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"henry rollins" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

02:27 min | 10 months ago

"henry rollins" Discussed on Broken Record

"Thanks henry rollins for taking the time to chat with you can hear favorite black flag and rollins span songs by heading into broken record. Podcast com subscribe to youtube channel youtube dot com slash broken record. Podcast we're gonna find all our new episodes. You can follow us on twitter at broken record. Broken record is produced with helpfully. Rose jason gambrill martinez and sandler and jennifer sanchez with engineering help. From nick chief executive producer is meal. Lebel broken record is production of pushkin industries. She loved.

"henry rollins" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

05:45 min | 10 months ago

"henry rollins" Discussed on Broken Record

"We're back with the rest of rick's conversation with henry rollins. What was the first speaking engagement. You did Nineteen eighty three. The harvey coober neck. A great local taste maker producer in this in this town. He's do these shows where you get twenty people. Everyone gets five minutes and decals ski would read from his little notebook of doom and talk about the apocalypse or whatever i would go with chuck john doe would go up and sing a song. Jeffrey pierce the gun club would read from five minutes of his tour journal. It was like really fun. They have real poets performance artists. Movie stars would talk to which chuck go into the. We lived in the beach. We go to the big. I go the big city. Look at pretty women you know. Be in hollywood with real people and so one night. Harvey came up to me at the loss of club. I think he said we're doing a show next week. Chuck's on the bill. Why don't you get on the bill. Like what am i gonna do. You got a big mouth. You never shot up five minutes like ten bucks. I think it was like all i saw was the money. I was like ten dollars. How many omelettes can i get for ten. That's a lot of Weevils for chiro songs. Like i'm just hungry all the time and so you know sheer chutzpah. I went on stage the next week with of some writing folded in my ass pocket. Read the two things told a story about what had happened the day before at band practice when a neo nazi tried to run over greg with his car has craig was on his way to the little store to get thing of orange juice. Which is tuesday for black flag. The audience their jaws are on the ground. Oh i got my seven minutes or whatever are up and huge applause. And i remember two things distinctly one. I don't need a band in that. I have no stagefright. Give me another half an hour. I got this. I love being alone with a microphone. I could be george carlin. I was raised on all those records. I'm not comparing myself him saying this. I can get by without a band and people coming up to me after going. When's your next show. As leaving on tour they go. No no not the band when you just talk i went. Never i got my ten dollar bill. Harvey came up to me and he said okay..

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"henry rollins" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

05:53 min | 10 months ago

"henry rollins" Discussed on Broken Record

"I didn't know. And i i get on. The train numb like speechless. Kind of holding this folder. Like it's not even mine. I go to work and ian mckay calls because it's internet so where have you been. We talk every day. He said i said okay. I left town not yesterday day before. I didn't have time to tell you anything. So here's what just happened. And i don't ask advice of people. I just go make a mistake. Can you know limp away. But i asked ian i guess so. What do you think he said. Are you kidding. This is going to be great and so it took me a few days to pack. Give things away including that car. Quit my job and my boss said we'll give you four dollars an hour like an incentive. I said i love my job steve. We're still friends to this day. I said i like my job. He helped me get my first apartment. He gave me. He got me credit. He called the landlords. I got this if he screws up. I got. That's how i got my first apartment. So he means a lot to be trusted me with his money. He iran store his his haagen-dazs. And so i said. I got to go. He's no this. You gotta do this. This is a shot. And you're not going to get this again. So if it's craps out on you have you can have your old job back. I said man. I might be back and a few days later. My old band played with black flag in philadelphia and i sang the encore with black flag. And that was the handling of the baton where chuck with up to the mike is it. And here's the new singer of black flag. I went out onstage in saint louis louis and like one or two others and everyone kind of whatever and the owner of that club. A few years ago sent me the set list. Wow he said. Here's the set list where you transitioned into black flag. And i went back to dc. Because i have to clean up a few things in a couple of days later on a greyhound bus overnight to detroit. I still have the bus ticket. I take a taxi to clutch cargo that the now famous punk rock venue. I beat the band. They're driving from some other city and come in with duffel bag and i walk into the lady behind the bar. She's gonna help you said you know. Born pleasant yes ma'am and i've never. I had never said this declared of sentenced to anyone in my life except this lady behind the bar two in the afternoon. She's can i help you. I said i. I listen and black flag not i thought she was going to go get out of here. She went old. You like a coke on yes please. What was the relationship from the beginning between greg and chuck how. How did that work. Founding members and left side right side brain decals ski heart on sleeve tears up during songs. He's really like just ripped open. Greg is the more hyper analytical. Both smart different. But they're utilizing different parts of the brain and you can see it in the lyrics. Chuck is writing. My war. other stuff was just ripped open emotionally. Greg is coming for the more introspective. Both of them are super effective crate songwriters. But we're one is writing on your rise above greg american waist which is like. Let's burn america to the ground before they kill us. All chuck would but when you have both sides of the brain left side right side on one record you have. This fully realized introspective person. Who's mad and so that's why like those early records really work..

