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Show 38 This Headliner gets an "Eagle" in Life! Jeff Jena - burst 01
"So that means in a Goodyear, right? If you're doing them to show that your three hundred people show you perform to sixty thousand people a year. So * 10 is 600000 * 4 four forty years. Is two point four million people so over forty years. I've probably performed live for 2.4 million people never take a few still a good minimum wage it less than a year for a million people have seen me on the Internet. It's amazing with technology is made available. I mean even this podcast we were talking bout that if I'd written a book and got it out. There may be a few hundred people would have picked up the book or something. But by doing this broadcast, I'm reaching thousands of people and we can share our history and and Comedy Club make people laugh but you're four million hits for your video. And this is a great plug for dry bar comedy. And you said it's on YouTube and you can go to Drybar website. You can you can go to dry bar comedy and there's about 200 comedy specials on there the name of mine. It's called old dog new jokes
"jena" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"There's not like some like interesting nugget that we could find anywhere else about her no, and they're giving the worst press like page six headline during Jason Derulo opens up about model girlfriend Jennifer rooms, baby fever you he's got a full video setup in his house you know in. This new girlfriend, and they're just whatever. But like she's a beautiful fitness model slash influence or you know like doing fine also making tech talks and getting Britain about in the blast and all that stuff and he was like this is a perfect person for me to team up with to add dimension to my fake ass tick Tock. But the thing is we're we dump on Jason Derulo all the time for his like very clearly artificial like. TIKTOK presents, but it's working for him. You know it's he's doing something of course doing something we're only dumping on it because that's working and we're like, how is this working but it's like he is he has like inserted himself to be part of that ecosystem despite being much older and really not in the world of Tiktok but he is like you know he's on the thing we're he'll reach out to other creators held the he'll do this. He'll work with someone else will collaborate it up you know but it feels very much like. In the verses that guy hired a whole Karoo for his like instagram live setup and everybody was like what you know. It just feels very like overwrought. You know home the whole thing is definitely an aspiring actor and the reason I know that it's because back in August of last year, she posted a video of her at the premiere of the Jacob Tremblay picture good boys, and it says. This movie was fire. Good Movie Popcorn flame emoji laughed the whole time I'm the most awkward on carpets like after I walked this, you can take a video with my purse wide open of me pretend to be important can't wait to be at a premiere of movie. I'm in one day at universal pictures like she's Los. Angeles this woman this woman is a loss angeles. I know it's True I. Do love on Tiktok when kids will like do the thing where they like re blog condit's tumbler tumbler talk. But like re blog Jason Derulo stick talks watch them like what the fuck is this like this is so extra like this is so extra what you're doing right now like that to me is my favorite genres of Tiktok. 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Patrick Mahomes is them I don't think he is is here to her them Okay. I French Patrick? Mahomes. who were them one, two, three, them I guess watched them like even I've seen should about this guy like in tableau which means he's like a them like tablets are talking about his relationships or whatever sack lately I. The only reason I'm willing to give sports guy them is because I see him all over the place. What I look at him, not only do I. Know that sport man that's football that's football that. Plays means he's actually I was like honest with myself to me he's a WHO, but I will admit the fact that I know that he is FA- famous famous enough to be at them I just like the fact that I know that they've covered relationships, I'm like Aren. Them your name mean because they're that's like there's so many SP- relevant popular sports players that they don't cover their relationship for they don't care who they're dating but then you have like Tim Tibo and like those types of guys were like, why do I care who you're getting married to? I. Don't care but you know people do care. It's classic movies of two or. Scratch I like kanter movies who are them one can three then. I. Guess. We know we know what Turner Classic Movies is. We're familiar the lake around for. Twenty thirty years but lake who watches movies like this reminds me of. This with. US Andy Head Wendy Not Bring Wendy backup but Andy had Wendy Williams on watch what happens live and she was like on one and she said you guys play too many movies and in. What and he's like, she's like you play too many movies. I. Just I I can't skipped skipper them turn the channel and he's like he's like you bet yeah. It's. You gotTa play the Clinton. So funny. And by the way it frustrates me that you guys run too many movies. On Bravo. Over really. Yeah. They're not even interesting. Yeah, and I don't I don't stop for the movies. Andy I'm sorry hounds bobby. Allison Krause who were them? Crunch crunch. Alison Krauss who were them, one, two, three, who folk music them? Yes, she likes. country. Music. People. Love Alison. Krauss even people who don't like folk music or like what a voice what a song writer. She's a grammy's artist. That's perfect. She's Grammy's artist. She's a grammys artist Tori Kelly says he's supposedly on the mass singer. I'm going to do a little bit amassing our breakdown next week. I gotTa Watch. Wanted in read some clues but I I think Tori Kelly might be in the mess singer speaking of grammys artists. Highlands even bobby you guys were talking about Pixie cats or well Savannah Christly Pixie car. And if you think Pixie who are them, I feel like they can make or break a career. argue by. Is that. Katy. Perry's career never recovered after she got her cheek that. So does that make it a damn haircut because it's such a big deal when people get it or is it a WHO because it's such a WHO behavior get a Pixie cut And see what happens and see how people are asked. I don't know interested in your thoughts. Crunch, crunch me in quarantine because he goes. Well, let's be clear about the Katy Perry Pixie Cup was a result of her imminent fall from grace. It's correlation non-cooperation that Katy Perry Pixie could came around the same time that things weren't working for but it's also kind of like a pinch of misogyny meaning like we like our popstars we our women to have long hair. It signifies you've signifies something release says something. So whatever but Pixie cuts are they who's them's one, two, three them I think you know what a Pixie cut we look if you say oh so and so got a member when I didn't know a beach you wave was yeah. Everyone was making fun of me. I feel like everyone knows what a Pixie cut. So the pact of a Pixie cut is huge. It's huge impact but I will say the argument against Pixie cut is that if you get a Pixie cut, you get written up by tabloids sometimes. So it's kind of a who he tool you can get you get. Unlike bangs which you also apparently can get written up for us. So I guess that makes me a Pixie cut banks could be who we because they get you tabloid press. Unless you're in the British tabloids in which case you get written up for having fringe. Sorry you get file, but you still get redknapp fringe is just as crucial as banks same thing. Yeah. Hi, Bobby Lindsey. Izza is performing Drew Barrymore. On Drew Barrymore. Barrymore's Talk Show I. Guess We could have known this moment was coming. I thought you might WanNa talk about it also is is a WHO or as them? Okay good form Bella. Thorne Jubeir Bay show has in pulling out all the stops and do I mean all the stops it's like the Tom Green reunion threw me for a loop they pulled out so many stops that I'm saying stop when I'm watching you know I know it's hard to watch I love her and it's hard to watch for me. It's like I don't know what's going on over there but. I only want the best for Juburi morning only one. So. Funny. Yeah. It would be depressed. Yes. Funny Says who were them one, two, three, them I feel like but like Yeah. Reaction to her new song sort of along. I feel like if you if you had asked me this question a month ago I would've said who the wears the album of it all for her has made it very demi like that people really like want and anticipate her I, like her too I. Just I didn't really get the general sense of like the everyone else or whatever control was like the song of that summer I mean the album of that summer that was a huge album even though she didn't want to come out. She's Also her heke she's thinking that was going to say her behavior. She's very picky. She's very particular. Yes, and that is that's a them behavior. Yeah she's a little bit secretive..
"jena" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"Quickly and easily download the pay pal APP today terms and conditions apply. Lindsey longtime long time I. Just spent my forty five minutes. This morning in bed watching the Deborah, Cox nobody's supposed to be challenged So you guys watching that if not a fun real hash I think follow my favorite. Who have done it It would be very interesting great, and also feel who was a singer and now I believe she's like youtuber blogger she's a great anyway I checked days page 'cause it's just seems like a challenge that she was born poor but unfortunately It's not that I'm frankly I'm a little disappointed in her didn't know where else. Okay crunchy crunch inside. The Deborah Cox, Challenge I it sort of bubbling but I didn't know the extent to which it was sort of like happening in that. Deborah. Cox. Herself has given it her seal of approval before you do did the car describe what it was describe what it was. Oh No. So it's The Deborah Cox Challenge is you have to sing the bridge of the iconic Deborah Cox Song from one, thousand, nine, hundred, which is. Ably. The most difficult bridge ever Sung. I can't think of a more difficult bridge not it's a really good bridge, but it's like it's half runs exactly yes. Right. There's a k. change and then there's a scream note at the end it's beautiful. It's fantastic but it's like it's it's singular like it's not a it's not for beginners. I wish I could search my videos better because I know that we have done Karaoke when our friends have tried to do. Nobody's supposed to be here because there's just a category of character songs where when you see it show up on the Q. You're like Oh boy and this is one of them now because it's not good but because it's like you have to be a good singer to sing and this one of them I. Actually you made a little list of other ones that I disagree with. One of these on here, very much I. Disagree that Kate Bush, weathering heights is a bad character song I. Think it's a great character because there's a difference in what she doesn't that and mimicking it. Then what Celine Dion does and because you love me because you're not trying to sing and hit high notes, you're just doing like a funny falsetto which like, yes, you're not hitting those Kate Bush notes but you're really not trying I would say like, yes, like songs that are like two good like almost the. Singers are too good. You shouldn't are usually bad in Karaoke honestly even when and not to be this person but even when the singer is good, they're still bad because I don't want to hear some random good singer sing a song slightly less good than the main song like a you either at that to me is not interesting your name mean yes. So on the Deborah Cox Challenge, which is doing on instagram and singing the bridge, and if you are a good singer, that's great but in the context. Of Kariuki we don't need you to be as good as Deborah. Cox. Like we don't want you to be as good as stepper calm and I also don't really want you to be good at all like I just want you to be good at Karaoke which kind of implies that you're not good at singing. If you were good at singing I'd come to your show or whatever. If you had a show or whatever you know I didn't come to see an open mic night I came to sink see Karaoke. Hot Take. This song. Deborah Cox is our biggest that there's no way she's speaker than their number one head or this is it. It's only her biggest hit but the remix of this song is a bigger hit than the original. If I recall correctly, you know like the the Remix they did that turn it to like dance real dance song is huge. She's one of those artists from like the nineties wide the Koran on the brain but it's the sort of person who like Ken tour for the rest of their lives based solely on this one song and they will continue.
"jena" Discussed on Ripper Magoos with Bob Menery
"You can do better than me like a guy because if we're there or that person's there with you, they are believing that you are in their room. Yes. So like just keep that in mind we're all on the same playing field. If you believe you are amen and what a great introduction to I still stand by my statement, one of the best interviews I've ever witnessed here. Media. Hours and who radio this was excellent. Let's maybe toss it sophie. Let's toss it over to the Fabulous Jena Sims. Okay. Boys and girls. We have a very big guest today for many reasons but she's an actress and she's a loyal home team listener which we love that in here and she's the girlfriend of one of the top golfers in the world. Jena Sims welcome to home. T you so excited we've been waiting for this day for a very long time. Finally here we have been talking about Jenner coming to La and coming on the. Show for a long time. Honestly wait side note I did not say who boyfriend is her boyfriend's Brooks Koepka. So if you're listening to this and you know golf or you're listening to this because you WanNa hear about Brooks and Gina that Sushi's dating Jenin I became friends and she started listening to every episode of our show and it made our heart like me and our that makes our hearts melt literally every time we see positive messages it makes our day also she's not alone sophie. Oh we have a party in the studio today yes. Entourage. Yes Oh. K. rolled in with an entourage. We've a few girls in the studio. They're awesome. Everyone's beautiful. It's a good vibe in here. People are going to be jealous that they're not here. Honestly I knew I had to come. We leave him out for that one can use that. Thank God for that. Yes. So Let's just get into it before we start rolling. So me and Jenna have very interesting history. Should we dive into how we know each other I feel like it's craigslist like Miss Connection ad because we've been in the same room dated some of the similar people and now here we are yeah can we say that? So I have crossed over few times. We can say this is. Me and Jenner have not dated a ton of guys. But when you are in the same social circle and you're living in the same city, 'cause you're living in La. Sometimes things happen and we have a few of the guys and I kind of love that we must be similar. To meet clearly guys like both of us and I think we're born madeup apart. December. Sorry I'm psycho I already know your Birthdays Zimmer Twenty Eight, twenty nine. Yes, I'm thirtieth. Corn. LIBOR eighty-eight. Guys we were literally born one day apart. Yeah. This is to be this is meant to be stalking of you only were good reason I by the way we. Talk all the time like we talk on the show makes me feel better that other women are coming forward about their stalking because it's like we're not the only ones. Every girl does this young girl stalk? Okay. The Girls Hammers one hundred. Any guy who thinks it's crazy that we figure this stuff out there is not one girl on the planet who doesn't do this guys than girls sometimes because if I'm trying to find something, Brooks will be on. Most guys, I know would be like Okay. So we've dated a few of the same guys and what makes this interview particularly juicy and interesting in this is the coolest girl in the entire world because she has to be because the fact that she likes me and wants to come on here because if I were her I'd hate me. So I have just a little bit of history with her boyfriend when Brooks was single us, he did not cheat. This was not a situation where I was like the other woman. So I guess that's why you can get over the hump with it but we talked three years ago. This was twenty seven name. Yeah. Three years ago. Getting. We were talking we met we were not compatible. He's a great guy. I don't have a bad word to say about him and you know when people are single they have a bunch of guys. They're talking to a bunch of girls they're talking to and we cross paths. It didn't work out and one of the other girls who was talking to who he had a deeper history with became his girlfriend and that's Jenna. So when me and brooks were talking, how did you become aware of me? Okay. Speaking of stalking. Let's go. So every girl. Whether they admit it or not. Every girl has like a rotation of girls they regularly stock. Yeah. So I was in love with Brooks, while you were dating you. Know. I like, I hate me for you. That she wants to be my friend is so kind I did. So I saw that you guys follow each other and then Brooks was off your pictures. There's nothing worse than seeing that really i. started. Watching I wanted to know more about you because I like Brooks I had actually rekindled in. February. So there was a little crossover there I. Stopped Him. We can get into like how we got back together because Brooklyn I dated in two thousand, Fifteen I. Remember him telling me that there was a girl that he used to date. But then he had a girlfriend and when I was talking to him, I guess he had recently broke up with the girlfriend yet his his college ex we'll get into how we met story, right but you. So y'all each other he was lacking your post. And then I somehow stumbled upon your barstool interviews maybe you were doing that at the time..
