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One Sound (MM #4052)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 weeks ago

One Sound (MM #4052)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. People always seem to talk about which of their seasons is the favorite. I've always admitted I don't like winter. I don't like the cold. I don't like the snow. Some people like the fall, but my allergies don't treat me that well so much then. For me, summer probably my favorite season, but there's something I realized about spring the other day that I just truly don't like. And it's one sound. The sound of a lawn mower. Now here in Nashville, our lawn mower season is a long one. We started mowing our lawn back in March, and we'll probably go through maybe even Thanksgiving depending upon the weather. So we're mowing lawns all the time. But right about the 1st of April, the lawn mowers in the neighborhood kick in. And of course, we do ours on the weekend when we've got the time, but some of the folks who live lawn mower services will always happen during the week. And usually early in the morning. And I realized how much I hate that sound of the lawn mower, because it's just a constant drone as you're trying to do your work. And of course, everybody gets their lawns mode on different days, so it's like almost once or twice a day, somewhere in the neighborhood. You hear that little buzzing of a lawn mower for about a good half hour. I know I'm complaining.

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One Sound (MM #4052)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 weeks ago

One Sound (MM #4052)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. People always seem to talk about which of their seasons is the favorite. I've always admitted I don't like winter. I don't like the cold. I don't like the snow. Some people like the fall, but my allergies don't treat me that well so much then. For me, summer probably my favorite season, but there's something I realized about spring the other day that I just truly don't like. And it's one sound. The sound of a lawn mower. Now here in Nashville, our lawn mower season is a long one. We started mowing our lawn back in March, and we'll probably go through maybe even Thanksgiving depending upon the weather. So we're mowing lawns all the time. But right about the 1st of April, the lawn mowers in the neighborhood kick in. And of course, we do ours on the weekend when we've got the time, but some of the folks who live lawn mower services will always happen during the week. And usually early in the morning. And I realized how much I hate that sound of the lawn mower, because it's just a constant drone as you're trying to do your work. And of course, everybody gets their lawns mode on different days, so it's like almost once or twice a day, somewhere in the neighborhood. You hear that little buzzing of a lawn mower for about a good half hour. I know I'm complaining.

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One Sound (MM #4052)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 weeks ago

One Sound (MM #4052)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. People always seem to talk about which of their seasons is the favorite. I've always admitted I don't like winter. I don't like the cold. I don't like the snow. Some people like the fall, but my allergies don't treat me that well so much then. For me, summer probably my favorite season, but there's something I realized about spring the other day that I just truly don't like. And it's one sound. The sound of a lawn mower. Now here in Nashville, our lawn mower season is a long one. We started mowing our lawn back in March, and we'll probably go through maybe even Thanksgiving depending upon the weather. So we're mowing lawns all the time. But right about the 1st of April, the lawn mowers in the neighborhood kick in. And of course, we do ours on the weekend when we've got the time, but some of the folks who live lawn mower services will always happen during the week. And usually early in the morning. And I realized how much I hate that sound of the lawn mower, because it's just a constant drone as you're trying to do your work. And of course, everybody gets their lawns mode on different days, so it's like almost once or twice a day, somewhere in the neighborhood. You hear that little buzzing of a lawn mower for about a good half hour. I know I'm complaining.

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The Left Went Crazy Over a 7-Hour Gap for Nothing

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:01 min | Last month

The Left Went Crazy Over a 7-Hour Gap for Nothing

"It's the water. Oh, you don't believe me? Well, let's listen to a little Montage. The gravy in put together over the supposed 7 hour gap scandal. The ghetto president that they thought Obama would be is officially Donald Trump. This dude is walking like he's voting from the wire with burner phones and erasing phone records. Trump or someone administration appears to have actually tampered with the records. These White House records are not just incomplete. The gap suggests staggering and potentially willful omission. 7 hours makes the 18 minutes of erased Oval Office tape around Watergate look like a game of patty cake. Donald Trump, a man who makes Richard Nixon look like a boy scout, Donald Trump makes Nixon look like a piker. Donald Trump has acted like a mafia boss. He didn't want a record of the calls and what he was saying in those calls is anybody's guess. There appears to be a real cover up of who Trump was talking to while the mob was attacking and ransacking the capitol. What is he talking to people that were in the oath keepers or some of the other rioters that were involved in this? It looks like he made a decision. I'm going to take this offline for the next 7 and a half hours. To me, that's really compelling evidence of his state of mind. What this shows is he's staying out of sight in order not to have any record of what he's talking about. That would actually be in a real trial, something that would trigger a consciousness of guilt instruction. This clearly is a crime if it involves dishonesty in trickery. And of course, that defines the Trump actions on this. This is a very big deal. And it's just more evidence of bad faith by Donald Trump. Donald Trump and his allies wanted to remove calls from the log or they made secret calls on burner phones. Knew what they were doing was wrong and tried to hide it. Simple as that. Well, I know this won't surprise you, it turned out every bit of that was false.

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Zelenskyy Leans on MLK Jr. In Speech to Congress, Pleaing for More

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Zelenskyy Leans on MLK Jr. In Speech to Congress, Pleaing for More

"His speech today that was carried, of course, via a Zoom call. He was on a big screen in the auditorium on Capitol Hill, Pelosi introduced him, he spoke for about a half hour. And he made an appeal for the United States to sort of lead the way to enforce the no fly zone. Inviting us to shoot Russian planes out of the sky. And he invoked our Pearl Harbor. He reminded us of our 9 11. He even brought up Martin Luther King. And his eye have a dream speech. A man pleading for help in what is a real humanity catastrophe. As we continue to see, Putin's army obliterating Ukraine.

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Trump Reacts to YouTube Deleting His Podcast Episode With Dana White

Mark Levin

01:31 min | 2 months ago

Trump Reacts to YouTube Deleting His Podcast Episode With Dana White

"Well it's the notebook boys that I was asked to do that by a tremendous guy named Dana White you know Dana White of UFC and he stick with you Do it interview with him And they're hot as a pistol and they have like I guess the top show or something So I did it and it was we had a lot of fun It was a half hour or so and it became very much a sensation because they had 6 million hits in a very short period of time It was a number one they've ever done And then I told them I said don't worry it'll be taken down because I'm doing it It'll be taken down We talked about very good things And we talked about a lot of policy good policies including energy independence and all of that And I just heard a little while ago they got taken down This is not a free press big tech is a disaster and our country is a much different place What they're doing is really terrible This is what they do in Russia If you look at Russia Russia doesn't know the people in Russia They don't even know that they're fighting a war with Ukraine because they have no press But we don't have a press either We don't have a press either when they can do that We had a very good conversation for young guys great people great and hot show Dana White only knows about hot And this was the best show they've done I guess in terms of views by many times and they actually took it down And really what it is Sean is they've taken away the voice of the people and I don't think the people will stand for it any longer This is what's happening This is what happens in other countries not supposed to happen in this country

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Rep. William Timmons Describes How Congress Has Changed

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:33 min | 3 months ago

Rep. William Timmons Describes How Congress Has Changed

"Got a unique experience now. You were there in the Senate, but in the Congress, you know, a number of years ago. And now coming to today, give me your feel on what Congress look like. I can tell you what 87 went like, you tell me what your time in frisk off is a lot to what we're seeing today. So it's very different. So that was 2006 is when I was on the hill. It's very different. The Republicans in the Democrats, they had their arguments they had their fights on the floor. And then went and had a cocktail after. They were friends. They're friendly. They were respectful to one another. I remember very vividly Ted Kennedy gave this incredible speech on the floor, just talking about how incredible Bill frist was. That would never, ever happen today. And so that's a big problem. And the question is why? Because when we're trying to modernize Congress, we're trying to fix, fix what's wrong, the dysfunction in Washington. You've got to think about what has changed between then and now. And honestly, I think a lot of it is technology. I think social media. I think the media. I think it's easier to fly. We have more flights. I'm door to door three and a half hours. I'm going to come home anytime I can. But back in the day, people moved to Washington. So we've lost this civil discourse. We've lost any kind of basic mutual respect. So we've got to find a way to get that back. And it's not going to be on Twitter.

