's I mean granted. Your brain has morphed and you have changed change but you still had a lot of that growing up you. What was the outlet for that kind of thinking or did you have people you talk to or was yeah really. I mean me me and mom not to be weird the buster Oh. I'm blanking on your mom's name Lucille Lucille Comedy Lucille relationship and ship with a little disturbing for me because I had one of those yeah yeah yeah in the good way and the weird your parents with us. Unfortunately that's a joke I love them dearly and I want them to live. Many many decades not too many decades. You want some freedom kidding but yeah they're wonderful but like I I didn't. It's first of all. It's a generous question second. Don't interview me people. Hate me for letting you and really really why I don't know. I don't know Tony Okay gone because this is like your little time capsule. We want to find out about you so we're going to spend this around but I mean that's if they're really thinking about me then they can see that. I get inspired by hearing from question and this is your episode so if you want your episode to have some Pete in it yeah. You're like making your own Teddy. Bear your build a bear right now. I love build a bear. I remember I put this. He looks like a guy. I'd see it a build a bear and it'd be like is there a kid with you and you're like no no just trying to find some more studies. I'm just living life in your cigarette. No I'm just living life. I really went her. Mom was very thoughtful and and and then church to like people enjoyed -joyed my deep really thinking as a child that was one of the first places that I found I went on a mission trip to Venezuela and I remember remember this woman named Sue Rob. We were talking and it's one of the first time someone other than my mom she went. You're very wise and it like really because I'm a word person to really mattered to of course camp was the first time German Exchange Camper said to me you have Fakhr smile and I- braces and bands on them and she meant. I was like smiled five thousand times more then I would've so I remember those little moments. That's what I think is sort of dangerous about. The Internet is one of the ones coming up like especially the comedian getting a compliment from another comedian media meant so much and now the young people. I don't mean to rant like Andy Rooney right now but the young people go up on stage with this confidence that they get from having thirty thousand twitter followers and I'm like we used to fight for one guy one alcoholic at an open mic w you got what it takes kid and so much more to yeah but it didn't go to our heads as I would think the depth of a one on one verbal comment car carries a lot more than maybe hundreds of comments. I completely completely agree. You know it doesn't those mean almost nothing at this point. We've had the internet long enough to see that they come and they go. They come and they go but I still remember number where I was when a young German girl. Oh yeah you have a nice smile. Doesn't that show a lot of value to that kind of verbal interaction. It's man I say it all the time but but who wrote infinite jest. I always forget his. Don't ask me David Foster Wallace. David Foster Watt says the danger of Modern Society Heidi that we're having all of our needs met by people that don't love us so it's like food is being prepared by people that don't let your even getting like your social interactions sometimes sometimes from strangers that may be don't care about you or maybe from celebrities that don't care about your whatever. I don't know when it comes down to like still cooking dinner. You're with your friends is probably GonNa feed your soul in a way I'm not saying you can't get some good stuff the Internet for sure sure of course I mean. We're trying to do that right now. We're keeping people company company right now and that could be hope so. I sure hope so too but there's also you know have some friends over steam baby carrots Diane Sally Sally in Saint Paul that made me think I keep saying that made me think but I'm going to stop saying that the whole concept of fame and ah I think is based on everybody wants to be known and obviously they think how many people know you in all this kind of stuff and how many followers and stuff but if you're known by people who really see you and love you. That's all the known you need because actually the more quote known you get. It's actually the more isolated yeah yeah and I would say even a person who's working at the seven eleven Birmingham. Alabama is probably more known than like Brad Pitt Yeah because because anything that's given to them said to them encouraged. It's free. Brad Pitt is can be isolated. Can you have taken with Brad Pitt. That doesn't have an agenda genda like if you're talking Brad Pitt he's probably he is. I'm sure aware that you probably would think it would be cool if he gave you is number or was your friend yeah. I just had a conversation you and talking to Brad Brad Pitt. They're vampires and and it breaks. I just think that's really really really hard. Yeah really tough really really tricky. I just wrote a letter to give to Jerry Seinfeld's manager manager to try and get him to do this podcast and in that brief letter I was like what do you say to a guy who everyone he meets. want something from him. Oh Yeah and here I am wanting something from about wanting to be not wanting to be the person that will not something. Did you want to know. Is this interesting angle that went with I. He's he won't give him anything so I said I hope I you know. I don't think it will work but it. It's still fun to do I was like my goal is for us to enjoy it while it's happening like I. WanNa do something that while it's happening you're I I said my goal is for you to do it and then go home and put your keys on the table and go well. What a pleasant afternoon. that's all. I can offer him. It's fun and like juice so you're because like your goal in wanting him to be on the podcast would to have for him to have an experience of both yeah here. That's my goal for you. Is I want you to go. I mean you WanNa talk to my ego. My Ego would say I want to say. That's the best interview I've ever sure. That's my ego but my heart says which by the way is every conversation. I walk away from where it where it's just kind of like you but you do my ego and people pleasing wants them to be having conversations about the experience. It's that silliness of like God Tony Like I can't you can't control somebody's perception right right. Oh absolutely but what we can control his. Can I be present with you an have an can. I think about them outside of that's right so which is why. I'm like. Don't interview uh-huh what you did you relate to the buster. Lucille relationship because that wasn't disturbing to me but it was Cathartic to let me I I laughed at it extra hard. I was like I the first chapter of my book is indoor cat and buster is consummate and I know you've done a lot of talk about comic named busters such a comic name it is it really is Esther Buster Bluetooth to really yeah. I did without going too much into it. There's not every family is perfect so I think there's but my mom is sort of an I say this with..
