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Fresh update on "hooper" discussed on WGR Programming
"Morning at ESPN Radio Magic Meyer Metcalf that changes today because during the commercial break We were watching the Basketball Africa League on ESPN News. It's on there right now. And we're watching J. Cole. Put up shots were watching him on the floor playing. Professional basketball. Gotta love 2021. I mean, this is this is just great. We're doing that today. God bless America. How are you? My remit cap. I'm good, And I wonder if J. Cole is any good. I mean, he scored and that's why we're paying attention. And I was just thinking how so much of this comes from What's happened in the NBA Every last 2030 years like it just sort of was the seed. That sparked basketball around the world, and that's why you're seeing this. J. Cole, of course, was a walkout at ST John's and was part of the scout team for the women's teams got teams scouting for the women's team He did. He tried to walk on the ST John's, but he was the scout team with women's team. That same chance you've seen him on NBA All Star weekend in the celebrity game as well. Loves to hoop and is getting an opportunity there for the visit The river's Hooper's BC's Yeah, he's he's with the Patriots. BC, I believe that's his that system. By the way. Are you cool with that man like a celebrity like making a calling saying, Hey, I'd like to play in a in a pro league. Give me a chance that tzekel I don't worry about taking another person's slot or anything like that. Because here's the deal. You want to build the game. You want to build the brand and this league. Would we be talking about this league if he were not in it? We just mentioned him on ESPN Radio, the basketball African League and we're doing it now. Nature. All right. That'll do it for ESPN radio. Thanks for joining us today. Appreciate all if everybody's so everybody.
Verhaeghe paces Panthers over Red Wings, 4-1
"Carver he scored twice and Brett Connolly netted his one hundredth NHL goal as the Panthers dump the red wings for one Jennifer Hooper also talented Sergei Bobrovsky made thirty five saves in Florida's third win in a row who were those goal came just seventeen seconds into the game for Haiti in Connolly scored fifty eight seconds apart making it three nothing the Panthers moved into a first place tie with the lightning at fifty points one ahead of the hurricanes I'm Dave Ferrie
Episode 203 The Yarn Wall - burst 13
"For sure. He was the the helicopter pilot and seven. That was probably at the end when they were. What's right right right. True lies terminator. Two so i think that was probably when the t. one thousand crashes through the window lands on that helicopter. Yeah that is probably The most that he the most and the closest a shot of him sure there are some pics of that. Yeah for sure attacked in his name. And all that came up rahman places. Oh it taste. It corrected it to temporal pm. He played challenger in rocky. Three watt did rocky fight a helicopter in part three will throw a punch at the one and only time. I'm going to do that right. This episode for this episode was a helicopter pilot in scarface. hooper. I can't find this guy. Have you spell his last name again. Just go to mitchell mitchell. The martha mitchell story feel compelled to. Here's the entire exchange of Comings and bitten benton the butler awesome. You're a lousy about their coffee. Is cold lousy butler. But it said it was changed from not. I'm not a god damn bad but allows him butler. Yeah he also when he's yelling at the kid Think he throws a curse word. Buzzsaw think he said my said the f. word i would have that kit was really
"hooper" Discussed on Storytelling with Puck
"It's always love. It is all those things and either particularly familiar with this style thing. I think it actually helps. If people know that. I don't always get it right. You know because i'm i'm an imperfect human the same as everybody else and you know. Sometimes i misjudged isn't it. Yeah exactly that and also again. that's another reliability. Because of in their own careers potentially looked perfect to the outside world. Know inside that they are getting things wrong all the time and so they want to. Everyone else is getting not not too much because of with but just just enough exactly just enough yet but it was. A lovely story is absolutely wonderful. Speaking human very very much for joining the story an Podcast thank you very much. For advising in lovely of course book before we get to what i would really like to do. A only show listens. Would like as if you could tell them. Maybe a little bit about one or two of the packages that you are foreign how you can help people and also if they would like those packages just to say hello and get to know you Where they can find you. Thank you yes. Luckily to have the opportunity society. Thank you very much for that. I offer two main packages one and the based on time. Really one where i work with. this old one-to-one lady one over a year and basically i organized her entire wardrobe and all the outfit she needs for not for every day but for every day that that she needs something in particular for right the way through the but we do all the normal stuff like saltillo style style. Shake tyler all of that we do. That's at the beginning. But basically unmanaged her wardrobe and shop for her and for outfits together for her forever she needs for the whole year And then the second one is as sort of a truncated version. That's all worked over three months and Again to the stuff to equip path to go and work on her own after we finish working together. four for the three months and i deliberately chosen to work with people have repaired time. A lot of stylists will just offer one of service gives you the information. Send you on your way. And i did do that to start with. But i didn't find the most. We can take on three bits of information at any one time to throw a whole load of information at somebody and expect them to go and put it into practice. I found that people weren't able to do that. So i actually prefer to work with people and coach them through that process in equip them so then be able to do the same things for themselves after we finish working together so those are the two packages the main was. I do the main place that i hang out on the you will find these unlinked tin. I'm on linked to in regularly. Spend a lot. My days that conversing with people and posting engaging and then of my websites and the i'm the same in both places so as www dot tracy jane who dot com and just jane hooper on linked in. If you're gonna put it somewhere with the show 'cause it's not straightforward name but not straightforward spelling..
"hooper" Discussed on Storytelling with Puck
"It was purely by chance really because it was for this exam but actually she's kind of hit on the thing that works for me so we have been in lockdown. I carry on doing this home. I still do it three times a week. And actually i really enjoy it. And i'm a bit sort of a bit obsessed with it now. Which is what happens. Isn't it as they say. Get into a habit and then you don't want to get out of it again and that's exactly what happened device. I wasn't very well a couple of weeks ago. Missed it for a week. But then as soon as best roles like right back on it on it and Yes really good really enjoying it. So the moral of the story is find within the web's for you really because when you find the thing that works for you then you're much find much easier to stick at it. Whatever that is. Let's exercise science or other things. So yeah was my little story on the berlin moral to and we should forbid tell people iran. Listen i. i'm just isn't an exercise. The story and i'm was always not untalkative more about to actually And it will not to anybody. Who is this with us long. Anybody who's maybe my name is steph. Run run creations. And i am. The regular hoods is focused on if the toy to storytelling with puck. Hasn't given away. This podcast is all about stories Even stories about exercise may about so shannon stories. We'll chat about stories and we'll see how stories in the business well too but of course we could not do any of this without a wonderful guests so net starts this podcast late by introducing the amazing trixie hooper. What did you tell us about interesting. Yes i'm tracy. I'm a personal style coach. Which i have been doing for the last twelve years and the main thing i do is i work with women professional women to help them create a look that gives a great first impression of themselves in business but as well as that was more important to me is that they feel confident to go out and do whatever they need to do in that business and that's offline as well as online first impressions are just as important online as they are offline. So yeah that's mainly what i do. And there's lots of things tied up with that but that basically in a in a sentence or two is what. I take that that sounds like. You've you've said that a few times before and you know how to explain it though because It's a pretty well. i love it. And what is actually is is kind of a link to a story that's linked to the story. You just told what are you about your business and about how you help people to feel confident in themselves. What you saw was about. I i i think was as you say. Get into understand what works for you. Get into understand how you are able to enjoy some thinking. Get into the habit. I'm into the process. Do you think that relates in some way to teach your clients as well as to what works absolutely yes hundred percent what it's all about. It's it's about me helping them understand things like that body shape. The skin tone The personality all those things are what what is going to work best for them as an individual taking all of those elements and also the thing i love about working with professional. Women is the all stylists worked with body shake cala personality. I love adding in the extra dimension of. What's.
Huberdeau scores in OT, lifts Panthers past Hurricanes 4-3
"Jennifer Hooper does second goal of the game completed the Panthers for three overtime win over the hurricanes who were to open the scoring and added an assist before his seventh goal of the season sealed the win at two twenty nine of O. T. Alex Wennberg in U. haul let me go also scored as the Panthers improved to ten to one to one point ahead of Carolina and Tampa Bay for the central division lead Jordan Stalin Sebastian aho tallied in the first period and it's a tragic added a third period goal for the hurricanes I'm Dave very
Mayfield, Browns move closer to playoffs, top Giants 20-6
"The Cleveland Browns move closer to their first playoff berth in eighteen years by dimming the New York Giants playoff hopes were twenty to six when it met life stadium Baker Mayfield completed twenty seven of thirty two passes for two hundred ninety seven yards and two touchdowns to lead the Browns to their tenth victory for the first time since two thousand seven Mayfield two TD passes were both for two yards in the second quarter to Austin Hooper and Jarvis Landry in order to make it into place protection continues to be great in these guys continue to make place for so it's that's why the conferences you know so hi the giants played without injured starting quarterback Daniel Jones former brown colt McCoy could only generate two field goals for New York Tom merry miss rather for new Jersey
"hooper" Discussed on ITN Live
"Oh laser gentleman. Daniel hooper is in the building. How are you sir man. Get intro music really really kicked it off for me you you ready to get back on the squad come. You know that that'll get you man. Thank you feast. How're you doing. Thanks for taking some time those little bit later in the day. But you. And it's friday guessing family there which i know that but i just want to take a little bit of time just to just to wrap with you i. It's a good day is friday here. We're here made it to the weekend. I'm going to get to sleep until the sun comes up tomorrow. Which is that's always the goal during the week. I don't really get the feel the sunrise on face on a wake up in the morning. Those weekends baby. I'm going to try to get to enjoy the love. You know as a dad. We have know very simple. Goals can admit to sleep in a little bit and somebody else. Maybe the grass take out the trash disposal. Little things we don't ask for. I sleep in till nine o'clock. Maybe court you probably going to get up a little bit earlier but you know i. It's the truth you know for me. It's like i got this little building advantage. Because i have one young child and then i have three. That are older now. They're still living in the house. But it's like so now it's like if the baby wakes up i can just tell like the girls anglade..
Browns survive late scare, hold on to beat Jaguars 27-25
"Thicker Mayfield gone three straight games without a touchdown pass before connecting with Jarvis Landry in Austin Hooper for scores and the Browns twenty seven twenty five victory over the Jaguars may feel completed nineteen of twenty nine passes for two hundred fifty eight yards in his first good weather game in a month helping Cleveland improved to eight and three for the first time since the old Browns did in nineteen ninety four the Jaguars had a chance to tie it following James Robinson's four yard run with two fourteen left but Mike Glennon's sailed a pass out of the end zone on the conversion try I'm Dave Ferrie
The future of work as determined by Uber?
