37 Burst results for "Jimmy Fallon"

Fresh update on "jimmy fallon" discussed on CoinDesk Podcast Network

CoinDesk Podcast Network

00:35 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh update on "jimmy fallon" discussed on CoinDesk Podcast Network

"They use an encrypted messenger and they offered to pay out using crypto wallets, so of course, brings crypto back into the regulatory spotlight because John Bolton is definitely a well-known figure on Capitol Hill. Adam authors you for your take quickly on this and then we'll move on to our last subject. Yeah. John Bolton is a notably far more than ten years he's been sort of systemically important to the kind of war factions within both the Republican and democratic parties. John Bolton has the distinction of being one of the only advisers who's never met a war that he doesn't appear to be in support of. And so especially within the world of cryptocurrency, he's not particularly popular, which tends to be much more nuanced in terms of when a war is justified. Now, as far as all this goes, I saw a lot of the use of the word alleged in there. And I also saw that this was supposedly coming from sort of the Iranian government or part of one of their military apparatuses. Again, I would exert extreme skepticism. We live in a world today of incredible propaganda and where really anytime you can connect something who you've painted as the bad guy into something that you also think I and don't like, well, hey, that's double. Yeah, I just want to say for people who are just getting to the space and get freaked out by headlines like this to just take it with a grain of salt. So the money was allegedly offered to be paid in crypto payments, but if crypto didn't exist, this alleged plot would still happen, but money would be paid in Fiat or gold bars or something else. And so to rope crypto in to such a sensational headline and sensational story, I think, does the industry a disservice. And so if you are new to the industry, just make sure you read between the lines and don't get scared off by headlines like this. But let's move on now to some trolling in celebrity land. So someone is trolling celebrities and the US Treasury Department all at the same time and anonymous crypto user transferred small amounts of ether from a sanctioned address to celebrities like Dave Chappelle, Jimmy Fallon, and beeple, the US Treasury Department, of course, as we know, banned the use of tornado cash in the U.S. and now prohibits U.S. people from interacting or transacting with the privacy tool. The trickster is effectively pointing out the absurdity of the sanctions here. It's not possible to block transactions from arriving in your wallet and I think that this does a good job at showing that will. What do you take away from this? Do you think the celebrities are going to get caught up in some regulatory issues? Yeah, this was a really fascinating story and it's been talked about actually in the past where this could happen that U.S. government takes out an address that a lot of people have interacted with in the past and therefore anyone who is interacted with it in the future, therefore becomes tainted and people can use these addresses in a very open manner, right? I can just send tornado cash money to anybody and bam, they are in a breaking regulations, which tells you about the ovac regulations more so than it does about Ethereum or any project built on it, right? The fact that you can send money this way and it's going to be tainted immediately. That's because these off hack regulations typically target bank accounts. They're not tailored for addresses that are used on blockchains like very different projects here. Funny to see it. I don't think anything happens long term because I don't think that OPEC is going to chase down all these people. Obviously it's a dusting and tag. This is well-known in the past and if opaque has anyone worth assault within that administration, they're going to look at this and be like, oh, not a big deal. At the same time, I do think that there's going to be some movements around tornado cash over the next 6 to 12 weeks. Maybe someone boots up another implementation of it, maybe someone does something else with a laundry or a large amount of money, doesn't cover their tracks correctly. Tornado cache is still very effective. We actually saw volumes on it pop yesterday. A lot of people were using it. And so I think there could be some unlucky or maybe not the wisest person getting caught with that and then getting themselves in hot water. And I'm over to you. This is a fascinating story. So there have long been talks about blacklists, green lists, whitelists, all kinds of different types of lists that you would want to have in a blockchain world in order to enact a system like this. And that really is the challenge is that you need to actually fundamentally change how these technologies work in order for something like this to work. Really what you need to do is you need to adapt the system such that addresses can be placed on a protocol wide blacklist, which would then prevent them from sending anything effectively freezing them. Now, the problem with this, of course, is they would fundamentally break the fungibility of the asset. Now you could do it by stacking it on top, right? A company like elliptic or like chain analysis could run one of these things and allow people to run an additional piece of software that does this, okay? That would work for customers, but it wouldn't work for everybody else. And given how many people aren't customers in the system, it means you'd get penetration max 5% and I'd be shocked if he even got to that. So it's a lot less about what do we wish was true and it's a lot more about what is the reality that we are faced with. And the reality that we are faced with is this dusting attack demonstrates just how nonsensical these types of controls are. This is very much the equivalent of writing rules, you know, if the road for horse drawn carriages and then trying to apply the same types of things, you know, to airplanes, right?

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Fresh update on "jimmy fallon" discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

Techmeme Ride Home

01:09 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "jimmy fallon" discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

"What cut, if any, it takes from ticket sales and how this differs from affiliate fees it earns from its third party ticketing partnerships, but it didn't share any information about it and quote. Hey Chris, making the news actually happen. Finally, today, an anonymous tornado cache user has been sending eth to high profile crypto users such as Jimmy Fallon and Brian Armstrong from as sanctioned address or wallet. All of this is likely to either troll these celebrities or make a point, quote unquote desk. Affected wallets include those controlled by coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong, TV host Jimmy Fallon, clothing brand puma, and a wallet created for donations to Ukraine, according to ether scan. Prominent crypto figures such as artist beeple and more mainstream celebrities such as comedian Dave Chappelle also received ether. The Treasury Department's office of foreign asset control or OFAC, a watchdog agency of the U.S. government, sanctioned tornado cash on Monday, prohibiting U.S. persons and entities from interacting or transacting with the privacy tool. A U.S. person includes anyone on U.S. soil as well as any American citizen abroad. Tornado cache is a mixer, a protocol designed to pool funds in an effort to obfuscate the origin of any given transaction. U.S. officials allege that a significant number of funds flowing through the mixer were tied to criminal activities such as North Korea's proceeds from hacking various crypto exchanges and services. The idea to send .1 east to celebrity while it appears to have originated on Twitter in a Monday post by user depression 2019 who has since retweeted screen grabs from the on chain transactions. The gag effectively points out the absurdity of such sanctions for users receiving funds from blacklisted addresses that they have no power to decline. The open nature of crypto is designed to cut out intermediaries like the traditional financial sector that would use banks and other financial institutions to act as gatekeepers against such transactions. Because tornado cash is a sanctioned entity U.S. persons would likely be under a legal obligation to block incoming transactions from its wallets. OFAC rules mandate that U.S. persons freeze any transactions or funds sent from tornado cash. It isn't possible to block an incoming transfer on chains, so exchanges and other parties would most likely have to block the addresses on users behalf. This may not be easy for celebrities and businesses with public wallets that aren't operated by an exchange or similar type of business. Ain't it just like the night to play tricks when you're trying to be so quiet. We sit here stranded, though we're all doing our best to deny it. Talk to you tomorrow.

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Jimmy Fallon Turns on Joe Biden, Joking About Retirement

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:40 sec | 3 weeks ago

Jimmy Fallon Turns on Joe Biden, Joking About Retirement

"Meanwhile, I read that Doctor Fauci said that he plans to retire by the end of President Biden's term. Then everyone turned to Biden like, is there anything you'd like to announce? Two? Of course, once he's gone, Fauci will be replaced by a new slightly weaker variant. Ouch, Jimmy was at Fallon or Kimmel or I don't know any of those guys. It's the weirdest thing how I don't know what any of those late night talk shows are about. I know they're all woke, ideological activists. They've decided to stop being funny, although that's pretty funny. I have to admit. But they are all funny to watch them all turn on him, isn't it?

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AJ Remembers SNL's 'Cowbell' Sketch

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:11 min | 3 weeks ago

AJ Remembers SNL's 'Cowbell' Sketch

"I just listened to one of my favorite podcasts with David Spade and Dana Carvey. Love those guys. They have such a great podcast. What the hell is the name of it? Flying the wall. Flying the wall is great, and they always interview people who work on SNL. And they just bring back so many great memories. So I just heard about Jimmy Fallon and Will Ferrell and horatio sins and the other crazy guy, we're in that famous tail bell sketch. Memory Christopher Walken, we need more cowbell. You know, I put my pants on one leg at a time in the morning with the differences. I produce gold records, so they're talking about that sketch, and it was one of the first few weeks that Jimmy Fallon was on that show. And this sketch as great as it was. Remember Will Ferrell banned the cowbell? What is belly out? His shirt was short. He just didn't hear Chris guitar ratio stands. Jimmy Fallon will fell brilliant. And thalam was talking about how the stage was shaking when they did that sketch. And obviously I've been on that stage. I've done this show. I did two sketches there. Back, I don't know, 20 years ago. I'm probably everything I tell you is probably 20 years ago, but it shakes when the laughter is just so huge. And Fallon was saying, this sketch was a sketch that came on at ten to 1 a.m. or 5 to one, the most sketches that they probably don't think are going to work out so they put them at the end of the show. And you're thinking, how could anybody think this sketch not might not work out? It's brilliant. But it was 5 to one sketch. And walk and Chris walken was basically doing an imitation of himself. I would walk you out belly. He didn't talk that way. It's crazy. I'm going to hankering for more cowbell. So interest levitated the room and I was listening to the show and this morning and I loved it. 'cause these are things there's a little nugget you don't find out about unless you listen to shows like this,

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"jimmy fallon" Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

02:11 min | Last month

"jimmy fallon" Discussed on How I Built This

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"jimmy fallon" Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

04:51 min | Last month

"jimmy fallon" Discussed on How I Built This

"O'Brien fan. He was my first late night talk show, you know? Yeah. And so I'm gonna do whatever I think I have to do to make this show a hit. When we come back in just a moment, Jimmy talks about how he comes up with new ideas, whether he's working on a bit, a book, a new show, or a new product that you never knew you needed. Stay with us. I'm.

