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Fresh update on "jimmy" discussed on CBS Sports Radio
"Not he's that leaders, or is he Joe Mauer, Buster Posey, Right, right. No. I think there are legitimate concerns just based on what we saw. But keep what didn't seem to me like he was way down on him. Just that. Maybe you've got a sort of temper your expectations? Yeah. And it was it was 400. He telling that to Marty and I, and it came from the question that party asked. It was such a good question. What about Joey Bars? What about him? That's all he said. That's literally awful. Marty set apart do Man he was like, Tell me about Joey. Bart. What are we gonna see him? Why don't we gotta He can have candy. He's gotta swing and miss a lot. All right, moving on to our next piece of sample jump off of some baseball here. I've got into some NFL Do this thing controls our minds. It seems like 365 days a year. John Lynch Donor. A podcast with Ira Kaufman down in Tampa Bay. Iris, been one of the champions for John Lynch. Sort of banging the drum for him to get into the Hall of Fame. And now John Lynch go into the hall. But we've all been wondering all offseason. What's he going to do it? Quarterback? Here's what he said on the podcast with IRA cop If he's injury free. Is there any doubt in your mind that Jimmy Garoppolo is your quarterback? When you line up in September? No, not at all. I mean, I really believe that he You know, I just look at the numbers. I mean, he's 25 24 9 25 and nine when he's played, you know that Thean available is a big part of this thing. So, like I said, we wait probably has a stated goal. We have to insulate ourselves better, and we gotta have better options if he's not there, But, you know, I've watched people go through this in a career where they struggle it happen to me early and then I went eight years without Mr Practice, so Believe that things can happen. I believe they will for him. And, you know, I really believe that Jimmy is our guy. So here comes the psycho analysis..
Butler, Dragic carry Heat past NBA-best Jazz, 124-116
"They need to have a season high five game winning streak after Jimmy Butler poured in a season high thirty three points in at one twenty four one sixteen win over the jazz we just try to get better each and every day I think we're moving in the right direction we definitely are but I mean everything looks good whenever you whenever you where we end up losing a stand in line to be a completely different scoring dragons tied a season best with twenty six points as Miami handed you to adjust the third loss in its last twenty five games bam Adebayo scored nineteen points and grabbed eleven rebounds for the heat who shot fifteen for forty six from three point range and won the battle of the boards forty nine thirty six Donovan Mitchell scored thirty for the jazz Utah remains the NBA's top team despite falling to twenty six and seven I'm Dave very
Fresh update on "jimmy" discussed on Zach Gelb Show
"Com. You can also follow him on Twitter. At Tyler Sully Tower. Thanks for jumping on with us always appreciated. No bomb, Alex anytime. Yes. So, uh, Tower Thanks again for joining us, man staying up late here it, Zoe go back to What we were saying earlier about Jimmy Garoppolo. I mean, you could sense he signed with the Niners in 2018 that contract extension. See this here? Rob was taken up $83.6 million in cap space. And played just 25. Regular season games. Let me repeat that since 2018 Jimmy Garoppolo has consumed $83.6 million in cap space for the 40 Niners. Played in just 25 regular season games. That's three seasons. So you look at What the Niners conduce this offseason. Taking cut Jimmy G loose. And save $23.6 million on their cap. And I think Kyle Shanahan has shown that He had runs the kind of system I mean, I talk about coach quarterback the quarterback. So is the most important, But Jimmy Garoppolo is replacement level. Yes. Nick moans. You have him? With $50 million freed up That's a better situation for next year. It is At worst, it's negligible to Garoppolo. I led them to the Super Bowl in 2018, but you've putting lead in quotations. That was the defense. That was a running game. We know that we know that. So now I do not really believe John Lynch that Jimmy G will be the Niners quarterback next year. 855 to 1 to four. CBS is your number. My name's Alex remark coming up next in the midnight hour on the East Coast. Our number three Of the show, LeBron James. I want to see him on the court less this year, and I want to see a new logo on.
Search underway for missing Miami-Dade high school football coach
"A search underway this morning for a missing Miami Dade high school football coach. Police say. 39 year old Roger Pollard was last seen Wednesday in the 2100 block of Northwest 113th terrorist wearing a black shirt, red gym shorts driving a red Toyota Camry, Florida tag G B Z are 36. Pollard, who serves his head football coach at Coral Gables High is 61 Boy is about £200 black hair, brown eyes. Anyone with information is asked to call police to see if we can get him home safely.
On Jimmy Garoppolo, John Lynch said what he had to say
"On one other topic here because mel does have the niners moving up to take a quarterback now their general manager john lynch just yesterday in an interview said jimmy garoppolo. I expect him to be our quarterback next year. So what gives in san francisco. Yeah that's probably the boldest statement we've heard from john lynch but you could really play around with all the wording that they've used every single time they talk about jimmy garoppolo and it's still not the thing you wanna hear. If you want. Jimmy garoppolo stay in san francisco and that he is our guy. He's going nowhere. We are invested in. Here we can win with jimmy. You're never hear that because look at it this way. John lynch can just go back after the draft. Or if they decide to move on from jimmy and say yeah which is not going to hold his feet to the fire. They don't need to so the forty niners here from. I think we can all. It's been made very clear. They're not in love with jimmy garoppolo so the table is always open for them to make decisions
What Would Happen If Chabot Dam in the East Bay Hills Broke Open?
"What would happen if chicago damn cracked open an empty the lake behind it onto neighborhoods in san leandro and east oakland. It's an alarming thought. We asked cake. Ud's dan bricky. Who's reported on safety issues at california's oroville dam to find the answer. Holly and vickers kings question is a really good one because it reminds us that all dams pose risks of some kind given the nature of the job they perform holding back huge volumes of water they can turn from placid lake into deadly torrent. If unleashed all at once. They deserve very close attention. When that attention lapses catastrophes can do happen in late may eighteen eighty nine flood. Water overflowed badly maintained private dam in western pennsylvania. Triggering its collapse. A wall of water race down the valley below a century later. Historian david mccullough said. The johnstown flood was so vividly alive in the local consciousness. I grew up in western pennsylvania. I'd heard about the johnstown flood my whole life as children. We used to shout run for the hills. The damas busted little knowing what real terror is in those words. The flood wiped entire towns off the map and killed twenty. Two hundred people in california owns its own special chapter in the history of dam disasters with a tragedy that unfolded more than ninety years ago in a remote canyon fifty miles north of downtown los angeles from the day. The saint francis dam opened in one thousand nine hundred twenty six. It leaked the folks in the farm. Towns downstream used to joke. They'd see you later if the damn don't break on march twelfth nine hundred twenty eight. The saint francis damn disintegrated just hours after it was pronounced sound by los angeles water. Chief william mulholland who had designed and built the two year old structure when the massive concrete dam broke apart water raised more than fifty miles to the pacific ocean killing about four hundred fifty people along the way but those events one hundred thirty years ago in johnstown ninety some years ago in los angeles county sound like ancient history much more recently california. Got a lesson in how dangerous and costly failure of even part of a major dam can be failure ambiance spillway structure results in an uncontrolled. Lisa flood waters from link oroville and eating evacuation from the low twenty. Seventeen collapse the spillway at oroville dam in the northern sierra foothills one hundred thirty miles northeast of san francisco touched off a series of events that lead local officials to order one hundred eighty eight thousand people to flee their homes. This is not a drill. Repeat this is not a drill. Spill ways are crucial to preventing overtopping. That's what happens. When a reservoir rises over the top of the dam and simply spills over a spillway is like an emergency valve. Damn managers can open to safely release water from a reservoir bills over the top but back in february twenty seventeen oroville dam spillway began to disintegrate just as a series of winter storms dumped huge amounts of rain across northern california without a fully functioning. Spillway lake oroville rose rapidly water poured over a hillside that was supposed to serve as an emergency spillway. That emergency spillway began to fail to leading to the mass evacuation. In the aftermath investigators found the emergency spillway was ill conceived and the main spillway was badly designed poorly built and inadequately maintained. So how is should bowe damn different from all those bad dams and what does east bay mud have to say about. Chaba cracking open and unleashing catastrophe on the east bay. Simple answer to that question is that the dam would never crack open. That's jimmy yolly east bay mud director of engineering and chief damn safety officer he oversees the district twenty six times including chabad. Damn the reality is that the dams are designed such that. They don't just crack open. You will see signs of a failure if one is to occur and The dan's designs with monitoring equipment to make sure that you can see that happening if it was a east bay mud confidence that a dam built within a quarter mile of a dangerous fault will stand up to violent shaking. Let's take a look at how the dam was first built. Nearly one hundred fifty years ago and how it's been maintained since
Butler leads Heat to 4th straight win, 116-108 over Raptors
"Jimmy Butler scored fourteen of his twenty seven points in the fourth quarter is the heat picked up their fourth win in a row one sixteen one await over the raptors Butler also had ten assists and eight rebounds from Miami and hit two of his three pointers down the stretch bam Adebayo had nineteen points and twelve rebounds in the heat eight women eleven games since a seven and fourteen start raptors guard Kyle Lowry scored twenty four points in his return from a thumb injury Fred vanvleet also at twenty four for Toronto which has dropped two straight since a four game winning streak I'm Dave Ferrie
Lawsuits filed against auto insurers over rates in pandemic
"Not driving half assed much. Auto insurance customers are suing 10 major insurers in Nevada. They're accusing the companies of charging excessive insurance premiums during the pandemic, even though driving and collisions declined. The class action lawsuits acknowledged that some insurers provided discounts but argue it wasn't meaningful relief that reflects the reduction and cars on the road. And reduce driving during the pandemic. The Consumer Federation of America has also said the relief from insurance companies wasn't enough while claims dropped in auto crashes declined. That's Fox's GeneCo's Sola mornings at 87 35. I'm Natalie Rodriguez News radio. 6 10
Take the Plunge With Suleika Jaouad
"Our guest today is to lak- jawad welcomed feber. Thirty five salako here. We are so excited to have you Slake is the author of the instant. Best selling memoir between two kingdoms. She wrote the emmy award winning new york times column life interrupted and her work has appeared in the new york times magazine. The atlantic vogue and npr among others a highly sought after speaker. Her main stage tedtalk was one of the ten most popular twenty nineteen and has nearly four million views. She's also the creator of the isolation journals community creativity project founded during the covid nineteen pandemic to help others convert isolation into artistic solitude over one hundred thousand people from around the world have joined and her book Yes overbook just came out on february ninth. It's wonderful congratulations. Thank you spend so exciting and so overwhelming in a little. I'm so that are for the course. Hannah's book that came out during the pandemic which is just a whole other layer of stuff and it's a memoir which is a whole other layer of stuff layers so many layers to peel back. Well before we really get into it. We we love to ask our guests at the beginning of an interview to share a self care practice that they have in their lives. It can be quite literally anything And so we would love to hear if there's one that's resonating with you right now. I just did it actually before talking chiku and it's A new self care kind of ritual that came about during pandemic and involves thirty five minute screening meditation and then cold water punching other currently although assuming holes nearby frozen could coach our which is why my restricting Yeah l. okay. So i'm so excited. This is what you started with. Because i've been following your cold plunges on your instagram and we already have a question in the document about them so we can just get kate. Kate is very cold. Plunge curious we've had a lot of listeners who have really into us about how Either cold showering cult bathing has helped with insomnia nervous system trauma experiencing things. So can we start from the beginning. Like how did you come into this. What has it done for you in your life. And how do you maintain the practice especially like now that it is twenty two not even twenty degrees. I'm sure it's colder than that where you are very good question that i ask myself. Every time i find myself submerging. My body freezing so I live not far from the great elizabeth gilbert and the first time we had a friend date. We went for a walk. And we pass mccall. She proceeded to rip off her clothes. Jump in the water. So naturally i did the same and it felt so good Especially in this time where you been spending a lot of time out my computer on-scene who calls And it has its way immediately. Resetting are nervous. i'm And so we decided that we're gonna do it every day and because the kind of get more of a ritual and because the best can't stand being cold water for longer be added into screaming meditation and became really interested and but pops and the science behind breathing. So at is what we've done every day until recently just got too damn cold So now i take a cold shower and of jumping in the freezing water. But i think you know. Part of it was My lining to get into meditation on someone who always struggled meditation. I'm incapable of sitting in a chair with my eyes closed for like five minutes and something about the breathing fouts Not just Actions that kind of focusing on the states. You're you're meditating. you're also. Jimmy's pretty strenuous breathing. Exercises and the other piece of it might fat. In this time. Pandemic Really became kind of creative approach to gathering
Tiger Woods hospitalized after rollover crash
"A major investigation underway this morning after Tiger Woods was severely injured in a rollover crash. NBC's Dan Shechtman fills us in, authorities say would suffered injuries to both legs and is in serious condition, the golfers agent said. He underwent surgery. All Digest reports. He was in California for a two day content shoot with the magazine after hosting an event over the weekend. And the golf legend did again suffer injuries to both legs was rushed to a nearby trauma center for surgery. Former President Obama and former President Trump joined a long list of celebrities, athletes and others in wishing Tiger a speedy recovery. Obama tweeted quote. If we've learned anything over the years, it's to never count Tiger out. We have not heard from the golf legend yet, but we do expect to within
Rapper Bobby Shmurda Released From Prison After Six Years
"In prison Once news time for 49 rapper Bobby sh murder has been released on parole after spending more than four years in jail for a drug gang conviction. 26 year Old Smyrna of Brooklyn, whose birth name is Akil Pollard was best known for hot boy that's a gritty song with rhymes about gunplay. Murder, was arrested in late 2014 after he left a recording studio near Radio City Music Hall Just days after he performed on Jimmy Kimmel Live. He and 15 Others were charged with several
Shailene Woodley confirms that she and Aaron Rodgers are engaged
"Its official green bay packers. Aaron rodgers is engaged to actress. Shailene woodley whom you might recognize from such works as the oc big little lies and perhaps most notably as charades player. Second from the left on hollywood game night. just make that The future mrs. aaron rodgers confessed to jimmy fallon. She knows next to nothing about football. Yes we are. We are engaged but for us. It's not new news. You know so. It's kind of funny. Everybody right now is freaking out over it and really. We've been engaged for while he's a wonderful incredible human being but i never thought i'd be engaged. Somebody threw never girls. When i grow up on to marry someone who who's rose balls a football fan. I yet to gain. And before i met him. I'd never seen one softball game before when we also like i knew he was a football guy but i didn't know like what kind of a football guy he was and i'm still constantly learning. I'm still like wow you know friends. You got to watch his youtube greatest. I was like i don't know about that. I know is like the nerd who wants to host jeopardy jeopardy. I love happens to also be very good at
Shailene Woodley Confirms Engagement With Aaron Rodgers
"Shaly. Woodley has confirmed her engagement to aaron rodgers. Let's just say she's not exactly the man of her dreams. It's kind of funny. Here's what she told. Jimmy fallon yes. We are engaged. We are engaged for us. It's not new news. You know so. It's kind of funny. Everybody right now is freaking out over it. And we're like we've been engaged for awhile. He's office a wonderful incredible human being. But i never thought i'd be engaged. Somebody who threw balls rarely when i grow up. I'm gonna marry someone who who throws balls okay cheese. That was a very first interview about the engagement. I i will take some balls thrown up. I'll take all that catching the balls. All those all probably thinks it's that she doesn't know much about football that she's not really into sports. Maybe he's sick of being gushed about all the time i don't know but it's kind of funny. How she like. She says she's never seen the game. She's never watched him. She's everyone watched football. She knows everybody keeps telling her apparently to watch youtube highlights how great he is and she's just like nah part of his life right. Sometimes it's better. I was dating a rapper at one time. Which is name but he was pretty big rapper. But i wasn't interested. Because i wasn't i didn't understand. I didn't know his music. I didn't understand. And i didn't even know you know what level he was at and all my friends were like you. Gotta listen listen to the music but you you have to get into your partners thing just to be able to experience first of all. Y'all i love that you guys are like. Oh she's engages is fine. she's a football player. The only thing i could have seen in the interview is how upset she lean was that he did say that they were engaged. Like show was trying to keep it on the hush for mill. Because she was a we're engaged like he honestly and we always talk about it. The tables turn how men try to hide being in a relationship with women. But i feel like prochet. She is like one of those private celebrities. Who doesn't want to be in the spotlight. And who doesn't want. Yes because the danika or he hasn't been you know away from his other girlfriend. That rodney timelines timelines at the time. So as far as we understand they confirmed danika and erin confirmed their break-up in july twenty twenty seven months ago but she leans like we've been engaged for a while so she says so. Mike did they engage after a month. The data thought t's though oh don't do that about shayla little question of putting the way she leads says it as far as like. I don't know why it's such a big deal with engaged for so long and almost seems like they've been together for year exactly exactly. My problem is and i'm sorry she leaned. I really wanna be down for this engagement. There's something about him and he only dates famous women. That scares me a little bit.