"hale" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"Can I again. We're going to get to spirituality at the end. Oh sure sure but we don't know I'm no okay. I think you misunderstood what I'm saying. I'm about to inject a spiritual point here okay but don't feel like we have to shoot the whole. Gauche now. I don't know I think ending with this virtuous up but here comes a little tip okay the. La is a city and this doesn't sound great but it's not really that much of a judgment. It's just sort of is what it is uh-huh but it is the manifestation. It's like writ large the false self nothing means anything. It's all Baloney and I think that can actually be a powerful. We'll spiritual practice if you don't buy into it you kind of see that it's all a joke wow this is great. I quoted last episode but room he he says I walked through the market but I'm not a purchaser. You know what I mean. It's sort of like being in the world not of the world being in such a phony when I book you environment sort of helps you be detached is are you saying also that it's kind of like learning to be comfortable in the chaos learning comfortably tornado the question for sure that's another. I wasn't saying that but I think you're absolutely right but it's more like wow. This is what other religion my call Maya. This is a Lou. This is nonsense and like you've won awards and I know you felt what it feels like to have the false self that you can go of Tony Hale left and then I know office. I'm not putting you down. I know you felt. Oh yeah how that sizzles away like a way of getting sucked back into the ocean and you're like like Robin Williams said when he won the Oscar for good will hunting like a month later. Someone was like hey mork and he was like it was a powerful. Oh Yeah don't take your tears still fuck it and also feeling like an idiot it to to look and see how much value you put on something knowing that it is fleeting that's right. It's just an and not that it's it's not that there is enjoying it and you but like at but through the mark which is its own challenge but it's the sense of. I gave it a tremendous amount of value growing up. That's right yeah and it's sort of silly beans but not in a negative way. It's sort of like it's silly beans and the way that everything's silly beans but it's so clearly silly beans. It can be liberating. Go like wow. This is silly beans. How many guys is how many times I'm GONNA say silly bean dead serious serious when something is silly being on my God. Let's get into silly beans. There's a whole conversation about king mcflurry and you can't stop well. The mcflurry comes. I love mcflurry A. B. It is the end result of getting or no no. It has to be EMINEM. I'm sorry I'm not now. You're pushing buttons but it can start like I don't know I'm thinking. Can you know I'm just going to have a little piece of something and then in my crazy I'm like well. I mean the day you gotTa keep the train movement and so then in the end result is going to the drive through through McDonald's and getting mcflurry wait what is keep it going what does that. There's something about me having a look like if I was trying to cut sugar if I'm trying to do this kind of thing yeah me saying yes to like a little something. It's like well this whole day. This whole day is on so I'm GonNa just reading the Journal written in my a Ortega because as soon as this is why I feel like I'm an addict and I'm not diagnosing you know and I continue to use some things that addicted to sugar being one of those. If I eat something sugary I just go. This Day at the day is even a thing. Yes just a big red e. It's the same with pot. If I smoke a little pot I go well. It's a hot day like the idea idea of just being like you can just have a little and tomorrow's the fresh start that's right. It's a new redemption. Yes yeah every morning. The mercies are new. Everybody's Komo your faith on this. I was in Africa on a mission trip and I saw this African man. I had never seen like a spiritual man. did you find. It was harder to find unlike a spiritual. Maybe it's because my dad wasn't very spiritual and here is like man and he sang great faithfulness and he sang it with such earnestness uh-huh burned into my mind yeah. Have you are my joy greater. You're available like the way he said new every morning. I was like this motherfucker meantime meantime getting up and going yes I. The thing is like with everything. There is some truth to every truth kind of the fresh start and numeracy's but I my crazy I can justify behavior by using that you know you can't help it every night. We die every morning morning. We're born again yeah and and you feel it's built into our psychology. It's built into our rhythm. You go today new day but Chelsea Z. Peretti told me that's classic attic behaviors if you get fucked up and then the next day you're on the treadmill and your new baby that made me think of this is no turn into like a UC monologue that made me do a montage man's herald that maybe think of when you said like the death in the morning yeah. I was just talking like how hospitals are such spiritual portals where it's like. Oh my God and in the out yeah like die and the new babies. I don't think about how much that building a building of a hospital is just like this crazy lord of the rings like Portal. You are so fun you know. I have the bit about that kind of where I say. We watched stranger things. Remember the first season of changing. I watched halfway through. Hold on hold on. I just I I know I should have. I didn't realize I was going to pursue judgment in the Sauna uh-huh close on burned from the inside. We're coding. I did like it and then I just I. Maybe this is like my sugar thing. If I'm I'm not if I stop with that kind of habit whatever and then I just forget about it in an never finishes. I don't know what that is. I think a book like I'll be really crazy about three chapters. I'll miss a few days and then I will never pick up that book. I used to never finish books and I wondered if I had abandonment issues because if you finish hid it leaves you oh welcome maybe to the couch. This is my hard hitting podcasts the couch. This is the first episode today today I find. I massive abandonment. I think you and I probably just have the luxury of asking those questions like my father. You Call navel-gazing. I don't think he did a lot of that but I'm like I never finished books on my afraid of and even the mood is loved thing but anyway in stranger things these aliens is not a spoiler aliens or demons or whatever were they come into the world by way of organic material gooky black thing growing on a tree very vaginal and then the aliens kind of pour. We're out of this portal and we're all watching wow science fiction. I'm like that's not that's what's happening. vaginas are organic material that life comes out of its Yukking insane. It's this world is insane. It's crazy and also that the fact that babies are being born and we've gotten so accustomed to this. Everyday miracle is crazy yeah and the simple fact that we're spending on a planet but as walking me in an asteroid is not hit us you you know we're not out somewhere but forget what about something that we don't know about like the fact that we're not just like there could be any asteroid rate. That seems