"jimmy fallon" Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

08:17 min | Last month

"jimmy fallon" Discussed on How I Built This

"No one's ever know. And then I think someone said to someone, let's just sign the contract. This guy's not going to get Saturday alive. So they put an extra page in the contract. Never been done before never been done since I don't think. But saying if I guess our live, I get out of the show out of my contract. It's all said and done. And it's incredible that you got that clause into your contract because in 1998, a year after your first audition, you got another audition for SNL. And anybody listening should just Google Jimmy Fallon Saturday Night Live audition. It's so amazing to watch because you're so young and so it might be embarrassing for you to watch or I don't know, maybe you cringe but it's really lovely and it's a really great impressions that you do on stage very Seinfeld and Chris Rock and you too and how long did it take for you to find out whether you were in, whether you made it or not. So yeah, when they make you wait, you know like two or three weeks, so I think I was in LA went back out to LA and they said they're thinking about it and then they called my manager and said it's in LA next week and so he wants to meet with Jimmy and his office at paramount studios and you know at that time I had a car and I drove onto the lot and paramount studios and it's a beautiful. It's like The Godfather that's where they shot the government. You see that paramount? It's an old school Hollywood studio. It makes you feel like you're in the business. It's so cool to go into that lot. And I remember walking into Lauren's office and everything was white. It was very kind of perfect. And I walked in and I sat across the desk from him and he was like, Jimmy, do you wear wigs? And I was like, uh, and I misunderstood. I thought he meant, 'cause I was spiking my hair up at the time, so I go like, oh no, I do this to my hair, and I can do it anyway. I think part of this is so nervous. And he goes, no, no, what I'm saying is if you do characters because, you know, what I'm saying is we want you for the show. And it was just so silent after that, and slow motion, and so emotional. I don't really remember the rest of the interview with him, but I remember leaving and going, I hope I make you proud. And leaving, and then I went to the first payphone, I could find and call my mom. And I just lost it. And I was like, yeah. Wow. I was like, dude, I got it and we were both crying and it was great. She must have been so proud. It was great. She was so proud. I dad, everybody, my sister. It's the American Dream. You don't even believe that this could happen from a small town. I had no connections with my family was not in the business. No one I knew was in the business, you know? It really went down and it was just like, all right, so now I'm coming back home to New York, triumphant, you know? And I'm so happy. You were like a student of the show, a super fan you'd seen practically every episode. You'd done impressions of almost every character had been on it. All of a sudden you are now on a show with your heroes, people you've been watching the season before and studying. I mean, I can't imagine the pressure that, you know, I once saw an interview that Bill Hader did, talking about how nervous you would get before saying alive. Just so nervous, you know, 'cause I guess over the loud speaker, they say, you know, ten minutes to we're live on national television, 5 minutes we're live on national television. It is a live television show. Live from New York, it's Saturday night. You know, broadcast at to millions of people, which is rare. They don't do that anymore. No. But just hearing DOM Pardo say your name gave me goosebumps. I only pictured my brain, but for him to say like, Jimmy Fallon. You know, and or to watch him do it. You know, even if I wasn't in the show, I was just so still so happy. Sometimes they would actually cut your picture and name out of the opening credits. If you weren't in the show, how cool is that? But when you had to go on stage for the debut in 1998, I mean, were you okay with that? Or were you scared or you scared, yeah, butterflies, it was my first ever gig was I played Gilbert Gottfried. I did an impression of Gilbert Gottfried. It was a great premise. It was the Hollywood squares, except there was an earthquake in Hollywood and it all crumbled. The square is a disaster. But they kept playing the game. So it was all crumbled and those blood everywhere, but they were like, I want to take French Drescher to block, you know, and so I was Gilbert Gottfried, and I was covered in blood, and I'm holding my intestines or something, you know, and I go, my line was Gilbert. I am holding my entire intestinal tract in my own hands. And that's not good. And that was my first line I ever said on Saturday Night Live. And it got a big laugh. And I go, oh my gosh. And I was it and I was like, cloud 9, the best thing, best night of my life. After party, my manager there, my parents were there, my sister was there. Every comedian, you know, everyone was there. They said, oh, you're the kid to take over Godfrey, that was good. And, you know, the Internet was starting at the time. And so there was like an SNL site that they would review the show and be really, you know, hard on the show and they said, this new kid, Jimmy Fallon, did a great Gilbert Gottfried. He's got promise. And you know, I printed those things out and clipped them out and kept them. One of the things that I guess sort of happened to you was that you really, I don't know if you sought him out or it just happened that Lorne Michaels kind of became a really important mentor. I mean, you were all of a sudden you're in New York and you're starting to get recognized and eventually you get very famous. And he, I guess you really kind of sought out his advice and mentorship. Yeah, you know, when you first are on the show, you're very kind of intimidated and scared to talk to Lauren. I just didn't want to be fired, really. I just wanted to, that was my thing. I'm like, just don't get fired, man. I'm just staying for two seasons and that's great. You know, and so, but at the after parties, Marcy Klein, I give her credit for this. She was like, will you go over and say, thank you to Lauren. I go, I just don't want to bother. She goes, Jimmy, go over right now and thank him. I go, okay. And I would go up to Lauren at its table, and he would be there with, you know, you name it. I mean, Paul Simon, you know, whoever someone's sitting there and you go, and I go, thank you. And he goes, okay, you did a good job or something like that. And I go, okay. And then through the years, thank you became like, Lauren grid show, you know, I'm sorry I messed that, but this could have been better. That was her and he's like, no, that was good and did that. And then it got to Lauren hi, thank you, and he's like, come sit down. And then you're sitting at the table, and then now by the end of it, it's like every party I'm sitting at the table. So it's Laura and I talking about the show and you know, and then your Friends and you go like, oh my gosh. I can't believe what happened and three years compared to how nervous I was, but I think, you know, no one's that intimidating. It really, everyone wants to, in this business, I think, you know, they want to see it work. They're nice. It's so smart and they just want to be around fun and funny people, so we really hit it off, you know? And we became really, really, really good friends. And he's like, one of my best Friends right now. All right, so by 2000 or the early 2000s, you're you become like a staple on SNL, you're like a bunch of different sketches and you're doing tons of impressions. But at some point, did it just become a job or were you still like, you.

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"jimmy fallon" Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

