35 Burst results for "Joe W"
S. Korea agency says N. Korea executed people, shut capital
"Syria's of steps North Korea has executed at least two people banned fishing at sea and locked down its capital. That's all, according to South Korea's spy agency. One lawmaker cited the agency is saying North Korean leader Kim Jong eun is displaying excessive anger and taking your rational measures over the pandemic and its economic impact. South Korean intelligence said North Korea also ordered diplomats overseas to refrain from any acts that could provoke the U. S. Because it's Worried about President elect Joe Biden's expected new approach toward the North. Getting a vaccine into the arms of
S. Korea agency says N. Korea executed people, shut capital
"Korea. Meanwhile, the leader there, Kim Jong UN is ordered at least two people executed, banned fishing at a C and lock down the capital Pyongyang as part of frantic efforts to guard against coronavirus and economic damage that, according to South Korea's spy agency, Officials at telling lawmakers on Friday. I don't know that Kim's government has ordered diplomats overseas to refrain from any acts that could provoke the U. S. Because it's worried about President elect Joe Bynes expected new approach toward North Korea. One of the lawmakers quoted the N I s a saying Kim is displaying excessive anger and taking irrational measures over the pandemic and its economic impact, of course, North Korea, claiming it does not have one case of Coronavirus. But this morning, North Korea's banned fishing and salt production at sea to prevent seawater from being infected with the virus and officials saying North Korea recently placed Pyongyang in northern Jangling province under lockdown over concerns earlier this month, it imposed a lockdown measures and other areas where officials found unauthorized goods in the foreign currencies that were brought in I mentioned North Korea maintains it hasn't found a single coronavirus case on its soil. So lot of eyes on North Korea this morning and Kim Jong un for
Trump Takes Questions From Reporters For 1st Time Since Election Day
"Doing something he hasn't done in weeks yesterday on Thanksgiving, President Trump capped off Thanksgiving by calling members of the military stationed away from home. But then, for the first time in three weeks, he took questions from reporters about the election. The president criticized President elect Joe Biden for starting to select a Cabinet and he did not say if he would attend the inauguration in just 54 days. I know one thing, Joe Biden did not get 80 million votes, and I got 74. Million. But there were many ballots thrown away. So I got much more than that. But I got 74,000,074 million is 11 million more than I got last time. And if you look at the numbers, the numbers are false. The numbers they're corrupt. It was a rigged election. 100% more states air certifying their results as the trump legal team continues to fight. All disputes will need to be resolved before December, 8th. That's Lauren Blanchard reporting.
Trump won't concede but says he'll leave White House if Electoral College votes for Biden
"Trump says yes, he will leave the White House. If the electoral College votes Joe Biden into office. He spoke to reporters on Thanksgiving. But he also added, if it happens It means they made a mistake.
Trump won't concede but says he'll leave White House if Electoral College votes for Biden
"President Trump says that he will leave the White House that the electoral College formalizes President elect Joe Biden's victory even is the president insists that Like the decision would be a mistake. The president spending his Thanksgiving, renewing claims that massive fraud and crooked officials in battleground states caused his election defeat, even though there has been no evidence to support those
Trump says he'll "certainly" leave if election results formalized
"Dozens of legal and procedural setbacks. President Trump continues to challenge the results of the presidential election correspondent Jennifer King. Now President. Trump spoke to reporters at the White House after a Thanksgiving conversation with U. S military members overseas. How is Kuwait doing? Trump renewed claims that fraud and crooked local officials in battleground states led to his election defeat. It's going to be a very hard Going to concede. Because we know there was massive fraud. He says He's going to Georgia on December 5th or rally to boost to Republican candidates facing runoff elections that will determine control of the Senate. Maybe I'll go twice. That's very important that we win those races, Trump told reporters. He will leave the White House if the electoral college votes in Joe Biden by the December deadline. Certainly I will and you know that. But I think that there
What Will the World Look Like When Crytpo Is Fully Adopted?
"What do you think the world will look like. Once crypto has been adopted. There's there's two sort of visions. I think i don't maybe we can just be honest ourselves. Sometimes i worry about the vision. We have for currency so aware. I started and i have a lot of respect for jeremy in the team at circle. Because back when i was in grad slow boston actually used circle to violate quinlan. So kudos huge you. Jeremy you saved me from my days for buying the clan on craigslist in using fan. So i could do how well yeah. So you obsolete neat stack my my sats. The early days of the coin The i think they're sort of two visions and they're two very different visions the vision. I've always had for bitcoin that i think. Really compelling one is the separation for the first time of money and state. Money has been object of the state since julius caesar stamped his face on a gold coin and i think really the experiment. We're attempting here like the world is no longer defined by physical orders. We live in a very digital world. Anyone could be anyone on. The internet has many different identities many different communities where part of sometimes as our default reality south. Sometimes where donnas you know there are a lot of eggs anonymous individuals citing. We live in this really interesting world that is truly becoming borderless antony. Bitcoin really represents the evolution of money transfer value in that world. But in the same time. I think governments are looking at bitcoin Right now we're living in a world where governments are trying to ban math. They're literally encryption. We done this time and time again. For the last twenty five years since incriptions existed but the advent of central bank digital currencies. In certainly what. We've seen in the asia pacific region in particular the advent of dc p. and Sort of national quote unquote digital currencies. You do have a lot of concerns around the ability for people to have financial privacy. Privacy transactions privacy communications so we have these two very different paths down which we're heading. I don't know if they're gonna coexist. Don't know if it's going to be an ethic collision and i know jeremy also you know than working a lot on uscc which which arguably has replay here. But i think the future of joe currencies in our society is sort of at this. Very interesting impasse. I want bitcoin to exist. Ideally people have the right to privacy that people have the right to sue committee in their transactions. But i think governments certainly do not like that and are advocating now for the antithesis of that which is central bank digital currencies and monetary systems that. Give them complete control the ability to exert financial censorship at every level of society. Driving up tacit. Tiv know early. There's so much there. I i guess i it just as a technologist The to the question of you know. When will this be mainstream or however you wanna call that my view is that you know. Things are mainstream in terms of technology when they disappear when they're invisible people and and when when essentially like people just take take them for granted right and said depending on your age and depending on where you are like. You might take for granted social media. But obviously that wasn't something that existed Wherever x. number of years ago you might take for granted that you have this amazing you know Supercomputer that just like that is reality. That is what the world was but obviously that had changed so at. What point is the use of crypto so ubiquitous and so embedded in so many things that we just take it for granted so were were. We have credited ago on that. But i think we're making really really strong progress. I think when. I also think about that question. I really think about Crypto and blockchain Is is. It's a pretty broad surface area right. You can be narrowly focused and sort of say there's non-sovereign stores value that use of blockchain infrastructure. You know bitcoin cash you know cetera et cetera which i completely agree with melting right. There's this this is this new form of borderless internet money and it will continue to grow and scale. And i'm i'm quite quite optimistic about that. But then there's the the fundamentals of the broader technology right so you know public chain infrastructure as effectively a new operating system layer on the internet. A new set of systems for storing data conducting transactions and executing code. That's what operates systems can help. Do these new operating system layers are very very general purpose in many respects there well suited to what i call fiduciary trust applications but can also be you know i. I was in a hackathon panel with melting the other day and we are looking at someone who built a decentralized messaging application on top of salona. The point being anti-centralized fantasy football fans in so digital games. You know messaging applications all these things on decentralized infrastructure web three cetera. Like that part of this is also a very very important part of this and so and you know something like stable coins like regulated stable coins like a us dc or potentially libra like these. These are also like apps that run on this new operating systems and could be quite popular. And so i think in terms of the question of when does that become mainstream. I think we're really close there. I think in the next twelve to twenty four months many of the most popular digital wallet products in the world that are used that we think of unused like as peer payments. And things like that. They're gonna turn on these protocols they're gonna turn these on and you're going to have you know all of a sudden hundreds of millions of people that can make interoperable payments at each other and that will kind of be in the background. That will be invisible. You'll you'll just you won't be trapped in making payments to people who then mo you'll be able to make payments between van mo and square cash and pay pal and swish in sweden and vips in norway. And you know go around the world to all these different apps. They're all going to speak. These common protocols in i think that's a a mainstream phase in digital currency. That's that's coming. I think ultimately that same number of people who might feel okay like i'm using euros or dollars or whatnot feeling comfortable using bitcoin that will grow to and eventually i would expect billions of people will will wanna use bitcoin to
Michael Flynn: Trump pardons ex-national security adviser