"jena" Discussed on Ripper Magoos with Bob Menery
"Here in the studio with the fabulous Nauert Michelle Hi everyone where like so amped up right now. So amd up because I know we say this a lot but this episode truly is one of our best interviews today. Today we had Jena Sims on she's the girlfriend of Brooks Koepka. He is one of the best golfers in the world and she is probably like one of the most amazing people I've ever met like is that girl not like an absolute angel she walked out of here and I'm like, okay. But like do you want to hang out? Why are you leaving shows also so open and she shared so much info about her life personal details that everybody is probably wondering about her. So me and her have a very interesting history basically, she should hate me and she doesn't which I think makes her like the coolest guy on the planet and we will tell that story. So that is coming up. We're just we just can't get enough of her and I. Think you guys are going to be like absolutely obsessed with her I can't believe you. I talked about what you talked about and I'm still like in shock it would just took place I've never seen anything like it. The story main roads, jaw drops that is coming. Okay. narrowed. How is your weekend weekend was good big milestone ladies and gentlemen I hosted my first housewarming with my boyfriend although we don't live together. He does stay with me like two to three days a week feel like it's like semi living together now really my invite got Lewiston the mom okay Sophie Sophie was uninvited everybody. Wasn't gonNA bring it up but I just had to say why not? Bring, wait till the podcast would bring up most awkward thing. I just. Looked, great. I'll tell you later while you weren't invited say now there's a result. Well, there was a fresh born baby that couldn't be around and you think I am a high risk of corona due. Okay. That's. Me Giving. The Baby Coronas I wasn't invited the guys. This is me literally just finding this out for the first time. I wasn't invited to narrate a Knicks housewarming party because they think I am a corona risk by the way I get tested for krona all the time because I agree people who look my instagram stories, they're not very happy with me. They think I've been a little reckless I just. I'm sick of being stuck in lockdown I can't have that kind of bad publicity around the home team podcast, and if it gets out that you gave a newborn krono will be done for, and so I'm looking out for us, I don't have. But I do get why people would think. I totally get it. I understand my mom made me get tested before I went home like everyone thinks that I am high risk and my life is pretty risky. So I understand thanks for taking the feedback attacking me. Anyways, hosted the first house warming as a team which was awesome. Well, here's the thing I posted a lot of like wonderful dishes on my instagram. I left out the fact that my mom made all of it and all I did was put in the oven but I, did take credit for it at the party. So everyone was like, wow, this is so delicious and didn't actually say that I didn't make it. I'm living ally but who cares it looks like you made it and That's all that counts. Yeah. Fake it till you make sure and it went. Well, it was fun while I'm very proud of you who's very mature and adult. Thank you. I went on two dates this weekend not one but two two I haven't gone on a first date in a while because I banned them because it was just like not for me and I decided to try again things dating still not for me. I'm not going to get into it because these guys were not bad guys and they were not bad dates. So they're not gonNA make like content. You know just not my future husbands. Yeah. Okay. Guess who got shit for this you guys take one lucky guest me I get a text himself. Either says, why did you let me break the rule? Why did you let me go on the state and I'm like I didn't win I didn't know I said that but can't. Yeah that was after Friday night state. Yeah. Something very exciting for me happened I hit a career. Milestone narrowed would you like to know what that is? Please tell me my face has been put on vibrator a company made vibrator with my face on it. They went and found a photo that they liked me and they silkscreen screened it onto a vibrator and now I am on the vibrator. They deemed me telling me that like they loved me and they wanted to put my face on my brain didn't answer and then I check again and they sent me a photo of a vibrator with my vote on it and I immediately answered them and said send me that. Send me that because I want to use his vibrator I'm not going to use a vibrator with my own face on it, but it is hundred percent going on display somewhere and it was on my instagram because it is so entertaining. The fact that someone's job was to screen print your photo onto vibrator and like make sure it's even like perfect place like the concept is beyond me someone damning being like you know you made it when your faces on vibrator I'm like fuck in right like. A made it mom and it's by a company called go fuck yourself and honestly I think this would be like the best gift idea for a dude to get a girl or a girl to get a girl league lake is like if I were to get you a gift I, would get you a vibrator with Nick's face on it because it would be funny..
"jena" Discussed on Adult Swim Podcast
"I was on the election. I you can. I think some like Anti-choice guy posted on his website. Yeah no I was uncle baron. Election night everybody. Thought Hillary was GONNA win. She did when she did won the popular vote. Which is what is the democratic which should count but We didn't really look. They didn't want us to look at the news until he got on stage. And then like right before we got on the stage there like it. Looks like trump's GonNa win and then it's me and one of the guys from the circus and then Charlemagne who's like a personality. The three of us were talking to Stephen and he was like Giovanni hope left. And I didn't and we were live. Which is always tricky. And so I said some stuff without really thinking and I still get for you. Yeah what did you say? He was like Gina. Do you think Hillary is GonNa win as a woman does all on you. What do you think and I just was like? Get your abortions. Now because we're GONNA BE FUCKED WE'RE GONNA have to live with it. And all these pro-life people started sending me death threats which is actually Kinda cool. 'cause it's you know at least they're coming around to the idea but yeah. I think That's a whole other Duh threats. Gosh that's awful. People who call themselves pro life are so full of Shit. Just GonNa say it and I could. I mean I. Just if you're pro-life may people have access to healthcare and information like come on if you're pro-life support people giving people health care. Stop Trolling medical clinics that provide women with mammograms and a CD screening. And you know so care about lives outside of the womb. If you're pro-life I'm sorry it's just it's crazy. It's there's so much propaganda misinformation out there. That makes me really sad but you are. You're the boots on the ground when you're getting death threats from lunatics on. Does it scare you or do you just brush it off? I mean when it's like invoked our podcast all women get them all in and get them online column and get them. But you know it's it's you know it's tricky when you're out there you want you don't want people to hate you but you know you know it's it's it is dangerous. You're in a position where you want people to like you but you don't care if they hate you I don't want people to. I don't WanNA get killed. People are going to hate. People are going to like for whatever whoever you know you can get on stage and if you look like someone's xer like saying you can't control how people say but you want people to be kind and respectful to you and to each other. Would you advise young girls to get into this career path? That you're on no no why not. I mean I don't know. Do what makes you happy within reason. I think it's a tough courier. I've had a lot of success. I've had a lot of failure. I enjoy what I do. But then there's this little part of me that in two thousand and six when I was approached by Youtube to work and they're like strategic growth or some department in Chicago. I just was like an event that was they wanted you to. I used to work at an consulting firm and so I left the consulting firm and a head hunter was like. Do you want to interview for this job and I was just like me Youtube and I feel like I could have made a lot more. Change happen there. Then my comedy the of a side hustles. What do you got going my feet on wicky feet I make? I'm just kidding. That's a real thing right. I think it is. I would get paid to you know. Show people my feet. But I'm not there yet. No I'm doing fine. Everything's cool girls. If you want to go into comedy it is really fun. It's it's a lot better than it used to be. And you know go for life. Short specially now. Can I tell everyone? We're doing another self-focused. Yeah we're doing another soft focus Right I'm really excited about. It can't tell anybody what's happening in Canton. Anybody what's happening in it. It's really fun. I very much enjoyed performing at the adults from festival. Having guys dresses pickle Rick just listening to me. Talk about femicide. It's like you just don't get that opportunity like I never would get to talk to those guys and the fact that I do is so enjoyable do they. They seem to like you. Yeah I get even one of the guys who we Kinda trolled in our segment about Harassment and gaming message may be like. Do you need an intern can really just for you? And I'm like yeah do the other characters who've popped up on the show stay in touch now. I mean I'll get the occasional tweet. Nobody seen nobody has seemed to upset by anything yet. Those college kids they were really good sport. They were good. I think one of them not the one we accused of coming in the doll but I think another one like wanted to work on the show or something. That's nice and no No follow up from Mr McAfee. No but he did say he was going to eat his own. Dick at the end of twenty twenty. They think he's full of Shit. Yeah because Bitcoin is not at a million m still. I wish we had my one regret. Is I wish we had gotten the rights to his Dick. Eating right for the network. Just you know to have it on on your livestream. Gosh that would be fantastic can we? Can't we work on that for this focus? I don't think he's GonNa eat as Dick. Okay but if he does we neither. I agree I can make a phone call right now and see if we can make this we would like the exclusive live streaming rights. John McAfee eating his Dick. You might have to pay for it. Well of course. Can I pry on twitter? Please do okay. I'm just making note of it. Wow why don't we just do it here so McAfee you're tweeting it now? This is exciting. Not tweeting and I'm DMC TWEET IT DM. That's probably the past as what? Hey John I'm talking to a very powerful person at adults and they would like to buy the rights to your Dick Eating. At on December thirty cuttings livestream. The exclusive live stream broad cast rights global exclusive livestream global broadcast rights to your Dick Eating on December thirty one days in December twenty. Twenty any interest. That's fantastic hope. All is well otherwise. Yeah I go hi John. I'm talking to adult swim. And they would let I took just wanted to take out the very of course. Yeah you WANNA catchier adults flame and they would like to buy exclusive livestream global broadcast rates to your Dick Eating on December. Thirty first twenty twenty cap lies at the end of supper. Sorry nerds any interest hopewell's while otherwise so I'm sending I- idea I'm Tim and now I'm just sending you that so you can attach it to this if you will follow up on this day. Go by the time. This podcast is edited and produced. We'll have an update. Yeah that that'd be cool. Cool all right Jennifer Friedman. Thanks for subjecting to this. Are you talking to them? Army.