Shailene Woodley Just Confirmed She's Engaged to Aaron Rodgers
"Actress Shailene Woodley announced on the Jimmy Fallon Show last night that she's engaged to Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers are engaged. We are engaged, but for us is not new news, you know, so it's kind of funny. Everybody right now is freaking out over it and were like we've been engaged for a while, she says. The couple met during the pandemic, and then she joked, I never thought I'd be engaged to somebody who threw balls for a living.
Aaron Rodgers and Shailene Woodley are engaged, she confirms
"You guys good morning shelling Woodley confirming that she is engaged to one Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers. Look at this nice, she said on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. For us. It's not new news, so it's kind of funny. Everybody right now it's freaking out over it. Um she said, we're like, Yeah. We've been engaged for a while. She gushed about Aaron Rodgers. She called him a wonderful, incredible human being. And she said I never thought I'd be engaged to someone who threw balls for a living. She said. I never thought as a little girl. Yeah. When I grow up, I'm gonna marry someone who throws balls. Yeah, but he's really just so so
Aaron Rodgers and Shailene Woodley are engaged, she confirms
"Morning use Here's Brian D. Shayne Lee Woodley confirmed it on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. She is engaged to Aaron Rodgers. And that's awesome. Everybody deserves to find their partner in life. She doesn't seem to know too terribly much about football, his career or the Packers. She's never been the Green Bay. She's never even been to a football game, and that's all totally fine. She's happy. He's happy. They're happy. That's all that matters. That being said, I felt the need to get out of headless one because I've seen how this goes down before every bad throw Every interception. Every loss going forward will be met by some smart guy or girl tweeting at me or sending a message on the academic or grudge talking tax line there. Read something like this quote. He's distracted by his new fiance. You might think I'm kidding, but that happens all the time. It's an absolutely preposterous thought, but one that at least some portion of the Packers fan base seems to share your within your right to voice that opinion and I'm within my right that they get absolutely insane. My loved ones are enhancing presence is in my life. But his must be detracting presences in his Come on. It's just a lazy take that you're using to avoid blaming Aaron or the team or anybody actually involved with what happens on a football
Merrick Garland Confirmation Hearing For AG
"But today is all about Merrick Garland. He'll appear before the Senate to take questions from lawmakers for the position of attorney general. Most people know Merrick Garland's name because of something that didn't happen. Garland never got a hearing after President Obama nominated him to serve on the Supreme Court five years ago. Here's NPR justice correspondent Carrie Johnson. Merrick Garland has devoted nearly 45 years to the law. But he didn't start out that way is, he told Professor Martha Minnow at Harvard Law School in 2016. Why don't you go to law school in the first place? Chemistry, well chemistry and math. Garland had planned to become a doctor. He wanted to help people one on one, but his collision with the hard sciences spun him toward the law, where he's looked for that sort of direct connection ever since. In the mid 19 eighties. At his law firm in Washington, Garland became a rising star. He made time for a young college graduate who worked in the copy center to Randy Thompson says Garland reviewed one of his papers, photocopied it and rearrange the paragraphs. That was the beginning of In essence and becoming a riding coach. For me, it was just extraordinary experience and became my coach. Eventually, my mentor and 30 something years later, a friend. Eventually Garland Road, MMA reference for law school and has kept in touch ever since, Thompson says garlands Still a little old school still humble, still looking to help. The only thing that really has changed about him, And I guess me as well is the color of hair. I don't know, well respected judge as attorney general. Help get the department under the quagmire of partisan politics that many people think it devolved to under President Trump and Attorney General Bar That's Georgetown law professor Paul Butler. He says the DOJ has been reeling from political scandals and racing to confront the threat from homegrown extremists. Merrick Garland has faced both before. After clerking on the Supreme Court. Garland took a job as an advisor in President Jimmy Carter's Justice Department. In those years after Watergate, DOJ struggled to separate partisan influence from law enforcement and establish new boundaries for the FBI. Garland also played a bit part in some of the biggest investigations of that era from political corruption to national security that Garland says later turned into hit movies. American Hustle about the Abscam case. Argo about the ex filtration of hostages in Iran and the most important the miracle on ice. Which was about the Lake Placid Olympics, where I did work on the security for the Olympics By the 19 nineties, Garland was prosecuting a violent gang that terrorized people in a public housing project. And helping build a case against DC's mayor Marion Barry. On drug charges Back inside Justice Department headquarters, Garland became the man to see for the hardest problems. The car bomb exploded outside of a large federal building in downtown Oklahoma City, Garland would soon travel to the site of the most deadly domestic terror plot in American history. 168 people died in that bombing in Oklahoma. Former deputy Attorney General Jamie Go Relic remembers watching that day with Garland by her side, he basically said while watching Children being pulled out of the wreckage. That he had to go. He really wanted to go. We both had young Children at the time and What we saw on those screens was so affecting. Garland oversaw the search warrants protected the chain of evidence and insisted that reporters have access to court proceedings. We wanted somebody Who could make sure that the investigation was done by the book. And that any indictment was bulletproof. Prosecutors later convicted Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols for their role in that bombing. Former prosecutor Beth Wilkinson says Garland played an important role in other confrontations with extremists in those years, including a standoff with the heavily armed Montana free Men. One of the examples I can think of is sometimes and there were these stand downs where there would be, you know, arrest warrants for someone, or there would be some kind of controversy between people who were challenging the federal government. America's first instinct wasn't to go in and arrest everyone. It was to try and along with the FBI to see if there's a dispute could be resolved. Wilkinson says. The FBI went on to arrest those men later. She credited garlands, quick thinking and cool head that may have prevented a tragic outcome. Just about the only criticism Garland's nomination has drawn is in the area of civil rights. Garland is a moderate, so I don't see him as the bold and visionary leader or racial justice that some people were hoping for again. Georgetown law professor Paul Butler that he's not an ideologue is both discerning for people who want an attorney general. To meet this moment of national reckoning inspired by the movement for Black lives and the killing of George Floyd Butler says he thinks girls just from the White House long time civil rights advocate Wade Henderson says Garland is up to the task. But Henderson says it's a big one. The next attorney general, for example, has to do everything In his or her power to fight for voting rights. Police reform Criminal justice reform and LGBT Q equality. For the past 23 years, Garland has been a federal appeals court judge in that role, he doesn't have much of a chance to share his personal views. Carolyn Lerner, the chief mediator at the courthouse, says Garland took an early, an important lead to update policies that protect workers from sexual harassment and other misconduct. I think it's very clear that Judge Garland cares a lot about these issues, and he really wants employees to be happy and comfortable in the workplace, and when he was chief judge, he took his responsibility. To these employees very seriously, she says. Garland wants to continue another of his projects at the Justice Department tutoring sessions with a young public school student. This year. The judge is working with an 11 year old boy and his twin sister. Your mom is Andrea Tucker. He makes this so interactive for them and so much fun and they can't get enough of it. It's the kind of public service that Garland has always wanted to
New York Gov. Cuomo Lashes Out at Critics As Outcry Over Nursing Homes Grows
"It's criticism of new york state coronavirus response. That's irritated governor cuomo to the point of lashing out specifically criticism of how the governor's office has been counting the deaths of cove patients in nursing homes. So i asked jimmy veal kind to take me back in. Explain how this data error could lead the governor to reveal a less savory side of his personality a side of himself. he's managed to keep under wraps at least for the last few months it turns out this data error. It's tangled up in some policy decisions. The cuomo administration made about nursing homes way back at the beginning of the pandemic. You have to start in the first week of march where there were lots of unknowns. Far more was was not known them was known and governor cuomo had had just sort of his did over a slow glide shutdown of the state finally came to pass on on march twenty. It took him a while to make the decision. There is a week of sort of incremental closures. Different people debated whether or not he should have acted faster. But that's sort of was was decision point number one decision point number two was concerned about hospital capacity in certain that the fires it already spread pretty widely. More people are getting affected in governor. Cuomo talks time and time again about images that he saw from italy where hospitals were overrun where patients were outside on gurneys or stuffed into hallways and people were essentially being turned away and he said so often that that was his biggest fear so in that environment hospital. Executive talked to the governor's team in said we've traveled. We have patients who no longer need to be. Hospital is but they're sitting in our beds because we have no place the discharge them the normally would get discharged homes either. I kind of probably or for a long-term residents but the nursing homes were saying we're really scared. We don't want these covy positive patients and so you have this tension between nursing homes and hospitals and what new york state did was it. It basically listened to the concerns of hospitals so march twenty fifth the state health department issued a directive which said that a nursing home could not refuse to admit a patient which it would otherwise be able to care for solely on the basis of being positive for covid nineteen a nursing. Home operator said this was effectively in order to take these patients in some of immediately objected. They immediately said we're concerned. This is going to exacerbate the spread of covid nineteen facilities but the order stood. Was there evidence that it did exacerbate the spread in their facilities. Well this is where it gets tricky. We know that thousands of patients were transferred from hospital into nursing homes around the state retreat march twenty fifth and may ten when this health department directive was re modified rescinded revert. You can you can take your so. The question is did. The corona virus come to nursing homes the result of this in july. The state health department put out a report which looked at the data and it looked at the dates of death. The dates of first positive cases in nursing homes around the state. It's inclusion was that in most nursing homes. The first introduction of corona virus happens before any of these patients were transferred before the directive was issued on march twenty fifth. It was staffers bringing it in. They lead that. It was safran because the correlation because the infection rates in nursing homes correlated with the surrounding community right. Obviously a nursing. Home doesn't exist. In a bubble people work there. You know somewhere else to live. And the health department said this was actually the factor even though nursing home operators said from the beginning. Hey this order. It's not helping. It's only hurting and to this day. There are operators to say that they believe it contributed to the spread. If not in some instances was the primary ause of the spread. It's unclear even now whether this policy forcing nursing homes to take in covid positive patients affected newark's total death toll that's because of a pretty grim calculus. It's possible that additional deaths in nursing homes were actually offset because freeing hospital beds allowed more coronavirus patients to be treated what we do know now. At least is that cova deaths in nursing homes. Were not being tallied correctly. That's because of a patient became so sick. They were transferred back to a hospital. That death was counted as a hospital. Death making it nearly impossible to understand. Just how much. The virus was ravaging long term care facilities.