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"henry rollins" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

04:49 min | 10 months ago

"henry rollins" Discussed on Broken Record

"And greg and chuck looking at the center of the stage at me. But that's keeping us awake. And i gave the mike back. I got into my wounded. Nineteen sixty eight. Vw fastback with the dent in the hood from where the mace cannister bounced off it. When my mom was locked in a traffic jam riot in the sixties. I drive the wounded car to my work shower in the work sink. Pull on a new shirt. And i'm scooping ice cream thinking i was in black flag for ninety seconds. I've been you know. I'm i'm twenty. My life is one humiliation after another minimum wage. Jobs are going to be my my life. This is i got no plan but man that was right i was. I was in the right place and i ban practice. I go back to go back to work and the phone rings. it's someone black. Flag is found. My found the work number. Hey henry we're auditioning singers Does wants to move the rhythm guitar pretty crazy last night. You wanna come up here to new york and audition will pay your trade fair. What do i have to lose. I'm twenty. I'm going nowhere. Three seventy five an hour. I have nothing to lose. I'm not a tough guy. I don't have a lot of guts and courage. But i said this is it. This is a shot is. This is never happening to me again. No way should be happening now. So i'll be there tomorrow. Give me an address. Met them at odessa polish diners. Great lot of food for cheap. That's why they liked it. I ate. there's so many times in black flag since anyway it's just so what are we doing. I've still not closer. We're going to go to a practice place. You're going to sing two sets. I said i don't know any of the words. They hardly have any records out. Is it sucks to be you what was out at that point. Be yellow jealous again. The yellow twelve six pack was the ep. They were touring on. And then there was the The damage sing the damage. One in louisville on posh boy single and nervous breakdown ep. So not much not much not much at all not td party and all the big in your world. What was black flagged tea with that time. We're thing i to me. It was the ultimate band and they asked me like. What's your favorite song of ours. I said damaged the slow in with the wrong chord. The dune and i was like that's the song they went you like that. You let the slow..

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"henry rollins" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

05:49 min | 10 months ago

"henry rollins" Discussed on Broken Record

"Intense about the things he loves palm. he's on a mission from guy and he's been that way. Since his days as black flags frontman their music was pure aggression at shows. There was no delineating between the band. The audience was all just one big marshmallow with rollins physically fighting off the crowd and dodging beer bottles hurled that his head real punk rock above above for nearly twenty five years. henry rollins toward the world relentlessly. I the black flag then rollins band and most recently a spoken word.

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"henry rollins" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

08:37 min | 1 year ago

"henry rollins" Discussed on KCRW

"Go any further fanatic, please, Please, please go to my website Henry Rollins dot com and check out the notes for this year's show. Radio broadcast number 612 for December 1920 20. You'll see all the bands were playing. The tracks are playing for you the records they come from in any other information we can include. And now from beautiful, sunny Australia. This is the band eggy from their album, Bravo, a track called 25. That's a good student. Mentioned yourselves. You're Oh, shit. Thank you. Hello. Somehow. Okay? The same. Section. In your Spies. Okay? Fanatic. I would like to thank fanatic Tim for turning me on to the optic Sink LP. Their self titled Record on Gonna Records is fantastic. You were to track from it just then called Set roulette. Before the sink. You heard.