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Movies to Watch This Weekend

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:22 min | 4 months ago

Movies to Watch This Weekend

"Okay. One minute, what else should we see? All right, I'll do rapid fire here. Because we haven't been on a couple of weeks. No. Avoid avoid the matrix resurrections. You know that from your tweets. Don't go see that not very good. It's on HBO Max. If you have to see it, watch it on HBO Max. Don't go to theaters. And waste your time and money there. There's a movie on Apple TV plus called swan song, which stars Maharashtra la Ali the two time Oscar winner. He's playing a kind of a double role himself and a clone of himself. The premise of the film, it's like a bit like a Black Mirror episode, the Netflix sci-fi speculative fiction series, but the premise is he's dying of a disease and transfers his memories into a new body. So his family will not lose him. It's very heartfelt touching and poignant. He is a great actor. It is worth watching for his acting performance. A bit of a downer. Don't go to that one. Don't go to that one expecting a real super uplifting thing, but very, very good. One more. One more. Licorice pizza, licorice pizza is in theaters everywhere now. The new one from Paul Thomas Anderson. I loved it quite a bit. I loved it. It's a little bit long. It's two and a half hours or so. It's a kind of a Shaggy dog. Yeah, let's talk about that next week instead of never Trump always Trump. We'll talk about licorice pizza in

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School, work, travel can wait as snow blankets U.S. capital

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 4 months ago

School, work, travel can wait as snow blankets U.S. capital

"The the snow snow complicated complicated president president Biden's Biden's B. B. do do get get home home after after a a weekend weekend in in Delaware Delaware airforce airforce one one got got the the president president to to Marilyns Marilyns joint joint base base Andrews Andrews where where the the snow snow was was blowing blowing sideways sideways it it took took nearly nearly a a half half hour hour of of plowing plowing for for the the big big plane plane to to reach reach its its parking parking spot spot marine marine one one could could not not take take him him the the final final leg leg to to the the White White House House so so the the president president skip skip to to the the helicopter helicopter and and instead instead hopped hopped in in a a vehicle vehicle for for a a much much slower slower than than usual usual ride ride it it took took nearly nearly an an hour hour his his motorcade motorcade slogging slogging through through snow snow covered covered streets streets to to Washington Washington where where federal federal offices offices are are closed closed and and we're we're emergency emergency management management officials officials have have asked asked residents residents to to avoid avoid driving driving Sager Sager make make ani ani Washington Washington

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Holiday Specials (MM #3928)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 5 months ago

Holiday Specials (MM #3928)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. People say the Internet's a vast wasteland and sometimes there's some proof of that. When we're looking for things to talk about, we're looking for fights to be had. And I'm not talking about politics. I'm talking about the Christmas TV specials that have been on TV for the years. I mean, we can argue over miracle on 34th street or it's a wonderful life for the best Christmas movies. Yes, there are those people who want to talk about die hard. But somebody the other day was arguing about the Christmas specials that we watched growing up, starting the 60s, the Grinch, the Charlie Brown Christmas, Rudolph, all of those rank and bass Christmas specials. And talking about how they're really only two good ones, and that was the Grinch and Charlie Brown. They say if you look at the messages for some of the other ones, especially like Rudolph, they're kind of nasty. They're not very nice, and the message that's sent throughout all of them isn't necessarily say what you will, but it is an interesting thought. I got to agree we did watch the Charlie Brown Christmas special the other night on PBS and the half hour goes by so quickly and when you really stop and listen and watch and think it's powerful and it's fun too

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Holiday Specials (MM #3928)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 5 months ago

Holiday Specials (MM #3928)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. People say the Internet's a vast wasteland and sometimes there's some proof of that. When we're looking for things to talk about, we're looking for fights to be had. And I'm not talking about politics. I'm talking about the Christmas TV specials that have been on TV for the years. I mean, we can argue over miracle on 34th street or it's a wonderful life for the best Christmas movies. Yes, there are those people who want to talk about die hard. But somebody the other day was arguing about the Christmas specials that we watched growing up, starting the 60s, the Grinch, the Charlie Brown Christmas, Rudolph, all of those rank and bass Christmas specials. And talking about how they're really only two good ones, and that was the Grinch and Charlie Brown. They say if you look at the messages for some of the other ones, especially like Rudolph, they're kind of nasty. They're not very nice, and the message that's sent throughout all of them isn't necessarily say what you will, but it is an interesting thought. I got to agree we did watch the Charlie Brown Christmas special the other night on PBS and the half hour goes by so quickly and when you really stop and listen and watch and think it's powerful and it's fun too

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Biden heads to Kentucky to survey damage from deadly tornadoes

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 5 months ago

Biden heads to Kentucky to survey damage from deadly tornadoes

"Workers workers at at a a Kentucky Kentucky candle candle factory factory that that was was obliterated obliterated a a deadly deadly tornado tornado are are taking taking their their employer employer to to court court aid aid workers workers were were killed killed when when a a tornado tornado leveled leveled the the Mayfield Mayfield consumer consumer products products candle candle factory factory during during a a busy busy Friday Friday night night shift shift now now survivors survivors have have filed filed a a lawsuit lawsuit in in Kentucky Kentucky state state court court seeking seeking damages damages the the lawsuit lawsuit claims claims the the factory factory had had up up to to three three and and a a half half hours hours before before the the tornado tornado hit hit its its place place of of business business to to allow allow its its employees employees to to leave leave its its work work site site as as safety safety precautions precautions the the suit suit claims claims the the factory factory showed showed flagrant flagrant indifference indifference to to the the rights rights of of the the workers workers by by refusing refusing to to allow allow them them to to go go home home early early the the Associated Associated Press Press has has reached reached out out to to the the company company for for comment comment one one employee employee of of the the factory factory told told the the AP AP that that a a supervisor supervisor threatened threatened her her with with a a written written disciplinary disciplinary action action if if she she left left because because storms storms were were approaching approaching I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer king king workers workers at at a a Kentucky Kentucky candle candle factory factory that that was was obliterated obliterated a a deadly deadly tornado tornado are are taking taking their their employer employer to to court court aid aid

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"half hour" Discussed on THE HALF HOUR BROS PODCAST

THE HALF HOUR BROS PODCAST

01:53 min | 7 months ago

"half hour" Discussed on THE HALF HOUR BROS PODCAST

"It had me fucked up. But i wouldn't even involved because i it's funny. It's hard to explain unless you have held a weapon in your hand right. That is used to take another person's life. this thing is brought to do. its job. Okay unless you'd like hunter whatever but you know when you're in the army and the military whatever no it's specifically made for killing the enemy okay and you you have that you have that knowledge of or you had that moment of like when it comes down to will. I be the trigger. Yeah if it's me or them right. I really be able to take somebody else's life. Yeah that's heavy. That is has anybody who's ever been in a position to carry a weapon you know in the theater of operation or a law enforcement or anything like that do that's heavy man like i feel rally baldwin. Because unlike him. I'd come come to peace right right it. Was somebody trying to harm us so it is self defense right. Iran emission and. They've sunk money into this one thing happening yet. But i can tell you right now. What would happen if i had like a friendly fire. Just random accident killed one of my guys on my team. That's fucking sick dude. That's fucking sick man that shit. That shit's gonna that shit's going to stick with them for a while. I got a little time for real quick. Let me do one thing for we do it because it has to be a pre roll mid roll. Okay guys if you're out there right now Just take a couple of seconds if you're a content creator. We're on twitter on talk. We see a lot of people that engage with us or other shows other podcasts. So i know other shows. Listen to this show. Just as i was a bunch of other shows if you listen to us and you haven't gone to pago dot co young and put in that application yes put the half hour grows in the reference spot waiting for it's gonna take about two weeks and they're gonna they're gonna give you an amount of money based on what your shows doing. They're also going to grow with you. Your show grows. You submit the information. You're pago money will go up. If you refer a bunch of people your pod. Go money can.

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05:54 min | 7 months ago

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THE HALF HOUR BROS PODCAST

08:28 min | 7 months ago

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"This that were rose podcast with kurt. Explicit content ahead. What up baby boy. Back in the booth bro. Believe it or not. I'm not home in had your house. Welcome in half hour grows podcast. I'm tom thanks for joining us. Hit us up half hour. Rose jimoh dot com at half hour bras pot on twitter and have our bros. pot on top. Hit us up. Dm email smokes him carrier pigeon. I like a good smoke sixty. What's up. Hey i kind of feel weird right now those weird like right in front of you right. What three headphones or too high phones or to. I don't look at me broke higher. I turned it down. Turn it down. I turned it down. There you go see now see see. Now they're down now down. I contact volumes lawyer. now the volume's icon like this much. I got this far away. I haven't seen you in person like this for over ten seconds then like a month and been in this room quite a while. Hey i haven't been home in two years and i'm ninety percent. Sure i left my front door open. Oh man your houses. Fuck bro two year. it's front front door. Open your cooked bro. I left the oven. You're your if you left off and on for two years who's that fucking. Forgive me. i'm done all right. So what's up man. What's going on what's up what's cracking. It is super awesome to be back in your house. I mean dude fucking doj. Oh man joe. The fortune solitude sanctuary. Whatever else you put on there be real with you. I don't like this. I don't like this drop beginning. Doesn't sound like an alien screaming and space. No it's tire screeching. I know what it is but you don't think that beginning part i mean i guess man but there's not an alien afterwards. That sounds like when you're on a spaceship okay. A there's like an alien come round the corner okay. Quiet yeah you hear that like that predator. The chilling yes. All right do well first off. It's a car crash second off. It's let me see it's a car. Let me see how this all right. Two minutes and forty seconds saying guys pod go dot co sir pod. 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I'm gonna get to that old fuck in a minute so check it out on pogo pogo dot. Co jerky pro. What have you so real quick before we get into it. Man sir did a show went on a show the other day. Excuse me What's up where you're seeing other shows. Yeah yeah not exclusively man. It's just. I'm getting out there and i'm trying to figure out who i am with other shows without this show. You know i've been with this show ever since i've been shows i know i don't know we had a special thing and we do and it's the first thing and it's so special in england i look back. It's always thinking about museum tower. Tanzania only see your face. When i'm on these other sad ugly but you know i want figure out who i am with these other shows and then maybe you and these other shows together. That's funny that makes me think of the mortgage alex freaking. Oh god durr's there's guys let me go do pixar. Yeah you'll be app right made apple. Then he left then he made Pixar and then he left and then he went back to apple made that way better. Okay be my apple go. Do picks are come back. Drop iphones together. And so our other shows what's going on so don't fourteen. Podcast shout out. Let me see if g support serve and legit superfan. Oh oh if we had a number fan. We're going to go get some shirts printed and by the way we gotta get that jerky to order the matching leprechaun. No we're going to. We're going to send them some shirts and we're going to get that jerky but anyway fourteen. Podcasts main if you guys out there if you want to listen to the episode i was on go look up the fourteen one four podcast but other than that episode man. Listen as far back as you can on the show you've been on the show. They get into some shit man they get into some real shit. It's it's not a full discretion it's kind of a navy centric. Servicemember centric podcast. Did you talk about other. 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"half hour" Discussed on THE HALF HOUR BROS PODCAST

