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Ross Jeffs on Individualizing Speed Training by Understanding Concentric
"We have an awesome show for you lined up on individualizing factors and speed training. individualization has been one of my favorite topics to get into I feel like one of the most rewarding things that. Seems to happen throughout the process of coaching athletes is finding that athlete who just wasn't responding to the training that they had been given and looking at them, and and having the layers of awareness to understand where they're at and his into as an individual giving them the training they need and seeing them succeed. That is one of my absolute favorite things as a coach and. And that's why these podcasts on training individualization. I just enjoy them a ton, so Ross Jeff's. He was on the podcast back on episode, one forty, five, talking about trainers versus racers, which again is another element of individualization, basically knowing how to train athletes based off of how close they can get to their peak performance output in practice versus competition and how to train them correspondingly. Ross is currently working as a sprints jumps in hurdles coach at the aspire academy in Doha Cutter. He formally has worked in the Netherlands is the sprints and jumps coach. He's also coached under the guidance of Jonas Dodo within this speedwork system. Outside the track field Ross's worked with a number of athletes. From -rageous sports including tennis boxing. Olympic medalists from backs, basketball and rugby sevens, and Ross really has a full gamut of people that he's worked with. He's absolutely one of the most brilliant young coaches I've talked to. He's open-minded. He's curious. He has a huge tribe of mentors and I always learn things that are very applicable whether I reading his articles or obviously talking to him in these podcasts, so for the show today Ross is going to get into the idea behind on three types. Types of sprinting or three types of sprinting athletes and how to identify those, and then how those athletes ten respond best to training, and so I've seen a presentation that Ross did on this I was thoroughly intrigued, and unlike we have to do a podcast on this and so I'm super lucky to have him back and so we're going to get into that. We're going to get into three types of these three types of sprinting athletes identifying them and then how to train them. And whether you attract coach or not, there's a ton of gold in the show just in the sense that honestly if you're a track coach, a lot of times like if you're training jumpers, you may have a group that is almost more going to be close to one type. Were says a team sport. You're going to have a lot of types and so being able to just go through these ideas. It's going to give you a great new layers awareness, and this was an awesome show, so all that being said. Let's get onto episode two six with Ross Jeff's. Ross man awesome. Have you back? How how have you been? has there been any. I've been doing any online coaching in the midst of all this. What's what's happening in the world to track and field right now? Ed, you'll find, have me May Yeah, it's interest. Not Come in Cadillac up in about almost a year now so. Been in lockdown since. At Emma, so we've been there most fought training session close, so there's no, there's not much garnell. Plenty plenty of time was that where this presentation that we're GonNa talk about today was born. I'm sure that's been. It's been in the works right for a long time, but did that. Give you the free time to get all this together. Yeah. The James Baker whose who who runs fullness performance, and he's kind of been bugging me to kind of put together for a while, so it's the right time to do things. For sure I think sometimes when there's little bit more free time or downtown I know for me. It's been a lot easier to get a wider spectrum of guests on for sure on my own end with all this on the for the podcast, but I I was really still I know our our last time with the trainers versus racers was awesome. I mean it gave me so many things to think about an implement, and so I was super excited to see that you add the. New a new categorization, and of course we talked about this like no, not the goal isn't to put athletes boxes, per se, but just the more we can learn about how different outfits respond is is just so incredible and interesting to me and so. Let's kick this off. Let's to tell us about. Your your category, your categorization, concentric, elastic and metabolic maybe to start with the history of it, like where where did all this come from in terms of you? Your journey of deciding or or determining which athletes I know, track sprinters. We're talking about specifically, but which types of sprinters were responding to which types of training? So. Springtime into briefly set the scene fest. I think if you watch. The Olympics there are many commonalities inconsistencies around. Will faucets sprinters in the while. Technically, but there's also some variation, right and all too often this variation schroeck officer. As an idiosyncrasy oh. You know this athlete would run faster if they run like Basil D'Amato, isn't a nominee, so we shouldn't coalpit. Will actually might be inefficient for one person might be actually efficient for a number, and it's the same if you analyze training program I mean in this hundred meter final that it's going to be some very similar themes that coaches through the face, but that also be some very different themes. We know people have run. Teno running never more than two times I meet some of the way up to five hundred six hundred arrests so very early mccutchen career realized that Sanofi just one in very different need to the program that they were given an equal equally, they responded very differently to kind technical changes well. Her when this happens. Time and time again over to for years you start to see some click consistencies than pictures around what kind of profile you haven't is and then to go that people have been putting some ideas out on the topic around neuro. Typing in action type toilets fouts five typing stuff from Hank. Ulcers put some stuff out around muscular Hashtag as good a reset from the distance, running community around Ariel terrestrial runners, so it's kind of blended all these ideas and something that. into something I understand in seeing can apply on a consistent
"jeff ross" Discussed on Dumb People Town
"On twitter unless you had a good one. Today had a good one today. All I wrote. I all I wrote was as God. Is God taking an Improv class? WAS ON. The top of the Parking structure in Glendale charging my car, there's a test would charging station and there was an earthquake, yes. I'm GONNA fuck it. Pandemic to rioting downstairs and I'm going to die an earthquake charging your car. It's GonNa. Take Real. That's so I. Need a location. Earth Jesus. Picking of Twenty Twentieth? Bit where she was like listing all the things she had into at that famous recorded at Largo and she said you guys don't worry. Though because God, says he'll never give me any more than I can handle, which means I just picture the angels up there with God going I think i. think that's enough and God gone. I think she can take. He can take a little bit. Angels are like I. Think they've had it with twenty twenty. He's like Let's see if we. Can Get quaking. Handle it. Yeah, that was great grey tweed. Last story. Let's get into this and let's here. We got wrap it sent in by Pete Yarbrough. A Minneapolis man was arrested last Wednesday night after this is all the way back on April. Twenty third after leading state police on a pursuit on the Indiana toll road, so he's from Minnesota, but he was on the Indiana toll. Road about nine twenty PM officers and two separate marked police vehicles near the ninety six mile marker in Elkhart county observed a Red Mustang because that's totally on brand for. Traveling, westbound at a high speed radar readings showed the car going more than how fast do you guys think this Red Mustang? I assume it's new. They didn't give a year. Yes, going. Is, going. Chow fast fast was enough to make this story. It's not about the speed though I'll tell you that I don't WanNa get you up to like Nascar. Eighty eight. Okay, Jay, what do you think? One twenty okay I think one thirty. Okay one of you. Is Exactly Right Oh so jeff now we get to play the game. Who Do you think is exactly right? Jay, it's you or do you think it's me? Read it again, okay. They observed a Red Mustang traveling westbound at a high speed. A radar readings showed the car going more than blank miles per hour, according to a news release. Jason One twenty, I said one thirty eight I. Think it's got to be one thirty. Okay I think it's me. I made one twenty. The radar reading at that time showed the car going. One hundred and twenty miles per hour. School. Okay both officers caught up to the Mustang with lights and sirens activated, but the mustangs driver refused to stop to. This is what I'm going to read you the headline. Man arrested after tollroad pursue said he thought police wanted to race. Yes, yes. WHAT THEY WANNA do. On, he thoughts I. Go furious style the pace car. I bid low. Thinking like on. The price is right right. I knew you guys would go big sounds like. Maybe there's some twist to it like he's hanging out the window. That's true. That's true. No, he's locked into this race with cops. He's going twenty going twenty. Yes, the Mustang then avoided stops. The mustangs then avoided. Stop sticks deployed by the assisting officer on the eighty four Mile Marker, so that's twelve miles away. He's doing that about six minutes, yeah! Stop sticks were then deployed again and were successful deflating the tires on the Mustang. The man driving the car told police he did not stop because he thought the troopers wanted to race shirt. Yep No, that's not what people want to do. He was arrested on suspicion of resisting law enforcement and reckless driving, and also received several moving violations. He was booked into the county jail. What Age do you guys think? A person is when they believe? Cops just wanted to race them in their Red Mustang. Imagine if imagine it, although all our problems, the world would be solved if. Police brutality. We were mad at them just for racing yeah. Well we are mad at them about race for some issue different West. Right well, said well said. Okay. Our guest you do not have to go I, Jeff. If you don't want to, you can go. You can go second or third. Haga third. Okay. You'll go third all right. J What do you think five years old? Because that's a five year old talent, give me a real game. I race car, real real real guests I'm. GonNa say. Twenty seven twenty seven years old, that's that's some in your twenties. Bravado like I remember Jeff You. Probably we probably met Jeff when he was about twenty. Twenty eight, twenty, six or twenty five. What are you a couple years older than us? Yeah I. Think so I think we met you in New York when you were about twenty five. So this is this is. This is young New York. Jeff Ross Vodka. I think I think it's twenty Jeff. What do you think? What year was the Mustang No. I'M GONNA? Say mid life crisis kind of thing. This guy was going to say this guy was fifty. Eight, twenty seven and Twenty that is a range right there if If fifty is right and I'm not saying it isn't, but if he is an older man and I'm not saying, use it. And he misinterprets getting pulled over for wanting to race. That lack of communication means he is definitely divorced. Zometa show her. His fault. Here we go, we'll close it out here. The man who told the cops he didn't stop because he thought the troopers wanted to race is..