Pelicans Comeback From 24 Down To Beat Celtics
"We are steaming was you know, this had a you know, this was a check the boxes to her to win. It looked like for, you know, almost three-quarters Four Points 24-point lead them into just I mean, I don't know. Is it a loss of the year? Yeah, that's gotta be the worst year. I give it less so every that's what's up with this Sunday. I know I mean there was there was lost. You can definitely the Wizards was a lower point for sure. I'm just in terms of like but this was bad, but this was bad. This was bad for all the reasons that like, they're known to be bad like giving up those big leads not having a closer although Jason get a couple of big shots. But I mean man this was this was this was bad when everyone Utah Kemba Walker one game after my apology. I know Jimmy this is this an apology game
Interview With Bradley Kam
"We have a returning gas brian. Cameo from unstoppable domains and brad. Thanks for joining great. Thanks for Awesome awesome. so we've had you on before for those that maybe missed it. You can go to the reimagine twenty twenty youtube channel Up reimagined twenty two brought cameron and it will populate they're interesting story good stuff there You know for free that. Take a peek out. That i'm having back again. So hopefully we can shed some new light and get some updates in and see what's going on but bradey know what i noticed from. The last discussion is With quite get your journey like into blockchain I've done countless interviews now over the last four months and it'd be It's interesting you know. Love to hear your side and you found out in the rational and how you got into blockchain shore. So i i heard about it from the wired article in two thousand and eleven the rise and fall bitcoin which a lot of people probably heard him read and i remember thinking. Oh this is cool. And that i remember tossing the magazine aside and then nothing about it again. For a couple of years i moved out to san francisco in end of two thousand twelve december. Two thousand twelve to work on marketing tech startup. Six years working on that. But when i moved to san francisco. I moved into this hacker. House called twenty mission Right in the center of the mission district is crazy place a day. After i got there they were shooting horror. Fill there Just to give you kind of an idea of like what the building looks like They didn't need to change the scenery. It was ready to go for the film So there was like a clown getting murdered or something like that right outside my right outside. My door They eventually built it up a little bit. Got a little bit nicer but it was basically. I started by a early bitcoin supporter and essentially everybody. There was some sort of Some sort of a bitcoin enthusiast. The second bitcoin exchange was launched in the basement of the building Trade ill second. Bitcoin exchange in the us. bunch of early meet ups were in the building. The talk was giving talks in or courtyard before theorem. Live was basically everybody that i met when i moved to. San francisco was crypto person. Maybe three weeks. After i got there read the white paper You know maybe rented another couple of times just that first week thought it was one of the most amazing things i've ever heard was a little skeptical about whether or not this could actually work implementation. Wise i'm not ankle so i of needed to trust might eleborate friends. Essentially that this was like real from a tech perspective. They convinced me that it was and reading about it and think about it. Ever since i was more seven years ago. So how is living about pat. I don t twenty mission. It's not there anymore. I don't think right though. There is a lot of phases so a lot of a lot of those early folks in a lotta. Those early crypto folks are have since moved on But it was it was. It was pretty wild in the back in the day. I mean they were doing doing five hundred person. Y- parties with multiple. Dj's going until six am and stuff like that A lot of meet ups. It was amazing. I met so many. Jimmy's metallic was so he's to my. Cto is what was in a hacker house. I don't think he was. I think he might have been twenty mission as well but there was another one. A nearby and metallic was pitching a theory at that time Which kind of blew. Everybody's mind when he was trying to sell tokens and obviously my cto. Now wish he would have awesome. Yeah yes i didn't actually. I didn't get to talk to patel. Bear but it i did a. I was taking this class collection. You in south bay. And i think twenty fifteen and batali gave a talk Talking about a theory. And what. I heard it. It sounded like the most convoluted confusing thing ever. Everybody was like why. What's gas wise there. Gas is that different than ease. The token like it was just so confusing hours. Like is this really. Is this really going to work. It just seems so So bazaars i i didn't i didn't immediately get it. I don't think i'm probably took me another year. After the thing was was live when i started seeing some apps and then finally once i could see apps i was like okay now i get it now. This is a decentralized platform for apps
"jimmy" Discussed on The Corp
"No one can say anything. All right. Tell us where Tom Brady is going. ooh. We're not going to say it until May but you were with him. Go ahead. He told you. He told me that Cindy, right but we also. You air this we will not air till May. So you'll look like a genius like you knew and you can be like Jimmy obviously knew he was on the no. So he's going to the XFL. Hey. Wouldn't it? He hate me. Hate me drafted into the best. Clash Abascal hasn't during the the old school Xfo when they ran and try to die for the ball. What was the one that used to bounce office? Netting, and you have to catch the ball that was arena football arena football was electric. Crazy stats and Jimmy. I WanNa say from Dan and I and Barstool. We thank you so much. You're the best you guys. Rushing that. To me. Fair therapy therapy this would you let me just rip off a couple of other random questions we dropping out of college is a good idea no. Okay. Well I mean you look where you ended up. Yeah it's pretty pretty awesome. Now. I go to college. Okay. What makes? This one was funny because you. Know I didn't I graduate even go to yes. I did what makes a rod a bad guest. Fantastic. Question that we see there. I don't know if you realize what I did. Oh. Have you thought about doing Lebron hashtags for Lebron for the Hashtag game. Because Lebron has the best hashtags in the world like one of his last ones this is a full hashtag just my thoughts coming from Sports Junkie, regardless my own sport I play. Can't be a lot of people that'll follow you on twitter about a million and how many friends you actually have. Hank. Hank. Hang he's giving me the not rod. Although I, text him on Friday, not respond. I consider you my friend. Jimmy. Thank you so much. You're the best brand..
"jimmy" Discussed on The Corp
"But right now it is perfect. She is the perfect but she's like look at this it is. So look how hot it is. She's like you should rub it with oils and ligaments and. You have to look at it I. Remember the joke eyelashes you you have to look at her but through a hole in a paper plate. Just. How you look at it eclipse when a Grade School I remember. Oh. My God that was great team. That's awesome. She's like thanks. And I think at the time was like she was great but knows who she is I'm not sure if I throw her in like Oh she's taking over we can update I. What if we co hosted by Guy Girl? He's like they've done that before with. Dan Aykroyd Jane Curtain so I go. Let's try it. So we went to Conan O'Brien studio at the time over here where I am and we had a table setup and Tina I did a fake we can update we tried different sides of the desk. And the chemistry was there. It was right there and it was like it was like. It wasn't boyfriend girlfriend cameras. She was more like brother sister or like smart girl and like do feed do that like needs answers to the homework you know. That's kind of their dynamic and it was just fun and I remember like laughing and like support each other it was really great and We just we tried it and just took off and stay one like it worked. Your show the Jimmy Fallon show. My question is, do you still have guests? You get a little excited little nervous because you may not know him so well, but you're a big fan and then the follow up is, is there shown one out there or a few people that you're dying to have on your show but you've never had I was nervous having you on the first. Let me tell the story. Everyone listening to this podcast here I a big fan of Iraq for years and I was on probably late night I wanna say is when it or maybe us know when I first started seeing you yeah s no and then late night I, I think I made a couple of jokes about you. If I did I, take it was all in good fun. You're single at the time it was S. I would never say. All right look Jimmy. Go, the game and Lauren had these great seeds right behind home plate. Lauren have beer watched the and everyone would come out and I know that the team at this point you know and I think Maggie a little nod. That'd be very discreet pry Steinbrenner's price wave at the celebrities. Exactly. So no one. Yeah. But we learned get special training and you know because we're there all time we know everybody. So jira commanded would look anyway billy cleanse over me and give me a little not and then allies would come out I go. Rod. And he would just stare at me like. Like like like he wants to fight. And there was A. Cloth or whatever the net, the net the netting. Him. So I don't get it with the foul ball because my face is pretty and he would stare at me and swing as bad as artists. Good. What is? At. ME. Behind like what but then you would go up and you hit home run. So I think I was the reason for your great career yeah lecture. At least a few runs have you ever been back to the stadium as if fan you ever go and watch the game? Yeah. Last year early in the season I took the entire family we had gen and the four kids and it was it was awesome plus Jones from the Bronx I mean we're Yankee in a sweeter in the seat we were in a sweet, but then the kids are driving us crazy get down there. So we were right behind Lawrence seats did and we had six seats there and it was just Was Real. It was going to say I wanted to go with you. Would you ever go to a game? We should go this year we definitely should go you know. Orange. Threes a weird number to go. No, I think. I'd tickets. Magic also behind you guys. So all right wherever you tweet us from where you are. Yeah. Yeah. No variance. They'll be fine. I'll be in the bleachers. Fine stay home. Let us know you're having fun I wanNA. Make sure your I'll let you guys know I'm having fee safe I want you to be safe. We're going to get back to more Jimmy Fallon in a second but I want to talk to you guys quickly about our friends across country mortgage cross country mortgage is the best mortgage company in the world I, used to actually work in real estate mortgage is a scary word for a Lot of people, but it doesn't have to be when you use cross country March. Why?.
"jimmy" Discussed on The Corp
"Thing in the world cut to I never made that money every until you know Sarah live. You get excited and I was like Oh. This is amazing. So I went home that night I was. So happy my friends from my school came to see me and the comedy club and I still have it on videotape and I was just so nervous and. And I remember just like I I was on. I just thought it was the best I was going to be easy from then on out and I started just joining a bunch of talent comp contests and talent competitions and I think two more after that. I. Won another one and then it came in second to another one a girl play the piano amazing beat me her name's cheese Oh. I. Know you don't hear about it I don't know what her name was, but not always when the seven hundred dollars, but also won an MC job at the club in Poughkeepsie, and so at the time, it couldn't even drive driver's license. So my dad would drive me to the club every weekend MC. Welcome to the club also work on my act and introduce all these comedians and I, had like looking back Kevin James, I used to work with. Lewis Black was great and I got to meet all these COMEDIANS and see their act and it was cool. It was like a really interesting thing for a sixteen year old kid to do and I was there like every weekend just working at my act and try to add different jokes and you know a lot of it was bad. But it was still working a lot of pressure and getting out there I'm sure. Petition and Yanks Handle. Some of the jokes are so bad. But then I remember went off to college and what is in college I started adding more to the active musical impressions. So I had a guitar and you had to play guitar. So it ed musical impressions of the troll dolls at the end of my act. So I did celebrities at the beginning of my act Trodellos at the end. So that would be another piece of advice for communities have a beginning and have an aunt The middle, you'll figure out the middle. You gotTA. Have a closer It's good to have an. People. Get to know who you are and you gotTa have a closer that crushes right close right. So you've got close finish. Yeah. So so you do all this you obviously have this goal, your entire life getting on snl you finally get it when you do get it. was there a feeling of I've made it like I'm good or how quickly like all right I need to actually stick around and make this work and and and reached my next goal because I always we always talked to people and really successful people when they hit that first goal just makes him hunger for more I think at the time I was good. Yes. Is it man? Yeah. I remember taking a picture of the elevator to my audition of the second audition for Seo because I go. I might never come back in this building right? This is awesome and if I even if I don't get this I, tell my kids. Hey, once auditioned for Saturday night live pretty good right there you know. So I really do I had one of those disposable cameras that you know the the Kodak wants to. Put into CVS and then way from the comeback. And so I remember doing that audition. Then it was the most nerve wracking one yet you go into the room and go. Are you Jimmy Fallon who's Jimmy founding? Yeah Okay. Well, you're up next don't be nervous but just let you know Lauren doesn't really laugh you know talking about Lauren Michael Oh while lien laugh says it don't let that throw you because there's only like five people in the room you're at innate age which you've been maniac no audience just four people and they're they're beaming you to Burbank to California. So the president of the network and watch as well while it's a lot of pressure, right? Okay. So then Hey going to hair make them like makeup. I mean never put makeup Monica. Okay. Great. So I go into hair and makeup. Jimmy Fallon guy goes well good luck to hear me great. But just you know Lauren doesn't really laugh. I. That's Great. Thanks for the advisors so then I. Go in about to go on, they put a microphone on under your shirt and they put a clip on the top. So they can. With Mike Pack so they can hear you and he goes Jimmy only go. Yeah. This is great. Well, good luck to you. Remember I told you but born doesn't really lag here. What's the problem? He's in the wrong business. As problem. So it was I got on stage and I did kind of my troll act I didn't do the trick but changes until like a celebrity walk-a-thon whereas doing different celebrities walking. For charity and I did you know again Seinfeld and Travolta but I added at the end my closer I think was sandler and this is just at the time when Adam Sandler would just left the show these brand he was supposed to go on for one more season but he was getting really famous and so I had an impression of Sandler And I remember was going. To so good to be a you know. WHO Did it. A little bit and Lawrence laughing. Is it. We put his head in his hands. Why made Lorne Michaels laugh and that was that was arrested was like slow motion. Kind of walking out like, wow you just coming off the field. Goals. Like Lauren question because. I have so much admiration for him and I know he's been a big mentor and Supporter of yours. So, first of all, what has he meant in your career and one or two or three things that make him such a special businessmen so disciplined. he he's meant everything to me. I. Mean Honestly I've seen He seen me at my best and my craziest too I mean when you get famous, it's weird. You know one. Play list there's no something. There's no book that you can read. This has become famous. You do this and that and this, and that's like you think you like I remember at one point I said to my agent. So I said don't send me anymore movies whereas be funny. I. Don't want to be funny in a movie I only want to do westerns. They're like. I WanNa read. Any romantic comedies me I. Don't want to be anyone's boyfriend. The thing I only want to be don't even send it to me. I'm just pass I just WANNA DO WESTERNS and they go World living they don't make westerns anymore you. I guess. So I never got they never sent me anything but I was so dumb in my head thinking that would be my I always wanted to get shot a horse on the white I mean it's pretty cool. I agree I think it's cool. But. They weren't making those things at the time so like but I mean I was getting offer like you know meet the parents all the stuff, but it wasn't even reading the scripts. I don't WanNa do this out. Of Western. It's not if you if a horse. I'll. Consider it. And now I look back I'm like I was such punk I mean, what was he doing? But Laura Macau talk me. and. He just had a clear vision news just. I don't know if it was calmer than anyone. I've met and I, think if you have that like calm cool like it's going to be like, I already know what you should be doing another right moves is a discipline. I mean it just seems like he's a machine he's seen it I mean he's he's been a writer. He's been a performer and then he's been producer for all these years and not just Sarah live is produced. Kids in the hall is produced Standup Special Produced Thirty Rock. He's they're all different writers, different people, different producers. He's worked with thousands of people and knows their egos and he did a play on Broadway that tricky to pull a playoff. It's so much work, right? I remember. One time we did. Something fell off the wall painting. I want some Kruger's like. Lauren what are we? GonNa do painting. Off The wall was even get the walgreens and longest just put a sheet over. The sheet will work. Okay and they put fine no one worried about. So what about you breaking character on us and that would he get Makasi notoriously doesn't like that and I've read that you also were mad at your cell phone would happen but you also probably new after a few times like this. Genuinely funny because people love to see other people laugh wasn't even. That, I was laughing because laughing at the out really learned does not like that he frowns on it and and so I was actually I was I was embarrassed that I would do it but it was the first one that I laughed himself was cowbell. It was a sketch that will Ferrell wrote with Adam McKay and it was about blue stor. Colt. Don't feel. That song and it's like actually is cowboys in that song? Yeah. I think someone thought that was funny because they're kind of a heavy metal band to have a Cowbell and instrument and your classic songs like wait. Is there a cowbell and don't fear the reaper? So then we should do a whole sketch.