THE HALF HOUR BROS PODCAST

03:54 min | 7 months ago

"half hour" Discussed on THE HALF HOUR BROS PODCAST

"Oh man two things. The servicemember getting shot at getting killed. They didn't ask to go me like they got told to go over there. Does that does that make any different. I don't know maybe a little bit second thing. I had a thought when i listen to this earlier. When he said it's when he talked about You know humans taking large other groups. People would inflicting suffering on them. And then okay all right. Yeah if you think about that in ever long. Where'd you kind of doing it now. With artificial intelligence and stuff right is essentially what we're going to turn robots machines into getting computers. Basically enslave them to get all of our work and all that kind of stuff. Hey don't you also think at some point there's going to be an uprising of them because we have to make them a certain level of intelligence. We're not going to be able to restrict the barriers at some point because we wanna keep pushing them to do way better things. They're going to get so good that they're better than the intuition of us making them like come on bro. But we already do that at work to this. We've got machine learning right now. Where we'll we'll throw a bunch of data at this thing. It'll constantly just examine the data learn and create models and stuff. And as you keep pumping more and more data into it. It's already starting to predict what's going to happen and it's usually rights within about it's about ninety percent caress nuts on its predictions. That's enough that's pretty. That's pretty impressed for they got robots that are us citizens now. Have you seen those. Yeah now so there's about eight of them already but a couple of years back they snuck through in that khloe or whatever they Artificial intelligent one was like the smartest one made. That chick is now a us citizen and they made another one and she wants to have like an artificial baby. She's already said that she wants to have like an ai. Baby to raise and she's a she's an artificial intelligent by. Isn't that fucking nuts. Do we're gonna get into next episode next lord next episode good. That was good. Hey i definitely want to be in the studio for that one. That's gonna be nice. God not just saw those man joined us. F our bruce. Pockets no spurt. I'm tom his half. Are rose dot com. And half hour. Bruce todd on twitter talkie off half hour picking up listening listeners. Subscribe you tell your friends and Simpson on you grow. That was dope. I can't flex i. It'll sound low. That song will sound low but in our headphones it just stayed up. I commend you for getting through that fucking fool plug read without allow. This shit is in the headphones. It is pretty loud. You fucking fucking soldier through that ship wrote. It was so loud in my head. And i keep hearing you. You sound like you're in a helicopter. You're like alright. Did us up. You want to go to rose. He was it was. it was interesting. Man i'm going to be real glad you're back into go. Do something do something special man. Yeah we'll get into beardies roast libro. Sweating hell yes sir. Grinding started hurt the next day. Yeah bro chick. Let's do fucking. Michael chiklis i man. That's it bro. Amount like lives matter fat. These got show right..

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"half hour" Discussed on THE HALF HOUR BROS PODCAST

THE HALF HOUR BROS PODCAST

08:09 min | 7 months ago

"half hour" Discussed on THE HALF HOUR BROS PODCAST

"This is that were rose again. With brothers kurtz at tom explicit content ahead the fox up i was up. Is it by real quick. I am man. Yeah hey what's up. What's up man. This one on one on bro. Hey exciting what's up man. I'll tell you what this is going to be the last week. We're doing what he's remote shows. Thank god got all be in the studio next week. Koertzen all this equipment at my house. He set it all up perfectly in. Of course now. I work and so thank god when i when i can't accident zoom meeting and i had these headphones on new year like well. You just gave us site. Get your like it's over with now that's done with. We're not doing that anymore. That's gone that exploded. We don't have never even had all right. It's like it never even happened well. Hey so that's current. i'm tom. Welcome in half hour rose podcasts. Thanks for joining us. Hit us up. Half hour grows gmail.com at half. Are rose pot on twitter on talk. I think we're going to record a video videos. Who knows man. 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Somebody's podcast fucking ridiculous. Dude i think a lot of people think that our podcast is fucking ridiculous but hail we'll cover nineteen topics though about you ever hear ones. That are so niche that it's like there's only three people on the planet that are going to wanna listen at like for real bro. Yeah it's tough I think people that pick a niche and do something different from within that every week is one thing. Like if you're thinking true crime or whatever but yeah in general just you know talking about the The election of abraham lincoln in eighteen. You ever like like that. Might not be such a great idea for a podcast. I'm done with true crime. No more true crime. There should be allowed to make any new ones. We got plenty out there. Dr phil has one. They got the bases covered bro. There's nothing in true crime. Somebody's going to start now and fucking fucking revolutionized the industry with every week. There's a fucking true crime. 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What Is Former President Trump's Strategy for 2024?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:02 min | 8 months ago

What Is Former President Trump's Strategy for 2024?

"Welcome back america. I'm at that music. Means david drucker house. David 's book in the shadow of trump debuts. I believe on october. Nineteenth it is very timely today because there is a washington post story out that trump is running a wink and a nod campaign. David drucker trump talked out announcing at twenty twenty four bid for now suttles on a wink and a nod unofficial candidacy. What do you make the headline. Well it's some good reporting but the trump isn't ryan lincoln and candidacy since days left the white house and pretty clear to me when i interviewed him for the book in may that he was running a that he was interested in running again. You know he asked me like whoa. Whoa why do people think not running. They said he says you're running. Let's just talk it because they're people that run if you don't Which i finally got got him to agree to do How long did that take you know about three and a half hours got. I got there so i was told yesterday. By a confidante of the former president that he is going to run and that if he changes his mind because of help but he looks in great shape. Lost fifteen pounds feeling great playing a lot of golf love talking politics that if he does run he he's going to destroy anyone who runs against him. I mean just take them out at the knees and turn on them and if he doesn't run he'll be supportive of them hoping to freeze them for a while consistent with your understanding you well first of all. We know that anytime. He's in a campaign. He tries to people out of the knees again. Nothing new to sing understand about President trump warmer president trump is that he loves being in the arena. he loves holding his big rallies. He hasn't tired of politics. He didn't want to retire from politics. And unlike presidents in the past two lost. He's simply not to do so

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"half hour" Discussed on THE HALF HOUR BROS PODCAST

THE HALF HOUR BROS PODCAST

05:36 min | 8 months ago

"half hour" Discussed on THE HALF HOUR BROS PODCAST

"A very very very wide swath of people who felt an immense amount of stress and and if they can all stick together and they can all remember being in that together security and go and why exactly are certain people now able to fly to space like why am i. I'm supposed to be cheering because some dickhead can afford to go to space per person. Seems like they're on the other side of the line from me. That's what i'm that's what i know. If you can afford to go to space you probably not on the right side of the fight. As far as i'm concerned no we don't have anything to talk about if they think it's like an accomplishment like look i'm like hey buddy can't connect to you man. I don't even you know. San barely been in an airplane a few times in my life and they didn't even get close to fucking space so i really don't have much to talk to you about because i just went through a pandemic and now jeff bezos has as much money as jesus christ us so saying i don't i don't understand how that works and i. This shows a little conspiracy theory so we've already got into a couple of topics of how it start. And how does everything like this star and stuff like that but yeah it's just. It's a bit odd that the people that have been making money are just crushing. It in the people that were floating along just got tossed like a cement brick. Yeah it's Like i said. I sit here i go. You know like if if you're floating around in space. I'm pretty certain. Mike kids should have health insurance. I lost my health insurance. I'm not going to exactly. I'm not gonna pretend. You're like neil armstrong and buzz aldrin. Up there like you could like. There's a lot of people in this world. that could have easier. Lives if you open up your pocketbook and you wouldn't even notice that's the thing and then people sit here and go wide as a billionaire need to fund the rest of us go will y you know billionaires paid for grand central station in new york city like they used to pay for ship for the infrastructure of the country just to kind of get off and show off and like get. Let's get back to that. Let's get back to jeff bezos funding on like and. That's not me saying. He owes us anything i'm saying. Oh that is the tradition..

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Caller Bill Describes the Scene at Trump's Perry, Georgia Rally

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:34 min | 8 months ago

Caller Bill Describes the Scene at Trump's Perry, Georgia Rally

"Is in doraville georgia. Bill anderson you went to the rally in perry her. Yeah was there. I got there about. I was able to get in about three o'clock which was four hours before he was actually scheduled to be there and the crowd was enormous. I heard i read that three and a half hours before it started. The place was already packed. Yeah one funny thing that. I don't think anybody has talked about was There was a plane that was flying around with a banner over the crowd that said Tax the rich build back better and a lot of the Speakers there were referring to that as biden's air force one flying around polling a banner right. Yeah so do you have any questions You know. I was there the whole time and i wasn't i wasn't close enough to see how President trump looked whether he was thinner or not. I couldn't tell what was the attitude of the crowd. What was the mood like. Because i the word that i kept hearing over and over from people who were there was it was just a great deal of fun. Oh yeah there was When i was there i was. You know trying to estimate the crowd and came with i. I'm not a crowd estimated. But i came up with about twenty thousand like Being on a football field if If the whole crowd was put on the football field we could You know we could build a whole part of this. You think anybody would be having that kind of fun and a biden rally.