"As the pandemic recession drags on people are turning to gig. Work to fill the gaps and the nature of that work is evolving proposition. Twenty two in california which passed this month. Let's companies classified delivery and ride hail drivers as independent contractors but with some requirements. Such as a wade's floor. And some health benefit options some describe it as a third way between benefit free part-time work and traditional full-time employment. If the idea catches on more. Broadly what could it mean for how we work. David-weill is dean at the school for social policy and management at brandeis university. He told me about the origin of this idea. A third way comes in fact from canada where there is a concept of. What's called the dependent contractor where you have a set of protections that are designed for independent contractors that really rely on a single or a small number of major employers who who are contracting their business to protect independent contractors. Who really have this level of dependency. But i think the problem of the third way is the fact that canada's starts in a very different place than workers in this country. Start well so now. We have prop twenty two new york city and seattle have their own laws providing for workers with prop twenty two. These companies have said that they'll start to provide some basic protections. That don't go. as far as you know. Full employer sponsored health insurance are we creeping toward new mindset around how we deal with labor in the us. I think we are. Creeping is the right word. I think what we have done is. Unfortunately we've allowed some very powerful platform companies to dictate the terms of our public policies. I mean remember that in many markets hooper and lift basically their business model was to come in in advance of regulations. Just set the terms on their own before there had been measured public policy discussion. About who are these workers in. Is this an appropriate way to classify them. And what concerns me about the efforts of those platform companies in lots of different places before we even got to prop twenty two was they were trying to in in in many ways dictate the terms about who is protected under different laws. And who isn't and that to me is an appropriate thing for public policies and and people we elect to think about not for people in Any any industry your powerful company to determine for us. I think prop twenty two and a lot of other things that have happened At the state level have pushed us unfortunately towards a defining that based on the interests of You know the small number of businesses rather than on what the what we as a public thinker appropriate protections.
OOPS! I Screwed Up!
"It's a big podcast David Hooper here. In when I was a kid maybe fifth or sixth. Grade. Junior high. I was doing something stupid. And I got caught by a teacher wasn't just any teacher it was the principal of the school. talked my way out of it. The next day I was bragging some friends about what a smooth talker I was and what an idiot the principal was. I was in art class and we these huge tables. Maybe I don't know three or four kids at a table. And when she picks you this. The Art. Room, it was in a house. That was next to the school. My school was in urban neighborhood and I guess there was a house next to it or something they bought it run out of room. Made it offices and made it the art room. So anyway, I'm in the House for art school, but it's on the third floor. It's in the attic 'cause they did all their business downstairs it all up stairs, and you had to go up several flights of stairs. Very narrow. This was before. Ada. It wasn't easy to get to you, but it's kind of cool for a kid because you felt you were safe kind of hanging out and I got my friends they're around the Big Table and I kept going on and on that. Then, I turned around and she was right behind me at the top of the stairs you come out of nowhere because that's other thing worked imagine going into your attic and you're right there anyway a turnaround she's right there. And I taught my way out of that sort of. Not Really Fast to a couple of days ago. I got this episode of building podcasts with Dave Jackson that are released and always download my own episodes I. Subscribe to my own podcast because I want to make sure the feed is working sometimes I listen sometimes I don't happen to listen to this one and I'm hearing sloppy edits. Thought to myself that's Weird I. Guess I decided to keep things loose. Talk and things like filler words. Apart when I asked David question wasn't clear on it or stumbled or something. I asked him the question again normally, I would add those things out and thinking to myself man sloppy edits then interview ins and Dave and I keep talking and that was my ocean moment. I knew at that point this is the raw tape. I think what had happened is I was in the middle of netted got distracted by something else. I should have gone back to it. I didn't. It seems like an easy thing to remember. But because this was a three part episode, it's got confused in way back to the tape I'm listening to. The interview ends. Dave. Keep talking and I think to myself I. Hope. I. Didn't say anything bad. And I didn't. Just. A word that I'd normally be out I said. And then Dave said. And also said mother And then I said. And then I said I think. Is a mother. and. I'm kidding but I did say which on this podcast should have been beeped. Because this podcast is classy like that. Lesson number one from this episode. Assume all Mike's are hot. The message is being broadcast and everything you say is on tape. But there was a second mistake that I made in that episode to completely screw up the sequence of things. You probably heard something that I call the double intro. This is pretty common. Where somebody does an interview? And introduced the guest. Hey, we got Joe Schmo from Blah Blah Blah dot com. He's a good friend of mine and today we're GonNa talk about Blah Blah Blah, welcome Joe, you got that introduction. But before that, you got the basic intro to the podcast where somebody will come in and they'll say something like, Hey, I'm David Hooper and this is the Joe Schmo Blah Blah Blah podcast. Today we're actually interviewing Joe Schmo he's the king of Blah Blah Blah and JOE SCHMO DOT com. Here's the interview you. You're a sound effect and then it goes to that previous recording that I just mentioned hey, it's David. So you repeat the same thing that's the double intro, and it happens usually because people are doing things at a different time. That is exactly what happened with the Dave Jackson episode. Not only was I doing something at a different time. It caused me to lose track of where I was in the editing process because this was a three part episode I had an introduction episode I had the Dave Jackson part of the episode and I had the Larry Roberts part of the episode things got really screwed up for this three part series a record, the Larry I then I did the one with Dave and then I did the intro episode but how release things how you heard them With, you heard the intro episode. You heard the Dave episode. Then you heard the Larry episode. So instead of one, two, three, it was three to one and that's not a huge deal except that I mentioned something on the Dave episode. which you hadn't heard yet I talked about what had already happened on the Larry episode that hadn't been released yet. Another one of those things it's not a huge deal, but it's worth talking about because when something like that happens, it breaks up the fantasy. That the podcast or radio show whatever you're making is a well oiled machine. It's like you hearing question being repeated again. When you edit that out, it makes the Ho- seems so much smoother. You like man that Guy's great on the Mike he knows exactly what to ask. Not In real life. If you heard the mistake that caricature that you think is real that's blown. As lesson number two here. Sequencing is important.
The Big Podcast Submarine
"BOOP. BOOP? Hey what's that sound? It's the big podcast submarine reemerging. It's David Hooper. Bill podcast haven't taught here for a while and WanNa follow up with something that I said on the last episode. Mentioned meeting a musician who wants told me I'm the most creative person you'll ever meet. In a mentioned, my response being. Don't care how creative you are I care about how many records you can sell. I want to clarify that. That sounds a little bit harsh like all. I cared about was her ability to sell music and I'm not saying that sales or money are the only thing that matters. When it comes to create a good podcast or creating anything. There are plenty of podcasts that make money that in my opinion don't add a lot of value to the world. With. That said though who am I to judge what people find of value? Sometimes, there's a disconnect between people. Parents who don't like their kids music, for example. But to bring this back around to the point that I mentioned I, really don't care how creative you are. What I meant by I care about how many records you can sell. What I'm saying is I care about how you connect with people. Do you do it in a way that makes them want to spend money with you. Not because. Money. Is, the goal. But because we vote. With our wallets. You might argue that we vote with our time and attention and some people do but there are also those of us who will stand in line for hours when a chick-fil-a opens to get a free chicken sandwich that they could easily come back the next day for. Spend a lot less time and maybe five bucks. Look. I don't go to Chick-fil-a 'cause vegetarian. My numbers might be a little bit off but you get the point when some restaurant that everybody's talking about opens or something happens that as as specific time people camp out for it. That does not happen because of creativity. There's nothing creative about a piece of chicken in between two pieces of bread and random. That looks and sounds wacky. That's not creative either is just random. It looks and sounds wacky. Before everything shut down because of covid nineteen. We're actually getting in the same room with each other. There was a big meeting in my neighborhood with a developer who wanted to do what developers do and put in a huge development, and here's what he said. He said I want something creative. The hell does that mean that's all over the place what people want an development is something that will meet their needs housing food services. Same thing for your podcast if you focus on meeting the needs of people, that's when those people will merge. So don't worry about being creative with your podcast focus on meeting the needs of people people ask me all the time. How do I build an audience? What's the best thing I can do to build a big audience focus on meeting their needs? Now, you've got to build a big audience, but you're also going to build an audience that uses the ways that we vote time attention and money and give you some of those things
Expand burst - burst 03
"Kind of cultural capital of sesame street. How important it is so many people that blueprints that were built that we're drawing in the art office and sending to the construction shop where something that we really wanted to be considerate of historically, and so we were hand drafting the hero buildings of sesame street the BROWNSTONE THE CARRIAGE HOUSE MR Hooper Store Secondary Buildings we were doing. We were drawing on computer, but there was something tangible about it so that we were finding the kinds of people who certain draft men are better at hand drying and we were having them work on the classic Sesame Street buildings, because they put a little heart into those elements that kind of thing so. You know all of those departments from set decoration to props to to Construction you you kind of start to? Figure out in whatever city you're working in. Who's who feels good with what elements and then user to kind of build a language of medication, but those people is it fair to say that the production any sort of makes everything that's physical and the senior everything that you see in a in a movie because I think part of the roles that she said there, you know I'm familiar with a lot Of them, but for a lot of people out there especially if they're coming from the camera department or the on the Super Indy level, you know the draftsmen, the here had seen the here. These kinds of terms and they're like I.