"jeff ross" Discussed on Dumb People Town
"You want to be. A pray steele. Books Ever Julia Roberts movies injuries. Life won't stop talking about. After about an hour, officers broke through the front doors and located the man inside which means, either they waited an hour to get their own. They were waiting for him to get out, or they're hoping to get in. When he had to go through the same window, he did I know. For an hour. They're like buddy. Hey, we know it's almost like they're talking to a dog, though like hey, come on out or trying to coax hat out. have of you eaten hot pocket. Have you know had Jeff? I actually tried my. Pocket during quarantine and I loved it really. What flavor did you go with? It was like a pizza thing. was like Oh. My son was super into little. Tortilla knows which are kind of like many hot five. And I got into those, because, of course, there's a plate of him. He'll eat like fourteen. There's like four laughed I'm like! What are we going to throw these away? Four was enough sodium for week five diarrhea. I've never. Oh, I might have had had. It's insane. It's too much it's too. What does it taste like? It's to heartburn. Tastes tastes like it's like designed in a lab to be great. Okay, so it it. It's like if someone was like. If you've never seen a pizza before, but rolled it. Reminds me, sorry. I don't know if they had these in Chicago, but when I was a kid Stromboli. Yeah, so it's like a little mini Stromboli. That's it. That's exactly Chicago was the last time I had a stromboli really was in Chicago. We could get them in college like right. You'd be full and if there. Is a CAL zone like a cousin to the Stromboli, the is. Lawn over yeah. Right I think I think you're right, yeah! All right after about an hour, officers broke through the front doors and located the man that's out in my mind. I hope they were talking to each other the whole time as officers took him outside and arrested him. The man told ten news breaking news tracker. I don't need that that. He entered the bank just so he can microwave his hot pockets. That's all he wanted. When asked, if hot pockets were worth it. The man responded on camera. Quote Hell. Yeah it was worth it. If you are hot pockets sleaze. Tell me you don't cut that into a commercial right worth event for. And they should put a little thing like we don't condone breaking into a bank, but we get. Version of the Chris Rock bit. Did it? I'm just saying I understand or even better. It's like hot pockets. They won't break the bank, but they'll make you wanNA break into where you go. I like it. That's good. That's really expensive. You can get on a fire if they just if they did just license or whatever that footage. That is a perfect commercial. We don't condone this, but we get it, but we get it. We understand Jeff you're. You're dead on I. think that's so good. Police did not release any further details on the incident that takes care of story number to. Give us a little of going to see at the end you got. A guy was arrested for the dumbest and most confusing reason. I've ever alright Jeff Ross is with us the roast master general. We have one more segment of dumb people town. This is making me feel better. We'll be back right after the. Yeah. Sit around. Out. On..
"jeff ross" Discussed on Dumb People Town
"Around. Town. Hey town, as what would another episode of Dumb People? Population you population Ross Jeffrey. Postmaster General it is so nice to just talk to you. I see you and I. Get a smile on my face. No matter how difficult these times are I, just love you. Brother and I'm so happy to be in contact with you right now. Thank you guys. It's great to see you both and. You haven't changed a bit either. A little bit. A little bit through this whole thing I was. We were texting with Brian. Moses the other day, and just that was on Tuesday and I was thinking to myself. You know what I need right now more than anything to go up to the comedy store late night and be a part of a roast battle I. See that I needed it in our core. Just just the the you know what I and I thought about it, too. We're talking about it and Dan knows Dan's judge. The rose battle with is up there there. For, it, being a battle, there is so much love in that room. Do you know what I'm saying like? Anybody who comes up and just is mean they get. They basically get literally stiff armed by the audience sh-. You come up with love and you do it out of love. Isn't that like the most beautiful thing in the World Jeff? It's it's Cathartic, and it's bonding. It's healing and people. Keep asking me if I missed STANDUP. Not really yet. I do miss the Roast Bat S. will the stand up. I haven't had a break for thirty years. A break like I didn't stop for thirty five right? That's right. You also have one of the funniest. Things happened during this time over all stuck in our house when you had Jeremiah be. The Tiger King on you know and everybody bought it. Everybody bought us so good. Oh, it was. It was one of those perfect bits. But you're my podcast, I've been having you know celebrity, guests and Net, and during the pandemic, you can get big stars her because everybody's whole. Brad Paisley I had Chelsea. Handler had Al Franken and then so having. Joe, exotic didn't seem that crazy. And you both crush it like you let it just enough in the right way, and then like Jeremiah a pro characters like he knew where to play it, and it was like at a time. Were everyone really needed to laugh that hard or just be that suckered into something to distract them away from like everything? You laugh at the bit as it's going on, and then when you realize that you've been duped you laugh at yourself, it's just. The double. So great and again there is love and the reason why the battle is. Love is because you're at the center of it. You're at the top of that iceberg, so like it all trickles down to everybody to Moses to the wave. Judges I always love me enough when a judge doesn't get it and you're like. No, you're not the right way you gotTA. You gotTA. Tell what you love about what they did. It's not all about ripping them to shreds. Well look that's what we try to do. On this show, dump people town. We know roasts, dumb behavior, gross dumb behavior, and so we've got you on here. Let's just go through a couple of stories and I know that we'll all feel better at the end of this if you're ob so I'm so ready for this guy. Did some some Cathartic dumb people town? We're GONNA get our first story sent us Bileny at M. L. Leonard Eight, all common, the number eight, not the word Leonard. Daniel van, Kirk Hashtag dumb people town. You can do that, too, if you WanNa Send Me a dump story that you see, keep it fun. Keep it light because today. We've got a Greenlee O. K. Jau Jeff. Did we ever do a greenlee with you because you're gonNA, love this so much all right so we'll greenlee as a journalist. I owed unquote use that very loosely for the palm down in Florida. He actually was one of the early guys who broke the whole Robert. Kraft you know oshkosh parallel? Okay, he was one of the real story. That's the real story, so he writes about dumb behavior down in Florida, but our theory is that he has a fifteen hundred word count he has to get in and these stories equal about eight hundred words, and so he spent. Most of his articles, explaining things that we already know to us by Geek he one time wrote like two verses of the Thong songs in his description of it. We're like I can't believe these journalists. Explained what an anchor is and how it works, drop it. He also has explained what socks are and where they go on our feet where we have done this. The people that have been like just ravaged their brains by hearing his stories like will Arnett John C Reilly Michael J., so here's the deal so the Bobby Lee almost. Almost. Had to go into the bathroom and take a shit in the middle of a cat so. Here's the Game Dan is going to read the story all right so now we it up and Dan has either. He is strategically placed a bunch of his own fake descriptions of things that we already know and with Greenlee descriptions, and our job is to try and guess whether it was Dan or Greeley. Okay so okay met anytime. There's bullshit. either. He wrote it or I did and so I'm just GonNa, tell you Jeff Dan is so good. Don't try to look for a pattern. We can't even do Jay and I've done this so many times a week. Here Indian River County, which feels problematic to say..