08:14 min | Last month

"jimmy fallon" Discussed on How I Built This

"Letterman. Amazing. Yeah, an 8th grade. 8th grade. And it's like, unless Nostradamus was my principal, you know, who would know, but no one ever said, hey, he has a future. We didn't do that in our town. No one knew that you could get out of your goals. We're kind of going to do what my dad does or something or what my mom does. But IBM was really the only thing happening in our little town. And so that was kind of a lot of people's goals to work at IBM. So I want to ask you about doing stand up comedy because that's where you would kind of start your career, right? And I think you started doing it pretty early. How did you get into stand up? Stand up, I started my senior in high school. There was a radio contest of who can do the funniest impression in the Hudson valley. And my mom heard about this on the radio and she said she came up to my room and she was like, I wrote this down. You have to do this contest 'cause I hear all the voices you do in your room and you blah blah blah and I go, okay, let's do it. I'll enter this contest. And if she believed in me, you know? And I was 17 at the time. I think I had one minute to do any impression, and instead I wanted to make to as many impressions as I could in one minute. I think I ended up doing like ten impressions. You know, Bill Cosby, Casey Kasem, bullwinkle, John Travolta, you know, and I was basing it all off someone gave me a troll doll as a graduation gift like a good luck class of 1992. And it was a troll doll holding a diploma. And I thought it was very nice, but also what I'm gonna do with this doll, you know? And so I remember doing different celebrities auditioning for a commercial for troll dolls. So I would do Travolta and go like, she's like, you know, like, who does his hair? Like, what kind of dolls this, you know, his albums and legs don't even move. And I remember at the time I was in the bullwinkle, and so I did bullwinkle, saying like, these tools were nice, but I'd rather play with myself or something like that. And then I pulled out a bullwinkle doll. And I go, oh, you know what I mean? You know, I'll play with the doll, and then I go next up, peewee Herman, and it was right when the scandal was coming out. And I closed with peewee going. I know what you mean. I like to play with myself too. And I did that and that was my closer, and it was like, topical, edgy. You know, all in one minute and it's like, whoo. I had a solid minute. And I ended up winning the contest and then I got the bug that the comedy club bananas, and Poughkeepsie, New York, they said, would you come emcee? And so I used to work on weekends. My dad would drive me to gigs, and just stand up. You knew, right? Already in high school that you wanted to be on Saturday Night Live. And you went to college and you eventually, you dropped out while you were in college you were doing stand up, you were saying. Were you methodical and intentional about it? I mean, were you thinking to yourself, this is like, I need to do this to get better and better, or did you just love doing it? Or was it both of those things? Better and better, I think, was my first thing. I got to just get better enough. So if I kept having dreams of Lorne Michaels calling me up, finding me in Albany, England, like Jimmy, Dana Carvey sick, we need you to come in, you know, and I go done, I can do, I can do the church lady, you know, and whatever, and you think that way, you go like, why would no one would ever call someone to come in and replace the church lady or whatever Dane is bits, you know, that he's doing already, but that in my head I pictured him doing that and going, that's the way I'm gonna get on Saturday Night Live. I mean, you, when you dropped out of college, you decided to move to Los Angeles you were 21. And you were moving out there with the single pursuit of just honing your craft trying to get better and better. You had a plan in mind. I worked at this local newspaper in Troy, New York, outside of Albany, called metroland, and the owner of metroland was this guy Peter islin, who is moving to LA to become a music manager. So he was leaving Albany to go to where Hollywood is. I mean, where the business was. So I was working I was a secretary, so I would answer the phones and he was leaving and I said, hey, if you see anybody, here's my headshot and my tape of my troll act that I was doing in college, my troll doll act, I go, if you see anybody, and he goes, I'm not doing comedy, but okay, I'll take it with me and he took it with him to LA and he worked at this company and there was this woman that worked there called her name is Randy Siegel and she worked for a manager named ray Rio at brillstein gray. And now that's a lot of names. But let me explain something. Bernie brillstein and Brad gray were the biggest entertainment managers in the business. And anyone who knew anything about Saturday Night Live at the time, a lot of cast members were on the roster. So I go, oh my gosh. If any connection to brillstein gray. Yeah, that's my step in. This is getting closer and closer, Jimmy. This is something. So Randy called me in Albany and said, Jimmy Fallon, this is Randy Siegel. She goes, I think you have something. And I think you have to come out to LA immediately. Because it's a thing called pilot season. And this is when people try out for shows. And you could get a sitcom and blah, blah, blah, and she goes, I think you're a little green, but we could work on your act and I think we can get you on to something. I think you're very castable and you're likeable and funny. And I go, I don't really want to be on a sitcom, though. I'd love to be on I want to be on Saturday Night Live. And she was like, okay. All right, well, I mean good. That's great. I mean, hey, if you can do that, fantastic, but let's audition for other shows just so you can get used to this thing. We'll work on getting Saturday Night Live. That's a long shot. And so I go, I'm just going to call my parents and say, hey, I got this opportunity and I don't think it's going to come again. And I borrowed all the money I could borrow to $3000 maybe from my dad. My grandparents let me money and I moved out to LA. I flew out on some airline that doesn't exist anymore. But they were like, just get out here now. You could sleep on the couch and just go to auditions and this is the way you're gonna do it and I go, okay. So when you got out there, when you got out to LA, what do you remember what was it like? What did you do? I lived on another one of the managers couches. I slept on his couch in his living room. For probably about a month and a half or two months until I could find a place in my own to see how I can afford. I didn't have a car 'cause my dad was like, you can't afford it. You can't drive out and all this stuff. And that was a really big mistake because in LA you need to get involved. Anywhere. You can't go across the street without driving. You go, wait, I can see, I know you can see it, but you can't get there. I mean, in LA, they go, I know the best place to go for a walk. You'll wear the take the four O 5 to the one O one. No, I have to drive to get to the place you walk. So I'm like, everything's driving. So I'm like, that was a mistake, but I used to get rides. And then go to the club early and just wait and stay there until it's my time to go on stage, you know? And you would just do, you would just do any stand up gig, you could get. Anything. I did any gig, I can get a DM prov was my home club. I auditioned for them and so they said yes, you'll get like a Thursday night spot or something like that. I go, okay, so Thursday night, they put you up ten 45 or 11 o'clock at night. And you get paid $7 and 13 cents or something weird and technical like that. I still have one of the check stubs. And you just work on your act and you keep showing up and if you do well, they invite you back and you do next Thursday, next Thursday, it becomes a steady gig. You do Wednesday and Thursday, and then you get invited to do a weekend gig. A Saturday.

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"jimmy fallon" Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

07:19 min | Last month

"jimmy fallon" Discussed on How I Built This

"A few years ago, I received a call from a producer on The Tonight Show. She wanted to know if I could come to New York the next week and appear as a guest. Once I cut through my minor panic and heart palpitations, I asked, why me? Well, to my great surprise and delight. She told me Jimmy Fallon was a fan of the show. Turns out he's obsessed with stories about founders. Over the years, I've had a few more opportunities to come on his show and talk about some of the founders we've had on this show and usually Jimmy pitches me on a bunch of his business ideas. He's wanted to make toaster waffles embedded with emojis, cheese slices, shaped like circles, so they fit better on hamburgers, and even vitamins and eye drop form. And some of his ideas have turned into real products, for example. If you wear glasses, you might find yourself fidgeting with them from time to time, twirling them around by the arms. Jimmy invented a pair of glasses where the hinge is on a ball bearing that twirls. And warby Parker actually produced them. All the proceeds, like most of the products Jimmy sells or endorses, go to charity. Anyway, one of the things I noticed about Jimmy and The Tonight Show crew is that it is an incredibly well oiled machine. But more importantly, every single person associated with the show, whether it was a page who brought me up the elevator to the security team at check in to the bookers to the segment producers to the makeup crew to Jimmy himself, each person is incredibly kind. Like so kind, you notice it, and that's not by accident. The person you see on TV every night, delivering a monologue or dressing up as a character and singing or playing a game with a celebrity, he really seems to be exactly that person offscreen as well. Jimmy Fallon is interested in the people he talks to. He almost always has a story to tell and he's usually laughing. And he happens to have built an incredible brand around his personality, even if it wasn't intentional or part of a plan. Jimmy Fallon is now one of the most important drivers of revenue for NBC. And outside of his relentless job as host of The Tonight Show, he somehow manages to run a production company that produces several TV shows, he writes children's books, records music, and is constantly coming up with new business ideas. Like all the people I've had on this show, Jimmy Fallon is an entrepreneurial thinker. He's restless, always needing to create something new. But as a kid, he was also super focused, almost hyper focused on one unwavering goal to one day become a cast member on Saturday Night Live. He even knew the name of the executive producer Lorne Michaels. Jimmy grew up in the 70s and 80s in upstate New York in a middle class Irish Catholic family, and early on, in order to learn everything he could about comedy and performing, he invested in some serious, high end technology. Garage sales were like a happening thing in the 80s. And so I went to a disgrace on a buddy reel to reel, recorder, a tiny one, and you know, you could record with the real for hours. So I would record radio shows. I would record TV. I would record Saturday Night Live. So if it was on and I was awake or watching it, I would record Steve Martin's monologue on a real to real and then I'd have it and so I could listen to it again and memorize it and lip sync it or perform it or pretend it was Steve Martin and go, hey, okay, okay, and now I'm gonna do this. You know, and I want to actually sound like him or do him or do Richard Pryor imitate exactly his joke and his timing and that was like basically owning records but I didn't have to spend the money on records. I could just tape it off one speaker on my heath kit television set. What are you comfortable like just getting up in front of people, your parents friends, kids at school on stage at school and just performing? You know, I wasn't really, I'm trying to remember where it actually kind of flipped over, but our grandparents used to live in our backyard. Not like in the yard. In a little house, yeah. You have head, exactly. They added in a cage. You would throw food at them. They would live, they had a little cottage, kind of in the back, tiny, tiny. So we'd have parties all the time. There was a lot of drinking and singing and crying, and a lot of entertaining. Everyone would get up and sing something, you know? My parents would say, hey, you and glory go do something or sing a song or do you have anything you want to your sister? Yeah, so we would perform and we would do these the Saturday Night Live check brothers, not even knowing what the jokes meant. The ball jazz. We would be dressed in like the disco E outfits, you know, from my dad's closet, my mom's closet and hats floppy has been like, we are too wild and crazy, guys. Anyway, we have to go to Statue of Liberty to get birth control devices. That told us that in America, many American park rangers distribute the birth control devices. And my grandmother would be like, what are they? What are they saying? We didn't know what that meant. I thought it was like a robot thing or something. A device, a birth control device. I didn't know what jokes, but we were just doing it, and we were getting laughs. So that was kind of a thing. Then, you know, I got into Rodney dangerfield, you know, at an early age and I would put on one of my dad's ties and I would just do his act. My wife's cooking so bad, you know? And this is a ten year old kid talking to you. My wife, oh, her cooking is so bad. Since when is toast have bones, you know? All right. I think my parents are gonna be like a dollar. You know, or my grandparents would give me like 50 cents to do it, you know? Yeah, I wonder, I mean, because you can make an analogy between a kid who's just really talented at a basketball or baseball. And there are kids like Mike Trout was an amazing youth baseball player, right? Like Bryce Harper, people knew that at the time. Did anybody when you were ten, 11, 12, say to you or your parents? He's really talented. Like this is not just funny, fun, like there's something here. I don't know, you know, I don't think so. I remember, I got some report card once and said, I smiled too much. Which is hilarious to me. He doesn't take things serious. I think they were kind of was their point or something because I would just, I would just laugh if someone said something to me, I think, but I do remember that report card coming back and like, what a weird thing for someone to say. I think it was kindergarten. Who would ever say your kid smiles too much? But that was a real actual report from my teacher. I do remember graduating from 8th grade, my yearbook said, and this is true. If you believe me over this podcast, I can somehow get a photo to you somehow or maybe I'll tweet it when this airs,.