Jaws 45th Anniversary And Power Ranking Spielberg
"Welcome to film spotting. Josh, we've done our share of top five over the years five hundred or so, but when it comes to power rankings, we are mere novices. We did this for the first time two years ago. Almost to the day, we power ranked the Chris's Anna the. Moments history of film spot right episode six, Eighty six Oh, surely one of our more significant shows. And this week we're going to power rank the five decades of Steven Spielberg's career. Maybe someday will power rank our power rankings. Come to that. So little preview. Was this tougher than you thought you know? There's two ways to go about this I think initially we both thought just of look at the filmography, and and get on the mic and kind of riff where we think things are, or you sit down and chart things you move them around. You have tears. Which of course is what I think? We both ended up doing so yeah. It was a little bit more of a project than I anticipated, but a rewarding one. Yeah, I put in the work on it. Because I knew it was going to be hard enough deciding which decade put first. and which would slot right behind it? I didn't think it would be so hard with the other decades actually, and then after spending a good deal of time on it I actually ended up flipping two decades around that I thought were set in stone. So I'm excited to get to that, and we'll share listeners power rankings of the Spielberg decades as well we have. Their poll results a bit later I though the beaches are open, so let's talk ause. There is a creature alive today. WHO has survived millions of years of evolution? Without Change. Without Passion. And without logic. It lives to kill a mindless eating machine. It will attack. And Devour. Anything. It is as if God. Created the devil. Gaping. Jaws. Sometimes. Probably often we have a convenient hook for one of these setups that doesn't really reflect the whole substance of our conversation about a movie, but a convenient hook is a convenient hook, which is all to say for those of you who aren't particularly interested in hearing a discussion of jaws framed around our current administration. Just give us a little wiggle room. Here I'm pretty confident, were both more excited to talk about Steven Spielberg's camera tricks then his politics, but it's a little. Little Eerie how prescient his game changing nineteen seventy-five blockbuster is forty five years later. The movie The promise will never go in the water again also presents an all too dangerously familiar type of huckster politician, a crisis who fails to heed the warnings of scientists dramatically downplays and dismisses the potential loss of life can't wait to pat himself, and his cronies on the back loves to PREEN FOR A TV camera and who demands those beaches be open because business demands. They be open. Sorry even the scary shark movie is actually about Corona. Virus and I'm far from the only one who noticed my twitter timeline has jumped the snark over the past couple of months including this from frank rich just a few nights ago. Commenting on a New York Times breaking news tweet read Vice President Mike Pence encourage governors to repeat a misleading claim about corona virus outbreaks rich wrote. Pence makes the jaws mayor look like Churchill. Mayor. Von is played with a pen. See an affable smugness by Murray Hamilton and one line I'd always kind of overlooked. This struck me on. This rewatch is when he's spurning. The please of Roy Scheider is chief Martin Brody and Richard Dreyfuss is Matt. Hooper to keep the beaches closed on July Fourth America's Day, to celebrate its independence and preeminence. Any explains I. Don't think either one of you are familiar with our problems.
Be Honest And Concrete: Tips For Talking To Kids About Death
"He's been with sesame for a long time and she says the death of Willie the actor who played Mr Hooper. It presented a real dilemma. For the show's writers. They gave a lot of decision to this. So the actor dies in real life and you have choices when you have a television show G You replace the actor. Ju just right right the actor off and as we do on sesame street or always putting the needs of kids first so from an educational point of view. What is the right thing to do for children? And in the case of Mr Hooper. The right thing was to be completely painfully honest. Egbert Mr Hooper's not coming back off big bird when people die. They don't come back no number. Why not well Big Bird? Their Dad they come back This brings us to the first of our big takeaways be honest and concrete when talking with kids about the what of death what happens and what it means. That's right because young kids often have trouble understanding the permanence of death and rose. Marie says we. Grownups are often part of the problem. Death is a part about lives and what happens is that as adults. We find talking about death difficult and when we're trying to talk to our children about death we don't necessarily always have the words and so rosemary says we often use euphemisms instead which can be really confusing for kids and even scary thing passed away. The no is sorry for your loss. Went on a long journey Put the dog to sleep. We put the doctor sleep. That's that's a really big one And the reason for that is that well. Then if you're telling me now that the dog went to sleep in his not gonNA wake up and died while I go to sleep every night. Am I going to die? You go to sleep every night. Mommy and Daddy. Are you going to die? So it's really important to use the word died inequality I feel like we often trip up in our rush to want to reassure kids so I remember when my older daughter is three. She said I know Mommy. You said everybody dies but me and you and the cat won't die right and I so wanted to tell her. No nobody none of you know when you love going to die but you know. I had to tell her the truth and I was so glad that I did. Because if you years later our our cat did pass away did I. You hear that on you. It's hardcore you know we're so used to doing that. It's really hard. It's totally true. Muslims everywhere which is one reason. Rosemary says don't just use the word dive but also be clear with kids like this is what it means you know when you die. Your heart stops. Your body stops working. You don't eat you. Don't breathe to give more concrete information about what is the meaning of death. This is all true for when we're talking about the what of death but you know. The advice is a little different when kids are asking the why questions and this brings us to take away number two. Which is sometimes it can be better not to tell kids too much especially not all at once. So let's let's pick up where we left off with big burden. Why don't understand you know everything was just fine. Why does it have to this way? Give me one good reason. One good reason and it is at this point that a grownup on the show. A man named Gordon stands up. He walks over and he says something that just hit me. It's so simple. Cory bird it has to be this way because just because just because just because that's it. Yeah that's it. So Rosemary says they picked that answer for a few reasons so first of all. They wanted to leave room for families to talk about the meaning of death according to their own faith traditions their beliefs and you know and we as parents should always feel free to kind of we all will fill that in however it makes sense to us which is an easy right but rosemary says there's another reason they did it this way and it's the sometimes it's better not to give kids too much information at least all at once right so kids. They get overwhelmed really easily so to adults and in this moment gordon concede that big birds already taken in a lot so he holds back. Rosemary says she got advice on this one's from hospice social worker. Who specialized in talking with kids about death and she used the analogy of eating an apple when we eat an apple. We'd we'd the whole apple when a child eats an apple. They take a bite maybe two bites. They put it down down. Leave it on the couch on the floor on the floor. Pick a backup. Take two more by exactly and this goes on now. We will look at that apple and say gross like I ain't eating this apple But for them it's like I'm still eating the apple. That's probably how go into to experience death as well. They'RE GONNA take a couple of bites they're going to go on with their life and they're gonNA come back and they're gonNA take a couple more by rose. Marie are you that person that parent who slices up the apple and gives them a few slices at a time so serious. Where'd you the whole piece of fruit? But even the slice they probably not going to eat the whole
Podcasting With A Mask
"It's built a big podcast. I'm David Hooper and I just finished an episode of my other. Podcast read the marketing podcast for experts. It is very similar to this podcast except instead of just podcasting. I'm talking about book publishing. I'm talking about email marketing. I'm talking about the different mediums that you can use to spread your expert message on that episode which by the way is at red like the caller or ED PODCAST DOT COM. I talked about how problems can lead to skill development. The thing that we think is hurting us was going to be an issue is actually what enables us to get done. What needs to be done? We just do it in a different way. We're in the middle of one of those things right now. Some people call it corona virus. And here's something that I've noticed over the last week. That is a huge opportunity for podcasters in the last week outside of taking walks around my neighborhood. I have left my house twice once to get food at the Grocery. Getting a lot of stuff sent me through the mail through ups but about every three weeks right now. I'm making a run to the grocery went. There took my life in my hands to go get some gluten free dairy free cruelty free something or another and earlier today trying to save some lives. I went to donate blood. Both places wore masks. As is the thing right now. Today I'd one made out of a Bandana and a coffee filter. I look like I was about to rob a bank in Dodge city. Something that I noticed in both places this when you are wearing a mask you miss a lot. And they're a couple of ways of this works first of all. You can't hear as well since the sound coming from other people is muffled so you got to work around that you could get closer with. Don't do that now. So the way to get around it talk louder. Also you can't see the subtle cues known as facial expressions that we normally see had a lady today. I thought she was pissed at me. Maybe not I duNNo. I showed up about fifteen minutes early to give blood. She was out there laying down the law about taking appointments and she can only take a few people at a time and I'm just GonNa have to wait their wait outside until she's ready for me. So here's what I said to her. A Ham not mad. I didn't expect to come in. I just got here a little bit early. I know you can't see my expression with the mask on but I'm happy to wait. I was smiling behind that coffee filter in the BANDANNA I was smiling I was glad to be there. Just glad. Get Out of the House and she was really great after that. The point these mask the we're supposed to be wearing and hopefully are wearing are great opportunities for us as podcasters to get clear on the words that we use to get more comfortable about speaking up and sharing our truth right now. These mask giving US permission if you will to over explain things to us more words and maybe as necessary normally you can use different words than you normally would try different things. You can speak louder than you normally would. It's probably less likely to come off his shouting. Because you're not as close to people and also because of that muffled sound in all of these things are going to help your podcasting quick side note about this if you read my book. You've heard me mention this. If you haven't read it big PODCAST DOT com slash book has more information. This is one of the reasons that I recommend that. People with audio only podcast. Podcast like this one that goes in your ears. You don't see me as I'm doing it that when you are recording your audio only podcast. Even if you're doing interviews you do it via audio only. Don't bring in video into something that isn't going to be consumed via video. Because you have these nonverbal cues that you get when you're making that podcast that will not be heard by the people who listened to the audio only version you want to make your podcast as close to the same way as your listeners will consume it so to summarize this. Here's the big opportunity that you as a podcast or can work on right now. You can over explain things you can get more detailed for example you can let people know how you feel rather than just showing them by smiling. They can't see the smile so you can say something like hey no problem. I'm just glad to be out of the house. I'd be happy to sit outside and wait. We call it theater of the mind. They can't see it they can hear it and because of that they're able to visualize it themselves. You can use different words. You can change how you communicate and also you can speak louder.