"Former. Us national security adviser. Michael flynn who was convicted during the justice department inquiry into alleged russian interference in the two thousand sixteen election has been pardoned by president. Donald trump trump called his own action. A great honor whilst house speaker. Nancy pelosi called it an act of grave corruption and abrazen brazen abuse of power. Well which is it. And what kind of precedent does it set. Let's get the opinion of scott lucas professor of us. Politics at the university of birmingham scott. Good morning to you. Good morning do remind us of flynn's short-lived term. I think it was just three weeks in the white house. Well while it was only three weeks in the white house there was an import run up to the while he was on the trump campaign in two thousand sixteen. Because michael. Flynn lied to the fbi on two occasions and pleaded implied pleaded guilty to lying to the fbi about a number of conversations. He had with the russian ambassador. Sergei kislyak and december two thousand sixteen. Why were those conversations important because they were about an incoming trump administration lifting sanctions on russia. That had just been imposed by president. Barack obama over moscow's interference in the two thousand sixteen election and interference which of course favoured donald trump. So the was that that michael flynn on behalf of the trump campaign or trump transition was trading immediate political favors in exchange for russia's help The initially the trump administration tried to keep planning office in january february two thousand and seventeen but he had to be sacrificed trump's trying to create a firewall to prevent further investigation. That investigation didn't stop of course accommodated in the miller report which found that there was cooperation between the trump folks and the russians but the right wing insisted and kept pressing trump. You must pardon. Michael flynn he became like this icon for the misinformation that this was all a deep state plot to overthrow the president and we do at some point. That trump would probably pardon fled. It just so happens to come. Easy as trump is trying to cling onto the white house after losing the election in november. We'll see what kind of precedent does this set. I mean do you think that we'll see trump do similar in this. Lame duck period. Oh yeah i think there will be more. And i think that's for a couple of reasons but first let me remind you. That is not just that michael. Flynn actually lied to the fbi about the russia case. It's also that michael flood may have faced prosecution over being an unregistered agent for a foreign power. Taking hundreds of thousands of dollars shrunk turkey and russia for his work while he was on the trump campaign to the extent of making on voice of the turkish government. About extraditing a cleric who is considered an opponent of president aired on And that michael. Flynn was making more money of trying to get nuclear power plants for saudi arabia while he was on the trump campaign and the trump administration In other words trump is willing to give flint a pass for that for two reasons. One he wants to bury the trump russia a fair and trump still faces possible charges over obstruction of justice over trump russia. And secondly michael. Flynn could testify against donald trump in a number of proceedings that are ongoing at state and federal level. Trump wants to cut off that possibility. But you know what michael not. The only person who could testify against donald trump avoid that possibility and of course after trump's term ends in january. He is as you say likely to face. Many legal challenges is there any way he can preemptively. Pardon himself no. We don't think so. I mean no president has tried to pardon himself so we're on noodle legal ground but mostly glands say no that power can't be used to get yourself off the hook what donald trump could do however days before january twentieth. Joe biden takes office resign. Let mike pence become president mike pence pardons donald trump. That is an extraordinary scenario to to think of if it didn't happen in the interest of a united america do you think joe biden might pardon trump if he is convicted. I don't think biden will pardon trump because the scale of the abuse of power by trump as well as the possible crimes is is great probably greater than that of richard nixon in the nineteen seventies. But i what. I do think joe biden will do as is that he will not possibly. He will not push the justice department To do federal investigations in other words. Trump is in sort of a limbo but of lambeau at the federal level. However what joe biden can't do is issue commands to the new york state prosecutors who were compiling a series of cases against what would then be the former president and i mean. Do you seriously think that we could be looking at a feature where donald trump is behind bars. Look georgina there are many things that have happened. We could not visit for years. So i i wouldn't rule anything out at this point. I think donald trump's gonna go kicking and screaming and he as we've seen with his dispute of the election results. His attorneys will drive this out as long as possible. So trump might avoid prison but to avoid prosecution. Now i think even the donald can't get away with that scott lakers. Thanks very much
Pennsylvania’s top court expected to act quickly on appeal to let state proceed with election certification
"Say a court order to halt the vote certification process could interfere with the state ceding its electors. Tom Wolfe and Pennsylvania secretary of State Catholic Book Bar Filed an appeal in the state Supreme Court, which is expected to act quickly. Emily Previn, the from member station W I. T F has more. Wednesday's flurry of court action stems from Republican Congressman Mike Kelly's lawsuit seeking to throw out mail in ballots cast November 3rd. Kelly asserts a law enacted by the Pennsylvania Legislature permitting mail in voting without an excuse is unconstitutional. Wolf and book far had announced Tuesday that presidential vote counts were certified and President elect Joe Biden officially won the state. Then Kelly's team persuaded a Republican State court judge handling his case to halt certification. Now, Wolf and book far are asking Pennsylvania's high court where five of seven justices are Democrats to take the case and let certification move forward for NPR
Trump maintains election fraud occurred
"Weeks, President Trump answered questions about the election is ongoing efforts to overturn it and some what ifs like would he conceded to Joe Biden if the electoral college vote goes in Mr Biden's favor? No, I can't say that at all. I think it's Zapata's ability. He also told questioners he certainly would leave the White House if Mr Biden is declared president by the electors, but Mr. Trump also continued claims of massive fraud to be found off which there has been none proven in court that Q and a session as Mr Trump conducted a White House videoconference with members of the military serving far and wide. As for
Trump says he'll leave White House if Biden declared winner of Electoral College
"Not a concession. But jack callaghan fox news. President trump said. He'll certainly vacate the white house. If the electoral college certifies joe biden is the winner of the presidential election. But he's also told reporters that's not a foregone conclusion. I think that there will be a lot of things happening between now and the twentieth of january a lot of things. Massive fraud has been found. President said he doubts. Joe biden actually got eighty million illegal votes but admitted time is not on his side. He also said he's not ready to talk about twenty twenty four yet but we'll campaign in georgia next week for the two republicans in the senate runoff elections. President did not offer any evidence of fraud but attorney. Sydney powell claims she has it affidavits from people who say they witnessed fraud plus statistical analysis in a lawsuit filed in georgia asking the state to decertify election results over. What she says was massive fraud in the tabulation of the votes
Trump Takes Questions From Reporters For 1st Time Since Election Day
"The President celebrates Thanksgiving and deals with long unanswered election related questions. Correspondent Natalie Brand starts our reports. President Trump Thank U S troops serving overseas this evening. I wish you would very happy Thanksgiving. You're doing an incredible job. And for the first time since Election Day, the president took questions from reporters and again made unsubstantiated claims of election fraud numbers are False the numbers of corrupt it was a recollection 100%. Actually, there is no proof of that at all. But the president is not conceding anything yet, And he says it would be a mistake for the Electoral college to certify the election for Joe Biden. He also says Biden should not be forming a Cabinet even though the Trump administration itself has already begun in
Biden gives Thanksgiving address to reassure Americans
"Elect Joe Biden says he knows this Thanksgiving is unlike anything we've experienced in the past by and released a video on Twitter alongside his wife, Dr Jill Biden, and said They're celebrating the holiday in Delaware this year instead of on Nantucket, the president elect insisted that staying home could make a world of difference, Dr. Biden said. There were people to be thankful for this Thanksgiving, she noted, just some of them, including frontline workers, teachers and members of the military. President elect finished their message by saying better days are ahead. You'll
Trump says he'll give up power if Electoral College backs Biden
"With reporters of the White House President Donald Trump says he will give up power if the electoral college votes that way. But then he kind of flipped around and said he will visit Georgia, probably on Saturday for a rally is verbally attack. The secretary of state, calling him an enemy of the people said he cannot concede because of fraudulent votes, says US voting system is like third world also said people can't let a man assume office who won't put America first talking about Joe Biden. He did not clarify what he meant about not letting him assume. And that there is no way he says. Joe Biden got almost 80 million votes He called reporter lightweight during that gaggle
As President-Elect Joe Biden Doubles Down On Calls For Unity, Supporters Have Doubts
"Calls for unity and healing. But as NPR's Toby a. Smith reports, many of his own supporters are having a hard time letting bygones be bygones. He's been saying it since his first speech as president elect, Biden implored everyone to put away the harsh rhetoric give each other a chance and end what he calls this grim era of demonization in America. So that's a wonderful sentiment. It's probably a really sweet pipe dream. Abby Gold 59 year old Democrat from Arizona thinks it may be generations before the rancor subsides enough for any real rapprochement. We're not gonna have any healing until the public at large words to have a nice cup of shut up before they say whatever is on their minds, hoping to help many around the nation are ramping up trainings for cross the aisle conversations. Julie Bowler is with a group called Braver Angels, which runs red blue workshops that aim for common ground and civil discourse. When you have the experience yourself of feeling a little opening a little less frantic rejection, Then you've learned at least that it is possible for some of that softening toe happen, and it's a humanizing process. Enrollment is way up this fall, but Bowler concedes it may be a self selecting crowd that's open to dialogue. There are plenty who would be hard to convince, including 64 year Old New Yorker, Darwin, Bush. When he sees bridging the gap with die hard trump supporters as a bridge too far. This is not an alternate viewpoint. This is racism, Hate lying demagoguery, sociopath, E. What else can I say? Bad people? Capital B. A. D. I will not sit in table with them. I will not have a conversation with them. Nor what Elizabeth and Tracy Murphy, an interracial couple in Georgia, who say they've been harassed, even spit at by people they believe were fueled by the president's divisive rhetoric. For any fence mending, Tracy Murphy says Trump supporters would have to straight up admit that they made a mistake and apologized. It's their turn to extend the olive branch. They're the ones who messed up everything. It's not my job to fix it. You know, is a funny thing that the person who was the victim always has the end of being the bigger person. But many on the right are just is adamant that they're the ones Odin apology by what they see as radical socialists threatening American values. Virginia Republican Katherine Schoonover says she's all for bipartisan cooperation. But she calls Democratic calls for unity. Disingenuous. I don't know how you go from telling everybody that they're all secret Nazi fascists, bigoted, racist people. And then you're going to say, But now let's come together. It's just ridiculous coming from the Democrats now and especially, she says sin. She believes the claims even though there's no evidence, backing them up that the Democrats stole the election. It's shocking, and I think that if if the Democrats try to ram this down of race throats, you have a real problem. It's exactly why Darryl Dwayne, a 51 year old Biden supporter from Washington, D. C has been echoing Biden's calls for unity and imploring his friends, too. Not dig in their heels. Unfortunately, that's a recipe for civil war. But so far, Dwayne says, he's not made a lot of headway. I've gotten in trouble for it. I've gotten called nasty names for being Kumbaya. Same with 58 year old New York Democrat Vincent Downing, who's with a group of humanists calling for more cross the aisle, empathy and understanding. Even though Trump supporters may dehumanize him. He says he won't stoop to the same level. But Downing says it's challenging as he put it. He also tends to think like any good lefty would When I just think I'm right. Right. Right. Right.
