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"jim norton rich voss" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

Bertcast's Podcast

08:17 min | 7 months ago

"jim norton rich voss" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

"Boosting. Ridge. Might Phoenix. A. Little exactly, and then I say to my pr guy just to be like. Hey, I can't get like arrested for this. It was something like. Oh, I! Bet You've my side if I killed a journal. That journalist you probably. My my biggest problem and trump is i. don't think he laughs. I. Don't think he's ever laughed in his life. I think he would love me. Assure you never say I don't think he will. 'cause I heard I heard. He doesn't like me. Through with me. But like if you can't like music, I feel like comedy is going to be hard for you I. Think I think Kim Jong UN and Donald Trump would absolutely love me. He's A. A TV show. Put this out there. A little bit and I'll put it out of there again and he wants to. Party. Just funding and private. Private jet. I'm cool. He frightening a`dictator. We send you around the world fucking befriending all the dictators. Do you know how much I would love that show I would pay? You wouldn't have to pay me. I'll pay all my own time justin dictators. Let me come in and throw them a party. One Night Berkshire Social. Chair You have to be able to leave. That's. Getting the. SEAL team six. The people you bring you keep them. We all take Jim Norton Rich Voss. You know what? Tang borough rich fast and Kim Jong would talk about his hat for a very long time I feel like I feel like we'd start seeing. Kim, Jong. I, there's a lot of. People out there that I would love to party with. whiskies in stuff he has. He's like a crazy. He's like a whiskey efficient. Took cigars. For me to pace myself so I didn't blackout too early and do something I really regret it I've never a. Here's an. Will the. BACHELORETTE! GET CAUGHT UP? Fundamentally as humans? We WanNA see humans. For else. Still Gladiator I still think there should be a show where you get like John. Jones right and you put a hundred dollars. He's the best year. Ever you you put a backpack on his back with two hundred thousand dollars on it and you put five regular guy's pulled out of a bar in an on, and they try to get it off his back I think that would be great, but. I think that we're turning. This is like dehumanised. Some sounds like a movie ice tea would be. Was a game. We end on that one. You're next. Hey Shit we need to. Do a good job show, you are the quintessential punch-up. Can can you just punch me up out of this and ultra? Okay right to camera. We have a shot on Michelle. First of all you can do, you can create a scene that we all act out in. We'll even create a moment or a catchphrase anything just to get us out of this show. I'm having a heart attack. Right out of my body you know the first thing I do when I get to a hotel. You guys are going to hate the. Turn I. Turn the temperature up to seventy eight. Why because I love a warm room, but also I don't get to control the heat in my own apartment. Because I live in New York. Yeah I just have a radiator that. Billy Bruce. The evil snake. Berbie on the customer sweating. Sir But I also. Like the like the noisiest part of the village, so like sometimes it's the radiator and other time you're like. What's that hissing? It's like. A bunch of gay guys don't. Buy Radiator. This is K. ice cream, Wrapping. Michelle Wolf to take us out on this episode of ood. Closer. On this show up in one joke, one set punch joke. Joke came ready all right. I'm not in this. Shoe. I'll do the first part the second part and a new to play. to fat white guys in a red walk into a bar. The, too fat white guy say to the redhead. CAN WE EAT? Sexually. Starting at the. Two Guys Walk Navarre the redhead. Again. Two guys at a rate header skydiving plane. That you guys in. The. One fat one that white guys parachute did NOPE, and and he grabbed the red head and said. Well you're GONNA die to. Kill. Approach to. Retake all right, dude you me. Ready? To to fat White Guy, how about this to medium fat white, Guy Talking about talking about that. We just. Saying. Chubby White Guy. A real thin early read. Walk into a coffee shop. You do this. They say! They each order a lot today. I. Don't play this game. Okay the. The red, hat orders banana. We'll keep around Robbie finding joke. redhead orders of Banana Leans over to the biggest of the two guys and says. You should probably one of these you fat fucking. He looks at her and says. Already have one in my but. No Third wife got that White. Guy Looks at both of them says. Are We talking about bananas? Could. Shake your head by the camera just mugging, take it. You know when they let you fucking free. They laugh. They laughed pure disgust took. Three of the three live with the funniest people walking. We can't end this. Cruise I, Guy, you not hold it off. How about this? Not Knock. WHO's there to their white guys redhead two. Guys in a redhead who owes Bobby Kelly Burke so? That We. Did you did it this for doing this? Awesome light subscribe find these guys online. Follow them something's burning. Fat. Perfect. Thank you. Five really hoop down really. I think it's hot. Anything. Because I'm for. You just. Fantastic episode of something's burning. Bobby Kelly Michaud Wolf tag here. Follow them fucking. KNOCK KNOCK! WHO's there? That was great. Those a lot of fun Burbank you guys that was. Really..