like trump's reelection action strategy. I don't want to go there. I'm saying that seems like something you'd be like. The mega astroid is coming. The only one that knows seems like we're floating in in an sucking pays nothing and the fact that I'm talking to you and move on my toe right. Now I know and also about it. That's crazy. Also you're thinking things here and you hear what you're saying. I second before you think and sometimes I'm talking so you'll take what you're going to say and you put it in a little holding area so you're listening but over here like a little thought cloud you go. That's what I'm GonNa say Nag up and then through clicks cracks and there's like I think eleven eleven sounds the mouth can make you take the complexity of your emotions and your feelings and you compress them into those mouth sounds wonder that anything that we do anything breath mirror and the fact that we in addition to that while talking that you can bring a motion incompassion into those words to help. Maybe somebody else right. I like that is not in this and not to get too spiritual but many times in life and that's crazy. That's crazy. I don't know I don't know I'm like we're ignoring the crazy that we've just gotten used to have you my last stand up special. I say people say it after makes no sense and I go you're right. You know what else doesn't make eh because this anything can happen that go that makes about as much sense as the conundrum that none of us asked for that we all just woke up in the and I'm fucking tired of acting like it's normal going. What kind of those yeah shoes answer those yeah next point yes so we're spending at eight thousand miles roughly at the equator. We're going around the sun at something in the dozens tens of thousands of miles per hour but here's the thing you can't feel it uh-huh. That's my that's my whole again. We're just gonNA sprinkle God and whenever we feel like it that's my whole thing about. God is that like beliefs are one thing I you can believe that we're spinning at the equator and around the sun and the solar system itself also moving its move. Everything's moving but you can't feel it same as it goes with religious beliefs. I don't really care that you believe that. The earth is rotating or this or that. I WANNA feel it like we're interested in what we feel. Feel so your beliefs ideologies and your religious practices might all be like this checks out. We can take a religion in our block audit and be like checks out sound. I don't really care and I don't think really Jesus cares. I think he wants you to merge. You got me into it. You got me into a Tony. No and I even know what I'm I'm saying I do I think I do. I think you your brain decided against that but you're this. You're very gifted and you're you're. You're adding listen listen. You're very intelligent but the way that you put words. I what you just said. I'm the kind of person where I would need to really look. It takes me fifteen back. Button is for baby it takes it takes me a day to read like. Cs Lewis as mere Christianity. It's it's just like my mind doesn't process that quick. I'm what I do. I do know I think if this is what you're saying about experiencing God shit. I had it and I lost it. Never mind keep talking. No we're going to find that okay. I was talking about feeling it versus. Oh believing it and you're like I read slowly. It might take me a long time to understand what you're saying. I think just the kind of experience experience of it all. There are no fractions I don't know when you said merge I can't. I can't really describe how I merge with God I can't I can't late in textbooks. I can't I I. It's it's not a beautiful mind thing where things just it makes complete sense right. It is an experiential connection that I have of knowing he's with me. That's precisely my point. Okay feeling then like grab something. Maybe you know you've got it right on the money. It's like a personal the way you experience the world that could be called a feeling too. You're experiencing insinger. You're merging with it and your ability to describe. It isn't as important as as the experience I used to have honesty. I used to have a lot of anxiety.
"hale" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
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"hale" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"Exposes the absurdity of like really caring that much interns not that kind of guy but I think part of it is I think he kind of takes a delight in the absurdity of pain. It's insane but I'm we're both guilty of it. Yeah both get a mode of we care since we were little kids. We've got an emotionally invested really like upset over things things about sports. We've never met never met never will probably hate to book on this This episode with me being a little tantrum and from a kid but I remember throwing like full on tantrums when the rams for some I liked the La we grew up in Connecticut but I like the La Rams because they Aguado Guotai because they had cool uniforms. He'd love the out it. I like the colors and there was one player named Eric Dickerson who had like really cool helmet element goggles cool he he's awesome yeah. He's gray looking back. Then along came. Tom Brady and I switched allegiances agenices but I remember when they played the bears in the nineteen eighty six. I think championship and the Rams had been having a great season. They played the bears which was Damian's favorite team team. Even though he wasn't really bad into football are older brother and they got blown out. I mean they got destroyed and I was apoplectic. I was so angry you were a little tantrum. UK Yeah God I will now. I just have to spend more time Tony Hale Yeah. That's funny. His positively will rub off. I wish I had known him when I was a kid. One of my biggest takeaways from this whole thing was that was how he gives Christianity a really good name. Yes and I think we we grow up Christian and and it's something I think we both struggle with and obviously in the news. It's it's not in such a great place constantly only hearing negative things about it but I think it's very easy to forget that regardless of how it's been abused and and and portray portrayed bastardize over the years at its essence it like the things that Jesus says are it's really really difficult to argue how good how they can only lead to good and I think if applied properly and his his talking about it is a good reminder of that because total he was saying you know I I just I want to do service projects and he thinks of other people so all these things that that he sort of applies to it is seems seems to be to me kind of at its core what it's supposed to be about. You're saying he's like Jesus Rice Yeah. He's like he's he. He is in the sense that like he's the perfect. If you apply all of those tenants those fundamental tenents of Christianity to a person he kind of embodies that it's supposed to be simple. Thank you know if you're if you just follow the teaching right. It should be simple. That's gotten read other people with respect and you know take care of the less fortunate and you want to others. I mean all of that stuff is it seems like back and his faith is clearly very important to him that to to me. It seems like he