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Update on the latest sports
"EP sports I'm shark Freeman The Golden State Warriors made it look easy and gave one of the NBA's Western Conference Finals a lopsided one 1287 win over Dallas Steph Curry had 21 says the offense was in full throttle We had a couple possessions and third quarter we got in trouble but for the most part we were pretty decisive Warriors were helped when the Mavs high scoring guard Luka Dončić was held to a quiet 20 on 6 of 18 shooting NHL playoff openers Carolina used Ian Cole's overtime goal to beat the New York rangers two to one Oh good obviously Winning the game is what matters You know kind of getting our first taste of OT is great High scoring a fair in Calgary the flames beat Edmonton 9 to 6 on the hat trick from Matthew chuck To baseball the LA Dodgers have won 5 in a row Mark Myers reports on a 5 three win over Arizona The game turned in the fourth inning when the Dodgers put up four runs turning a two to one deficit into a 5 two lead Justin Turner had the big blow a three run Homer off Zach Davies Colorado down San Francisco CJ Crone's three run shot in the 8th inning lift at the rockies to a 5 three win Kesten Hiro made his return to the major is a good one He smashed a two run Homer at the bottom of the 11th inning and it lifted Milwaukee to a 7 6 comeback win over Atlanta Guys the game went on at basketball better and I think there's some opportunities where I kind of missed out on So you just wanted to just want to get the runner over Nick pavetta is two hitter carried Boston pass Houston 5 to one New York mets beat St. Louis 13 to four Zack Wheeler tossed 7 shutout innings in Philadelphia's three zero win over San Diego Command was good for the most part It wasn't all the way there but it was good for the most part Get away with some pitches for sure Other winners Washington Pittsburgh the New York Yankees Texas Minnesota Kansas City Seattle and Tampa also won The PGA Championship will begin today without Bryson DeChambeau who withdrew because of his surgically repaired wrist Check free button AP sports
Cole's OT goal lift Hurricanes past Rangers for Game 1 win
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Peralta dominates for 7 innings, Brewers 2-hit Braves 1-0
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Will Chamberlain on Ronald Reagan's Favorite Magazine 'Human Events'
"Before we talk about big tech, you were the publisher, human events, fabulous, and newspaper. For those who are not familiar with it, because it's like this silent conservative success story, what say a little bit about human events before we move on to big tech. Oh, sure, yeah. It was Ronald Reagan favorite magazine, but it was basically defunct for about 5 years from about 2014 to 2019. At the time I bought it with Raheem kassam and had him as EIC. We split pretty quickly, but I think we brought back a very higher a little bit of a higher aesthetic. A lot of the early human events articles, especially when I was publishing, were really beautiful art from Ian miles Chong, who's actually on Twitter, one of his most people know I'm just from his tweets, but you wouldn't know that he's actually a very talented graphic artist. And so much of the beautiful art that was on the articles was there. And we just had a lot of very good interesting contributions. I was really trying to push at the time, push the right towards this kind of more almost like pragmatic ruthlessness and achieving things. It kind of connects to big tech because when I was on the aggressive action on big tech, bandwagon back in 2018, 2019 when most conservatives, I think we're still a little hesitant about trying to regulate it because they come from this predisposition. Small government, small government type thing. And we were just really trying to push, no, no, no, that's, in this case, that's a self defeating principle.
Adam Duvall gets key hit as Braves beat Mets 9-2
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Ian Prior: Schools Have to Comply With Your Request to Review Material
"What does a school have to do What does a school have to do after you send them a letter like this Well that's where they have to provide you the opportunity to go and physically inspect all the documents that you've requested So for example let's say you have a second grader at a public school what I would do is I would send a request and I wouldn't just want to materials that are being used in second grade or the curriculum or the teacher trainings that are being given to the second grade teachers but I also want to know what was done in first grade What was done in kindergarten you have a right to know these things And you look as I said they're going to do everything in their power to prevent you from exercising your rights That's one of the reasons why America first legal exists is to help you exercise those rights So don't expect that your school district is just going to roll over and say oh yes we're all of a sudden going to start following the law No But you need to go and make sure that you put in the request that you followed the law that you've exercised your rights under federal statutory law And if there is any pushback that's where that's where we come in And we absolutely welcome people reaching out to us And explaining the situation that they find themselves in because this is a very very important piece of making sure that we have transparency and accountability in public schools because if we don't do this then they're going to continue to really hide everything behind that curtain and continue to indoctrinate our children with gender ideology critical race theory social emotional learning all the things that are sort of their Trojan horse for quite frankly indoctrination
Ian Prior Previews PPRA Toolkit for Parents
"One of the organizations American legal is involved in confronting this too Ian prior works with American legal as by the way does my wife colleague there And how are you How are you doing Mark Thanks for having me I'm doing great I thought it was better that you help explain what you folks are doing to empower parents to fight this cancer that is spreading from public schools to private schools to even religious institutions Yes that's right Well we have a lot We have a lot on our plate but one of the things that we've been focused on especially over the past month or so is our PPA toolkit that's the people protection rights amendment that protects them people rights amendment which really is a federal law that allows parents to go in and inspect instructional materials that are at their schools whether it's classroom materials curriculum even teacher trainings and it also prevents schools from putting out these surveys without giving parents an opportunity to opt out It was surveys that talk about sexual identity religious beliefs political beliefs et cetera A lot of parents have certainly taken advantage of the freedom of information act But what we've seen throughout schools across the country is schools are trying to really get around their foia obligations by charging massive amounts of money to parents that are trying to get these documents And so what we did was and it's on our website AFL AF legal dot org is we put together this toolkit that allows parents to go out there and file these PPA requests with their school to get behind that curtain of what is going on once you send your kids to those two doors
Ian Prior: Contact Us if Schools Push Back Against Parents
"Now this is very very important So it's one of the American first legal website Can you tell us what that is again Yeah that's AF legal dot org and you will see right up front We released the PDF version of the toolkit which really explains the PPR a law It explains the process there's a custom letter there that parents can send into their individual schools to have the right to go inspect this material And to the extent that schools push back because they will we've seen that they will push back on every opportunity where parents are trying to get and look at the curriculum and they should reach out to us I mean there's an email right there on the website and we will be there to help And that's one of the reasons why we're there is to help push back against this woke agenda that is occurring in public schools and private schools in corporate America in the government I mean it is really infected all levels of our society
No. 6 KU beats No. 14 Texas Tech 74-65 to win Big 12 tourney
"The six during kids J. hawks outlasted the fourteenth ranked Texas tech red raiders to win seventy four to sixty five senior David McCormick led the Jayhawks with eighteen points and eleven rebounds his tenth double double this season Kansas senior child body scored sixteen and was named the most outstanding player of the tournament he's the first J. hawk to win the award since two thousand eighteen which was the last time kids claim the tournament championship with the loss Texas tech is open to in big twelve tournament championship appearances while Kansas improved to twelve and three in the title game Ian Ecklund Kansas city
No. 14 Texas Tech survives Oklahoma 56-55 in Big 12 semis
"The sixth ranked Kansas Jayhawks won decisively over the TCU horned frogs seventy five to sixty two senior tribology scored twenty two points to help the J. hawks earned the first big twelve tournament championship appearance in three years kits is playing for its twelve big twelve tournament title in the nightcap the fourteenth ranked Texas tech red raiders won a close one over the Oklahoma Sooners fifty six to fifty five losing their only other title game appearance in two thousand five the red raiders will be playing for the first big twelve tournament championship in program history Ian Ecklund Kansas city
"ian" Discussed on The Breakdown with NLW
"Seen yet. Awesome Ian well, super excited to have you here really excited about the investment club product and I'm already thinking about who I'm going to ping first to explore how I kind of have a Dow in the name, right? The breakdown. So we'll see what happens. Oh, hey, there we go. Major alpha week there. Yeah, all right. Awesome. Well, thanks so much again for the time and all the hard work and look forward to seeing what happens. I have to have you back to report on progress in a couple of months. Yeah, I think so much. And I'm excited to have you back on this doing more podcasts going forward. All right guys, just a really quick wrap up at the end of that. I have to say that for me, dows have always made the most intuitive sense compared to basically anything else in web three after Bitcoin. The idea of people coming together to pool resources to allocate in a specific way is just, I believe one of the most fundamental types of human social engagement. It extends from a business activity to a social activity to a community activity and so on and so forth. I think that many of these early dows that you're seeing are just going to be experiments and they'll probably fade away, and that's for me why this infrastructure is almost even more important than anyone spot example. Ultimately, I think there is a latent human behavior that is going to find its way into dows and help them become a key part of the landscape in the years to come. In either case, I hope you feel like you understand the space more after that conversation. Thanks again to Ian for joining me. Thanks again to my sponsors. Nexo IO, abra and FTX for supporting the show and thanks to you guys for listening. Until tomorrow be safe and take care of each other. Peace.