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Trump Hints at 2024 White House Run During Packed Georgia Rally

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:20 min | 8 months ago

Trump Hints at 2024 White House Run During Packed Georgia Rally

"Trump had a huge rally in georgia. news reports. Say it was standing room only couldn't get in in fact they say. The crowd was so packed in three and a half hours before it. The via the event even began in perry georgia. He was it was. It was all the seats. Were gone huge event. He said we need to win. Big time in the midterms we cannot forget. Twenty twenty and we'll have victory in twenty twenty four shattering win in november twenty twenty two and by the way we never forget twenty twenty just in case you have any quiet. We're not forgetting point for most corrupt election of the history of our country. Most corrupt election history of most ganges to be followed by even more glorious victory in november of twenty twenty four. He's running and he's running. He's going to be the republican party nominee. I think look could change. Let's face it. What could happen between now. And then we're still a ways

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Anthony Mackie to Star in ‘Twisted Metal’ Live-Action Series

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:31 min | 8 months ago

Anthony Mackie to Star in ‘Twisted Metal’ Live-Action Series

"Anthony mackie is to star john doe in the live action twisted metal. This is justin kroll at deadline. After recently being named the next captain marica anthony. Mackie looks to a found his next juicy role to sink his teeth into sources tell deadline that mackey is set to star in and executive produce sony pictures pictures television and playstation productions twisted metal a live action adaptation of the popular video game. Maquis will play the lead role of john doe in the half hour live action tv series. Insiders say that sony tv in playstation productions are extremely high on the package and plan is in the works to take it to buyers soon. We're thrilled to have anthony. Mackie on board his ability to blend a comedy action drama is perfect for the twisted twisted world. We're creating said assad kill bash head of playstation studios twisted metal high-octane action comedy based on an original take by deadpool scribes. Rhett reese in paul. Were nick about a motormouth. Outsider offered a chance at a better life but only if he can successfully deliver a mysterious package across a post-apocalyptic wasteland with the help of a trigger happy car thief face. Savage marauders driving vehicles of destruction and other dangers of the open road including a deranged clown. Who drives an all-too-familiar ice cream truck doe is a smart ass milkman. Who talks as fast as drives with no memory of his past. He gets a once in a lifetime opportunity to make his wish of finding community. Come come true. But only if he can survive in onslaught of savage vehicular combat

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"half hour" Discussed on THE HALF HOUR BROS PODCAST

THE HALF HOUR BROS PODCAST

05:04 min | 8 months ago

"half hour" Discussed on THE HALF HOUR BROS PODCAST

"You're telling me there's not one you've seen that single you would have gone after. I thought it took it for a test drive. All right. Thank you. But what I'm trying to say, but that shit on this pilot. I'm saying there are those that look like dying pieces. 9 pieces. That's what I'm saying. That's what I'm saying. Some of them look like dime pieces. I don't know, man. I don't know, man. That's a crossroads for me. I'll meet you at the crossroads so you don't mention. I say I don't understand the matrix movie, man. I don't really understand the trailer for it. I got to go back and watch all three. I don't understand how this ending happened. I don't know what the fuck how we got into this one into the new one. We're Keanu Reeves as old as shit, then meets Trinity and Trinity looks fucking awful. Dude, he looks at coffee shop. Trinity looks like shit. She always looked kinda rough back in the fucking first matrix movies. She looks like fucking ass, dude. That actress was something moss I think. Yeah, my Rolling Stone, bro, she looks like. No, moss doesn't grow our own stuff. I thought it's moss gross fat on her Rolling Stone. Rolling Stone. But the song though, I know, but it's a metaphor for the band, the Rolling Stone. And moss grows fat on a Rolling Stone. First of all, do you know where that Rolling Stone comes from? Comes from a Bob Dylan song. All right, bro, I'm just telling you. I'm just telling you how the fucking lyrics are in that song, bro, I know moss doesn't grow on a Rolling Stone because it's rolling and can't grow moss. That's how the fucking song goes. Let's do a little fact check here. All right, you fact check, what's the last part?.

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Biden Turns From Afghanistan to Domestic Agenda

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:44 min | 8 months ago

Biden Turns From Afghanistan to Domestic Agenda

"I am joined by byron york at the washington examiner and fox news. Good morning byron. How are you good morning you doing. Well thanks The lead story for me today has also the lead story in the wall street journal. The headline is biden seeks to shift focus to domestic issues after afghanistan. Exit white house plans to spend september pushing for passage of the president's agenda as he faces falling poll numbers. I personally believe that. Most americans know about the thousands of american citizens l. p. r.'s and sib holders abandoning afghanistan that they don't quite know the details but they're intently concerned with it and that it's an iceberg issue that the president is mishandling by treating it as something that will be forgotten. David drucker disagrees with me. Brian rosen wall. Very much disagrees with me. That americans are paying attention. What does byron york thing. Well i think that american's feelings about us citizens being left behind ghanistan. I think those feelings are essentially folded in to the poll. Numbers that you're seeing Biden's approval rating for his handling the situation afghanistan which are in the twenties. I mean those are nixon and watergate. Poll numbers So i do think that americans are aware of that now. A couple of things about biden changing the subject. Of course he wants to change the subject answer as well A lot of the pr. The question is what will allow the press. Go along with it if you look at politico's playbook this morning and we just tiny tiny little mention of afghanistan Much more on the biden Agenda on the other hand i was. I didn't hear the first half hour of your program Did you read. Senator blumenthal's tweets. Today did not. I tweeted the story out that he is outraged. He's a democrat but go ahead and tell people about it. Well Senator blumenthal Yesterday afternoon Posted a threat on twitter. My staff and i have worked night and day to secure the safe passage of two planes waiting in mazari sharif to take american citizens at risk afghan allies and their families to safety. My office join forces in this humanitarian mission with an incredible coalition of advocates ngos former servicemen and journalists to try to evacuate our fellow citizens in afghan allies by the way ngos former service members and journalists. Anybody missing from that list. Department and pentagon. Yeah exactly so anyway. He goes on And so this is as you point out a democratic senator which may be necessary to give this issue enough credibility for some members of the press to pay attention

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Arizona's Kari Lake on the Age of the Trump Republican

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:05 min | 9 months ago

Arizona's Kari Lake on the Age of the Trump Republican

"I have to say. There is a a a lightened dog. There is a front in an obverse of how to be successful in the age of america. I and i've been texting back and forth with man who says he's a republican wants to be governor of the commonwealth virginia. But he seems scared to come on the show all his communications team. I'm talking about dan. Yung-chen running it for him which is really embarrassment. You not only understand that. Politics changed in two thousand sixteen. You've embraced donald trump. The wonderful pictures of you and my former boss are out there. This is a clear message to the seventy four million. Who voted for him that you believe. The age of the career politicians is done. Talk to us about your vision of arizona and how politics have changed. And it's the age of the citizen. Politician carry absolutely ronald. Reagan called it the citizen politician and we used to call it. Reagan republican now. I believe we are in the era of the trump republican and i believe that eighty percent of republicans are solidly mega trump republicans. I am one of them. I'm not ashamed to say that. I'm very proud to be a trump republican because he puts america first and we have to do that. We see how the world is spinning out of control right now and i think some of these other politicians are being controlled by the consultant class. The political consulting class. They're afraid to do what's right. Because they have special interests that are not the people that are representing. And you're showing pictures right now. A little over a week ago i was invited to see president trump at trump tower and it was such an amazing day. Our half hour meeting dragged out. I shouldn't say dragged out. I was happy at dragged out a an hour in about fifteen minutes. So i was so pleased. Sit down you got more than an hour with the boss. Yes i did. It was surreal. I must

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"half hour" Discussed on THE HALF HOUR BROS PODCAST

THE HALF HOUR BROS PODCAST

03:27 min | 9 months ago

"half hour" Discussed on THE HALF HOUR BROS PODCAST

"This is the half hour. Rose podcast with brothers. Kurt and tom explicit content head kiddo. Open he is. Welcome in half our podcast. I'm tom hit us up half hour. Bros. gmail.com half hour grows pot on. Twitter rose pod on the tiki ta give her a give us a shout or tick-tock sat up for this week. Oh shit. I forgot to bring him up. Hang on hang on. Hang on his tom right. You're kurt tom. I'm curt your tom. But when you say it back it sounds opposite. I'm curt your tom right all right. I pulled her bare seventy-three there. You go look in my talk ego bio that's not such a free guide ever rose by. What did you think it was. The guys live that in where you just kept. Spamming him when i did. I did wanna shout out though. I still did want to show his out though all right. Shout out china remember. How you biggie smalls. But i. But i don't know shit anyway. Let's move on from alabama with what's going on with you. We're on zoom call right now. What's up man. talk to me. Talk to me or you out. Their resume resume. Sort of this thing. got this have you had. This is a coded. Yeah yeah yeah. Yeah yeah i think. My homeboy Fuck with this one. Chicken caught it. He caught some of that delta delta he hasn't delta eight variant apparently hit pretty hard apparently sure apparently from what i've heard so appalling our department shout out to them so y- tell is fucking wild in the streets right now it's wild. I didn't tell you this my daughter's Homecoming got cancelled. The the dance and football game damn man so they don't know what they're gonna do Star ready start at schools that are like oh we got a billion kids cove it. We can't even sold the football team right now. I mean Tuna boys fuck mess up the jv locker room. The principal comes in. He goes you know what guys sadie. Hawkins dances cancelled. All right if you keep this up. Friday's games cancelled to accept release time. It's really cancelled. they're not gonna coming against loretta. Say the guys that messed up. The bathroom are going to go to the principal's office and give like some disney speech and the principal. Go you know what. I was just like you kids once. Have you danced so sore daughters in the band and she's just kind of set about that in the dance part but We're we're kinda mad cause we go to the football games now. And i bought two of those seats that you could put on the bleacher sitting on the bleacher you know. Dad's got that baghdad bro. Through the last game we went to. We have to so national gleacher. Jasjit sought your ass is destroyed. Broach are the day games during the fucking like data and then do the bleachers. For like a thousand they were fucking radiating heat..