Angry Trump promises rally in battleground state of Georgia
"Despite dozens of legal and procedural set backs president trump continues to challenge the results of the presidential election president trump spoke to reporters at the White House after thanksgiving conversation with U. S. military members overseas hours Kuwait doing trump renewed claims of fraud and crooked local officials in battleground states led to his election defeat that's going to be a very hard thing to concede because we know there was massive fraud he says he's going to Georgia on December fifth for a rally to boost to Republican candidates facing run off elections that will determine control of the Senate maybe I'll go twice and it's very important we win those races trump told reporters he will leave the White House if the electoral college votes in Joe Biden by the December deadline certainly I will and you know that but I think that there will be a lot of things happening between now on the twentieth trump wouldn't say what his plans were for the inauguration I'll be honest I know the answer but I just don't want to say it yet Jennifer king Washington
Trump says he'll leave White House if Biden declared winner of Electoral College
"He will leave if the electoral college tells him to the jack callaghan fox news. President trump said he will certainly vacate the white house. If the electoral college certifies joe biden as the winner of the presidential election but he's also told reporters at the white house. That's not a foregone conclusion. I think that there will be a lot of things happening between now and the twentieth of january a lot of things. Massive fraud has been found. President said he doubts. The joe biden actually received eighty million legal votes but admitted time is not on their side. He also said he's not ready to talk about twenty twenty four yet but we'll campaign in georgia next week for the two republicans in the states. Senate
Trump Takes Questions From Reporters For 1st Time Since Election Day
"Today for the first time since he lost the presidential election to Joe Biden. Some spoke to troops around the world, one of his Thanksgiving traditions, and then he held forth, making it clear he is still not prepared to concede even as more states certify the results for Biden and Trump's court challenges keep getting thrown out. Joining us now is NPR. White House correspondent
"joe w" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast
"Not been someone who reads crime novels. I watch a lot of Movies that are based on that. And i'm a big Sherlock holmes fan but when this book arrived unannounced in my mail from the publisher high five in iq novel by joe ebay. I was intrigued. And this is the fourth in a series of crime. Novels starring this queue character. And it's my great pleasure and honor to bring the author. Joe day to the podcast vitamin. Yeah well we love having asian writers on here and this is kind of like sherlock holmes in set in los angeles in current day. Los angeles since. I've been in los angeles for over forty years. I recognize so much of what you described. Even though i haven't been everywhere but it's it's kind of refreshing to actually see this crime drama take place in an environment. That is very familiar to me. At least are well thank you. I had no idea. Actually when i wrote it would be so unusual. Yup well gotten high praise. I mean people are even the kareem abdul-jabbar who's a big microsoft holmes fan. He wrote a book about that. He's read it. Enjoy it and then impatiently. Wait around for the next one like the rest of us. i mean. i'm reading this fourth in this series. And i'm thinking someone's gotta be talking to joe about making these into a movie Yes somebody.
"joe w" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast
"Welcome to episode number. Two hundred seventy three our guests. This episode is novelist. Joe ebay born and raised in the hood in los angeles. Joe has a created a street. Smart black private investigator in the vein of sherlock holmes who is Basically solving cases in the very contemporary urban setting of los angeles and As someone who's lived over forty years myself I just find it wonderfully engaging and fascinating to kind of revisit some of these neighborhoods and areas Through the eyes of Not only iq his private eye but also the various people that populate these novels so really looking forward to you. Listening in on my conversation recorded Several months ago with joe day so as we are recording this episode. We're hearing word from all over the country where we live that. The coronavirus is spiking Even higher than before which is so alarming. And we're probably on the verge here in california of another lockdown disappointing. How you're doing with all this as i've somewhat seriously somewhat jokingly said in the past being on lockdown is sort of like being retired accept the differences. Now it's not kind of self imposed 'isolation but it's it's coming from the government and the powers that be and you know honestly in doing this podcast One of the challenges has been that we haven't been able to bring a local guest in studio to put them. Actually for the microphones. So that's that's definitely presented challenges in terms of the kind of clarity that We can get in recording oliver guests remotely with whatever equipment that they have and you'll hear in this particular episode that There are times when my guest were. His side of the conversation just wasn't as easy to understand for whatever was going on his side versus. When i haven't been studio and joe being in la we definitely could have had him here in studio opening for the microphone. Can monitor that While we're doing it live so you know. That's that's frustrating. I know it's frustrating to me. As i'm trying to put it on the the best episode together and i'm sure it's frustrating to you as listeners at times when you you can't quite catch one hundred percent of everything the guest is saying and i just hope as an all things with this pandemic and the shutdown That you'll bear with us that you'll be engaged enough with the quality of the conversation that you'll stick with it the other challenge. That is more. Recent for me is I have inherited of the editing and then publishing of the episodes Because there there was a change. In my co-producer allison's work situation and you'll hear more about that later when i know more about it all all i know is. She moved out here from texas to land fulltime job in the whole video. Editing industry. And you know lo and behold good good for alison she. She found this opportunity. What that has meant is in the last three or four weeks. Since ellison i talked i've had a lightning quick education in how to do the side of the pike. Ask that. I haven't had to do for you. Know the whole six plus years that we've existed so there's a learning curve. That's what i'm saying. And i'm dealing with different formats in different challenges and Even this week found out that our internet speed here at home was very unstable and it was going from highs of two hundred and thirty which were paying for to lows of like thirty and so there were times In the recent past when i've recorded some episodes with the guest remotely where they just couldn't hear me talk or you know all of a sudden e everything just really drops out so it's not a perfect storm but it's been a storm and i'm managing the best i can i am enjoying so far The responsibility of cobbling together the episodes But you know with the challenge. It come with remote feeds and variations in the quality of either my voice. Because i'm using the computer microphone instead of this condenser microphone. That's specifically for the podcast. Or as i said Just being able to get the highest quality feed from Each episode guest. You know what again. Just thank you for your patience and your graciousness. Because i'm learning a whole new side to this and i'll tell you this if I was saddled with a one hundred percent of the responsibilities when we first launched this podcast. I guarantee you. I wouldn't have launched. It does because it was just too daunting this too much and very grateful to my original director and co producer. Chris rwanda's when he came to me with this idea for the bind cast. It was all about. He would handle the technical side. I would book the guest in the prepare for the episode hosting yada yada and You know when when he after five years Needed to move on You know with my blessing and prayers Alison stepped up and it was great. Timing and she's she's held this together for the last year. But now it's on me. And i i'm not necessarily thinking I need to find another person to do this. Because i'm enjoying it. I i do like learning new technical things but we'll see i. I'm grateful that we haven't had to shut down the podcast because It wasn't that hard for me to learn the rudiments of of this editing of the audio But you know it's it's not perfect. And i guess that's kind of The thought i wanted to pass along to you listeners. This week is that as we are dealing with. Probably another lockdown Life is far from perfect right It is not how you know. Some of us are students. Want to learn. It's not how we want to interact with people remotely. It's not how you know we wanna just be stay-at-homes when we had plans to travel and to visit relatives and friends and to see new places. I mean none of this is perfect and You know even the transition from president trump to president-elect biden. I mean that's not going perfectly either and probably january twentieth. It's going to be far from great. So you know i think for me As much as i have a perfectionist streak It's been humbling. And it's it's kind of character building for me to to learn to work with what i have and to make the best that i can and so i. I hope that you're catching the spirit of that with what's been happening last month. Or so with the podcast. But i also hope that you're kind of managing life with that same attitude as well that You know perfect is going to be probably very lucid in most aspects and elements of our lives. But to appreciate that we're still able to have our lives and to do the things that matter to us for the most part and with the ability to look forward with a little bit of hope and a lot of patients that there's a better day yet to come that is but I to cling to that. So i hope you're hanging in there. My challenges with the podcast have now become opportunities for me to learn some new skills and to really gonna take a deep dive into each episode. And and how to bring out The best i can with what i have and I'm still grateful to be in from the microphone. Like this into pumping out these episodes for you. Because i i think what we're doing matters and i think these stories. These guests are essential. And i look forward to letting you ease drop on even more upcoming episodes because even as they are waiting to be edited in the proper week. Our d. no having had most of these conversations that these these are the worth listening to one hundred percent. So thank you so much. I know you're.
"joe w" Discussed on Broken Record
"Thank you for coming. Thank you for having and that was. A song from your new album which we want to talk about. But by way of introduction. Longtime singer. Songwriter probably one of the best songwriters of the last one, thousand years or so. So tell me about that Song I. The fact of Love it's called. It was the last thing I wrote before recording the new album. When I recorded this new record. I did not know I was making a record i. I needed to record some demos. I had this rush of new songs. I'd never had a batch of songs appear so quickly. to the point where I'd even made iphone Demos, you know to keep track of the basic architecture. And I can't read or write music. So when I learned something sort of you've never learned no, I wish I, wish I had you. Down, and then I just think that if I, go back to them the musical vetted. And mostly it is once in a while, something slips away, which is why I try to get in the habit of making a really just rough phone recording of something when it's brand new but these songs came in such a flurry. That I would have a new song and think, Oh, I should just quickly sketched this out, and then another song was began to appear and I think I better pay attention to this one, and then I just do both of them. Well, pretty soon, I had ten or eleven songs that had no reference at all other than lyrics on a page and I thought I really need to to document documents in some way. So I don't forget them and also so that I can stand back and evaluate them in some way which you can't just do as readily when you're performing to hear them. So I went to an old friend's studio downtown and just blew through everything with a few friends. didn't even listen to playbacks of much of it just trying to get them down. And I got home with him and realizes something. More had happened. but also say that the songs came in such a rush bruce that. At, one point I just wanted them to stop. Which is not a commenting songwriter to think Jennifer spiring songwriters. Nursing Oh, they just showed up. On the front sometimes they grow up like dandelions overnight you'd be amazed. But I really needed to get them in hand. I, really wanted to play through them enough to get fluid with them, and it's a really different engagement for me to be practicing finished songs than writings. Maybe two days before the sessions that were supposed to be. My wife was finishing a piece sculpture. She's a a visual artist and. I said as walking past and I said. He's unearthed stone that looked like torso. into his painting on top of it and I said, what do you call that and she said it's called the fact of love and I remember just going. Fuck. In sound. Spring loaded I know that if I pay attention to this for a moment that there's a song there and then was in very quickly and once I finished that one I kind of thought. Okay. That's that feels like a pretty complete bracket when I think about what the earliest of these songs. Is, and I really realized that that needed to happen and then I step away from that part of the process Was your white happy. You took the title for I. Think She was chain name of it to my pending divorce. Should it? I think she was. Really pleased I find. A lot of writing begins that way for me a phrase image, a word that I don't know how to describe it except that it is spring loaded. And I have this. In that. Very much like opening a bottle of champagne you sort of get one time for the court to really pop and if you're not prepared to deal with. With that you don't you don't engage that because it'll go flat did that that opening phrase and some of the guitar? Did that come with the initial song or those things you put on later or was add on a separate track somewhere. How did that it come together as it happens differently all the time bruce but in the case of that song. At. Heard that title late in the evening. The next morning I was very early still dark and I picked up a notebook and I just remember Kinda writing essentially those three verses and chorus just wrote it down like I was taking dictation a lot of the record sort of appeared this way. And for whatever reason, and this is not common necessarily. I walked through the room. I have a lot of guitars laying around. and. Picked one up. put the capable in the fourth Frat as if I knew that that's where it lived. Methodically is key. I didn't know that I had no reason to think it was in f sharp. I just put the Cabo there. For some. Unknown reason and just put the guitar on my lap and played that opening Motif I didn't think about it. I just reached and it was sort of their. I'm making the saw sound very mystical. Because it is. I'm not being, evasive. It's just the way that it happens. You know there's a, there's an inherent quality to music. As there is to living that is in the Hartley mysterious and I do think I've said it In other moments. Our job is never to dispel mystery. Our job is to abide mystery and stand with it be an alliance with it because there's a big part about living. That is just inherently mysterious always has been always shelby and the sooner we make peace with the fact that there is something else that play that we do not control I think the more we can sort of be in collaboration with whatever life is asking you know I think back to just of Campbell. When he said you have to let go of the life you imagine. So you can have the one that's actually waiting for you. There's a certain kind of surrender that I think is essential. To tell him stall productive living but create life in particular. You know you just sort of have to surrender into process and I don't mean surrender as in resignation surrender as in radical acceptance. Speaking of resignation radical acceptance. you had a tough year and a half to explain a little bit of that sure A year ago thanksgiving. So you know what? What does that fourteen months ago something like that. I got a diagnosis of stage four prostate cancer. And It when I got that phone call and it really was like a movie, you know picking up the phone very innocently one day you know I felt like, Bob Newhart hello and there was you know it's like somebody opened a door onto a cyclone and my family and I all stepped into it I was not prepared even though I'd been some at had back pain for well over a year I'd been misdiagnosed three times. And I also you know I'm a touring musician in my late fifties and I was in a really serious car crash when I was a teen. So back pain is something.