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Victoria Montgomery Brown - co-founder of Big Think

Recession-Proof Startups (manual)

02:40 min | 1 year ago

Victoria Montgomery Brown - co-founder of Big Think

"Hey, they're Freedom Fighters. My name is Andrew and I'm the founder of mixergy where I interview entrepreneurs about how they built their businesses and joining me is someone whose company I've watched for years. It's called Big think and I remember when I realized how incredible their original videos were one of my guests. Jason freed found her base camp deduction with them and it wasn't just proud to show his video. And again, this is a site that was Victoria who are some of the big guests that you had on in the early days who were were speaking on camera unbelievable in the very early days. We had Elon Musk Richard Branson Larry Summers who was a former treasury secretary dozens of others. Really Moby's interesting laying off one of her first guess Henry Rollins. Henry Rollins, yes your name and people that I've even forgotten have been talking about musicians business people people who lead countries they were on the platform and such a strong read. Jason freed was proud to be associated with them. But he was also proud of the look of the video. One of the things that Victoria did was she created this beautiful white background beautiful white everything everything was almost disappearing except for the big thinker who was on camera isolated with nothing but their their thoughts and so Jason was so proud of how he looked to who he was with he shared it. He also was proud of the process that they took to record. It was just this incredible process and I realized something what they brought to online video wage. The time was full of Just Junk. It was people who were posting these 30 second clips of a boy whose finger was bitten by his brother was cute and viral, but it was meaningless. She was bring gravitas. She was bringing Big Ideas. She was bringing big personalities who would who would want to be in books not on on online video and she was turning it into a business and over the years. I kept an eye on the business and there are a couple of things that have been wondering about how they grew as a Content business how they raise money and so on and so when I heard that Victoria Montgomery brown, one of the co-founders of big think wrote a book I read it and I thought I was going to read all the ins and outs of the business Victoria what you did with your book digital goddess, the unfiltered lessons of a female entrepreneur was dead. You talked about everything that I can't get entrepreneurs too easily talk about on mixergy nervous breakdowns relationship problems eggs who talks about that dude who showed up in a bathrobe anyway, so I really like the book. I read cover-to-cover.

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"henry rollins" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

07:17 min | 2 years ago

"henry rollins" Discussed on KCRW

"Fanatik. Tis I, Henry Rollins, Your.

"henry rollins" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"henry rollins" Discussed on KCRW

"Fanatic Henry Rollins here that was the sunny boys attract. We have played on the show many, many times from the record Sunny boys that was the Sonny boy is doing happy man. And before that, from the cool green house from their new LP, the cool Green house, you had a track called prospects before the cool green house, crooked bangs from crooked bangs to attract called We are gold. We started with Johnny's Standish was recording under the name of John in from the supernatural 12 inch. Your truck called You can leave the Vampires. We're going to spin that hard drive and come back with a brand new. I mean, brand new music from gorilla toss, so please stay tuned. I'm Warren on Leon to the point. Covad, 19 spells trouble ahead for Republicans. The Corona virus outbreak is now literally burning through the sun ball. Will they start wearing masks in Florida, Arizona and Texas and voting for Democrats on are to the point broadcast. Phonetic as you might be. I'm on a few mailing lists from labels and bands wouldn't get their heads up and try and get in there and get a record before Cool. Kids get him before I do. And so I'm on the gorilla Toss mailing list. I don't know how you do it. I guess you go to their band campsite. You sign up for it? I don't know, but I've been on it for years. Anyway, I got the heads up. The gorilla toss has a new seven inch out and so I went to the bank campsite. And I bought the tracks so we could play them on the show. And so right now, Brand new gorilla toss This track is called human Girl..