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"half hour" Discussed on THE HALF HOUR BROS PODCAST

THE HALF HOUR BROS PODCAST

04:40 min | 9 months ago

"half hour" Discussed on THE HALF HOUR BROS PODCAST

"Podcast is brought to you by hints shampoo sitting on the dock of obey supplement. Shelf just hanging out. You use promo code. Nobody wants to fuck me anymore and get twenty percents off shampoo promo code. I also description promo code. You better have a 401k to match that hairline. No but the currency thing okay. Here's here's what's here's what i don't understand. People are always like bitcoin right currency the future explained to me something. Okay why does why does it. Bitcoin have value. How about because we placed a value on it direct right just like anything else because we invested the money in an inflated it to have a value now the one thing about bitcoin propped up. Well the one thing about bitcoin. I find interesting is there's only so much bickering right. One day they will mind the last bickering. It'll be in. It'll just be out there then right but they'll make more now. the way. the bitcoin works is there is a finite amount of it. It's it'll stay that way. What if it splits like a regular star. It's not stock its currency you could still split it. But it's not a stock you thinking stocks. This is currency. This is how you pay for but you can say you buy stuff but you can still print more in splitting you can. I know it's not splitting. They could still in the sense. Triple the amount of bitcoin..

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"half hour" Discussed on THE HALF HOUR BROS PODCAST

THE HALF HOUR BROS PODCAST

04:55 min | 10 months ago

"half hour" Discussed on THE HALF HOUR BROS PODCAST

"I'm not going anywhere. i can't walk. This is really hurting. I think something's broken okay. Well you don't wanna go sealer. And so i slow. I didn't sleep because if anybody ever broken bone out there you know. I didn't sleep now when i look at that next morning. And you walked in and saw my call look like damn purple watermelon. And you're like oh oh so you really hurt yourself. Oh okay well. Let's go somewhere that saturday to we had to go to urgent care like oh man and that was that was all omay boy a day on that one but you if pretty bad on their feet walter foots. What their foot ankle. Whatever look like when it was broken in when it wasn't and i thought it was a bad sprain. And i found out that i don't even play dot ground ticket de it's crazy with that because unless you're you remember when dak prescott did his ankle thing last season football and it was like it was clearly something fucked up for myself. It was all inside. Nothing was looked weird. So i mean get nothing but dude i mean come on man i was not not selling. How bad is hurt. Like hang on sony jumped. It's an master's oppressors came down and then played the tournament low. There was one of those freak things where it pop out and just bought right back in back in him. She'll tell you hate when that happens but okay Elbow that's that's not that fun anymore. To- i'm told that story too many times. This is murder. Okay role with a lot of broken bulbs not really. I broke my elbow. And i broke my ankle slam some bones in my foot but kurt. Kurt never break anything thing did he. He just always had a shoulder. Stuff is problems east. Oh god is yet bursitis and stuff. But i mean now like nobody else really broke. Shows the donnas break and stuff so The man so what's up what's also been. I think we're getting close to time. Would what's been going on where you where you at today. Because that's always my one of my fun things is we're in the world is by florida. The lovely anthony terrible number. Because i'm sure there's many many women out there that wanna know where i am so i can't give the actual room number but just come on knock on every room and all our poppy. You're in florida poppy. There could be a couple goals to those twelve head out if you do that. So oh you're so you're a redneck florida. Yes i'm on the road revere and once you're once you're on the other side of the when you're in central central time but you're in florida. Yeah it's bad place to be. It's it's it's not uptown. Tell me i was in baton rouge this week <hes> and A real good time You know. I mean you know what i'd do. I mean. we had a cookout hung out with the drivers in law. That's a just kind of it. I mean you know. Mama whipped in mississippi a week before last So your great-grandfather your grandfather. Now he might as well. He's somebody's grandfather He was How does he knew. See this one telling between same between bo. Hit ninety four which is on You know your side and georgia hidden. You know ninety three. I mean i don't know. I'm saying from your mom once you're debt so there's good genes are so see for the minute. I don't go in carthage That died at ninety six because he was up on the roof the tv and gentlemen solve. And how did he get up there. That's incredible on the ladder. Just the ladder in my my after funeral. My and said i knew he was gonna fall off their dot one day and i just kept telling him don't go. Would you kept telling our state little guests that sounds like a family member. Yeah sounds like related to us. So <hes> well. Hey man i tell you what i think. We're getting close on time. So i'm gonna wind it down but that's just wanna remind remind everybody out there. Half hour rose gmail.com at half hour. Rose pod on the twitter machine half our rosebud on talk which i think send you from time to time. I send you some tech talks.

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"half hour" Discussed on THE HALF HOUR BROS PODCAST

THE HALF HOUR BROS PODCAST

03:45 min | 10 months ago

"half hour" Discussed on THE HALF HOUR BROS PODCAST

"Dot co thank you and enjoy the show and just in case you forgot. that's pod. Go dako what's up everybody. Yeah welcome in you here You hear a familiar voice from last week on the line. Poppy what's going on man. Welcome in just wanna say buck yen. You absolutely Are you absolutely can do that. And and so much. In honor of discretion by an honor curtis discretion is advised So men have our rose podcast and that's not kurt. I'm tom You know we're just hanging out with bobby today. you strolled into the studio last week. talk to see train. I listened to the show. Would you think talking to me now. The other guy that's young. Yeah did you listen to the show. Did you check it out. I need to put my mask on. No no mask for the at home. You can't see him. He's trying to put a mask on. He's very funny. Did you listen to what you guys recorded. Yes i enjoyed it out to get down and that was all that really matters to make sense. You know i'll be. I'll be a senior and about a month and a half. I'll be illegal senior citizen so when you get to be that age. It just doesn't matter anymore. it doesn't matter. yeah absolutely. I appreciate your feedback. Though 'cause you knows more interested in how you felt about a show. I checked it out. I thought it was interesting. it sounded like a normal conversation between you two guys all like i was listening to you. Talk on the phone. It was pretty cool. I love talking to you guys. And i i do get to curtis probably ten times more than two new but you are. You know your kids. I think you have a job. Roman one senior leave the house in a year and a half but in theory. I'm still there. Yeah i did. I did it today. But hey i always love talking to everybody out there too. So if you wanna talk to us in a half hour bros. Gmail.com at half hour bras pod on twitter and half goes on talk. Check us out there. bobby. I gave you a reprieve on that one so how bad you suck last week. So i and i did i To me and i just i i don't know what it was just i knew the first one and i was like it's on twitter. And something else on something else you into the lights to bryant freeman. It's kinda happens. Smart water by the way is pretty smart water at some smart water. So you know. I was thinking about doing this show and i was like i was really looking forward to it because i thought that was pretty cool. When brought it up. You know you guys do show And then united one even told him today for i think for the third. What do you think about. We do a special like a extra large Half hour bras. Would you like an hour. And it'll be all thing about the third one right. Let's great Vegas shirt on. That's that's no no. We don't do video They couldn't handle this drip how sexy. I am to be a little bit careful with that. But now man i so i typically like to bring in some current events stuff with With kurt at the beginning of a show. Because it's it's funny..

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THE HALF HOUR BROS PODCAST

03:14 min | 10 months ago

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"I just scheduled them for that time and then i'll find somebody else to work the time that they will and i'm like i said dude he goes. Oh sometimes i'll have one person that works all day. Sometimes i'll have three people. They'll get over that day and he goes i. Just that's just the way it is now. That's of how i am. I get scheduled like that. Because when i first got to the store and was working i slowly realized that like i was that guy. I was the dude that they put on ships. Because i was like why don't work every sunday. Why don't work every thursday. Everybody put on their thing. They can't work sundays and thursdays cab. But it'd be cool. Because i was really good times off i'd have i'd get messed up during the holiday but then sometimes i'd be off like on the holiday when they get like uber jam. Because everyone's like oh. I can't work days before and i can't work two days after those but then i would have like that actual day when shit hit the fan completely off they did. It never bothered me. They're like oh man. I can't work on my birthday. i'm like why row. Where are you flying to the dominican republic here. I'm going to do shit. You're going to sit at home and drink a thirty pack of natty light and then just fucking pass out with your one gift that your friend got you like. I don't care if i work on my birthday christmas. You remember when. I got that job. Edward christmas thanksgiving you to work every holiday. Look what about the presence. They're still there. He doesn't come back down the fucking chimney and get him right at midnight of the next day. Then go you ungrateful piece of shit. You don't want these fucking presents. i'll take them back like back anyway. I appreciate you being on here. Though man i enjoyed it. I'll do it anytime you can get paid for very or i love to know we still. We still got grandpa george. That's about three shows. So i wanna see you back here next month and we're gonna we're gonna talk about your dad a little bit more one dive into that and see how that plays out and how it kind of shaped what we have right now in front of us you know. Let's let's dive into that next month. Yeah that's the half hour browse podcasts. I'm curt that's ed. There we go. That's a good one. i'm curt. That's avid maybe. You know maybe a couple months. Tom gets tired of this. He didn't wanna do it. I'm curt that's ed. There you go. I got the new. What do they call interim. You'll be the interim there you go it all right. Well that was it man. I'm not gonna plug anything. I forgot you know what. I forgot the pod. Go plug after go back now and add that in the pod go i have that is so funny five thing you can tell it to you but what are you. How far. How fast do you have to do that to get it in. Because i know you turn the speed up. No i didn't. I didn't turn the actual speed up by just Put it in a one tone up so it sounds a little faster. Oh recorded kind of darker. And then i put it one pitch up. I put the pitch up once so it kind of it made it sound a little faster but it's the same kind of voice. I'm telling you sorry didn't want to give behind sam's hey thanks for having me but glove you poos later.