"jeff ross" Discussed on The Endless Honeymoon Podcast
"So I. I love the fact that you said. He fled by the way because he did. Yeah I wouldn't have described it as he left. He fled the for the authorities. Were after him and he had must've been must have been alternate side parking that yeah well. According to him he has read a lot about epidemiology. So He's an expert. Oh wait so not only. Is he living in a shipping container? But he's also a covert truth. This guy gets better. Those guys like a Russian doll of red flags keeper. You get in the more you want to get out. Yeah I mean. This is like the tip of the iceberg with him. I mean that's I feel like I should have stuck with the first attempt which was after like a terrible Valentine's based of awful. What happened Well we plan to go camping on his Land upstate or is he called it just living? That's true when there are no other options. You're just trying survive And he invited his friend to the weekend who was going through. She divorce love. It's up parole office. He fled his parole officer. So this guy. This guy is beneath you. You don't like him he he. You don't stand for the same things you don't like morals you don't you think he's kind of a loser. You don't respect him. So why do you lie to you? Ever text combat. I guess I just feel like if I were alone and like very alone I feel like and I only had a couple of people that I contacted. Then like losing one of those people when you're alone fields really new and will end so yeah Zoa. LemMe ask you something. Do you must care about him on some level right I do. I don't think you I think he means well. He's just a stone cold. Astle sure but I I was going to say. Don't you think he deserves to be with somebody that respects him? Yes yes so isn't staying with him and staying in this data set with somebody that you don't respect and he deserves to be with some of the respect isn't it doesn't seem like compassionate seems like Maybe it's not the opposite of compassion. Maybe it's kind of like not nice to keep them on the hook. You're never going to give him what he wants. So I mean listen if you want to get rid of the Guy. Called the Merchant Marines them and just get him on the road. I mean you are correct. I think with like with corn keynote. It's hard to tell like there are no rules anymore. Everything is upside down.
"jeff ross" Discussed on The Endless Honeymoon Podcast
"Data. What Jeff if you want Dana to open up to us all you have to do is pay her spend some money on her wishlist on Amazon. Open right up. I think it has to do with pain. I think that she likes like like some kind of like pins or some kind of like like a pleasure. It's pure like hedonism a okay. Okay okay thank you like to dress like characters from success succession. Is he getting closer on on my phone? Yeah all right so you won't tell us I'm Dana. Let me ask you this. What if what? If what if I gave? You my word that we would beep beep it out and and you say it and we won't refer to it but it will give us context and an ability to make fun of you but we won't we I promise you. Can you can sue me for. I've got a lot of money but between me different you can sue jeff. Raw Jeff is a very very successful producer and comedian. If we this out yes I promise you we will be out I promise. Okay I'll say okay I for money. Wow.
"jeff ross" Discussed on The Endless Honeymoon Podcast
"Hey Jeff I'm Oh how you doing. Oh man this is crazy. The last time I was at a party I think might be your Hanukkah party. I don't think we're doing parties anymore. Jeff I think that's kind of the end of that. This is our party I open a catering business so it's like that doesn't even exist anymore. Neither does the stand up comedy business too. If you're two for two we're GONNA come back but you know he's not going to come. Back is a close up magician there. What do you envision over what he? What do you envision is a standup show Come back how how's IT GONNA look Well as we all experiences. We're starting out is you know. Audience is small so I don't ever want to go back to that. I'd rather stay home and either find something else to do or or be broke and perform for like social distance audiences. I thought wouldn't it be silly? I thought you were saying you. Didn't you'd rather stay home and be broke than ever perform to audiences less than the thousands of people you currently perform for. No WELL WE PERFORM FOR NOBODY. So if you tell me all right you can perform every night for forty people sitting ten feet apart. I'm like all right. I'd rather just call your podcast and stay home and do other write a movie. I was thinking. Jeff here's my idea for a live show or the first one out. There's a drive in movie theater about forty five minutes away from La we do. We do a big do a big show. Everybody comes in their car and instead of hearing laughter. They just honk their horns. Are you love that that I would do that anything? Once I've been on the back of trucks performing desserts in war zones like I'll perform on zoom outperform. I don't give a shit. Have you done zoom so yet? I've just a zoom like showed up at friend's parties so I like it because I could scout everybody out without them knowing it. That's nice as a roaster. That's really good. You get the kind of sniff out everybody's weaknesses for a extended period of time and then attack. When I've got them all revved up in my chamber I can say all right mute me unleash the roast master. Jeff Mute this mother. Jeff you've been doing these instant INSTA- roasts and you made fun of Cova patient who is on a ventilator right. He told me he said he said brand. Just make me laugh please. I don't know if it's I mean it was. I saw Jeff. It was beautiful. It was hilarious. It was touching. It's it was exactly what you do. Which is like sweetness through through roasting. But I was also concerned with making a person with an upper respiratory. Pneumonia situation laugh too. That's a good idea. Well you're right. Because he died did he know he's it was actually a nice connection. Because I asked the fans like and I put it on instagram. Like looking for the guy because these people come up on my instant roast randomly so he was a one in a million or one thousand chance of and then he's sitting there in a New York hospital on a respirator waiting for help and you arrived. Yeah then I arrived to To try to give them some levity but also like you have fans like salivating. Waiting for a roast. So I can't even remember what I said but I think it had something to do with. How ugly he was. I'm sure the mask didn't help at all but I kind of no not at all. I've got a better at a rough time with the Kobe. And using the hospital for a while. And now he says he's doing better and he actually watched the INSTA- roast with the nurses he said and they really last a lot so I felt good myself. That's really sweet. I'm Kinda depressed. Jeff thought that like you would have like a really positive attitude towards comedy and you would say it'll back in like fuck it it's over. I just enrolled an online law school. I'm divorce attorney now if anybody any listeners. If they would've put an end to their endless honeymooners. Siham meal some legal the way things are going Jeff. We might be calling you for some of that advice as well. Not just as a podcast. Got The torch the torch master general coming in the legal brief master general. Wait so jeff your quarantining alone. Now I'm here with my girlfriend and two dogs. Yeah you found a German shepherd on the street in Hawthorne what's founder and we. We almost got a German shepherd. We tried to buy German shepherd from a weird Russian woman that promised us they would attack anybody that looked at funny but then in the end. We've got a little scared. Yeah no we. We traced her whole thing and she was a movie dog she was she was. She tortured a terrorist and zero dark thirty now. She's retired really your dog has an MD PhD. She's just a you know we actually thought she was really old and lamps and she's blind but but As we kind of take take her in our house in our hearts. I feel like she's getting younger. She's getting stronger and her name is Rona Corona. So that's very sweet here in inviting this love and tear life this new responsibility so she was so gross That we had the the the groomer came in charged US double. She had like flies and our regular dog. Luna was so mad at us for bringing this homeless crack whore into her ballots. Are you noticing any of the Telltale German shepherd signs like like ultimate loyalty and suspicion of strangers. She Barks Jeers. Oh that's an even more traditional terms. Well you're that might not work out really well. Yeah but I I. I've I've seen her. She hasn't had she hasn't been like we you know. I'll put it this way. My girlfriend has a Dutch shepherd right. Who's eight years old? Who's in really good shape? And she's a greatest song ever and But my girlfriend's a