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"henry rollins" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

14:24 min | 2 years ago

"henry rollins" Discussed on KCRW

"Name is Henry Rollins I am your voice of choice right here eighty nine point nine F. M. K. C. R. W. as always I am joined by my brother and son of jihad engineer X. and a junior and rock we are the mighty three and every Sunday two hours at a time we bring you nothing but the very best spring is upon us fanatic I don't care what the calendar says it's spring to media we're gonna have a really great two hours together so get ready get set brand new music from the band Colby handle Lou northern California I believe that's where she hails from from the new album mother by cold beat A. K. A. hello Lou this track is the title track mother well the magic that was the two great minds of Brian Chippendale anti Segal once again the name of the band is wasted shirt the new album fungus to on famous class records it is out it is great check it out as soon as you can you just heard from wasted sure which would be Mister Chippendale Mister Siegel was a track called the purple one before wasted shirt was cold pizza truck called mother from the new album by cold but my personal favorite of the records the track was called mother from the album called mother right now from another new record is really really good this will push rents a track called boom from the E. P. don't bleed I moved to I want to move do you still that I really sculpted can and she and and in this day how long is this is taken care to hear from her it's it can be well I it's it's it can well we he is the she she they said watching from which strong.

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"henry rollins" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

07:19 min | 2 years ago

"henry rollins" Discussed on KCRW

"Fanatic welcome my name is Henry Rollins later voices choice right here eighty nine point nine FM KCRW I am joined by my brother and son a jihad engineer acts and engineer Amarok phonetically or the money three and every Sunday two hours at a time we bring you nothing but the very best fanatic I'm so glad you are listening to this show welcome welcome welcome we're going to start to show with an album we've been playing tracks from solidly for at least the last four weeks why am because we love this record the arches is Edith crash the new album well knew it came out last year is called frenzy and from that album right now here's ms crash a track called hope the and and and you want so radio radio when Isaac the.

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"henry rollins" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"henry rollins" Discussed on KCRW

"Phonetic Henry Rollins here. And I'm I'm sorry to be the bearer of bad news of all this all these passes. Skip Groff one of the. One of the main people in my life as far as learning about records, and and how the music industry works. I learned so much from skip. I've been I I was going into skips records for yesterday. And today since I was in high school, and he lost the store years ago. He gave it up and just went online. I've been buying records from skip on discards four years. It's almost unbelievable to me that he's gone a skip passed away. Feb nineteen twenty nineteen at age seventy. He heard a little bit of a skips production chops over the teen. Idols get up and go for the minor disturbance EP. Trump's jet lag drag from thirty overs DC and the penetrators the break from thirty seconds over DC fanatic, or it has been the hard-driving come back with more music. So please, stay tuned. Support comes from mocha presenting Zoe Leonard survey, Leonard is produced work in photography and sculpture that has been. Celebrated for its observations of daily life, coupled with a rigorous questioning attention to the politics and conditions of image making and display the exhibition highlights her engagement with a range of themes, including gender and sexuality loss. Morning migration, displacement and the urban landscape closing soon. More at Moca dot org..

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"henry rollins" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"henry rollins" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

"But not the not asking them to like, go to farmers markets are super precious about it's like if you can get it at the rouse or the dollar about your diet. I probably don't eat enough vegetables. I like them, but I tried to get more in. But I'm just lazy and that your target market. Our whole thing just eat more fucking vegetables. I live alone. I am hyper utilitarian, I want food this fast. Then I go to trader Joe's, I'll stump for them since I was like twenty I've been going there, and I'm twenty eight now, and I buy a lot of frozen food because I can throw it into the microwave us ready minutes into my mouth and go back to work. And so as a cook, I'm like Indo because I'm not doing thirty minutes to make a meal. I feel nervous going into restaurants. I like to bring the laptop with me, but it's rude on a date. And so I probably your target audience because I don't cook. I scrambled eggs on the stove. That's all I do with my stove. So stove argue. I don't use it. I I'll bet you have a nice though, I do. I have no one. I have I have a half of a stove. It's literally it's the magic chef. So it's one of the it doesn't even have like the five burners or whatever like, they're it's so small that you can't cook. I kinda burners that are side by the PSA big one that came from in some box from Italy Viking nine people. And you're just Yambol eggs is fucking. Resale when you finally wanna ditch the house. So they said that make your kitchen really nice. We recommend this phone sale. Among okay, it's an investment looking for an unused kitchen..