is doing it the best way possible yeah no the way it's supposed to be done totally. He's he is a good representation of that. I also so have to We grew up with my godfather. my dad's. Dr Dads are pause friend. his name is job. Father Joe. He was a missionary he did a lot of work in New Guinea and he was just one of the most selfless giving people like wonderful he was like I hear he was hero to me at the time because he was also a big guy when he played football handsome very very handsome and really sacrificed his whole life he he died at a young age but he was a very strong example for us growing up about the good that Catholicism can do and now I work with the group in Nicaragua it's a home for girls called the girls home which I may have mentioned on the show you can check it out at. WWW dot the girls home dot com but it's run by a group of nuns about of Catholic nuns and you will not meet people who are more selfless devoted to giving to others. It's a nice reminder because I think like I said that the negative aspects of it and the corruption corruption of the whole institution I think has taken front-page headlines for awhile and his side of the essence well. Thanks Tony for that and finally I I I like that he is he didn't waver at all when it when it came to the short answers to answering those in questions at the end and and to me that that is yet another example of how thoughtfully is that he's not that he's thought about the specific questions but he's thought a lot about things in general. I think that so he has he can access things like that pretty easily. You know favorite movie favorite this favorite that favorite you know that was a great answer horrific dancer speaker he is such a he's such just seems like I mean maybe to his detriment that he you know he talks about and I think people who are that thoughtful and over thing yeah yeah tends to make them spiral a little bit and it may it may not always be a positive thing for him but he's humble enough to admit that he's a work in progress like you say he's he's. He's a long way to go. It doesn't to me. It doesn't seem like it's going to go but since he's pretty much there yeah but I'm sure he does. You know humility. That's it would be. It won't be Christ like it wouldn't be Christ like or Tony. Hill like to be like I'm pretty good. I'm I'm there. I'm evolved. I get it because we're all a work in progress a good man yeah yeah so thank thanks to him and thank you guys for listening. We have let go letter and I've not been been reading these which may be clear. I've been reading them beforehand. So Christian is going to hand me. My Baby. Just wrote me a letter. Okay Eh gave Blaine. This letter is from binges wrote me an email. Tina I to protect. Oh Yeah okay eighteen I this is from. Ti Subject is how I make the most. I make most of life. She's finished. Give her a break right. We'll wait wait till I finish it. Sorry wishing well for other. I'M NOT GONNA do finish accent. Respect Your Tina. Although you've already ruined Canada that's true wishing well for others and enjoying their success in the core of our start again wishing well for others and enjoying join their success in in the core of your being is good for you know need to feel guilty for hitching on the happy ride. I am so proud of my family and friends for their achievements in traditional ways such ages studies and careers hobbies and experience like traveling but also I'm so happy to see them behave so kindly and with empathy also I enjoy strangers doing well and this may be limited to what I consider as doing well but still I feel good things in the world. Make the world in general better. I really liked that very Tony Hale of Tina Tony Tina. Someone someone doing things that hurt themselves or others is not good news to meet no matter how well it is promoted. Your friend got the job. You applied for good for them. They worked retard as you did and they will be good in the position and you will find your place happy posts on instagram rather than feeling jealous or wondering how much of them are staged or Gossiping Ping about the Real Story I just hope for the best for everyone and add the good news to my good mood very Tony Hale I get the irony of suffering from chronic depression as an optimist but actually actually those things tend to go together more than we would think because depression is often about carrying about what happens to people in the world and seeing the bad realities but we we can still be counting the good things appreciating the changes for better. Maybe even more things for reading. I love the podcast Tina. That's so nice and actually that's that's very tony half airy. Tony Hill that she suffers from depression while still having this very positive empathetic outlets really on. It just struck me that it's it's really unfair that people who are empathetic towards other people under the world and two other people suffering would like that could potentially really lead to depression whereas whereas someone who only thinks about themselves and as you know a little about them they probably wouldn't can get depressed because they only have to worry about one thing and like what else is going to get them. He has long as you're successful. If you're like right I'm trying to think of an example of you probably shouldn't mention. I like blindly. Unaware of the like pain and suffering of others is like you know when they say ignorance is bliss. It's like that is probably some kind of bliss. It's not the era yeah anyway. All Life is short. Oh but let's let's do on on the goodness and Tina's letter and Tony's interview tells us anything it's to to really like embraced the good parts of life tune in and that's how it's easier said than done. Thank you Tina in writing in and if you guys want to write and we'd love to hear from you it's life is short at wondering dot Com so that's the show it could be a dream. Life could be injury in your life. Short is hosted by me Justin Long. It's it's produced by Christian long and making Monaco senior producer is Michelle mich- lands and it is audio engineered by ah the one and only Marcelino via llandough and it is executive produced by Marshal Louis and or non Lopez four one dury Tori. Thank you bye did getting ice adult. I feel life life. I think I might feel. I feel like we're gusting or something yeah. I feel like swimming. Kitty rule yeah mentioned. We bubble hop house one of those houses that that physically doesn't make sense by its. It's words too big for that. We're too big for me. Ball or too big for about adults is very true but it's still weird. I would still justice capable. I think to me yeah I would look down on an adult an ice cream truck especially. If you're in a line just kids well you look like a parent and if somebody was parent those people that can go to adults. They can get ice cream trucks. Aronson parents are permanence. It's funny. That wasn't an ice cream. Dragnets just like a nerd crack. It might be nice. Scream tracker at nerd practicing a like a liar cover records out loud is that is that a flute so a liar. I've only seen in print typing have ever heard that ally stringed instrument liar like a mandolin. Yeah I think you do it sounds like clue or Obama uh-huh yeah. Maybe a liar is a flute booth alive..