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THE HALF HOUR BROS PODCAST

04:39 min | 10 months ago

"half hour" Discussed on THE HALF HOUR BROS PODCAST

"You wanna do every once in a while. I know you've got the run. You're like man we just pulled the ripcord me. Just start this now. This evening person. If any person was being honest with themselves no matter how happy. They are in their life which i love my life. You nervous. if you're listening it's fine. Everything's good everything's okay. Sorry man people. I don't know why people don't want to ever be honest with themselves. He had that fleeting moment. You're just like man. It'd be crazy if i wasn't married it after it would just be crazy like but really what it do. It probably would be. I'd probably be doing the same stuff. Doing i just would now kids whites. You know i. I gotta be honest bear. My life's not that crazy man. I don't have. We don't have kids but it's not like we're doing. We always hear like man. If we didn't have kids we can just drop everything and take a weekend trip to vermont. If we wanted to. you know what. Hey man we don't good. We don't take any weekend trips us. You could do it easier than i could. It doesn't mean you're going to do it. That's another thing it's still yet still. It's still it's great though. I love it man. Love it all just run around my house yelling and getting fucked up. And there's there's nobody expecting any sort of care except for cats dogs fucking you sound like you sound like you're the lead man and our rock bands from the eighties. Run around shut up and getting thoughts up. Every day knocked up. He goes he goes. Yeah man you ever have the time machine fantasy and he goes..

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Half Hour to Curtain

08:47 min | 2 years ago

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"We're going to be sitting in that location in one of the things that the script coles or do we need a bed. We need a door. We need nothing and my basic instinct is to not put anything more on stage than the things that the script absolutely calls for. I being a little disingenuous to say that but if the script calls for door I don't really WanNa do more than a door. If literature one other thing that helped establish that location it depends on the play for sitting in one location for forty five minutes. Then I'll probably do a little bit more but one thing I I just can't stand is watching scenery. Change in a scene. Change can very quickly feel like a very very long amount of time. And it's important that the transition's GonNa be interesting and beautiful and feel like they have sudden dramatic import otherwise they begin to get in your way and and tread on you and getting from from Point A. To Point to point see through a show is is one of the most important things that I think about i. I have described set designers as the transformation of space over time. And that is sort of how I think of it. It's a volume of space that needs to emphasize an actor or actors. Depending on what size of play it is and as that space transforms from scene that needs to either be fast or slow or the pace of has to relate to sort of the pace of the play in helps establish the pace of the play. And it's important in general that means that it needs to be able to move fairly quickly so you're not waiting for things but sometimes you can have a very long transition back the interesting as well if it's appropriate to the play in that moment of the storytelling well and we're way beyond the time in the old days where they closed the curtain and there'd be a scene out in front in one while they're doing a massive seen change behind that's those days are over so important. Yeah and I still do that sometimes. It's a great technique. When you get there were moments in Princeton Broadway. That were set that way where we would we would have seen the next thing set up behind it and you do kind of wonderful reveal. It's it is to this day quite effective but audiences sort of quite honestly idea that you can't just do a little down on the Apron telling a joke although some try thank you said that your work always lies in simplicity in the Anthony. Last question you talked about using space for multiple different things and that everything ultimately is about working in the same space. Is that what you mean by that? I'm trying to think what I mean by that. I you know what I think I mean by that is. I don't like a lot of clutter on stage. Host of the time were there were all. There is a lot of clutter. I wanted to all kind of Meld together into a single idea right I feel like a set design. Ought to be kind of a single idea not an accumulation of details and I don't like it when when a set is just an accumulation of details. It feels like it all should meld together and you should be able to summon up a sense with the visual idea is it shouldn't be this and this and this and this it should be boom when thing and often that means not a lot of stock or not even sure what. I mean by that could really I I I do some very involves that a lot of things in in producers who pay for them certainly wouldn't wouldn't you know let me get away with saying they're all simple working on a set right now at Lincoln Center with Lupine that is conceptually. Very simple idea. It's it's sort of around volume of space that morphs into a couple of different things in the course of the show. But it's a sixty foot diameter twenty five foot tall volume of space And so that you never even though it's a it's a very simple idea. It's a massive construction and as much as I keep talking about. Changes need to be fast because actually show where we've got scenery Vince. Moving forty five or fifty feet sometimes in the course of the transition and even moving really fast. That still takes awhile. And it's it's a show that we think will will work well that way. But it's it's it's a little counter to what. I preach ended in when Nina. That's part of the adventure of it is seeing if in fact it works. It is exciting as we hoped that it will be. Who'd you look up to as influences for your work be whether they be set designers? Visual Artists Authors. Whoever they are are there particular. People that that have influenced you say Joe Millionaire I. His his renderings are gorgeous and beautiful and I have a few of them on my walls. I can't paint like that and so I'm immensely jealous of anyone. Who can you know all that said? I don't know that I my my style has much to do with his style. I just I but I do find his rendering tend to be kind of simple innovative and in that sense. I I do try to work that way. I really think the biggest influences have been some of the really wonderful directors. I've gotten to work with. Howell was a huge influence on me. James Pints started as a graphic designer. And he's very visually oriented and the shows that I've done with him have always been some kind of visual idea. That's a little off base in something that most directors wouldn't allow me to do and East so interested in the visual that he'll he'll do something that may be hard to say jacked. One was a nightmare staged a very hard exercise for him do now. Though ultimately it it it helped. Tell the story the process of putting it all together. It was very difficult and so I I loved working with him in that way. I've done a lot with Susan. Stroman in the past ten years and nobody tells the story dance the way the way she can do that consequently every time we go into a project you know. I know that that is going to be front and center. Whatever the visual part of the story in need to allow dance to to play out in allow her the tools and the space that she needs to do that one really wonderful experience Adler summer. I did much ado about nothing in the park for Kenny. Leon and I've worked with Kennedy maybe ten fifteen years ago. We've known each other for a long time. But we hadn't worked together in a while and so we were doing this show and his idea from the beginning was that he wanted to be set essentially in Atlanta in Modern Day. Our first conversation he said well at the beginning of their coming back from the war and I said okay. They're coming back from Iraq or Afghanistan and he said the war that's going on in the US right now and it's not for second and I thought you know what I'm you know I think of myself as sort of a woke guy but I'm a you know a straight white guy living in America right and if you're a black man living in America today you're watching people shut down for no reason around. Yoda where she'd make a bit of a war and it opened my eyes to something that I it's not the information hadn't been there for me. I had never thought of it. That way and in the play wasn't something that he beat over the head and you know the the soldiers coming basically felt like they were coming from some kind of a black lives matter rally or a slightly stylized version of that in the end he very carefully was trying to sort of tell the story with when he kept saying. I don't WanNa hit it so hard that it turns people off right on. I'm trying trying to thread the needle and sort of make his point without increasingly about it and knowing that the bulk of his audience we're going to be middle class white people. It was truly a case of theater opening my eyes to something that that had been there for me to see but I have never seen before in that way and it. It was deeply moving to me. The whole production was sort of deeply moving to me. And we talk a lot about theater being something that opens people's eyes and teaches them in Blah Blah Blah and. I feel like most of the time it doesn't you know it's nice when it does and even just having like an emotional reaction to it is nice. So much theater doesn't actually even elicit emotional reaction but for me to get to work on a show that actually changed me in a way. That way was was sort of extraordinary and meant a lot to me. You know I don't know if I could take. Never show is urged to emotional to for that kind of awakening but it. It's I think the red it's best. allows us to see the world through somebody's on somebody else's eyes and that's part of why just keep doing it as every show not always dramatically is that and not necessarily with political. Gatien's but every show can can allow you to see the world through some new set of eyes and that at its best. I think is what we're trying to do. Well I think that's a great note to wrap up on. Thank you for your wonderful designs. Keep them coming. Where is the Richard the second going to be reduced? I don't think I'm allowed to say at because it's not been announced. Get in trouble announced and you'll figure it out. I'm not sure that that's true. But I don't Wanna get point and say the Tri State area possibly yes. The Trident is the hemisphere. They wore it. Thank you so much for joining us today. And thanks for your time. It's a pleasure and honor and really great to talk to you too. Excellent thanks so.