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"jim norton rich voss" Discussed on The Next Best Thing

The Next Best Thing

11:14 min | 9 months ago

"jim norton rich voss" Discussed on The Next Best Thing

"Every TV show. It's like good stuff and it wasn't even funny right. You're you're you're you're just getting like affirmation captor it's like if that's what you want then by all means are you a fan of Bill Maher. I like Bill Miller. I don't mind him I think he's he's a smug count as much as anybody else and I certainly have like. You know like point. He does it he does that. He's kind of like the king of that Mark Neural. Yeah but I think I'm I'm of the mind and I know. This is an unpopular opinion in the platforming era. But I'm of the mind that you wanNA shine a light on on people that you don't agree with because you want to show people what's what's fucking out there like this is what people believe and it's not going away if you don't show it there with the Internet and all this stuff. They're getting their literature out there. They're getting their beliefs. And honestly stifling. The speech isn't doing anything but making their cause verified in my opinion. I hosted a conspiracy podcast for years and it was to the point where I didn't agree with mostly anything. My co-host believed I mean he believed in flat. Sandy Hook didn't happen. The Boston marathon was a coordinated event. Nine eleven wasn't even planes that hit the towers it was direct energy weapons and Holograms so that was a practice for me. So you hosted the show with Alex Jones more or less. How Dave Weiss? He's still big in the community. He still out though my God. He believes all that stuff he sure does. Yeah which at the time I think. His biggest failing was not getting me on the side of the conspiracy. Because I was I was up for sale. I mean there's certain things like the JFK thing. I can get on that board because I've been to the depository I've looked out the window and it seems impossible to get a shot off and like you can convince me other ones like the Sandy Hook thing. No plus they don't listen to To back and forth. So it's not A. It's not a true debate where you know. They say a lot of the sandy hook deniers. Don't even believe that it was an active school. My wife's cousin went to the school. She knew one of the little girls at died when presented with this evidence. I was told I was a liar. And it's you know it is what it is so you understand that there's no real that's the that's why debates kind of dead now but I also I didn't like there were episodes that got clashing and angry in. I wanted to show all of it warts and all because it's like that's kind of how to talk like this. You know you get in fights you come back and then you know him and I weren't good enough friends to mend the fences as it was but we're still cordial. We're still fine. We talk to each other. There's no hate in that way. I just can't even talk to the press. Never again right. And in my opinion you know conspiracy is is more or less concern corruption tangible real corruption. Where it's like if you look at nine eleven. Do I think that was set up by George W Bush? No I certainly do not do. I think it was used in leverage to get into wars that we didn't belong in. Yes I do do I. There's of course there's all these like there's all these different things that like you don't have to live in Narnia. To be a conspiracy theorist you can like the fact that Epstein is coming out and all this stuff is playing out on a mainstream media level and then they're actively trying to stifle it. It's like okay like maybe pizza gate wasn't a specific homerun but it could be indicative of a larger problem. There are a lot of the big problems God if I mean a but them bill. Let's Talk About Your special filmed at the comedy. Cellar did yeah did it with it. Totally independently and ends available for free on Youtube. Did you in like a you know throughout there are guys like Colin Quinn? Jim Norton Rich Voss appearing. Really singing. Your praise Ozzy Kelly Robbins idea to that was mine. Yeah