vegetarian so she's never had stocks. Never had Toshi met me so now she thinks I invented this. I mean you you're a do so that's close enough isn't it? You introduce Pastrami and I have gone back to the same Deli for the Pastrami Sandwich. Unit is to five times. I love that good and you know what it's made life better. We really never had Pastrami met Jeff. Yes he was at Largo and he had the sandwich and I couldn't stop eating and he told me it was from green bats and it was Pastrami and I've gone back many times over the years for it wasn't this year. No is a couple of years ago anyway. The point is all right. Well Jeff Destroying Bobby. Yeah now you know what to have in bed on. Mother's Day I was just GonNa want to keep your fucking Pastrami away from my wife. Dude I destroy me Well Jeff. Thank you for letting. Us call you and reach into your quarantine We love you. We miss you and we thought maybe you could help us. We do advice calls and people call in. They've got issues and we try to help solve them and you can also roast them if you want. Well that might have to happen. Because I can't really say that I'm GonNa be a relationship expert. So neither are we could get if they can get through me. Maybe you can help. Give them some some hell. Let's do it we're going to. We're going to how Dana in Austin you're going to hear a second of Silence Jeff and then we will be connected. Jeff Still Connected Olen Dana. Can you hear us? I can hear you pretty well. Okay far away but I got it. We'll we'll try to get closer. What's happening so my issue is that I met this man named Charlie on a niche fetish website about a year ago The men on this site are willing to spend money to establish relationship or friendship with the women on the site They sometimes by content like photos or videos or send us money via email or other payment ass bias stuff off our wishlist Charlie specifically stated that he was looking for a real relationship and not something transactional so I made him think. I was interested in him when I really only wanted his money And now almost a year later. I am actually interested in him and I don't know how to move forward with something real after my initial deception. Okay I have some questions. What's what's the niece. I have some questions and you have weekends. 'cause I'm I'm looking for a assistant for my Production Company Jeff. You don't even know what the niches yet. I don't feel comfortable answering that because it's such a specific thing that I feel go without like our communities really small man we can we guess towards it or like how Nisha Nisha like white panties and he liked has a flashlight and looks up your panties. I now I think if it's not I.
"jeff ross" Discussed on The Endless Honeymoon Podcast
"Podcast I'm your host Natasha Lazaro. On her assistant my name's. Moshe casher episode fifty three of the endless honeymoon. Podcast and we are coming to the end of the road. Don't you think that people were kind of getting to the end of people's ability to stay indoors I feel like more and more people are like scrambling to find a way? Yeah I I read about some ice cream shop in Connecticut. That like opened up for day and people were so mean and rude because they weren't used to being in public for weeks shop manager had to like post on social media that they were closing again. For how bad everyone behaves. Do there was a restaurant in Colorado. That was in the news today that they opened for mother's Day in defiance of the closure order and they were like. We didn't just have a good mother's Day. We did double the business of a normal mother's Day people are like you know what? Give me Co vid. I'm down to die in order to get out so I kind of knew this was going to happen by the way I've always kind of suspected the what would I kind of suspect that the government knows it too that the quarantine thing was never designed because human beings truly can't stay indoors forever. I mean they just beyond the economic implications of people are starting to like scramble. And go crazy I really think the quarantine orders were in order to to to soften the blow as much as they could to give the hospitals a chance to get the the first wave of covert patients in and out the door sometimes unfortunately In in a bad way in order to get them the second can and I don't mean the literal second way but just in order to get some of the numbers down and catch up and I think that I think were in California. We've done a pretty good job of that but you're starting to see people are fucking starting to crack up. Dude I mean I'll tell you specifically the Former young people in alcoholics anonymous a community of San Diego California. If my facebook is any judge is the center of the Cova Truth or community. I mean it's so funny. What do you say? Republicans and hippies. It's one hundred percent. The Cova troopers are broken down into trump voters and like anti VACs hippies. It's so funny like that that however far you drift if you get far enough on the fringe you meet your enemy out there just like oh. I guess we're friends. I mean this fucking plan. Democ documentary the amount of people that I met in. Aa Conventions. Engines in San Diego. When I was like seventeen that are sharing this plan. Democ documentary from the from the bowels of San Diego. I'm like what is it about Sandiego specifically that these people that were like the last time I checked in with them was like. We're like Hari Krishna. Juicers and like working at a tattoo shop are now like due to dog. The oldest. Who's working for Dr Fell? She was put into an internment camp. And there's no free to tell her tale. It's just like okay. Why do you? Why are you the person that I should listen to not the the medical community? I should listen to you ten years ago. You were a failure. Now you've what you've caught up in you you've woke you've read. You've taken a red pill on the beaches of San Diego speaking of the beaches of San Diego by the way and speaking of cracking up and needing escape the beaches in California are on fire right now and I snuck to a beach in the middle of the night recently but I was socially distant. I was far away from everybody. Technically this was illegal but I went out to the ocean. It's glowing blue right now. There are bio luminescent fido plankton in the water and when the waves crash it turns fucking blue and jumped on my surfboard and I paddled out. I've never experienced anything like it and was a peak experience. It was an unforgettable. I will never forget it for the rest of my life experience when I would paddle in the water. There would be a glow. A trail of glowing. So where do people go? They WANNA see this. You can't go. It's illegal today off the beaches be responsible covert but anyway. What I did was I went out. I could see fish in the water swimming but not I couldn't tell I couldn't see the fish I just saw the trail and when I would splash the water. It was like broke a glow stick open. You're like Ariel. I was exactly like I wanted to be a real girl. You're like a mermaid. I was exactly was Merman for one night. I was Merman and it felt so good and it reminded me just being in the ocean after after. All this time reminded me like. Oh there's a world out there we're going to get back to the world there will be. We will be back to the world right before climate change at all for the world ends. There's a world that's ending out there. We got to give back to quit because it's getting hot out there. I'll tell you what though when I was on the beach like I'm standing there and this like family sets walking toward me and I'm like hey like we're on the beach in a quarantine. I'm standing by myself. Obviously I don't want you walking towards me like and then I was telling my brother about that. And he's like well. There's no real risk if you're outdoors and they were. I mean they were six away the whole time but I was like. It's not about actually getting the virus. It's about the boorishness of people walking toward me. But then I was thinking to myself like it's not really normal. Is it that my instinct when a person walks towards me to be re re repulsed like when a human being when I see a human being edged towards me I'm like Oh get the fuck away from reveals in is not a good feeling no especially just for humans any human any person. I don't accept you and our kid like I don't want him like the idea of hugging my brother right now. Sound simultaneously like nice or my mom sound simultaneously nice or Claudia Schiffer Sunset Simultaneously Nice or grinds I don't know why grind or baby her weirdly name baby. It sounds like listening nice and horrible. I can't imagine hugging someone. That isn't in my bubble. Do you feel that way? I sometimes had dreams. I don't know have James. I'm hugging people. Wait what are just like saying hi to friends and let me walking. I don't know just people are just getting that feeling them