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Half Hour to Curtain

15:43 min | 2 years ago

"half hour" Discussed on Half Hour to Curtain

"Welcome to half hour to curtain in monthly podcast with theater artists of note. That's Dan Fishbach over there. And that's Mark Kaufman over there and we're here in Los Angeles California to bring you an interview with one of today's Theater luminaries and it's interesting because So far we've been talking to actors. Mostly we had dominic Morrisseau a writer. And there's a lot of creativity that's happening in theater and a lot of it is coming from a few directors who have in the last years claimed a steak towards developing theater in a new way. And I think that's essentially when our interview is going to be about today. Dan Tell us about her. Our guest today is Rachel Chapin with undergraduate and graduate degrees from nyu's Tisch School and Columbia University respectively. Rachel is the founding artistic director of the team. A cooperative company based in Brooklyn. The team's mission is to develop and produce plays that speak to the experience of living in America. Today the dozen productions they've developed have played around the world since the company's inception in two thousand four notably as a freelance director. Rachel shepherded both Natasha. Pierre and the Great Comet of eighteen twelve and Haiti's town to a process that ultimately brought them to Broadway the winner of a variety of awards including the OB and drama desk and the two thousand nine hundred nine Tony Award for best director of a musical for Haiti's town. We're very pleased to welcome Rachel. Trafton and so much really happy to be with you. Also well I'd like to start talking a little bit about the team. This is a company that was founded by you and a small group of alumni from nyu that. How did this come about how idea develop? Yeah I mean it's it's certainly were now fifteen years in so it has evolved a great deal including even how we think about membership as a company at this point which is for a whole host of both aesthetic in personal and political reasons. But the original impetus was. We were all a couple years out of school. I had begun making my own work while still in college. My first piece that I made when I was a junior was a deconstruction reconstruction of Allen. Ginsberg's poem howl that interwoven. That home with Norman Mailer the White Negro and writing about Bebop Jazz and particularly what these way. Riders were finish izing emulating appropriating from black musicians in their work and it was a very movement and peace and it left me incredibly hungry to keep making my own work so I. I kept doing that out of school in that became sort of officially the team in two thousand four when a group of us who all I think. We're seeking something more than just sort of the grinder machines sort of quote unquote career And the kind of material that you do and do not have access to when you're fairly powerless in your early career on these were actors who were so wildly smart and had so much to bring besides just their young technique as actors and so we began making work in that very quickly evolved into a group writing process. That is Kinda still how we make our work. Today it's assignment driven and ultimately consensus driven with me. Sort putting the initial prompts to the company but those prompts are based on conversations that we've been having formerly and informally and then everyone tearing those prompts apart and being driven by their own agendas kind of circling some central ideas. Is there a thematic unity? I know you're talking about or from what I've read reflecting what it is to live in America today. Is that the overriding principle. Is that the mission that you ruin. The mission of the company is to make new work about the experience of living in America today and definitely what that became which was not the intention but there is a certain moment where we looks back as we were like middle of our seventh work or something and it was like. Oh my gosh. Every single one of our shows has had characters and or storylines from American history bumping up against American mythology and very often being about the painful gap between the two. You know if we think about mythology as the stories we tell ourselves about ourselves that they're often I think particularly with America because we're pretty darn good storytellers. There is like a horrendous chasm sometimes which made the myth in the reality and so our work has had made Roosevelt vs that had two women playing Elvis Presley and Theodore Roosevelt arguing about masculinity and meet and guns and many other things. Listen we made a show where Robert F Kennedy was resurrected from the soil and we made a show based around gone with the wind in which Margaret Mitchell was a character who is essentially atoning for the sin of writing on with a win so these characters always pop up in the war. It sounds like structurally your company works a little bit. Like and Bogarde and city company work it just in terms of sort the ensemble structure of it not the corporate top down structure of the way. A lot of work is created. I know you studied with an at Columbia. And you've talked a little bit in interviews about her influence on you. But how much has she influenced you as a creator as much as a as a director he. Yeah that's a that's a good question. I mean an was extremely important for my early development as an artist I first encountered the viewpoints when I was nineteen in Summer Training Program. Not with anyone from the city company with someone who trained with the City Company and was Essentially teaching their teachings. I fell immediately in madly in love with the viewpoints and that actually began a whole long period of falling in love with a series of of approaches to post modern dance. It Robs Asian as a forum for improvisation and actually some of that was very related to the work that an was doing some of it was actually quite apt to medical to the words. Amnesty doing from sort of a conceptual perspective particularly very nerdy. But like thinking about soft focus versus hard focus and the difference between those two being hyper informative about the performers presence in space but yeah I remember seeing Bob Rauschenberg America like five times but there were also I would say I was asked her more influenced by the wooster group and king their work by seeing some of what I would call the worcester groups air so the work that was happening at the collapsible hole with radio hole and collapsible rafts and banana bag and bodice which was a kind of peer. Just slightly ahead company Huge amounts of ensemble driven were in as well as European ensembles. Like I remember seeing need companies Isabella's for him at Bam which was the first sort of non traditional musical I ever saw in that. It was storytelling with saturated with song. But by no means was any kind of commercial definition musical and I went back to see. Isabella's Bam. I think every night that it was there or why it still remains for me. Probably the most my favorite live work. That it was stunning. I remember seeing that as well and just being absolutely stunned by going back even a little bit earlier. Did you want to be a director? How did you discover your foundation and yeah well no I mean no answer so and actually this is hard why viewpoints kind of went off like bombing me as well as postmodern dance. I actually grew up playing sports. I played soccer from the time I was four to be clear I was never like particularly good. It's not like I was on a club team. I did make far city in my freshman year so I was like I was fearless in the sense says I played stopper and my job was to basically shut down the other teams best player always so I didn't have a whole on skill but I was like Mary ready to chase and it's needs shove a girl and I loved the group Aspect of Sports. I loved the community. I'm an only child and I'm sure like it. Filled some gap admit. I did go to summer. Camp called stagedoor manor that I am very ambivalent about because it was so cliquey and status driven but at the same time I definitely would not be in theater if it wasn't for my time at stage door and it was really right before applying to college. I had always. I should say in terms of being director. I had always been Boston. And in fact that was always my critique of other girls was it it's they asked why I cur she's very Brosse but yeah. I decided sort of very suddenly that I wanted to do theater and I WANNA go to school at a place that had directing as well as acting and I went and listened to the pitch for planets residency to school at Tisch and in five minutes. I was like that's where I WANNA go. That's it and sew viewpoints kind of actually I think resonated so deeply because it I always experienced it as the physical manifestation of what the Meisner technique teaches which is listening and kinesthetic response and deep internal reaction. That it's it's hard to act. It's much easier to react. And if you're listening hard enough there's no there's never a lack of things to be reacting to and so there something athletic about it in a way that just clicked with me. It seems well I guess it feels like the team is an obvious extension from your sense of working with the team. Both in sports and wanting to of course theater is a collaborative art form in any case. But it feels like you. Your your first foot forward is right with collaboration of hearing other people have to say and getting as much from them as the ideas that you throw out to the direction you want to production go. Yes yes it's really. I mean it was embarrassed a late to the team and my twenties that I was like all right. I like sports. I'm and I made that connection of community and and those values but but yeah I mean fundamentally what I realized in college. I think I had a teacher. I must have had a teacher who said something to the effect of you. Evolve the process if you're GONNA be if if you're going to thrive as a as a director maker you of all the process that is reflective of how you want to work and how you are best at working and though I didn't realize at the time that I was doing it I had a feeling that I I panicked if I was the sole ideas person. I wasn't in on tour in that sense but what I am excellent at what I would say. My my strong suit is as a director is taking someone's idea and making it better is. I'm an excellent editor. Draw matured and dromedary. Yes these are. These are my. This is my happy place. And so that's essentially what I the process that I set up with the team. Which was everyone would be a writer in the room and in the early phases. I would say I was the editor of the work though. I did not write any more than anyone else like. I had no more authority claim in that sense but now actually the team edits everything together. Definitively the team has gotten far more democratic over the years we've gone on. I used to think when I was much younger in just beginning to contemplate a freelance career. Which of course now is the majority of my life when I was younger I used to sing while the team is where all make my work quote unquote my work. And then the freelance work is where all you know. Make a living earn or get to work on other things that I'm excited by and actually now I would say. I'm so empowered my freelance career. It's really where I do the work that is most central to my heart in the sense of. I don't fuck and a half to build consensus. I am the director. You're in charge could kick a girl from shelhah grown. Go Right. Yeah you know. It's very tiring built consensus but what the team has clarified into common. My brain is the place where I get to try to live my values as thoroughly as possible. And you know it's small enough and it's tight enough domain that me and the producing director. Ali launches brilliant can try to set values that are truly inclusive that are like be red for reconstruction our latest show. We spent the last three hours of our first workshop together with like twenty four artists. All of them were getting salaried. Welts be in the room. We spent the last three hours reading together. Paragraph-by-paragraph our collaboration agreement so that everyone would understand and be able to hold Latte question. It's CETERA. The document that would ultimately govern the work being created and that Phelps essential to have everyone feel ownership over that document so that there wasn't like some distant institution called the team governing the work. It feels like a little like King Arthur and the knights of the Round Table. Everyone has an equal place at the table. There's a leader but everyone's input is important. Yeah.

