18 Burst results for "John Apetite"
"john appetite" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Whatever the number was for John Lynch. These guys have wanted to do this for a little while on dis is this is the big move. This is the move. This is the franchise defining move. This is the career defining move for for language. Certainly, uh, show um, you know, they're all in and you know, this is the type of thing that can drive a wedge between guys too. You know, if the personnel department and the coaching department We're on the same page. I mean, this is this is big stuff, and I was trying to discern this is through zoom, Of course, you know, thereby language all that stuff. They look very comfortable in their decision. They were confident that they look comfortable with one another. This is not trend Baalke in Jim Harbaugh, who had one point press conference to begin that regime, and then they were never seen in a room together. So I mean, I think if there's any sort of like sub takeaways, that's one of them that these guys are on the same page there in lock step with this plan. The question is Who do they end up with that? It bears the athletic. Let me throw a question that you that's been asked of me at least five times today. Um, what happens if they do keep Jimmy Garoppolo on the 40? Niners end up in the Super Bowl? Then what do you do? Yeah. I mean, somebody people have been asking that. I mean, do you think that on the, uh, on the on the podium post Super Bowl, John Lee goes to raise the Super Bowl trophy since Well, wait a second. But what do we do now? It's Jimmy Garoppolo. No one's gonna care a that point. They just want their six Super Bowl. So I mean, it's a great problem toe have and they'll be dealing from a position of strength. I mean, they could get something. Jimmy Garoppolo led them to the Super Bowl. They could get something substantial for him. And maybe something substantial four Train lands or Justin Fields or Mack Jones or whoever they They took Yeah, that No, it's a great problem to have. But it is similar to what just happened to the Packers. Because if it happens, then you do walk out of there like great. You won the Super Bowl, but The perception is you just wasted, not just one first round pick three first round picks. A true but your Super Bowl champions. You've got a nuclear sign you've got you've got the core of your team intact. I mean that the Packers Um, be moaning came after they were bounced from the playoffs. I mean, they felt rotten. Um and Aaron Rodgers has never been hesitant about expressing himself. He feels that way. And I know it would just mean obviously, you know, Once you win a Super Bowl you you start to take on More problems and egos go left and right. What? Not, But I mean, even in that scenario, though, they still have Jimmy Garoppolo sign for one additional season. I mean, it's certainly not out of the realm of possibility that they go through another season with him and just let his contract play out entirely. I mean, that wouldn't be, you know, and it all depends on how he looks, performs in 2021, but Again, E think fans, the 40 Niners. They would be way into that scenario, Matt this this question might be a little out of left field. But I wonder when you think this became the plan. Were they poking around with the idea of Dijon Watts and ready for something to happen there And then with what's developed, they moved on. Or do you think maybe this was the plan earlier than that? What do you think? You know, I initially thought that all the Shawn Watson, um, lawsuits, um, you know, knock them off of the Shawn Watson and and told them OK, We have to go through the draft to find our quarterback strength, Our death that we're looking for. But Lynch was saying today that you know they started down this road and in early March That it kind of was put on hold because all these teams wanted to see what happened in creating see before they made any move, so I can't quite remember the timeline of all these Um, these lawsuits, But it seems to be early march. You know, the Shawn Watson was mainly in the clear, so it seems like once the Stafford thing again and again, the 40 Niners had Luke warm interest in it. They just kind of wanted to hang around and see. What was gonna happen was over. And then Shanahan. You know, he said that he started looking at Machu owns sort of looking at all these quarterbacks intently in early January, I would imagine that took a month. I would say that this idea started to crystallize and sometime in February, and then they started to act on it in early March. Interesting stuff. Maddy Barrels the athletic man. It's great to have you I could ask you 100 more questions, but that's what April will before. Um, billion time. Yeah, exactly. But But before we get way, move on with our evening. How about How about big finish, huh? We're gonna do a food related big finish. Well, we'll find out you have to agree to do the big finish first. You don't want to make sure I have your your your blessing here. Well, he wanted categories. Money. One of the candidate boys always seems to be money there. No, we're leaving money off tonight. Okay. All right, then. Then I agree. Okay. Maddie barrels on the big finish. Thistle is a big, big big finish. Got the sand to give him a grand finale and these sports leader? No. Here's Mark Willard. Yeah. And here's Matt Barrows. And tonight, Matt, these two categories of you, of course. Just pick one. Do you want to do fun with food or TV guide? Let's do TV guide. Okay, let's do TV guide. Here We go for your tastes. The show that was canceled too soon. Um Wings. I always loved the wings going up and undeclared. Undeclared was a good one. Ellen John Appetite Juan in the nineties. I don't know why that thing never took off. I really, really liked it. Selection of wings does amazing and I and I have been told that Thomas Hayden Church and I are a little bit of a vocal doppelganger. There you go. Yeah, Yeah. You were in sideways, right? Right. Absolutely. Well,.