"joe w" Discussed on Broken Record
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"joe w" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"Withers. Bill, weather's grow just lost him another giant. We just had such a music we just had to go great motown songwriters just had the Holland brothers. Does. Your holiday, my God, stay we're just on the show last week greatest songs ever written absolute. Some of the greatest songs ever written for. Sure. Joe If you come back and do this again and we love to have you back. We'll just talk about old movies and music and the first records you ever bought. That'd be great that'd Picnic my pleasure we appreciate you taking the time to do this and we thank Dan again and we thank Andrew again. This. This was a kick. We we love to talk about a ragtag. With.
"joe w" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"Sensibly seemingly go. Man Go before they say anything further I say Oh, by the way here's my way cast mate from the movie Ben Kingsley and Joan out and instantly they all go like this they would just met the King of England not like Oh well allow homeless the Kings please come into the snow we all the bus. Now we're on our way to the To the to the site concert and they're being very polite this that this the at and can tell that third like the best behavior and it's making me laugh. But finally in the conversation I, think they're able to pick up that ben is just like you know Ben's Ben and okay you know pins not. You know it's not going to be a stuffy. So finally, Johnny Pankow trombone player for the band. He can't stand it anymore. You finding disclose I can't believe it. We got fucking gone. and. Ben And last harder than anybody and so. Larry. Tell Tell Paco, and lamb, we'd love to have them on this podcast. Will we've had Jimmy Webb here Tommy James Shikwati loggins. The Chicago, your local product, Richard Marx NASC- something I tell everybody after we interview Jimmy, Webb Hits Line, someone, left the cake out in the rain was literally he was in the park. Any sore a piece of cake on a park bench and it was raining. I was no, no poetry or symbol of metal. Exactly. Exactly. Yeah you. Joe Joe. You can't pick one because it's like a favorite child, but but a favorite favorite Chicago Song. God, it is really hard I A. Been With these guys a lifetime. Yeah. I don't think I. Can you know what I mean? I'm going through a phase I. Really Love Harry Truman lately really. Okay. That's yeah. That's more secure site but. They're all just so great. And Yeah I. Just have to be the you know I think of them as just their the their whole catalogue is just soundtrack. So much of my life I just got to go. Back when I was a kid my father was painting the apartment and he was on a ladder and an at he had the radio one and then the background it was you know Saturday in the park right and that's a favor that always makes me think of my father. Yeah. Okay. Well, see that's that's great I remember with the band music has made so many people happy for so many generations. You know I hope those guys know that in their hearts to how many how many people they've moved? Here beginnings or you hear twenty five or six to four, hundred transport because we're we're all of similar ages and we're transported to those those those great memories are still together. So plane. So they still feeling. We gotTA. Thank a couple of people, your your producing partner. Dan Ryan this all up his name, right. and. Andrew Barr friend Andrew bus a listener who helped us with this You got film out rolling. Thunder. Yet that's an debenture caught was in that as well. Oh, it's quite an ECLECTIC cast. It's kind of it's a movie about making a movie. It's kind of like a because it's directed by written and directed by one of the nephew of one of the guys in Chicago. Lou Kartini. And it's kind of a scoop kind of. Fun, it was one of those things that we shouted it in real time it was kind of like one of those deals. Allow. An abandoned dog always in the mood and the Lenny Bruce Show is gonNA come back when lockdown. I think so I think Chicago will resume where we left off in Chicago. We'll see where we go from there. Will You keep directing joke we would you do another series join it Think I recognize episodes of criminal minds. I enjoy doing that I enjoy doing a series because I enjoy the lifestyle being home going home at night and being one place been in business a long time of travel, and still like do that. But I like I like to do more on my own terms and so if the right you know, I got a pilot differen- Masan I got picked up a windy here when we're GonNa go with that, it's it has to do with people on the autism spectrum which I can relate to his eldest daughter. Is Such so Looking forward to that So whenever a good I can't complain tomorrow's my wife's birthday. So that's all good. Happy Birthday. Arlene you go. Perfect. That's great. That's great and now I'm going to bring it full circle your your your other daughter is an actress. And she has something in common with Gilbert they both Co starred in the movie with Matthew Modine. No kidding. Okay. Yes and and Gilbert wasn't that I. Yes. Okay. Monkey a monkey movie and. School Hunky. Yeah funky monkey see monkey, and one of the reviews was a one line review. It said. Matthew, Modine one starred in a Stanley Kubrick film. Well was being very. Create more vicious than that. Joe You your your wife and your family wants you to go one last thing. Tell us about your your years long friendship with with a man who just keeps going just keep on keeping on and that is the. Unsinkable Tony Bennett. Love the judge told the concert not too long ago less than a year ago. I'll say this I always idolized him became very dear friends when one Tony Award. He had come and seen the playoffs I gave him my house seats and he came and saw the play and I took a picture with him up in my dressing look good gear. Glenn Ross Beckoning Four. So got my arm around him in the photo, and then when I won the Tony Award some months later during at run. Many you can imagine many people send me congratulation telegrams. Email those before emails. This was like people answering machine stuff. So what I did is I sent people personal. Thank you and I sent a thank you card and on affirmative thank you card you pulled it on the envelope said thank you so much for your kind words about my award. I thought you would appreciate a picture of me with my Tony. Now, of course, everybody expected the open up the card and see me holding the statue and of course, they open up the card and I got my arm around is. I. That was my own mind to to make your friend I. Think in a movie Queen Queens launch to I. I do a little bit where I pretend on i. don't know much the him and one little scene in the movie. But yeah, he's he saw is a great talent and the I think Johnny Mathis is another one he said it on your twitter feed all your favorites are on your twitter. Criminal lines the last season, my character gets married and got method be my best man on the episode. So it was able to bring him in on that and I got to know Sinatra. So So A and Ringo is a friend answering got to know Ringo Joe Walsh and Joe Walsh in an episode of criminal minds. Yeah just it's it's. It's A. Pretty. Good Life. No complaints I believe. Joe. Walsh. Is Gilbert Fan. Serious who isn't?.
"joe w" Discussed on The Corp
"The rain wouldn't stop and they called it and we got to pick back up the next day was game one and that kind of calmed me down I. Just I had an extra day to kind of sleep on it by the time I got to the park I was pretty relaxed, and then you start doing it and like anything else once the game. Starts you just go do what you know how to do and you get through it but I was I was nervous I was frightened of being exposed on a big stage. Have you ever done a top four Mount Rushmore a baseball series that you called I'd be interested in to to know maybe the most memorable maybe not the best like from a Fan's perspective but the most memorable for you personally. Why I think that, would you know I know my rushmore? They're all pretty evenly spread out but I it's hard to replace or. Usurp to give you the word that came to mind for some odd reason, your first time doing it on a national stage. Ninety six for me and there's a lot of things going on Joe Torre. Was the manager there I had grown up around him. He was friends with my dad when I was a little kid. He was playing poker in our basement with my dad and now he's a manager of the Yankees and there he is and they're winning my dad's alive. I'm calling him after the last minute of the broadcast after game six and I'm talking to. Him on the phone about it, and it was kind of like the passing the torch Greek picture because my daughter, my oldest child Natalie was born in ninety six and there's a picture of my dad holding my newborn daughter on his chest watching TV and it's macarbre May. Our faces on TV. So it was like three generations and he's just watching an Amman which was nuts because I spent my whole life watching him do all this stuff so. Just. Personally speaking, there's nothing like that. Oh four with the Red Sox was unbelievable two, thousand sixteen with the cubs for the historic nature of it and everything that happened in this country since they had last won in one, thousand, nine, hundred eight and then I think two thousand eleven for me those are the four. Two Thousand Eleven, the cardinals winning not just Becau- yes Saint Louis and all that. But because I had gone through a paralyze vocal cord that year I thought my career was over I'd been through every kind of therapy. It finally started to come back and David freeze hit that home run in game six to force game seven and my voice was Kinda back to normal and it was kind of the end of the most trying year my life divorce and everything else that was going on. Those are the four that I think stand out to me. That's solid. That's a solid four and I have to ask, Alex I, know that. The ties you guys together the Oh four series. Joe When you're calling that series at what point did you feel like things changed because that's never happened before team coming back down three Oh. At what point were you like Ooh this feels different than maybe some of the other series you've called where team goes up three Oh and gives up one game and then they sweep you know they finish them off for one. It felt different right after the last pitch of game seven. Before that you were just waiting and I think you know I've talked to Bill Simmons about I've talked to a lot of red. SOx. Fans you know with the history you just kept waiting and and I think history by the way. Is the great eraser of a lot of. Anxiety for that Red Sox team when Kevin Millar says Oh you know it just took one just took one game and then you get another those guys they were defeated these the Yankees pounded them in game three at Fenway Park and it just looked like a runaway and it was almost like this things over but let's just see and they were what within a hand swipe of a tag on Dave Roberts stolen base of being swept four games to nothing and instead they ended up winning that game game four and then winning the next three so I think any red sox fan or anybody covering it was going this series is so no know where. Is were sitting there at Yankee Stadium for game seven that anything could have happened. So did it switch share, but the momentum was all over the place and it was just hard to get a finger on it although game seven was a bit of a blow out from what I remember. At Yankee stadium in favor of the red. SOx. Joe. You talked about your vocal challenges Mike Okay had something similar. At, what point do you take yourself visualizing the future? Without I mean, you've had such a stellar career for so long NFL PGA World Series. Super. Bowls. What is Joe? Buck? Did you allow yourself to go to a place of like what do I do in my life? I was a mess. Neurotic every. Every time I open my mouth, which meant that I stopped really opened my mouth and talking to anybody. I became. Really. Unwilling to make phone calls didn't talk to any of my friends. It was hard to order coffee at starbucks. It was I was talking like this and he couldn't get loud sound like Dr Fao g now I sounded like it was over I sound like it was dying and inside I kind of was because I was always you know I never had thought about my voice i. was always worried about what I was going to say, not how I was going to say something and when the shifted from I don't even care what I'm going to say how the hell am I gonNa make a loud enough sound that over this crowd and a big moment when you can't keep air in your in your lungs because it's just escaping because one vocal cords paralyzed. It's it just shakes you to your core. So I every day I thought this is it and it took family friends, Steve Horne, who you know who I work with I can't tell you how many times I turned to them after doing the on camera at the beginning, I wouldn't steve this is. What we can say on this podcast this F, and over this I'm done I'm telling you right now I am done and none no, you sound fine. You got more than just your voice you got things to say and he takes people in your circle to keep going and then eventually it started to come back. And it was okay by the end of that world series but man it was. It was unlike anything I had been through before and unlike anything I've been through since I'm glad I went through it I think I have more of an appreciation for for what I do for a living, but it sucked. Yeah you're also probably glad you went through because the hair plugs, right? Yeah. I mean like. This. luscious. Main at what point are you? Okay to joke about that by the the way the hair plugs. or You not am I am I still early on that? Oh? No no no I mean that's why I wrote a book. I mean I think the best thing I ever did. was. Open up about all that, and then the funny thing is, as you know, Alex knows and when you come out with your memoir. When they're promoting it take the most crazy sentence that has no context in it. Whatsoever some joke joke joke joke joke about hair plug hair plug hair plug, and then it's like I guess you could say I became addicted to hair plugs, which was a joke because I'm talking about how painful the most painful thing of all time and that's the quote that gets shot around the Internet and I'm people go. You're an asshole you're addicted addicted hair plugs like people who are addicted to real things like. I'm no I'm not. You'd be insane to be addicted to the most painful thing. You could ever go through. You have to imagine that like, of course, the Internet's going run with it. I remember seeing the quote. Joe Buckle. Must losers voice because he was addicted to hair plugs and I'm thinking Most broadcast like your dad would go out for beer after a game, you would go to the fucking hair plug place and be like me up like..