"jimmy" Discussed on The Corp
"You first go like interact with why been a big fan forever probably about fifteen years ago it was the first time I met him Probably. Visiting SNL or something like that. How we hosted SNL I haven't hosted I've been on a few times questioned by me. It's okay. What the Hell's Lorne michaels thinking. China. He he's a smart guy. How have you been on I've been on but like like five or six different skits okay. She's me. We would always do things with the Yankees preseason to have a little fun But yeah about four or five times how I'm a huge fan or maybe if it comes and goes depending on the cast but how when you were involved in that when you would do a skit how electric was it and is everyone basically like a mini Jimmy Fallon walking around being just the funniest Guy Yes. A lot of humor a lot of talent. Jimmy's just one of a kind that he's funny. But he's also like funny off camera. He's just a really sweet guy and I'm a huge fan would Michael's done there for the last thirty, five years it's been unbelievable but there is something really really special being onset on SNL. If you haven't done it, please get out to watch and bring your presidency with you. Yes. Absolutely. I also I think I mentioned this maybe. Beforehand to Jimmy before we started the show but So we take Jimmy Fallon again it was it was right before it was actually like the first time ever vividly remember people wearing mass and doing the pound instead of the handshake So it was right before corona virus it was like you know like early March we thought we were about to finish the season and then corona virus happened, but I mentioned Jimmy beforehand. My son who just turned one I started I bought his book Jimmy Fallon look the data books and his first word is data. So I had to give Jimmy Fallon shout out for that. I appreciate that he has great children's books that if you are new parents, go out and buy it very, very funny. But he that just kinda shows everything that Jimmy Fallon does he does everything. He's a man of many many talents. So a.
"jimmy" Discussed on Killer Knowledge
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"jimmy" Discussed on Andrea Savage: A Grown-Up Woman #buttholes
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Neum that's an oem dot com slash savage. That's new Ma N. O. O. M. dot com slash savage. All right. We're back here with Jimmy. Pardo Pardo right though. It's not you know Jimmy. Pardo aright the lose theme of Little Bit of this. Podcast is about a growing up. How we now people who are technically grownup. Sort of like. What does that mean? Were you scared to grow up? I don't think I did know this is the truth when my son was born. I remember I quit. I work for. Mci records again six digit paychecks. All right bragging at twenty two. Wow so left that to do this right so to make one hundred fifty bucks a week like left hanging on rockstars so so that really believed in yourself. That was risky stupid. Yeah I I basically traveled in my car where we stand up comedy Honky tonks and so on so I when my son was born I felt like well. Now I'm adult. I've never really done anything. Risky yeah and so I went and got a tattoo six weeks into my son being born. What is the Tattoo? I have a shark on this arm anchor on this arm. And what did those symbolize? I love sharks and died. Love anchors. Well then the anchor was because I saw my son as an anchor to keep me stable in this crazy stupid world that we live in but you were open minded about that. You weren't like Oh God now. I've got to change who I am. I think it was a little bit of a break like I want to get a tattoo. I was a little bit nervous breakdown. Okay I think that's unfair to people that have had real nervous brand new bit of Midlife crisis or whatever word is where you're just going Holy Shit. Yeah and then. Maybe a week later it was gone for that. It was like pan. I'm a dad now I I can barely get coke myself now. I gotTA in charge of this Little Guy And then that was going but yes otherwise. No I'm not. I'm not afraid although I did have since you brought it up. I did have a situation where it hit me that I may not be alive when my son turns fifty and that made me sob and I broke down and just like the idea of what enough to be able to see him. Grow UP FIFTIES GROWN UP. But you know what I mean by that I one hundred. I totally not no. I really had a realization today. That kind of bum me the F out Man. Yeah and then I got out of. I don't know if I get out of it to be honest with you. I think it's still kind of yeah back. I don't think that is one that just like goes by by but I think I you have those moments of like okay or like something where your child comes home with something? You're like this is. I need to pretend I really know what I'm talking and I'm the adult here is crazy because you're like. When did I become the person that everyone's coming back? Yeah Luckily Danielle. Who's also a clown? But she she knows how to handle these situations like she's really great that and I she tells me that I undersell by being a dad but luckily she knows what to do. And I do the best I can. Okay is there a moment that you can think of? Maybe you can't when your son came to you and you were like Oh fuck I don't I don't know I in years past. I would've probably called my parents and asked them out of hand all. Yeah that's the biggest one is he he got. He got bullied quite a bit this past year and it happened to him in Sixth Grade. Which was the same year that. I got bullied so but yet I don't know how to tell him. I did not know how to tell him what to do like you know. You can't tell them to just let it. Yeah and so. That was a lot of Jesus Christ I would. I would have maybe talked to my parents about this. I said well that's what he's doing. He's talking to his parents about it and you're supposed to have the answer. The answer hard one. That was a hard one and it was eventually I did settle on you know. Look here's the truth if this kid and there was a couple of them but there was one in particular as if it gets to the point where this kid is pushing your buttons and You Punch Him. You will not get in trouble from me. I am not saying. Punch him giving permission to punch him. But if if some point he pushes your buttons and upward views. All of your tools to stop him from doing that. Where if you go. Today's the day man. I can't take it and punch. Yeah if you get expelled. Whatever happens at school and then you come home and go down. I got expelled. You will not get in trouble cured and I think that gave him some competent stood like okay. My Dad's not going to be mad at me and told them L. She of course. She kind of agreed. She's like I have to say I agree with that because I think sometimes that now gives him license that gives him some trick in the back pocket if he needs to have it that's been sanctioned and to also know if the shit hits the fan and not one fucking kid school ever talks to you again you still have us right which ultimately. I've had to use that. You know what? I mean like honestly if all of this drama when kid girl draw stuff say this went from four to twelve ran. It's not going to say you lost all your friends. You know who you get to still come home to us right and your cousins and your grandparents and all of this and that's worst case scenario. Which isn't that bad of a scenario right. That's a great. I think that's a great thing to say especially as growing up different things out. Then you getting your head maybe you. It's like well. Why is this kid bullying my kid? Well maybe his home life sucks and I'll and then I feel bad for the kid when I don't WanNa feel bad for the good because he's making my kid's life hell I will say that is another thing that I say to my daughter. I go listen usually when somebody's acting like this that means they're unhappy on the inside and we don't know what's going on with them so let's try to take a moment to think about. Maybe what's making them? Act like this is. Maybe something else is happening where they're not feeling good about themselves. Maybe someone's not treating them well. Guess what I while that might be hard to understand at the moment when they're throwing food at you you know understanding storing food and because at home. Maybe he's getting hit around like you don't know so yeah yeah. It's rough rough so rough waters. It doesn't make it better. I want you to brag about something that you are particularly good at in your life. What is something that POPs to your mind when I go Jimmy? What are you great APP? Do you want the funny answer either. Way Well the thing that I'm really great out of this covers I could. I could guide a car automatic car. Wash like nobody's business. I'm able to line my tire up with that every single time. There's no I'm never getting the move your He steered left right. I'm able to get it right down the center. I feel like I'm ready to say all right. I'm very proud of my podcast. Yes but I am an Euler alluded to this earlier. I'm a great game show host. Yes you are. I am a great game show host and and I'm proud of that I love co hosting game shows. There are things I'm not good at in this business dammit. I'm great at that you are and I will vouch for that as you know complimenting you feels uncomfortable because it doesn't feel right you are and you should have a game show and it's what you're meant to be. Can I just one second Quebec team? The Brag I feel like when I go to the CAR WASH. They take my car and they lead it in more often than not. I will go to the automatic one to save forty minutes of my life. Oh this is the one where you drive yourself. Where do you even fine? Those I wanted to apply to more often because they wanted to take my daughter through because I thought she'd find it fun. I can tell you that Auburn up on them from the first few times founded a little scary. How old was he seventeen or he was. I don't know you're right four by my daughter's ten if she finds that scary she's such a pussy and this is something we need to talk to her. I would talk to her. It is how I talk here. Yeah but she loves the show. She's GonNa Listen. Never been able to see her. Hear anything I've ever done right. It's offensive enough pudding what you do exactly now something that you think that you'd like to work on the other side to work on. Yeah something that and it could be funny. It could be something serious here. Look this is a silly answer. Yeah but I often bragged. There's nothing I love more than fantasy baseball and I'm horrible at I'm not good. I don't win okay but I love it and if I don't know I used to win but I don't anymore what's happened. Deboer you used to have to look at status got. I've already don't care right. I'm literally you started and I was like everything in my body just went. Don't care I know and I knew that you don't care Jimmy. Thank you so much for coming and doing our podcast. It is a delight to see you. And is there anything you would like to plug? Just my podcast. I feel like we've done that a lot. I think so too and then you can follow me on twitter like anybody else step up. I'll let you know where I stand politically with the occasional joke. Thank you for giving us a heads up real heat. Hey couldn't hurt. You'd have some more jokes on. They're not just turn on our President Fair enough nope fair enough but thanks for coming closer by.
"jimmy" Discussed on Andrea Savage: A Grown-Up Woman #buttholes
"I I just say the moment Tories because the moment she walked into the House you've had questions thoughts. Oh it's cold. Do you have coke zero? You're making fake phone calls. You asked if we had Straw. He's going to end is what I'm trying to do. I'll let you know we've had much more important people here who've nothing on what Trig asshole did and then he came into. Do you have straws. Do you have folks? Like it was a whole fucking. Let me turn that Air Branford. Jimmy you were a couple of minutes late right are we. Starting is it. Yes come on your fucking podcast. Welcome to the program. We've already done that well. I don't know that I I've been ordered to come into a glass room. Yeah and I don't know what's happening and I did your podcast a couple days ago right. You're the third time you're welcome. Thank you thank you by the way you know and it hurts me. I hate him. I love doing your podcast. It's one of if not my favorite podcast thank you. I don't know anybody that doesn't enjoy you do. Oh who doesn't enjoy process so many people you have to know that while. I know you're doing a bit part of me. Thinks somebody and they would be out of their mind Honored when they are asked to do my podcast contrary to variety magazine. I started. I'm one of the people started podcasting. Oh not the current crop of people. I'll tell you what you are called what is happening. I'M LISTENING TO UTAH. I know but what's happening in your audio podcast. Needs to know what I'm doing. Those those go over the years yours by the way. I know I've been on your password spent. I've spent a good two minutes trying to figure out. So why are you coming on my ass about it? Because that's what you're here for. Now we can tell you something you're going to propel riser. Paul Reiser came. I never not funny. The one of the people not a fan of anybody he spent most of it with the fewest like this and I went for the people listening. One of my earpieces is facing out. So that you're not hearing anything. It's just a piece of plastic. It gets here so Paul. Did the first half hour with the headphones like this and I finally went. I notice that I thought it was quite in there. I can't wait. How do you wear these things I go? You turn it like this. And he's like. Oh yeah much better but you're a kazillionaire you. How do you know how to use headphones? A young man old man either. He's he's very hip very happening. But I love Paul Riser. I'm not going to get an argument about how hip or happy risers with. Let's not suggest he's not with it. I'm not saying Seinfeld. Driving around in a jalopy racing and Jay Leno Up Enough Burbank Boulevard. All right right gets it. I Played Rob Risers love interest on something names Paul. So set that may you combined. Rob Reiner Paul Reiser. How talented that. By the way that person I really talented and funny I would make them my only podcast. Guess I wouldn't go out in public with anybody but that person the Combo of Rob Riser. You don't spend time with Rob Reiner. I also had a friend whose name was rob riser. Back in the day you couldn't say day good. Lord. I've never hated you more. I love you every second year awake can I James? I'm positive can I a couple of things people don't just say you're one of the first pocket they call you one of the pioneer? Do of podcasting. Because I do a little research. I've done research for everyone who comes in. Okay not that much interesting stuff on you Jimmy so I hope you bring something. Wow okay yeah. That's how we do it. I didn't know you and that's how you talked. What if that would be like? Wh WHY would somebody put up with this like well? This is the thing and you're similar. I think to me if I'm really nice to you know that I'm I'm not going to say I dislike you but I just. I don't really care sums up your my biggest show of affection is to be horribly mean. I know that's not probably conducive to successful relationships or friendships. But that is how I show my love. Okay say enjoy your. Don't know you can't even say that with a God damn straight face was about to to yell at me. No but your your your lips were already quivering connived. Tell you I'm going to tell you one positive thing when you walked into my house the way the light was hitting your face. Your is a pop pop. I I will say this about my oddly shaped head I have. I hate myself. I understand that I have for you. I have I was at the I was at. This is a dumb thing. Say was that but I was at the Ronnie James Dio Hologram concert words. You know them separately maybe but It was at the Wilton and old rocker chick. That's the best way to describe. This woman was Whose probably was on the sunset strip at the height of the eighties. Glam metal days. She was behind the bar and I went up to get buy popcorn and Diet Soda. 'cause I don't drink. Yes and she said. Oh God what was the word she used? You have do me is or something like that and I said it wasn't do me but basically sounds negative. Do you have it what it was like like. She wanted to have sex with wishing he's getting. It had me sorry. Not at the end of days is coming. But she didn't say here is she? She's not the apocalypse is not near is no it wasn't it was it was coming. It was words. I've never heard of no. None of this is helpful. I think it's fun. You overuse joke you may WanNa Google the word fun Look that up for you on the word fun. She did. Tell me ahead of time. I couldn't feel free to look stuff up. We'll start with fun and see. Her face is anywhere near it anyway. This woman who's been around. She saw my eyes and wanted it Again I the one who just I do. Think you have Gorgeous Ryan and the way the light hit. I'm not sure this eighties rocker chick. Is that discerning? It sounds like she has fucked her way through the decade to care for the language I think she made love to those rockers. I think in my single days I would have had sex behind a dumpster at the Wilton. There's no question my mind that would have been enough to get to get me. You've got is you've got to now. I'M GONNA put my Dick in. You will get no no wipe. She's got one. No you are going to have sex with her because she said that you said when I was twenty six what age audit I said by younger days. Okay and my head trying to think what I started this date Danielle. I need to know that because I have some questions. I sort of duty. Danielle in one thousand nine hundred twenty one years. Okay so how old were you? Okay wait what did I say? Nine hundred ninety eight when reborn thirty to thirty to thirty two years old. Okay so got it because when I did your podcast the other day you we discussed that you might have a child that you don't know about ler maybe more from when you just splattered your way across this country. Yeah I don't know if I split it as often as you made it sound. Djokovic is okay but but I do know that there were. There were some activities on the road. That where I mistakenly was not protected so it would be as surprising as not surprising right to possibly have a child out there. I WanNa hear about like your twenty six year old. What are you wearing it that day now? I know that I read something that you had some jeans at some point. Why would that be something you read? Listen I do. Oh yeah there's the there's the Oh there's the worst headshot in history what. How old are you there? Twenty three twenty four. Okay okay. We all had mullets. Don't make fun of the hair. I know I'm not going to make all had that we all we all have every man had that here every man every man. I had had that this hair I did. I was much younger. Talk about you getting laid. But now I'm thinking that probably didn't have no no it did. That's that's crazy lazing part make movies about the eighty s about important things that have happened. I feel like someone needs to make a movie about the fact that men had that hair and the population split continue. Then look at the look at the women's during that time that also when you look back photographs it's ridiculous like if you watch the goldbergs or if you see videos that hair is like and we didn't think anything of it like you. Just go along with the times and it's like we weren't hippies anymore. This was this to us. This was cooler than hippies. When if you think about it hippie hair is fantastic here and this is awful. I mean the fact that the human population didn't just stop at your nineteen eighty-four no is shocking. Everybody was coked up and banging drug personnel. Not Once I've never done drugs in my life me neither nothing I've smoked. I have not okay I know. That's not a drought. It's a plant man. I get it but I tell you what I don't get is what I just said to see what I'm going to characters. Not Six year old like really feeling himself. I'm in a mullet. I read online that you wore jordache jeans and some Mesh shirts. This is something about you online did you. Did you not enjoy your horse? Yeah we all did. I didn't know men had Jordache. Gee We were Jordache. We were what was it. There was another brand that What was the fit of a male Jordache on out a gentleman? Blake me fantastic. I just go along with something. You don't have to throw the wet blanket on every Goddamn just laugh at joy something. Okay fine because you let you let.