being like. Oh I can't do that like waking up thinking that I know you main. I'm just kidding I have those dreams to just like your. It's like a relapse dream you know an AA. You would have that when you get sober. You all of its. Every dream is the same socks. Actually because you have this dream where you're like you are using but you don't get to experience the fun of being high. You just have the guilt of having relapsed and then you wake up. It's like the shittiest thing in the world. But it's kind of like that. It's like you're not getting the love for me was like you're not gonna the beauty of embracing your mom. You're actually just getting the like no. I just got mom cove it. Wait you have James about embracing your mom. I don't know what you're who the fuck are you embracing said fucking Morrissey who do you embrace in your dreams? I gotTa pay more attention. I don't know just a feeling I'm GonNa wake you up in the middle of the night tonight. The other things like our neighbors. Would we do their neighbors tonight? They wanted to do group. Karaoke or neighbors invited us to do Karaoke in the street. They brought the sanitized wireless Mike and they set up karaoke station and they were singing. Karaoke and it was kind of too bad because they had technical issues and they had worked so hard they set up disco balls on top of their house and like there was a screen that we could read the lyrics of. I was so excited to do it. There was we just needed to get the Mike thanks. We're going to get it worked out. But how does that We're perfecting it couple. Couple O- couple of white. I would say middle aged adults the in the middle of their street singing Karaoke. I mean that s some real. That's when you know the neighborhood has been gentrified when there's two couples singing Karaoke in the street. Well sorry about that everybody but it is nice kind of try to get back to normal like just even the little inklings of normal that I felt. Have you felt anything like that for a bike ride? You bought a bike. I know but now I need to go out more. Would you mean like I feel a? I don't like going out in a mask ochre so I don't really WanNa go outside lake. I don't really WANNA go on walks but you went for a bike ride to back. I did resume pass people. You told me you were having fun on that bike ride. I had an amazing time on the bike ride but that was just once saying up to a family and spit on them and say covert right off. That's what you told me. No but I'm saying in general I have found. It's been hard to leave the house because of the stress of the mask are just to walk the dogs around the block or something and the mask and like I don't know I just I just. The thing is stressful to me so I find that I don't get out enough. You're saying tonight the kids she wants to touch every single thing and then she's like trying to put like metal a metal fence in her mouth and I don't know I feel like tonight. We went out to do the Karaoke thing and our kid came out. She was like barefoot and an unkempt and in a tie-dyed shirt and she was jumping up and down and running on the sidewalk and in the grass and trying to sing along to the Karaoke and grabbing the Mike and Banging on a drum. And I was like this is what you're supposed to be experiencing as a little kid. You know like our neighbors said off classic California Toddler Barefoot tie-dyed Shirt and I was just like yes. This is what I was doing like. You're supposed to be out and experiencing the world not like trapped in your in your compound but we're doing what we have to do right now but I do. I just like I can feel that were. The walls are are going to crumble. The walls of quarantine will crumble. There's no way around that eventually. They will crumble. And the government will Will open things back up because it's going to happen and then we're GONNA have to figure out what happens next. sounds stressful. It's all stressful living in stressful times. Our parents had Kinda easy didn't they? They had like the least stressful years in modern. Memory he goes I World War One before World War One it's all just like a a morass of horrid and then it's like World War One World War Two the Cold War and then like the and then things kind of calm down a little bit and then from like the seven from like seventy to like this year in this country. Things were like slightly chiller like the nineties. Were very boring. Missile Nineties. Yeah that was. That was nice although there was gang violence and lots of killing and you know what the irony. Oh you mean like that. Like Courtney love grunge. I don't give a fuck disaffected like like detachment. Yeah right yeah. It's harder to be that way now. Yeah dislike you know being? Just sort of nihilistic. Yeah I guess I guess you don't have the option to be nihilistic right now because people are dying although you know what these. Cova troopers maybe. I gave him short shrift. They're pretty fucking nihilistic. You know there's like fuck it. I'm down to kill my grandparents. If it means I can go deep sea fishing. I gotta get out there if I if I can't get a cheeseburger. I'm willing to sacrifice my grandma for cheeseburger. Well that is nihilism. Wait so the Kovic truckers. What are they upset about though or late but I mean like it's GonNa open up in a few weeks. They just wanted to be opened up opened up now..
Alec Baldwin gets brutally roasted on Comedy Central
"Alex true passion is always been the theater Alex loves to hit the stage because it can't press charges. hello. so this is the roast on Comedy Central of Alec Baldwin Sean Hayes as the roast master but of course you have regulars that show up season to season like comedian Jeff Ross he's done a lot of roasting and Jeff Ross had a few things to say about Alec Baldwin Alec is actually my neighbor in Greenwich Village which was a pretty safe neighborhood until you moved in. if you're a big star I watch you get arrested for punching a guy over a parking spot. six nine valley your car and help your brother's business. so are you in the movie Pearl Harbor which was worse than the actual Pearl Harbor. the roads are. they are not also Robert deniro was a roaster of Alec Baldwin and Robert deniro. as you can imagine didn't have a lot to that we could air because he likes to use the curse words but we added that get some of Robert deniro's best. thank you for inviting me to do this now rocky and Bullwinkle will be the most embarrassing thing about. and that was it that's all we got the right one. this app that the app was it was pretty bad now I what typically happens is that the person who is getting roasted in this case it's Alec Baldwin you they can they can roast the people who are roasting them so Alec Baldwin took the microphone and roasted some of the people who had been resting him. Jenner is an American gold medalist to change genders and somehow still manage to be the least
"jeff ross" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"Fun. Known you for years. The heart. You want me to start crying and middle. I'm gonna start crying our guest this week is back for different engage on this fight Gasol to be. Yeah. I don't know. I ju- we do it us a context. He jumped reducer director writer, Kasur lichner. And one of the funniest most fearless stand up. Comedians of his generation, who is going to be good. Ladies and gentlemen, Jack or. And I actually you've seen them in movies like American dreams. Nationals. Secured the adventures, you're in the adventus Rockin owing why? I couldn't even get into that research shoot. Chills where Mike couldn't get into it or you couldn't get into it, I. Yeah. Boda old cell along came Polly of that. Okay. The worst intro class worst than Troy, ever, has the MO Jo movie emoji down low, Jim Novy TV show Swedes Greg, the bunny children's hospital American, dad. Family guy, this Simpson sneaky Pete and crashing. He'll so correct this screenplay for the recent feature. The comedians that five years, yes. Starring Robert deniro, Danny devito en me Gilbert, guy free. And that's not all my friends. You've also seen as memorable performances in that comedy central roast of everyone from Pamela Anderson to Bruce, Willis. I've been in those and starting several of its own terrific specials, including Jeff Ross roast America jet Rostro stops Jeff Ross rose permanents Jeff throws brazos county jail was grotto, sprayed, so I don't roast criminals live at brazos county lie. Known string tension. As well as this series. Jeff Ross intros onto the my career. Crows and Roth Waigel bumping might. Jumping my show, John. He got some of those right gay co-starring are one time gets gets, Dave attell. He's also the author of them very funny. Memoir, I only roast the ones I love which I believe is still available from Jamaican guy telling us folks outside the horn, Cardi case, brand new Netflix series, cold, historical rose, and also features yours truly in the role..