"hale" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"Probably probably I resonated with him of see both of those in you if you can have either super x Ray Vision or super hearing which would you choose ex rare superhero. I'd probably do vision because I already here too much like I'm the guy in the restaurant where I I have a hard time focusing because I know the person the next news breaking up and the and the other person is like a first date like I can't. It's already too much noise. You know Melania Linski. Did she tell you about this phone. You the the the twin Sam mouth sounds a really upsetting to you. to the point where she could pin she could pick it out. A mouth sound found out that was upsetting her from like thirty feet away from like across the restaurant like like like eating eating. Oh Yeah we'll see I mean nothing. Nothing is worse than any across with somebody in their mouth while they're eating just like I don't. We don't WanNa see any Beatles Stones Beatles. My daughter just did a play where they Beatles Song how great this is nice. Nothing Cure Nash. She's saying nowhere man. What would you want your your Epitaph Taft. Read it and that's all written out I would say this is my hope that he loved. Ghandi loved others. I love you. I as much says I love God. I I'd love to hear his. It's going to be okay yeah. I don't think we've seen that to enough each other and actually there's a line in toy story where four key goes. Everything's GonNa okay and it's just like it's nice to hear. That's really nice to hear. It is nice to hear This has been so nice. It's gone by fast fast. I know but it was easy because I feel every time I hang out with. You and we should do it. Publicly for our conversations can only be on camera or take yet but everyone please watch Tony in the last season of veep it was a couple of weeks ago the finale and already already or you guys is the separation anxiety begun with the can we typically don't shoot until the false. I think when the around women it's going to hit US okay and that's just go into the cry and then you play Gio plan. I work on Chanelet while we can't wait to see that that's an act in January in San Francisco and Archibald. Let's come on the fall okay and I'm sure we'll be on a game show together. So I hope and just destroy you can play Games together off-camera. I don't know again they wouldn't. It wouldn't be real if we documented. It's true we should start recording this by the way thanks buddy. well had happened just happened. I already forgot the catchphrase uh-huh that happened and I listening to a back. I made me miss when it was happening. I just he's. He's the the past. It was a really good. Life is short show began. It was light most the time but there are some real life life and death. Chad dark stuff. You know I love my death channel. You sure do sucker it was it was light and deep it had it all and that's good yeah he is and he navigates between the two really effortlessly. You know he's not and he's just a ernest. He's such a sincere person. He's really thoughtful there. I was struck authored by a couple of times. He said you know on my way here. I was thinking about the he put thought into interview before he was interviewed yeah and and that struck me as well. He guys really thoughtful. I know it was kind of like moved me a little bit that he was took it serious yeah yeah yeah. It's really nice he talks about a lot about his struggles with anxiety and I thought it was so great how he talked he you were talking about legacy and and what kind of matters to him and if and if he thinks the work he's doing is important. Yeah I guess. How long does he remember but he said it's not really about that. It's he he tries to make the onset experiences positives possible westbound he tries to be kind and and and to him and I really believe when he says that's so much more important than any sort of legacy that he's leaving behind signed which he's leaving behind quite a legacy to your like classic we comparing him to the Marx brothers and Laurel and hardy and and I don't think that's let's hope I really do think he is community on that level. I do too and I I so admire the way he sees legacy. I I think think I aspire to see it that way myself I think I do. I certainly do think that way a lot more so than I used to now to meet it really is about the the process and the people that you're working with and but I I it. It sounds like it could be bullshit. You know if you just read him saying that that's the Nice thing about a podcast. You can hear it in his voice. You can hear his sincerity and I can personally attest to the fact that he comports himself said he's imports. Compose the word. You guys talked about how you don't see each other that frequently but when you do you really get along and he said something like you. Ah I saw more of you we we would be closer friends of a matter of circumstance around time. He's got a family true but I that made perfect sense to me because you to seemed like you would be really good friends of a lot in common among them is is he loves and he's never really gotten over getting a free lunch onset. He talks about that and I know you're someone who loves a free Lonzo. Yeah he talks about getting getting the free long distance calls when he did the temp job. I used to do not so you're both cheap and that's what you have in common way to put. It struck me such a common that that's such a perfect crossover between you two yeah. You know it's funny. I the last job I did. Was this the talked about it a little bit. It's coming me out in November this hosting job for this Disney plus show and it was a little bit like I'd never hosted a thing like that before and so it took a little bit of like creative adjustment but it turned out to be so fun but the the catering that they used was so good it was small. It was a small production but this company and I was so every every day I would go on and the crew was like yeah we get it. It's good isn't this amazing. Look what they have today and I couldn't get over stuff too man. They had it it all these delicious vegan options which I'm not Vegan but I was like if I if this is what all Vegan food tastes like I could probably do this just inventive even when they made like a I chicken breasts thing it was like really well done tender and the whole thing was just so all like organic grass-fed Blah Blah. You know well. It is Disney yeah. No I guess yes. They had the money for it so but I was like I couldn't get over. I kept hoarding little snacks to bring home. the the kid driving me was twenty. One can make fun of me. He's I don't only paying you. It was like squirreling away little doritos bags and says that's a very Tony Hale. Yeah I love that about him and it's funny every time I see him on one of these things like you know we talk about doing this. The game show circuit whenever I leave hang out with him. I'm always like why why don't we hang out also more than anything that connects. You is the fact that you're both David swimmer types. Yeah Yeah and I say that because I'm too and that's not a bad thing to be no no. I you know it's funny. I I get either David Schwimmer Keanu reeves and I'm always so this is offensive to Schwimmer so flattered when I get it's more