you told him to like really make me look good because I mean the story of how I got in at the true. It's true yeah I mean I ramped it up of course when I say Colin Guinn so the way it happened was Colin Quinn unfortunately had a heart attack I was hanging out with Krista Stephania one of my best buds and Liz the manager had no one. There was nobody there. It was like six thirty on a Tuesday so she just asked me. If I could do some time I panicked. I said yes and Great set set up an audition eventually got in the club so even though I know the comedy cellar has been the home base of a lot of comedy stories from crashing to Louis to even this week at the comedy cellar their own show on comedy central. It's like I had this. I had a personal story. That is pretty great and a connection to all these guys who I looked up to as as a young guy before I even did comedy that I could make this happen to make this work and film at at the seller. I you know to me. It was my. It's like it's the best thing I could possibly make. I was just very very happy that I ended up getting that you've been able to see you've been trying to get an audition and you couldn't or no I. I was one of those guys that was like when it happens happens. I wasn't I was worried about it. Of course and it was something that I wanted to achieve but at the same time I knew I wouldn't achieve it by hanging out there so I was there sporadically. I happened to be there for dinner early because I knew it wasn't going to be a hotbed of COMEDIANS. I looked up to and had to feel embarrassed in front of you know but I I. I was working. I was out getting better. And that's that's how I chose to spend my time and so and you when you guys filmed it did you. I was GONNA say so. It's independent it's available for free. I was GonNa say that because you didn't WanNa pit sell it to anybody. No no no. I answer that early. I make no qualms at like it just wasn't being offered and My first album did really great for me. It's it's got over. Four million streams on Pandora played. I think it just kicked in and I got clips from that all over my instagram. My Youtube Youtube is my cannon comedy Instagram is at I M my cannon but like it's all you know all of this stuff is for a constant onslaught of content. That's what people are need. At this point they want the the onslaught Schultz Andrew Schultz kind of set the market. For like all right just because you put it out for free doesn't mean there's value to so once you especially considering who I got involved and how it looks. I mean you know Mike Levin the guy who directed it and shot it he he's like a R- a real filmmaker made it look like like almost like a fincher movie lady. I it looks beautiful and so I I wanted as many is on. That is humanly possible. So if I wasn't going to get the offers I was GONNA put it on Youtube just to be shared and re and have as many people and it'll pick a ton of people are watching it and it will pick up traction and then maybe Netflix will be like. Oh Shit exactly. Yeah didn't do this. And maybe they won't you know who knows but it's is not about waiting for me. I'm eleven years in at this point. I all I WANNA do is have a you know the sounds Dushi but a body of work to reference so people do happen upon me. They're like Oh shit. This guy has two hours and and this and this and he's got all these youtube things and like at least we have you know it people what. Hbo Even said Like we want we want to addicts not subscribers right. So it's like you put shit up. Yeah and you want people to get addicted to you as a comedian right so then they come out and see live. Are you a Conan? O'brien Van Damme. Yeah I love because he talks a lot about his body of work now it was really important to have some ownership over it and just creat create create create and keep creating out there so that people have this wide array of stuff to see of his and they can pick their favorites. And it's just with them and stuff like that I'm not proud of a lot of my body. Of course I mean there's bad episodes of every single podcast that