"jeff ross" Discussed on Maltin On Movies
"I'm not sure I think it was I think it was not so much that I was brave or trying to make a point Leonard. I think it was really I really would do anything for a laugh. Well, you've underscored that word anything. You've you've proven the point many times over now. Yeah. Yep. Yep. Yep. So it's so crazy because I saw you, we've see we usually see you either at fourth of July at Fred Willard's and or or somewhere out in about like, like itself by south west walking down the busiest street in the city. And you'll you would tell us what was coming up so before the special aired you told me you got. I think you're going to really dig it. So it's that kind of thing where I get we've gotten to talk to you. When you've had your sort of this is what I think I'm going to do. This is what I think I'm going to do. And that's part of what makes it. So special is to see things come to fruition and go shit. They happened. You know, it's a big deal. You know, I always want to take big swings so much so much stand up. Out there and it's a good time. It's a gold, rush of standup right now. But you also go, well, how do I stay relevant? How do I keep the roasts not from getting predictable? So I go. Well, let's make that lane highway and roast, not just celebrities and tuxedos, but my live audience, you know, to pumping mic shows or, or in this case, we have a roast battle show where the commute young newer comedians will roast each other. And now I'm roasting historical figures. Bob sag it plays. Abe Lincoln John stamos place. John Wilkes booth. And and and I play myself as a comedian in the eighteen sixties, so it's still a roast. You don't have Abe Lincoln laughing, but you have those, too soon moments with the audience, right? If they're not used, you know, seeing someone is revered, and loved, as a blanket be told that he should have emancipated the mole from his cheek. But, but that's what's so much fun about the I, I love when anyone has a chance to learn. And so the best part, and I have so many comic friends who watch roast battle for this is, it's you and either two or sometimes three depending on who all's with you giving them sort of explaining, I liked this joke. But I think that if you did X, Y Z, and so more than it just being funny because it is funny. It also goes into was did this work, or here's what I thought you can do instead, and so as for anybody watching it's educational too. So it's not just mean you know, because that is the difference comedy of seven point. Yeah. You know, otherwise it's noise, it's elevator music. You want to be remembered, not just for what you say. But what the reaction is. You know. All right. So tell us about working with the cops you another special with the Boston police depart. This was arguably much more terrifying. That's what I was wondering, you know. I always had an affection for cops. I studied a grew up in Newark. Can I studied karate and all my karate teachers were Newark detectives, and they were fun guys? They were real. You know, like macho type guys and, and even as I got older walking around my hometown. New York City. Whatever the cops, it's a hard job. Everybody's yelling at you could get shot. And he's second. I did a couple who ride alongs years ago, just for fun with Nick Greenwich Village cops and my neighborhood and I was like, here's a tough gig and then. You know, there's a there was a, you know, all these. Shootings, and so on that were sort of giving rise to the black lives matter movement. And obviously there's bad cops. And there's also a lot of really good and great cops. So it occurred to me like what has happened and what's going on and had a cops feel about this, which they don't normally get to talk about. So I did the same thing. I do what the jail I put out a big ask all over the country, all the, the obvious ones Chicago, New York, Detroit..
"jeff ross" Discussed on Maltin On Movies
"I did enjoy it until I no longer enjoyed it. I really loved it. As a matter of fact, my, my first real deep dive into that type of work was with, Peter and Bobby fairly. So I was learning from the best right away, and then we're other really funny smart people in the room, patent Oswal and ralphie may and others, and I absorbed every bit of it. And it taught me if anything that I could do that. If I want if I can punch went up, I could write one. And it was it was a really good timeless inspiring. It was good money. It was a nice of break from stand up and roasting to dive in. Stories and dialogue. And that kind of thing, and then at a certain point, I was like you know what I'm only going to work on my own projects for now on and I sort of pulled out of it once my own reputation sorta to rise up a little bit. You went to own what you did. Yeah. I didn't like taking orders anymore, Peter, and Bobby were great but others weren't. And it was it just didn't have the same. I didn't get the same charge from it anymore and movies were so slow slow. I mean, look at you guys get to see the fun part that premiers. Rayner's and everybody everybody's everybody's trying to bribe you to see their movie or, and you're used to the immediacy of live performance, of course, the laugh. Yeah. The laughs like it's a drug. It's a hundred you know, a movie, you know, that'll be out in two years. Maybe it'll be good. I maybe you'll still be in it. Maybe your jokes. No promises. One time I got invited to a premiere of a movie, I got cut out of native, and tell me. You told that there's no one, we know I think it show business who has hasn't had that awful experience. Yeah. And there's nothing worse. We had, we had a we had a cut an actor out of my new Netflix show. Not, not, not that he did a bad job. But the episode was long and we had other stuff that had to be in there. And we wanted to get all the episodes down the half an hour, and it's a tough call to make. But I called them ahead of time because I don't want him to see it and not know you know that feeling that's what it is though. You've respect. Yeah. We do. We hear the story all the time from friends, I was at the premiere. And that's what I found out. I wasn't it anymore. Right. And it is a tough call to make, but you manned up and did it. Yes, it took me a month. You say manned up this exciting all see the first time for everything. Is that a sexist expression? Oh, not at all. Oh as if we give. No, no, no, no. He's his other new favorite. My mom and both of them is OG Hoji. Yeah. Because everyone says my dad, you're the G, and he said to me, what the hell are they saying my mom and dad, both say, oh, gee, original gangster, and they're very excited about? Oh, god. In our family, George Burns, I thought for sure you. That was one of the best movies. Yes, it was directed by Carl Reiner. That's right. I forgot about that. I've been great Carl who's now a hundred and seven close. Well. He'll probably outlive us all he. And Mel both. Yeah, they will probably outlive us, also, they are two thousand years old and their routine..
"jeff ross" Discussed on Maltin On Movies
"And, and it was just I missed that I missed that time in my life, a lot, the problem, you're lucky, you got in on that, that you got to. Yeah. We spend time with some very, very lucky and made some great friends through that. And even you know, it's interesting, you mentioned on his daughter, Mindy, Rickles was very funny and she's. I wanted I wanted on this World War Two roasts that I was talking to you about the historical roadshow to have a Representative of America's greatest generation, you know, somebody who represents my uncle Murray. My uncle Albie guys who are in World War, Two, my uncle Murray, was a medic who liberated the concentration camp. So I'm like shows about an Frank and World War Two and you know what, what, what kind of comedic spin could I put on it, and I thought hard about it. And I thought you know what Don Rickles long before he was CPO Sharkey on TV was an actual naval seaman, and the Philippine in the Philippines, which he talked about a lot and this act. So I called Mindy Rickles, and I said, what do you think about a navy uniform full prosthetics? And you play your father. Oh my God. And she did it, you'll see it. She, it's a really moving and all. Also hilarious tribute to Don and also a nice, sort of tip of the hat to, to the greatest generation. That's great. Yeah. It's a really beautiful thing that she did that the problem is, when you are with those people who are so good. It means that, you know you kind of raise the bar. And that's why it's it's tough for me. And this applies to everything, whether it's music, or movies. But you don't find everything incredible. Because they have to come and go up to what you've grown up with, you know, we have Dom del for the life of me Christmas time. Dom deluise in the house, and buddy Hackett and the two of them going at each other. And I'm sitting there, first of all, confused as to how they're in front of me. But also just listening there. So fucking funny. And you just it just doesn't it doesn't get better than that. It just doesn't so that's how I feel again, that's part of why we respect you is because you have that kind of humor where it's natural. Yes, I know you work really hard. But you know, you're also just funny and I've seen you just in conversations you can make a laugh. But that's but that's not nothing. You know, there are a lot of times, you meet, you meet a comedian, who just sort of they tend to be quite shy cutter reserved. We know and no one should have to be on twenty four seven that's not required. But you do sort of get a sense of who has to work to kind of get there, and who just sort of, is that way, and we're raised around those guys entertainment. It makes you it makes it really hard to laugh at other people. That's it. When entertainment and I, I went on the air, these cover a lot of events. They go to an art gallery opening..