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"henry rollins" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

04:03 min | 3 years ago

"henry rollins" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

"His we we can go to snarky which is this restaurant. He just made up. Yeah. Yet, they make their own cheese. And you're like, oh, no. Because you're trying not to laugh. He's like, yeah. They make throw cheese in the back as the there. It's really good. He goes. Yeah. And we're just holding it in and finally Carrie who's directing go and cut and everyone would just fall over like a weasing bag, and he most fun when you get to just like have this. But he did that all day when he stole like kinda stole every scene at Fred's. Really good friends. Really good. But it was it was branded every seen on like, dude. You should do this more often because you're not even trying and he just was killing it. You gotta you gotta like meet the anti-gatt. You know, kind of like you talk about it a little bit in your special on beating the audience into submission. Oh the election, right? Right. I've done thousands literally thousands and thousands of shows in my life, thousands of them. And one of the strangest shows I've ever done in my life was in Washington DC on the night of the last presidential election. I'm several months into the tour of a well oiled machine got my stories. I'm just fourth gear fit wgiram happening looking at my wonderful hometown audience. Who's looking at me like they just found out their house got broken into or pipe burst inside the wall. And then back at their crutch crotch look at fear crotch, look a fear. I'm like, and that's funny. You're not laughing. And you're an as the show goes on people showing to list to the side like they're taking on water or losing air and bombing in real time in your hometown. I I still have another hour of stuff shit. And I'm like, wow. Do I just say thanks good night and run because there are looking at me like people are almost in tears on my do I really because last night. Oh, Ma they seem kind of into it. Yeah. This was just like I've gotten rid of all the wasteful parts is like lilies, it's enter the dragon. I it's like a like eighty shows in on really and your bombing. And I'm bombing like you can ear hair growing. And so the show finally screams in agony dies on the side of the road. Like, okay. We'll thanks. Good night. Wow. So I walk off stage with a lump in my throat. Yes. See a friend of mine, and I said to her I said, what did I just do? She is it's not you. And we were standing backstage, she'll look at your laptop. And I was like everyone was watching the new president as become naked in real time. While I was on stage for watching state after state fold. So that they're the see you, and they you know, they've paid for the babysitter and everything and they're trying their thing. The dinner, but your there's nobody no-show no material that could no rats. No from that. No. Yeah. They're watching it on their phone because everyone has it. And I'm the only one in the building not in real time with America at the Henry bubble. You're on the dark side of the move to. It's like things are straying. When I usually do on election night. I do a show in Washington the night before it's like, I say, okay, tomorrow, go vote. I'm care. We vote for some the my business, but get out there, raw and Obama wins. Who Ray in this time around? Wow, I have never ever gonna do that again. So I'm, you know, next year, we'll be an election year. And I'm already getting gig offers like hey election season. We want yell at you wanna come into a show here. I'm like, well, I don't know man in like, hey, you wanna do Sean night of the election? No phone go. And so that was one of the strangest gigs maybe the single strangest gig I ever did was like a two hour. Slow motion car wreck we're had this all exiled for two hours of like, how did you say?.

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"henry rollins" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"henry rollins" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