I've done there's bad episodes of I used to host a weed news thing where I was talking about. You know the current day of yeah the laws of marijuana like every day it was a weekly thing but you know I had to write seven new minutes every single week so it served its purpose at guy better at writing exam. You know it's it's led to what I am right now and the special itself has about thirty thirty two minutes of standup on it and then I So the album that life begins. The album is coming out February. Twenty first and that has Twenty-five additional minutes of STANDUP. Oh Nice so. I was hoping that it's like you know you put this piece out. Its own contained thing. It's got these guys on it. It's not it's not a normal comedy special. It's a thing right and then if you WANNA listen to the hour and what that says like you get the full hour February twenty first you know. Life Begins Audio. Whatever and also GONNA start rolling out clips same same as Andrew same as every other comedian on instagram on Youtube and you know just flood the fuck and market. I want as many people to be aware of what I do on stage as possible because at this point I'm finally proud of it. It's hard to constantly be turning. That's a lot of work. Sometimes I don't think people realize like especially now 'cause there's instagram. There's facebook there's twitter. There's so many different platforms that you have to keep them all up to date and all that stuff and it's like unless you have an assistance of discount or like a team even well. Comedians at this point which Andrew Schultz does have a team. There are comedians. That are doing well enough to have team. And that's like that's the goal kind of because then you almost operate as your as a solo studio right. You can kind of leverage road gigs. If you don't need an agent you're like y'all going for a door knowing that you're going to sell out right you know people are going to take that read that risk all the time the clubs. Because they don't really have to front any money right. So that's that's the goal is like you know a lot of people. Just gather these people in these people and eventually when you can put a team in place then all you have to focus on is comedy which is nice. Yeah but right now. I'm I'm on the PR agent. I you know. I just got rid of my personal appearance agent because they have no creative thoughts how to leverage my you know the success of my special and all the streams that I've gotten online and stuff like that so I got rid of them because I can accomplish what they're currently accomplishing and give up any and not give a yeah exactly You also the Irish Goodbye podcast. Which bleeds into did you watch the Oscars a little bit here and there. I've seen clips. They were horrible. I mean I'd I'd never have high expectations but how do you feel about them going hostess? This sounds random. I think I think they should. I think that's the move a host. I mean no I like a host but I don't think people can handle it like I. It's just everybody is or I shouldn't say people because people are just going to respond and then give up and not care about it in three days but the networks that are just spineless fucking `fraidy cats for the most part just can't handle any negative backlash or comments on what they're putting out. Yeah Yeah but Kevin Hart. That was weird because they didn't actually fire him he just he stepped down. Yeah but regardless like this year it was like if you're going to go hostess. The only reason to do that is to maybe save time but they didn't. Instead of like going from presenter to presenter they had random people come out have to introduce themselves explain why they read the Oscars and then present the presenters. It was ridiculous. That doesn't make sense but of course we should have a voice of God doing or some. Yeah or should just be like I think maybe Nikki glaser did it was either a TV show or an award show or something but she was the voice of God not in the room just kind of introducing the last thing and that if you're GonNa do that for the Oscars and go host..