"jimmy" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter
"He's making me laugh. I'm making him laugh. And Sweeney and and and I become friends with Todd Lebanon and the Writers and Glory Comartin and Josh Kilmer here. Yeah I loved coming here. Yeah the only person I never really clicked with was will becton and I never really elite clicked actually was always the cameraman you mean this finks real was the cameraman and editor of the part of patrol would use the restaurants and so I got two wills engineering this again yes dials and got it all right yeah I oh and one hundred percent with you because it's like the show is the show and it's fun and at this point it's kind of fall off the log in and I enjoyed doing it and I make a nice living but if I didn't like these people right I wouldn't be here right I wouldn't still be here after all these years but it's just the night it's a really really really nice place to work that Jennifer samples who's in the room with us as well she was witnessed what I walk in and here's cameramen hugging me and and the Security Guy Jim Jim is like Mr Potter and not that I always liked about Kony world it's never show-bizzy bullshitting now I think because most people came from New York Yep and then became part of Hollywood also too and I've seen this elsewhere even if you are show-bizzy bullshitting when you come into a genuine place you gotTa Fuckin- conforming to conform you gotta be you can't fucking phony because you just nobody puts up with it. It's like when we're done here. I'm going to go up to the writers floor I'm GonNa make my rounds and play some grass and yeah and CBS Gordon out in a few minutes. Jim Hugged me but he knows the rules. You're you're you're passing expires. I'll give you seven minutes gathering my box my belongings the day when I left here. She's yeah and yeah. You wrote away on a leaf down a stream whom I five. Yeah a little bit of that mouse. It is yeah. I misspell the word earlier. And I'm going to be in my head about the rest of my life and boy. That's second week on Wednesday. Jesus Jesus ruined my weekend which you plans for future. Jim Eight Jim Jim. You've got some plants. Yeah listen second in question were you going. You don't get a new web series. I didn't know you got a new web series called Jimmy's records and tapes. Okay oh I do know that I do know that. Yeah Yeah where her. Because you have an encyclopedic knowledge of music film. People don't care about an era it is you've nailed it is that and but it is a deep a deep interest to people to whom it is an interest and there are people. Yes you'll love it you know and and you'll love well. I mean I'm sitting in front of the biggest one people. Just we'll talk all day about Eric Carmen. Besides you know you bring up Eric. Carman that guy is a few few with our van Zandt Stevenson. Yeah Yeah I think my friend Chris. Regan is also fighting I haven't seen it but I've heard it's news locker. Its nose locker having the real fight with them. Steve Van Zandt tried to come into the. We're eight. Nobody's fighting anybody. They're fighting so they're fighting anyway just so I can get this out every every week. Jewish records the tape. Is I start. I do a different year. Yeah we started in nineteen seventy five and I talk about an album and I go into a little bit about the album. But it's more about how that album had an impact on my life. Yeah for instance. This week is nine hundred seventy nine and I talked about the neck. Yeah and again I talk about a little bit about the neck but it's more about how it's the first time I got the second base with a girl Aw and so the stories about that and just or like me about Chicago and I was born to my dad and my mom and and so it's it's that yeah and you can get that at youtube dot com slash. Never not funny and ten minutes. Yeah and you know. It's not never not funny. It's not this it's not. It's not just riffing roofing more scripted than their usually do and yeah he's on my side that whenever scripted. I'm I'm at my best I like it. It's a little something different and I like it and it's speaks to exactly what you just said. It is a an era of time and the era music. That is very specific. But if you like my stories you don't you don't care about the neck. Yes it's about the human engagement absolutely. Yeah well I will actually check it out. I and that's not the sort of thing that I do. I will people that I. I've heard that from people that are like I'm not a big podcast guy but I enjoy this. Yeah in fact you're you're stage manager Steve Hollander. Yeah texted me. And he said I'm loving records tapes. It's like you're just talking about your. Yeah yeah that's what. I'm doing great with the excuse of the album. Yes as the launchpad. Well I'm sure that also to to ensure that you can relate to something that I've been finding as I am you know sliding into my dotage is that I don't give a fuck. I WanNa do things that I like do us was I just for me. It's now about whatever I'm doing. Am I enjoying myself during the time that I'm doing it you know unless yes. It's got a nice cheque attached. That's that's you know I'll do. I'll do anything auto games for check. I've seen boy I ever. You're damn vigorously you know. That's what this is podcasting. Should be that when I hear now that him doing a pilot for a podcast that Blah network like doing a pilot the F.. Are you talking about. Yeah no I know. I'm the first guy in so the idea of a pilot described cry and say here. I hear things like where I I. I'm not exactly sure the detail some low the say the people one of the funniest Janis people we know just worked up a pilot for a scripted podcast and got turned down. Fu on this is this is truly one of the funniest people we know and we know a lot of funny people. I know seven. Sounds like this guy or this woman yes and and I I that just blows my fucking. Here's the beauty of podcasting. Then do it yourself. Yeah right you don't need it you don't here's the big secret bug as you don't need a network. I know I know the DAX. Shepard is a perfect example of that he just like has the Namus townies fan but still but honestly and he's a friend of mine so I mean You know he's a lovely person. He's a talented guys. An interesting guys good talker. And he's like I'm going to do this and he just doesn't himself right through soon organization. I had to get some. I can't do. I wouldn't do all this shit myself. I can barely fucking get the dishes done by myself and again. I'm going to do this thing and bang. Bang Zoom it just takes off and at and and that's not just because he's famous you know. I mean he could have done a really boring because he's famous ads. Let's not Les Mis absolutely but You gotta follow through any follows through and he lives so it's like yeah you can do that and you can. Also you don't need any we sort of you know any sort of structure around you don't need the structure but you could ask. The back end is for for advertising. Of course of course. And if it's it's like you were you like the just showing up and talking and you've got a will becton Jennifer sample putting it together for you. Then you need that. Yeah and so. That's where a network work is good for you. Yeah yeah so I'm not putting down networks network. Yeah Yeah I'm on the same network. Yeah here Wolf. Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah. I'm not part of the team Coco though because you know I left in two thousand fifteen no your day Sony that story I actually had to tell them the powers that be that Don Pardo Dole was coming into say nobody caught on damage dead. It doesn't matter they don't they're not details on your head of their own heroin. O'Brien I got a so. Don't worry about all about yeah no in fact if they found out I let you in the building. She's so I shouldn't go to the second floor that they're all cowards safe. They're all cowards. You could go right up to CONAN's face it and be like hey buddy and he. He wouldn't call. He'll do anything. Oh he'll have security chase you but you'll already be off the lot you know. And it'll just make him feel good all right okay. I'll give him a through. I right Jim. Okay Pal. Courtesy third question. Oh yeah yeah you got it got. Yeah so that was the third. No the second was where you going. Or what three then third. It's what have you learned from this no from your life. I mean you. We have a big philosophy. What you like you know what the one thing I will say is be true to yourself? I know that Cliche Nia guy and I told you about who was himself as an open mic then changed aims to try to conform and then finally found himself again. Yeah Yeah I would say that across the and I say to my son Dan. Don't worry about those two idiots right that are making fun of you. Focus on the people that care be true to yourself. Don't yet form so that those two like you or in comedy. Who cares about the table? That's not lapping. Although we all are drawn to it's all we look we're all drawn to that if there's a face in the crowd that's not laughing at smy Guy Zeroed in on me. Because I'm in the moment is a standup i. I then try to win. That Guy Opo of the four hundred ninety nine other people that are loving you. Yes yes so did that. I know it's I know it's it's a you. You know a a pillow stitching pillow honestly. But it's true. Stay true to who you are. Do you find that you are you able to do that. In your personal life with your friends and then with your family and your loved ones to yes. Yeah yeah for better or worse. Yeah you know yeah but Now does that compromise compromise reminds you know like if you're in that way. Is that something you come. No no I've compromised a lot in my life still have the need to make people happy and me. I don't want anybody ever mad at me. I know but Even when I am I am in situations now. where I'm like? I'm being taken advantage antigen. I'm going to speak up for myself and no one hundred percent I in the right and I and the way that I stick up for myself is polite light and within reason and respectful. It's still burns a fucking hole through my stomach for two days because I might have upset some hundred percent. Yeah it Burs Bartholomeusz move to lead up to it then. I finally have the courage to do it in the kindest politest way and then two days. I'm worried about deck okay. Yeah Talk to Danielle my wife. I said this yeah well that sounds great. Okay but but couldn't it be taken this way because you said like that. Yeah although I do have the capability elevated yell at a Jimmy Pardo would say hey. You can't swear you know or it ruined my weekend are also quite seriously. I do have the ability now how to say no or to like hey no fucked out. It's right and especially around here. I find in producing comedy. I don't take a lot of time to hold someone's hand and go like this is a really great idea but I really think that it might. It's just like it's not working. Yeah you gotta get over it. Yeah Yeah and then so it's more compartmentalized where in that kind of thing. I will occasionally be a little too blunt about stuff or I'll say something talk about a bit in front of the person that wrote it without realizing. That's the person how you like. Oh sorry buddy you know yeah. I didn't realize that was your baby that I was calling idiot but yeah but I agree. You know GotTa be yourself. That's it yeah. I mean you'd be lousy being anybody else who lyle wagoner who. They'll you're going to be again. He's got a Winnebago business. Sorry wagons it is true right they trailer trailer trailer business Nobody anybody that knows who allow Wagner is knows this listen to this is going to know. Oh Yeah he star Wang you brought them up even if in your Lincoln fucking Nebraska you know Oh yeah star Wiggins so thank you for having me. Listen this is really like. I said it's to borrow a apart. It's been a joy thank you. It's been a joy it's been takeover finally asking me.