"jena" Discussed on Adult Swim Podcast
"Freak out about it because I know he's not going to do it but the fact that she freaked out about it. It's like trust your gut ladies you know what I mean. Wow that's good bizet's Gill hasn't killed anyone that I know of. And he does follow me on twitter. And now he's putting all his energy into writing novels and so there's a happy ending and I think if we can have more of like an understanding of people's pathologies or psycho pathologies and like talk to them and maybe mine comedy out of Like confronted without making people. Feel shame. Maybe we can have less pain in the world novels about you. Know Power the eating women what he should have been doing all along talking about your second Special re intimidated or scared of John V. No no no he was running for. President. I thought the odds of shooting me intentionally were very low. I was a little nervous when he was drunk and waving his gun around. Because it's not really how you that's not good gun safety How many how many guns were there? There were lots of men holding guns you see in the there. Were five men aside from him. I think holding guns around us but a lot of it was posturing. I think there was one tiny moment when I was asking him about his sexual allegations. That people were getting a little weird but for the most part it was fine. Why do you think he agreed to come on the show? We gave him all the information about who. I wasn't everything I think. He's running for president. I think he wanted to be heard and he doesn't regret it and we didn't really take him out of context and anyway. That's I always say when I was the daily show like I really don't take people out of context so you know I might ask jokey questions or whatever but I'm not gonNA. I'm not if you tell me. Your favorite color is green. I'M NOT GONNA say it's blue trying to think of how best to phrases but it's helpful perhaps maybe to be a woman in these situations. Yeah yeah sure because you can diffuse as he said yes. I don't think you're you're fucking with them to. Why do you think that is i? Think men of a certain generation who may be like grew up before women could apply for credit cards to kind of. Don't really see us as people and it hurts us in a Lotta ways. But in this one tiny way it can be used to our advantage. So you've found this. Great loophole the sweet spot. We might not get paid. Well you might not get treated equally but you can fuck with them on camera and have entertaining content and they would never Probably agree to do many of the things that you get them to do. Talk about if you were a man. Luck men in the same role. Get other things that maybe I don't get you know. I also think that like when I was at the daily show is the only female field producer and I would get access to certain men that the guys didn't think I would get access to but at the same time like there is an inherent distrust of women that there might not be of other men so other guy field producers could maybe you know cozy up to their subjects in a way that I don't think I ever would be able to so just depends on what you're looking for one of those men. David Letterman who I met Dave. I worked a row for for you. I met him twice. They wouldn't let me around him and I should clarify. I wasn't for any specific reason. I just he was like very checked out at that point You know I didn't really have a didn't really know him. The most jokes I got on the show where top ten's because Dave would just look at the list and choose what he wanted. The sketches there was like a little bit as a little more political because they're like many producers between the writers and Dave. And so you'd write a sketch. Had Writers would veto editor or pass it on producer's producers would like it or not. They'd have everybody who have notes by the time it got to. Dave basically wasn't even the original thing that you wrote so. I found that with him. The most jokes I was getting on with the ones that he would just see directly and then I didn't get a ton of sketches on. There's one sketch that I got on. And the head writers had left because of whatever bullshit and this Guy Matt Roberts came in. I think it was Matt Roberts. Anyway time And Chris Christie was giving a speech and it was anti-gay marriage and I don't like fat jokes but Dave at the time did and so. I wrote a little sketch where Chris Christie Sang. How marriage should be between a man and a woman and it was on Mardi Gras and somebody just yells take it off and then Chris Christie flashes the crowd. And we have this body double. Kristen really move so it was really easy to like Dr Images to like do basically a deep fake which is what you would call it now but actually we build this image. That looked so real that Dave took out the context of Mardi Gras and just had this like clip of Chris Christie flashing people whenever and he played it so much that even like three years. After I left I would get residuals from that one sketch that Dave just kept playing all the time. You're not proud of it because you don't like fat jokes. I don't like that jokes but I also don't like Anti Gay jokes or Nyman. Anti-gay jokes anti-gay commence. I felt like it was like fair. Game you know. Chris Christie's being homophobic. I'm going to troll him a little bit. Do you know if he saw I think he must the same. It has to have right. Yeah that's awesome John Stewart. Great boss. Yeah why why do you say that? Because he cared and he let us like I really like. I did a lot of segments there that I was really proud of what I got. I got him into the last three years of the show and he was like you know we can do a segment about anything you want. As long as you're passionate about and we'll find a way to make it funny. And so like we segments that like the OPIOID epidemic and fast food worker strikes and we found a way either like with the oboe with the OPIOID epidemic. Obviously nothing about it. It's funny but we did. It was chair. Michael Chang was a correspondent. I did a segment where it was like a satire parody on the insider like the way that like the tobacco companies were people and like lawyering up all that crap in the nineties. We do the same thing with like the pharmaceutical companies in the two thousand so You know it was. It was a funny piece in that. It was like Michael Shaping paranoid that they were going to get go after him or something but it wasn't like lulls but I just loved working for John. Because it was like it was like a crash course in film school. He seems like he's missed from the current Yuppie he got out at the right time dot out. It's people are angry that he's out because I think people are angry about everything people. I've read things where people are like. The daily show is why we have trump. And it's like now. Yeah we have. I think that they thought that people kind of making fun of a certain demographic is like created this culture. It's US versus them Blah Blah Blah. But I mean the real reason I think part of the reason we have trump is just because you know we starting from reaganomics neoliberalism if you just leave people out in the cold and you don't give them opportunities. Then they'll just kind of vote against their own self interests same thing with brexit. You know there are people all over the country that are really hurting unable to get jobs that they're being radicalized by Fox News and it's like a whole sludge of bullshit that's led us to where we are now but I don't think it's because of the daily show you know the best way to explain it. Yeah Jordan pills movie us. It's like if you leave people in the shadows they're gonNA come back to kill you. I think it's one of the best films of the decade satire so hard and he just completely nailed it in every way are there other. Filmmakers admire yeah domain Scorsese. Yeah I like any filmmaker. Honestly who can like? Get A cellmate. I'm already in all. Do you WanNa make a movie. Yeah let's do it becomes the right place Burbank. Yeah I have a couple of movies. I WANNA make three movies. I WANNA make every two of them. One is written two movies ever into movies. Are they trying to sell them? Or how does that work? I haven't been able to. One is a movie based off of the Web series. It's about a woman who falls in love with a serial killer. Try to make it work. The other movie funny enough I wrote in two thousand fifteen. It's about a woman who's in quarantine for a virus called Corona virus associated with lymph opinion. Carl I wanted like a kind of benign guy's name to be like the acronym for the virus is called twenty one days of Carl. I know wow I know I just thought after the Ebola thing happened like just the media response the fact that like the Abullah doctor and his fiancee ended up in like on page six. Like leaving a thing. It's just kind of made me like I mean. Obviously the current current outbreak is harrowing and heartbreaking especially for people in China The Abullah outbreak for people in America. There was something funny about an and I did donate to doctors. Without Borders and I. I put a fundraiser together where we raise quite a bit of money for them. Not a total monster. When I talked about this in your mind I mean always but I did think it was funny the way that like they turn into celebrities. The bullet doctor kind of became like a weird celebrity New York. You're about to seize Kiel. O.`Neil like you've never seen him before. This is show about my life just because they have more than the average guy doesn't mean I'm better than the average got jack like all new Thursdays at nine on TNT. Know if I'm ready to face the world of my own Tracy. Morgan is back. Wraparound edging. Tiffany Haddish is back with. We support one another. Everything is going to be okay. The last Oh own new Tuesdays at ten thirty nine thirty central on TBS. Tell us about the election night. Stephen Colbert.
"jena" Discussed on Adult Swim Podcast
"Be worn at the badge of honor by some. It's a great word season desist from the New York Times. Yeah I did that. Like was it scary. Now's cool. Do you get like an envelope. They sent an email the early days of email. They sent an email. They weren't actually upset about the content. They just didn't like how a user trademark don't get. You did a parody. Explain it better than I can please. So I the New York Times. I think. I think we kinda got them to stop doing this. Because of our parody but they had these wedding videos about these couples like and how they met and it was again the early days of Youtube so I saw one and the couple looked just. There's something off about the guy and I couldn't put my finger on it. He had this creepy. Like these saccharin like this is how we met two people telling the story of how they met and it was like cheesy and creepy and he kind of had the stiff zero killer vibe so then a friend of mine and I been Cronenberg just made this parody of it and then the cool thing. At the time you could put like New York Times dot like vows slash Ted and Gracie which was their names. We just put that as the title and so then I came up with all the other videos if the near Time said down it and this Guy Kale a reseller who's the director was really really good at after effects and everything and he just made it look like a real New York Times wedding video so it went viral because people actually thought it was real but if you look at you like this is not this. There's no way this is real. I can't believe people thought it was real but that was I guess. A term now is an Easter Egg. I didn't know what the term was at the time. But we just kinda snuck it in there and then it happened during wedding season so a lot of people saw and then I made a web series after it and then I wrote a script that I've been trying to make into a feature but something here for tv about that. What maybe we should make a TV show about ten and Gracie here right here at adult swim pitching him happening right now. Yeah I sent that to Lonzo when we were starting to talk about so focused and stuff and I think he was. He was Initially I don't speak him but I think he was initially confused and surprised by the way that the way that it turns. It's really funny. I think that's why you guys approached me or like let's make this a TV thing. And then I was like I have another idea is right after you guys never wanted to focus. I wanted to remember what happened. Walk me through what we did. Okay well there is a reaction to some content adult slim right and then you're like let's diversify some of the content and we all had lunch and you guys were like what's his ten gracie thing it's cool and it was right after the election and I was like I just WanNa make people not hate women. So here's another show. I'm pitching and then I I kind of pitch saw focus off that. That seems to be the consistent thread. May in your comedies. You want people to not hate women. Yeah not all my comedy I think. Top Line for this audience for the adult swim audience. Yeah and it was more of a reaction to the to the other thing that I saw. Well I can only speak for myself. Came to you because of a need to diversify as much as thought that your voice that no. No no don't believe me. No I'm cool either way. It works I will take it. I'll be now. I think I do believe you. I'm into either or the show has been so much fun. It is like a fever dream of mine. And I'm so happy that I get to do it. What other women out there that are sort of on heard or unseen maybe could stand to be amplified where everyone sees us were all you know. I mean all like you know every woman every woman over forty for Sheridan people. Just don't Pay attention to women once. They aren't fuck you know. Okay look I think that wasn't your question and I walked you into some murky territory Yeah I think you know. I think increasingly marginalized voices are being heard. I think people are interested in all sorts of content I think if you WANNA list of female Comedians who I love. Yeah I'll give you that. It's also if you look at who I follow on twitter. A lot of them a lot of people. I hired a right on saw focus. Solid South Focus are people that I think are very very funny that I don't know a lot of people know about you. You have a ton of ton of women looking at adult swim from from the outside when you were coming in I mean it was accurate. None there you go. There are no women. Why why do you think that was because I think if people aren't thinking about it it's really easy to just kind of self select your community without even thinking about it? I also think forever. There's this whole perception that either women aren't funny or women don't like commenting the same way. Men do or comedy is primarily like you know male dominated domain. You know whatever and I think a lot of I always felt with my comedy especially because it was dark I felt a lot of guys liked it even more than like Women in certain certain jokes and certain types of things. I think there's something kind of cool about dark comedy. Specifically that is like so. Nisha away but it's like almost gender neutral people who are dark like dark chip but I mean I think that was like a myth that has been debunked time and time again. Look like who consumes horror movies so many young women are watching horror movies and you know. Gender Gender of social construct to be totally honest. I think some people are more. I think it's more of like a spectrum like my niece and nephew are my nephew. Came out and he was like into fire. Trucks and like intellect Little boy things. My niece came out and she was like I WanNa be a Princess Anne They. They were very very much like following their like the gender norms ascribed to them. But also if you look at like any sort of store supermarket you go to target and you just like walk around on your knees as if you're like a three year old princess so it's just like there's like subliminal advertising that adults don't even see or that people that this is maybe like an ablest sentiment that people don't like people who aren't little kids don't notice You know so but those are all cultural things put upon us to feel and be a certain way and I think you know like the the next generation zero whatever is like a lot of kids are like gender fluid or gender neutral or you know have just different ideas of gender than our generations have and I think that's kind of cool and liberating and especially when it comes to comedy comedy comedy. Funniest Funny What's funny to me? Might not necessarily be funny to you. I don't think our gender has anything to do with it except for the topics. Maybe that you choose to do comedy about me on you. I think I think I like For saw focus is very particular. Show But I think that like a segment on campus rape. But you know it as relatable to men and women and might be elitist. You know because it's about colleges while the I guess that's true automatically Excluding on audience walk us through that first special sort of Y. Those pieces came. Gather how they came together why it worked at the daily show so I know how to do those pieces but we had pitched the show as a as a it was a very bold. We pitched the show as a desk show and my opening segment fell flat. Because I was like crying to camera about like a nine eleven type event or like another shooting or something and it was like dessert. I show back after the tragedy that was my opening line and as experimental as you guys are just wasn't it just didn't work and then we did other. You know we had some other pundits and and segments is kind of like a it was like a send up of like the twenty four hour news cycle and Cable News. But it just wasn't as clear and then to your credit. We had those two really strong segments the campus rape segment and the Canada Cup segment. And it was your I did isolate them and then we are on the phone and I was at the airport. And you're like well. Just what's Let? Let's think of a new show and I was like I dunno soft-focus out of my ass. There's no thought there's no thought to that title. I just thought it was a great title. It's been working yet. It's nice to have like your lisp so pronounced at the onset of your show. Oh Yeah you get to US backed by South Africa. You catch it for your list. Oh on yeah. And that's my favorite like as long as no one calls me fat. Just like her. She's a list. I'm like thank. Thank you like in the Youtube comments or whatever you read. The comments always always. Do you respond to them with an alias? No sometimes these my name. Did you on these on these specials on Youtube Ages? I don't know if there was some time very rarely but if somebody inspires me you know I don't like the The alrighty guys those those comments are never fun you know but if some something really inspires me sometimes someone'll will really get what I'm trying to say a really fun way or have a question or get some kind of hidden thing that we didn't know people would get and that makes me really happy. Do you ever feel threatened by your audience endanger not by my audience. No but like yeah. I've done shows in Seattle. Where like men in the front row? We'll be like tattered up in skinhead and combat boots and I have to look to see the latest allred because that's the sign if they're not season affiliate are not read done. They're not Nazis security. I don't know though so you're onstage looking at people's shoelaces if they if the rest of them looks like a Nazi and does that change your set. Then I'm a little. I try to like kind of flight with them and take if they want to defuse. Wow Oh that's awful yeah scary. It's totally scary. Does it happen to men? I don't think as much but I do think we're in a new moment where you have like. Nra videos pointing to like comedy shows as like attacking their freedom. And so I do. I like a scary moment. If you're like trying to comedy or political comedy just because everyone in our countries like angry and a lot of guns you seem like you hit it off or at least he hit it off with you the Cannibal Cop Gill. Yeah Oh Yeah Nice Guy. I think he definitely have eaten his wife really. Yeah I definitely would have eaten her. I think he would have tasted her. I think he would have definitely killed her. She was freaked out by first of all cops when they have. There's something interesting about like a somebody who threatens to kill somebody but somebody who's a cough who doesn't like there's something about like you've God complex using nypd software to stock someone. His wife was quoted as saying he has to ask her about her running route specifically where should go and she felt creeped out and like she left him and I don't think she's been in touch with him sense. But I have a partner if I found out that he was like on some dark web message boards plotting to eat my friends. I'd be like Josh..