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Half Hour to Curtain

13:32 min | 2 years ago

"half hour" Discussed on Half Hour to Curtain

"You now now a playwright whose work I've read many times and when after doing a study of her work I thought. Oh this is cool to read an artist's work backs back like this. You know you like a sense of someone's body of work and not just one thing it just it was a luminary to me about that writer but also about like what. A Voice of an artist artist is something I wanted to do it again and let me do it with August. Wilson's work and I got to about seven or eight before I got distracted of ten but I realized realized when reading August work wow like just the way that he captured the pathology of speech of the people of Pittsburgh the way that he was sort of immortalizing in his stories. Best what I wanted to Detroit. Well I don't know of too many other Detroit centered playwrights who are out there making taking those voices heard so you seem to be the one. I'm never won by myself out there. A few others other writers from Detroit. Ron Ron Milner is a is one of the most known playwrights from Detroit before I came along and contemporary his name is Idriss Goodwin. He's a Detroit writer rider. Who's telling stories not necessarily centered about Detroit? But I always liked to illuminate Detroit. Stories are GONNA make their way even if they're Chicago. You know the Detroit writer writing. There's Detroit in and I promised that and each one of those writers so I just want to use a moment to just kinda give him some spotlight very nice. We also want to address the idea of music in your plays which route looms rather large. Certainly in the first place you'll have a central character character who's a horn player who's looking for sublime tuned. To sort of get rid of the demons in each of the players will change over from a record player to a tape assist in the second around the play and in the last different kinds of music you have surreal. Machinery sounds that kind of create a music. There's a boom box that shows up at one character who likes simply the music of hearing a microwave oven and refrigerator In the break room different music for different people. How did music becomes important to you in? I grew up dancing. My aunt has a dance company or ran one in Detroit for many years for name is Carol Marito. She's a visual artist but she also was a had a dance company so in her company. I grew up listening to classical ethical music to jazz to rb to hip hop just a plethora of different sounds. And I think it's she gave me my like eclectic ear ear for music. I'm also married to musician. My husband Jimmy keys goes by the name J keys as a hip hop artist. He's a lover of music not just hip hop music. He produces music for other people and You know so my whole marriage is based on music is just part of WHO I am and I. I think that that I hear it my work I hear musicality even when there is no music at my work I still hear music. When I'm writing or find a soundtrack the right to some people I know can't right when there's music on but almost can't write? It does not musical like I can but I just prefer music. Yeah yeah definitely. And I guess that leads US naturally to ain't too proud musical about the temptations for which he wrote the book and perhaps a wonderful wonderful coincidence that the song ain't too proud to beg is the first thing you hear in the play Detroit sixty seven vinyl enough my producers Michael Go Friedman the lake. Ray Michael Friedman. WHO's a wonderful composer when he was in conversation with the producers of ain't too proud they were looking for riders tale this story about the temptations and he told them you know you if you do it a story about Detroit? You've gotta get w resale and so they read my work am I am by his. You know advice. And they always say when they opened up Detroit. Six or seven Inci eighty-five Bay by the temptations and it. It's like fake right there. That's the wall. The girls so really happy. I wrote that actually. How is that transition from writing? Play to writing a musical. Libretto wasn't as daunting as I thought it would be because I always wanted to write a musical I just didn't I know the rules but when I was working with desma canal you know and he and I were talking through the things that we wanted our when we will go through the songs on the temptations. I just could hear how they would work. I grew up. I mean I wasn't complete when I say didn't work. I didn't know the rules at another time as a writer. You know I had been a musicals in high is look up in musicals and seeing musicals but I just didn't know how it would have to change my head space as an artist and it did dramatically change it but I will say that one thing I do realize because I'm a very dense writer and with musicals you know the lyrics have to the dense thing that has to be your monologue you know the and so just finding a way to be a co writer with the music. That was my journey and lesson in writing musical but it felt natural like a naturally felt like oh I need to pull back the language here because when they see you know I wish it would rain. I really don't need to say much you know I don't WanNa take away with the song. The the song or the most analogy Basang is going to carry. I don't WanNa Over the sale this. Or let's just be really scarce here and that's what that's my biggest lesson in writing a musical was Oh have to find a way to be more scarce writer. Well I think with a musical book. Brevity is the soul of getting to the next song. How do we get there and saw the show out here in Los Angeles on its way to New York quite a dazzling peace and with upwards of thirty pretty songs or something like that? It's of music. Did you choose those songs. Or were they chosen for you or you collaborate with someone on and how you're going to structure it be had a list of approved songs from their catalog and through that list. desma kind of myself just went through it. Listen to the Music Jake. I talked about why I felt like there was some songs. Adair's didn't want that. I thought well now we have to discipline. I think this is a good one for story but most ah we were on the same page with you. Know obviously their heads. I mean you're not GonNa do it if you can't do my girl so forget about it. The bag we'll get chilled made the people in the audience for that Song. Never shows in trouble. I don't make critically killed although that too. I just need like murdered. The only in the parking lot afterwards absolutely are the subway or whatever ever you got and so just doing those things were natural but I think it was figuring out some of the more obscure songs that was more fun challenge for me or figuring out a new way to use their songs. You know as well. This is about all these songs that about a man and a woman or limiting way. Listen to their music. Their music is so global that service to people that are hearing their music represents kind of identities and point of views so less try to access those different points in the music to those different people and and so a song that is about a man and woman changes to being about an oath of men singing to each other about their own brotherhood and friendship or two men in singing to their nation about how they feel about their placement or displacement their own nation. You know so these songs they take on new meaning for me and that was a a blast to do that with their songs that I'm familiar with so the show opens. It does incredibly well and you get the call that you are nominated for a Tony Award for best librettist and had talked about that experience. What was that whole process? Like what did you feel well funny story. So I'm a little different when it comes to awards and things like that not that. I don't appreciate all of the words that I've both received amber. NBA nominated for. I find that they have some value in helping. They've definitely been significant. And I think moving my career forward at the same time. I'm mm sort of known and at because facebook post and the like I'm known for not putting all of my value and time into awards and encouraging others not to do the same with has turned into going. Now you hate a war is like Whoa Roll Roll. So what ended ended up happening was I wasn't I was trying to not to really unplug around that Tony Announcement and what happened was a friend of mine caused me the day before before the actual Tony Awards. Nominations came out so was she had read. He caused me and tells me you know we didn't really get at that. Many nominations free as like. Oh man and when she told me about who did not get on my team. I got very upset not for myself but frankly for or like Derek basket and this thing she had read dare again having a war out a Jeremy had a nomination. He's like people that has like this is ridiculous. You know I just felt like okay and I had to work through how I felt about bad I was more upset honestly for actors. I thought for myself because I sort of don't don't that didn't expect anything really. I didn't feel like I. I had no expectation and so good finally when she and I realized later on that day after I came down from an accepted zapped whatever three we got three. Nominations knows what happened. But you know it is what it is and later on. We realized that she had been reading some kind of prediction. You know the data now. It was like Tony Tony prediction and in some trade paper and I had. It's a car back like you realize that this was a real holding tomorrow so by the next day. But it's extra mom the nation's get my blood. I'm not doing this again. I made the gotTa be way worse or you know much better so forget did it. You know it's so when my assistant time I meant she was at home with me. I woke up and I was more worried about everybody else and I was more worried about like you know else things around the house and she just kept looking at me like are you going to as and as you know I was like well I guess you WanNa tell me so. Just tell me you know doc. She tells me that we got twelve. And that I've been nominated and she last because I go. What about Derek? This is GonNa gift me off again if somehow at the relay of Derek Nagging nominated so I was really excited to. We got all the team. That lease-back lease-back acknowledgement. I mean it didn't pan out that way the awards but to get their acknowledgment. The work that they did was worth their nomination. I I was very happy about I meant. I think that's probably a very healthy way of looking at it that they're sort of you know commercially obviously helpful. But you don't attach any sort of personal worth in terms of your success in uh-huh and talent to them. I think that's probably healthy for aspiring writers to here to you know that the awards are just icing. It's not so much to get a pat on the back but you don't rely on that for what your workers or you're just go insane. I mean yeah. I'm not a hero but it's what I work on for myself and it doesn't give everybody the answer. They weren't all the time like had even about Tony. I'm right now my Spain have on your your list but I just can't saying that you you live and die by right. Do you feel circling back to sort of Detroit. Do you feel like Detroit is always going to have is going to be a part of the stories you right you know what. Yes even if they're not about Detroit and this is my play. Pipeline for instance is not about Detroit. Let me it's not really. It doesn't name a city like speaks to like public education system across this country. But when I'm in Cleveland I say wherever is being done it is that city story this is about education in Cleveland was originally written for Steppenwolf Solos about or Chicago but some of the incidents in in the play are inspired by things that happen in Detroit so I think Detroit will always be just because as part of my DNA Kinda always show up in other stories. Just it's like I think at this point Brooklyn and New York show up and stories for me. That aren't necessarily about New York because I lived there for sixteen seventeen years of my life life. That's as long as I actually lived in Detroit. You know so before I went to college so both of those cities now are imbedded in my soul somewhere and I S it's haram. Yeah and we're both out here in Los Angeles been kind of nosing around to see if there'd be any productions of your plays around and I haven't found anything recently is there in the theater. Did Sunset Baby that Jeff Hayden directed a couple of years back in the late great which was fantastic. Mastic awesome we..

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