"jimmy" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard
"Jimmy Jimmy was really starting to come into his own as a manager in terms of his presentation. He's wearing colorful jackets. Usually different wants for every guy he manages he's talking through a megaphone. He's getting lots of gimmicks here. Did you ever hear from Jimmy about you. Know the wardrobe changes or the megaphone phone. And and how this all came to be part of his act presentation because there are Kinda even to this day we think of Jimmy Hart crazy jacket and you think of the megaphone. The credit he goes Jimmy Hart in that regard because Jimi was the guy that looked at okay. If I'm going to be managing the Hart Foundation I need to have have a look for the Hart Foundation. I'm going to be managed Greg the Hammer Valentine again part themed then I need to have my own Valentine on deal I'm going to be of Dino Bravo I need to have the Florida lace all over The nasty boys all go all nasty. Get up whatever it was. That was Jimmy Hart Jimmy wanted and even his teams or his individuals all to have unique persona and for him not to just be Jimmy. Hart the same for all of them that Jimmy could be a chameleon and be a manager just for that guy or just for that team in that particular situation and that's what made Jimmy Different. He he would become a part of whoever it was that he was managing. Let's let's talk about the Honky. tonk man he comes into the WWF. As a baby face he's a friend of Hulk Hogan's least in storyline very quickly turned heel and put with Jimmy. I understand understand why they would put him with Jimmy that I guess make sense but let's talk briefly about Honky tonk man. Why do you think turned him so quickly? 'CAUSE wasn't getting over does it was as simple as that. They think in Vincent saw Honky Tonk man as this huge baby face. That was coming in Hogan's buddy so instantly it'd be a baby face. Everyone love them. All Contol angry I am very but it was so over the top and in a very arrogant way the audience puked him up and and they had no choice but to turn it. Or there's three or four things I can say they're Let's talk about Jimmy in Memphis. He managed manage honky and Kevin Sullivan their attack team. But he's not the first pick for Vince. McMahon's manager of choice for Honky tonk man. Apparently Mr Fuji of hockey didn't want that. So they put him with Jimmy instead. How different would the heart care with fucking Mr Fuji Honky? tonk man. Yes he gonNa do the shake rattle. Roll you yeah that would have been the Jerusalem sheets. That's the worst mischief ridge impression. I've ever heard thank you very much. June second nice eighty. Seven hockey would beat the Ricky the dragon steamboat the intercontinental title. And there's this big infatuation with Butch Reed lately that I guess people just not coming coming around to realize that Butch Reed invented net flicks and actually butch was a big part of Apple Computer's. I didn't yeah there. Were stay jobs. The other guy butchery and it was it was a threesome and uh butch was going to be the silent partner. When he went to Florida where he got over like a motherfucker and and he said you know what guys? I've got enough money. I've got an idea for this whole Netflix. Thing you guys go ahead and take. He didn't need time. Lower like a motherfucker floor. I don't know that you saw this but over the holidays Bush read because he's still with us as well I should it'd be celebrated he. He recently visited for the holiday the Virgin Islands and now they're just the Allen's Anyway let's get to. Oh yeah I read that too. I believe I mean with all that money. He's got I mean. I don't know that you know that. But he helped broker the deal for Vince McMahon to get the XFL back on TV. Of course you probably at the meeting you know So Ricky's supposed to lose the intercontinental continental title here to Butch Reed but butchery was busy inventing Netflix that day So he no showed Knowing that you know his fortune was right around the corner so they needed someone to beat Ricky and take the belt off of it because ricky needed time off supposedly hulk convince are talking about it in the hallway and Hawks Bah and supposedly hoax at what about him. And that's the legend of how the greatest intercontinental champion of all time came to be. How much of that? The believe is consumer in any window. I think it's probably fifty percent as like there may be some portions that the motive actually actually happened but it probably has grown into a bigger story than it actually was well. We know that Hawk is going to go on to be the greatest intercontinental champion of all time. let's keep all gone baby all time hockey starts doing a feud with The Macho Man Randy Savage Bridge which is what effectively turns rainy baby face and Jimmy said that one Tom Haughey did or a dance in front of Lisbeth and sent Randy off and hockey tried to explain. It was just Elvis type dance move and that caused some problems between them and because of that hockey refused to drop the title to Randy. Now this is all all new wrinkles stuff. I hadn't heard before that supposedly there was a real life situation because honky was doing some sort of Elvis impression dance and gas S. Randy thought he's trying to get with Elizabeth in real life. I'd never heard this before as your this before. No I and we just before. Jimmy says that Eventually he would be the one who helped get randy into the company. That's worth a rewind. Randy's Randy's working in Memphis Jimmy. Gets a hold of him tells him. Vince really wants them in the company and Randy and Jimmy meet the next day. Jimmy gives him George Scott's number and the rest is history. Talk to US shirt doctors. A little bit about your recollection because I know that story has been retold alive but savage was a little paranoid. And we've talked about that here on the show but even about this call coming in right. Well Yeah but yes and no it was randy could be very suspicious and just not very trustworthy of anybody so randy you know looking Kennedy thing. I don't WanNa be butt of a joke. And if somebody's ribbon him you know Randy and Jimmy Har Come. I'm an because they had both been in Memphis at the same time Radius told me that Jimmy came tomb basically for whatever reason Zain Randy took it as the Gospel in they got together but it was Jimmy. Hart who vouched for Randy savage having worked with him for only a little bit in Memphis And then is I say you know the rest is history and got to take the chance on the Macho Man Randy. Take the chance on this and got everybody together in the Risto Hung. Yeah forget I need my two listing omits on my boots and my ass wrestlemainia. Three Jimmy's involved volved in three matches at the show. His first appearance with adorable Adrian Donald. WHO's taking on Roddy Piper? Then comes the six man with heart. Foundation Danny Davis on one inside versus the bulldogs and Tito Santana on the other. The third appearance on the show hockey talk and jake the Snake Roberts of course shake Alice Cooper in his corner and after the match match. Jimmy's left alone in the ring. Robertson Cooper team up to scare him with a pet snake Damien. Pretty Primetime moment here for Jimmy and biggest just wrestling card of all time. Jimmy's not on at once. He's on it three times. Not a bad gig three times and probably worth about seventy five percent of a payoff in nineteen eighty seven. Jimmy would manage the WWF. Women's tag team champions Judy Martin and Leilani Johny Konno's the glamour girls and They're most famously GONNA feud with Japanese team that has gone to become an internet wrestling. Legend the jumping bomb angels these women's tag titles when these days don't get talked about a lot. What's your favorite women's tag team championship match from? Nineteen ninety seven it was. It was a lot of Boston Gardens at time. Over the summer. Walls were sweating. They do so fucking hot. Eighty seven in a year for Jimmy. As I mean we couldn't have landed out any plainer. he wins pro wrestling illustrated's manager of the year as he should have. Did you guys in the office. I mean this is like something what I kept up with anybody else. Keep up with anything from pro wrestling illustrated or what was the relationship like with the quote. UNQUOTE APTER MAGS. There wasn't on because WWF had their own magazine so the concentration was put on their own periodical. And just making that All that it could be The rest of it. Yeah they were out there but it wasn't. It wasn't taken seriously all that was was made up or should anyway so at least have our own mate uproar shit line what are you saying was made up the wrestler and inside wrestling Illustrate Oh straight. I'm telling Ya not hurts but you know. Remember when they had the picture phone interviews those real interviews yeah. They weren't what. What does that mean? They had a guy in Memphis interviewing jerry. lawler in another guy in Los Angeles interviewing Dr Jerry Graham. They weren't on a picture phone man that didn't even speak. Oh Fuck Wrestlemania four. Let's fast forward. Jimmy would receive even haircut from British. The Barber beefcake after interview interfering rather in the Intercontinental Championship match between beefcake and hockey and he helps hockey retain the title by getting getting the queued later in the year the ratio brothers turned heel and they are then renamed the fabulous resume brothers and given Jimmy as their manager. And the Hart Foundation would fire Jimmy as a manager and then turn baby face and late eighty eight and then Jimmy would manage the ratio brothers to feud with his former team and the angle was the heart seal retained managerial rights to his former team and he gave a portion of that to the ratios Which is sort interesting? Why is it decided in this era to turn the Har- foundation into baby faces chart something noon? Fill the late had a little bit of a a baby face change to them already. It was specially at that time with the rouges who you thank God too good looking young guys. It'd be perfect baby faces but the American audiences just did not care for the Rubio's and putting Jimmy with them and then doing them. We're all American boys. Which Jimmy Hart wrote in Jimmy Hart recorded with Rouge's doing the vocals for it got so much heat because now you were saying how I think that the American audience audience saw the show they were foreigners dammit gladys in fucking day four for Milo Montreal's gotta be some country far far probably Russia just sway the Review let's let's make them all American boys. Okay so are slim eighty-eight Jimmy going to accompany demolition. and Mr Fuji Pertain. The tag titles against the harmonization acts would use Hart's Megaphone as a foreign object hit brad hard the head with it for the win. I should mention agents mentioned the top. Show that Jimmy actually wrote the Rubio's theme music which is a very memorable entrance song. Some say one of the best in history chat me Bruce. Do you have a A a little bit any of the saying the fabulous ratio theme song. Jimmy Hart Style Force.
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"Hitman. ICEMAN ICEMAN said HOFFA's body was putting a fifty five gallon drum and set on fire for a half an hour or so. The newsroom was welded shut buried. You didn't junkyard. And the drum was supposedly later dug up But a they put it not sure what they're talking about the body or the whole drama and then they smashed it. They put it in a car and they smashed into the compressor and the ship that that Japan for scrap and then we put in a rocket ship shot the entire body and they burned it for thirty men. Trying to seal into there followed a very strict recipe. Well we sous vide it in this guy xactly right so mythbusters did Jimmy Jimmy Hoffa special where they scan the ground at giants stadium with a radar to see if there were human remains under it and this was confirmed later when they tore down the stadium and look physically underneath and despite all that idiots from New Jersey still make dig here signs take them to the the new real and there can proud of it to the top Reverend's Quality Oak Tag Agam crushing this Joe CBS. I couldn't think of an acronym but I'm sure but isn't that the wrong sadie. Not right like I feel like did get dude died in Detroit. Maybe his body is somewhere in the Greater Detroit area. No but don't hate on this New Jersey's entire tourism economies clearly based on dead body to work. What else do they have? Here's another complete sleep misquote. Police took samples from the ground under a suburban Detroit driveway at least during the day after continuing after a person reported reported having witnessed the burial of body there around the time of Hoffa's nineteen seventy-five disappearance tests by Michigan State University anthropologist. This found no evidence of human remains. I love this guy. He's like he sees the damn body being buried these address. Nothing and then later that could be hop might might WANNA check also look mythbusters out a metal detector and some guy at Michigan state grabbed of dirt spontaneous combustion in another gangster said. They basically played the shell. Game with HOFFA's corpse. Tony's really said that he was buried in a shallow grave and they had planned to move him around bit but those plans deteriorated like a corpse in a shallow grave. He said that the location of the grave was near a field near the restaurant where Hoffa went missing in two thousand thirteen. Police dug up the area that he indicated and found nothing but the case remains open well to be fair. If the area indicated was just Detroit -TROIT's in general the police would have otherwise decoys the finally Michael Frenzy The New York mob boss claim to know. Oh where Hoffa was in an interview with a Youtube Channel. He said that he knew who the killer was to. His claim is that the commission the five mafia bosses in New York. Doc controlled organized crime across the country ordered it. He said quote. I can tell you the bodies very wet Kennedy and and the shooter is still alive today but currently in prison okay boomer okay but why would all those mobsters go to jail Douai for asking Jimmy the Sphinx Komeito wherever the fuck that is we could get answers answer to this shit. That isn't in the form of a fucking riddle the FBI did release a pretty obvious statement in the form of fifty six page memo in the Detroit. Free Press side note. Is there a page limit at which memo is no longer think novella. They don't speculate late on any of the information or facts regarding the disappearance itself but do speculate on the motive in it. They claim quote Hoffa was murdered at the behest of organized. Crime Crime figures who regarded his efforts to regain power within the teamsters as a threat to their control of the Union's pension fund end quote also murderers bad double space doubles as of Orange. We're the I think. The main main gist of this is that there were certain people who knew what happened to Hoffa and where the corpse was but they never said anything about it to anyone or if they did they were already recognized liars in so no one believed him so hard to find an honest mob murderer. These yeah can't trust them they should unionize. The one thing that isn't mentioned in the article is but it's pretty evident is the shit that this guy and other corrupt union officials pulled fueled Union Nyan distrust in the United Conservatives on both sides of the aisle back then latched onto the crop narrative and use this to discredit unions and help weaken them significantly. Only I know there are a lot of other factors involved in the decline of unions. But this cluster fuck should not be overlooked. Yeah if only unions had been perfect. I'm sure Jeff bezos would happily pay fifteen dollars an hour. I listened to ceaseless whole sentence so I'll young bad good guys are worse than bad bad assist. And if you had to summarize what you've learned in one sentence easel what would it be. My Dad was right. He was a goddamn chrome. and Are you ready for the quiz. So let's do this all right seesaw. Which of the following is the most valuable union benefit? We all still enjoy a the existence of weekends and thus the proliferation of workplace Monday jokes be a elimination of child labour. So Oh your children have more time home watching youtube videos of grown men playing fortnight see unions in large part responsible for healthcare being a private sector benefit secured through work or D.. Second Thought Fucking uh-huh definitely now I'm GonNa go with I'M GONNA go with B.. I'm a huge fan. I think we should be watching it. I'm such a fan of these so you got it all right. I got a good one for you. See so what cool line did the mobster that killed. Jimmy Hoffa say right before he Paul to trigger. Hey Osterloh teamsters mother be austell AVISTA smothered truck see. Here's here's looking for you or D- I'm GonNa Make Ya you also good. They're missing the fact that he was killed by the Jewish mob so how far Nettie La that is correct. That was secret. They all right one more for you seasonal. Why are you afraid of talk? You're part of the conspiracy and you're being paid off by a big rig. Your Dad clearly killed Jimmy. Hoffa really helped with the sword based parts parts of that murder. Deal about seventy five. I'm too and I'm like whacking his ankle with a little red. Go with all the above it. It was it was specifically. Just your dad killed because you only had to hack it his legs with so oh yeah. Ceaseless Dad did kill Jimmy spread out there like the LoC dead and it doesn't matter he's dead. You can't fuck imprison Asha Shit. Yeah I mean you can. I mean we already have their box. So he wins he wins. Next week. I'm going to pick Woah all right well for topsy. So Noah and Noah I've not back next week and by then Noah we'll be an expert on something else but you know and then he will be hiding an underground bunker from nicotine Lewis know who'll be honest search for flesh to rent and you can check out Thomas's those new city tour of Chicago another popcorn shop. 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"jimmy" Discussed on Citation Needed