about how much I love. Ken Reeves I've so flattered by that rich and I and then I thought like Kiana reeves maybe occasionally. I wonder if he ever gets me as arrogant of me to think no. I bet it happened. Not Not that. People are like oh not. They mistake him for me but that they're like hey. has anyone ever told you look like that guy see. I think it's more likely that they don't know who he is. I like known says Takano Reeves knowing these boundaries you remind me now not even his enemies but if he's Frenemy if people don't Tim and he's on the subway being anonymous as does which is amazing. I've heard that may lor I know apparently he apparently apparently takes the subway and a lot of money to chair almost all his money away. He sounds like a credible person. Goals Person Calls or maybe you just as a great publicist treated that store okay. Oh that's so cynical but but yes schwimmer we get a la. Tony mentioned Schumer Schwimmer's. I think people always say like it's a bad thing like side is the couch it like. I of the friends of male friends I would maybe just because I do. I'd WanNa look like David Shulman. The most I think really yeah now the now okay okay this he he has which we didn't mention in the beginning he has a show. I believe out now not flex archibald auld. Es Arching. It's a cartoon yeah it's really sweet of he's been posting on instagram archibald chicken and it's about a very positive open open an empathetic started off as a children's book and now it's become a show animated show on that. Flex Tony Me created the show and from what I know of him. It's the perfect idea for a children's show for him to have come up with. It's about a chicken who is is very present and and he talks about that being something that he's had to work on in his life being more present yeah. I think something that we all have to work on especially these days with phones and stuff. It's I struggling mendaciously being present but I think it's uh really positive thing to put out there for him. Yeah for for kids for the world for adults to yeah it's you. Do you get those every week. Do you get those updates on Sunday morning where it's like you spend this many hours on your phone for whatever mine isn't turn on and I don't know how to turn on and I'm Kinda glad about. I'm happy that way. It's really depressing. I love his swim team story. Do you remember that when he said when your sports and his dad his dad he'll Tony was in a swim in some swim meet and use like halfway through the race and he just stopped because the pool was shallow enough so view to stop and stand up in the pool and he said I'm exhausted. Why would I keep going to imagine Tony as a teenager is so funny. Ah What do you think about it. There is something there's something kind of absurd about the whole idea of a of a swimmer as you know he's like Jerry Seinfeld has is that really funny bit horse racing when when they don't get to the end of the race and lake like who what was the point of that what wh- why don't we just do that. We're right back where we started true. That is something that's so funny. I can picture Jake because Jerry I'm also has. It's like not an insult. He's got like but could sounds like he's got kind of a horse horses as and when he's making like Oh so funny it's true I think that sometimes when I'm rooting for sports you know when I'm rooting for but like football season started which I'm really excited about but I've been like like the one we see sports fans in like stadiums and I went with with my friend Taryn recently to a rams game and like Taryn get so into it and it's funny to me because it's like he.
"hale" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"You have puppies two puppies. Do you really you turn Francis having eases and I used to be allergic to animals and never really liked dogs because of it and then I got two dogs and I'm crazy about dunks. Why did you get the dogs. If you ler GIC. They're hypoallergenic hypoallergenic there. What do they look like. They're super. They're so cute but I think like some hypoallergenic dogs dogs. I did have a bit of a reaction to so I kind of just played like my friends had this type of dog so I kind of just hanging around and I didn't have a reaction what it means. It's her hair instead of furs to us about one of our one of the three boys. One of US was allergic. I think and I think to take some of the pressure off that one. She said we were all allergic. Dogs I spend and this is something I didn't learn until I was like my twenty s. I had just the opposite experience. My parents knew I was allergic and they're like let's just keep getting dogs out of it and then I had asthma attack after just going and then we'd then that dog I and I'd be like Oh thank God get another dog. They take up smoking. I was just attached to Naylor my entire childhood and it's because of that and I as was that was always a scary everything when you did you ever do that when you inhaled. Did you have asked. Do you have asthma I do still. I still have an occasion yeah yeah me too Bro. Oh my God how man- drug of choice welcome to Nerd is already isn't noticed think of another new but I want to inhale dope story. I once inhaled without taking the LID off. Oh yes she thought it was GONNA die. All you WANNA do is breathe. You're not thinking of the small things off off and then it gets stuck in your windpipe I want. I want God funny. I went to into the emergency room when I was a kid couldn't breathe and somehow the I don't know if it was an intern turn giving me a shot or whatever but they gave me a shot and something broke in my arm like something hit something in the needle something the needle broke off something happened but I didn't even feel it because I was just. I can't breathe like I didn't care but some some kind of while you were having an attack. I was having taxes. They'd give you this like shot like a steroid thyroid yeah yeah and some something. I remember some kind of story that he pulled the kneel at in part of it wasn't there but I didn't care. I was just like I can breathe. Did they. Eventually intially get it out I guess or it's still in me. That's true when you scratching my organs. That's true when you can't breathe nothing else matters. It's like you're breathing through very very small. Straw from Virginia Tallahassee Florida which is very Georgia Virginia Yeah. That's what I meant your near you grew up near Virginia research and that's part sorry no actually Florida you because you went to graduate school in Virginia so a little bit and I think Tonioli Virginia. You're you're you look for lovers Antonio. It is for lovers away. I WANNA start at the and I want to start properly. Uh I liked the title of your podcast. Life is short. Oh thanks because I think it's something we forget and it's a good reminder to always hear. It and we're all gonna a day in the stuff that I'm giving power to does not matter most of the time that's that's why I am also. I like the fun part. That's coaster distant second but yeah thank you. I because I'm you know it's harder than you'd imagine to name a something because this is all of you putting yourself out up there and conversing and you want to have the right tagline to encapsulate that and that's difficult to here. I am World