"jena" Discussed on Adult Swim Podcast
"This by the way happened shortly before the coronal lock down a little bit of mention of Corona Stuff Jenna Freedman. Have you ever been on a cruise? I made two pilots for adult swim. One animated one non animated called sperm boat and some fascinated by just by the feature dish that is I've been on a cruise ship but I've never actually been on a cruise because we shot that on a boat and it was so gross. 'cause CRUISES ARE I. I've been on a couple. Not really as a child and then I went on my recent trip to Antarctica. We have to we had right. GonNa vote to get there. And I'm not a fan of cruises trip to Antarctica was really cool. I would to be honest boring. Well yeah okay. Here's the thing and Arctic is really beautiful. If you just put on like a Oculus headset and sit in a boat of ice cubes you'll experience. The beauty of Antarctica with less of a carbon footprint was cold. It wasn't that cold. It was actually beautiful but to get there. You have to be on a boat for like four days with a bunch of retirees just trying to get seven continent. What did you do this on? My Dad's bucket list and my mom will go with him so you went. Did you touch in Ourika? Quiet you get out and yeah of course go on. Here's arrived packed. Yeah they don't want you taking any rocks or pebbles from a and they just kind of told us that but didn't tell us why so I looked into it and they're all these penguin colonies where we were docking and penguins build their nest out of pebbles. If you take pebbles than you make it harder for penguins to build their nests and female penguins then have to resort to prostitution. Get more pebbles. So that they can have the nest the resort to prostitution because they're deprived of resources. Then they have to prostitute themselves so that they can get pebbles from other male. Penguins says like a really interesting micro has about prostitution in general so the solve himselves pebbles. They'll other male penguins and if you want to know what penguin sexes. Maybe I have a video that so maybe we can link it to the pot. Well we'll have links and the podcast for anything that you want to link to yet. Jeff definitely just penguin sex. It's really cute. Like one penguins on top of the other and they just kind of fluttered there and then the last second. I guess he he I don't know is a penguin. Calmer whatever he does he comes inside the female penguin. Sorry if kids are listening but this is how this wire here because your mom was deprived of resources and had to shut dad. So you're from Jersey. And what do you tell people that your job is now a al? We'll tell people that I'm a writer comedy writer. Sometimes I say I write about the tragedy. That's happened to me in this talking to me. Do People tell you that your comedy is dark? Not TO MY FACE NO I. Don't I say my comedies? Dark you know it used to be talking now. It's just reflective of the Times. I don't actually think it's dark anymore. It's funny when court. Yeah it's funny when people say like your comedies. Dark when like we have what like Yao everything going on in our country's harder to be funny or easier to be funny when the world is apparently going to. I think it depends on where you are like. I do really well in the UK. 'cause they're Morbid Fox but here but I think like you know if I'm if I'm somewhere in the Midwest you know I think Americans are a lot more puritanical. An American comedy is a lot more absurd in philly and in the UK. They kind of liked darker comedy. I guess it always depends on where you are. How people receive you so you tailor. Your comedy set specifically for the region that you're performing a tiny tiny bit but sometimes not sometimes I'll go higher in places that I feel won't like it. I think you were telling me about Chicago. You would play different areas of Chicago. Yeah I started out in Chicago and IT'S A IT'S A. It's a beautiful amazing city. A lot of ways but one of the negative aspects of Chicago is that it's very segregated but for comedy. It was kind of interesting because you could perform all different areas and really get a sense of like if like you know the all gay audience or all hipster audience or like the West side which is predominately. Latino South side which is predominantly black. If all those different crowds liked your sat then you know are like and you know a joke work. Can you think of an example of a joke that you would change for a different ad job when I was first starting out and it was a lot more based on my observations of living in Chicago and there was more race stuff in there than there is now Comedy is changing. Times have changed but I had a job a while ago. That was like you know like I had gotten lost in some neighborhood and then I saw a tanning salon and I was like. Oh you know you're not in a bad neighborhood in that was a satirical joke about. Chicago's racial a racially segregated. Cities night did it at Brian. Babylon's coffee shop in the south side and people were laughing before I got to like a punchline but then I did it in like at the hideout which was like white hipsters and they were like wow. I don't do that joke anymore. Because it's really really old and only worked in one city Why would that not work in a different city? Do you think I mean? I also think it's different now because like I think in two thousand five. There was something about ironic racism that White Comedians were trying on in a way. That was like we thought was funny. But when you realize like I guess when you there's like a level of white blindness or just kind of like night like I always think about the Sarah Silverman show which was like really funny but doesn't really hold up now in certain respects and she would admitted herself just because like you know like ironic. Racism doesn't work if like your whole writer's room as white. You know like there are things that I think we understand. Now that we didn't really understand then We being like you know White people so I can't think I don't remember something from her show that that wouldn't well like her in black face. Oh Yeah I put on like Eddie Murphy. Raw which was great when I was fourteen or fifteen chocking. Yeah stuff is just. I mean obvious. It doesn't hold up but you know that's a cool thing about comedy if you're doing if you're doing it right and you're on the edge you know and the edge changes so it's like you want and now we are in this moment where some people will say that like everything so pc. It's hard to be funny but in a way it's like when you can break through that and be funny despite that then it's even cooler. Well I had a segment in In American content. That your comedy. Special to a couple of it was actually after the election. My last comedy special and I had a segment. The whole sentiment was about gender. The whole show about gender was Lorette when Caitlyn Jenner was coming out and I did. I had like a bit about Caitlin which I thought she was fair game because she supported Ted Cruz but then some women turfs the term is trans exclusionary radical feminists picked up the segment and put it on Youtube. As like this comic knows what I'm thinking and she really gets it and they just kind of took what I was saying out of context so then when I released it on audio actually took that whole segment out because I felt like the segment was something I don't necessarily believe but it was. It was like one of those moments. I don't want people to take this the wrong way and I also I feel like Caitlyn Jenner yes. She's like very hypocritical. But you know there's no reason to make fun of her at this point like Trans Women in general. It's so much harder for them and you know why punch down when you could punch up so they were using your comedy sort of as a tool to their own ends. Yeah and I wasn't into that. No so that's a moment where like I feel like I think I think we should all be able to like apologize. And like retool what we're saying to fit the times especially like at the time I didn't have any close friends who are openly trans and I do now and so I do see the world in a little bit hopefully more like nuance better way. And so it. Kinda has changed how I think about those things. Do you feel like you have to educate people or people in your family. No I don't talk to my family once. You're a comedian. You have to stop doing that. No I my family. I just don't talk to them about about comedy. Did they think you're funny? Your parents they still. They still don't know I think they do they. Just I don't show them my comedy. It's like don't ask. Don't tell your funny. Probably around the house right grownup. Maybe I'll know my sister was a funny one. I was always just like dark and weird and afraid of thing. She would work in weird she would listen to. Hbo Like she listened to whatever comics were on television and memorize their sets and do their sets of the dinner table but she doesn't do that anymore. She's a banker. Wow how about that? She older than you. Yeah so you took that from her. I G envious of you know. Now she's got a really nice life. A banker yeah funny about that they watch your shows do they watch your performance. They watch I think they. I think they might have Zakho over when you say Mom Dad. American con was a really good. Our thought And tried to listen to it recently and made me too sad because I had this I was like so hopeful before the election and had a joke about Republicans and I was like like that party is going to still exist twenty seventeen and now I just gives me like P. T. S. It's a provocative title that give you any trouble tired of tomorrow to promote us. But I I I put that title out there because I did it in the UK. Where conscious a term of endearment but yeah. It was hard to promote. Change it for the states because I like the word con. It's a it's a cool word. It's really benign. It's the least harmful word you can call a woman crazy worse way worse because crazy is like mainstream enough that if you say someone's craziest sticks whereas if you call someone reflects negatively on you. Yeah that's interesting can.
"jena" Discussed on Adult Swim Podcast
"It's come to my attention that I've suddenly come on this podcast. And if people don't know who I am I just seem like some random fan boy at least in the first episode. Gush meet fucking factory and the three busy. You're often mostly gushing about your own show. No one knew who I was Matt. Should we introduce you introduce yourself Maxime Simone? I just showed up on the podcast right now. My credits include one person on read it saying I should be fired for calling something for calling a production of a rick and morty episode. I didn't paper costumes poor person. Rick and Morty. That should continue. That should continue. Someone made a video of it on instagram recently. Which was really funny. Was that like that that clip of Rick. And morty were Rick says a bunch of catchphrases did it but composite. J. As morty in me is rick in constant I there was also a reddit comment few years back that said Dave Bonowitz and I were the worst thing to happen to Turner Broadcasting Really. Yeah wow it was one person. You can't please everyone you know that one person has representative of more people. So it's likely through one cockroach. There's there's more Baha Matt how do you deal with pleasing people as a content creator because I feel like I start thinking back and forth a lot of time about accessibility like how to bring people into the door and make them interested in something without sacrificing? What makes you you know and messing around with new art styles for shows because I as people probably saw in the game set clip? I'm completely changing? The arch style. But also I want to capture a similar feeling. I don't know is that. How does that go in? Like when you were making AC- or one talking to them making. Tom Goes to the mayor or anything like that. How do you guys think about like what are People GonNa like? What's you know makes us unique? I don't know where to start with it. We should start including you on some of these conversations that I've been having with these creators so you can ask. These questions of them like can do the younger people and you can do the older people. What do you mean while? Do the ones like you know under thirty five. I'll do the older people. Yeah why do you think I have a different now kidding? I'm kidding I thought you've done great on all of these interviews. Oddly enough. They interviewed I felt like was one of the most comfortable I for. Un even though there's a few things that were thrown as you at Zingers felt like or you were you were unsettled. I felt especially in the beginning. You're just maybe because you know Jenna pretty well. I just felt like very comfortable and I liked easier when these things are done in person. Just be guess. She's real nice. She's friendly funny in Or last two or like Joe Para was over the phone and he's already awkward and slink is cool but like he's almost statuesque in is the way he emotes like almost like it's hard for you to get in on it and that's not bad but like it's like it felt like you're on the sidelines of him as a spectacle. I really liked genus. Show US Tony before the recording. I've said this before that specifically the McAfee interview. I sent to some my college friends which I don't do a lot with content from us just because I don't WanNa feel like a brand she'll unless it's something I'm making I think they'd like But I'm not like sending Mr pickles episodes a robot chicken clips to my college friends but a few of them. Like you gotTA check this out. I think this is so good. And it's also very much my mom and my dad though they are divorced and countries apart right now I think they really like Jon Stewart stuff and I know she happens in that world. I think they always wanted me to do something like that. I had them over last October. My mom and her husband and showed them the John McAfee interview Jenna Freedman soft-focus. Certainly the mark of something good is if you want to send it to people. Yeah I mean I think it's similarly interesting as tiger king which is now in the Zeitgeist so big. I feel like that specific interview has shades of that like where you're watching this large train wreck of a person. Yeah what was fun about this interview at the end? There's a little bit of a interactively with social media that pops up that has since been resolved. But I don't WanNa spoil anything real quick. Let's dip into the Sultan podcast mailbag adults in podcast. Gmail.com a compliment from Wayne Butler. I'll take it. It's amazing how many podcasts come up short on sound quality and editing even groups that no better and have the best equipment like NPR and CBS HAHA NPR and CBS. Thanks to Tina Lawrence Dave Bonowitz. They're the ones who made this Sound so good. Another email from Sterling Morrison cove. It isn't a virus. He's actually an asshole wearing a polka. Shell necklace. I don't what that means. Okay we get all kinds of mail another email from Jena. We'll just say Jenna I enjoy the job para episode. You did recently. That's great warm. Velvety smooth voices and I felt like I was wrapped in a heated blanket while listening. Finally Dylan's Salazar. Poor for Voronezh Spaniel Latino. Okay Beef House three busy. Deborah's programming note. Continue Sundays at midnight Hopefully we'll be able to get some of the doors on the podcast and we talked to them about it. I'd love that but today we're going to hear from Jena Friedman. She's done a couple of specials for adult swim soft-focus with Gender Friedman Max You liked the show enough to send to your parents. Yeah have we mentioned on the show way I wanna I wanNA say three busy efforts saying if you guys want more three busy. Deborah's were to feel like the core of who they are. Check out their New York magazine fashion. Improvisation improvisation video a fashion improvisation with three busy Debra. From two thousand eighteen. I think it's very video all right. Here's Jena Friedman.