"joe w" Discussed on The Corp
"We love president a beer. So Joe Bach it I think is actually the I guess we've had where we're both friends with them and it shows when you have someone like that is familiar with both of us always a great interview. We did this interview somewhere in the middle of quarantine I wanNA say it was around April. So gives you a little setting for for when we taped it but I to me Joe Buck and the like career are keys had is fascinating because like you said, a lot of people have given him shit. A lot of people have hated on him, but it feels like. The public conscience has kind of turned and turned back in his favor and people love Joe Buchan again, we so talented I mean they save you hang around long enough people start forgetting the bad energy in the hate and he's kind of getting into his territories like Oh shit is not about Jack Buck Right Joe Buck is a legend and he's done. About Twenty five world series he's done a bunch of Super Bowls PGA you name it and again he has that great voice and here's the greatest compliment I can say about Joe. Buck. Is Even if the game is average, I was still tune into listen to his insight yes and have you talking to Joe Buck? Have you had that moment where you realize? When you're announcing a game would you've been doing for Sunday night baseball for a couple of years now have you had that moment? You realize like no matter what I say there will be people hate what I say even if it's just completely innocuous like it doesn't really matter people just listen and half of the audience is just GonNa hate you no matter what yes. I've been I've known that for now. Yeah. About two and a half decade right But you know the greatest thing about me and like twitter and stuff is people say all the nasty things and I don't know how to get into twitter. So yes, that's true. Tweet a little bit and respond I. It's a whole thing. So we're. Not Seeing it I know that. You just yelling into a brick. Yeah. You're on twitter. Yeah. I came back you on my nephew nick here who's with me. You know he's He's telling me you know te'o uncle the'll they're ripping you in tweet said yes. We need Nick's setup booklet of just positive tweets every day and just deliver that to you. That's kind of what he does briefing. Yeah. All right. So before we get to Joe Buck a quick word from our friends at simplisafe era, you own many homes, I know.
"joe w" Discussed on CharVision
"And then we go to the bowl. That's at the solar plexus. All of our Okay, so we lost him again. See there must be like all kinds of energy trying to get in the way, so while what the next thing I was going to ask was for Kurt. Can you play some of the sound bowl for us? Of course play. Thank you because I. Want People to get an idea of what it's like. Because you guys. They're doing virtual sound bulls now, so everybody can do it, and it's not. It's not going to play some of the music for people. Has You were frozen again. We're GONNA play some Music Joe. Aren't gonNA. Play it right now. Okay. Hum. Louder. Very them one I think I'm gonNA check it out. But he's trying to play the sound ball, but for some reason his ten. The sound is working well. That's what I was trying to exclaim. We cut it off. Was that it? The is very hard the way it comes in you. Play one in front of you. I can. You won't hear it though you won't hear..
"joe w" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"You know. Steve Lopez working. Steve Bell was product manager. Relatively, he had fat joe and Big Pun. And arrested terrorists quiet in a van driving through the whole America, because at the time I was scared to fly, so we drove everywhere to Shah we we jaw to Tocado Cabrini Greens. Were Pink House Dj. Pink Up. We job all around this country. McDonalds. Eat McDonald's even when flow Joe was like. PLOGER was number one in the country when number one and I was still get like four hundred dollars to go five dollars. A show wasn't a real money at the time, so it was like a struggle. You know to get to the next level, but I had left like fairy. Joe! This is bullshit. I had left the jug game alone when I signed to start rapid, and I refuse to go back. Even though my friends were still making literally millions of dollars, they was in Bentley's. They was in all Shit I. wouldn't go back. Is Somebody Got Robbed Indecu? Back any would not go in there. Because I knew this was my way out is the way I go. Took Real pay-cut shower. Do stuff like not only. Do My shows but Dan. or Promote parties John Pork heiress carris rally came and perform for me twenty times for free and Lebron's so everybody. The I gave pickiest I show. I show ever. The gave them a g and a bottom away, and he came, and I'm talking about Party and bullshit just came back. Okay, so it's like they'll I show. That Joe. Promoting party making a couple of grand on his side and doing my show, you know it was real. It was a real struggle. iheartradio and the US Census Bureau wanted to do something special for the class of twenty twenty, so we made commencement a new podcast with words of inspiration from the biggest names like John Legend. During, on certain and trying times we must lean on love to show us our clearest path pool Mary J. Blige, Tim Cook, David, Chen Katie couric. You'll need some very important life skills to move forward. Perhaps the most important one is resilience Chelsea handler and Russia congratulations you did you graduated? This is a time for celebration of an amazing personal achievement listen. Listen, to iheartradio new podcast commencement in partnership with the twenty twenty census speeches available now on Iheartradio, APP or wherever you get your podcasts, remember you can do something that'll affect the next ten years so if you lived in a dorm, don't worry. Your school will count you if you didn't visit twenty two thousand Census Dot, Gov? Slash Grad to be counted. Yeah I remember an episode of Your TV wraps where you had Like your own clothing joint, or like you like one of the I used to have your. Your, venture In hip hop. J Five. Sixty and Jay Jason Sixty. Six I think. Everything! I REMEMBER! Did he had the jacket? So. What happened was An. Shit. I never said before, but. It was probably the first second I. Don't know who Tang had their their brand I. It was one of the you remember we was making these. So we were making these coats and snorkels. Leather Jacket. Someone's like the Adriatic's is and. And I remember going to a party. And puffy. And Jay Z. Walking into the bathroom I was in the bathroom wherever Jay five sixty snorkels. I was like Oh shit. There's a year we in your shit. I'm like I cool Yo, but the business partners that I had it really really cheap. They WANNA really mass deuce. They didn't really really. WanNa, market and promote, and we lost our shop hundreds hunches. Millions of dollars with that land with that line was ahead of his. Young. I wanted to visit it like. I remember you mean Freddie, where like live of that store like Yo, I want to go over there and see that join always wanted to see it and never knew what happened to it. Ago I was just as. I was just kind of curious as you were talking about you. Find your deal. The Middle Street you would new after you didn't know anything. Some of those hard lessons that you had to learn on your way. Because now you are, you are D- businessman. You know this business out, but before we'll be like a couple of them hard lessons that you had to learn while I. Really I really ain't GonNa lie. You did not get jerked by Chris Likely in the middle of the street style was lucky. Not Now was lucky. He did not jerk. Me was fair with me. Trevor Relativity was good to be but I dig you jerk from publishing show I had signed a deal with. This Guy Ledge Jelly bean but. When? He was signing my. He was doing music from Madonna Naloxone. Yana Shit, he he hit me with the YO. We both lot ski. No, this is bullshit at it. I met him in nineteen. Ninety two I signed his publishing. GimMe fifty thousand dollars when I signed. He been robbing me for that. Ever, since and I still ain't seen them in like twenty five years. And you know, and so we've been trying to get some type of royalty accounting, or whatever I didn't have my publishing back till around lean back by any English for there was. An idea, man Robbie from publishing real talk. Shit. Damn Benita. took. Donald passed by good Oh lachey. Latino! Can you talk to like? Can you talk to where like Latino, music and hip hop were meeting at that time I mean behind you giant picture of actor Leveaux. The King of. A, what's your name? Question. I'm bill. Sherman y'all bill. Let me tell you something bill. Hop Haley's black and Latino music from day one. So if you go to the very. Inception of HIP hop. Music, very first block party champ. You'll see the Latinos in there and the blacks. And break dancing, and they right repeat Latinos is break dancing and writing graffiti. Black guys was mostly DJ and an MC and ask rural folk. But if you go to one and you look in the Archives of hip hop, it's always been black Latino music. Was it like that. 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"joe w" Discussed on True Crime Brewery
"Actress cranberry listeners. Today we just like to tell you about a really crazy. Show that we've discovered from wonder. The show is called Joe Exotic and the story is just a lot a lot to process and really a lot to believe I was actually listening to it in my car and I drove right past my exit. Your was it worth it. I mean did you get some more stuff that you wanted to listen to. I did I never heard of this guy before you brought him up and his life choices are certainly not what mine would ever be probably no one else except maybe for Joan self but at the same time really entertaining yes. I agree for Joe. Exotic life was as zoo. Joe Lived on sixteen acres in the Oklahoma Prairie Lance. His given name of course is not exotic. But that's what he calls himself. Joe was able to scratch out a living from a roadside wildlife attraction that he ran. But you know that's just the beginning. Hear this outrageous tourist attraction housed babboons alligators and big cats. But Joe's life was as much of a side show as this haphazard zoo. He definitely likes some sideshow theater in his personal life as a gun toting. Spur wearing tiger breeding gay cowboy polygamist with a mullet show was absolutely a real character. He became an eccentric local celebrity. Who freely handed out condoms with his face printed on them. Joe Definitely had his own brand of crazy that somewhere along the line. He pushed it a bit too far and things turn very dark very quickly. Listen to Joe Exotic and you'll find out how a love of animals turned to hatred and murderous revenge. You're about to hear a preview now of Joe Exotic in this wild podcast from Wendy. You'll meet JOE himself and you'll get a glimpse of what life was like inside his zoo and inside his unusual. Mind while you're listening. Go ahead and subscribe to Joe Exotic on Apple podcasts. Spotify or wherever? You're listening to us now. There is also a link in our episode notes. That will take you there. It was the winter of two thousand fourteen in a little dance hall in. When you would Oklahoma a wedding was just getting started okay. I'd like to welcome