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Biden to appear on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' during Western trip

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 months ago

Biden to appear on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' during Western trip

"President Joe Biden will mix in a little pleasure with his business during a trip to Los Angeles this week It's Jimmy Kimmel Live Tonight Joe Biden makes his first in person appearance at a late night talk show since becoming president He'll be doing a guest shot on ABC's Jimmy Kimmel Live Biden will do the show on Wednesday while he's in Los Angeles to host the 9th summit of the Americas and like many visitors to LA he'll end up on Hollywood Boulevard where any number of celebrities are honored with sidewalk stars and weird Kimmel tapes his show last December Biden did The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon except he did that show remotely not in person I'm Oscar bell's

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Rain dampens the 1st White House Easter Egg Roll since 2019

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 4 months ago

Rain dampens the 1st White House Easter Egg Roll since 2019

"The the the the White White White White House House House House has has has has resumed resumed resumed resumed a a a a long long long long standing standing standing standing tradition tradition tradition tradition firstly firstly firstly the the the Jill Jill Jill Biden Biden Biden and and and the the the president president president welcome welcome welcome some some some thirty thirty thirty thousand thousand thousand kids kids kids and and and adults adults adults to to to a a a soggy soggy soggy south south south lawn lawn lawn for for for the the the first first first egg egg egg rolls rolls rolls since since since before before before the the the virus virus virus pandemic pandemic pandemic this this this year year year were were were finally finally finally getting getting getting together together together again again again and and and it's it's it's so so so special special special the the the theme theme theme was was was education education education a a a nod nod nod to to to the the the first first first lady's lady's lady's job job job as as as a a a teacher teacher teacher with with with the the the lawn lawn lawn divided divided divided into into into educational educational educational stations stations stations brown brown brown bear bear bear brown brown brown bear bear bear what what what do do do you you you see see see a a a and and and a a a reading reading reading nook nook nook where where where tonight tonight tonight show show show host host host Jimmy Jimmy Jimmy Fallon Fallon Fallon joined joined joined the the the first first first couple couple couple with with with his his his own own own book book book about about about grandmothers grandmothers grandmothers I I I know know know you you you love love love nana nana nana banana banana banana loves loves loves you you you more more more Sager Sager Sager remained remained remained on on on the the the Washington Washington Washington

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CDC Faces Bipartisan Scorn Over Muddled Messages

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:48 sec | 7 months ago

CDC Faces Bipartisan Scorn Over Muddled Messages

"The left is turning on the left. I mean, even the left knows how ridiculous it has been to try to keep up with the CDC with Fauci with doctor Collins. Yeah, you can't keep up with these folks. Here's Jimmy Fallon. Listen to this, according to the CDC, only one in ten adults in the U.S. eat enough fruits and vegetables. Good timing on this new CDC. It sort of feels like their version of, hey, what's over there? It's a bird. Look, you have the CDC says adults should eat two to three cups of vegetables a day. Wait, now they're saying four to 5. No wait no, now they're saying only one. Basically, barely one or two. You're filing one. Yeah, we'll figure it out. Yeah, we'll figure it out. That's a comedian on the

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TV host Seth Meyers contracts COVID-19, show dark this week

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 7 months ago

TV host Seth Meyers contracts COVID-19, show dark this week

"Late late night night host host Seth Seth Meyers Meyers has has tested tested positive positive for for covert covert nineteen nineteen marches marches are are a a letter letter with with the the latest latest NBC NBC has has canceled canceled this this week's week's episodes episodes of of late late night night with with Seth Seth Meyers Meyers after after he he tested tested positive positive for for covert covert nineteen nineteen Myers Myers tweets tweets he he feels feels fine fine and and credits credits the the vaccine vaccine and and a a booster booster shot shot for for that that he he asks asks viewers viewers to to tune tune in in next next Monday Monday to to see see what what cool cool location location he he will will try try to to pass pass off off as as a a studio studio covert covert is is creating creating all all sorts sorts of of problems problems on on late late night night TV TV lately lately Saturday Saturday Night Night Live Live did did a a show show without without a a live live audience audience last last month month because because of of the the growing growing number number of of cases cases fellow fellow TV TV host host Jimmy Jimmy Fallon Fallon said said right right before before Christmas Christmas he he tested tested positive positive despite despite being being fully fully vaccinated vaccinated

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 Biden set to make 1st late-night TV appearance as president

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 8 months ago

Biden set to make 1st late-night TV appearance as president

"President president Joe Joe Biden Biden is is looking looking to to boost boost his his own own ratings ratings by by making making a a late late night night talk talk show show appearance appearance on on Friday Friday when when he he appears appears on on The The Tonight Tonight Show Show with with Jimmy Jimmy Fallon Fallon it it will will be be Joe Joe Biden's Biden's first first late late night night TV TV appearance appearance since since becoming becoming president president it it will will be be a a tape tape virtual virtual one one so so he he won't won't have have to to worry worry about about having having is is here here must must stop stop like like founded founded to to then then candidate candidate Donald Donald Trump Trump before before his his election election it it won't won't be be his his first first rodeo rodeo with with Fallon Fallon he he was was on on an an April April twenty twenty twenty twenty and and and and twenty twenty sixteen sixteen as as he he wrapped wrapped up up eight eight years years as as president president Obama's Obama's vice vice president president and and it it won't won't just just be be for for laughs laughs Biden Biden has has suffered suffered a a steep steep drop drop in in popularity popularity polls polls and and has has been been under under pressure pressure to to engage engage more more with with the the media media as as he he tries tries to to get get his his agenda agenda passed passed this this stiff stiff congressional congressional resistance resistance I'm I'm asking asking well well Gabriel Gabriel president president Joe Joe Biden Biden is is looking looking to to boost boost his his own own writings writings by by making making a a late late night night talk talk show show appearance appearance on on Friday Friday when when he he appears appears on on The The Tonight Tonight Show Show with with Jimmy Jimmy Fallon Fallon it it will will be be Joe Joe Biden's Biden's first first late late night night TV TV appearance appearance since since becoming becoming president president it it will will be be a a tape tape virtual virtual one one so so he he won't won't have have to to worry worry about about having having is is here here must must stop stop like like founded founded to to then then candidate candidate Donald Donald Trump Trump before before his his election election it it won't won't be be his his first first rodeo rodeo with with Fallon Fallon he he was was on on an an April April twenty twenty twenty twenty and and and and twenty twenty sixteen sixteen as as he he wrapped wrapped up up eight eight years years as as president president Obama's Obama's vice vice president president and and it it won't won't just just be be for for laughs laughs Biden Biden has has suffered suffered a a steep steep drop drop in in popularity popularity polls polls and and has has been been under under pressure pressure to to engage engage more more with with the the media media as as he he tries tries to to get get his his agenda agenda passed passed this this stiff stiff congressional congressional resistance resistance I'm I'm

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Tom Brady, Tampa Bay Buccaneers Beat Dallas Cowboys in Season Opener

DSC On Demand

00:58 sec | 11 months ago

Tom Brady, Tampa Bay Buccaneers Beat Dallas Cowboys in Season Opener

"The nfl season opener. Last night brady threw four touchdown passes three hundred seventy nine yards and led the tampa. Bay buccaneers game winning drive to beat the dallas cowboys. Thirty one twenty nine last night in tampa bay jimmy fallon put last night's matchup in perspective. The buccaneers are trying to win their second straight super bowl and tom. Brady's eighth after that brady will have to make a bold choice whether or not to become a summering guy who's a big match of dallas. I'm tampa bay in texas versus florida fans from both teams. Were looking at each other. Like thank god. We don't live there. Cowboy's quarterback dak prescott was marvelous as well over four hundred yards in his return from a nasty ankle injury so showed no signs. He was fearless. He was great as the 2021. Nfl season kicked off with a terrific game and yet another winning performance by the tampa bay quarterback tom

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‘the Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon’ Renewed for 5 Years

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

‘the Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon’ Renewed for 5 Years

"A long term deal for Jimmy Fallon on the Tonight Show. NBC says the host will captain the late night shift for at least another five years balance start hosting the broadcast in 2014. No, he's gone from first to third place in total viewers Find Stephen Colbert Jimmy Kimmel Balance still does well in younger viewers and online. It's up

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Pete Davidson on the Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon

Z Morning Zoo

01:07 min | 1 year ago

Pete Davidson on the Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon

"Think that should think this through. You think that? I think that if you stop what the hell are you talking about? My pretty name. Your mom's same was Mm hmm. Talk about your mind with a world so it doesn't matter if it wasn't so much fun. I really couldn't care less and you can give him my best, but just I'm not sure. Yes, I think that should think this through. I think that you think this e don't want press to put your name next to mine on

How Pete Davidson Tricked Alec Baldwin Into Losing 100 Pounds

Z Morning Zoo

01:04 min | 1 year ago

How Pete Davidson Tricked Alec Baldwin Into Losing 100 Pounds

"Jimmy Fallon, and they were talking about Alec Baldwin, who did his whole trip. As you know, President Trump when he was on for a while, and he was on every week and all that. And so they were talking about how Alec Baldwin had lost a lot of weight recently and Pete Davidson took credit for and said it was all because of a lie that I told them on set and Alec was hosting. And it was a sketch where I had to be shirtless and like I'm a little bit cut or whatever. So he came up to me. And he was like, what do you do? And I don't want to be rude and say like I'm not in my mid 15. I just wake up like that. So to make him feel better. I was like, Oh, man, I do 100 push ups. 100 set ups every day. And he was like got it on. Then I would see him every week and we would write the law would be like 100 a day. And he started to do it and he lost like £100. Yeah, he looks fantastic. He's and it says it's all things like to begin with. 100 Day got it. TV lined up for tonight. There's a new shows on kung

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TikTok Dances: Who gets the credit?