"And were back when we left off Jimmy Hoffa law-abiding citizen doing his best. What he had the Italian eye clarity next to overrun so half at that time? He was doing some Amazing Union inning. He was also under investigation and appealing fraud and jury tampering charges. This this is about fifteen years into him. Being President of teamsters and at this point they make Frank Fitzsimmons his vice president. And this I guess is the first time they name Amo. Vp is a direct successor. For that. I guess there was just a vote but they assumed he was going to go to jail and they needed someone there. That could just take over and keep the kickbacks rolling in great and that was our current events news break back. I wish if only we could replace ours with a long dead semi professional mobster. They was having all this trouble with the law. JFK was president. He don't interest in there. It is anyway Eddie. JFK appointed his little brother Robert. We mentioned him earlier as attorney. General interesting thank you For me me. And my family is not nepotism if the president does it down you'll use it later. RFK was supposedly supposedly pissed. He couldn't nail down Hoffa and other union bosses years earlier and he had an ax to grind so he came after Hoffa with guns. Blazing teamsters teamsters parade for Jimmy. Hoffa in Dallas is too obvious stave off these convictions. Convictions for a long time. He was initially investigated in earnest in one thousand nine hundred seven and it would take seven years for him to be finally convicted of a crime. It would be ten before he served any time. He was eventually convicted of attempted. Bribery of grandeur. How is that even a thing like obstructing justice? Yup Yup OPPA was also convicted of fraud in nineteen sixty four this was for improper use of the teamster pension fund quote Hoffa had illegally arranged several large pension fund loans to leading organized crime figures and quote. They were good for thirteen years in prison. Tried to appeal these sentences for three years and was unsuccessful. Damn thirteen years. You can get more time for very obviously not killing a lady in Texas. Yeah so just before. He enters prison the contingency vice president Frank Fitzsimmons takeover now. The reason he was chosen by half in in the first place is that he seemed really loyal to Jimmy. He owed pretty much all of his success to Hoffa. He was local to him as well and huff had gone to great lengths to consolidate date power as the president of the union run it unilaterally but once fit simmons was appointed as president. He started to undo the work that Jimmy Dunn and he relinquished. Relinquish some of that control that the president had. Jeez you caught a prison. One time everything falls apart around story. He undid everything he had done. What did you like disorganized? The worker give back a couple of snow. Okay you're presenting that like a joke which means you're not super up to speed on what unions have been doing so maybe you should pick somebody who's one of WHO's major qualifications was. He was nearby look at him. Rock seventy five years after go into jail. HOFFA had his sentence commuted to time served and he had to stay out of union leadership leadership for a decade. The Guy Responsible President Richard Nixon interesting Hoffa also got his pension of one point. Seven million dollars is a lump sum like he was some kind of a lot of winter I guess was there really was this was an unprecedented payout by the way and just two random facts here the I. B. T. had always endorsed Democrats however the teamsters endorsed Nixon in the last election. Interesting you you. He thinks I'm crazy as the next guy and the next guy is heat but an innocent was behind anything that I don't know about is a bridge too uh-huh and even though Hafa had his sentence commuted. He was still pissed that he couldn't play union games so he started suing the Nixon Administration nation. To get this overturn. That doesn't work though. Yeah maybe because he was suing them for not ignoring the law and now he's also so running into adversity in the union itself as most of the people in it had stopped supporting him he really only still held sway over the local union where he got his start. Detroit local to ninety nine. I know it does seem like you lose some support after going to jail for basically stealing from the people you were hired to represent I mean it seems like that's not a lock doc. We know trump sure is opening in his bid to get back into power. HOFFA tried to make a deal with the mafia one of the local. You leaders and made Guy Anthony. Provenzano was approached to endorse Hoffa. This meeting did not go well quote. Provenzano refused to listen and threaten Hoffa by saying that he would pull out his guts and kidnap his granddaughters. and quote. Ed as you can imagine Hoffa did not take this so well. He retaliated by cooperating rating with investigators and against his Mafia opponents asshole. I'M GONNA go hang out with Robert F Kennedy where it's always safe no matter what and Narcan you gonNA say like. That's so fucking weird threat once you pull out my guts. I have to tell you it's really selfish care so much about Mike Grandkids. I hate to give you notes on Air Bro. You're doing that shit in the wrong. July thirtieth nineteen seventy-five Hafa Autho was supposed to meet up with local mob. Boss Anthony Jack Loney and the guy that threatened to make sausage out of them Anthony Provenzano. He went to the local restaurant called the Red Fox to meet him. He's trying to hide a gun in the toilet tank but seventy five just shooting in the only man. I'm good take flush for his wife at two fifteen and another colleague at three thirty complaining that these these two were late. This was the last time anyone spoke to Hoffa. Well the last time anyone can prove anyway. Spontaneous combustion exact. Ah that night. He doesn't return home and they find his car unlocked at the restaurant. It's six PM. The following day Hoffa is reported missing the investigation really really doesn't go anywhere they did a DNA test in two thousand one on a hair that came from a car of a family friend and found a positive match but the guy denied that Hoffa ever been in the car and FBI. The I agent in one thousand nine hundred fourteen years after Hoffa went missing. Had this to say quote. I'm comfortable I know who did it. But it's never going to be prosecuted because we would have to to divulge informants and confidential sources and quote. Just check her emails. That's awesome. I'm a little confused like isn't that. What the informants are four like an academic exercise so there's been a ton of heath level speculation I think his and I'm GonNa include some of these from the wikipedia? Sorry did you say heath level I was a conspiracy theorist way before preempt awesome Noah level speculation as in like maybe it was that guy who said he was going to rip out his guts paragraphs of my money's on that the typical Noah always blame people for the threats day. May I told you once that restraining order expires get dual recently. Certainly the film. The Irishman was released to Netflix. Or as I like to call a two thousand one a mob hit a time. Odyssey started watching it just before thanksgiving. I'M GONNA finish sometime in March anyway. That movies based on a book called. I heard you paint houses in that book and in the film. They make the ascertain that professional killer that the professional that was close to Jimmy Hoffa Frank Sharon was responsible for killing Hoffa supposedly shot Jimmy in the back of that two times and the body was cremated. The evidence here is just non existent. Okay Hey are you calling. Martin Scorsese a liar guy. Who wrote the book that Martin Base the movie off of because Martin ever has an original fucking idea? Ah Blood bloodstains from that mob. House did not match. Jimmy's blood type so different. I was plugged in the back of the noggin close. So hey we just saved you four hours of the movie version of GRANDPA talking about so if I see another old man. Eight serial from zero to shoot myself fits was the big big big story so I can have eleven thousand thousand dollars. Split up among your eighty four grandchildren. Richard Cook Linski the notorious Mafia.
"jimmy" Discussed on Citation Needed
"Hello and welcome to citation needed the podcast where we choose a subject. Read a single article about it on Wikipedia. And pretend we're experts because this is the Internet and that's how it works now. I'm alive Bosnich. And I'll be uniting. This five-man workforce but I'll needs muscle and some brains. First step two guys who should probably start paying protection money to themselves. No and Tom Tom. Yeah but as learnt when I became self employed. I'm cheap I'm not saying that I'm self destructing but I am saying that I have only myself I self to blame so and also joining us tonight. Two guys old enough to played stick ball with our subject Noah and seesaw. I'll tell you HOFFA's batting average. We're playing stickball was local to ninety nine. Normally I would push back on the old thing but yeah I I must be getting all this fucking with my memory. Didn't you already introduce introduce me. Everybody is a person who is also here heath me welcome to the show. Thank you great. Now he cares when he's on the opening skit. It's all right. Take a moment. Thank our patrons. This is a beautiful little. Oh podcast you got here and it sure would be terrible if something happened to it. Luckily of an accent neighborhood over dot com slash sedation. Russian pod is kind of terrible tragedy would never take place so if you'd like to learn how to join the ranks. It'd be sure to check granted the other way. Tell US Tom. What person place thing concept phenomenon or event will we be talking about today? Well thank you to our patron box. Some not allowed near the end zone of giant stadium. Actually suits me just fine. I didn't WanNa go anyway but today we'll be talking about union leader Jimmy Hoffa who nc so you read between the lines. Are you ready to sell up the river literally any price talking skit. I I don't even care to huma. Hoffa Jimmy Hoffa was an American labor union leader when that actually meant something now it means that you're probably late on your mortgage. Yeah he was the president of the International Brotherhood of teamsters which is the truckers union and my dad teamster for several decades could not say this guy's name without calling him a crook he also went missing in one thousand nine hundred ninety five. They declared him dead seven years later but they've never found the remains and there were no convictions in the disappearance it just like Osama bin Laden and JFK. Interesting not at all like no yeah unrelated those people we shots I penciled dammit cancelled episode a hole in the forest take aac three. Jimmy was born in Brazil. Indiana Worst Carnival disappoint a AH fell one can use the bathroom. It was born on February fourteenth nineteen thirteen Valentine's baseball his his dad John Hoffa died. When Jimmy was seven from lung disease and the rest of the family moved to Detroit win? Hoffa was eleven. He quit school at fourteen years old and worked manual labor. Jobs like painting fulltime jean-mrs Apple Tree Shoe would be terrible if someone would paint your house when you at least you know what. This doesn't make any sense. I gotta get the new. y'All remember when people move to Detroit fifties. Yeah they're giving a stipend for that. They've been trying to get back. We have water now. You can drink on bottled some here. Hoffa moved on from painting houses to working in a grocery store chain when he was a teen. He became involved with the Union and organized labor. Around this time the job he was working page. Shitty wages had shittier working conditions and not a ton of job security so think professional snow podcast there with a boss done. That has nobody to blame but himself for his as best does covered. Works didn't do that. That especially since the workers wanted to unionize and Hoffa took the union leadership naturally Hoffa became inspired to work as a union organizer after a run in with an abusive forman when Jimmy stood up to him. The other employees were impressed by him so he moved on from that job and became became an organizer with the teamsters in Detroit local to ninety nine back when threatening people effectively was a valid line. Item on your resume. I I live in the wrong era. How about I fucking kill you? As a negotiation tactic that is sadly underused in today's Labour agree. Now it's fucking starve you and it's used by the other team and I don't mean you're fired and you're GonNa Starve. Congratulations you work at Walmart. Now you are below low the poverty. You made it to starvation cheeses a few years later. While working with non unionized laundry workers on their strike. He meets his soon to be wife. Josephine they married six months later. In September of Nineteen thirty six they go on to have two kids a daughter Barbara and a son James and I wanNA just quote wikipedia. Pedia here so you can hear the house price quote. The HOFFA's paid six thousand eight hundred dollars in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine for modest home in northwest Detroit. The family later owned a simple simple summer. Lakefront cottage in Orion Township Michigan North of Detroit. His son by the way thirty plus years after Jimmy is removed as the teamsters teamsters union president takes over the position. He's been the president since nineteen ninety. Nine yes true fact about that House in Detroit. It's actually worth less now than it was seven. Grandma gives you everything. North of I ninety in in the thirties the forties the teamsters grew pretty significantly in both numbers and power in one thousand nine hundred eighty when they were founded they had seventy five thousand members. There was a push push by Hoffa and other union leaders to consolidate other trucker unions with T- with the teamsters that made their membership grow to one hundred seventy thousand in nineteen thirty six and four hundred twenty thousand in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine and it was over a million by nineteen fifty one off one a bunch. A contract disputes using quickie strikes quickie strikes. We're only one side is happy about the outcome that checks get term and the Secondary Boycotts which leveraged other related industries to pressure Asher to put pressure on another to get them to cave to the demands of the Union would be like a grocery store strike to help get rights for farm laborers. It's hard to wrap your head around it but back then workers actually cared about other workers also since the teamsters were connected to a ton of professions since they delivered raw materials. Finish this project is that are they. Would they use to become the most powerful union in the country right That's why Amazon workers each their own P. Bucket now on everything and hey fun. Fact that secondary boycotts thing literally illegal now. So yeah if you're in a union don't like root too hard for a second bucket per a person shall. We can't even get everyone in the same room to decide that people shouldn't go bankrupt or die if they get sick I try to convince people to take time off of work to strike. Because their neighbors are striking is Utopian dreamscapes. We will never see again something. which I just said about the nineteen seventies seventies and the mob had its dirty hands in the pie to the truckers union were totally in bed with the Mafia? So this means that Hoffa in order to get and maintain power in the unions had to deal with mafia bosses quote he had to make accommodations and arrangements with many gangsters. Beginning getting in the Detroit area organized crime influence over the I bt would expand as the union itself crew and quote okay but Nowadays Union leaders have to get in bed with unsavory unsavory characters like US Congress Giambi two hours so even though Hoffa was a teamster n a union organizer Eiser. He never worked as a truck driver. Or a doc and that's how management works though and that's why it's better in nineteen forty six. In December. Jimmy Hoffa became the president of the Detroit. Local to ninety nine Hoffa received a draft letter for World War Two and he quote obtained a deferment deferment from military service in World War Two by successfully making a case for his union leadership skills being more valuable to the nation by keeping freight running smoothly to to assist the war effort end quote shortly thereafter. He became the head of the Michigan. teamsters dear Uncle Sam. These kneecaps ain't gonNA break themselves. I'M GONNA go ahead and pass La Jim I love it. The actual deferment was based on. I'm too important to get shot in. What does it say.
"jimmy" Discussed on Citation Needed
"Ally why are you walking us out into the woods. Did you make a raccoon Harem again. No I do not believe ah look we just need to go a little farther into this grove here and Voila. Oh Hey guys. Oh Hey best friend what what. What are you guys doing out here? I had a GPS tracker installed in your hip two days after we met what it's not important but what are are you doing out here. Oh me I'm nothing. Nothing and why are you trying to how to shovel behind your back right now. I could see it. Oh this yup this some Nashoba. Yeah that's the motor Musashi workout. It's all the rage now in that whole back there. Nothing I don't know what Hol- what are you talking about. Let's just go back to studio. We can still go back right now. I get it. It's this week. We're doing Jimmy Hoffa so barren body out here something like a bit to go with Jimmy. That's cool that's cool. Can I touch it touch that. I would also like to touch the by the body that is it guys that is exactly. There's actually nothing in the whole week. We should just go back. Let's just go back what he go back to. What is this sticking out? This looks like an essay. An essay on Fatty arbuckle. Koos August. Though what is that all about Bette are bug zero talking really weird. Were you burying a citation needed script out here about fatty Freddie arbuckle. Maybe I don't know why it doesn't look bad eight. This is funny jokes on page two good story. I I don't know y you're the second half. Oh boy okay I get it now all right let me see that how bad could be. Wow Oh you guys wanna how many Berea barons the whole right here No that's that's us. That's saying Columbine Oh right. Oh God what about that. You're running on a space out here. We need a new spot new. Yeah still think we should have done terri. Schiavo he not having that conversation again.