"jena" Discussed on Fake the Nation
"A good person and think that you guys is a gender neutral term not be like I don't know offensive? I guess I think you absolutely can be but I. I really want to make clear that. I'm not trying to separate myself from you as someone who's like I'm ahead of the curve. I shouldn't have said maybe God don't believe in God but I do think that what you're feeling. I think is the way a lot of people who feel like they've been made to feel like bad people. Social justice movements are feeling where you get to a certain point where you're like I've been. I've try so hard every day and I think at a certain point. Also the older you get. I know you're only twenty two. Yeah but at a certain point you get to a place like your software like. I'm not updating anymore. This is this is far. This doesn't run. I run on Microsoft. Ninety eight and I can't switch to the new thing I can't anymore and I think there's a pain really of going from one thing to the next thing and it gives us people who are like think of ourselves as socially just people a window when we get called out a window into what it feels right right right when you go back to your parents to be like no. You can't say whatever reality can't say exactly although I should say. My mother who is Asian Says Oriental every day every Asian to say it all the time screams it out and the driveway and then goes back inside empathize. But what I'm saying is empathize with what you're feeling and I also think you could. You are a good person. Thank you but there's like I think like one of the corner by being a good person. That's like an active continually evolving thing. No you're right it is. It is evolving thing and and it's funny because I got the second the other time I got. This email was maybe like in year. One of this podcast. I thought about it and I was like Okay well if I get more emails like this. I'll really think about it and then I got one more email like three and a half years later a psychological. You know an interest- interesting because I also think there is a way of looking at language. I and I totally see what you're saying that I could just be having an okay boomer moment where. I'm having a hard time adjusting but I feel like I don't have a hard time adjusting with nearly everything that's come out of the social justice movements of the last five years. I have no problems with it. I supported I champion it. I'm out there. I'm on the streets holding signs. I do all of that okay. But a with certain with this type of thing. I'm all I think they're the. Why don't we repurpose? Why ARE WE RE purposing? Something that's not that so innocuous to begin with. Maybe because you know what I mean. Maybe we're like at this moment. Where it's just a misogynist so insidious that we just got to cut the words per minute and then we can go back to you guys when we have a female president. We'll be able to save publicly again when president. I mean the whole my whole support of Elizabeth. Warren was premised on notion that I could keep. Continuing is a planet. Can we talk very quickly? And this is so stupid about alternatives. There's a few in in the many articles that have been written about this Friends folks everyone. Someone wrote colleagues someone wrote scholars gang team. Y'All and someone wrote guys like Hey. Hey someone wrote guys and girls which I thought that's a terrible option because girls makes it sound like the women in the rumor children man and sex pots harlot sluts virgins. Mr What am I say to? Us guys does that help at all. Sound like Foghorn Leghorn. It's better all right. Thank you. For this very self-centered question addressed to for me for Mayan help in my own thinking. Thanks for getting me through it Jennifer. Did you have another something to add? I do do. We have like three minutes. Because it's actually something I would want to know your take on yet but if we don't have three minutes. I got in trouble on twitter recently surprise surprise but I want to know. Ethically what you both? What you all think about this. What you guys think about this. I just was on twitter. It's really sad right now seeing people Die and like people morning them and I wanted to. Just give throw everyone bone. Give them some good news so I just wrote breaking news. Stephen Miller has tested positive for cove in nineteen. I realize how viral it would go. I didn't realize that many many journalists who I respect like re tweeted it without fact checking it. I literally had I kind of surgical viral I put in my twitter bio don't quote me And then people got very upset with me for spreading fake news but is it is it. My responsibility is a comedian. And is it fake news as much as like satire or like a feel good story that people can just you know? Stephen Miller is young enough like there are jokes that maybe his the virus can attache like oil lipid shall we don't know but is was that wrong. I did delete it but I did let it go viral for a couple of days before I leave very mad at me very mad at me and then somebody wrote an article about it. It was so dumb. What are your thoughts? First of all any any journalist who re tweets something without looking into it is like. That's their own bad hon dope e if you're a writer at the Washington Post and you just re tweet Jena Friedman stating a fact without that'd be major national news if that were effect so it's wild that someone would be myself it could of been a fact like the only reason guy wrote an article in the daily dot. It's because I started writing. Hey journalists take down but I'm leaving it up. And then some New York Mag writer who I thought was like cool. Took like a bunch of my tweets and like made me look like an like. He's like maybe I was like spiraling because people were like being so mean and I was reading the comments and I was like you guys. I'm just trying to make you feel good. And they're like you and so then I was just like backtracking. And then he took like four of my tweets in a row and was like okay and then I felt like a boomer. It's so funny how we're all feeling this like all the time that we've been being like you people don't get it and everyone's pointing us being like actually your like them. Can't you guys? Just Look Stephen. Miller puts kids in cages. He's a Jewish Nazi. I can't even get my head around that. He might have Cova We. There are so many silent carriers. You don't technically no he doesn't I just don't sad thing about the joke is in the sad thing about twitter. Oh and there was no punchline. It was satire. That's the other thing to really. Where's your punch line? I'm like it's funnier. That people believe this is real having some dumb joke. That like twenty other people are doing because we're all doing the same jokes because we all are living the same now the same healthcare okay. I think the sad thing about the satire is that it would in and this is the problem with twitter. Is that it's completely out of context. A bunch of people. Who Don't know you were now reading this. And they don't understand that it's at tire they don't if you were doing that on stage sandwiched between all of your material and people could see who you are and the type of material you do like coming out of you. I'm one hundred percent not surprised by that tweet. Like I would read it and I would ask Jennifer Friedman. You know what I mean. That's what I love about her. She fucking says it and But the problem twitter is that we don't have the benefit of like I love Jennifer. I know which he does. This is what she burn the witch. Burn the witch. It's funny because I wrote a tweet last night that I was worried. And I wrote hazy. Novo's remember when you thought burqas were bad built in facemask ban and I was worried about that and some people got back by the way burgers or not safe for like you know I was just like. Oh God and the doctor and your doctor would be like I'm going to prescribe Hydra whatever. It is also a burqa right but I think People are sensitive right now sensitive right now and I think when we wanna do something that has that were questioned. I added Bam to the Sweet. So then it was clear that I wasn't joking right. I don't know if that worked but I think you can make jokes but you know what you have to kind of make it at your own risk may now. I guess my question is should I do it again? Bannet has should be Alex Jones as this happened to you guys. People upsets me multiple times and like over zoom hangouts like I wished trump would get corona virus. And a second part of that sentence which. I'm not going to repeat and I get deeply uncomfortable. Obviously I don't want anyone to die. Whatever I don't want even to be misconstrued that anyone should think that I would want anyone to die. However horrendous that person is rate and people are sort of more cavalier about saying that out loud because they're because also people are just stuck in there fucking bunkers with a really botched response at the federal level. So it's like you're feeling about Stephen. Miller is just coming through every pore with the anger and the intensity and they didn't have to be this way you mother fucker you know and so I i. I wanted to give people good news because so many good people are dying so many like the musician. The couple musicians. Yeah and then the one atom session singer Transit Workers Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yeah no I mean the bus driver in Detroit like all of these people and so then just to see that Stephen Miller got it just sparks joy to think that there's Karma it's just rekondo into this. I think if you were to make video like this explaining the joke and posted on twitter. Yeah yeah that's what I do is explain explain. Their jokes really joke. It was like performance are known writing that. And that's when the guy like screen shotted. This screen shot of other people's tweets and is so aggressive and creepy. And I really. I think it's one of those other side moments where you're like. Oh when I read other articles about people being like this this it's this this out and then you're like wait. I just wanted you and then like but the four of those tweets together and then it's like a New York Mag writer doing it and you're like avalanched under all deeply unkind replies. Dying may twitter. I've never been. Nobody has any idea who I am. That's never happened I cannot do. It does seem terrible to be avalanched under so and it's also like it feels like an avalanche but it's like fifty people or whatever replying you know what I mean. I just wanted to put in New York magazine. That's a different story. Well I think also when you get picked up by like Alex Jones or Breitbart or whatever I have you have to write Jonah. Been picked up by those on. I can't even say I've been on a big Nazi rag that I don't even want to invoke. Yeah but the other thing is I mentioned with those guys pick you up. They picked me up on this too because I mentioned not see. I said what's the worst thing that could happen if people actually think that Stephen Miller has kobe he'll have to like pitches. Nazi policies via zoom and but writing. Not Seeing the tweet then got the Nazis Environment. Delivered directly to our trolls. Who aren't even real saying like you're GonNa like all this shit. Sorry to cut you off Nobody thought when you and I don't know if this has been your experience by getting when you get picked up by the far-right is that they don't. I mean they will fucking go at it for like three full days and and they will leave thousands of comments. You know you have to put your to private and just yeah I started. I was getting that so I I just I never put my Vija private but I just stepped away from twitter for like two days once because I couldn't handle it but but but the nice thing is is this too shall pass like it always passes you know what I mean. They get they get alarmed they get into something else and then you move on and so even with this thing. Even you know the purest on twitter will stop harassing you. All right you guys what do you think of Jenner? Friedman's tweet so let me journey. It's Gone Yeah. We don't we don't ever have to talk about it again. I just wanted to know what you guys saw. Because I haven't seen you or anyone. We also note. Stephen Miller is a huge fan of this podcast. She'll probably he'll probably email me. He has it maybe he does have it. You guys actually so yeah. Ap He actually has all right. You guys I normally on the show by asking how you feel but instead I'm GonNa ask what is making you feel hopeful..