ICYM?I?

02:02 min | 1 year ago

TikTok Dances: Who gets the credit?

"Addison. Rae easterling is a white tiktok star. Who has a whopping seventy nine million followers. A burgeoning pop career and a starring role in forthcoming reboot of. She's all that because clearly. We cannot make a movie. That is not a superhero. Movie or reboot in twenty twenty. One now lives detected. Last week she performed the dance of cardi b.'s. Up which is the current number one song on the country and absolute bangor. If you haven't heard it often stuff up tennis. She performed this dance tonight. Show jimmy fallon. Addison i'm so happy to have you on the show here in studio we appreciate it. Thank you so much for for for doing this. And thank you for teaching me. Tiktok dances. I tried but the thing is. It's not actually her dance. It's true. creators are two black texas teenagers. who were just sitting in class. When they learned one tiktok biggest stars had gone viral with something that they had created in the segment. Jimmy fallon is standing on stage holding giant cue cards With the names of various tiktok dances written on them. Well his house band. The roots plays covers of each dances corresponding songs and each song plays. Addison begins a new dance including the dance. You are having deja vu hearing this. That's because this quite literally has happened before a little over a year ago tick tock actual biggest star because believe it or not having. How many followers did you say. She had a seventy nine million. Having seventy nine million followers does not make you the most followed person on the platform. Charlie allio tiktok biggest star came under fire for popularizing the renegade dance without crediting. It's true creator of black atlanta teenager named delay a harmon. Eric only credit after an online uproar. Which is exactly what's happening now to maya johnson. Chris qatar the two kids behind the up.

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NBC's 'Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon' brings its live audience back

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

NBC's 'Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon' brings its live audience back

"Show starring Jimmy Fallon is playing to a live audience. Once again, NBC Late Night Institution, returned to Studio six B Monday night after taping at home or in a smaller studio with no live audience. For more than a year after last year. This is like performing at a sold out Madison Square Garden. I really feel that way

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NBC's 'Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon' brings its live audience back

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

NBC's 'Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon' brings its live audience back

"Jimmy Fallon played to a live audience again. The NBC late an institution returned to Studio six B Monday night after taping at home or in a smaller studio, with no live audience for more than a year after last year. This is like performing at a sold out Madison Square Garden. It really feels that way in keeping with covert social distancing protocols, that crowd was less than a full house, Fallon told the audience. I've never been so excited to do a show for 15 people in My entire

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Unusual Trouble At Red-Hot Startup Dispo

Techmeme Ride Home

02:38 min | 1 year ago

Unusual Trouble At Red-Hot Startup Dispo

"Remember despu that hot new photo social app that we were keeping our eye on as a potential next big thing despu basically made you wait until the morning before your photos developed in quotes was co founded by famous youtuber. David dark well. One of dispose. Major backers spark capital has suddenly announced. It is quote severing all ties with despu after claims of sexual assault against a member of dough bricks. Vlog squad arose last week. I suppose i need to back up and explain a bit david. Dobby has been called the jimmy fallon of gen z for his popular youtube videos which apparently focus on comedy and pranks and stunts and the like tens millions of subscribers. Nobody is one of those youtubers. That has one of those multimillion dollar mansions that is extensively the scene of a lot of his videos. He also has this sort of entourage of people known as the wlac squad who also star in his videos. It is a member of the long squad that is accused of the sexual assault though there have been some other questionable incidents lately that dober- himself has recently apologized for in video anyway without getting too in the weeds overall that last week mr dobric was losing sponsors left and right hellofresh dollar shave club. Ea sports seatgeek all severed ties. The very first link in the show notes can give you a rundown of all of that. Now normally i do tend to steer clear of these sorts of youtube star and influence or controversies but there is real sort of industry news here. Because i can't really recall seeing this happened before quoting techcrunch. In light of the recent news about the wlac squat and david dobric the co founder of despu. We have made the decision. To sever all ties with the company spark capital tweeted. We have stepped down from our position on the board and we are in the process of making arrangements to ensure we do not profit from our recent investment in despu and quote spark capital's decision to step back from the despu investment. Feels like a first of its kind. And if not rare it could trigger other investors with stakes in the company to do the same spark capital led a series a. in despu a twenty million dollar financing event that valued the company at two hundred million dollars less than a month ago. The current statement by spark does not indicate that the investment has been pulled from the company yet spark capital did not immediately respond to requests for comment in regards to what this process would look like and if the shares will be sold back to the company or to another buyer

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The Hey Robot Game

Voice in Canada

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

The Hey Robot Game

"I just have a little fun game view to play today with lexi and it's not a particular skill is something that you can do you. Maybe even if you if you're a fan of jimmy fallon because he plays this game called hey robot and he uses an echo device for this game and here's how it works. He comes up with words. And then you have to say things to lexi to get her to say that word. Of course without saying the word yourself ed so you could play this in in teams. You can play this game with opponents. Basically one team can come up with the word and they have to get another team has to get lexi to say. It's a lot of fun so if you search for some Videos you'll find some youtube videos of jimmy fallon playing this game hayride with the number of celebrities. It's pretty cool. And i've tried playing this with my family so lot of fund so i suggest you check it out. Some words can be pretty darn hard At others can be. Anyway it's It's fun to to pass few minutes so try that out. See what you think. And i hope you have a good time playing that game

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Shailene Woodley confirms that she and Aaron Rodgers are engaged

DSC On Demand

01:23 min | 1 year ago

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

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Shailene Woodley Confirms Engagement With Aaron Rodgers

Daily Pop

03:12 min | 1 year ago

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.

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"jimmy fallon" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"jimmy fallon" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"It looks like a four marble Ralph we've had We've had an accident. And now the turquoise ball is behind. Don't know why, but Jimmy Fallon saying We're at the end of our first week of quarantine affected me emotionally, boy, I was like, Oh, boy, we had no idea we all thought is got a fun people doing stuff from home and my favorite bands doing a concert that's gonna last couple weeks. This girl like a week off. What? The act two weeks to slow the spread every Yeah. Oh, boy, You know, there's sometimes in life, Jack when you really want to know what you're getting into its useful and there are absolutely sometimes in life where it's a good thing. You don't No like if somebody had explained to may In plain terms. What my first couple of jobs would be like if you had known your if you knew your whole career path at the time, I don't think you could start your career. Yeah, it's possible. Yeah, And then just when it's looking good disaster. What? Oh, there's nothing. It's took out and then you know, you know, nobody will ever remember this. Unless you were living in paying attention. Joe Biden was basically a joke candidate for a lot of, you know, supposedly smart. Political people in the same well in a different way that that Trump was a joke candidate. We've had two presidents elected in a row that we're treated his joke candidate for a substantial length of time. Oh, speaking of substantial, I don't know how easy this would be do but on air meeting If next year the clips were longer and bigger and more sprawling. I wouldn't have any objection that we find. I hope we're here next year. I mean, like, for instance, Yeah, talking about assumptions. Um, like the Madonna thing. How to love to hear more of that. It was so exquisitely putrefying said a word go away, inducing. Yeah, but it was so wonderfully horrible Just because I brought it up a moment ago. Um There is I don't care Who's the mayor of New York? But there's a New York mayoral election next year. Do you know why the elections like that? Same with California governor and all this yourself? You know why they have those in those off years because they know the turnout is going to be listen to a podcast about this yesterday in New York, for instance, that it goes back to the Tammany Hall days when they ran the entire city. Um, they got it into off years when they knew the turnout would be so low. It's the same reason that good for governor in California and all you have to do is turn out your unions right, which will turn out because nobody else votes. Interesting stat on that. De Blasio, the mayor of New York, enormous Communist who was elected with 8% of the vote. 8% got 8% of eligible voters. Voted for him because the turnout was so low. Getting 8% to his opponent, 6%. That's enoughto win. Yeah, Isn't that amazing? And that's one of the great cities on Earth. Yeah, the way incumbents in certain states and then way they've you know, they've changed when people voting everything like that. That's the biggest advantage you can possibly have. That is by design. It is a healer, not a bug. Absolutely. Which is why, for instance, in California, the advocates of recalling Gavin New Cellini are so intent on doing it in a recall. Because zealots will turn out the average voter will not now the union folks will absolutely try to turn their people out. But the masses of probably Democratic voters won't We'll see how that plays out. Interesting stuff. Anyway, We got more clips of the year coming up taking your text. Any predictions or anything You remember from the air? You'd like to talk about our text line. 415295 K f D. C. I know we we have the band names of the year. Oh, no, that sort of stuff We gotta Sprinkle in throughout the show and things you have never done or had or store or something around, So he's astounding to me right all on the way way and getting.