Ian Alexander Jr., only child of Regina King, dies at age 26
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Coach K back, No. 8 Duke rolls inside to beat NC State
"Mark Mark Williams Williams just just missed missed a a triple triple double double Apollo Apollo Ben Ben Carroll Carroll had had a a team team high high twenty twenty one one points points as as eighth eighth ranked ranked Duke Duke beat beat North North Carolina Carolina state state eighty eighty eight eight seventy seventy three three Williams Williams had had nineteen nineteen points points eleven eleven rebounds rebounds and and eight eight blocks blocks in in the the return return of of head head coach coach Mike Mike Gesicki Gesicki who who missed missed one one game game due due to to a a non non cove cove illness illness I I had had so so many many of of those those symptoms symptoms and and are are really really almost almost I I have have no no energy energy at at all all and and just just to to save save them them I I couldn't couldn't keep keep my my eyes eyes on on the the blue blue devil devil shat shat over over fifty fifty eight eight percent percent Duke Duke had had a a season season high high fifty fifty eight eight points points inside inside freshman freshman turquoise turquoise Ian Ian Smith Smith scored scored nineteen nineteen points points for for the the ninety ninety nine nine wolf wolf pack pack Duke Duke is is fourteen fourteen into into overall overall foreign foreign one one in in the the conference conference I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie
Martin’s late 3 lifts No. 7 Kansas over Stephen F. Austin
"The the Jayhawks Jayhawks one one eighty eighty to to seventy seventy two two over over the the lumberjacks lumberjacks a a three three pointer pointer by by J. J. heart heart guard guard Remy Remy Martin Martin was was the the key key play play in in the the end end putting putting Kansas Kansas up up by by six six with with less less than than a a minute minute left left in in the the game game no no I I just just want want to to make make a a play play you you know know my my my my cell cell is is you you know know trying trying to to make make a a basket basket and and you you know know I I I I didn't didn't I I did did not not like like the the way way I I played played today today I I didn't didn't play play well well but but you you know know in in big big time time moments moments I I like like to to think think about about just just trying trying to to make make the the best best play play possible possible Martin's Martin's three three point point play play came came after after the the lumberjacks lumberjacks pulled pulled within within three three with with less less than than a a minute minute and and a a half half left left to to play play the the J. J. hawks hawks overcame overcame fifteen fifteen turnovers turnovers and and were were out out rebounded rebounded thirty thirty one one to to twenty twenty eight eight but but they they stay stay undefeated undefeated at at home home a a former former no no with with the the ninety ninety one one record record so so far far this this season season Ian Ian Ecklund Ecklund Lawrence Lawrence Kansas Kansas
Niederreiter scores 2, short-handed Carolina beats Red Wings
"Nino Nino Niederreiter Niederreiter second second goal goal of of the the night night broke broke a a three three three three tie tie eighteen eighteen seconds seconds into into the the third third period period of of the the hurricanes hurricanes five five three three victory victory over over the the red red wings wings Carolina Carolina was was with with that that team team scoring scoring leader leader Sebastian Sebastian aho aho second second leading leading scorer scorer Andrei Andrei Svechnikov Svechnikov captain captain Jordan Jordan Staal Staal Ian Ian Cole Cole said said Jarvis Jarvis and and Steven Steven Lorentz Lorentz due due to to covert covert nineteen nineteen protocol protocol the the gains gains dress dress just just sixteen sixteen skaters skaters two two nights nights after after the the game game at at Minnesota Minnesota was was called called off off Jack Jack Drury Drury scored scored in in his his NHL NHL debut debut for for Carolina Carolina Tony Tony deangelo deangelo and and Vincent Vincent Trocheck Trocheck also also tallied tallied to to support support Frederick Frederick Andersen's Andersen's twenty twenty three three save save effort effort I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie
Atlanta Flirts With a No-Hitter and Takes Series Lead
"Five Atlanta pitchers combined to two hit Houston as the Braves defeated the Astros to nothing and took a two games to one lead in the World Series Ian Anderson started things off by no hitting the Astros over five Anderson said he understood why he was pulled with a no hitter on the line I thought there was a chance that I could stay in but you know I think when when you have a chance to get to to those guys at the back and you can't hesitate Houston manage singles in the eighth and ninth before Braves reliever Will Smith shut the door the Braves scored in the third one Austin Riley doubled home Eddie
'Believing Is Seeing' Author Michael Guillen on How Science Led Him to God
"Science. It's nothing less than astonishing. When you realize that the idea, most of us have heard in our lifetimes that faith and science are at odds, is not even slightly true. It is in fact the opposite. It's hard for us to shift our paradigms. But we need to, as I said, I write about it a lot in my new book. But a friend Michael gillan, we've had him on before, has a new book out on the very same subject called believing is seeing. He's a real scientist. Michael gill and welcome. Hey, Eric, it's so good to see you again, my brother. Looking forward to our conversation. It's great. It's great to see you and to talk to you. I love talking about all this stuff, especially with somebody who knows about it the way you do. You really came to faith later in life. You had been hostile to faith. And now you're writing books, explaining to people that faith and science are friends and that this is a lie that they're at odds. In the book you talk about how the latest discoveries in neuroscience physics astronomy, mathematics. Point to faith in many ways. Talk about that because I mean, what do you mean when you say neuroscience? I'm not even sure, do I know what neuroscience is? Signs of the brain. Yeah, yeah. It's a study of the brain and, you know, I remember when I was at ABC News, I did a story on the Harvard brain bank, which is the largest repository of human brains. I think in the world, certainly in the nation. So I went there. It's Ian Massachusetts, not too far from Harvard. I was also teaching at Harvard at the time, so it was convenient for me. And I remember being able to hold, they allowed me to hold a human brain in my hands. And even to this day, Eric, it was just a really weird feeling to think, you know, this is the essence of what we call humanity, if you will. Never mind discussions about soul and the spirit. I mean, this is where our personalities. This is where we reside in this two, three pound brain. And the human brain is made up of two hemispheres, the right and the left. And a lot of studies have been done on that. And I talk in the book about I think it was in the 70s when scientists physicians started treating patients with epilepsy by severing the corpus callosum, which is the cable like it's a very thick cable of nerve fibers that connect the two hemispheres. And what they found was that when they, when they cut the two hemispheres, when they separated the two hemispheres like that, the epileptic seizures stopped. Not entirely but to a great degree. But there were some interesting side effects. And that's what I deal with in the book because ultimately I connect that research to my exploration of faith. It's a little bit complicated and we couldn't do it justice here, but I will say this much that when you when you look at these what we call split brain patients, these are patients whose hemispheres have been separated. They there's a lot of interesting side effects. For example, why quote one woman who goes grocery shopping, she's a split brain patient. And she finds that the two hands when she's reaching for groceries or putting groceries in the basket, they fight one another. And what I explain in the book is that what we've discovered from split brain patients is that our two hemispheres are basically at war with one
Brave new world: Atlanta beats LA 4-2, heads to World Series