"jena" Discussed on Fake the Nation
"Have heard her on the show before. He's a comedian. She's a writer she's she has a fantastic special that's available on the digital platforms. You can see her adult swim. Special episode called soft focus with Jena Friedman. She's my friend you guys it's Jenna Freedman I also. Jenna is joining from Los Angeles at the baller. Our seven thirty a M. Thank you Jena for doing that. Or it's my pleasure such sleep anymore. I neither do I and I'm also joined by a comedian writer. We just did a writing job together. Hilarious leave this week in the middle of a global pandemic. Thanks for that one job. You've seen him on Seth Meyers. You've seen him on high maintenance in fact we're in the same episode of High Maintenance Together. You guys you. Are you love? It's Michael Cruz Cane. I'm Michael Friends. What a Joy. Just quick question before we get going. How are you feeling like about life right now? I have thanked spiraled into previously unknown levels of anxiety. That's how I would describe. This is supposed to be a feel good show and I would say that up until this happened. This is very my hate to bring up privilege right away but it really does awaken you to the privilege that you have where I have never thought of politics as something that was gonna get me killed until this started happening and then I was like Oh right. A president is like for this. This is why you have one of those. A president is for this Jenna. How do you feel? I think it's great that all of our interactions are going to be available to Russian spies. Yeah no I go through waves. I think I think it's GonNa be. We're GONNA be in here a long time and it's also making me like La in a way that makes me uncomfortable. What's Your Jenna? What's your prediction? How long do you think we're in quarantines? I mean I think we're going to be in some form of quarantined until there's a vaccine just because of the nature of Corona viruses. They're like seasonal people. Don't like to hear that I believe eighteen months. I WanNa make the prediction that we're going to be in this until there's really open wide testing for antibodies that test and it regularly testing. Yes and it won't be necessarily this form of quarantine it. It could be like you know. Oh work is starting and then we'll stop like maybe they'll have to wear freedom. I'm sure everyone in America seen contagion by now but I think one of the way. They had the like hand bracelet to show that they got the vaccine. I think we could have hand bracelets to show that we have the antibody or whatever it is and this show. You're supporting trump. It'll be a handwriting that that says make America. Great again slash. I have the antibodies. God that's a joke but they will definitely do that..
Center Stage with Jenna Mao
"We are talking with Jenny. Moe Hello everybody and Jenna is a board certified dance movement therapist and counsellor. How did all of that come about? It has been a long journey for sure. So leave it. When I was in. Undergrad I was one of those kids that was undecided forever. I changed my major like six different times but one constant throughout all of my education when I was at the University of Wisconsin was that I was always involved in the dance program in some sort of way. Yeah I grew up dancing and I had always wanted to continue it in some sort of a way but I never really knew where I wanted to take it. I didn't feel like I could be a professional like doing some sort of performance career. I didn't like I wanted to teach it but it was always a passion in something that I really really loved doing so when I was like midway through. I think they'd be like my sophomore year. One of my professors was Meeting with me and she said you know you strike me as somebody that might be interested in this crazy. Field called dance and movement therapy. That's so wild. I know and I was so so fortunate. Because at the University of Wisconsin they had a certificate program in dance therapy which is typically unheard of being. Huzzah all of the education. If you're going to become dance. Therapist is at the master's Level. Okay so we actually had a dance therapist. Who taught a handful of courses at the undergraduate level so that there were people that were interested in the field they could get like a little taste of what it was like and then they can decide from there if they wanted to go on to graduate school to actually like pursue all of the education and degree requirements? It takes to become a dance therapist so I give that a shot and absolutely fell in love with it and I only thing was convinced that this is something that I wanted to do. And so then it took us so from there. I did two years of graduate school and so I was from there so fortunate to them behind shared at my job right currently and at right now which is working as a dance therapist in a children's hospital which is also a children's hospital that I used to work out in Wisconsin Little known fact Jenas. Actually my cousin there is. There's no nepotism on this podcast. Never heard of that as a career and I just think it's so awesome that you are able to take something that you've always loved so much I mean we. We grew up dancing together in the same studio and you were actually able to make a career out of it and that's so frigging awesome legs so in where Little Okay. So we do. A thing called a lubrication warm up question And it's usually just something funny but for you. I was like you know I feel like everyone who finds that. I'm a Nikki nurse. They're like Oh my God. It must be so nice to sit around and hope eighties all day. Yes so as a dance therapist once people find out what your job title is. What's the first thing they ask you? Oh what they ask me is More so along the lines of like. Oh you're done must be so fun I would love that. Can you come to that for the staff? Oh My Gosh. And which would also become a cool. I would totally love it and I think there's there's very real benefits in providing some therapy for staff in a hospital system because yeah I'm sure amount of research so high exactly like everybody who is familiar with the system in any sort of a aspect is just very very aware of how grueling and demanding it is to gas gently be serving others and yeah others in very fragile states so there is there is definitely some validity to that. Don't get me wrong ray. I think what is hard for people to recognize? Is that while the therapy type. Isn't like what you're traditionally used to like your Ling. Talk therapist or your counselors psychologists. There is real therapy. Work being done in our sessions. It just doesn't happen through sitting in chairs and discussing everything right. We use our bodies and movements and sometimes yes dancing to communicate what's happening with us and to process the whole experience and to find healing in that way. I. This is so incredible because I don't know if if there are many people that grow up with with like dance background but you know even people that just go to club and dance. You know you're still expressing yourself through movement but when I just remember in my ballet ballet primarily there's something that just comes over you when you're moving and you can't if you've had a bad day you might like dance a little harder or if you're feeling a certain way like it's it's so hard to explain that like unless you're dancer that feeling that just kind of like it's like electricity. That moves her. You're right when you just said it. It's a feeling it's your belt since it's all of all of what you can't put into words so this is exactly why dance. Therapy is so so beneficial's because sometimes people don't have the words especially working with kids. They might even have the vocabulary to lay articulate. Exactly what is going on for them? So if I'm working with you and you can show me with your body. That's what I'm trained it. I'm trained to see and observe various things in your facial expression or the way that you're gesturing or the way that you're carrying yourself or sitting and then I can help you work through that because sometimes we don't always have the words for one. Oh I lose on this podcast all the time. If I could dance out this podcast you might be more entertaining for some people. I don't know I've lost some dance. Get you know. But it's okay. It's okay it's just about it's that communicating about how you feel and what's going on for you in the moment it. It's not a performance. It's not the show like there's never an end product it's always a process oriented experience of that I'm just so excited that I get to learn more about what you do and I'm so grateful to be here because it. It is one of those fields where we've been established sense like early nineteen sixties and. It's definitely growing and always evolving. And I think what is so great about me being able to come and talk with you about this and let more people know that and get more awareness is that we can work in a medical setting right. And that's I think a really unique Lake Niche For dance therapists to be an. It's really common for other therapists to work in like Rehab centers or school settings or inpatient psych hospitals or outpatient clinics. But the medical reminded of if anyone ever saw girl interrupted and the class and the girl sitting there. And she's like you're a tree Janice your tree and I won't stand up Dan. Okay sorry segue relevant but yeah you know so so. Medical Dance and movement therapy is definitely a a newer and less known about. Yeah little you know subset of all the great work that other dance therapists are doing around the nation. That's so cool and I think When I worked at a children's Hospital Wisconsin. I mean obviously I was in the Nikki like we don't have dance therapy in there. We have more speech. Therapists Occupational Physical Therapist But I remember when I start God when I started. It was like two thousand. Seven was a long time ago But during orientation you know they have everyone in there. They have Nikki nurses they have nurses in different units on the hospital and just learning about everything that was offered at children's was incredible. I mean like I knew. They offered like tutoring and classes and stuff. But I didn't know that this was a form of therapy. The multidisciplinary support that is being offered in our hospital currently. But I'm sure in lots of other paediatric facilies is something. That's ordered huge like doc. Yeah in order. Yeah well so we're a concept based service okay go Any sort of physician nurses nurse Practitioners Social Workers. Pretty much anybody that has access to the medical chart and put in a request for myself or any other member of my team to go and provide support for
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The Dallas County medical examiner gave a jarring description of the wounds suffered by a Dallas woman the night she was shot by a police officer
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Testimony begins in trial of former Dallas police officer charged in 21-year-old's shooting death
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"There are tons of podcasts. Newsletters out there. Some are monthly summer weekly and some are even daily since ear. Buds podcast collective was initially a newsletter. The podcast newsletter. Seen is near and dear to my heart. I become friends on and off the Internet with other newsletter writers over the past years and I wanted to give them a chance to share what they're up to some of the newsletters you'll learn about our recommendation. Roundups others are podcast industry info engines and some are a combination of both. You'll hear from these writers in their own words. All about the. Why the how the WHO you get it? All about their newsletters. I asked them to share who they are the names of their newsletters where to find them a bit more so without further. Ado Let me hand the the mic over to my podcast newsletter writer friends. Let's do this. Hi This is Sarah from the audible. Feast appetizer mine. Newsletter comes out monthly in it features the best podcast episodes. 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A Blanket Full of Bacon
"This is Shirley. I'm joined by my co host. Jim Wilkin JT English. I wish we should just give you everything off the it was just a repository Eh. One day we will put that on. Today's episode we are an ax to look at a blanket. Full of Bacon in acts chapter. Ten hope you enjoyed the discussion hey. Jt why did did you immediately come in here and make fun of my Mug. There's this problem like we have these huge coffee mugs in here right now and I can't fit my coffee Mug in my ears. Looks like it in your mind ends Jenas but it's big like that's like a gallon or so over there we had a microphone in there. The microphone with your your Coffee Mug. It's a to hold it with both hands. Yes driving a small bucket. uh-huh drive and your yeah. This is interesting Well we are back. And today we're talking about acts chapter ten and a blanket full of Bacon And so just figuring out what's happening in acts chapter ten and well you know what. Let me tell you something. You're you're never going to indict me for not having an interesting episode title. Just I'm like I'm free from that. Ah Chan what would you call this episode pigs in a blanket. That happened off air. We were very proud of that. We brought it back on here. You know we we're GONNA leave people without pigs in a blanket so then I had a weird moment after that hit me when we actually my daughter I want to give her credit. She's the one who was like Mama teaching pigs in a blanket. And then I took everything in me to resist googling to see if there was actual a tie between the tidal title pigs in a blanket and this chapter really like I thought maybe the International House of pancakes red x ten and then named it back. Wow Oh oh wait. Wait wait so so you thought that it was possible that the idea because of the head coach for a viable. Wow you're so. Yeah Bible rival literary you're like the beautiful mind person maybe where you're just like though subject to further discussion. Well today. We're talking about about pigs in a blanket or a blanket full of Bacon. We're an act SHEPPERTON. Let's just do a quick recap so far jen. How did we tax ten? I mean wh where have we been at before we got here. Well Kyle. It's been a long haul. No actually it's been really good we've gone through So the first half of is focusing mainly on the the emergence of the Ministry of Peter Within the narrative and So the first half of the book wraps up at the around the end of chapter twelve. And so. When you're in chapter ten you would know? Then we're really getting disordered. The the main point of what's happening in Peter's Ministry and interestingly right before you get to chapter ten ten you see the conversion of Saul so the Texas has spent a lot of time talking about Sol And we actually did on an earlier podcast and so you can kind of get get the sense that oh well I guess. Now we're gonNA talk about Saul Slash Paul and Saul Slash. Paul is commonly thought of as The one who takes the Gospel to the gentlemen tiles and said it's a little bit of a surprising. Turn when we flash back to Peter and find that actually. This is a story about Peter Taking the Gospel to the Gentile Anti. And he's GonNa he definitely gets kicked their right. It's not like he's not looking for the opportunity right. He wasn't. He wasn't out vision-casting for the Gospel. Going forward right Paul right with the Lord Kinda seized him into it right. Hold them into it. And that's the story Enact Shepperton focusing on Peter Cornelius and so I and also what's brought us to this point is like this expansion. This sort of ratcheting out of the Vision for who the Gospel is going to go to. And so I it comes to the Jew and then you start seeing you know like. Oh there's the Ethiopian Eunuch you know it's like each each vignette that's in here of WHO Receives The Gospel. Is this this this picture of the Gospel going as Jesus said in acts one eight from Jerusalem to Judea to Samaria and so this week is the ends of the earth and so and this is a fascinating story right right Oh man it's fantastic. I mean it's just it's really interesting just from like a history of redemption perspective. It's really interesting from a Kosh the spirit moving and Peter Peter and Cornelius perspective. It's interesting from what our visions and dreams perspective. It's interesting from a just like the pictures that are are interesting. They agers so it's just a fascinating story so we're not going to be able to read the whole story of petering to Cornelius. Because it's it's long it would take we're trusting when we cover these chapters. You're maybe reading along with us or you're familiar with the story. So the broad kind of contour here just to give us like a big arc of acts chapter. Tim Is that Pete. There's this guy named Cornelius Milius