Easy Money For Podcasters
"I'm David. Hooper in an urban neighborhood. Talked about it before you can sit on my porch. Sit on the steps leading up to my House. You can see the sidewalk in front of my House. And it's not uncommon. Certainly not right now. We're all quarantined. See Somebody taking a break from being cooped up inside their house walking down the sidewalk and that's not just during the quarantine it's anytime I live with what you call a walking neighborhood few years ago. I'm outside mowing my lawn. See A guy ruling up a wheelchair. He's with the dog is he. Comes to my house. The dog enters my yard and immediately takes a huge dump. I got this old guy in a wheelchair on the sidewalk in front of my house. A dog taken a huge dump and I'm trying to mow the lawn. Normally in this situation you might have a guy's got a bag so sorry man. Let me get that. This dude can't do it so it's a little bit awkward. What am I gonNA do get mad about it? No I laughed about. Hey Man stalks fertilizing my yard. I try to be nice. Trying to be neighborly so we talked for a while the small talk. He says he lives a street over and he introduces himself. He says my name is James Brown and you know what I said. Said like the singer and he was like hey say yeah like the singer actually believe it or not. I used to work with him. It turns out this guy's an old school urban radio. Dj It's an am station in Nashville an AM radio. If you don't know it used to be big. Am radio was big bounce off the stratosphere it will go everywhere you can pick it up so much farther than you couldn't FM signal. In fact they didn't even have. Fm Am was big as it was. This am station. It's still around today. It is maybe best known as the radio station. Where Oprah Winfrey got her start. People don't know this about Oprah very some people do I might have mentioned it. Oprah's from Nashville. She went to high school here. Another Weird Oprah connection. My father was her speech teacher in that high school. East high school so anyway. Am radio back in the day. When James was there it was big. It was big when he said he worked with the James Brown. It was because this was the big urban radio station. They call it black radio at the time in Nashville and they would bring these artists into Nashville. They would do promotions for them. They would pack venues and it wasn't just James Brown. He worked with the Eisley brothers every time I would see him. He had headphones on. I used to work with them. He had all sorts of great stories. But if you were looking at him now you would never know that you would see this old guy in a wheelchair with a little bitty dog over the next few years. Because I've got a dog because James was one st over I would see him all the time all the time it always be hanging out wearing headphones listening to music little dog always at aside and because. I'm walking my dog. That little dog will come. Greet s would stop we chat. We both loved music. We both loved dogs and every time he would chat he would have a story. It wasn't always about radio. But being radio myself. I'll get him. Show me how he would do. Intros an out does that old school urban dj way just to see how he would do it. And I would often tell him I would say man. I've got to get my recorder over here and get this on tape. And he always say something now. No that's I don't do that anymore. That's who I used to be. That was years ago last year. I was out in my car drove by his house. And I see a u haul and I was like man James Moven. He got sick of all this development. That was another thing that we talk about about how the neighborhood had changed. She'd been here fifty sixty years more or less grown up in this neighborhood and my father take it back to connection with. My father also grew up in this neighborhood. Just a street over from James was so I've got a connection to this neighborhood to talk about that and James Van. I guess he just got sick of this development because they're always threaten into tears house down. You know that story. Gentrification is what we call it anyway parked. My car immediately went to James's House and they're all these people in their moving stuff out. But no James and there's this dude on the couch and I asked him so what's up and he said James is dead and I was like it was disappointing because he was a friend of mine. This guy's retired as seem all the time I'm working from home. I'm walking my dog. He's out rolling around with his dog. We teach each other all the time and I was like. Oh that's not going to be the same. He's my connection to the neighborhood. You know but also thought about this story that he had and about how I missed that opportunity that history that radio history and those intros and those out rose and the way things used to be in the things that I could learn from him and I've talked about things like this before you now have missed air checks from Great Radio Legend. Here in Nashville. Because I was too scared to do it and with this it was just one of those things that I never got around to that guy that I talked to who sit on his couch. That was his son and we talked about me trying to get some James Air checks recordings. I'm still working on that. A check in with the station the owner of the station. They don't have anything. This was way back before everything was recorded but there are a lot of old air checks out there and James was really popular as a DJ at one time. He didn't go by the name. James Brown for obvious reasons. He went by the name. J Albert Brown. It was weird because he was living among people. That didn't know who was because of that. But sometimes I mentioned it to these older guys in the neighborhood and said you know James Brown a radio. Dj and they'd be the WHO J. Albert Brown. The Oh man. Jail rebrand live here. They didn't even know but they knew him. So sure. There are some recordings out there somewhere. I'm looking for them. There are a lot of people collect air checks. They're out there. I'm still GONNA look but I want you to think about this. This is why bring it up. We take for granted that there is so much on tape these days but there's also a ton of stuff that is it. It's not online. It's not written down on paper. Sometimes the people that might have been on tape there known in different ways than they are now and we don't even know they're around us. We don't know how to look them up. We don't know where to look them up. Maybe the only place they did exist is in the minds of people right now because of covert nineteen one of the things that people are thinking. A lot about is deaf and the importance of relationships. And if you've got the time you definitely have the skills you could be somebody who gets a lot of this important stuff. These stories this history. The intros in Altos of an old radio. Dj that we could all learn from. You could get that stuff on tape. Maybe it's from your family. Maybe it's from your friends. Maybe it is something that you could turn into a business. Think about that. We are on the edge of a lot of people. Dying people. Dial the time. James didn't die from Cova Nineteen. He died because he was old. He didn't take care of himself and one day. You're here and you've got these stories and you can share them with people and you can make friendships and the next day that's gone. It is gone. You can be the one to archive some of this with your skills with the equipment that you already have. You may be familiar with story core. This is an NPR show. They have a great APP. The story core APP that will guide you through a story core style interview. That's where people interview their family interview. Their friends interview people that they know and they get great interview. So if you're a little iffy on interviewing that's not the kind of podcast that you do. Sto Or Y. C. O. R. P. S. That's how you spell it. You can look up that APP. They will guide you through an interview. And maybe you just open up that Mike and let somebody talk. It doesn't have to be perfect to be meaningful. No real marketing device on this one but an opportunity for you. If you are looking to make money with your podcasting skills and definitely an opportunity for you to help humanity out so we don't lose some of the stuff
Fauci: 'I don't understand' why all states are not under stay-at-home orders
"Dr Anthony Fauci director of the National Institute of allergy and infectious diseases and a prominent member of Donald trump's coronavirus task force said he believes that all states should have a stay at home with all states orders in place to help stop the spread of coronavirus during a CNN segment a network anchor person Anderson Cooper asked though cheap knowing the science does it make sense to you that some states are still not issuing said home orders while asking the question the quick screen showed a map of the U. S. states that have yet to issue such orders Alabama Arkansas Iowa Missouri Nebraska North Dakota South Carolina South Dakota Utah Wyoming Hooper said whether there should be a federally mandated directive or not I guess that's more of a political question but just scientifically does everybody have to be on the same page with this stuff yeah about she said I think so Anderson I don't understand why that's not
The Latest: AP source: Onyemata will re-sign with Saints
"Though the signings won't be official until at least Wednesday and it felt free agency began with a bang Monday the Miami Dolphins made one of the biggest splashes by agreeing to sign cornerback Byron Jones linebacker Kyle van Noy defensive end Shaq Lawson an offense of linemen Eric flowers the browsing tackle Jack Conklin and veteran quarterback case Keenum and are said to be close to signing tight end Austin Hooper the jets boosted their offense of line with tackle George fant no word yet on the biggest free agent of all Tom Brady I'm Tom Mariam
Arizona Cardinals land DeAndre Hopkins, send David Johnson to Houston Texans in blockbuster trade
"To this between the Laremy Tunsil. Judean clowney and Deandre Hopkins Straight. The Texans received Laremy Tunsil. Kenny Stills David Johnson Jacob Morton Bahr Bark alias Mingo a second of third to force and six and just for that they had to give Davian cloudy De'andre Hopkins a corner named Johnson Batum Mosey Julian. Dave import two first round picks and forth they shipped out. Clowney Hopkins and two first round picks.
What could TE Austin Hooper bring to Packers offense?
"Was a report from. I think it was robbed a mosque. Who covers the Green Bay packers and he made you know at least the packers are aware that they need more pask actors? They reportedly planned to add two of them via free agency and the draft. And you can certainly get a bunch. But I'm not sure that the guy that he talked he said they're played into. Target Austin Hooper. I'm not sure that's what Aaron Rodgers really needs. I would rather see somebody more explosive. I don't know what you think about that but either released Jimmy Graham who's just Zaslov signing for them. I would note that Matlin. Flair was the Falcons quarterbacks coach when Austin who was a rookie in two thousand sixteen in Atlanta But Yeah I. I don't know I'm not sure awesome. Hooper is exactly what fixes. What's wrong with Green Bay right now? Which is clear. It's Green Bay at margin only feels comfortable throwing to Davante Adams. Yeah I think they're awesome. Hooper would be fine signing You give the packers a solid possession tight end just really reliable. Almost eighty percent career catch. Ray Can block enough from a dynasty standpoint. He would block J Sternberg who drafted in the third round. This past year in. I mean I really liked him coming at a at a Texas. A&m But you know. Yeah he he would be a big roadblock in the way of j Sternberg. I'm completely with you. Though in Syria I mean I. I think that they should sign two guys. I mean I think that Al Having Allen Lazard as your number two option. The passing game isn't good enough and I think that even if they signed someone like Austin Hooper. I think should go robby Anderson. You know I think that Robbie Anderson Opposite Davante Adams would give them Just a completely different dynamic in their passing game. I think that they need some any they I think they need an explosive field stretcher. And Yeah if I was. I would focus on a guy like Robin Anderson. I mean mark has vowed is scant laying in theory had the skill set to be that guy but he just did not take a second year. Yeah there were some reports from Our friend Matthew Berry had noted that era jittery like Salazar staff-related Allen. So I think they're going to add a wide receiver for sure. But for now I would consider Allen Lazard the front runner for the number two wide receiver job. Assuming they don't add anybody which then was certainly
"hooper" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"Hyphenated. Now what does that Urban fiction anyway? Here's a great change right rest in peace. And that's all for him but the foods here how that's right you understand. It's appropriate blessings. A by the way different different guy. Well should have stopped. Mike Kaplan follow online twitter and Instagram M. Y. Q. Kaplan the website is Mike Kaplan dot com. His podcast is Broccoli and coconut cream. Now hold on. That's not exactly the name. It's all metaphor download Broccoli and ice cream. I've on their. You're nice. I'm on there. What did he. What did you think was easier the interviews me or Keith? You Guys I love you. I love you both differently. All everyone wants their own You got I mean by the way when you interviewed her ex husband I mean. Hey they're all adults I I don't know the story I don't so I don't have all the information maybe ended up great. You don't know you know if you don't sit down with somebody behind somebody's back. I mean these are all great questions. What is your kids address again? I do because I like both Broccoli. And Paul Hooper twitter and instagram. Paul the twitter is Paul Hooper. The instagram with the thirst traps. And I do mean it. This kind of shows balls Dick Everything. Would you put your Dick on instagram under? Yeah awesome that would be fun. The website is Paul Hooper. Comedy DOT COM is hiking. Podcast.