"john appetite" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast
"One of those films that people have a really hard time with. They have a hard time with abreu. Simitis how graphic it is. How vindictive and almost mean spirited it is not from people in the film it is a film that very thoroughly traumatizes the audience both in the atrocities committed against the female protagonist and in the brutality of her revenge. Young woman does very much the same thing. Were it Suspends the audience in that. You want you you understand. In root for what she's doing but at the same time there are moments in the story that really on that shit. You know how how far is too far. How far is ray. Yeah absolutely and i think you know obviously just getting like right into spoiler territory like we said here. I mean part of my issue with the film. The second time through is is also something that i find interesting about the film at the same time and that is where ultimately goes with the ending and everything and i think that that's part of that is just like something that's just so ugly that you kinda can't turn away from what ultimately happens to cassie in this movie And it's it's ending that as an audience member you know i. I don't know about you. But i don't want this ending. You know because we've got we've gone through this whole setup where where she's kind of let this bo burnham character in and then they have what seems like such a good thing going but then things are revealed and then it just goes as dark as can be from that point forward and it kind of like throws everything else out out the window at that point and that kind of audience members is a little bit frustrating. I feel like but it also is a mirror to how frustrating an awful for lack of much worse words. Things can be in real life for people who go through these issues to me. The ending has been a topic of conversation surrounding promising. Young woman in in it took me a while to how i feel about the ending in what i think about the ending or two very different things i feel. The ending is not satisfying. The come right out and saying just again if you if you don't want to be spoiled skip heads if ahead at the end of promising young woman. Cassie not only fails to exact to say she fails isn't even entirely accurate. Her happy becomes a casualty to the system. She's fighting against she'd have a moment of kind of for final moments. Host post mortem in the bo burnham element because again the film is all about balance and reality and bo. Burnham comes in as a good guy character. He's the man that's going to convince. Cassie that not. All men are the same when she has roaming evidence to the contrary by the end of the film we realize that her heard her hopes have been dashed. My feeling is is that god is not as satisfying way to in the movie. What i think in what i know to be true is that that distinction is so critical. i think the way that they introduced burnham's character into the situation was very important that in the eyes of many rightfully so in abiding bystander is just as guilty as an aggressive perpetrator and while that is very difficult to watch from a hollywood i. I'm rooting for these crazy. Kids perspective sure yeah. It is so essential to the message of the film and to accurately portraying this very real and cultural experience right right and for a movie. That's like set up specifically to raise questions and get people talking. It is yet another question within the the overall questions of you know. How bad is this guy while there is. There is something there and everybody's going to have different opinions on that and so it just continues to raise more questions. But i'll jump onto my next piece. We've already started working our way from the ending. I'll go back to the beginning of the movie and the opening scene where we've get these kind of slow motion average guys just dancing to either. The song is boys i. I'm not sure the name of the artist but it reminds me of kind of the dark side of just in general jet apoptosis style movies so some of these movies are directed by john appetite. Some of them. Just star his regulars. Whether that's seth rogan james franco or any of these people. But you always get these big laugh set up by just how goofy these you know. Average as dudes are at the club and all that stuff and then we go straight for comedy from that point forward in this. Were getting the other side of that. That oh you know. There's a fairly good chance that some of these people are not good guys. You know even if there's jokes even there's fun times and all that stuff at the bar scene like what really happens later isn't always so great and so it's kind of like a flipping the coin of that whole judd appetite party movie vibe. I think that's such a perfect place to start because for me any. Don't very excited about this film. And.