"Eddie Rosario ripped a three run home run in the fourth inning to power the Atlanta Braves to a ported to win over the Los Angeles Dodgers and send the Braves to their first World Series since nineteen ninety nine Rosario's blast gave him fourteen hits three home runs and nine RBIs in the NLCS Braves manager Brian Snitker had this to say about the series M. V. P. amazing how often he is I mean it doesn't I said it didn't matter what arm they're thrown with them he just so locked in I'm not alive ever seen a guy like that for this is been a long you know while now that what he's been doing is just it's been something else Atlanta starter Ian Anderson went for giving up a run on three hits Walker Buehler started for the Dodgers and went four innings giving up all four Braves runs Gary McPhillips Atlanta
Ian Prior Explains Loudoun County Superintendent, School Board Knew About Rape in Bathroom
"Ian Pryor is one of the patriots leading this movement in loudoun county To take the schools back from the radicals Ian prior is on the phone right now Ian how are you sir I'm great Mark Thanks for having me Give a little bit of breaking news What is it Yeah that's right According to W COP for those that have been following the route and county controversy they received an email through the freedom of information act that showed that on the day of the alleged sexual assault back in May the superintendent informed the entire school board via email that there was a sexual assault in a bathroom Now people should remember that the same superintendent three weeks later said at a public school board meeting that he was unaware of any records of sexual assault in bathrooms and then the school board recently said they were not aware of any details of this story until news reports came out Of course the horrific part of this story obviously the first alleged sexual assault but this kid was then allowed to transfer to a different school where he allegedly sexually assaulted someone two weeks ago This is on loudoun county public schools This is on the superintendent This is on the school board We have been fighting these people for months And this is why we've been able to get to the bottom and get the truth out They have put students behind politics and this is the result
"ian" Discussed on FOMO Sapiens with Patrick J. McGinnis
"It was still traveling on traveling today. And those are the addition hotels with marriott and public hotels and somebody who has been to a bunch of these over the years. When i got word that was coming on the show i totally fan void out. You will hear it in the interview. I was very very excited. Because i this is something that i personally and i'm sure many of you have also lived in his co. tells over time i remember when i was right out of college coming to new york city and i went to the world in on forty fourth street between fifth and sixth and it was the coolest place i had ever been. I didn't know places like that existed. Outside of television shows and here i was living inside of ian brain in his better world but he creates for us and so i just wanted to get inside of that head because he is somebody who makes his creativity with a real understanding of how people think and the other thing about ian kind of amazing to me is. he's a very detail oriented guy. Obviously when you open an experiential hotel. You're making a ton of decisions and there. I'm it's really anything right. I would be terrible this but you're deciding about the napkin but it has to also go with the uniform and it has to go the music and the lights and everything and he does that but at the same time. He's very decisive. And we all know people who are very good at details but kansas sided thing or very decisive but cannot deal with details. Ian does them both and he'll explain how he does that on today's episode. We're also gonna talk about how somebody goes from the nightclub world into the hotel world which i guess now that he's created the entire concept of the boutique hotel with the cool restaurant. And all that sort of stuff it makes sense. But at the time was revolutionary. And so we're gonna talk about that. Because at the end of the day ian is original and i think we all have something we can learn from him and if you love this conversation a new you will don't worry because they'll be more. I decided that this was so good after recording that i decided to make it a double episode because in next week episode. We're gonna talk about creativity. So ian is a super creative guy and he talks about his process and i found that super fascinating and we also take some questions from listeners. We got a couple of questions in. And i love to ask questions that you send to me and so we will answer those as well and the really good ones now. Since this is the first episode of season six. Ask you a little favor. I am coming up with something new here a new concept. And we're gonna call it foam therapy and on select episodes. I wanna get some of you listeners. On the show to talk about. What's giving you foam or fogo. And i want to solve your problem. Live on air. So if you have something that's causing you to have more fogo and you're willing to talk about it and we don't have to say last name by the way i'm not going to buy one of those machines where disguises your voice because just don't have the budget for that right now so we're not gonna do that but if you're willing to come on the show for quick yet meaningful conversation reach out to me outlets connect.
"ian" Discussed on Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)
"I have with me. Dr ian brooks and up in brooks. He is a life coach. Deputy brooks is just the key to life. He is a a clinical psychologist right. Okay understanding skating. He he's he's not that great he's this great. How you doing in our you. I am doing very good now. Shares here. Because i've been wanting to one here and Dissed talkie known looking looking forward to look a little while since we've connected but look important finally getting a chance to kind of go back and forth and have some great dialogue. Yes yes for sure for sure. Let me i. I wanted to stop it in. When you hear the words we hear the word of phrase The word the words knowing your knowing your value and potential when you share that in your own words like what comes to your mind. Sure it's I know to a big question for for a lot of a lot of us What does our value really mean and purpose what resonates with me in particular is knowing self right as the adage goes. It's about personal awareness. It's bound confidence and self reflection. So when i think about self worth. That's oftentimes we assume that attributed to us by others or reinforced. What our value really need could be a title could be our partners. It could be our children and that's pawns to those external entities but when i about our value it really starts with knowing who i am knowing the value i bring to the table agnostic of what is provided back to me from the outside world now the outside will provide reinforcement but that confidence lies is bestowed upon me in my belief. Am i self efficacy now. With i think about purpose our purpose is aligned to that confidence in doing what we feel is right in what we feel makes us happy that we're contributing in some way shape or form to others to ourselves. It's that idea in my mind of being intentional with what we do. And what we hold the most value towards and that's what our purpose in my mind really reflects
"ian" Discussed on Living the Law of Action Show
"Very, very clear. Yeah, absolutely. Ian, how does someone reach you so if they want to find out more about your programs or they want to become a, a guest on, on the men on purpose podcast, how do they do that long? So you find me on on Instagram at mental purpose podcast, the email me mental purpose podcast at gmail.com. Go to my website and Lomas. V a n l. O, b, a s or our our event business, which is a weekend Retreats very, very high level, Deep dive, personal involvement, Retreats, front-runner, home front, runner. Group, that's really it. Oh, he forget to eat forgot the most important one or you can hang out with Ian right here on clubhouse at Ian, Lomas. Which I am an l. O, b, a s because we're recording the living, the live-action show right here. Live on clubhouse. We have amazing energy in the room, we have our audience and I want to thank everybody for being in the audience today. So yep. Cool kyun. Thank you for being part of the living, the live-action show, of course, brother. Thanks for having me. Absolutely. And thank you so much for taking the time out of your busy and from Thursday to listen. We so appreciate it and thank you for allowing me along with my very special guest. Ian Lomas to touch your heart. Move you inspire you remember, take time out to breathe. Don't let fear stop you decide plan and act. I'm Rob active until next time live a life of inspired action. Thank you for listening to The Living. The law of action show with mr. Action Rob Actis. Please rate, review And subscribe..