"hooper" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"Fucking blow job was long term. I don't understand this. Did she get locked? Okay no it's fine. Finish myself because I I think. An issue lifelong prostrated honestly at Thirty minutes. You don't just tap around the head and say thank you but even better myself or like little ry literally slaughter rule. You know like you've been playing long enough and like it's not like there's this other team is going to come back at some point it stops being enjoyable and just sort of becomes documentary seal training like Hell Week. Yes like I wanNA finish it for her. I don't know just because you're supposed to finish things in life I have to say it's a good quality. Woman was giving me a blow job for an hour and a half. You got you marry her. That's common moved in together while that was happening. Now she's got to be crying at Minna. Forty-five wasn't wasn't blowing me. The whole time after twenty minutes she probably stopped and I just had to take care of it and she just was like okay and then maybe dip back in ten minutes later tries to two minutes and then stop again now. Let's try to go when she tries for the third time do you know please don't but then she does anyway and it's horrible because you feel like. I feel like I have. I'm like we can pull this off and the problem is is that you have an in u. It in me coming up distracted by something No no no not at all one enjoy. I just feel like I lose sensation or I'd feel the novelty value of sex whereas office. I'm not impressed by a lot of things in life even sex. It's like after a certain point. It's like amazing the first three minutes but then like everything. It sort of dies down. Let me ask you this. What's better than coffee? Okay really pushing me on that back against the wall here. I have my coffee. I love coffee but it's not perfect. There's like super tasters who have great sensitivity things. Maybe you're like the opposite. Maybe you're just like everything's fine. You know nothing. You mean depression. Yeah I mean you see him. I mean how are you are you? Are you generally content? The World No no personally accepted that too. I feel like I'm better than a lot of people with this like I know I know. Depression anxiety go hand in hand. But I never WANNA lay in my bed all day. I just like pacing and going what the fuck is going to happen in my heart races a lot but I get I go out and do things your cardio. Yeah that makes sense. But I don't ever lay in bed for a day and so I can get through this kill myself. You're not dead. You're like the walking dead. Yeah I guess but I honestly I'm just exiling like that one sometimes the jogging dead. You when you hear people are stuck in bed from anxiety. Are they like a joke to you if you had real anxiety you'd be pacing about no? I think that's depression or something. So I I get it. I respect that. Something is a chemical imbalance. I never felt I. Just get so worried in panic. I just don't even have that anymore. You know what it is. I'm a better place now because I've accepted. Life will be uncomfortable till the end. That's fair and I'm like just it'll be good days and good moments but you're not going to get three months of just everything going right or even a week so now. I'm like okay. Fuck but what is going wrong. When you're like what is going wrong in your life with sex now general nothing right now like too much other than the entertainment industry. So that's never right but like that's just never make sense and it's fucking lawless and corrupt and money's hard to come by so that that's not just as it is life and then but that so but I still like. I like doing comedy more than ever. Okay you know. Marlon does pest control and refrigeration. Doesn't seem so bad does a Borelli. Doesn't you know but high comedy still? I think he's unhealthy. Thank you all right. This is good. This is good good scream. I appreciate also healthy so I've got a great health Dr Going. That is nice yes so I don't think so. I mean oh I see friends I have friends like really ah I think. What do you mean by friends too many? You'll need to get down to three like. Would you say we're pals yes we're pals curse me through text all the time you play poker and I'm like I'm out of town. You like fuck you talk in front of ten people. Well He'd let me down the tender feelings. You hit me up on the side. Hey everybody I can't thank Damn Shit. You're on invited. Sorry the next one look like an asshole he does go on. I'm running a little bit late today. He goes on literally goes. I don't give them with my life. It really made me happy. You're like fuck you. Ten people You can follow up Paul Online at Paul Hooper. He tweeted at one time. I had a girlfriend. Tell me if you won't marry me I'll find someone who will I send her husband? Flowers today was on Valentine's Nice Story. That is true. She told me that and she did get married. She broke in October of that year and was engaged by Christmas. That is a quick. That's quickness that yes that Christmas two months later Christmas yes so. I'm like first week October on the road. Get the phone call. We're done never saw again. And then she was engaged through social media. Sushi's engagement Christmas and I was close with her family. So I'm always there's so many questions of like does no one in the family even go. Hey there was a duty religion with like. I don't know fifty two days ago. Who's this also? If I was a new guy I would not marry a woman who was living with another man. Sixty days ago that would be the complete turn off. I'm like how do I know she loves me? Is there any foul play that you sense? If they were cheating thing. He was in the military in California. We live in North Carolina. And I gotTA respect that Slim. Do what they do. These sold the Jo and the truth is and people always ask that. They like because that timeline. I'm like I hope they were cheating because otherwise that's extremely reckless to mid October married by Christmas. But they were fucking for eight months. Otherwise it's fucking. I hope two years two years at least fingers crossed. You hope that you were secretly cuckolded. The whole time retroactive So they're still together. I think I don't know I don't know if you've got to have you been watching. Love is blind now. I saw the commercial for it. We just talked about it the other day in part of what we realized is that blind part everybody's conventionally hot and not even just conventionally hot in like a symmetric way in a. I'M UP TO DATE WITH MY CLOTHING. Like we're all sort of dressing the same. We all have the same style on the same reference of pop culture like you basically two clones of each other and said don't look you might not like the way this person looks but it's not that big a deal probably all vapid I'm guessing so you can't go wrong what you're saying. Yeah they all have like a a middle of the road. Hotness like a super hotness but a middle of the road personality and who gives a shit well the one of the fun parts is that there are still people who are not attracted to like a woman. Who's like there's One cup. I'm sorry to spoil things but there's a couple where it seems to like. I'm watching with my girlfriend. And she's like that guy is like classically like perfectly good looking like model good looks and the woman is like she's totally fine and then like by the end of it. The woman is like I've never really felt anything for this guy like she's like I like like him like a friend and so it was like and then there's a woman who is like. I can't believe that this guy is ten years younger than me. That's GonNa be a problem for. Everyone is only problem for her. And it's I mean it's really it's like a what. Macdonald has done for flavor like these people have done for realities like it almost doesn't make sense most of the time and I couldn't stop watching it. I I can't get into these. Tv shows until they legally have to get married and stay married. I mean this is. This is the closest to that okay. It's just also that MacDonald's is is really a good comparison. It's just it's like you have these people who are shut down to the world who are just regular people were all pretty shutdown unless we really prior ourselves open right and they're coming in and all of a sudden they have all the feelings that they've never had for a person that somebody else hooked them up with who doesn't know them so all of a sudden it's like I've never felt this way before your two weeks with cameras on you like that's not love that's just like infatuation of attention it's A forced reality. Most people are doing even without cameras like this couple. That's what I'm saying like that's the the humor that's what people to. I don't know how many people are watching and being like this doesn't seem like the way to do it and I'm also a person that's like said I love you to somebody. Four days in moved in three months later when I was young. Yes on the open up. Maybe that should be the dating show. Just see if you can do five years by yourself being so goddamn you should do this. Start now recording. Should I know love is blind? Deaf can't smell can't touch like love has no senses. Love is alone very master. Batori people people are doing that. I think you know I think it is kind of. I think love is a drug because you you start racing you start changing the way you act the way you feel like. I'M NOT SAYING THAT. Good love or the kind of love that we're really looking for but it happens. It's like this in love face. It's not even love. Yeah it's in love that's exactly right. It's the phase of euphoria of. I'm not telling my bad things yet and you can't react to that that's twelve year old we action. Well it's good to be aware of like there's this book that my girlfriend read that I've read some slut. No not that one. The road read one book. The road less traveled And it's they read that it defines love as like the choice that you make like after all of the like chemicals wear off after like a year and a half and you're like okay now now we're this is who we are. Do we want to be together even when it's not feeling the best even when it's not you know those sparks. Do you still want to do heroin? When it's not doing that thing that it does it sure right like you stop drinking alcohol absolutely did and now you stopped being in love so you just get rid of all the time my girlfriend said. Do you love me? And I'm like I don't know it's infatuation period. Let's we got away to that. It's true though. That's why you know three to six months. Don't get married at least give yourself that long for to come down from the high that you haven't felt before or did or chasing I heard about. There's like these different points at which over the years relationships like there's clusters of ending relationships and after a year. Because that's like one of the one of the out like one of the off-ramps yeah and then there's like three years is one and then like seven years is one and like after seven years like most people keep going you know. Obviously there's so many that don't do that but certainly like I got. I got married after a year and a half like we got engaged at eleven months because it was the first time that I didn't want to get off the relationship highway a year and I'm like this must be it like I didn't know that there were so many more levels to the game. There's this woman who's an expert on relationships she's talks about infidelity and stuff like that and she says that people as their Perot. Yes we'll have three big loves or three big relationships mostly on the average and that she has had them with her husband. So you gotta like not only. Are you in different relationships with different people but if you do stay with the same person you have to recognize that they will change and you'll change and you have to like we get together probably three times along the span of certain amount of decades and? I think that's something you know. Because are you really what you were when you're twenty so if you got married like ten twenty years ago so you WanNa revisit what you like like at all Vegan. You know where you lucky for her again. Yes yes well. That's I mean. That is the unfortunate. The unfortunate or exciting thing about life is that I feel like when when I was a kid. You're growing literally and so you're like okay. Everything's changing and then you get to be an adult and you're like okay then we're set on then you got to be an adult and you're like Oh you know and you get. I mean it would be boring if you start if you like. What am I done? What am I done like listening about myself in life's And a lot of people are like. Oh let's just stop here where I have all the money and the power and everybody else skin kick. It always think of like the dicks or something but people still really buy into like you meet you fight through it and not that you should leave. After the honeymoon period is down but do we.