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"jimmy fallon" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

The Steve Harvey Morning Show

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"jimmy fallon" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"Of it and can't stop touching it. It's fifty five years old. That's so weird to me. I've tried not to Nag him. But how can I get it to stop? Touch it Flynn. All Right? We'll be back with more of the Steve Harvey Morning Show coming up right after this. You're listening to Steve, Harvey Morning Show. All Right? It's that time again. Junior gear up again with some sports. Let's go. Let's have it's or it's news. Surely. Surely. I talking about how. We. Do Sports new. We just talk about what we heard. You. Now all I heard mobility momentum is building towards the NBA right. It's supposed to come back to some so the NBA is beginning to move forward with plans to resume the season in Orlando at Disneyworld teams. Expect the League to tell the wind start recalling their players as soon as next week so. I guess there will be two week quarantine co staff players, and everything hit a crazy part of this. Remember to join documentary land. We'll summit summit. Is that Michael? Jordan actually kept Isaiah Thomas. AUDRAIN T. Knew it off do. Don't you? Join Hands Debbie. You say join hand. You own team. While you ring. Kissed Theresa. Yard. If, he played this. Was Petty what I say it is. Bad for all right, we'll have more. News. I'm from Chicago. Thirty. For you try, thank you is I say? Replay for Detroit. Harvey Morning Show and some turning news coming up at thirty three minutes after the hour right after this you're listening to. Morning, show. You guys saw the viral video. The white lady known on social. Media Central Part Karen Her name is Amy Cooper who, on Monday call the police while in Central Park New York and pretended a black man pretended now faked it out that a black man was attacking her while he simply asked her to leash her dog. Take a listen. Please don't come close to me. Please don't. Please don't come close. please. Please call the cops. Please call the. African American man threatening my life. Please tell them whatever you like. I'm sorry. RAMBLE and there's A. Is. Recording in threatening me and my dog. There is an African American..

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"jimmy fallon" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

The Steve Harvey Morning Show

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"jimmy fallon" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"Testicles or he'll stick his hands in its pants while he's talking to me even sleeps on his back with his hands on his private parts. Every night seems to be really proud of it and can't stop touching it. It's fifty five years old. That's so weird to me. I've tried not to Nag him. But how can I get it to stop touch it? Flynn all right. We'll be back with more of the Steve Harvey Morning. Show coming up right after this. You're listening to Steve Harvey Morning. Show all right. It's that time again. Junior gear up again with some sports. Let's go let's have it's or to news surely surely I talking about how we do sports new. We just talk about what we heard you now. All I heard Mobility momentum is building towards the NBA. Right it's supposed to come back to some so the NBA is beginning to move forward with plans. To resume the season in Orlando at Disneyworld teams. Expect the League to tell the wind start recalling their players as soon as next week so I guess there will be two week. Quarantine Co staff players and everything. Hit a crazy part of this. Remember to join documentary land. We'll summit summit came up. Is that Michael? Jordan actually kept Isaiah. Thomas Audrain t knew it off do. Don't you.

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"jimmy fallon" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

The Steve Harvey Morning Show

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"jimmy fallon" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"Chris. Rock so let you say. Don't matter man is fallon we know who Jimmy is. I haven't seen anything I HAVEN'T SEEN ANYTHING RACES. Outta Jimmy. No baby court-martialed years. It'd be back on what people have done. Twenty years ago. This is insensitive. I'm not excusing it but But it was twenty years but call it I can say is we are three comedians. That that's on the panel today. We've done some things twenty years ago. Those that those jokes. We wouldn't dare do because I know you're not doing. Yeah I was just going to say it's the whole connotation what the black face you know as far as African Americans. That's where goes you know that yes sure. That's what it is and it's just one of those taboo things like we say the N. Word but other races can't say the N. Word that's right. Yeah know what Shirley if you look at if you look at Eddie Murphy and delirious. There's some things that he could not do now that he didn't delirious get into them. Read jeans you can't do was real. Hey all right all right coming up at the top of the hour. Steve's out the chief love officers out but guess WHO's here bitter and we're GONNA do a little bitter man with J. Anthony Brown coming up right after this. You're listening to morning show. Rene.

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"jimmy fallon" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

The Steve Harvey Morning Show

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"jimmy fallon" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"GONNA. Get some saying instant places. That shouldn't be worry about that. Walk to the ocean risk comeback. Start over again. You can get your groove on in the Gulf this weekend. GOOF This week right right before a hurricane. You get right there in the Gulf this weekend we lease. They had. IN PLACE TO GO I. Don't mind having said. Ashley. In your. Phone number. Totally. June! You won't see me I. Just told I've been quarantined six seven days. Somebody touched me. But she looking for two men at. And where you draw the line with a brother Live Mossy I'm not saying nothing wrong, but you need to find to me that like me. Do what you want it. All right all right guys. That's it Thank you. Beast in a lonely man. Post your comments today, strawberry letter the Steve Harvey FM on Instagram and on facebook, and please check out the strawberry letter podcast on demand now coming up at forty six minutes after the hour trending entertainment news Jimmy Fallon has apologized for wearing black face twenty years ago. We're going to talk about it right after this. You're listening. Steve Harvey Morning Show. Well Jimmy Fallon has apologized for a black faith. He did twenty years ago and Saturday night live. The video is now resurfaced for some reason in the sketch Jimmy comes out in black face, dressed as Chris, rock to join Regis. Philbin played by Darrell Hammond to do jokes. Yesterday Jimmy Fallon apologized by posting a statement on social media. He says in two thousand while on SNL I made a terrible decision to do an impersonation of Chris Rock while in black face, there is no excuse for this I am very sorry for making this unquestionably offensive decision, and thank you all for holding me accountable, so guys. What do you think I mean three comedians professional comedians right here? Look like Jimmy Fallon. And I look at it. Like is Chris Rock offended. Is Chris Rock upset about it, and if he apologized so many years ago for something that he did twenty years ago. Why why is this resurfacing? Wise is back. Why are we still talking? Apologize when he didn't and he's. You Know Eddie. Murphy played a white man on Saturday night. Live nobody. Went on the bus on the bus. With that and I thought he did a good Chris. Rob It wasn't. The problem was jokes when Damn funny he did look like. Chris! He had near the mannerist. Adam down, and that's what you do. This is satire. He was you know. Make. This did did did Jimmy right this. Is He just an actor? Playing the role did this. Come from? Right isn't produce. ECOED could suggest because he does do.

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"jimmy fallon" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

The Steve Harvey Morning Show

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"jimmy fallon" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"GONNA get some saying instant places that shouldn't be about that walk up to the ocean. Risk Comeback Start over again. You can get your groove on in the Gulf this weekend. Goof this week right right before you get right there in the Gulf this weekend we lease they had in place to go. I don't mind having said Ashley in your phone number totally June. You won't see me. I just told I've been quarantined. Six seven days. Somebody touched me but she looking for two men at and where you draw the line with a brother live Mossy. I'm not saying nothing wrong but you need to find to me that like me do what you want it all right all right guys. That's it Thank you beast in a lonely man. Post your comments today. Strawberry letter the Steve Harvey FM on Instagram. And on facebook. And please check out the strawberry letter podcast on demand now coming up at forty six minutes after the hour trending entertainment news. Jimmy Fallon has apologized for wearing black face twenty years ago. We're going to talk about it right after this. You're listening Steve Harvey Morning Show well. Jimmy Fallon has apologized for a black faith. He did twenty years ago and Saturday. Night live the video is now resurfaced for some reason in the sketch. Jimmy comes out in black face dressed as Chris. Rock to join Regis Philbin played by. Darrell Hammond to do jokes yesterday. Jimmy Fallon apologized by posting a statement on social media. He says in two thousand while on. Snl I made a terrible decision to do an impersonation of Chris Rock while in black face. There is no excuse for this. I am very sorry for making this unquestionably offensive decision. And thank you. All for holding me accountable. So guys what do you think? I mean. Three comedians professional comedians right. Here look like Jimmy Fallon and I look at it like. Is Chris Rock offended? Is Chris Rock upset about it and if he apologized so many years ago for something that he did twenty years ago? Why why is this? Resurfacing wise is back. Why are we still talking? Apologize when he didn't and he's you know Eddie Murphy played a white man on Saturday night live. Nobody went on the bus on the bus with that and I thought he did a good Chris Rob. It wasn't the problem was jokes when Damn funny. He did look like Chris. He had near the mannerist Adam down. And that's what you do. This is satire. He was you know make this did did did Jimmy right this. Is He just an actor? Playing the role. Did this come from right. Isn't produce ecoed suggestion. Because he does do.