"That ad for six months. I've never met a rich guy. Who said, hey, I want to make you rich. Drive in screwing drinkin- the enrich. They're busy being rich. And like, hey, help me you and your crap car in the one on one go, screw yourself. Man. Musician pit bull. He does like once a year in LA, he has like convention that people pay hundreds of dollars, and they go. Listen to pit bull talked about how how did how to be rich? Yeah. I see the billboards all the time. And they're always bothers me is that they're they're never in the nice neighborhoods are always in like, the low income neighborhoods. Some like do that's fucked up a hundred dollars one hundred dollars to go. Listen to this guy that that doesn't mean much to me because I I've savings if you are that's view working for a living. That's a lot of dollars. You're making decisions too. I do this or do what are we gonna eat this month because we're spending this one hundred dollar Bill for most people that's more than one full day's work. I've heard his music. It's there's an audience for it. I'm not that audience. That's all I mean shit. I grew up on black flag. Yeah. It such micro th. But it's interesting that that get Richard die trying thing in America. I just don't necessarily see it anywhere else in the world were said such a premium like it's not even like a wanna get by. It's like I need to get rich. Like, wow, you need all the cake in one in you know, you're gonna drink a whole bottle tonight. Who is that person? They said that America's Americans think of themselves as temporarily disenfranchise millionaires like all of us have those people get cleaned out near the go to those seminars. And they're told a walk on hot coals and stuff, and they just come home thirteen hundred dollars broker, and they still go back to the job. I just don't know how much I've watched some of those motivational videos just to watch them. Wow. This is some BS. I mean, most of the time it was found people just want to be seen, you know, people want. They wanna feel like they relate in these jobs. So many of us have we're just clogs and. It's drilled into how replaceable you are. And how you should be grateful to be here. And so if somebody just like looks at you and acknowledges that you have dreams and Embiid of your own like, I can see how that you can do it. Yeah. And that's that's the cell is like you're so close you just need to come to my seminar. And I'll fuck until you how to do it. I just wonder you social media at everyone wanting Neil all the people taking photos of themselves. I wonder what came first this loneliness. The or the internet created this incredible vacuum where people have like eighty eight thousand photos on their phone of their dinner. There are like where were you before your cell phone by a lot of people? Can't remember people will wait a minute. I was given one on my seventh birthday is kind of all I know is watch people, you know, when they're in public. The can't just stand. You know, we have to constantly like look at a phone if you're sending in line, or if you're waiting on your front to come to a table, and it's we don't know how to be alone anymore. So we always feel lonely. Yeah. Yeah. That's a thing. I mean, I'm not I'm not sitting here trying to put people down. But I don't have my phone with me today. And I got outta my car about half an hour ago and clapped my. It might be. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. Of course. Yeah. I'll get the time check off the car, and I'm sure there'll be o'clock somewhere. But I'm not I don't even know how Instagram or Facebook works. I I have no life in that. But I'm one of those people I'm online the computers always on one of the several. I have always on always online. And I'm looking at my phone for the time now, and then or texting, but I'm I'm I'm not immune. I'm in it too. And I I worked to keep my I don't have a TV 'cause I know I'll watch it. Yeah. Anyone else?.

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"henry rollins" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

04:01 min | 3 years ago

"henry rollins" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

"Out of high school in eighteen seventy nine win into the meaningful fulltime adult working world when okay I was used to it from summer jobs in all of that allow fifty sixty hours a week on your feet. I just didn't think I was going to survive it all that. Well, being kind of crazy like I am somewhat creative. And thankfully, punk rock is a thing that lets people with no talent in any way. So you can have an attitude and that'll pass for talent. And that's how I got in and from their films talking shows my Showtime special that is now on multiple platforms, which I'm sure you'll you'll promote radio show documentaries. I've written screenplays they've been made into movies stuff like that. It's all all of this has happened to me. But I come from a working class mindset. Like, I get up every day as early as I can scrape myself off the mattress, and I go to work, and I always have something to do this. Never nothing to do ever. We are we work in Arbor is too. Yeah. So we get what choice. Do you have really if you're on your own doing your own thing? If you're not taking orders, you've got to give yourself orders. You have to be your own worst boss and keep your son really kind of drive yourself along. Because it's all when you when you've beaten the grind like in a cubicle that you hate with people that, you know, office politics, and you really doing your own thing risking a lot. And so you it's yours to lose. And you'll miss it. When you lose it. You know that freedom the up at four. Yeah. You get to get up at foreign work for yourself. You want to get up in four work for him. Yeah. You entrust me? It's better when you're doing it for yourself. And so the up at four I feel miserable. I'm tired cheer up. It's yours. At least you're not putting an apron on an ask in Collin someone Searle that day and earning somebody else money. Yeah. You talk about in your special about being underpaid yet and the callousness and inability to be perturbed at anything because you were underpaid for so long that resonated so deeply with matinee we come from very like working class. Background. So when you said that we're both like oh shit there. Yeah. It's just like you can't I'm dead inside. You can't bother. This. America kills you off in a way, I'm not putting America down. It's my favorite place, but I've been pretty far and wide in my life. And I spent a lot of time at a time outside of America months. Go by I'm not in America for work in America. The point I'm making this American work, so hard. We we beat ourselves senseless. And you look at the diet like we worked so hard. But we feed ourselves that no wonder our arteries are clogged or blood is thick in our hearts are begging for mercy. No wonder there's pills because you don't have a chance to go to the gym. 'cause you're working one and a half jobs and eating that putting that in your system, you see these ads for this food like what's a two dollars and thirty nine cents a good deal would it. But what it's doing to your body. You're shaving years off your life. And like a you read books. I don't have time to read books in the guy. Probably doesn't have time to read books as America, basically is a is a torture rack, and you have to be very. Smart and very agile to kind of get around the beating that almost any average American can take and you go to some parts of America. This whole towns or unhealthy like you'll lot obesity fat. Mom, fat dad, fat kids, and I'm not putting no fat people. I'm just saying that's not healthy. Yeah. It's including depression. Yeah. Well, it feels depression it sucking to get that kind of foods not going to get you out of depression. So you go to the food source where they getting the food that you go to the WalMart, you go to these places. You like, oh, you watch these good people shop. Yeah. And you're like, wow, you're just now you someone gave you a stick and us going beaten yourself with it, you're you're just policing yourself with. And so we Americans are really good at working too hard working too much and not enough art, not enough culture..