"hooper" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
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"hooper" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"You can think of here. He is. Paul Hooper Oh man I love you guys. You are keys in the girl favourite and ours. Ah Yeah and it makes me feel good. Yeah people ask us about you because you're so curmudgeonly in your in your art shall we say and you are the nicest sweetest person. It's a lot of people go like. What's Paul like in person and it's like we just say he's a fuck face to so you've mcvay season? Keep your brand. You know. That's right but he has a big heart. I have a big heart. Yeah well here's what I'm learning when we have comics to the theme this week. That simple seeing is a skill and I didn't realize that you know. We all sang Happy Birthday Dan Whatnot. You're not so bad did you take music client nailed it first time for one. Take no I didn't. I took a music class in elementary school. Because you've had to. I never had as an elective. I never would have taken it but it was like fourth or fifth grade. They made us go and play those recorders flute. Type Shit hit to play that and then you had to sing in front of the class. That was one of those things. Hit a sing together which I could fake and then you had to sing solo well Ryan that. That was the test it was a big test for the. I don't know what it's called an elementary school but it was like an end of the year. I'd you it was awful. It was so bad. I SORTA refuse to sing in front of the class last like Solo. So she's like you come back. She's like she could since I was nervous. Kid She's like maybe come back like one on one after school come back and came back and I was still so jammed up. I couldn't couldn't sing in front of her. She's like just try one of those things like just try. You can do it. And it wasn't a matter of the quality of it but I was like I can't I can't i. Can't it would real collapse. And then she gave me like an easy or some bullshit. Swear to guys the only time I've seen a fucking e is a great. I swear she wrote e like my family I remember. What's this mean right? They they fail. They go from D you too. F- what's the knee and like I don't know I don't know what fucking kids problems. It the ease the note he couldn't hit. Yeah yeah but I remember. She wouldn't let me talk it out. You know like you try to talk sing. She wouldn't accept that because I get the words. If she's like you gotta try. She really wanted me to take that chance. That leap and I couldn't ten year old in the girl show. I put a little something into that though not as scared anymore. Well I took chorus because I figured it was an easy class is but then of course there is the big concert and I wasn't paying attention at all as sending notes around so I would just mouth what I think. The words are perfect. I took chorus and and I can actually sing and I get nervous. That I'm to show off. He so I took it down a notch. which is so stupid? Do you scratch your voice like a instead of like really singing. I'll half ass it so that I'm not being like a Weirdo Pesident. That's just a weird teacher notice or not. There's too many kids to no no. I had to try out and so even at half I not hitting off notes or anything. I'm doing fine but you know I didn't get any of the Solos Solos I didn't. She didn't really recognize me as a singer at all and I just kind of went into the background which is not fun at all. Oh I didn't know if the trial Oh yeah now. It's a talented. It's everybody gets into this. I saw your twitter account. I of course follow it at Paul Hooper and back in September. There's a picture of you on stage with the Great David Hasselhoff. Yes and you write been lucky enough to study under the great comedic greats of Hasselhoff. Aw people weren't with Carlin House frustrating when they put in one of these actors that just wants a little attention and it's David Hasselhoff and friends and you've been doing this for how long. Yeah it's frustrating. I mean that was like a taping for the author David Hasselhoff so they always had a celebrity host. Oh so you don't do it one time so you didn't know a few people like a few weeks later. Pamela Anderson did it I think. Sometimes they'd have like a real nor McDonald. Do it like a real comic. But he just you know celebrities that would do five or ten. Some couldn't do comedy Hasselhoff which he did five or ten minutes of common understand it. Was this weird. Stick like baywatch steamship. With like the life preservers he came out and just sorta slow motion runs. He almost he went through the crowd wasted. Some time went up rambled and then it's just no one expects too much from from him. So he's eating a hamburger off the floor. Yeah everybody I thought about saying something about it when it went on stage. But I'm just like no I don't WanNa get sidetracked but I remember during the rehearsal. They just like Oh. We're going to run through this. You're going to bring up the teleprompter and then you're gonNA bring up first comic second company so he'd bring us up your door intros and then he would stand on stage. He wouldn't leave. Leave the stage. So we're all like you see not.
"hooper" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra
"Chase Hooper showing some grit showing. Some toughness had beautiful ground and pound. Great you Jitsu and submission attempt after after submission attempt your winner by unanimous decision chased hooper. How good I am and I know it's GonNa take everyone out there to learn how good I am very guys? Welcome to UFC unfiltered Jimmy. What's up Oh my cranky? Today I didn't sleep well last night so I'll tell you I'm I'm a bitch. Today I drove home from Philly last night after a GIG and I just couldn't the sleep now I went to bed about twelve. Just it was literally. I couldn't get comfortable. I can feel like my head was itchy. It was one of those things where you just can't fall asleep. I could could I could I could relate to you with that I was I was near. I was in Ac on Saturday night Oh me longer. What if you guys fighting you know and You know They did they did. Great Dennis Zucca that a spirit about the young kid. Kid Did spitting fucking elbow that laid the guy out which was beautiful. I'll probably spend. You GotTa really hurt. Oh my God. Oh the jaw. Hey right in the fucking face. I think it was his temple. I got to see it again. I was case. Is You know. And then What's rains name? I didn't WANNA royalties. He's he's noodles but long ago did great guy these Ryan Patrick. Hope I said it right is listening but is it wrestling guys. Why Been Good Kids Ryan? Brian happy. He wanted dominating fashion. And then there was Charlie Campbell basically got held up against the cage and and no marks on them but he he he got out pointed that way but he definitely fucked up the dudes face. So if you'RE GONNA go out leash go out like that and learn something from it but Jimmy Irish so I had to come home. I like the I like to spend Sunday with my family. Sure so I left at like six in the morning but I didn't good either Jimmy and all about all good so the only reason I don't know if they're going out to eat with these guys and you know that was cool and but then get back to my room and I was just like I. I don't either sleep. I don't want him on the road you know. Sometimes it takes me a day or two at a moment there for a night Josh. Yeah so I got to last rest. Stop Jimmy You know around one hundred the next to last one took a fucking half an hour napa crazy. I wish I could do that. You'll do that in the car. Never I would never do it in in a car but I do in my truck. Does that make sense. Like somebody can't really come up to the window. But they have to like peeking on their toes. Or as I had to. They're not gonNA be able to come up. And you know maybe fucking son of Sammy some shit like you know what I mean like maybe could but you know it's all Michael Jordan's follow it has. That's right yeah so I took a half an hour. I set my long for eight thirty. So let me just fucking because my dude my father-in-law zero. He drives the fuck in Florida. Like conine often. He doesn't like how many times has a house there. He's back and forth like how to shoot. I'M NOT AC. My eyes are getting tall. You drive to fly fly but they'll probably take it in two days right. No no they go straight shot. Wow did they take naps. I don't know man. Maybe him and Uncle Tony. How okay once assists foul on drives? Maybe I couldn't do that. I could never sleep while someone else was driving. I'd be too afraid. He's the kill. Well I used to be able to buy my roaches would feature. I go sell and is taking naps. Sometimes he was driving. But I don't do that anymore no no I don't trust Geragos driving. I don't blame you you the type who would get angry very fast asks well. He's the type that was the big trucks. Fold that of us. I don't know and we'd be dead. I don't like to let him drive. I don't trust him again. This is Dr. No you know but I'll tell you right now. My wife is very nervous when I drive. And unless we get into fights and we get she's getting very close to the side my get hit anything but you know she backseat drive. Oh one hundred percent in the front seat driver it's annoying you know and then also let hard-drive but then she gets a little road rage so now I'm like all right my wife the sweetest thing. the she gets nasty behind the person's an asshole day. Whoa you you know that person just well? I'm not nervous when I'm Joe I'm telling you right now you bog at the she'll be like I'll kick his ass but we'll you really. Would you really kick his ass no and Scott Children Anyway so stop it right out of the car man. I don't WanNa have to smack anybody around you try to defuse the situation nation commonly I could defuse it. I would definitely try that. You know I mean but I you know I probably pointed him and then point to my head I it. She's crazy. Come on women driving. Only kidding I listed. It's just too much I don't need. I don't like the book sometimes you so you can pull out in front of somebody who doesn't mean the person's a fucking asshole. Maybe they are. Maybe maybe they just made the wrong call. That's right you know what I mean. But we're GONNA make several calls today. What a segue excellent Segue we learned from the best a very young feather way chase super? I didn't realize that he had no you see fights I know he was on the contenders series. That's a big car. They must really like this kid. Because that's a very very big card. They could put anybody anybody they want on it. And they're putting him on the on the prelims so they must have as fighting Daniel Taymor so they must have complete faith in him that he that he's he's the real deal Jimmy. I just had a real deal I should be. You should hit me once in a while or just open hand slapped my face when I say things like the real deal. Mega van the Holyfield. You see the real deal. He was yes good call. I would've forgot how many people you know people our age remember they do. Yeah Yeah I've interviewed interviewed Holyfield. He's a lovely man. I don't think he'll remember me. You know what is known. Maybe he will. He will remember me because I was the foul mouth fucking New Yorker Breath. Who's Kersey and I got? I got specific instructions. Not The curse in front of the gentleman and then that that time on Dana White looking for a fight the very first pilot episode that that that That announced that I was at Douchebag so yeah so I ended up just cursing the guy out and I felt I felt bad because you know. He's Nice Guy Mandalay feeling. He's a very nice guy but we're all grownups. Yeah I mean come on for Titan potty mouth we getting chase on the chase how are you man. What's up chasing good? Welcome to the show. Where are you now? I'm a house just hanging on my bed. I just woke up like an argus. We'll part of the country Seattle West Coast. Okay cool if you're on the east coast. I'm surprised so you're in camp. Now Yeah you at. What time will you get started? I'M GONNA probably go with it like ten or eleven in our to I start my day slow. You write your young guy to obviously that's people say like you were the youngest guy ever signed the the. UFC contract is that correct. That's pretty like pretty sketchy. I'm pretty sure like veto was like eighteen or nineteen go. You know. I'll tell you what we thought that a prep sheet incorrectly. That Sarah recognized that because matt is a emma may genius check check online though and it did back our guys up So I'm GonNa Trust you and Matt more than Wikipedia. Well I liked it. This kid has knowledge like now. Now Chase you grew up being being so you nine hundred twenty nine. What aww? He's twenty twenty four all right. Why did I answer when you asked him? I'm sorry chase he's right there and I answered for makeup early. I'm an idiot you grew up. Did you grow watching mixed martial law's how will you when you started watching and then how old were you when you start a training. I probably started washing about the same time I started training. So like like probably like eight years old So is the fights from probably around like two thousand seven two thousand eight that type of like timeframe named Mike Forrest Griffin when he was in his prime Z dot. What did you start with? Just everything or specific art started with Jitsu Jitsu. I feel like that definitely shows and a lot of fights nonce. Well who's your instructor. And where did you train I'm not a combat sport and fitness here here in enumclaw Washington. Probably don't do imply remember the Mr Hand stuff. That was actually got you by the way. Okay Mr His name. Was Kenneth Opinion. He was a Boeing engineer. And there was a horse involved. It was an ugly death match. Yeah Okay Farm was where you where you live that were the formulas where he was from. Yeah yeah wait a second and how it happened where you are thinking about. Probably that most people probably would wanNA watch and what other people might kid eight minutes to me to the thing. I thought it was funny. It was the only thing I saw a worse. Horsing in the Godfather was this the I was really a horrifying y. You're from that so all right. Do you know where that place is. Could you pass by that in your life in going out. That's the place you got to change. The REP is police. Sekely as more like the thing you find out about middle school. I vaguely know the area and Yeah excites a big story. In the town it is right. No listen this has nothing to do with anything but he just said Middle School now. I want to see if it's my age chase do you. Does anybody ever say junior high anymore anymore. No not the people my age. It's definitely switched it. It's middle school. Gold motherfucker my kids were young. They're ten and eight and six six but my ten year old dad. It's not junior high. It's middle school. You sound so old. I listened relax. I thought school to notice shooting as well but I mean all right anyway back to chase all right. So what are you into such a young age. You just want to do it or had you had a fight or did you get picked on or what. What made you want to train a quiet in the corner in like I don't know like being able to beat people up sounded cools a little kid and I thought I was GonNa go on and do some like karate type ship but it it was so is a lot different than I thought it was a good time I started started.