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"jimmy fallon" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

The Steve Harvey Morning Show

06:54 min | 2 years ago

"jimmy fallon" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"Strawberry letter to Harvey FM. Dot Com and click submit strawberry letter we could be. We could reach your letter. Live on the air. Just read that one. Right here right there right now. And hold on tight. We had it for you here. It is strawberry letter. Thank you, nephew. Subject to is company, but it's three always a crowd. Dear Stephen Shirley I've been in a relationship for five years with the man that thinks we are exclusive. I'm in my late forties and my sex drive has been through the roof lately. My boyfriend is fifty three and he's a beast in the bedroom. But he's, but he's not enough for me and he's not as Kinky as he should be. Let me stop right here and say that perhaps I need to do disclaimer with this letter. If you have small children, you may not want them to hear this your kids. My nine hundred here is yeah yeah. Yeah! Let's do a disclaimer with this letter, okay? I'll start with starbuck with this line. My boyfriend is fifty three, and he's a beast in the bedroom, but he was not enough for me. I like saying, but he's not enough for me, and he's not as Kinky as he should be. For the first time in my life I'm a cheater. I've been having sex with the thirty year old neighbor, and it is fun and spontaneous, and he gives me the fire that I desire. This is not the only man I'm seeing on the side though I have reunited with an old boyfriend. I know we're going to have sex sooner or later and I'm ready for him I. Don't feel bad about it because my boyfriend cheated on me early in our relationship and I was all sad and felt like I did something wrong, but now I understand that cheating is harmless. If you do it discreetly and used protection, so here's my dilemma. Dilemma I'm sure my boyfriend may suspect that I've changed in the bedroom. Because the asked me about a new move that I did on him I have explained to him that I'm always in the mood, and that I've got to have it, but I don't think it's registering to him. What I mean I want to be open and honest with him about my affair with thirty year old man and see if he'd be open to doing a threesome. I know men like threesomes with another woman in the bed, but I want to experience to men in the bed. I know this taboo subject and black men especially. Don't WanNa hear this. The difference is it's a man or woman. That's a threesome with us. How can I bring this up to my boyfriend without him? Being offended to feel like he's not doing a great job. Well I don't think he's going to be offended that he's not doing a great job I. Think you're absolutely bright. You know especially about black men. No, they're not gonNA. Want another man in the bedroom with them if you want to. Miss Freaky Tiki. You, you know you kind of contradict yourself a little bit, too. You say he's a beast in the bedroom, but then you say he's not enough for you. Okay what is going on with you? Why do you need all of this? You got your man who's a beast in the bedroom. You got thirty year old, and then you got this other guy I mean. When is it going to be enough? What if the threesome? Isn't enough? You know I mean wh what's happening with you your freakiness. Could you know get you in a lot of trouble with this relationship? You're in now this man if he really cares about you and you took him back, so you know. Maybe he's trying to make it better You said he was the first one who cheated. He really cares about you. He's not going to want to see you with another man or in your case, men. There are double standards. Sorry, you know they're just double standards. That's just how life is. You know we can't do what men can do. Men Can't do what we can do. Their double standards exceptions to every rule so I think. You know. I'm not condoning this I'm not judging you, but I just don't think you're a fifty three year. Old Man who is a beast in the bedroom is going to be down with this. I just don't see that happening for you, so you're GONNA have to. You know get your your freedom and your experience and your freakiness off some other kind of way. Tommy J., let's let's let J.. Go Steve Zahir. It's going to be Jay. Junior Tommy responding to the strawberry letter all right. Yeah Can can relate to this. Let Him. Being a beast I can relate to that. I'm older, but. Is a piece I'm just. Understand she's. She's dating a Bee's. Relate I relate. A related apply being. Beef and I don't know. I've never been a never been asked to bring in another piece. While I was a piece. Of? Pie, but his his high, she might be able to get. What she wants his another beast she got. She got a younger beast an OB. She won't. The older beast is not going to go for this. The only way a threesome is going to be enticing him is if we turn threesome into a Nansen in the other, the other women journal of. Of that is to to. In people four. Seven women that meave with the seven and one beast. He won't, he won't be. He won't pay attention to what you're doing. 'cause he'll be so busy bee sting other seven women in the room. If, you increase if you agree to a announce some, maybe the beast might go for it, but other than that he gonNa go for it I don't see it happen, and this is coming from a beast increase. Deeper right base and Here WHOA. I hear laughter in the room. And when I see. You laugh at yourself. Plenty to me. To me all right, we. Got To go to break Mr. Beast but when come back, we'll hear from junior, and then from Tommy subject of today's letter to his company, but his three all ways the crowd. We'll have part two of this letter coming up at twenty three minutes after the hour right after this. You're listening to. Morning Show. Guys let's recap today. Strawberry letter subject to is company, but three is always a crowd it was written by. A woman.

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"jimmy fallon" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

The Steve Harvey Morning Show

06:55 min | 2 years ago

"jimmy fallon" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"I love being black him play. That's what it is of racism. Man All right guys. We'll talk more about this letter protesting last night in Minneapolis. This is another tragic story that we hate to bring to you but it is what's happening. We'll come back at thirty four minutes after the hour and talk more right after this. You're listening to morning. Show a lot of protesting now Going ON IN MINNEAPOLIS. Because of the police killing of yet. Another black man This time it was George Floyd It's just a I mean you know come on and we say this all the time how much. How many more times are we going to have to say this in our lifetime before it stops is like no one cares that we're dying in the streets but us is like no one cares? They do it. We go back to normal. They do another one. We pros best. Were up in arms then happens again. You know it's like a recurring cycle. It's like a bad dream. That happens over and over and over again. The immediate action that was taken yesterday. The officers were fired. You know like we said last hour you know they were fired. Immediately in the investigation will continue but the citizens of Minneapolis. We saw some protesting last night. Everybody is just. We're tired of this game. And it teams like his open season on. Let me we're tired. One else is desensitized to it. All you know yeah go ahead as a black man. I'm just asking for you all suggestion. What are we supposed to at this point? One of the thing we need to do is we need to really get involved politic. I cannot say that were politically but lyrically so that we know who were putting in office in terms of appointing people for the police chief southern has some sensitivity about us when they get there if we don't vote and we don't really have a controlling on what happens in and I just think it's very important you know when there's so many white people I hate to keep saying that Dennis over policing black people is isn't it happens all over the country and the majority being afraid a lot of involved in the justice system you know which is not an it needs to change but day mark what Marquis. We're not involved because we're afraid to get involved stuff like this happens you know. It's a vicious cycle. It really is but we can't let that stop us. J. From being a part of a community and you know wanting things to change the question I get your question I i WanNa know. What if I run into a problem but not what do I do on? What do we need to do as a people but these people even know US telling in timing every day we wake up this? This could be us when we wake up in the morning Ahmad. Aubrey got killed because he was black. Just being blocking jogging so so that you know you. How do you answer? That question really loves though these three black men on this show right now. All three of US have had run. Ins with the laws off and man. The belittling of you is what hurt because we was treating. You took my backseat out my car and asked me what a drug that. I'm a college student. I don't even know if he could come out Took to of them were. They took my car because they said they had to take it to the station to to search it. Now my way to work you know in so we've all head and it doesn't matter how every move is the wrong move every someone and Redo lack. Yeah just being black. You can have a certain kind of car. They'll start you. You can be walking across the street a certain way it doesn't you know so that's no question. There's no answer for that question. I don't know what to do. I don't know what to do. I don't even know what to tell my kids to do. And that's the hardest thing in the world because now I'm not with them every day. I don't know what to tell them to do. But you gotta tell them what every black parent has tell. Child become in the car. Put Your hands on the steering wheel. It's the same soon. Be You have to tell them that? No such deal get shot and that's is still possible office unbelievable. I know you get choked. You get this all right. We'll be back with more of the Steve Harvey Morning. Show coming up right after this. You're listening to morning. Show coming up at the top of the hour right about four minutes after. It's my strawberry letter for today. subject to is company. But it's three always a crowd question mark We'll get to that. We'll get into it right now in the building you can hear. He's here with today's prank phone. Call which you got fourth side job cleanup. Y'All cool with that with titles. Tommy is not the top. It looks my title. Sounds you did job cleaning? Let's go get to help you Robbie I'm trying to Get an order in for some construction supplies. I need to pick up. That's which which a company The roofing company okay. Have we done this before? No no you have. This is my first time calling. I heard you guys were pretty good. Appreciate the compliment. Okay I listen I need to get this as soon as possible. Man Can I possibly pick up these supplies like in the next couple of hours Well you know we don't work that fast. It's kind of a quick turnaround. Got A little bit a backup but I can. I can do my best to depends on what you need. Okay here's is what I need man. I need five rolls of duct tape. Okay that's no problem. That's quick okay. I need plastic man. Listen if he was going GonNa wrap up something in plastic. That's like about Six foot two in height and two hundred. How much plastic. You think. I would need to wrap that up in second here. You're asking for plastic like roller plastic. Y- I'm Tom. Wrap up something. That's.

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"jimmy fallon" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

The Steve Harvey Morning Show

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"jimmy fallon" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"One zero and lift off the final lift off of it. Lance shoulders of the space shuttle. America will continue the dream. That was the last time we really had a space shuttle going up over ten years ago. That was the last time that astronauts lifted off from US soil until today when weather permitting to American astronauts lift off from Kennedy Space Center. They're beheading into the heavens on a spacecraft owned by a private company back Steve Harvey Morning. Show you're listening David. Harvey Morning Show last hour. You know we talked about the FBI. They are now investigating the killing of George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer and another painful reminder of the hatred and the racism that is so prevalent in America a cop in Minneapolis was responding to a forgery. Call batch of course when he arrested. George Floyd the officer put his knee on Floyd's neck while he was on his stomach and in handcuffs and being detained. Floyd repeatedly told the officers. I can't breathe and tragically died at the hospital. I mean again we have to ask. When will it stop and we go again? I don't get this. You know it it. We talked about this last hour saying how it went when Misa Floyd was saying I can't breathe how this reminded us of Eric Garner In Staten Island in New York and this was was that was in two thousand fourteen. We've actually surely we've met Eric Garner's mom all of us have met her. The mothers of Justice exactly. Yeah and Civil Rights Attorney. Strong women do yes. Yes it's representing attorney Benjamin crump. We talked about last hour. He's representing the family and the four officers. There were four officers list released. Ralph Lloyd Dave all been fire thank should surely does not the end right. I mean we're we're not GONNA be arrested for this or nothing yeah. The FBI has an ongoing investigation and that is definitely a step the right direction because a lot of times they don't get fire they may get relegated to a desk job or pension would ended with pay this time. They got fired. So that's a step in the right direction if you can call it that. Cd Rick showed that prosecutors rarely prosecute police police officers because they work together so cleanly. Yeah I think on what happened. What's GonNa Happen. Is it GonNa take them in the bag in what I call? Whisper talk you guys. Go home lay low. You'RE GONNA get your money with only take it. As but those people should be in jail. They should be. I don't see that happening. I mean but you know we always talk about it on this. Show that when we look at a video is is was is clear to us that this is completely wrong and how another ethnicity can look at it and think that it's you know it's it's understood why it was done this way. I don't I don't see these people keeping their job. I don't see anybody looking at this and thinking that this is justifiable. I just don't want the mayor. Minneapolis did not see that he was very all the chief of police..