"ian" Discussed on Everyonecast
"I get to learn about a variety of people in their experiences and you have brought quite a few interesting experiences today. Oh man, I got millions more. I think it's a perfect opportunity to To close out, you know, we've talked about so much and absolutely and we have yeah, we have some good content in this episode whether an age, I'm going to throw that out there again, there's any other social media or anything you want to throw out there now's your chance or you know, maybe it's all in your website. Yeah. Well, if you go to weather.com all my main social medias would be there or you just go to Google type in weather and age all the Social Media stuff should show up. My name is Ian McIntosh. And if you can't find it in myself for whatever reason you can find me on Instagram weather in age or waa visuals weather in 8 visuals, or you can find me a granny Mac. That's like my main photography film photography thing. And if you're looking for a photographer just want to shoot whatever hit me up or if you want to do some music or if you want to hang out and talk. That's cool too. We can do that. I'll have your website in the description wage. Sure, and of course the title of the episode is going to be your name. So really all the promotion you could ask for other than the fact that I probably don't have as many listeners as you would like, Oh, no, that's I'm working on any promotions great Anthony. I appreciate it, man. I haven't I've never done something like this, and I've always wanted to so it's cool to be on someone else's show. Well, thanks so much for joining and I hope you have a great rest of your day. Thanks, and you too..
"ian" Discussed on How To Be Amazing with Michael Ian Black
"Uh-huh. Well, some news about the podcast how to be amazing after one hundred and two episodes or so we are putting how to be amazing on hiatus from the beginning. How to be amazing was meant to intersect at the points between where Terry gross does her radio show went were Mark Merrin, does W T F, a thoughtful and funny and honest conversation about how people do what they do. And why they do it this podcast. At least the idea of me. Doing a podcast was not mine it came from my producers Jenny Brennan, and Mary shimkent, and from the beginning, we wanted to talk to people from every creative endeavor, everything that we could think of and we want to talk to people from all kinds of backgrounds and from all walks of life and through a variety of personal experiences. And I think we have succeeded in doing that is a lot of work. Creating this podcast both for Marian Jenny. And also for myself, we spent a lot of time doing research, we spent a lot of time organizing our thoughts, we spend a lot of time booking studios and talking to people, and we have so many other people who help us along that way, according engineers and editors and composers, and I wanna thank all of them for helping us as well. Also wanna thank all the companies who have helped us along the way our sponsors our distributors. We could not have done what we did for as long as we did with out you. But the time has now come to put how to be amazing to bed, and you know, we're not killing it. But we're putting it to bed when guests would come into our studio. Many of them would say the same thing. I would tell them about the podcast, and they would invariably say something along the lines of. Oh, I don't know if I'm amazing, and I would say we'll you're off the hook. Because you. You don't get to decide. Who's amazing? I get to decide and one of the questions that I sometimes got asked in return was well, how do you determine who is amazing? And I would give them this response, which I believe to be true all of us in all of our endeavors are amazing in our own way. We are all struggling to succeed at whatever is were struggling to succeed at and for all of us. It is a struggle. And when we hear about other people's struggles whether their journey mirrors hours exactly I think is kind of irrelevant. What I think we're trying to hear when we listen to people talk about their endeavors, creative. And otherwise is that we're all kind of in the same boat, and we're all pointed in some direction towards the horizon, and we're all looking for similar things and how we navigate our boat is going to be different for everybody. And whether the are smooth and choppy is were choppy is going to be different for everybody. But ultimately, the destination. Is pretty similar? I think we're all kind of aiming towards a horizon that we can't quite see. But we sense it, and none of us ever get there. And that's the beauty of it. Thank you for going with all of us on this journey. And thank you for being amazing..
"ian" Discussed on How To Be Amazing with Michael Ian Black
"Film or TV. Okay. I have a really odd favorite film. My favorite film is the dead zone directed by David Cronenberg. Okay. It's been spooked many times by Christopher Walken. But I actually really love the film. It's weird. But it's it's a good watch never seen. Great performances. Do you have a TV? What's your TV thing? Do you? Do you like reality TV? I do. I I mean, I also watch like some trashy stuff like ninety day fiance, and I'm still a little into Amish. Although I don't think it's that real. Yeah. I don't think they're like that Amish. I think like how much of your show Israel because I'm watching it, very real Laura Spencer come in. That was a real she. She redid my entire understand. It was so cold seen. I saw was. Yeah. It's the it's basically dawn you're in bed. And somehow there's a camera. There's two cameras there's a camera in your room. It'd be appreciative wanted me to go to an estate sale. And I didn't know you have to go to the mid five in the morning when it's dark now, we gotta go. It's Larra get in with the keys. He gave me. Six AM we've five states else to go to we want to beat the antique dealers. It's dark out. I know this is when we do it you're pretending to wake up you pretend to have makeup on. Right. Right. So that this is why I have a hard time with reality television through that part was s but I will say ninety five percent of the show was really real. And in fact, what I struggle with is. I don't think they would even let me make that show now because they film that show for six months for eight episodes. Now, it's like Bing, bang, boom. And people are reading scripts, and my favorite is when you can see is movie, you can see the breeding the prompter. So we didn't have that on the list. But I do miss like reality shows that are real now. Every so often, you'll get sort of an accidental real moment. My favorite is if you're watching Kardashians, which I know you never miss, and then Kim we'll get a surprise phone call from Konya, and you can see this look hunter face that. You're like, oh that that's real. She really did not expect that call. And then finally. Yeah. Miscellaneous anything from your life that you. I love that you would recommend to others. Oh, yeah. I have a boring answer. I like the morning I'm crazy Walker like I'm like Forrest Gump. I don't know if I could walk cross country. I think I might so everyday I go on to five to seven mile walk. And I do the crazy lady arm circles. Oh, which I'm demonstrated that lady that lady and also at fends off Salas because nobody wants to mess with the crazy lady who's fifty eight walking too fast. Like, I'm a speed Walker from Kenya. Waving her arms because I think I'm Kathy Griffin assailant that this is the way of saying of pointing yourself out and going, oh, I'm Kathy Griffin. I'm the crazy woman who walks her rent so what I do to safeguard you just walk around your house, and then probably takes eight minutes. No. But what I do is. I put on to kind of scare people and unnerved them I put on way too much eyebrow pencil way too much lipstick. And I look really freaky. So even if someone was about to say, hey, get out of ISIS or hey, I'm a fan. They they're like, you know, what not today. This bitch is crazy. Kathy. Like so much for coming. I adore you genius. And talent I'm mighty is. What I like to think of myself. Thank you for everything. Thank you for being amazing. Thank you, sir. How to be amazing is brought to you by PR ex. Like how to be amazing on Facebook and follow us on Twitter at HEB A underscore show. And check out our website at how to be amazing show dot com. If you like what you've heard these, right? It's a nice review on itunes. How amazing is produced by Jennifer Brennan, Mary shinkin, it's recorded Ardo studio. New York City today's show is mixed and edited by Robin Lynn with music composed by Chad crouch. I'm Michael black. Black.