you to a most unusual wedding. The room was decorated in hot pink and Tiger Stripes. The audience was a mix of humans and animals was several people there with different kinds of monkeys. They were for the most part in their strollers. Serve on their MOM's lap for in their shirt. Jacqueline Thompson was among the guests. She watched three men in matching hot pink. Cowboy shirts and black jeans walked to the front of the hall. Today we have gathered to witness the Union of Travis. John and Joe Joe said that he always had to boyfriend's Outta time he never just had one. Joe Was the groom in the middle. He had a chrome pistol hanging from a leather holster around his hips and bleach blond mullet. His real name was Joe Shrimp Vogel but he was better known as Joe Exotic in the book of ECCLESIASTES. Dis Bet you know this the we are even better for triple. Braided cord is not easily broken. Joe's fifty one years old one of his husbands to be in his late twenty s and the other was just nineteen. And can we have the rings? Fleas Jacqueline and the other guests watched a small eight gripping white. Satin pillow was carried up to the front of the hall after me. I give these rings as a Joe slipped the ring on one fiancee's finger and then on the other. You may now kiss after the wedding. The party moved down the street to Joe Zoo there. Joe was in his element climbing in and out of cages while a camera crew captured it all for his Youtube Channel at one point. Jovan Jacqueline over to bear cage handed her a marshmallow and told her put it. Between Your Lips I put in my mouth and I'm like you know hesitating to put my face through the bar and then he grabbed her head and shoved it up against the cage inches from the bears mouth and they're just all of a sudden. Grab the food in. His tongue ended up going down my throat and all I remember is getting a mouthful of sand and slobber it was like I was gagging and he was just laughing so hard almost pitas fans and they got that on tape too. It was a wild celebration but in a quieter moment. Joe confided something in Jacqueline. He was haunted by a recent tragedy he says. My champ was poisoned Joe. Tall Jacqueline he suspected the animal rights extremists. Were behind it as well as the recent deaths of Wolf pups and he was afraid they wouldn't be the last and just started crying. You wrapped his arms around me. And we just balled together. Then Joe said she was looking for someone to provide security to keep his animals safe at the zoo and to keep him safe over the years. Joe had made a lot of enemies but there was one who kept him up at night here. You just always call her names like crazy bitch hateful bitch. It always something bitch. That woman was Carol Baskin. All talked about was that she won't leave him alone for five years now. Carol had been threatening to shutdown Josue and destroy all that he had built. He said he needed somebody. That was really good with a gun that could take her out and now joe was ready to put an end to it and I said junior the sniper. He's like why are you have one? I said actually I do. You can listen to all six episodes of this mind-bending story including exclusive Joe Exotic Bonus episode acid free on wondering plus for limited time. We're offering listeners. A free week of one plus just go to wondering plus dot com slash exotic. You can also subscribe and listen to Joe Exotic from wondering on Apple podcasts. Spotify a wherever. You're listening right now..
"joe w" Discussed on YouTuber News: The Podcast
"You disappointed you at the office. You need eventually. But before that it's time to hear from Joe South. He's been sat very silently in the corner of the studio the entire show so far just waiting to speak. You're right that he's not get me he's doing one thumbs up what he's doing. It's a second thumbs up as lovely to say. So yes. I'm about to speak to him right here right now in this studio If when we speaking it sounds like we're obviously using different microphones in a different room on what was Kalia Different Day That's probably just an audio issue. Probably actually your full in some way. It's probably something to do with your phone appropriately brain so if it sounds like I recorded this a good week or so ago in an entirely different environment. That's your full and at the end of the day. I accept your apology and forgive. You don't beat yourself up about it. We all make mistakes and you have certainly made a few. So here is Mr Joseph. He's feet away from me Joseph Kelly. I'm aware Howie I'm very well. We'll get focused. Thank you very much. let's face it in the studio the entire show so far deadly silent art work. Can you open up for me? Hey business you just sold Rubik's cube quietly the back exactly and it's one of those big ones the twelve by twelve. That's incredible now Joseph. You're you're in the SIMS. How does that happen? As it's another one pinch yourself moments where it makes me feel like is my life a game of the Sims innocence. Whoever's playing me is is really really good using some sort of crazy cheap. It's amazing is my last full circle. Because the first uploaded online gaming channel was me playing Sims. And I've done very. We've been my most popular series on that channel and since it's been around for over twenty years now which how many games can say that. They've been around for that long embiid not successful for that amount of time. I've been playing. I feel it came out back when the money cheap was Columbus Rather Rosebud. That's how that's how knowledge that. Oh Yeah and my first. My first house ever built on the SIMS. I felt this huge mansion of using using the money. I Made Chester Bennington from Lincoln Park. Because he was my my hero back then a musical hero so I made him in the House and the House is so big. I can never find him. Yeah that really liked dates. It really does. Yeah and so. That was my first experience the Sims. So now I've always done very serious throughout my time playing a game on my youtube channel and a now been asked to be a downloadable character for the game which is lovely because the amount of people that watched my series of auto tried to make me in the sims and stuff but now an official you in the Sims. Say That I'm a video game character. Incredible Nice did you have much impact on how he looks. I did actually I did. I did get a little bit. Like Madame Toussaud's in a way they they they look at you they K- they didn't go to the Whiz kids that sims and they build you as it comes back to you then you say oh. I don't think I'd wear that. I think I'd go for a different style. Jackie o this kind of thing and they come back with another version and it really makes you question actually like of law thought about my hair color because of because I class myself as kind of like a brown light Brown. Yeah say no no. You're you're dirty blonde or you're you're a mousy brown more or blunt people say that some people say I'm blonde. I'm like this no. There's no way I'm blonde eighteen when I was a kid but not now but that's one of the great things about the Sims and actually the master of the campaign that goes along with being the game is that you can make yourself how you want. And that's why I've always loved about the Sims is that you is is a real escapism game. You go in there. You can quit your however you want your house to be you can you can make yourself heavy. WanNa be and you can celebrate. That is there is a place where you can be whoever you want. And it's a nice thing to do to do that. Which always been a big fan of so. Yeah she's so nice. Nice Little Fit. Definitely you mentioned a campaign yes. Let's hear a little bit more about what that's all about so the campaign is basically is all about being able to be yourself in this virtual world which has been around since the start like even twenty years ago. I always Simmons has been way ahead of its time being a place where you can create who you want to play for example myself always been Scott. My as passed the law homeowners. Play myself the same our making an earring. 'cause WE LIKE. I can't do that in real life so now I can have an earring and no one's going to judge me. Yeah the campaigns about about that and about being able to make yourself whoever you WANNA bay no matter who you are you can be yourself and it's a place of celebration and Zero Judgment Nice. If you ever wanted to hit job south talk passionately about the Sims. Yeah this one. This is obviously as he said. He played the Sims loads. Yes you have a favorite way to motorist him not as much anymore because they happy with his Chrysler softy on the Sims nowadays except for the I did a series big brother series much. I bill made a lot of youtubers put more in a house together and the fans aside each week who I made it. So they vote for who they want to stay in Robin who they want to go and the person unfortunately the least amount of votes would then go into solar derek tree in a house where move the door and they just sit there in their own their own mass rape comes along and get through to them which but before that it was always my favorite way was to remove the ladder from the poll classic death and because then what happened was every morning shower a toilet. Make breakfast if you put them in the pool at night you can pick their face. They come back fully rejuvenated. Sue is actually a a nicer way of getting them fresh for the next morning without having to go through the process of making breakfast. Everyone making sure the kids go to school on time and not sleep and all that kind of thing so they just they wash in the pool. They go to the toilet the pool. Is that Paul lovely? I once killed one in a pool but then it came back as Zombie. That could happen quite scared. There's so many so interesting. The amount of This game is amazing. Because there's so many little things they put this game that there's a full online encyclopedia this game and there's so many little. Easter eggs in this game is so many things it even. I'm still learning now. Twenty years on from it came out. And it's all things I'm learning about like if you eat assert a food on a certain day then you will have twins in the game. There's there's little things that they put in the game and was great is it's been like a field like any. Sim Series. I do. It's been a real collaborative process. 