"hooper" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"Your fucking mind and you'd be like what the fuck is this bullshit garbage bridge. Tell we can tell five rhythms get out. He's already sorry we're busy. We're setting up our gun. Stand pulitzer free. If you know what i mean in the friendliest asmussen i went. I went to ten day silent. Let ritchie and keep goes on purpose. Go like i just bike to work and he goes to somebody make you do it was like a traffic tickets. You got satellite retreats like a nervous breakdown. People going to your europe. Someone broke your heart. What's wrong. The shave your head. The head stay in the states need to go to prague fucking breakdown. We all have some help downs hooper. You can follow online twitter. Instagram twitter account is paul hooper. The instagram is paul with an e paulie hooper. Okay that about what i had paul hooper comedy. I thought that's is like boring and generic for comedians paul e hooper. That's my name. Take the comedy off. Everything your name your about real nece one day. It's pointless career. I want yoga teacher. Rachel green. You can follow on twitter and instagram at the one the number one the one rachel green and you have something very exciting coming out. Yes thank you. I.
"hooper" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"Com slash v._i._p. It's keeps keith and the girl going and we're so proud of it and there's endless content content there and if you have the free keith and the girl up listen on the listen on the road listen on the go yeah it it makes you get your files. In order really sweet you can create a feat of your your own so you can get like the keith and the girl show too drunk minimum the last week and it all come out in order. It's really fun. That's true whatever you like like. Maybe my drunk stories makes you relapse that. You're not ready for that. Yeah so you leave that you can actually create the feed that you want so this way. If we put out a what's my name like i haven't put out a what's my name in a while but i found a good one that will pop up because because you subscribe to that too right and of course later this week you'll be able to hear the we in your feed like regular keeping the girls shows can also easily pass this other people by going to keep the girl dot com slash dad all the daddy males when i've been pretending on my ex wife talking to my dad hitting on him because my dad reached out up to my ex wife behind my back and i'm looking at when this whole thing started putting these clips together five months ago a long time to pretend tenure your ex-wife april eighteenth in that time his ex wife got engaged again like no joke time tone bell and rojo perez were on the i show when i brought up the data emails believe soon after that paul hooper joined us ladies and gentlemen featured on red eye h._b._o. Comedy festival festival bridgetown comedy festival gotham comedy live access t._v. Paul hooper hey now hey good man..
G. Willow Wilson Creator of Kamala Khan
"This episode g willow Wilson, she's a comic book author, and she wrote the first marvel comic with a young Muslim woman as the hero, Kamla, Han aka MS marvel. So when I was in high school, I was kind of a giant Goth. I was the kind of insufferable kid who, who would say that they were not actually cost the Gosper, too pretentious, and that I was above that of. But Nevertheless, I wore the really dark lipstick and like the fish nuts, and the pseudo Victorian jackets, that you could find like buffalo exchange. Yeah. I mean, if you looked up Goss in the dictionary, you would have found a photo of me somewhere. Fortunately, for me around the same time, sort of the late eighties early nineties, this British wave of very literary experimental comics started coming out. And I ran Pedley became obsessed, and one of my absolute favorite series, as was the case for a lot of people was Sandman by Neil Gaiman. Which took a World War, Two era, kind of be list, super hero and turned him into this mythological dream king who goes on adventures with all kinds of different, mythical creatures and kind of deconstructs, western mythology from a really interesting point of view. So, you know, for me as like a fourteen year old fifteen year old mega Goth this was huge and revelatory. Not just the story itself, but the medium of comics. Sandman told a kind of story in comic book form that I didn't really know was possible. It was kind of my first exposure to these more literary more adult kinds of comics, when I was a kid comics were still considered very much a kids, medium, and particularly a boys medium. There were not things that were marketed at girls. There were very few books out there that were adjacent to the superhero world that were marketed to adults so to see a comic book that was very clear and open in its love for that classics Hooper hero story. And yet, at the same time talked about Shakespeare and Chaucer and you know, brought in a very Joseph Cambell kind of U of mythology. Just expanded my understanding of what could be done within the pages of a comic book. I want to take a quick break to tell you about another podcast. I worked on it's called the big one your survival guide. We walk you through what it would be, like, if a major earthquake hit Los Angeles, and we help you understand what you need to know, to survive science and journalism, and immerses you and the experience of being in a huge earthquake. Don't be scared. We help you prepare. You can find it today wherever you listen to this show. Okay. Back to tell them. I am. So as I remember, the first time I found Neil, Gaiman Sandman, I was at the apartment of a friend. Who is I think about two years older than me and had graduated. And they were already living on their own. And so we're, we're very kind of cool and grown up in my eyes. You know, the, the people who live, there had also been giant Goths. So there were clove cigarettes, which were still legal at the time sitting around, and, ashtrays, and that's kind of always what it smelled, like, which I like the smell of. But it had that kind of late nineties, Goth aesthetic, every all the windows were kind of draped in, like, JoAnn fabric in sort of dark colors. It was it was just that kind of place. This apartment had a collective library of all kinds of great stuff, and they were all reading Sandman, and they had they'd just sort of made a rule, you can read whatever you want, but don't take anything out of the apartment. But because their library was so big. I was like, nobody will notice if I just kind of sneaked these back issues out and read them on my own, so I did. And. It was one of those reading experiences that, that kind of sticks out in your mind as being something for which there is a before. And an after he read this book. It made me feel a lot less grubby as a Goth it, oh, it was a very unabashedly Goth comic. And it was kind of cool to see something with such a huge cultural impact that was kind of headlined by this very Goth guy with white makeup, an extremely scruffy kind of Robert Smith, secure hair, and it was kind of a nice affirmation that you could do the stuff. And it you'd be kind of like a mopey teenager. And yet have cool stories that meant something, and that we're all to uplifting, and we're about hope. So, you know, it was in, in that sense. Nice to see Goths doing some kind of artistic service for, for the whiter were. The kind of storyteller that he was was very influential, and then as I got a little bit older. And I I saw him a couple of times back. This is back when he used to tour. I was also very impressed with the way that he approached writing and being a writer and it being a human being. There was one instance, in which I saw him along with a bunch of other really amazing comic book writers, including, I think Peter David, at MIT just a few days, not more than a week after nine eleven. Nine eleven happened just a couple of weeks after my nineteenth birthday at the beginning of my junior year of college. And he you know, I was I was very much a college student, I was kind of going through a late adolescent. What does it all mean phase, I become interested in, in religion and started to sort of rethink what I assumed about life, and purpose and are, are sort of our place in the universe. And like everybody, I think it was it was a tremendous shock. I think particularly people of my vintage kind of elderly millennials or Xeni, all's had never known a time when the US felt really threatened. The Cold War was kind of over, there was a sense that we were separate from the rest of the world or that nothing could ever interrupt. That period of prosperity into which we had been born and so nine eleven just massively shook the foundations of our generational experience and especially being in Boston at Boston University, the feeling of ongoing threat and vulnerability was quite high. Two of the planes had taken off from Logan airport. There are all kinds of rumors circulating that, there were still a terrorist cells in the city. And so it really did feel like a war zone in many ways, and it occurred to me, just sort of walking to class that this is the reality that so much of the rest of the world faces every single day. And somehow we have managed to avoid it for this long. And now here we are just like the rest of the world. as we did for a lot of things during those weeks after nine eleven we kind of hung around to see if this event was actually going to happen because a lot of them were cancelled. And it was clear that, yes, it was going to happen. It was still going on. So we, you know, we decided okay, well, we're not we're not going to give up this, this chance to see all of these amazing authors and artists on stage at the same time. And we decided yeah, we're going to go. We're going to we're going to do it, despite the sort of aura of anxiety and dread. That was kind of hanging over everything. What was interesting to me is the Neil Gaiman was the only one in his kind of opening words who never mentioned nine eleven once everybody on stage when they got up to talk that was what they talked about. It was it was about superheroes in nine eleven. You know, I think one of the people on stage envisioned this world in which wolverine was on the plane with the terrorists, and sort of got up and, and hit them with his finger spikes. And it kind of rubbed me the wrong way because I remember thinking, you know, this is not the time to pretend that are fictional heroes are gonna do us any kind of good. It's too real. It's a nice thought that yes. If we had these amazing heroes who were always in the right place at the right time that they would have saved us, but they didn't. And Neil Gaiman got up and never mentioned nine eleven once he just sort of told a story, I don't even remember what it was that he talked about. But by the end of it for about thirty seconds. We all forgot and in a weird way, I think that prepared us to have them were serious conversation versus the. Yeah. Wolverine would I've got him if you'd have been there, which, which just felt very tried to me. The reason that that stood out to me was because it illustrated, very neatly that for a storyteller in a time of great national tragedy upheaval. The way forward is not always the way through that sometimes we assume we're in a position to attack things head on. And yes, we're gonna fight, whatever it is or or get through whatever it is. And it's, it's very easy to blur the line at that point between storytelling and, and just sort of shallow saber rattling. But what he said at that time illustrated to me that it was possible to speak in a deeper key and not to pretend that you have the answers that you need all the answers. You know, everybody was was in an incredibly tense somber. Reflective mood, and it I think brought a lot of us especially who are about my age. I was eighteen at the time into the realization that we are all mortal that, that, that nothing that we think, is a turtle is eternal, and that the world may be didn't look the way that we had been taught growing up,