"ian" Discussed on How To Be Amazing with Michael Ian Black
"What's the current value of that house? Well, I bought it for ten five cash. And I'm hoping it's worth fifteen now, I'm just finishing a remodel. So I'm hoping for a fifteen to sell it. I don't want to sell it. I love it. I honestly can't. I you got to come over. I don't it annoys me. I know I know not because you not because you have the huge house. Right. But because you don't need the huge house. I like you would be perfectly get like a two bedroom in north Hollywood like little little apartment above the vaughn's in north Hollywood. That's all new happy with my materialistic things my loveless life God's heaven. You just broke up with your boyfriend. You're not loveless. Well, I'm I'm on a break from love. But I'm still I'm I'm I am in love with my dogs in a way, that's probably not healthy. Okay. And like I said, I feel the little heartbeats every night, and they're my new boyfriend, and they also enjoy mentioned, they're very spoiled and. And you've got your gaming the gaming. That's right. And I would look I would happily be your pool. Boy, there's a line around the block, Honey, good luck. There's that is quite a process of elimination. You are welcome anytime. I'll throw a dinner party in your honor. I'm one of those what do you gluten free? No, nothing come on. I'm like, you you sandwiches. I'm like you used to be I. Me too. I know I haven't I haven't stopped that you haven't. Benji within. We don't have to have the dinner party will just have the secret binge. Eating fantastic. I love it. I'm in. Okay. This is how I never episode. And it's the amazing five I ask for your recommendation in each five categories. So I'll start today with food and with you. I'm going to specifically ask for binging food cool house, dirty manship ice cream cool house. And what is that a pint or court like how do you buy? Although I consider that to be one serving, of course. So I don't think you when people say five servings pint, I'm like, excuse me. It's one that's why I asked about the court because that's I've done that too. Okay. You know, I've never I've never devoured a whole lot. I haven't once you girl pair motherfucker. I've done I've done like half a court of of Briars cookies and cream interesting. Which is it's. Ice. It's a frozen dairy dessert or something. It's it's a cream product. Yeah. Okay. Book. Fucking promote one of your books. I'm swear to God. I won't I just really loved. Dear Madam President by Jennifer Palmieri. Oh, yeah. That's the that is the kind of alternate history. It's it's she was you know, Hillary's, I don't know if she was the camp she was in the campaign chair, but very high up on that campaign, and it was like Hillary didn't win and there were all these age ageism sexism issues and so the first female president like dear Madam President. This is what you should be prepared for right? It was optimistic frankly, which I needed. Yeah. I feel like you need more of that. I do. Music. I want you to judge. I don't okay. I can't really get enough of the backstreet boys. Oh god. You know, what that was judgment? If I've heard it. All right Mozart or win the vaccine headquarters. Wait, the backstreet boys new or old or all old, but I'm open to the new, but I'm going to be out of two takes me longer. But every so often, I'll find a b side from one of the early albums, and I feel very like inside because you know, backstreet boys is all middle-aged women. So when I go to their concerts is like a bunch of middle aged women of my people I five each other. Who else would it be? I mean, they were they were young women twenty six years ago. And now they're in there. Thirties and forties property. Oh, they'll have kids and everything. Yeah. James?.
"ian" Discussed on How To Be Amazing with Michael Ian Black
"Then suddenly, Susan happens. And the show was a hit. It was on for what four years or years four seasons when that happened and you making money probably for the first time. Yes, I was making fifteen in episode season one. And by the end, I I actually renegotiated my contract personally with Peter Roth. He used to run the television end of the studio, and I couldn't get a raise through my agents in. So I scheduled a meeting with him. And I think I gave them a different pretense, and it was after hours, and I didn't know how to negotiate. But I heard that this is how you buy a car. So I brought to cocktail napkins, and he was kind of laughing the whole time. He goes, we're not gonna we're not gonna do this, Kathy. It doesn't work like this. I said, yeah, here's how it's going to go. I'm going to write a number and your I swear to God if you ever see Peter Roth ice swear to God. This is true. This is insane. It's completely true. And we went back and forth and my agents at the time were mortified they're like, well, great. You're probably get fired. And sure enough we met in the middle, and I left victorious at like six twenty and I then called my entertainment lawyer Bill Sobel who I'm still with. And he said he offered me a job at the law firm. You have just an open offer. I said full partnership, and he said, yes. So did you pay your agents, of course, percent on that? Of course, they're assholes for taking it. I know that's why after a little Trump scandal. I was very happy to change my whole business model and start promoting my own shows. So, you know, like, a big promotion company did about half the tour, and then something just didn't feel right? Like the tickets weren't selling as well. And then I decided to start renting the theaters myself. Why are then the money higher the entire staff, and that's why if I can get into film festivals? Now, I I don't know how to do that. Exactly. But I could certainly like if I got into south by south west, I could rent a theater, I could find a projectionist I could staff it, I could get a panel. And so that's been very rewarding thing since the Trump thing is I found a way to find my fans I hired a DC marketing firm called Cambridge Analytica getting it was not that company. But LA just didn't know what to do. With me. And I said, I think my fans are out there. I think they want to come see me live. I think they want to hear the story and then Carnegie sold out in less than twenty four hours. So all the dudes who were like, you can't sell more than five hundred tickets in any city in America, then that sort of emboldened me, and then I started promoting my own shows being my own promoter and that made them livid. And there were many calls with them screaming at me and me crying. And then Finally, I said, why are you guys coming so hard? I'm surely you have other clients who do this. And they said, no, why would they upset that you were because I was cutting them out of fifteen percent. So not only do the agents get ten percent. But then the promotion company gets fifteen percent. And if they don't know how to advertise me because now that I'm a totally different type of artist. I'm like a lightning rod, political whatever I knew how to market myself. And I started my first mailing list. I know little late to the game my first text list, and that's really what sold out the tour. So this is what I mean when I say Kathy Griffin handles her business that was in the intro to this vary. Episode's right, Kathy Griffin. Who has? Has gone from being Illinois Bank teller suburban, no nothing. That's right to media mogul..