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"henry rollins" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

04:35 min | 3 years ago

"henry rollins" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

"But yeah, I mean, but yeah, I kind of liked it. Because. It's the one opportunity a year firing of grievances. And festivus. Yeah. Exactly. So if I'm like, I'm trying to put myself in the shoes of somebody who won Valentine's, they just get a bunch of shitty gifts. I would do some serious self-destruction. I'd be like damn pissed off a lot of people. I need to maybe behave better survey says I suck. Correct gut shit. Nick, see, I'm sorry, y'all. Thanks with shame. Yeah. Appreciate it. Five of them. Come in you resting be like, oh, no. So man is your food news for the week vinegar valentines, should we bring them back? Should they stay buried back? I I kind of want a little bit of it. 'cause people wouldn't see it coming. It looks out Radin lovely, and then you open it up. And it's just a devastating burn just says and like a very like eloquent cursive, go fuck yourself. You know, it goes along with my personal motto. What's that? You know, if you can't say, something nice, say, something devastating. That as my personal motto. I tried to be. Isis possible. But if you decide it's fucking over off you go. Oh, you got to knock them down so hard that. They don't want to get back or that. It's both mean and hysterical. They're like, well, I don't know if you can't come back from them. Bless bless. But you know, one word that I have to take out of my burn vocabulary. Visit chunkys chunky. So apparently Campbell's soup filed a trademark for the word chunky based on his well known line of chunky soups, which seems like a horrific overreach. Right. Yeah. I mean, that's a that's definitely a choice word to be associated with hasn't chowder been chunky longer than can't like I don't understand. So to get that trademark Campbell's had to convince the government that the brand has established a firm connection between its soups and the chunky name. Okay. So according to add week, the application included, a bunch of pop culture references. So like, they brought up the Donovan McNabb chunky soup commercials being parodied on SNL or S and L depending on who you are. That's deep cut. The new sets out there. Also ghost face killer had a line about Campbell Soup and one of his songs, we are we meet a chunky soup lake joke. I think our second years. Yes. They cited other evidence from the tonight show, Jimmy Kimmel, live daily show, etc. Etc. Etc. So Campbell's is like I'm tired of everyone referencing our brand and our soup with this word junkie. So we're just going to own it. Yes. So basically, they're ad campaigns were so successful that they influenced pop culture enough that people talked about them that now they can sue people who use the descriptors chunky in a way, they disapprove of. So they could assu d- us. No, they could well it's parody parody Hertie lawyer. But if we came out with a soup, and we call the chunky, and we could spell it differently. We could spell new valves call it can we call it chunk. Our chunky, but like to ease instead of a why I don't know, man. Well, so Campbell's obviously got the trademark 'cause they're richest fuck and twenty nineteen isn't a real year. We've established anything at all. But the company says it plans to defend only when appropriate so quote Campbell's rights in connection with the trademark chunky are solely limited to soup. So the use of the word chunky in connection with another type of food like milk would not be an issue. A spokesman said in a statement. What? Yeah. The example the Campbell. Spokesman brought up was say milk's chunky. That's fine. Ios wanna throw around chunky milk day. We're not gonna see that. You say chunky soup. Campbell's company is like get him out on the podium. Get him talking about chunky milk. The fuck is in this. Is this the family that was like losing their fortune Campbell's?.