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"jimmy fallon" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

The Steve Harvey Morning Show

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"jimmy fallon" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"What he wants got down there that in breed least man. I'll be right out. Being Black in America should not be a death sentence. When you hear someone calling for help you are supposed to help. And that was the mayor who also chimed in Minneapolis. Pd says the cops were answering. Guess what a call about a forgery. A you know that's all it was with forgery. No weapons were involved and it seems they said the victim appear to be high on something and for that he's did. Meanwhile a University of Connecticut student is still on the land. Twenty-three-year-old Peter Mann for Joni allegedly killed two people in Connecticut kidnapped. The girlfriend of one of the victims stole a bunch of guns and guns in a home invasion. He was last spotted in Pennsylvania and there are now reports that this guy's father Robert men for Dona was arrested last month for allegedly getting two teenage girls trump drunken groping them and he's free on five thousand dollars Bond Again. There are looking. They say for Mr Fredonia Anyway. Florida Congressman Val demings dizzy to hold back for a while with their planned reopening Disney and universal studios preparing to reopen their attractions. Pretty soon as a move that would allow many of the Florida. Democrats constituents in the Orlando area to return to work. She wants to make sure that her people are safe from the corona virus infection and adherence to the CDC guideline so. She said just hold up just a little bit unless he tara. The woman who claimed Joe Biden made her feel quote uncomfortable when she worked for him back in nineteen ninety-three she has to find new. Loye left her. Casey quit and finally to.

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"jimmy fallon" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

The Steve Harvey Morning Show

06:16 min | 2 years ago

"jimmy fallon" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"Now. Off, Talking? And then there's a Caucasian lady who started video on. This is at the same time when when I did not understand was there is a police officer that is facing the camera. of the person that's video unlike people from blocking it out, but my my my thought is. Why won't you go over handcuffed this man and y'all just put him in the car. It's over whatever he did wrong. He did that wrong, we he didn't have the DAF. Question because he's a black man. Question because he's wants once he's handcuffed. It's over. It's over one you. Retained he was on the ground. So. Yes there. You have it Tommy. There was nothing else going on. He put his knee in this man's neck for over for seven minutes. I think close to ten. Paul I really do wrong. And they call it. Did you notice? He had his left hand in his pocket. Yeah, if he was just sitting there. I don't know if you realize that, and and now the video is gone. Down everywhere. And they pretty much did arrest. They said that as well that he resisted arrest. Users fairly. Resisted arrest. When you had him handcuffed, he was arrested. So what so you had him put him in a car and move on. Seven minutes on my neck. What else you know when you need at least like know what else it's so weird that that hold is in the police record that they're allowed legal. It's legal. Okay, but how long do we need to do to know that? We have this guy under control now? When when do we have control when he when he's de? Come on man. That! It's in that means they not gonNA, take it out and it's been in there for a while, and he's not the first person that they've done like dead. Again, right, there was a crowd. They're saying there was you heard the crowd. There are a lot of people are saying. Stop this. He can't breathe. You'RE GONNA kill. This John. Lloyd even said you're going to me. Even, said it. What. We've heard that cry before for from a Black Man who? Said I can't breathe. I can't breathe, and it means nothing to though is death us so I mean just very recently. We had our motto armory. Yes, and then we lady in Central Park with the dog with the man who was filming her. The police and says an African. A man is attacking me and let's not forget the sister that was in her house and what? was arrived. They were in plainclothes. To the wrong house to house, they should've went to was across town. The person that they were looking for was already in jail and they killed her Yeah yes in Louisville it's. It's almost okay, 'cause Oklahoma. And it's very sad you could start praying for the next victim hasn't even happened yet. It's say that, but you could do that because it's going to happen again until they make some drastic changes, not really willing, yeah! I just don't like the feeling that it's open season on black man. I mean wanted people. Yeah. People period, but. The majority of understand what call is say. yeah, but you know not only black men you know. A lot of stuff goes unspoken, an unseen in the top to bottom by what happens to black women when they get stopped. Yeah. Lot of stuff, yeah, we wouldn't see any of this stuff if it wasn't for video cameras and phones and let me let me. Let me, tell you I've been longtime. Let me. Tell you got some I've been bragging you. Oughta you know my birthday I bought me a ATV remember. I bought me. You know this. RASC- The neighborhood we got the pitcher got it. And you know you can, you can ride the back roads in the woods on the dirt whole nine yards the first the first day I got it. Is Nine o'clock at night me, and my are on it and it stops. And me and my neighborhood and I'm like Oh my God and my buddy says let's walk back to my house and we'll get. We'll get my UTV jumping off and I'm like what is wrong. My Utd I just bought. It said never mind that. The we had to walk a mile and a half close to two mile. You have no idea how terrified I am is US two black men walking in the neighborhood? Shorts and flip flops on trying to get to his house I'm like man. Some go happen, dog something going to happen to the because it looks like you stole it. You right, ask look like. I don't belong in this neighborhood. You just. Pay Taxes yes. Every black mom, you know who has. Children. A son daughter all that next the fear of every black mom, when they walk out of the House, you know the Lulu. Yawning wealth and call uber get home in Atlanta. Day Week on. This out with the victim's family. Has retained civil rights attorney and our friend family member Benjamin. CRUMP says it's. For police officers to be held accountable for their actions. These actions lead many to conclude. It's open season on black people coming up next. We'll change gears here. We'll switch a little bit and nephew is on deck with run. That prank back right after this you're listening to. Morning Show. Coming up at the top of the hour and will be here..

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"jimmy fallon" Discussed on You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

03:26 min | 3 years ago

"jimmy fallon" Discussed on You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

"You could see where that that'd be very good. Now that that is out that Connor is under investigation for. The sexual assault. And it happens to line up with the retirement are the two related that becomes the next question. Conner's team has already come out. So no, they aren't related. Okay. Great the timing's a little bit weird. Because I think you don't just look at those two pieces of the time. I think you have to look at the third piece of the Thailand witch lo and behold is Jimmy Fallon Jimmy Fallon's, a huge opportunity for very hard to get on his couch. I think Daniel cormier has been there. I could be wrong. I know Ronda has been there and O'Connor has not, and I don't believe in any other fighter. It's a big opportunity. It's a big spot. You're going to go on that couch. If you're given that platform, you want to have something that is marketable Connor did not have a fight. So he didn't have anything that was directly marketable, but he's still hyped it. Hey, I'm getting ready. I'm in shape. Take a look at me waiting for something to call. Okay. Great as a fan. Now, you you left me with something to be excited about that. All said, the retirement comes at the same time the shoe drops for the alleged sexual assault in Ireland. So are they related? I don't see it. I don't see it because it would be a suckers move in my opinion. Could be missing something. It would appear to me that if there's ever a time that you need a friend. It's right now, I would not think that retiring excluding yourself taking yourself out of something very positive very loved very coveted as a means of strategy while having to deal with something. So tremendous would be wise. I would think at a time like this. You would keep as many friends, and as many doors, and as many things open as you could the other side of that cone is that could easily tarnish the other entity you may want to come or you have somebody come to you and go look, this is not going to be good branding. This is not going to be good timing. This is going to be a jam of the highest levels. It is best. If you step away it is best. If headlines do not come out that say you have see star Conor McGregor fill in the blank, right? How many times have we seen that Coker's had to? Through that in the last eighteen months to knuckleheads that don't even work for him anymore, but used to at some point worked for him under contract, going go and do something horrendous and all the Bela Tor fighter Alexis of Vealy, Bela Tor fighter and some old tour guide just robbed a Bank just robbed. A I couldn't tell you his name, but I can tell you. He's a former bells where fighter because that's what the media says what better way to describe Conor McGregor. What better at Senator say? Hey Conor McGregor. No, they're gonna tach to a brand who did nothing wrong. So you could see where maybe Connor in the spirit of sportsmanship? And hey, you guys did a lot for me. I'm going to get the hell out of your way for a little bit while go deal with this. Or maybe somebody else came to him and said, hey, separate yourself, do it. Now, the shoe's going to drop that your problem, you something more along these lines. And I think that we have even alluded to it over here, right guys. We did talk about when the Saronic Connor fight was supposed to come up and all of a sudden din it on then all of a sudden, it's a step further. Where can't even come up because now Surani's booked against? Qana? We did talk about the fact that perhaps it's just not a good time to book Conor McGregor. Now when that term was used by me, it was being fully aware that at some point. It was going to become public of what he's dealing with in this alleged assault case in Ireland, but all the same we hit that one on the head..

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