"jimmy" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"Welcome to the Bravo clubhouse for the podcast edition of Watch what happens live with me Andy Cohen and he brings his signature charm two. TV's latest shift and the shot ski brought me as the world's greatest gift is watch what happens I would Jimmy Valley Cohen in the rubble clubhouse with a total sweetheart except to be sending you a thank you know as a comedian author and host my guest is so filthy talented it makes me say you he's those to the tonight show starring Jimmy Valid and he's the author of this is baby Now it's the cutest book you guys welcome he's cute to James our goodness in honor of Jimmy's late night lineas the bar it's cardboard Johnny Carson Johnny can you tell Jimmy how excited can you tell our excited I am have you ever you just want to get this over with so you can get back to the mall don't you yes we WANNA get back to the mall thanks Johnny I'm so excited here I tell you something you changed my life grateful dead do Jimmy and I are doing this thing get into it later but I am sending him three grateful dead songs a week in preparation to see deadandcompany on Halloween I've never seen it I've never seen grateful dead and nothing against the ban I know this sounds but I just felt like oppose or if I went and got like I don't really know and it seems like a daunting task because the catalog is so big yeah can I just jump in and be ahead and be a fan I go and so you you invited me go see a concert I don't want to bum you out you're not going to buy no but then I go here's the challenge each me how to be a dead Fan Gimme three songs a week yes I have them I have them on a playlist on spotify I've been studying them into the dead and company Yes John unbelievable how night that's the night you're gonna go see the what we're GonNa do tell you that it honestly has changed my life because I really loved the music I'm I'm really into it I loves me really happy and we're GONNA test your knowledge coming up in the show now Jimmy we're also Oh you are a big below Deck Med fan on some of the drama from the last season take this captain's hat and radio we're gonNA play let's get nautical I'm so first of all you were not happy with the ending of the show last season no I feel like it should be called below deck may unreal why I didn't like that everyone wanted to lead they all the all the people on the show were like hopefully our last trip we move we only got to charter was over what is the what's the audience supposed to have a good gig you got a TV you believe chef deserved to be fired yes it was terrible you were saying would you promoted your third studio chef or was that a bad decision and it was interesting it was a good episode what did you make of June's inability to use her Radio on June come on tune pick up your radio dunes you in reaction to Asia's potty mouth a little dirty for me little I know you're not a dirty dirty yeah that she found love and they founded by Jack Asia's Romance I was a little bit Dan you have people being travis hadn't messed things up by drinking too much you think he and Hannah would've made a good couple no absolutely now do you think Hannah and her stews deserve the criticism from Captain Sandy Yes was designed you set up a table rock pebbles on the thing like garbage that's how you know is back come on don't make me do that was Asia wrong to tell Captain Sandy that the students didn't get the praise they deserve Joanna was offended you allow the little brand laser he was a little offended like what would you say that to sandy but no I choose to got for Hanukkah for her were you excited to see and they'll be alum Johnny Damon on the show I did love that was great I know of a little bit from when we did fever pitch Johnson he's a good dude him and his wife thank you very much Jimmy you're coming in before we get to those here's what three things I'm obsessed with tonight first of all we all know that Jimmy is America's sweetheart and children's book Sir and I love the book it's called this is baby so I'm curious how lovable Jimmy really is now I'm telling you I know he's really lovable. Here's what Jimmy I'm going to use some savvy personal questions side for Jimmy Fallon in love love okay Jimmy what's the biggest way author who is changed you as a person I think it makes me care about other children I just care about kids 'cause I don't want anyone being bullied and I really care about everyone's gotTa Hey let's do this together three have a very light okay jelly what was the name of your favorite stuffed animal growing up Kinda day I animal I I had little domain beanie was a little boy the when you were little what was your birds mood when you were sick I like pizza where the eight were you ever afraid of the dark and so I was never afraid of the dog really was once pretended I was I pretended to my sister I went deaf and just scare her and she was not cute but yeah but it was very weird but I was like I can't hear you're saying are you serious yeah it's not Cuban that's gift you've ever gotten for father's Day this year my kids got me stuff for them they got like toys catch him and they got bubbles the nickname for you when you were growing up the baby oh thank you the Album Jenny one thing that I love when you're in the clubhouse is that you and I get to turn our chairs around ask each other rapid fire questions so here's what tonight we're going to have a late night boast off I'm GonNa put forty seconds on the clock you and I are going to go back and forth bragging about who's better to our St ask who treats our staff let's do the last one boasting when the clock runs out blows up okay let's play boasting while hosting okay here we have okay do you WanNa start yeah I'll sort okay good I'm so good in my staff I give them the best Christmas present ever jackets like leather jackets drake jacket I know I know almost everybody on my staff named and a lot of last name yes almost almost I get a pizza every Friday I clean up after myself in the roll room sometimes I massage just two people you can't do that okay I rehearse in the so room just to entertain why but my staff Rolls Royces Zoo yes I did matchbox yes you I got my staff it just I don't I you know I did get myself once I got them all Rosetta Stone Mandarin Oh that's eighteen from Texas could be Jimmy Hey Martine Andy your obey the Jimmy Hey we're amazing thank you Martin you fell thanks would would you say anyhow my question is for Jimmy didn't you hosted the EMMYS and the Golden Globe what's your opinion on this trend of Hoesslin award shows what do you think I think like a host yeah I think you need to host it gets funded to do that I think it makes the whole world class year and fun I mean the whole thing is out of dumb wars to each other anyway but it's like it makes it more fun event there's a host ready you know who's easing controller she's troll the show together to make fun of what happening or come back out and comment about something happened right there's room for so much comedy and make it more fun for everybody yeah he takes the fun away Okay Maria from New York what's your question or Jimmy Fallon High Nda love you love you know opinion okay oh Jimmy I was getting to that hi hi I'm a big Fan of both of you oh my God yeah we know love Andy by the come on the rumors to that you dated Jennifer Hewett and Winona Ryder back in the day did you date Jennifer Love Hewitt Andhra Winona Ryder at the same time Jimmy now did you did you date and either those girls not remember the Gulf War KRISTA which question hey guys hey jimmy were you nervous at all that was going to be pissed either showing that footage of her post surgery and did she really have no idea she really had no idea and I wasn't really I've known him for a long time so I don't think she'll ever get mad at me but I think she would laugh at that thing which we had Taylor on her she had surgery she took some pills to relax Yeah over the banana start crying appealing banana Larry and it's a really funny video so no I I wasn't scared at all but I she's a good sports you guys are very fun together and you always played fun games with her we had we've been really lucky on our show like people just want to play when they come like your show onto one have a good time yeah your kids you're up with your kids very early every day if five o'clock it's rough wow but it's going there's no way they can last rights you know I love this book so much thank and I'm trying to teach ben like these are your toes these are your this body baby body boost your baby and play at them and then they get more interactive feels funny I put these books out I'm really proud of them because the first one I did is goof just your babies I where it'd be data so it was like Dad that mood dad that quack that's really basically a text message it's not really a book so but anyways people loved it and then their kids are reading to back to their parents and then teacher started sending me things on twitter saying hey you're you're actually teaching kids confidence in reading and in showing them cream into this world at how fun reading so Winnie my first baby anything I had if I give her a bottle you went down that data I didn't care I didn't care too stupid but by the way data for every so often has done and I'm like you're not really saying that okay it is time for my muzzle of the day goes to my guest Jimmy Fallon who as I mentioned earlier show is a dedicated below duck fan look here he is in his sirocco uniform absolute or chocolate goes to the fact that Jimmy hasn't been introduced to any of the below deck crew which I absent all my God who did you do it out of you chain proud of Jimmy for studying the music yeah I know I know how much it means to you because we talked about this and I don't Never WanNa just Li- like Oh yeah grateful dead her nose touch of Grey Renzo I go I just can't be that guy so I wanna learn and so I know how much it means you it's here's the Andy loves the dead yeah and so give me every assignment every week I studied them over and over again let's go into work after work and I just wanted to make you proud I cannot believe that it was amazing. broke down Palestine if you played it a little bit later everyone's yes you did good with that also like the very psychedelic song yes like Saint Stephen Yes pretty right it's great and then you know what's great it's John Mayer's version of I have so much fun Jimmy of course stars on the tonight show starring Jimmy Fallon and the new book is called this is baby all right let's get to the president one let's go back to the phones caller what's your name and from where are you calling hey I'm Jordan Klein from Maryland they Jordan what's your question hey guys take any both my question is for Jimmy yes so Jimmy can you name aim one time really got pissed at another talk show for feeling a segment or a game of yours say it again did you ever get pissed in another talk show for stealing a segment or a game of yours no it happens all the time get used to it there's actually a whole show that's in Spanish that is they steal the exact everything about our show right except the host clown and it's like How do you say banana in Spanish yeah it's called las plantains and they do they do every they.
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"jimmy" Discussed on High Noon
"They do tell me bad. Maybe they've got to fight a concert. I am too young for this. Yes. So think about it was they used their real names in the commercial and I'm looking at the picture. I'm like, no, no, no, don't tell me real name was George. Michael was vanilla is was caning, or was it omitted the do. That's how they look like never seen. Are you to your own now? I have one. They song Elise right. Can you can you? Can you sing it without being sued? Is that one of the things I could, but I just feel old. Okay. Well, we got a name Jimmy Garoppolo Bomani Jones because in a feature ridden by June Lee, Lee report Jimmy g. has made news by sorta proclaiming that he thought he was better than Tom Brady referring to his arrival in New England arrival and meeting Brady. He said, quote, when I first got there, I thought in my head I'm better than this dude and quote Bomani. What do you make of young Ginny. Tom Brady. Right. Like does that not sound like something that Tom Brady was say, I believe and we've forget this. That would Drew Bledsoe. Was there with New England before Tom Brady took up Drew Bledsoe was somebody's you. Bledsoe Ed Lee led a team to a Super Bowl, Tom Brady absolutely walked in there and thought that he was better than Drew Bledsoe like this is kinda sorta what you wanna hear from your quarterback and his house. Like he had head coach who may not of thought he was better, but sure as hell thought he was next. Well, that's the other part of the story. That's interesting beyond the fact that Jimmy is more confident than we thought we have a note in this piece talking about how Bill Belichick had been offered multiple high round picks from the Cleveland Browns and still ended up sending this dude who's really, really good at football, Jimmy Garoppolo to the forty Niners for just a single second round pick, which indicates to me if I am a patriots fan. That is the thing. My head can't entirely wrap around the idea that you gave him away basically. Right? Because Jenny Renta's the other note here, Ginny Francis at the Huby or now? Yes, QB still. She thought she said that Bill has been texting Jimmy Garoppolo after each of these winds congratulate a give. So still there's to be this palace intrigue around the, but where I do disagree on the idea of the give away because yeah, you could get more offer get more back from the Browns, but where did the Browns play in the AFC if you think this dude is legitimately good, you ship them as far away as possible, I think would be more important than the initial hall that you could get back on draft picks on this. I would however, as we do all of this Jimmy Garoppolo Mike Sando did his tier rating where he tossed everybody, tears. They have quarterbacks in Jimmy Garoppolo in tier two. And if I'm not mistaken, tier one is Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady, right. He's got Jimmy Garoppolo down there while Jimmy Garoppolo had seven touchdown passes last year, seven touchdown passes. They went on a nice run when he got started, but we've seen enough guys when they first get out here and start that, yeah, you had this honeymoon period and then was we see what. Happens when the league get some filled. He's got a great office coordinator Shanta handed and get it done. But we are ahead of our skis Jimmy Garoppolo and speaking of the film on Jimmy g. one of the other notes in this pieces that he may have taken that adult film star out on a date because he loves entourage, chase. Knows me bad song. I bet that you don't. All right. Next name, Josh Gordon yesterday, Gordon announced he will not be with the Cleveland Browns when the open training camp Thursday, citing his quote health and treatment plan reportedly did not have any slip-ups or failed tests. But Pablo does this worry you. It's worrisome in the sense that you'd love for this not to happen, but I fear that one of the things we've seen happen because a guy like Thailand in the NBA and Dhamar the Rosen and Kevin love these string..
"jimmy" Discussed on The Librocube
"Turns you gotta be getting sick of no i love him and everything he's been on has been a god damned late he's like the perfect guest from talkshows i think he was on conan or jimmy kimmel i forgot where he really shines though is on podcasts he was on our work down he's on high and mighty that was kind of surprising but maybe not with john gabriel famous food lover both of them so yet did make sense that they got together he's was on kroll of course because they're seemingly pretty good pals gilbert godfrey podcast amazing on never not funny coming in hot actually wrote that coming in hot he came into that and let gave them all the finger when he walked in the door which is shocking from if you know anything phil rosenthal the fact that he would do that is shocking and put them all off and goddamn delightful he someone who if he gave you the finger would be taken as an insult it would just be a delightful thing to see and to hear can verify okay so enough of phil not that i have got enough but enough talking about him now moving onto speaking of never not funny see he had on guests todd glass he had on jimmy pardo host of never not funny had on guess tog last was the first episode after his side ly jimmy pardo's mother passed away they took a little bit of a break and when i found out todd glasses going to be the first guest after his sort of return from having a break from just trying anyways to get over the death of his mother i thought what you could not pick a better guests than todd glass to be your first guest back after such as such an experience.