"hooper" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"Amy joy Hooper was one of three daughters. Born to parents, joy and Hollis Hooper. When Amy was born on November second nineteen seventy-one. Her sisters were quite a bit older. Holly was eight and sandy was ten so Amy was the baby of the family joy Hooper said that Amy was spoiled from all of the mothering and that her sisters treated her like a little baby doll. They actually took care of baby. Amy when their mother was ill for a time and was unable to do. So Amy was blonde with curly ringlets and Hazel is and as an adult. She was on the smaller side, she was maybe five foot three inches tall, the website that we discussed list her at one hundred and three pounds. But according to her family, she was quote about ninety pounds soaking wet the Hoopers lived in Columbus, and Amy attended Westland high school for a time, but Amy. Sisters, holly. And sandy tell us it, Amy and her mother joy clashed, a little when Amy was a teenager this for my understanding seems to be fairly normal for teenage girls, according to the family, some of this clashing had to do with a boyfriend whom the parents of viewed is abusive and Amy's mother joy was very concerned because Amy actually had been hit on two separate occasions by this boyfriend. Also, this boy's mother worked in the school cafeteria. And it sounds like she may have harassed Amy after Amy tried to break up with her son yet after Amy sophomore year at Wesleyan high school her parents are going to try to move her to get away from this douchebag well after being given a choice of where to live. She was offered the choice of living with either her aunt or her sister Amy decided to go out to California to live with her sister. Sandy, sandy moved out there in nineteen eighty two. The two sisters were very close despite. The ten year age difference between the two Amy did her junior year at high school in California and hung out with sandy and Sandy's boyfriend Ray, but after her junior year, Amy move back to Ohio and went to live with her aunt and a nearby town and graduated from a different high school. This would have been in nineteen eighty nine after graduating from high school, Amy moved back to Columbus and moved in with her mom, Hollis joy had very recently gone through a divorce. And although this was not acrimonious. It was a tough time for everyone Amy wanted to save money. So she could return to California to go to college. She loves fashion, and she looked for a job that would allow her to work in that industry. She got a job as a manager at a Wilsons leather store in the Westland mall, which many media reports refer to as Berman's leather because Berman's was bought out by Wilsons leather at some point. Well, she worked there for about six months a job that she reportedly loved, and she was very responsible never showing up late never missing a day of work. She also occasionally designed display windows for the Lazarus department store, she rode the bus. So she didn't have to spend money on a car one thing to know about Amy is that she'd loved animals and had a soft spot for anything furry at the time of her death. She had two cats that she had taken in articles about Amy state that she was very social had a lot of friends and was known to frequent a west side bar called coconuts. She also it has been reported dated black men almost exclusively like the abusive boyfriend from west on high school. This fact will become significant later also her family describes her as very trusting friendly. And although she was stubborn. She would stand her. Round when she needed to. Yeah. Now Amy's twenty and she's going to rent her own apartment. This starts on February seventeenth nineteen Ninety-two renting an apartment at forty nine forty to Medfield way in Lincoln village in Columbus. Now, even though this was an apartment, it wasn't a big high rise type building Amy's ground-floor apartment door opened into a grassy open area outside punctuated by a spider web of walkways leading between the various apartments and the street so to get to Amy's front door. Also had to do is walk up to it. There were no entrance ways gates outer doors or security measures whatsoever. These buildings were not quipped with security cameras Amy lease this apartment on her own but allowed a friend to move in with her rent-free. This is a woman whose name we don't know. But we do know that she had a small child the family isn't. Certain how Amy new this roommate? But her sister, sandy says Amy told them that she was going to let them live there. Really because she's just taking them in to help them Amy had a kind heart, and right and the woman in her baby really had nowhere to go. Who cares how they became friends at simply here's Amy she has a place. Here's a single mother. Hey, come stay with me for wall. Let's get you on your feet. It sounds like that maybe Amy tried to move this girl into her mom's house when she was still living there. But after a few days her mother was like, no, we're not having outsiders, come and freeload off of our family and just stay here. You know, this woman apparently didn't have a job at the time. Or at least that the family knew of so Amy rented the new apartment, and let her friend in the baby move in with her Amy in this room mate were really still getting settled at the time. Even Amy's mother had not visited the apartment yet because the women. Were still getting the place together, and they were actually lacking in the way of furniture at this time. Amy sister. Holly was also living in Columbus. But she was in a serious relationship with someone in Cleveland now on Friday, March sixth Holly plan to travel up to Cleveland to see her boyfriend. So she and Amy made some kind of arrangement where Amy would borrow Holly's car and take care of hollies dog for the weekend. It turns out that Amy one in the car. So that she could go up to see her boyfriend who was going to bowling green at the time. This was a young guy whose name we we won't use Holly did not want Amy driving, her vehicle all the way up to bowling green. So what happened is Amy borrowed her mother's car instead and left her sister's car with her mother for the weekend. Now, everybody has a car to use Amy did not tell her mother that she was planning on going to bowling green. And it seems that joy did not know about this boyfriend. She never met him. She only heard about him after Amy's death. And again, I'm going to bring up the fact that it's early nineties. So it's not like you have a lot of internet dating or a lot of ways of communication with some of these people that could be somebody. She went to high school with that went to bowling green for college or move there with their family knows on Monday, March ninth eighty sister Holly returned to town from her weekend in Cleveland, and she went straight to work Amy actually returned the night before from her weekend and went out with some unnamed friends the night before the plan.
"hooper" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Twenty thousand okay or or something like that fifteen thousand right that'd be that'd be annualized that'd be thirty to forty that's close enough to fifty that boats pretty close to the doc i can make that jump you can probably make that jump and leave ober out of the equation because by the way when you're driving uber is evenings and weekends which is also when you sell residential real estate and residential real estate your goal i want you doing that instead of instead of over i'm not against hooper we actually endorse uber as a possible parttime job but the but but in your case that's not your goal yeah no you're absolutely right it pulls you away from your goal instead of moves you towards it so if i'm in your shoes i'm gonna be working like you're single i mean just be working all the time not not not causing i'm a workaholic but because i'm trying to get this boat closer to the dock so i'm won't be after it scratching and hustling grinding scratching hustling grinding and the real estate business get some listings get some buyers on the pipeline get some deals happening man move some stuff around be smiling and talking to people man need houses and let's just get going here and then you get this thing built up and now now you've got some some reason the man that need houses and let's just get going here and then you get this thing built up and now now you got some some reason the concepts proven and you can move the boat closer to the dock and you won't get wet when you make a jump like this you'll end up being broke and trying to show row state and broke sales people have a different smell on them and you don't want that stink on you when you're trying to sell stock it's hard and when.
"hooper" Discussed on Watch What Crappens
"Hooper thrill the leghari stores a uh like i haven't heard that means that some would read my first pilot hey storm taking at least he leaves the vanderlei go but darling it's bay area important few to stick your finger up to retain will go and get it i like this are until i wash poor storm and they're like hosing down on these uh dr maria rage elm saric i'll i just bought watson from this house on your she's like me i just blew dry this stole his the rattig and matti like his own afghan k a the end of pump dogs for the grooming staples a comedy it's so that are out of sarbam no is so just gonna say they then then they take the storm over to the dry bar and they are like they have like these these like blow drier things and leeson's cracking me up but this is i mean this is i was genuinely laughing at this is just taking the the blow drier think i just putting it in faith and calls a hair is just like going all over the place said she's like lisa stop stop yes below the face i'm not even gonna say where lucy metal because you don't have to say it if you are a.
"hooper" Discussed on RobinLynne
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"hooper" Discussed on REAL 92.3
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"hooper" Discussed on Fresh Air
"John updike recorded after the publication of his memoir selfconsciousness in 1989 updike died twenty years later at the age of seventy six after a break we'll continue our thirtieth anniversary retrospective with a 1988 interview with toby hooper who wrote and directed the texas chainsaw massacre he died last week this is fresh air support for fresh air comes from sunrise good sun basket since organic and sustainable ingredients to your door pre measured and ready to go so you can prepare delicious meals and around thirty minutes son basket takes the guesswork out of preparation makes cleanup easier and you get to skip the grocery store with meals designs of fit every busy lifestyle choose from paleo leinen clean gluten free vegetarian and family options give thirty five dollars off your first order at sun basket dot com slash fresh air we'll conclude today's edition of our thirtieth anniversary retrospective with a 1988 interview that has become an obituary toby hooper whose best known as the writer and director of the 1974 film the texas chainsaw massacre died last saturday he was 74 the texas chainsaw massacre was so gruesome it helped inspire a wave of slasher films but it was also interestingly made that it was added to the permanent collection of the museum of modern art the movie is about a group of hippies who meet up with a family of hamas seidel maniacs who kill strangers to the area eat their flesh and turn what's left over into sausage the main character known as leather face wears a mask of human skin and a taxes victims with a chainsaw.
"hooper" Discussed on Fresh Air
"John updike recorded after the publication of his memoir selfconsciousness in 1989 updike died twenty years later at the age of seventy six after a break we'll continue our thirtieth anniversary retrospective with a 1988 interview with toby hooper who wrote and directed the texas chainsaw massacre he died last week this is fresh air support for fresh air comes from sunrise good sun basket since organic and sustainable ingredients to your door pre measured and ready to go so you can prepare delicious meals and around thirty minutes son basket takes the guesswork out of preparation makes cleanup easier and you get to skip the grocery store with meals designs of fit every busy lifestyle choose from paleo leinen clean gluten free vegetarian and family options get thirty five dollars off your first order at sun basket dot com slash fresh air we'll conclude today's edition of our thirtieth anniversary retrospective with a 1988 interview that has become an obituary toby hooper whose best known as the writer and director of the 1974 film the texas chainsaw massacre died last saturday he was 74 the texas chainsaw massacre was so gruesome it helped inspire a wave of slasher films but it was also interestingly made that it was added to the permanent collection of the museum of modern art the movie is about a group of hippies who meet up with a family of hamas seidel maniacs who kill strangers to the area eat their flesh and turn what's left over into sausage the main character known as leather face wears a mask of human skin and a taxes victims with a chainsaw.