"ian" Discussed on How To Be Amazing with Michael Ian Black
"I'm sure they were I'm sure that's not what they want us to do what their time, but the FBI. List? Is it very glamorous list to be on by the way, you You know? save? Until you're in an airport in Singapore by yourself, and they've taken your phone, and your passport, and you don't know why. But you try to act very non ISIS is what I found. And so by the way, I still don't know. What's on my passport? It's gotta be bad though. Threatened to kill the president. It was a picture with a Basque with ketchup. Will you stop Kathy Griffin holding a bloodied likeness of president Donald Trump's head to disturbing? I understand how infants people it was not enough for the president tweeting this morning, Kathy Griffin should be ashamed of herself my children, especially my eleven year old son, Barron are having a hard time with this sick. The first lady followed as a mother, a wife and a human being that photo is very disturbing. And makes you wonder about the mental health of the person who did it. This is fake one. Just so, you know, the Fifty-six-year-old joked during the photo shoot about the possible reaction from law enforcement. Not a joke for the secret service, which looks into any possible threat to the president people weren't laughing online. Either calling it disgusting repugnant shocking. Jussie Clinton tweeted, this vile in wrong. It is never funny to joke about killing a president. You don't even know you're talking about today CNN announced that Griffin would not be hosting the network's New Year's Eve live show a job. She has done for a decade. So the FBI has been as to this day quite protective. Although I admit when the female agent was shaking while holding the letter, I remember thinking, this one's bad. And so they only come over win. They have with with what they deem to be a credible threat. So there's the normal. You know, online ways to gut me and kill me and shoot me in the continent. Decapitate me and put my head at my kind. That's the gold standard. But apparently, there are other ways. And then when you say like, well what's going on? They can't give you the details because. It's an active investigation. And then I said, we'll do you have any advice, and they said be vigilant. Which I am. Hi vigilant. Motherfucker right. Are you like now somebody who doesn't take the same route twice and all that kind of stuff? Yeah. There's some of that stuff. I mean, the two there were a lot of incidents on the tour. Like, there was I had a show where a guy threw a bottle at my head so hard that it like whisked pass my ear and it hit the curtain behind me, which could've killed me. But here's the part where I turn it into humor. I swear to God. I'm so delusional. I thought flowers I was like, oh my God. I had the most fans in the world. They know. Flowers. It wasn't. It was it was and he then ran to the local newspaper and bragged about it. And so the newspaper ran an article about like this guy like he wasn't charged with attempted assault. And by the way, I'm not going to go back to Auckland and charge him because I just don't have time, and I don't want to be detained there. And yeah, I had a guy at the Houston show. Just wielding a knife with a mega hat just really out in front of the show trying to slice audience members. And me if you could get at me, and there's a video of it online. So there were a lot of incidents on the tour that now that they're over. I can talk about we shouldn't happen to comedians. I just want to say, let's just get that part of with you know, I mean I've been doing comedy since you could make fun of Bill Clinton with the ges on the dress. And no one thought you weren't a patriot or easy. No..
"ian" Discussed on How To Be Amazing with Michael Ian Black
"Numbers is being your friend for her. What I'm hearing sounds a lot like Herodotou. Yeah. Towards this whole visit. We talked about that a lot. We would talk about a lot of the dealing with sort of adversity. And by the way, she was much better at it than I am like she would say about executives throw movable heads through all the same. You take the head off one. You put it by which is kind of interesting in light of my scandal later life. I'm not blaming her. I'm not blaming her. But she just had a better attitude about it and having been through so much, and I would often start our dinners our lunches being really angry and bitter, and then we would just end up laughing because one of our favorite topics was and this is still one of my two, and I hope you share this. I think you might is one thing I'm fascinated by is by people who really do seem to kind of. I mean, no one has it all, but at least people that have really been lucky and had a lot of Br. Breaks that I personally have not experienced a lot of people we both know have experienced and yet they bitch, and they're super happy. And I find that endlessly amusing like people that, you know, walk away from the forty million dollar deal, even though they have complete artistic control or the people that, you know, turned down roles because you know, one thing I learned early on from the other women in the groundlings is a lot of the women were bitter. If they didn't get like the hot girl role, and I was like dang, wait a minute. Why don't I just go for the best friend because she gets all the laughs. And then the pretty girl can go be anorexic. And so I was happy to embrace the sidekick role from minute one. But I watched a lot of my female actress friends kind of like crash and burn their own careers because in real life. They would say, well, wait a minute. Why should I play the friend when a real life? I get the guy who cares in real life gets the guy and on a TV show be the friend. And so I tried to learn from all that stuff. But let me ask you. Let me turn the tables on you. Would you be willing to name anyone? It doesn't matter. If you know that we're not like does anyone come to mind that it's sort of cracks you up that they seem truly truly fortunate and yet just miserable. Right. Mike fascinated by that. But this conversation began with and continues with you'd better not think I am that I said, you're a grudging and bitterness and resentment towards things as as as I do I do. Yes, it, and I think many of my listeners get Kathy Griffin and go she said, she's got thirty two million dollars. Come to their house to over twenty nine. Again. You think the FBI out October twenty ninth made like five thousand visit fans. They are by the way, they are very familiar in my home when they come in. It's like cheers in the norm. I mean, the FBI has been in my house so much in the last year and a half. So I do want you to know. This will Trump scandal has not turned me off the government. I'm not one of those crazies. No tinfoil hat. I was. Yes. I mean, you brought you brought for me. And I said I would mention the minimum for Christmas ornaments, all of which say fucked Trump on them. Well, I'm interested. That's not the government. Right. Doesn't say fuck the FBI. They've been very good to me very productive. In fact, last time they came over. They had to read to me something called a a letter that was called a duty to warn. Okay. So when they're coming over now, it's not because anything you've done it's because the overran for your safety. Correct. The DOJ the secret service in the USA. They were the ones investigating me. And by the way, this is all from Trump and Jeff Sessions like I I felt like the whole time they were investigating me. And I was on the no fly list for two months, and then the INTERPOL list when I went overseas, I really. Felt like that was just Trump Jeff Sessions like ordering them. I felt like the people investigating me were pretty much rolling their eyes the whole time..