And Cornelius is a centurion of what was known as the Italian cohort and it says that he was a devout man who feared God with all his household he gave generously to the people and he prayed continually to God and that he is going to have a vision and that vision is going to be the Lord speaking to him And that around the same time Peter seems to be having having a vision and that is a vision that involves pigs in blankets. Hallelujah yes and so oh I think one of the questions that we immediately ask ourselves here is. What's the big deal between gentiles and Jews like? Why is this even talking point of significance at all like y casual reader of the Bible? And you get to this story. Why did Peter have to be kicked so to speak into bringing the good news to Cornelius? He is why wasn't that. Just a factor like hey I mean Jesus has come. This is good news. Why not bring it to everybody? Yeah I mean I think one of the main themes that we're going to see probably throughout this. This episode is the significance of promise that God made to Abraham in Genesis chapter. Twelve verse three Specifically that that That Abraham or Abram Room at the time was this man who was going to be elected for the purpose of his family than blessing the nations events he subsequently in Genesis. Fifteen and. Seventeen this this Promise promise of the good news. Of God's favor and blessing being given to Abraham and going through Abraham there is a sign given to this covenant specifically the sign of circumcision which is now the Jewish people. It's the Israelites and but over. The course of time I think they began to to forget that the purpose of their election of the Gospel the good news being given to them was actually not just for them but elections for the purpose of others of blessing the nations corporately and they begin developing a spiritual superiority based based upon this sign of circumcision. And it could not see how God would bless or or make somebody clean. who was in their mind unclean unless they they had been circumcised so really when you come to the New Testament one of the primary questions that is being asked like their their theological conversation is around this question? Do you have to be Jewish right in order to be a Christian. We're GONNA see this later in acts chapter fifteen at the Jerusalem Council. But that's really what's happening. Luke is doing. He's giving us a theological narrative errative to show us that the primary question that that that that God is trying to show his church is that by intentions. The whole time has been to bless everybody to bus the gentiles. Not just Jews but gentiles through the Jews yeah Because obviously the Messiah comes through Abraham's family right well and one of the reasons that we wouldn't read through this on the on the podcast Is because it repeats itself. So God's right and and and one of the things that we have to ask then is like the R- the repetition is like we get all the details over. I mean the the number of times that Simon the tanner who lives by the sea is mentioned. In these in these retailing's you're like stop and and it's repeated three times. The story is repeated three times. And they're actually a number of threes in the story Or multiples of three. That are are trying to tell us something They're we're going to be three men who accompany that. Go to get Peter. They're going to be six men that come with Peter Back to Cornelius House because they are bearing witness. It's the idea of on on the on the testimony. The money of two or three is the truth is something established. So that's all going on. The story is given to US three times. It itself is bearing witness and what we have to ask is why so much over and over again the same thing and it's because I think we we're looking back on something in and most of us are gentiles. We don't have a Jewish heritage and and we have to recall That this level of repetition and this much care taken around communicating this particular message about clean versus unclean about is is Christianity Eh Something that is placed within Judaism and grows out from it like. Do you have to observe Jewish custom that to the original audience. This is mind mind-blowing at the point that it is being given to them like it is like that cannot possibly be and yet it's in here three times because his. Jt said it it's the fulfillment is a fulfillment fulfillment passage for the promise. To Abraham that through him. All the families of the Earth would be blessed and I think it is easy for us to to to be dismissive of some of the tensions between the Jewish people. And somebody like Cornelius. Like it's not like the Israelite people were had no the reason to have a little bit of certainly hesitancy but if not if not just hesitancy but outright resistance to the idea idea of gentiles being heirs of the promises why because they had a history of being enslaved exiled and oppress by these groups of people right. That's right so like Cornelius when we kind of turn to the question of who is Cornelius with Cornelius. Is He's a leader. He's a soldier of an oppressing army occupying hang army exactly. So it's like the idea of Peter Going to Cornelius. And saying there's good news for you. Cornelius would be to bring the good news of Christ the Lord and this better kingdom to an oppressive enemy. That's exactly right and so it can feel a little bit like if you're reading this you're like well why the hesitation well not only were. There are strict tradit religious traditions that separated from cleanliness perspective Jews from gentiles engine towels from the inner presence of the Lord or the holiest places around the presence of Galway But there were also very big cultural and political realities that that kept division alive among Jews and gentiles so cornelius is a centurion It was What was known as the Italian cohort but he has described arrived as a devout man? Feared God with all his household gave generously to the people and pray continually to God. Now I wanted to pause here And just ask a little bit so coriolis just describe somebody who fears God and yet. He hasn't heard the good news of the Gospel. What's going on here right? Is this like the is this the sometimes. I read this passage. I feel like this is where people would go when they're like well you know there's somebody out there who maybe has never heard about the name of Jesus but it is like but does fear the Lord right so who. What does this mean? Why is this significant? I think this is a classic example of why we can't take the book of access prescriptive given everything that it's saying because what we're seeing as you're right at the hinge point right you're right at that place in between The way that we see faith demonstrated rated and credited his righteousness in the Old Testament and the way that we're going to see Belief in credit credited as faith and salvation in the New Testament I meant and Cornelius is right at the center of it. He's going to help us. Answer the question of how to salvation come by grace through faith alone has always been the answer but we would speak of like those is who are listed in Hebrews eleven as having looked forward to the promise of salvation and then New Testament believers is having looked back. He's right at Ground Zero and and so I think that what we see here. Well so just strictly in terms of what the text wants to communicate. He is a Jewish pro slight right so he is he. He is probably on the verge of conversion to Judaism so he's he's probably attending synagogue but he's not circumcised He someone who in the past would have been like if you think. Think about Rahab. She converts to Judaism or or or ruth is brought into the community. He's not yet in the community but it's interesting that he is already demonstrating. He has works to accompany his faith. So so I think what we're seeing here is a simple obedience to a forward-looking looking faith that is only forward looking in so far as no one has come to preach the Gospel to him yet. There there is a completeness to Gospel but he hasn't heard it yes. I actually don't think this is my hot. Take that when Peter Shares the Gospel with him. I'm not sure that that's the moment of salvation for him because we already see the Lord appearing to him and saying prayers MOMS have ascended as a memorial before God But I do think what we're seeing is. The connection of the idea of what is what has been salvation. An and now what is celebration. Yeah and we do see throughout acts. I don't know that we we've hit another one of these yet. But we do see these moments where there's essentially a group of Characters Jersey have a part of the story and that one of the apostles you gotta bring it to bring the other part of the story right so you see this with typically The receiving of the Holy Spirit or the baptism of the Holy Spirit. where it's like? You have a part of the story people like. Yeah I've been baptized by John. The baptist. Well there's there's more you know that like the the Christ price came that he died that he rose again and that he has sent the spirit right and so there are these kinds of points. I think it's important. You said that about Cornelius that there are so many scenes and acts where we need to fight. Maybe the the temptation to go okay. This is how salvation works As supposed to go okay. This is a very specific. Overlap moment in the history of redemption and this is one kind of cut away scene right of that very unique back once in a history redemption. Kind of moment. Yeah right that's right. Also just find a lot of comfort in the fact. That God was wasn't his providential ential over all of it in other words. This doesn't work if God isn't clearly. Directing writers clearly directing directing the men who were with them like God is moving moving all of these tectonic continental plates and there's there's just movement in redemptive history happening we get. We get this great confidence or assurance in this narrative narrative God ultimately is the one doing. Yes Yep that's good guy gets his people he doesn't have to be more anxious about God's mission than he is and Edberg. Yeah you're right Let's go. I needed to hear that today.
Woman’s brain surgery broadcast live to thousands of people
"A success brain surgery on a patient's while she's awake broadcast live on Facebook inside operating room twenty one at Methodist Alice Jena shark flashes a smile while behind the curtain surgeons have just removed part of our school to access her brain all set they're performing awake brain surgery to map out the safest way to access a tangle of blood vessels causing Jenna seizures the tangle of close to the speech area of the brain and as thousands of Facebook followers watch live doctors stimulate different parts of our brain while she reads words and identifies pictures off an iPad I just look at her I'm I'm so impressed how she's handling this for forty five minutes Jennifer follows orders from clinicians he's lucid and just as personable as she was when we met her the day before surgery I don't feel there if I I keep saying is that we are then I'm not nervous Jenna an occupational therapist student told us doctors discover the tangle of vessels after she suffered a seizure while at work it was just like gibberish I just like the you can't move like when I try to write it down I couldn't write down what was going on and I try to tax so it's going to take my friend say there's something wrong with my brain but I couldn't they told her a week brain surgery would help them remove the tangle without causing damage to our speech she says the decision to broadcast it live on Facebook was an easy one I really hope it shows people back to have faith in the medical profession because we really have grown so much doctors call Jenna role model is doing a fantastic job and a medical inspiration for others have faith in your medical profession in your surgeons and everything's
"jena" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show
"The forty five seconds ago you should you should Ken this is great I'm on I gotta go I don't WanNa do that that should be your mindset right now so here's the other question in a year or two years of stint and then step into it I'm just trying to give you all sides of this thing I don't like to give people pollyanna vision there's some work I'm so excited about our three free resources that Ken Coleman Dot Com it's about helping you get.
"jena" Discussed on Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast
"A. Did you come out here that often or I'm living out here at the moment cool yeah. I'm out here at the moment of a couple of projects out here yeah I like. La I mean New York is I just I love. It and you're more Cannibal cars yeah yeah I just. I love it there but I l. a. Has a really cool comedy scene. There are a lot of really cool venues out here and the community is really so nice. That's the other funny thing about wow that whole like comedy civil war like I really even comedians. I disagree with I I'm friendly with and there's such an it's such a nice community of people. Oh Yes oh that just I mean is. was that like it's make or okay I mean the problem is is is like you know. There's not a lot of money in journalism anymore. So everything is click. Oriented and people have to create stories at nothing. That's actually what is separating us like. Click bait stories that just trying to divide people and get reactions out of people rather than the reality. Was that like most people you know even with this crazy even in this crazy political men like whatever but most people on a base level are like kind and when you read. Click Bait articles. If you actually Lee like I'm going to read. This one ever pays nothing there. It's based on three three tweets. You know the the out of context and I know it's so frustrating because no one ever actually reads the article so it just gets shared earn but then I think is twitter even real I know it's twitter really just like twelve other people that I'm in the same sports box with. Maybe it's better I go back and forth forth because I can get very addicted to twitter but I do follow journalists that I appreciate and it does kind of feel like it's a good really the best use of twitter there is like you change your setting so you don't get massively trolled and that said I've gotten okay. How do you change your settings. What how you can change you can change them to just like people who who don't follow you. Don't get out you never I'm so there are ways to do it but if you follow like journalists that you like it is a good way to get your news yeah no. I agree and that's in the night hear voices that probably wouldn't normally aren't like CNN talking heads you mean don't just follow the comics or you can do that now now. I've heard the same thing. My wife is always so that she li. If you curate it you you can you can have a perfect get some great utopia but some great news outlets yeah. It's perfect for that well. We're out of time. Where what what day are you performing? What I do name okay so that's Sunday no Saturday over yeah Saturday cool yeah. That's great where Real Stupid Forum in. La I have been traveling so much I haven't really I don't have many dates on the calendar then. I'm going to be in the New York Comedy Festival. I'm I'm doing my show. I'm doing miscarriage of Justice at Union haw her ten th at seven PM and the New York comedy festival that's another. That's a big show coming awesome giant yeah. That's fantastic. Do you think you'll do that our long in La.. I will probably do it again. I did a couple little secret shows. Oh it doesn't if you follow me on social media on that secret but I didn't like have a big announcement or anything and then I might be doing a couple more cool. That's great yeah yeah well Jennifer. Thank you so much. Thank you delight and you are. You guys are okay. and yeah break a leg break a leg and give me that book on different ways yeah thank you. I don't guests awesome okay. Thanks thanks well. That's our show for the week the team Coco Weekend Yeah Comedy Club near You. They're a lot of really great comics this weekend. There are and we're going to take credit for all of them. Sure because that's the team Coco Way so thanks for listening and we'll be back next week. We like you inside. CONAN unimportant Hollywood podcast hosted by Mike Sweeney in me. Jesse GASKELL PRODUCED BY KEVIN BARTELS engineered by will becton next by Orion connor supervising producer is Aaron layered associated producer Jin samples executive produced by Adam Saks and jeff Ross justice debrosse cocoa and Colin Anderson and Chris Bannon it here wolf thanks Jimmy Vino for our theme music and interstitial also apple podcasts and of course please subscribe until a friend to listen to inside CONAN on apple podcasts spotify stitcher Google podcast asked or whatever platform you like. This has been a team Coco the Duchy in association with..