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"jim norton rich voss" Discussed on Let Lisa Help with Lisa Lampanelli

Let Lisa Help with Lisa Lampanelli

12:13 min | 1 year ago

"jim norton rich voss" Discussed on Let Lisa Help with Lisa Lampanelli

"You know he'd done those long after they mattered to him because you're mad at us. Yeah you're on network t._v. They go don't change stuff is working so from a personal viewpoint. I think we all like the beginning <music> <hes> projects unless the type of person who likened safe but comics don't normally like that like i remember you saying <hes> right before for retired like a year before i was like hi remember what it was like open mic ing that was so much fun and it didn't seem like that much fun back then but of course you look back. Can you go oh yeah. I'm really fantasizing here by the time you ate it right. Can you you just writing all the time and you thought you were surrounded by friends other open makers but they were probably dicks to ever no. Do you feel like you. How old are you. You're fifty sixty nine. Oh you're sixty okay so i'm about to be all about to be fifty eight. Do you think because i'm at the age right now. We're literally run. If you said to me you're not allowed to accomplish anything nothing other than play and fund the rest of your life. I'd say i'm in. Are you at the point where you're like. I got cool if i don't accomplish anything else or do you still like the accomplishment. Well you know i get. I get those thoughts and i didn't have them a couple of years ago. I got those thoughts of way if i just you know tom enjoy life but what would i do. I probably end up with people talking and the thing that i love about the interview process. If i mean you sat down and had lunch we wouldn't get to this point. I wouldn't have told you that. I did a past life progress yeah. I had no plans on doing on my way here. That's that's not going to break up with something about these microphones. They make it closer than it could be. All i love that yeah so so to you. It's a it's a it's still happy still fun. Yes still content still joyful in with and is there ever moments on your show. We're preparing for the show or after the. You're like oh god. I need to end this f._m. Thing like do you ever have experiences on the show that you've resent oh donut for thirty years so yes has gotten less and less though as far as discontent and you've made it exactly what you wanted to be. I never felt like i've done that. Perfect show yet. I've had in the back and i will aggravate a producers by saying look what we you know and we'll have a great children but one thing wrong you know what i mean and i've just recently had to pull that back because not everybody cares about it as much as you all my god the fact that you said that i love love because my brother is one of the producers of sports center on e._s._p._n. And we're both very obsessed with like getting everything right <hes> so for instance like we are painfully aware of every punctuation mark in an email and every capitalization and spelling any wants to go what is wrong with all these people can't eh spelling goes. No one will ever care about this more than we do so through. We're those types of people. We want that perfection. Yes so what's funny. Is i find it hard to. I believe that the show i did with you with jim. Norton rich voss and the member of bell biv devoe. Isn't your favorite remember. That guy came in the boys to men yeah guy stops by and it was like hey man come in the studio. I don't like oh my god. You're having him in room. Vince all comics. This was great. Isn't that always funny any to about siriusxm. Where don't know what's going to happen on any given day back. Somebody just randomly walked by yeah go. Hey grab that guy that celebrity. Hey there's cardi b. Wanna come in and stuff happens all the time hat. Do you do when you pull a guest in foods walking by. Do your current guests resent it while i don't normally no normally it's thrilling to people and i i remember i had boston one day and then <hes> gary oldman came in and this was the year that he won the oscar but then i remember voss asking him some stupid questions about some little movie that he had done twenty three and i'm just to show off that he saw them whenever he you know who knows what he's obsessed but you just let you wanna stop that you know what i mean right all right. You want to please oh jeez <hes> well. We like to pull focus. Ya an oscar winner would get a chance to speak right. Get it. I get it and you'll what i actually was talking to somebody about this morning. I have to wherever i go now really make an effort to pay attention other people talking and pretend and that it comes easy to me i of course have i think in my mind boy i bet better stories than this in the community theater group but i gonna open up and listen earls. How am i gonna learn that. They're interesting well. I always interviews especially to me. I i use this example and of course was it turns off everybody but i've i find it very sexual very much like sex where you're trying to get the other person to get off at least from a male point and that's a great point so no one has ever said. I'm really good in bed. I can come in a minute and a half. Come so fast yeah in bed. His guys fantastic the task. You wanna find that other person's spot and that's why it's always important to me to to create a safe place where everybody can talk without judgment. I really when i watched t._v. News interviews and they have the gotcha moment and all that it kind of makes me sick because it's the exact opposite now. I understand you know if you have a senator on and he's i'm sure it's important but the the art of the interview the excitement of interviews the exact opposite of that is about finding those spots that people can go yeah and feeling safe with each other