Yeah Yeah. We always want to say every morning inside inside and out. We've known each other for a long time. We that's no secret. That's a well known world. We worked on that one any the movie together well and then I go yeah but but way before then we were both cast. tell you ended up keeping your job on this in this movie that's right I was fired from a movie called Taylor Desperado and so I met you on that I think we we recorded some stuff together. I was actually thinking about that this morning on the way here and then I was then I remember thinking okay if I get asked was I ever fired and I was because I was talking to somebody about it. Recently was an animated show called. I think bubble guppies okay and I will. I I just started doing animation and they just they didn't want me back and I was like but then I was comedy. You had recorded a couple recorded the pilot and it just wasn't the right voice and so I totally get it but in the moment it's not a good feeling at all. It was awful it was I thought that was it's assure and it was like a dream job as you recall it. We got to work with some really incredible actors Dustin Hoffman Weight Room when we were he he. I don't know if you were there for this. He we did a table read lead of it yes. He was there for that. No no he wasn't. I don't think who was you me. Tony Stanley Tucci yeah got got so many gave Mike put love Mike Von. Yeah so it was it was different than most animated movies. which is you know you're in a booth and you rarely see the other actor wrangling with right in this case yeah? We had these body. Mike's they boomed. Mike's all around us and we were interacting face so I remember the day Dustin Hoffman recorded recorded his stuff that one day I recorded with him and he he had been very friendly with Gary. Ross was the director you've been. I'm very friendly with Gary Ross's assistant a younger woman probably early twenties and at a certain point. I think she may have started pretending that she couldn't hear him so he kind of gave up on being friendly with her and then he looked. I remember him looking around the room and we've been recording vile dustin tested and he saw a boom operator was a woman and he looked at her and he said have you ever have you ever made love to an old. Jewish man okay or would you want to and no inside anything and I just said you know what you believe I was. I was about to ask you the same thing and everybody laughed except for and he was just staring at me and goes. That's the first funny thing you said since you've been here. Oh Man Dan Yeah my hero. He was my by the way really quick comeback yeah. That's a good one. That's a really good one. I meant meant for it to everyone. So they kind of break the tension of course an empath you can hear when it's when it's a little yeah who else else Christopher Lloyd but but you do the whole thing and how how long was that what was that like I was just go figure the quirky sidekick. Your job checked out too. I think that's been every description of every character. We're looking for backed out. Tony Hale type yeah exactly and then but it was as you know like these animation things you're you. I mean they're so fun to do but you're not there. I mean the truth is the voice actors. Get the attention. We are such as small slice of the Pie. Yeah I mean these animators and producer serving the right when they do so my crazy work on these movies and then the voice actors we come in and we act crazy in a booth and it's so fun yeah yeah sure but it is a very slice of the pie it's true and I think that's the case even with live with live action stuff as well not not nearly so much as it is with I mean the they're you're. They're barely anytime. I never got actress who I saw. I sometimes see people actress post. Things on social media were they. They they go on about what the should the play. They've done or the you know. This was the most meaningful and like what we did out there will forever change lives and I. I've just never felt that way about it. I I not not to say that it can't bring it's not important to bring joy to people and to bring up but I've never kind of assigned at that level of profound importance on what I do. How D-. How do you feel about what you do your place in the world and that's a light. We started life short. Let's get into it right time. We're closer now. This is why I think that's a great question. 'cause I struggle with it. I struggle with if I'm really honest. It's with everything going in the world. Sometimes you just like got him an actor actor. What kind of what kind of impact are you making in the world and I think in terms of the work I mean yeah sure I think it does make people laugh and bring joy. I probably I get a lot of value out of hopefully being a kind signed person in like with the relationships around like being on set and I love to create those relationships and Y- it just maybe hopefully be an encouraging presents to somebody who might need it. You know it's like a it's those kind of smaller things. I typically give me walking walking away typically. Give me more value than maybe necessarily the work well. It's interesting you say that that makes it absolutely does and I think we I try to do the same thing and I valued that tonight value that about you I i. I'm a huge work in progress but like the now definitely the goal of mine. You're truly one of the nicest easiest people to around and find it fun. I mean that's why I really enjoy working with you but I also enjoy whenever we do. We've also been on this sort of. I don't know how else to say say it. We've done a lot of game shows together. You're very fun. There's no one I'd rather play these games with and there's always a little bit of Twenty Five Thousand Dollars Pyramid one but we did them. All what else do we did. We match game or we didn't yeah we met. I think well I didn't match but it was not. There was another one but we will do through match so there's just like superficially. I'm like Oh good if Tony's doing this. I feel a little I feel better. I feel like less if there is any shame in uh-huh doing games on on TV which there shouldn't be but should be well. I think it's kind of any kind of a hierarchy. That's there's always some kind of weird hierarchy out. There and we're all yeah..