"jena" Discussed on Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast
"The US a couple of weeks. I guess so a Wow da yeah and we're the audiences that dramatically different and I think the when I was doing the true crime stuff and I started to do it in the UK. Okay it was interesting because I've always found that audiences British audiences in particular darker than we are in America just more morbid but then that true crime stuff was hitting harder in America because it's so much and in the past couple years we've almost we've had such a weird traumatic thing happened with our country that I think we've we've almost like outpaced them and how kind of sad and dark we've gotten so it was so I had to like kind of be a little bit more physical with the material when I was doing the UK to to sell it if that yeah yeah you had more slipping falls like at one point when I was doing the impression of like a live woman breathing. It was like really all over the world how my every home has its reliable cleaner. Yes doing the hard work to make the host look good and being treated like crowd yeah being kept under the sink. God Damn it. The alarm is the under the kitchen sink classic cleaner. That's been keeping home spotless for generations the true hero of of household cleaning CSLR tackles difficult calcium who I- Calcio Buildings Lime and Russ Stains all over the House sinks tubs showerheads even that Coffee Pot and your dishwasher how you have to clean the dishwasher. I just learned this yeah. This is probably ways well. If you don't want to spend that kind of money get sealer. It handles everything from soaps. Come on shower doors hours to the toughest toilet bowl stains outside. Oh this is interesting outside..
"jena" Discussed on Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast
"We also host this podcast called inside Conan. We really try to keep things concentric and our lives which I haven't Conan Duvet cover. Wow I did not go so we are here with you this week. It's it's on the eve of the team Cocoa House right who are which is a a big city wide comedy festival. Basically I think it's ten cities and team COCO is I will say lazily taking over the club. Yeah there's slapping their name on it. some stickers handing out stickers possibly pins if if they're really splurging on the High Ryan and they've booked all these really great comics and they're all people in the Conan family right performed on the show Joe or maybe right for the show in some cases right right or a length CONAN money you the old. There's all different avenues to cocoa house us. Yes that's coming up this weekend and to help celebrate that yes and get the word out although. I think it's it's already sold out but maybe you could will to get the word ticket the next one. We have a very special guest. Today we do She's a comic who's performing in. La at the Hollywood Improv Jena Friedman Hodge A hi. Thanks for having me thank you sir. You're welcome to inside Coenen. Have you ever wanted to go inside. CONAN metaphorical level shirt any level full that on a metaphorical I mean Conan the legend a living legend. We're diligent alleged covers. This isn't going to get back to him by the way he doesn't listen to this. I don't say anything you want road. I mean to say okay good. Good good good and welcome to Los Angeles Yeah. You're a New Yorker thank you. I do identifies a New Yorker wearing all blacks. This is like blackish grey. This is kind of like on a day yeah and we're wearing red headsets and you're like no. I brought my own black heads which I I got doing a podcast ones. That probably could happen. I probably could will so you did you now now. I made it up. I mean I got that but it also is something I could see people starting to carry around their own headphones because there's so many pod form right and so many people that something's going to catch some of it's some of the podcast just riffraff coming in off the street so yeah. You don't know you're going to get soon people. You'll probably get your own headsets like for your birthday and yes be expected to start podcasting casting second-grade. Little Mike podcast starter kit for kids like an easy bake oven instead of Karaoke they can talk to an old Marc Maron podcast. I don't own PODCASTS E. Oh that's cute yes and marketable. Oh aw copyright it right here on the cover. Kevin's doing it right now whoops too late so Jenna you who had an incredible set on Conan a few weeks ago Cole I'm glad you have you gotten good feedback. I have gotten good feedback. I mean I read all the comments people wonder. Why do I read all of that. Oh No are you do I do. I have like a hypercritical Jewish mother so it just feels like a hug comment. She's like an insight. She writes for sells her hobby. That's how she makes money so she set you up to be open to criticism completely. Wow that's a good skill think so and your audience ultimately earliest critic you know and I love that set and I knew that it was going to be a little too dark for the room but then it did have like a second life online which I appreciate it and I think yeah it really. He was kind of directed. I'm glad it felt a little more universal but it really was speaking to like a specific audience of like you know women yeah and so you know I also think it's interesting when people expect that comedy has to be certain people not to name names but just exp- a certain demographic just expects it like comedy just has to be for them and I think that's with all the platforms now like you're getting to see so much comedy and some on things are for you. Some things are for someone else. Yeah I think that's great and you know a Lotta Comex. Don't even like our judgmental about comics who do stuff different from them. It's like Oh. That's you know what they're doing some cool. It's ridiculous. What they're doing is the only way right and should I like that. There's all obviously all a great great variety of types of comedy but I think the point you're making his great. I remember reading in and Tina Phase autobiography that there were sketches they'd pitch for us and elwyn Myers was the head writer and and like the men in the room would just not get it and that was why they didn't laugh. It wasn't because it wasn't funny. They didn't understand the premise of it so it was like that really really opened up for me. Oh sometimes people aren't laughing not because they hate this material but just because it doesn't they don't really understand it. Yeah we have this idea. That comedy is universal but it's a lot more like it's not like what's funny. It's like what's funny. You like. It's a little bit more my favorite comedy at least I think like like slapstick and broad comedy is more universal yeah but I like kind of specific comedy. Even if it's not specifically for me I kinda like seeing something. That's a little bit more specific but it also is. I mean you know true. You're set was about true crime and the like the dearth of or not dearth the wealth of podcasts and to cut that part short. I had like twenty others that I was. GonNa those are real. They're all real. Oh really no. The only one I made up was the this American death because that was the joke was. It's going to be my podcast. Yeah so the down South One Israel what was then fried true crime God. That's a real one white wine and crime was out one wine and crime white wine raise. He's do you listen to a lot of I mean I went. I went on a road trip couple months ago and my boyfriend in and I listened to a bunch of them because it was just like such you know you're in a car for thirty hours and so we listen to dirty John and Dr Dan and Oh man in the window is so scary. I had to stop listening because it was just it's like about the golden state killer and it's just too scary okay I didn't. I haven't heard that one. That's what it's about that yeah I listen to. I think a different golden state killer cast this'll scary and then it's like they're all these economies and there's there's like a comic con for Comecon but like a murder Kahn or whatever there's all going into it and it's it makes me wonder like take it. How ethical is it you know and in some like it's easy to just kind of criticized it which I think I do but I also it. Does I read one article article. I think it was in the Washington Post about how it does like. Give you know the family of victims kind of sense of hope and keeping being their stories alive and when they can actually track down killers. It's like an immense sense of justice but then you also kind of wonder like as we fetish is it and housing market it is it like conspiring copycats just like our national obsession with like dead white women like how is that it's a longer conversation but I have this hour our show called miscarriage of justice and I kind of try to think about like how you know. Does it make it harder for us to see like a woman in the White House 'cause like every woman on TV. He is dead and in like soft focus and you know with. There's always those slow push photos where you're like. Oh No I know she's GonNa die by the is that a live show miscarriage of justice yeah I did it. I just did it in the Edinburgh. Fringe the crime segment actually was part part is part of that show. Oh cool yeah so. It's like this our show that I developed in August at the Edinburgh fringe and about all this kind of stuff. Do you perform in in Europe. just that like you've been at Edinburgh before. Is that your times in Europe or have you performed like in London Yeah. I've done a bunch of stuff in London. I was in Dublin and Kilkenny Ireland this past summer and then Edinburgh as Steph and like Paris and Berlin. I like I mean when it's in those countries like you're performing for like an ex pat audience a lot of times people speak English was wondering how because you do a lot of political comedy and does that translate translates more in the UK. Let's we thought you might have had it in Europe yeah but not as much like in you know Um and Europe in Germany. I remember doing a show in Berlin and it was like the English speaking night at a Kookaburra comedy club and the German audiences would just like laugh because they wanted everyone at their table to think they spoke English speaker just pause and they would like laugh when you paused. I would take it after Li- Germans aren't known for being good lesson. Ah Imagining Cabaret right like you're in that room while we're there. You don't have to imagine what a Washington. DC right now so in New York where where do you what kind of venues to performance anywhere that will have me. I love the comedy store or sorry the Comedy Cellar ooh sorry S. Comedy Cellar in New York but also there's like such a very healthy alt- seen in their tons of rooms. That's all the time and you know Brooklyn and the city and Queens. Have you been performed Stanton island yeah but there's so many faces Chris I know so just wherever but the one of the best clubs in the world I would say is the comedy Cellar Yeah Sellers Yeah Great and it I used to. I don't know if it's so does it get people from all a lot of people from Europe and all over the world well. It's that combination of like. It gets tourists but they're hip. It's like so a lot of other clubs sometimes times. You'll end up getting like a tourist audience. You don't know how if they even really speak English along with. They've seen comedy before but the seller still manages to be a club job and have an audience that is like primed for comedy and you can. I mean they don't like it's not like it's not as cool as performing in you know. Mike a Random little show in Brooklyn where you can take risks and stuff. They kind of want you to do your best material. Nadia is still pretty hip. Surprisingly I certainly that's good yeah yeah. I guess you don't do a lot of Jersey bar gigs. I'm guessing I mean I started. I used I start in Chicago and I ah clubs. I did start like doing a lot of clubs. Drink minimum close yeah and I think that I don't know I..
"jena" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Now from Jena Heron personal finance reporter at USA today who outlines five ways to get more back from your everyday spending suggestion, let's start this top there by picking the right card. What should we be looking at to credit card in my wallet? One gives me exceleron earnings on gas and groceries and the other has accelerated earnings on dining out or restaurants. So always knowing which card gives you the best earnings rewards is the one that you should pack when you when you go shopping or you're out at a restaurant, and that sometimes is a little bit of trial and error, right? Sometimes you'll have a car, and you realize it's not working for you. And maybe time to maybe look at some of those offers getting in the mail. The other thing is there are some cards not many, but some that have rotating categories by quarter. So for example, maybe in the spring or summer, you can earn a lot more if you shop at Home Depot, you're doing some kind of home repair home improvement. So knowing those categories is really smart and making sure that you register for that extra earnings every quarter. And you also write that the more we swipe the more rewards. We should be getting right? Well, obviously, the more you spend on your card more rewards are gonna get back, but some credit card companies actually reward you more. If you do say twenty transactions a month or billing cycle. So you might get an extra twenty percent. So that's a really good way to to get a little bit more back from your everyday spending. We also should be on the lookout for bonus offers from our credit cards. What are some of those people are pretty familiar with those sign up bonuses where you can get maybe one hundred and fifty dollars back or even five hundred dollars cash back. If you spend so much in this first three months after.
Jenna Dewan Posts Lingerie-Clad Pic to Instagram -- and Channing Tatum 'Likes' It
"Reason that he's back on he's been offering people advice on life and how they can maintain their creativity he i tweeted people should look at their phones or go on the internet for the first hour they're awake but they should enjoy their own imaginations instead he also suggested people follow their own ideas if they don't love what they're doing they should stop as soon as possible he then told his followers oh by the way this is my book that i'm writing in real time no publisher or publicists will tell me what to put where or how many pages to write this is not a financial opportunity this is an innate need to be expressive and he said he's going to continue to work in his book when he feels like it it's been a few weeks since i broke it to you that jenna dewan and channing tatum are getting divorced people are still hurt by this one and so yesterday fans were freaking out over jenas instagram when she removed the last name tatum from her profile name around the same time this is very interesting she posted this very sexy lingerie photo of herself in bed holding a cup of coffee a photo which for the record channing tatum wiped it was after that lake that she dropped the tatum kelly clarkson still defending how she disciplines her two little ones do think that.
"jena" Discussed on Off Camera with Sam Jones
"If anything a noise you on a movie said if you wanna like if are enraged if you feel humiliated if you on our unbelievably annoyed if you are impatient you know whatever the emotion is that a bit outsized you know in between take something is going on whatever and he's you know somebody is has just insulted you or people aren't what whatever the the the the we're waiting for a cloud that's never moving a you know i out of the line of the sun and we can't shoot until the cloud in it's like can we please go iten you know the scene is more important than the than the cloud whatever those issues are a keep it to yourself and she said because then you can put it into the next take and it will be your fuel it'll be the fuel for your engine that you need to and that is that invaluable in in in any time that i've ever said can we go it's like a tougher you know that can we go i should have like just plugged it into action and it would have been something that i wouldn't have anticipated it will it'll is transportation and she was it was you know incredibly why there's an aspect of of falsity to making a movie that cannot cannot get into your performance and you have probably after vigilant towards that totally you know it's like a real protective kind of thing you after really fr considerate sacred and in in that that thing you know jena said that it was very kind of nononsense very pragmatic but in fact it's just protecting something that sacred in an movie set can be like extremely not sacred like let's face it on there's a lot of like looking now there's a lot of cell phone staff there's a new time there's meal penalties there's you know boredom there's you know all these things and the actors there to protect a an unknown the unknown you know you want up what what i was saying about brooks you want to court the unknown you know uh and in sometimes year deal only one doing it you know um.