other. What's good. Is you still like you said you haven't had your perfect show yet. There's always like us see hair of a thing that you haven't achieved so. It's almost like they're still l. This thing that spurs you on exactly maybe i do that to myself till it could be a little better so i don't have to think right. I peaked well. What do i <music>. I need to take a break. I want you to help me with some viewer. Slash listener problems if you will be loved because you're very smart and wise person what what you find though before we break. What's your big thing. You still work on text. Ole miss is my big one yeah while never forget beyond the drugs and alcohol or a daily thing but i am this is almost embarassing doesn't sound very masculine but i just recently got into the murray condo stuff. I love it tidying up. I just went through. All my clothes can't wait till i get to my books cannot wait to throw out books now that i'm doing this because i have a lot. I've had a lot more stuff than i need. Were us and then after that to get to papers. Yes so you're literally. Doing it like going to do it. All the way is going to give it up and go along with it. What's the worst that happened. I threw out you know some old hats. I know but why do so you think you held onto so much stuff lazy lazy because a man can put on a twelve year old sweater and feel okay about it right right and i was thinking is i'm. I'm throwing this stuff out in high school. That would have been death to me if i was wearing something as a senior that i was a sophomore but as an adult male i'm like yes this so good. It's just dumb. Do you have that thing because i have it of just in case. I have to hold onto this just in case i e he yeah i tho- i guess there's that but i think there's also who you know who cares and then your life becomes cluttered and i really do think come and get to the end of this and clutter an uncluttered my mind i think that's i don't think it's about the stuff as much as it is i really do. I think it's about and now you know. Can you think better can you react better. I totally agree 'cause i took a workshop once up at chr- apollo so <hes> in the berkshires call them decluttering or something and legitimately like it ends up like wow. I didn't even come here to declutter stuff. It was about the getting rid of friendships that don't work anymore getting rid of those thoughts that don't serve me or emotions. Don't serve me. I was like oh that's the big thing and it all just works together. Isn't it strange that you can have these so-called friendships that are so old but you no longer have anything but if you completely completely disconnect you feel like a bad person or yeah dumbed down well. It's interesting because i d clutter my friendships once in a while because it's it's obvious that person's gotta go when it becomes like oh my god they suck the energy ademir. I'm doing it to them or something like right now. I'm so disconnected from i'm to friends of mine that i was super close to around christmas and i have no idea why because i thought everything was okay so i'm like did they just declutter me and i didn't yeah no. I kinda wanna ask them. I wanted to a couple and i want to say if you decluttering me. That's okay but let me know because this comfort as discomfort discomforts difficult is killing me but then ron. I think my lesson might be to live with the discomfort and figure out how to not eat over it through obsess over it so the beauty in discomfort which is the title of a book. That's really good is that you get to sort of feel your feelings on what comes up for you so what comes up that. I've been pushed aside. It might come up that. I feel abandoned. It's like and then working through that so i think a lotta this serves us in even if i go what i choose for these the people to have decluttering me now but if they did. I guess i have to learn from it. That's why i like work friends project from we're working on a project right not getting together to you know waste time you know when when you stop drinking you're like i just can't sit around for four hours. Yeah yeah and i drank think yes. I love alcoholic friends. I love my drug addict friends right but look. We were just talking about of us. We love him in the great of setting but bonnie he does take him home always wanted for bonnie. I mean and that's the thing god bless people who find their spiritual emotional equal or of denigrated who can fit their dense together because you know i certainly haven't been able to all. I founded the dog so far and i think i'll keep it that way. <hes> but run will you come back and help us. Yes i will excellent flint ladies and gentlemen. I'm here with the fabulous ron bennington and ron at tell people real quick what channel you're on what time you're on on sirius x._m. What i really want to promote is bobby. Kelly florentine rich voss and i were the creeps for kids towards you see and this was bobby's idea of you take these people will and florentine him and and <hes> of course false and is here these idiots. They're good dad's yeah and that got me the into when when he invited me to do some stuff with them that got me into asking people like that and it's amazing how much comedians have in common in the way they treat children. Wow fascinating. That's really great to to learn about the tour creeps with kids. All k's creeps with kids yup up <hes> toward dot com. It's going to be really really fun excellent and also <hes> you are on channel all the channels. You don't care yeah. Hey that's what i mean yeah so he's on the faction channel on sirius x._m. During the afternoon frigging love your show her show is literally other than howard the the only one i listened to and i called you up once and i said i'm going to continue to call ron and barge into show any chance at anytime you want..

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