"jeff ross" Discussed on Maltin On Movies
"He should win. An EMMY for this name like four ker. Yeah. Right. Yeah. No, I'm very particular. And I also think it speaks to roasting. You know, my dad was a caterer and yeah. I think when you dress up people sort of give you some goodwill and, and I think what you're dressed to kill as a comedian you get away with more. You think Rodney could Rodney Dangerfield would have been as funny wearing a t shirt and shorts? No, no. This makes it a suit. And the fact that he's always talking that Colorado time. That's one conic people may not even they may only know him from the Simpsons at this point. There are a lot of younger people who don't know who he is. But everybody does the full go to YouTube now because I was I was I was talking about sagging on my podcast yesterday. And he was very close at run. Yeah. And he was just talking about how, you know, I was telling him how if I remember feeling the blues, which is an often, I'll go to YouTube and type in Rodney Dangerfield, and I don't even care what clip comes up. I just need to hear his voice. I'm not even paying attention to the jokes. I know all the jokes. He's not ready to jokes. He's been dead dozen years. But just hearing tell you, my what you know, he's a bad cook, I didn't know Meatloaf is supposed to glow in the duck. And my house. We pray after we, it makes me happy to hear him so miserable. Yeah, but I do think the suits, you know, the costumes and the suits. Yes. Well hooting up for a big show. You know what a comedian told me early in my career. He said, you know, if you don't care why should the audience? Uh-huh. Uh-huh. It's a wonderful point, and it's, it's lost on a lot of people. And, and I it really has significance. I remember I, I had the privilege of introducing Jerry Lewis. Uh-huh. At the video dealers convinced video software, dealer's association VSD a convention about twenty years ago in Vegas a huge like a four thousand seat ballroom. You know, and they had a dinner first, and then they had this presentation and Jerry didn't attend the dinner because he wouldn't sit down in his tuxedo. Right. That's that was show business. Three or four right. Once you put on the tucks do not sit down increase the tux. Right. And he took that very seriously. And so he was standing on the stage so crazy because he was ready to go on. Absolutely. Because when I get ready for a show and I'm waiting in the wings, the opening act is on all I wanna do is sit down. Thank god. I'm going out there for an hour, right? Credit to those guys, they don't wanna crease the pants. That's a it's a real performing. It's like going to the theater, you want people to dress up a little when you go to the theater, because it creates a certain a certain feeling it's why I love places like magic castle that are that are very strict with their dress code because you walk in and everyone's everyone looks a certain way you kind of go over somewhere nice for somewhere fancy. You bring people into a roaster anything else in that vein, and it looks a certain way, as you say you care, and it makes us go are what's, what's your? She gonna bring. Took care about their appearance. Their look if you will, they're probably have some. They probably have some good stuff. So did you get did you get to talk to Rickles much? Oh, yeah. Of course you know, I mean I spoke at his funeral on my I had many. Interactions with Don. He came to my one of my birthday parties in Sherry hack. It's backyard Don. And I did many, it became became a trend. I noticed around Hollywood that when guys certain, you know, guys turned fifty or sixty you kind of had to have Don Rickles at your birthday. It's like a right of passage. Yeah, you wanted to get a little a little spritzing from dawn. Yeah. And inevitably, I'd be part of that, too. So it would be we would often go back to back at some big shot birthday parties, and I would always prepare..
"jeff ross" Discussed on Maltin On Movies
"Way, I think of sound that live and and, and laughing, which I recently have dived back into because I'm a small part of the Laffin celebration that it's currently streaming on Netflix. They George slaughter. He is taking this major victory lap. And he had all the people that are still still around mostly the ladies JoAnne, Worley Ruth, buzzy, lily Tomlin. And then a bunch of young. Mr moore. You know, more net flicks regulars like myself and Chelsea handler. And, and, and, and Michael Rapaport and snoop Dogg and Jay Leno was on it, and read them Marino and, and read a Wilson. And it's fun. I watched it last night. It's a beautiful really well, produced tribute to laugh in and some of the clips are, are still stick with me from when I was a kid. You know, Nixon going sock it to me like, you know, he he's the these fun catchphrases that, that they sort of started all that. Yeah. So I did love laughing and then eventually got around to sound live as young as a kid, but to be honest with you. I really had a think about that. It was Johnny Carson. And I didn't even watch Johnny Carson. I would listen to it. My parents wouldn't let me stay up that late. So I would hide at the top of the stairs, where they couldn't see me. But I could listen to Johnny interview, Don Rickles, and buddy, Hackett night here. My parents roaring with laughter. So I knew what these guys sounded like I absorbed their delivery. But I didn't actually see them so much much later. So I, I was really affected by all those, and I think that informs what I do now like, you know, my shows are variety shows, you know, I, I don't get too excited over scripted comedy and scripted drama. Although I have part on his show now my real passion is putting funny people in funny situations and glitzy staging and a band. And I love all that stuff. Still what's not to love. Yeah. That was the beauty of the muppet show, of course. Was that it was a kind of an imitation of an old fashioned variety. Yeah. Yeah. And a good one, too, on my historical roadshow show. We have banned two piece band, and they dress up in character depending on who we're roasting. So when we roasted Muhammed Ali, they dressed, as a butterfly in a b. When we roasted, the World War, Two Rothe, they, they were Mussalini and Winston Churchill. So this comes right from the muppet show playbook. Yeah. And, and I love that stuff like talking to the camera. And, and just the last person you expect to walk through those doors. I love I still love all that stuff. It's a great tradition. Your shellman that, that's a piece of ear showman. I, I mean we seen you through so many hairstyles, of course, of course. But he's talking when you. Defined. I love when you come out in your roast master general suit. One of those great big ones. It's a it's an art form that we know doesn't exist in the same way. And that's what makes it so much fun. I love, you know, Don Rickles used to bust my child every roast. It's a Jewish Halloween. Because he would give me a hard time about getting in costume pennies rose, and eventually, even my, my director, Joel Gallen at comedy central. It'd be like you know what don't wear a costume this time. Just be yourself. Just go out there and roast where whatever you want on the red carpet, make a big entrance. But when you're up there, just go full rose mode is yourself. So I do kind of go back and forth. And I think one of the reasons I love doing the history show. That's coming out is because I get to dress as a roast master general of the union army to stay Blinken. I got to dress as myself at fourteen to roast, Freddie. Mercury with a Jew fro and braces and a concert jersey. I roasted I, I dressed as king Tut to rose Cleopatra and see you found a costume designer with a sense of humor. Exactly. Yeah. Roger fork, or does a great job..
"jeff ross" Discussed on Curious with Josh Peck
"The middle seat on south west of Egas the same way you enjoy the applause at the end of the show that night if you can find some humor in it, all and some upside and a smile, even when you're getting. No, less than you're joining the process, and you will sustain and you will last and you will thrive. Never too high never too low when things are going bad. I do not weep when things are going. Great. I rarely celebrate. I try to stay in the middle. So that I don't get hurt. I think that's right on. Thumping Mike's out today wolf, what's that shape? Yes. Get it took so long. It's out y'all get it. If you don't have a Netflix subscription, look at your life and think a lot about what you're doing with yourself. And then get one does this mean, I have to go on do you not have one does not come with a free membership issued a special? I just don't watch TV. Really? I always I always watch Netflix with my friends, and they always have it. You're one of those people. It's alright I steal it from my mother-in-law. I'll give you the lobbying. I'm gonna go get my own account starring Stacy thanks student. Josh, thanks for your thoughtful questions. Thank you. That was it. Jeff ross. Thank you for doing the pod. What a dream. I appreciate you do I'm I'm talking to him like, he's listening. Maybe he is. I don't know if the people that do the podcasts actually listened to it. But the truth is once they do it. Now, they don't know me anything. Anyway, bumpy. Mike's on Netflix. Now thick skin his podcast linked in the liner notes. Guys. Have a great week. The holidays are upon us. Annoying holiday. Parties are coming. Good luck with that. Try your best to, you know, not hate everything and everyone around you and just you being the moment because I've I've been told that that's a good thing. But I I don't know what that's like I prefer to live in fear of the future or resentment of the past. But you know, that's my little recipe on how to be good unhappy feel free to to build that pie of sadness. Guys have a great week uncle, Josh loves. Yeah. Sorry. I know it's creepy when I call my cell phone call Josh. Okay. Bye.