'cause my fans who watched these series. They teach me so much as well as people that play the game. Watch my stuff such a nice community as well. They are very like I'm not the best player in the world learning all the time but it's nice because they helped me a lot one zero by the way Jay. If you do this this you'll make your life ten times ease and perfect is a nice little If there was very collaborative which is nice as well. But you've got an ace in the hole now because if someone criticizes you can I am. I am actually a sin. Yeah I've I've Not Quite mastered the language yet. Don't get moving away from the Sims. Just for one moment you're up to a lot lately. Drops a little song a daytime video. Yes where did that come from? It came from my office and as a as a sailor going back two years ago we released a song cooled. You want my sister. I think it was called. We made an hour as a as a joke and put it out there. As you've been Cami Chris I'm GonNa now is a popular thing around at the time and it just it really well. Let's do it again so last summer. We filmed it a new one and twenty four hours to do it and then just didn't get around to putting out because of very the projects and stuff. I was busy busy boy and then it finally went out. He finds much video film for Really. Really budget filmed on cameras. Zero zero money into making. That looks good. Though we have for the vow to make it look like I think we've tried to keep anything else it wouldn't have really dodgy make a really great job on that and then we put out their just desserts do and people loved. It was a nice little thing. Didn't too much criticism with the old voice of did okay and we've got another song ready to go but it's more about like we're doing it for fun is not. I mean I'm not trying to climb the charts and be right up there with the storms eason yet share. And that's not what we're going to see like an album. I didn't think so. I think he's GonNa make ten tracks developed to the thing to down. We're halfway there and but it's kind of like when I started youtube. I never started thinking right. This is the business plan is going to do. It is all. I knew nothing about business when I first started youtube. I was simple Thatcher on a roof thinking. I'm going to be hit some seventy so anything that I made of Youtube was pumped money. That's literally what it was and so over. The years has now become a job very fortunate to have a job so I think the best thing to go into everything is to treat it like a hobby and I think you enjoy what you're doing and at the moment like we're doing it for fun We're enjoying it so happy days if it does well it does well if it still having fun with it. And that's the that's the main thing fair-play but could be a world tour on the on the rising tension imagined. Say it now live. If you'RE GONNA IF YOU'RE GONNA make into allow him. What would you call it? Of course Ann. How on Earth manage this have we? We go away with this one sock Real Life Sim- similar song I would do. I think going back many years ago. Pixie Lott actually did a change. One of her songs in this is this is my sims knowledge She Changed Muhammadu. Change Mamadu into similar going way back so I'll do a Pixie lawn that one and change the now into in similar it can be done. It could be done and says well at I. Twenty twenty this random question. I'm asking people. Twenty twenty is the year of the rat memes about rats at the moment right. People seem to be coming round on them yet misunderstood creature. I've always not got the fear of rats. To be honest. I grew up in the countryside. A bunk bed right and grabbing the countryside. You do you live in the countryside. Not Go for a stage where you've got rats in your house. Sure maybe it's just not us by at a bunk bed quite close to sealing and I remember the days or used to wake up to some scratching above my head in the loft and it always sounds a lot bigger and scarier than they actually are but realistically that I get people that are scared of rats. A not scared of squirrels and I'm like the honest. A squirrel is kind of like a rat with bushy tail is not that much in it so. I think it's I think it's just a thing deep psychological thing of like this this thing when you're a kid you associate. Ratu being scary. Halloween thing spices snakes spiders. Snakes I've found him quite interested in them to hold a spider. A snake was funny. You say that I've got so your say but no I think I misunderstood creature. Just a big a big mouse. Yeah a really small horse. Yeah exactly exactly well. That's that's the correct really happy to hear that. Best Sim stuff. Thanks so much talking to us. Thanks I say us just just you just Mary. I wouldn't have any of the way. Ben Thank you and there he goes. He's standing up. He's taking off his podcast headset. He's unstrapped his podcast harness hosting both of his podcast crossbows and he's opening the door and he's leaving. It was lovely. Thank you joe that go lovely of him to come into the studio here to Youtube as h q which is of course recorded in blimp that flies over London at All Times? Makes you grab a parachute before you leave? Joe Becomes very difficult. If you don't thanks may oh well dear listener. It seems we once again. Come to the end of the show. Good good good friends. Good bye and it To me a copyright strike GonNa Focus the moon the bear and the Big Blue House. Maybe waiting for you to come and play to come and play. That's probably exactly in the space..
"joe w" Discussed on YouTuber News: The Podcast
"There friends. I am actor and dancer Timothy Shalini the prod of safety gotta you may remember me from laws except set of Youtube News. What I took your precious host Benazir hostage along with these little audio whipping boy. Joe Well I wanted to keep him prisoner. In My Volcano Lair. What realized he was still contractually obligated to produce more episodes of these silly podcast. And if there's one thing ostensible its contractual obligations. They are the glue that holds society together. And I'll say this is a deadly deadly main. Cy added a massive heart. I have gifted him a small podcast microphone and granted him permission to make one more episode before I decide. He's eventual fight so enjoy and remember. I am Shallow Bay and I was in the movie. My name is l. now on with the show everyone panics. They're just recording a regular episode of the show. Definitely not been held prisoner and It's not mighty school already. Told HIM UNIT PRISONER. You can lean right into that. Don't have to pretend is normal. Oh fine Yes I'm being kept in a cage volcano warm. Let me tell you warm but nice change from London. I don't know why we're going ahead with all this nonsense because we have Joe sugg on this week's episode and I have done more than enough to alienate new listeners with all Timothy. Shallow may not since the at the top of the show. But don't worry young Mr Joseph will be on the show later on. He's he's in the SIMS now. That sounds like a joke. But it's not a joke in the Sims so I chat to him about that. I shot it to him about rats. What else about his possible future music career as a very exciting interview? Stay tuned for that..
"joe w" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"I guess the I mean none of us are well. There's some exceptions Joe firestone and Joe Sky also maybe just maybe. I'm not the great actor but also like a lot of the people that we cast on. The show aren't like a lot of the kids in the choir their kids from the Milwaukee Llc area that no we don't want a bunch of child actors who sink perfect we want the kids to be them selves and sound like a Acquire the when we did this new season we needed a beauty salon and We've found not only the the perfect beauty salon. The kind of reminded me of the one from my own grandmother got her hair done but the owner of on was such a great personality. Interesting Person I mean. She spent their entire fire career talking to people all day long and finding out what they know and keeping them entertained while she cuts their hair. You know who better to cast than the the net. Sometimes it makes things tougher to but I I think these decisions to shoot in real places US real people and Let the unpolished of go. Just it Kinda adds up and hopefully grounds a show on a bunch of choices says and also Me and Marty scouse pull the excellent director. Don One hundred percent know what we're doing so we just kind of embrace a a bunch of the flaws of the show instead of trying to split them out include them and I hope that that's fun like Joe Firestone's not call like this but in episode eight of last season She walked right into a doorway. And I don't know anybody really noticed but stuff flake leaving and shots were she walks into a doorway or where I Almost trip or something like that you just you know. Don't don't bother take in amount because that's what people wanna see. People run at the doorways. I think are you proud of this. Show yes we put Everything we have into it. I know it's not like the the most polished show or anything else but kind of thing that we we said going into it as we don't have the budget or I mean fifty million dollars an episode but Sorry Bad Joan I'm just tried the says every everybody on the cast and crew we trying care as much as we can about the show and all the decisions in the editing and every step of the way from the scripts of we just try and care more a a about the show or as much as possible. Because that's you know I'm not the smartest so we can't make the smartest shore of even thou right funniest show is Had Danny McBride is doing that but I don't know I think I hope that those intangible qualities kinda carry across and just that they'd carrying in the from from everyone is just people we'll be able to sense it when they watch it or John. I'm glad you're proud of it. Because as much as I love Danny McBride and I do I think I think your show is my favorite everything on DVD. I love it so much and I'm really. Yeah for real. Thank you absolutely for real. I mean mandal. Laurean is fun too. Don't get me wrong but no going hard on baby. Yoda to know I like. I like baby Yoda. I like mandal oriented. I I like your show better thanks. That's the honest truth and I'm I'm really grateful that you took this time to be on both I I I really appreciate it. Same thank you. I hope you like the the season because I I think it's free Special word the places that goes to the finale at the end of January Roy. I'm excited sighted. Thank you Joe. Thanks Joe Para if you haven't seen Joepat talks with you you really should very sincerely gets my highest highest recommendation. I genuinely loved the show. It's like nothing else on television You can watch both seasons at adult swim DOT COM Tom. There are also two specials. Joe Parrot talks you to sleep and Joe Para helps you find the perfect Christmas tree which is right up there with you've The pee-wee's playhouse Christmas special on the list of best television Christmas programming. That's the end of another episode of Bulls Eye Bulls Eye is produced at maximum fund. Dot Org World Headquarters Overlooking Macarthur Park Los Angeles California where the city of Los Los Angeles is planting some new plants and they appear to be mostly native so pay shout out to the city of La. Well we're at shoutout to the county of La. Do good work to the show is produced by speaking into microphones. Our producer is Kevin Ferguson. Hey Soussan Perosio is our associate producer. We could help from Casey O'Brien. Our our production fellows are Jordan cowling Melissa. DNS are interstitial. Music is by Dan. Wally also known as Dj w our theme song is by the band. The go team are thanks to them and to Memphis industries their label for letting US use it and one last thing. We're also on facebook twitter and Youtube. Just search for bullseye else. I with Jesse Thorn You can find it on any of those platforms All the interviews on this show and all of our interviews from the past few years on Youtube if you WANNA go browse around our youtube channel. I think that's about it. Just remember all great radio host deficit sign-off Bullseye with Jesse Thorn is a production of maximum. Fun Dot Org and is distributed by N._p._R...