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"henry rollins" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

04:41 min | 3 years ago

"henry rollins" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

"Like my fridge at home, which is a stark. Oh, look clean look center. Oh bless you. Just like a flood a few beers and some condiments in there. You're gonna say condoms like you like your condoms, chilled chill condom? Just with the kids doing this disgusting. Yeah, we had to we had to go to the farmers market and like reopened a ton of our shit. Yes. Oh, and then we got in a fight in the parking lot. Not physical fight. More shoving match. This is Michelle by the way. This is not like us fighting a stranger Ted. So there was a there was a what I call pylon is they have like the the black tar bottom, and then it goes up, and you call it a cone. It's doing homework, but it's not a cone cone is like a pyramid shape. I think of a pylon as something that's non moving. And I think if it's a mobile pylon eat then becomes a common, especially when it's cone colored. And it is doing homework says bushy we're gonna we're gonna do a fucking. It's a pylon survey survey on our Instagram stories. I'm going to get real answers from real people because cones are cone shaped does not cone shaped that is French fries shapes. It's how was a pilot. Square is a rectangle, but not all rectangles are square. Don't bring rectangles into the cone debate. That's I can't bring other teams. I'm talking about it. I'm going to ask the internet, and they're gonna tell you how wrong you are. That is a pylon not a Cohn Cohn Cohn shaped, I really like Goupil result. People also ask can a square rectangle Wikipedia one-sentence. Are all scores rectangles true or false? Third graders googling. Tangled is a square is a rectangle these Google results are just someone's math homework. Number four. Yes. No, maybe. Bless love. The let's get. The news. Oh, yeah. No. So I got I got some hot food news. Let's go. Yes. So we're doing our food history at the top of the show this week and Fayed has story. It's a good one. It's only ten gently related to food in so much as the word vinegar is used but stay with me people. Okay. So Valentine's Day, as we all know as a time for people to send love notes, sometimes signed your secret admirer, which is creepiest fuck, but people do it whatever. All right. Well, it's like I'm in Marin you from afar, but it's a secret can know who I am Stocker issue like me. Yes, or no. But you don't know who I am. Right. Do you like being liked? Being afraid. I would starting in the Victorian era and through the earliest twentieth century, people were also way more savage than we give them credit for so they would mail traditional Valentine's, but they would also mail. These things called vinegar valentines for their secret. What is it? So these cards are sold in the United States and Britain, and they had into reading card greeting cards. People would come by it and instead of offering like messages of love and affection, the just insulted a fuck you. Yeah. That's tight. They would either deliver. So they drop them in their mailbox or they'd fuck and post them. So it was an anonymous medium for saying mean ask things that you wouldn't say to somebody's face. Okay. Let's tied. I like that. So the opposite Valentine vinegar valentines, man. So sometimes it'd be just like little lightly mean stuff like they t- somebody for like being drunk or more often than not. They would suggest people going kill themselves. God, which obviously the comment section has always existed. So what we're saying if people is that humans are not any different now. In the early in the way that we're expressing. It has changed. How fucking brutal can you? Imagine someone anonymously sending you a letter telling you to do. Set yourself on fire. Finding tol you'll neighbor. I kind of do that though. I it's like if the hallmark card company had like a like a villain card company. You know what I mean? Saro desire. Hallmark just like really shitty..

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