"ian" Discussed on How To Be Amazing with Michael Ian Black
"So it was a great place. Once again, probably where I started my lifelong, maybe not the. Quality of mixing work in pleasure. Because you know, I was teaching there. But I was also in the company, and it was very competitive there, but we all hung out together. And I was a little bit of the cruise director. Like, I was the one trying to get people to go out after every show go to Jerry's deli. Rehash the show that sort of thing. What was the goal at that time for you? I mean, you're you're live. It was all about us now. And at that time Lauren had a buck up his but about the groundlings he just didn't go there. He didn't like it. And so years, he was plucking talent from other places, mostly second city, and Chagas. And then when he finally started to look at L A, he came to the Growlings one night. And I remember he was looking at Lisa Kudrow. Julia Sweeney, myself and Julia got the gig based often lot is Pat character and shit other characters that were fantastic and Lisa, and I just didn't have characters that really spoke to learn and that you know was. Huge for at least someone in our little click to be on SNL. So it was great. I got I would go visit Julieta at SNL. And I kind of got to see the vibe there. And I got to know some of those folks. And then obviously Lisa cujo did just find yourself, and I ended up doing okay. But at the time it was almost like you thought that was the only gig in town. And frankly, I was kinda grateful to be on a sitcom because I mean SNL is fantastic. But it to be on a Twenty-three episode of years to come in the nineties was fantastic. And after the SEC no showcase was suddenly so it was like seven. I mean, I was the groundlings for like thirteen. Trying get I did my first commercial at seventeen I was on suddenly Susan thirty five. Not a thing in my see you found the sweater. Oh, that's where he pointed. This is Vicky Vicky Zakheim Susan tells me your warns Yvonne fan, it's great in bed. You're a sent in the groundlings was very fast, and then it was fourteen years before. So yes, yes. And everyone around me was getting breaks. And I was so bitter. And I just kept thinking. All right. Eventually something's got to happen. And ironically things started happening when I in fact, started doing stand up. But was there any point where you're like, you know, what Kathy you gave it your best shot you're done? Never. And that's what you're Tatum. My parents is they kept saying can't you have a plan b and by the way, they had a an impractical plan. But it worked for them. They kept saying all right. We're going to indulge you for a year. And if you're not a big success at a year, right? And then it was in fact, Jimmy Garoppolo who said I think you're actually funniest as yourself. So I be asked the director of the Friday night, ten o'clock experimental show to let me open the show with a five minute little story. And then I would do twenty minutes. And I don't know if you know, but my last tour was three hours..
"ian" Discussed on How To Be Amazing with Michael Ian Black
"You sell things Kathy? Do I sure do? So they were retiring when you are stuck pretty young. Yes. Was that was that conversation? It was. And I knew I saw that you can't get working San Diego. But you can't really get work and San Diego's and actress, so I knew it had to be Elliott, New York. I couldn't talk them into New York and there's not enough golfing in Manhattan. Let me just say you guys got to work on that. But I talked them into Los Angeles based on utter lie, and then we moved to Los Angeles, and I just started signing up for acting classes, and I took every kind of classic imagined voice over elocution lessons to try to lose my Chicago accent. I went to the lease Strasbourg academy on a scholarship that I'm pretty sure I'm pretty sure it was illegal like I remember, my mom going to the lease Strasberg academy with me and saying that I qualified for a scholarship based on my father's real way, express retirement pension fund, and somehow they bought it. I went there for free for two years. And then you've found the groundlings. Yes. Because. Grew up loving second city and worshiping second city in Chicago, the level of talent was stunning to me astonishing. I mean when I when I went to the early shows there. I mean, they they were so sharp and the idea that you could improvise scenes that were truly improvised based on audience suggestions, as you know. But also the way they interacted with each other. And I could tell the dynamics were different between each player and that whole school, and I thought the theater, you know, ninety nine seats. So it was waiver. I thought it was like intimate, but still impressive. And I was bold. As brass is my mom would say and after the show, I didn't know what to do. I wanted to be involved in some way, and I didn't know anybody in Los Angeles. And so I'm marched backstage, which was inappropriate. And I went to I went up to the guy that I thought was the funniest guy in the whole show. And I said, I'm sorry to bother you. But I understand I said something like is there any way I can get involved. In this. What do I do? And he was so nice. And he said yes, and he introduced me to the teacher of the school. And he said there's there's lessons, and there's various levels that you have to graduate to in explained it to me news, very sweet and patient with me. And that man's name was Phil Hartmann? I know. And then years later, I actually got to be in shows with Phil because Phil would always do a pilot and before SNL like the show never went. So he kept doing pilots and pilots and every so often even come back to the groundlings. And I'll never forget getting a good review in the then LA weekly which sort of made or broke the groundlings at that time and fill out a mention, and I got a mention and I remember thinking like Fillon. I like in my mind, it was like the Fillon Kathy shows doing quite well, but you know, so many talented people came out of there, and then became a teacher there. So that was my day job for years will Ferrell was the student of mine. Sure terrorism student of mine, and the people I was in the company were all talented..
"ian" Discussed on How To Be Amazing with Michael Ian Black
"And this is all a lie or rather an improvisation. If you want to say that it was an early improvisational genius. You're eighteen years younger than your youngest sibling. Right. Yes. Okay. So when you say. Use the rhythm of it. Okay. And I'm what you call an accident baby. And they love to tell me that every year. You're an accident. I I know I get it. I'm still an accident. I was jeweled have you? And you know, what my mom did. This is so genius. My mom. This is like old timey Dr stuff. Besides the fact, I vividly remember going to the doctor with my mom, and she would dress off because it was a big deal to do with the doctor, and he would he was like five hundred pounds getting on a podcast. I mean, you have to do the hair you have to do the may hair makeup glam glam session. Forget how late H you you are. are very late, and my seems are crooked. But I remember doctors were revered for some reason and. My mom was very star struck. So like, I grew up on publications called Rona Barrett's Hollywood. I don't know if that rings a bell good also the times trip, you know, had to know the newspaper stuff. And so for some reason our family with absolutely no show business connections or really expirations was very starstruck. And so like it or not I grew up with a lotta politics at the table talk. And yet, you know, my mom could name. Elizabeth Taylor's husbands in succession, while my father could name the supreme court nominees in succession. So it was a nice combination. That combination is now kind of echoing its way in your own career trajectory true. In fact, one of the t shirts, I sell my website. It's called impeach Brett. For sale a Kathy Griffin dot com. Oh, do.