"hale" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"Is Halloween. I love following. I don't really dress up anymore but we'll you on your forties nightside like some weird thing we really loving laurel and hardy and the Marx brothers in old old fashioned comedy Charlie Chaplin so we decided to dress up as the Marx brothers for one Halloween until I found out that I had to be Chico. Marx are older brother. Taming got to be Groucho Groucho Fund Krishna's Cigar. Yeah yeah yeah the glasses in Harpo. You got to have like I got my hands on that role. You know harmless fun because you get the especially for your the young as you were the probably the quietest of the three of US definitely Chico. Would you do with cheese and you do especially if you can't do an Italian accent then which I'm not even. GonNa still still can't really do so I was really. I just remember being like I can't we. I I can see my ours either well. I think you should be thankful in retrospect that we didn't make Zippo. That's what do you do at Zep. That's true I should have looked at it. That'd be looking bright. Side could be a dream live could do shimbum short. I'm your host Justin Long Linemen. It'd be a dream sweetheart do and with me is always is my brother. Harpo Christian sorry long I wonder if they I heard somewhere that Harpo I think we talked about in the show that grouchy was supposed to be kind of tough and surly and Groucho Harpo is supposed to be like he was sweet apparently yeah and apparently also zippo. I just made fun of him but I've heard that he was like the most talented. He's really handsome very handsome and yeah. I think I heard that too. That was really really smart. Maybe what was he. Oh no no this is is what was he ended up being the most successful of them because he ran. He started some other business. We gotta Google this but Zeppelin having like a really nice life I think or did he have like sex parties and stuff with his wife. I that's not not a nice little that's true that's true the point of US talking about being being the Marx brothers in addition to highlighting spoiled cynical kid. I was you're so upset I was. I remember you really like crying. You really really garrison seventeen eighteen. You were really upset. I think just post cry Tantrum and it's the three of us is going to be trenchcoat on and James got his mustache glasses and you're like Kinda. Explain like post crying with your little Chico hat and your plaid shirt. It's really refunding gotta find that picture of Curly Wig and my dad remember trying to be like you know. Hey Chico now. Chico would be really fun to do. Paz what we call our five little house on the prairie. We didn't live on a farm well. The reason we're blathering on about the Marx brothers. Our guest today reminds me reminds as you reminds both of us to be reminded of one of these one of these people were like brothers Laurel and Hardy Chaplain Classic Comedic Connecticut Real Throwback a brilliant comedic force yeah our guest as Tony Hale Antonis got the timing of the that kind of brilliant Marx brothers timing and he's got this great physical component to his comedy and I think he actually just physically he resembles buster sure Keaton. He does in in a in a very like clear way. I think he's in a very obvious way I would say. He looks if they did a bio pic about buster. Mr Keaton I would love for Tugg. Attorneys should play. He's also a great actor. I mean he's he's got. He's got it all. He's one of the nicest people to he and Julia Louis Dreyfuss hyphen veep that their connection there that combination is to me we talk about this interview it it is reminiscent of Chico and Harpo or Laurel and hardy or it's you know I think it'll lab and Castillo totally. It's it's they're. They're you're like great dance. Partners like Ginger Rogers. Yes they're not like Yeah Lucille Ball and Desi Arnez there there. They moved so well together together. They're they're they're so symbiotic their comedy as duo there's just incredible to a but Tony's great and everything and I've worked with Tony in a more dramatic capacity and I've seen him work. I'm GonNa have sat across from him while he acts and he's just so grounded and real he never never even when he's doing wacky stuff we she did one of the album the chipmunks movies and he still so grounded in the hats in a in a role like you know Ah. God He's such a nice person. He really is for those who don't watch veep. He was equally brilliant on arrested development the he was playing capture some similar moore to the character from veep but even more extremely needy and insecure and Tony Explores different different shades of anxiety with both of those characters. That's a good way putting and Christian and I when we but also remember when we talked to Tony we had yet get to see toy story four. I was going to say that it was before it will have to say well. We hadn't seen it because it wasn't out yet like a week before but we've since seen it. You've seen it right. I've seen got it. We start together. We didn't know on the plane. Sorry a memorable experience. The day's white people go to movies. I I mean movies are great. I love movies but why you would go not not to compare what we did to a date but I was just thinking like think about that like you. Don't get to really know the person I guess. The best thing is to go to a movie and then dinner counterpoint. It's a shared experience even though you're doing that's islands and that's what I was doing something together. That's true anyway. He is amazing. Toy Story for he's so good in that movie is so good anyway so if you've probably all seen toy story for we're at this point if you haven't you should check you. Haven't it's about to get a pretty big box off. You're welcome dreamworks and if you you've not heard Tony on on one of also great on interviews great on talk shows. He's just eighth grade here. We go my interview with the sweets kind hilarious area's Tony Hale life dream sweetheart dead I recently used this APP called hotel tonight and I can verify that it is very simple. It is very effective I think hotel tonight is an exceptionally good version of a hotel APP because they curate the hotels for you in such a way that just makes it a lot easier and they have brief descriptions of each hotel if you love scoring amazing hotel deals which I do. I love a good deal. I aim cheap. I'll say eh you. GotTa Use Hotel Tonight. Forget scrolling through these never ending list of Patel's hotel tonight. 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"Something about if given the choice i don't want to be given the choice right because i'm worried what my body might be like and then on the way down you're like wrong choice given weapons yeah all right thanks everybody think you tony hale thank you for coming the defended the old man oh man did i have fond do in that one was so much fun being onstage with tony and getting that feedback from the from the listening audience there that live audience is just there's nothing like it in a look to do more of these in the future will be so much fun if m a even if i can get one hundred people in a room in any given city it is well worth it for me and a lot of fun so thanks to tony it was great hearing him talk about punchdrunk love and for everyone to get him to know him a little better as tony hale and not buster booth or gary from veep two great great a movie rtd characters and attorneys just such a good guy so thanks to tony hale thanks to everyone who came out and thank you all for listening and until next week the take off that tin gallon hat mr cowboy because i cannot see the movie screen hey this is ethically embryos with anna answering and we're here to ask you do you like brown people to you know nothing about brown people by brown people are you wondering what in the world we're talking about well this is the podcast for you because we're brown and we're here to tell you about it we end to a bunch of stuff like grownups younger parents dealing with aspects of our culture that some people of color might feel alone and like mental illness sexual equality and more find ethnically ambiguous on apple podcast and other places also we use explicit language so please note children under four are allowed to listen.