"joe w" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"Calm down do no. Don't let this isn't funny okay. It is serious areas to him. Here's try I need a win. Con romalis aesthetic. Is You know you've worked at Imola A lot. But his aesthetic is much more intense than yours. How do you decide how do you decide when there will be A sharp joke moment like that on a show that is almost entirely consistent and gentlemen town. Oh I guess just by putting Connor in the episode. Is that good yeah. He's so funny in there we we've serve really similar interest EG Bite is actually based on something that he does for real at breakfast now. Why don't we just kind of put it in the script and do the step by step and that's all there was to here? It's it's a balance of the you know went to hit on in really hard jokes and went to kind of resist But Yeah I don't know having connors just discreet discreet. As a writer I think he wrote on my favorite episodes. This coming season about going to the grocery store need not even in it but you can tell that. There's some really sharp jokes at hand stuff. I never think of because of stuff that hits Outside of my mic comedy tone. That is just very you know straightforward Funny I don't know on the other way to describe so you started doing comedy when you were eighteen in Buffalo. which is your hometown? What were the what were the circumstances? Don't think about my my Starting out in comedy too much things as they haven't taken the time to reflect back but it was. I thought about the seller week. It was stand up comedy classes at University of Buffalo. I took it while I was just. Maybe I guess Sousse between junior and senior year of high school and is topped by Alan. Try Bell who was a original. SNL writer he a Rhode Island Garry shandling show. And he's a great writer now a lot of done a lot of great books but the Me Unlike who's not pig less than ten other people but nothing wrong with a lot of middle aged people like looking to you know getting the comedy so at the end of the week. That was my assignment to do. Stand up set and I did it and I don't think it was very good. But the Allen who's very nice and It was good to get to do it there when you started doing it seriously. Was it in New York City. Yeah during that a little bit in buffalo but Tom I realized that I mean I wanted to do it. Hopefully fleet for a living someday in the it's not It's pretty tough from Buffalo. So onto do is in in. I knew I had to move away. I didn't than it was. It was good bill out of my my closest friends through doing stand up in New York. Had this really great is the. I'm glad I did. It was tough to start here but I. I'm very happy that I did. Was it a difficult decision Not just is to move to New York but to decide. Yes I actually do want to do this for a living especially being in Buffalo. Where as you said you know you can't do it for a living in buffalo floor is very difficult to do it for a living in buffalo here on news item on peak corny but is really kind of a dream? I knew upon to do it and so when I had the opportunity I moved. I put my head down live really cheap and I kind of weird. We're by said like I just focused on this and not worry about other things or you know a put aside a bunch of other first off to just work on focus on comedy news so great it was like the coolest thing just to be Kinda like well. We're working on the show when it we'll just kind of I guess just focused on doing a good job but the the one thing that is such a treat to just focus on comedy and just think about comedy all the time I still do. This is something that you didn't know when you moved to New York that you learned through Disciplined I use the the biggest thing that is a bunch of things is just how to do comedy at the pace that I wanted to. I'm not I'm not With your quick thinking side I figured out how to do it and taking it at my own own pace Hopefully without boring the audience and has kind of the the the goal over time that must have been a very difficult Paul thing to learn to do on a New York stand up stage. I mean I'm sure you were playing A lot of rooms that were relatively friendly friendly to that. You know there are plenty of great You know so-called rooms that you can play in New York where people are are there to see he something interesting. But there's also you know a huge tradition of fast-talking slightly belligerent. New York comedy and like to step on stage and own the stage without matching that energy after something like that is on stage strikes me as his real challenge. You know what I mean. Yeah it makes it is fun. I'm kind of glad that I did. Start a New York for their reason acres. There's some someone said earlier. Might be the reason why the show works on. All swim is that there's something louder and faster coming before that when my show come Amman or if I go on on stage in New York during his show and the person before me was like I love sex. Here's todd the here's how I like to surge. Swear and then I go and I you know I do about My favorite piece of Pie. I there's a good contrast than getting to the to keep the interest. I mean sometimes the audience would be interested. Uh of the bad but you know how do I get my writing to the level. Where am writing stuff that can hold the attention the entire set? Not just you talking about My favorite piece of Pie. But how do I take my pipe it to the next level make it ten minutes and quietly entertaining for for ten minutes and then the next guy comes on and goes yes I also love. Excuse me I'm sorry to swear in there but then you know and then I guess it Kinda worked in a nice way that they thought about the piece of Pie breath maybe I will raise the actual bit when we get done with dinner view. What was the? What was the first thing that you remember writing that really work that you're really proud of I think it's online but An those people in Buffalo Kit for obvious reasons by Joke about the buffalo bills. About how they they they lose for the so that the families in the area can bond more and I remember. It's like a on paper. It's like a few pages. It's a six minute bit and it's it ties together. A lot of stuff and I was very proud I remember. I spent a lot of time working on that on paper deeper and then testing it on stage when it came together. It's kind of a bit. That is hopefully funny and surprising. Also maybe make make people feel a little something. I don't know I've not sure about that. But it seems to and kind of leave the spaces in there to let let people think about their on Sunday afternoons watching football or going on drive with their family and They're kind of putting those things together. I think that bit in particular kind of combine. The things that I'm still working on now on Youtube if anybody's interested I just search Buffalo Bills Joke. It is titled Buffalo Bills Jack. I was about to mention that I was watching it before we started talking. Oh cool yeah not so relevant this year. Going to the Super Bowl Jesse. Well we'll see what the San Francisco Forty niners have to say about that when they both get there all right. I mean if the bills playoff game those off but I shouldn't say that I should say the buffalo bills are when the Super Bowl. This year. We have lots more to get into with Joe Para. Don't go anywhere when we come back from the break. I'll ask him how he makes the show feel so grounded and real and whether he's proud of it it's Bullseye for maximum fun dot org NPR. Hey It's Garros here host of how I built this from. NPR How do you turn turn an okay idea into a better one. Check out the how I built this podcast. In my live conversation with Stewart Butterfield. Founder of slack and flicker as he explains the art of the pivot. Listen now I get here but I suppose these are real podcast listeners..
"joe w" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"Joe Para talks with you is a small quiet show in fact it might be the smallest quietest show go on television. It is also frankly I think my favorite show on television. The conceit is pretty straightforward Ah Basically couldn't be anymore planes. Joe Para who's the host plays a version of himself in real life. He's a stand up comedian in the show. He teaches middle school choir. He basically guides you through his life. In the city of Marquette Michigan he talks about iron and breakfast and there's one where he talks about the rat wars of Alberta Canada long story and then while he talks with you about those things he lives his life life he visits his Nanna he teaches choir. He goes on a date with the band teacher. It is a deeply sweet show. The stakes are never life and death. There aren't any fights and it's funny but there are very few jokes anyway. I truly love Joe Paradox with you I and I'm so thrilled to have him on balls. I the show is wrapping up. Its second season right now on adult swim. Here's here's a little bit of it In the beginning of this new season Joe grow some snap beans in his garden. Only he is working on something really special bean arch. Here's Joe Right now. CERIGA believe this afternoon we'll plant seedlings either either side over the next sixty five days climbing structure route and if all goes well meet in the middle the snap beans genes will hang down so that when I walked under I'll be able to just reach up. You're not having bend over. It could be but reach up and pick a tall maybe even with your mouth. Joe Pair. Welcome to bulls. I am so thrilled to have you on the show. I love your show. Thanks for having me. Jessie how did you get the idea. Yeah that this thing that you are doing on your television show could be a television. Show growing the beaner CH- well that's specifically growing the bean arch. Oh that is it. What is it a a scenario deke? Mattamy with the thing we're one thing stands in for the group of things but No I mean like your show is really not like any other television shows and I wonder like at what point you brought this to a a a manager or an agent or something like that and there was and they were like like. Yeah we should take this out. In pigeon to television WOAH highly based on my stand up and it Kinda came about when I I I did a an animated special for adult swim called Joe Para talk she to sleep and there was you know that was just a goal to talk about nice things until people actually fell asleep in maybe Laughed a little bit along the way and then I guess a Kinda just grew from there you shows on late. Do People tell you that Joe Para talks with you. Put them to sleep sometimes. But you're actually. I've heard from a number of people that the sleep show actually works. I don't know if it's the show or just them getting themselves in the mindset to go to bed I really appreciate my dad. We come to the choir concerts or A. It did in high school he would fall asleep and I understand. He worked hard at the end of the day and the ad the come sit through a concert but my teacher Mr Thomas Actually said You know don't worry about it. If falling asleep is reaction and and kind of a good one so I guess they kind of started from from to see if I could create that reaction just environment than feeling where people who feel. Good going to bed and Right after the show and I think that the fact that it's on late is because they might have the opportunity to do so you know as a podcast her myself. People often tell me that they use one of my shows to one or the other of my shows to fall asleep to you. Know they'll put it on their headphones and as they go to sleep. I think that that's a nice thing. All okay very nice little bit. Yeah I guess people could take as little creepy or you could take it as creepy that they wanna what. I'll listen to your voice last before they drift off. But I don't know I guess that's the Nice thing that you could give him a enough of a feeling of calm or just bore them to sleep. Yeah it really is a first of all I. It hadn't even occurred to me that I could take creepy but now in the future I will bear that in mind but I think it's hard for me to remember that what they mean when they say that is that the show is is a safe and comfortable claims for them and if they are doing this to fall asleep it may be that they don't feel safe and comfortable otherwise when they're falling falling asleep Ravin that my work is boring here. No I was just kidding but I don't know could be a lot of things it could be I don't know just the the radio noise this be something I mean. They definitely put on for a reason. they you know they don't don't listen to another show but maybe not fan of that. You could introduce The ten minutes scream or every ten the minutes during your show Egypt scream and put an end to pretty quick. Were there uh other shows that when you were pitching Joe Paradox with you or even pitching your Joe Paradox you to sleep that you talked about as as touchstones for for what kind of thing you wanted to make. Yeah it's a bunch of things I mean it's meant to be kind of an informational show at the start and I guess each time it gets away from that so I've been saying kind of like a CBS Sunday morning hiring is done by a middle school choir teacher and oftentimes he gets distracted and also their jokes but I I I think. Some of the development happened with a series a web series. I did call the pancake in Cape Breakfast critic where I would go to a critique community pancake breakfast spaghetti dinners and stuff and I always a big fan of unfit fishing with John by John. Laurie and WHO's the inspiring. In a way and I think move I listened thousands Certain styles type stuff made of made its way into the pancake. Breakfasts critic and from that into the show go fishing with John. If you haven't seen it I highly recommend it. It's so funny and kind of calming at the same time too. I think he's is trying to do something a little bit similar in terms of just having a fishing show late at night but then it kind of became a The something's different every time but also kind of capture that feeling of watching television late at night and not quite in thinking you know what to expect or just getting ready to fall asleep while watching it but then teed something else. Let's hear another other clip from Joe Para talks with us so in this scene. Joe Is out to breakfast. Breakfast is a lot of breakfast on. The show is out to breakfast with His neighbor Mike who's played by Connor. o'malley who also is a writer and creative contributor to the show a otherwise and they're talking about what what constitutes the perfect egg bite. They sort of settle on one by that includes everything. That's on the breakfast plate toast and butter and Hash browns aunts and catch up and jam and the egg all in one munch. But it's really key that in this sunny side up egg the yolk stay intact. So we're about to hear Mike. Having just assembled all the layers and Joe and the family are all watching in this diner and we will hear as he fails at getting the perfect bite. We've done our work properly pretty good way. I love you babe. We go.
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