"ian" Discussed on How To Be Amazing with Michael Ian Black
"In may of two thousand seventeen Kathy Griffin faced the biggest controversy of her career, which if you don't know came about when photographer Tyler shields published pictures of her holding a facsimile of Donald Trump's decapitated head. The response was swift and harsh longtime friends abandoned her for tour dates were cancelled and she found herself being investigated by the FBI but in true, Kathy Griffin fashion. She once again put to work a lifetime of experience clawing and scratching her way to the top. And although the aftermath has been rough to save lease. She refused to go away coming up. We're talking more about her. No, good horrible year. And we discussed the balance between ambition in contentment. I laid my own personal struggles with this. I said that when I was content. Professional ambition goes down. Here's what she had to say. Oh, that's the struggle for real. That is that is a conversation. I've had with the lake great. My dear departed Joan rivers, which is the personal life in the professional life rarely coincide. So yes, I have also experienced that when I have professional highs. I often have personal lows and vice versa. That is the formula when you can figure out contentment in both or some level contentment. That's got to be the winning formula. What has been like the most content time for you? And when you had both working, well believe it or not my boyfriend who, unfortunately, we just broke up, but for many years when he was my tour manager, I really was in heaven because we traveled together, and we were love, and we would vacation and we lived together. So even though there's a lot of gender politics involved at cetera. I would be very happy in that situation and believe it or not when I was filming my life on the list. I never have as much fun as when my mom and dad would be on the show because they'd be on the quote, set meaning my house, but they'd also be in front of a camera. And even though it was unscripted I loved being able to show the world. How genuinely funny they will my mom is still alive. My dad was so we're going to Tyra, and I just want to make sure that she doesn't want like confront me on like, why are you? So mean and say bad things about plumbers and your act, and they're going to show a clip of me talking about her in my act. I know you do this thing where she gets doubt. She's very a lady like, and then she gets real known real down and dirty scandal, cheap this way, she is going to be offended by that. All right. So here's the plants or percent, if it gets ugly, or like, if she does anything like, you know. Well, how can you say bad things about these poor celebrities just trying to make a living and the audience is like, yeah. Blue the number one you have to contradict that. So then when I say something, we're we're we going to be your in the audience of New Orleans from the audience. Yes, you can my. You mentioned your parents my life on the dealers, and it sounds like they were pretty supportive of us sort of heading into show business from a fairly young age. DC's the Kool-Aid. Do didn't you go out to LA with them? Like when you were a tighter them. All right. So my mother still has a dream that I'm going to be either a stew. Let's say that we're more. It's a flight attendant, right? Okay. Or a dental hygienist? But that's just not true. But that's what she wants. She wants me to have a real job. And my father said pursue your dreams. And my dad had this great line where he said fuck about on care if you never work again, do what you want which unfortunately, it took a little too seriously. And yet when they wanted to retire because the this the Chicago interest was so bitter that they wanted to go someplace warmer, they were deciding between San Diego and Los Angeles, and we didn't have the inter-web back then. And I convinced them that Los Angeles had more free golf courses. I said I had done an extensive study at the forest park library in Illinois..
"ian" Discussed on How To Be Amazing with Michael Ian Black
"My life on the list and my talk show, and they're all going to be available on I tunes. You bought that stuff? You bought like the TV show? Yeah. Years and years of link legal wrangling, and I just thought, you know, all these dudes, I know have the licensing and they have ownership of their material. And I thought I need that. And by the way, it has no value. Dow like known in the world like Netflix isn't going forty million dollars for the Kathy Griffin library. But you know, who knows I'm gonna put it up on itunes for ninety nine cents an episode or something, but I might end up taking home ten pricey. It sounds. All right, nineteen cents fine. That's right. You talked me down. And I right now, I have nothing but pride and that in ten cents will get you a Cup of coffee at wind chills. And you also just paid to. The film your special. That's right. So I just finished a very successful world tour which grossed four point four million dollars. And my overhead is very low. It's just me and a bottle of water and a notebook although in the United States, I did fly private for security reasons which killed because it costs a fortune, but I'm very proud of that and private from like, it's a lot. Let's say New York to Madison Wisconsin, oh, that'd be probably like twelve five twelve thousand five the big one is cross country like that can be like fifty K round trip or maybe in central tissue. Kate one way. But I I did a couple of times. But they'll they'll make whatever saying what you want this true. Although I'm so how should I say prudent that I limit the budget on the private jet to like a really pathetic basket of like a couple protein bars. And you know, and a lot of Sierra mist you'll spend the fifty K, but you won't spend sixty bucks. That's right. I wish I make my sandwich at home. That's right. What I'm hearing from you is. Yeah. And I feel like this is classic Kathy Griffin. What I'm hearing from? You is a a kind of recitation of accomplishments, and I'm not that's not too. That's not to put any to take any that away from I will list. Anyone who will listen, I feel, but my sense of you is that Kathy Griffin will forever have a chip on her shoulder and that chip on your shoulder has kind of created Kathy Griffin. Yes, we're gonna come from. It is a it is the midwest Chicago Irish Catholic, you know, lots of booze involved I have never had a drink in my life. I can't say the same for you. I have no idea. Situations. I just love to say that it's been there since day one, and it is directly for my parents. Although my dad didn't he wasn't. So like he didn't care about money. He just worked at a retail store, and my mom was worked in administrative office of a Catholic hospital, and, you know, those nuns held onto the cash, and so it's really more from my mom, but I think it is the fact that the grew up in the depression and kind of instill that into all of us kids, although I'm the youngest. But but. Work as an actress many times. Yeah..
"ian" Discussed on How To Be Amazing with Michael Ian Black
"Sorry. Mr. take that. What what does that, sir? Thank you. Please having over, sir. You just walked you just want white when you put the thing over the smart. No, I'm not, sir. Ause we troublemaker. Let's go through the cast. Okay. You okay. She gaffe again, Debra Wilson. Yup. Tracey Morgan again. Yes, Louis Gotti sounds scandal. Guillermo de Geer Medina's me and was maybe a coupe. Yes. Ariz spears was in free. Yes. And then I got canned because in between campaign because it's a soda can. That's right. I got canned because I was naive because I didn't know one time. I was doing us magazine twenty-five things, you don't know about me. And I instantly they said what is in the writer of your contract. And I wanted to make a joke like, oh, you know, hookers and blow, but instead I said peanut butter and diet coke, and I'm mmediately got a call saying, you're fired. From Sierra mist, and I did not make the connection. And I I don't wanna I don't use your bitter. I just feel I was robbed of what could have been Cleo. Even though they don't exist anymore. I remember having a very serious conversation with you where you were trying to weed allow of me, and I think I told you exactly how much money I was making four this year missed commercials. You told me. Yeah. I think it was less. You know, what I'm not gonna say the number. But it was this because it's haunted me to this day. Because when you get fired from gig that you don't make that much it hurts. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Let me let me tell you. If I ever seen anybody from PepsiCo, I'm gonna I'm gonna be so far up there. But you have no idea. I'm an apologize for that twenty five. I'm going to say, you know, it should be twenty four things. You don't know about me take that strike it change my writer. There's a wild week though, that combination of people was pretty fun and wild always super fun. I mean, considering we're just making soda pop commercials. Yeah. Great. And the catering on commercials is always very good in the conversation. If you recall, Tracy, Morgan, very open about his cocktail of meds, which I respect. I don't remember. Oh, he went deep because you know, he deals with issues. I don't know if you remember when. Department of fire. But that was just an herbal day. And he did ask to impregnate me. I believe he asked you the same thing. He that's a runner. Yes. Why was runners? That's a class. Classic TM. Yes. Endeavour Wilson did hilarious open Prussian and gaff again was just counting his money. You know, gaffe again can buy and sell both of us at this point. Because he's got he figured out the freaking formula that I never did which is clean. He performed for the pope. Okay. But he did stand up for the ball a fucking pope. I understand. Okay. But you sold out Carnegie Hall is you repeatedly is five times as you won't shut up about and played Radio City than before just to be an asshole. You really aren't ask. All right. But the money thing I wanna talk about Scott because I feel like this is first of all it's super important to me money Super Bowl show business. Yes, business, and I wish it was less than it was important to be conceptually. But I do nothing to actually earn. It you on the other hand, I feel like it's important to you. And then you go out and you make that money. Yeah. Was money always important to you was that always a thing growing. Oh, yeah. My mom watched. There was like a famous sixty minutes or something about some woman who lost everything and ended up having like who knows if it was like the jackpot or something or the lottery, and she had to live in her car, and you dog food and my mother to this day..