"jeff ross" Discussed on Curious with Josh Peck
"No. And I can't help. But wonder what it would have been? I feel lucky that I found my lane. I have a few friends. Thank for pushing me down that lane. But. What would that other lane have been? Might have been an easier ride might have been a more lucrative rider. More popular ride think so more who are fuck knows. You think roasting is such a walk in the park all the time. You know, how many people have been pissed off and censor, you know, it's like it's fine now, but it was hard right explaining the people in the clubs and wait. And then you know, you do a big comedy, central roast. And then you go to your comedy club in Nashville, and they don't know you as a comic, they know you a roaster so you're popular, but you're not necessarily a draw. It was a trans big. It wasn't easy and roasting was was like a lost art. It was like saying you're into jousting or Latin. No one knew what it was. Yeah. When I when it got when I started really the two lane it out and dig it in and like you say UN UN crank the hose. So what would it have been? It might have been nice might have been nice. I'm lucky I found it because this worked out I could have found nothing most comedians. Don't find a lane the either Peter out or they fall into something a little less exciting. You know, there's other jobs in show business that comics do that aren't necessarily as glamorous for exciting. Like roasting is like driving a race car. It's it's great. You could say whatever you want. He gets surrounded by stars. And I've evolved into social commentary, and the other things that I that I'm interested in have made it more adult if you will. And that it's about. I could do roasts in jail or roasted a for migrants at the border or it can roast cops and Boston, and they all kind of get it. But for a long time it was a hard sell. Wow. Yeah. You don't you? Don't think about all the things that it took to get to this moment. God there's people that are will be mad at me forever. Really? Just just people were bad sports. Not many, but one or two three along the way that you never forget, and you go God the roasting thing, man. It's tough sometimes. And you don't think you think you're mean when they first meet you now, it's an enlightened time people kind of get what I do. And they get what roasting is. It's a movement the one that was just a an art a lost. Art. It wasn't easy. I mean, I, you know, for the very few people that don't know Jeff Ross right away. I would say the roast master general. Maybe like, oh like, you know, and that's cool to like have to monikers. You know, that's powerful. Yeah. It's like a. I do kinda love that. Yeah. Let's not to love. But it's earned. So I don't think about it too much. Right. I believed that before most people. But I also questioned it more than most people. So I don't let it. If an all went away, Josh roasting became unpopular or I became unpopular. I serve I'd be. All right. That's part of what taken this little break has taught me I always kind of knew it. And you're not gonna believe me. But it's true when I was twenty three or four. I was up for TV show do seven minutes on MTV or something. And even before that like when it was still sort of in fun of me, I said to myself. Said if I could just do it once to stand up once on TV for five six minutes to be able to say, whatever I want. Total control over my content for once on TV. I don't care if I ever do it again. And I still feel that way. I do it because it pays and I like it, and I love it. And I've grown to be good at it. But it doesn't define me in a way that you'd think it would. Yeah. So. My we should end it there. And yet my last question because I ask everyone. At the end of every pot is if you had the one or two Jeff Ross commandments truth that you have discovered for yourself that you would want to impress upon someone else. If you're trying to just leave them with something that you find incredibly important. What would it be?.
"jeff ross" Discussed on Curious with Josh Peck
"And then once you're in the cold, we kind of back each other up and support each other and look out after each other to that to that end how quickly div size someone up when you walk into a room or situation. Does it come to you immediately? Do you have to turn something on or I would love to know because it it? I guess when when anything is good it seems effortless. And you seem effortless. Especially with your roasting ability. I don't think I turn it on. And I don't think I turn it off. But I don't always use it. It's sort of like having a weapon, it's like having a gun in your back or a knife in your shoe like it's there, and it can be pulled up and pulled out and. Engaged without a big show like. Superman would go in a phone booth. And he would become superman. Yeah. Where for me? As walking through a club, the meant on Saturday night peak on the bear and Craig Robinson. And the nasty delicious has banned was on stage sake, he invited me and I walk in the back door, and I'm. His buddies there, and he's Asami to-. Craig your hair up has some anonymous old we'll give me a minute. I just walked in. Let me get a drink. I got a p hungry. Yeah. I walk twenty feet. And he I hear my name. Jeff Ross come on state. So I got a p I'm hungry. I don't know what they've been doing. I've no context and. As I walk on stage Craig walks off because he's gotta be. Take it from here J. So he's got a full ban a packed house rocket out. I've no idea what I've just walked into. And I just killed five minutes. Wow. Just ripping in a people and talking smack and having some fun with the band roast in the band, and I go man, I really really did that without without turning anything on without resetting without a costume without props without material no script. So it is just something. That's. Part of me at this point that doesn't mean I'll sit in a restaurant and make fun of my friends at dinner. It's not happening. I won't be roasting people at thanksgiving. Although if they come after me might triggers a response, you got some ready to go not even now not even I mean, I know them well enough where I don't have to prepare. Sure. To do this mention, you know, the time you sent shit at the beach. Oh, no, don't mess with Jeff. He knows too much about me. But does it ever fail? You it is it ever not there when you need it, very, very rare. Where I feel like Wade, very rare almost can't remember can you? I remember thinking I was listening to Pete Holmes. And he said if I'm worried about wording five minutes before I'm about to walk on stage. I'm in my head something off. I'm not, you know, if I haven't given over to the fact that like my take on things as funny, and I'll find my way through but. Right. And so is there do you have any version of that where you're like if I'm if my head is in this space? It's not going to be my best. That's absolutely true. I agree with pizzas moment there. You know? I'll look at a few notes bullet points never have it written out. But yet I'll say at the same way every time. Yeah. Because it's the funniest way to say it. I won't get there the same way, but I'll finish the same way. The punchline will be right to set up by come from Mars one day and Saturn the next, but it's going to land on earth. Right. When it needs to and that's just the just chops and trust trust myself. I used to over prepare. Jimmy Kimmel was the first one sort of call me out on this. I would come in with all these ideas for an appearance and asked me this and asked me that I'll have this and I'll have that. And then I guest hosted his show early on guest co hosted when he first came on. And he wouldn't let me come to rehearsal. And he would he would throw all the stuff that me live the show is live back then that forced me to improvise or or not..
"jeff ross" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl
"Of our good pals together work together and hang together getting back to your podcast 'cause i really i skim with jeff ross on items yeah please support jeff ross i cannot all you don't have to support you'll you just come over check it out and if you're not entertained it's fine but i find that if you come over and give it a chance you might be into it this week our episode is about the white house correspondents dinner in the reaction and how the association of reporters through michelle wolf under the bus for polish ising for her body performance and and last week we had a a ghost story it's fun i can see why you like doing it or i can see why you've done two hundred something up sets it's just i try and ask each guest's something that they i mean obviously i'm gonna ask you about roasting and who inspired you you know i was a huge done rickles fan you know you were good friends with them try and dig a little deeper you know with certain people you know maybe my fans in your fans hair topic oh we've never heard him talk about this and i think you know where i'm going i grew up in the eighties watching miami vice and there was don johnson good good guy out do you know asked me about don john philip michael thomas i never met him do you know if you listen to the very last episode of miami vice has the in credits are rolling you can hear him fall off the face of the earth just just because right off.