"john appetite" Discussed on Dopey: On the Dark Comedy of Drug Addiction
"Now it's like Oh you think can happen and sobriety waiting for it. You know but that's also like when they say you only have today and how good is your today you know what I mean it's not how much time you have. It's how good your today is like what are you do today to keep that stuff from keeping you down you know what I mean like I I got five years in August, and that was the most time I ever had in my life and I was not doing well. You know what I mean because I was going to a meeting. Once every couple of weeks I wasn't Prang I wasn't doing step work. I was barely talking to my sponsor. I had no spun sees nothing and I came up on five years and I was like getting into fights everyday with everybody you know like and I had to double down on spirituality and I'm program and all that stuff. So I understand what you're saying and I think. You Being Leslie Orphan you know prolific. Or you know accomplished person coming on my stupid podcast and saying that is very meaningful to me. So I really appreciate Straight up like. Being dry and unlike getting good things like doing the bare minimum doing enough to like get me a little bit back to sobriety. Get next thing in that'd be like peace God, and then what changed for me this time is that I started doing the big book hardcore like Commun- book somber I've been called a lot worse. And five sponsors now, and this isn't even a brag like I don't. Watch. Cheese I. I love them but like. My sponsor like I started going to this big book study and is it's like you know we talk about that. My podcast was called called filling the void and we always talk about that God sized hole We're trying to fill US and like that it's not it's not avoid. It's not it's not a hole that's filled with nothing. It's a whole that is filled with self an ego and God is underneath it, and so it's like we chip away and the whole process of the steps is unblocking on blocking. So we have access to a higher power that's already there like it's so I had so much self so much self and unlike. Doing this work because I want access I'm like I'm done because not not. Drinking and doing drugs and not doing program is bullshit. Saw It's the worst. I don't even know where to get heroin and I do just go downtown six spring asked for flacco. Like I'm not getting tar I'm not going doctor shopping like that's a lot of like you know what it means. It's like. I'm going to I'll. Probably. Drink. No. Right. So I can't like there's no. Somebody on said at a meeting if you if you if you had a problem and you drink over, then you have a minimum of two problems. But not the there's no world where I think. I can drink safely like I wanNA drink safety I don't know what that I don't know. I don't understand that who drinks to just have A. have a drink like. You drink to get drunk like what other kind of drinking is there? Not to mention you did drugs to get out of your head to get as far as you could get. And basically like if you do program, you don't know how how far you can go with like the the levels that you get to are like they're big cool levels of. Growth, you know what I'm saying. Are you with me. I'm one hundred percent with you. I had no idea. So like I was saying, you know I, hit this bottom in recovery and all the things that I was afraid of, and it's like Starlink. You know reading the Big Book working with your sponsor doing listening to other people at meetings thinking about like. Social time like a lot of time pass and I was really. Sad about it for a really long time with the love thing and really embarrassed like an you just start telling the truth little by little. You know like. Maybe if not, my friends may be if not to my family than like a meeting where nobody knows me and then that little bit of truth you know goes into a conversation with somebody. That's like well I was on TV show I created my own TV show that I got flyer from. And then they laugh and then when they laugh you're like. Don a great drunk story. You know like it is. It's like one of those things that it's like. It is it is Kinda. Funny. Do I have a bad reputation based on it maybe with Farka palpably. What am I gonNa do you're going to do you're? And you're going to do your next thing because you do and like it is on i. mean that's the whole point of this podcast. Brag. The whole point of this podcast is to say, I made a TV show. And it was all mine and I got fired because I was dry. It's like we did we did a podcast about the worst things we did on drugs to laugh about them. You know what I mean like it's like it's the same thing so I totally understand it and I love that you came on and you told story and you got down with it and it's like it's a big deal because you being. So honest as the whole point of this thing the whole point of this thing is to find a way to acknowledge the things we do anyway thank you Leslie for coming on your awesome. Really let them. You've done so much in five years like your I can't believe that you only have five years. It's like nothing and it's like an eternity. It is fucking ridiculous anyway Leslie it's been a thrill and pleasure and thank you I. So I thought, that was awesome that Leslie Orphan decided to come on the show, and if you didn't know when she's talking about Paul and Judd at the end when she's talking about her own show based on her own life that she got fired from, she's talking about her husband, the movie star Paul Rust, and again the producer John Appetite now who passed on the dopey project, their show was called love and I actually really enjoyed love it's on Netflix still if you want to see it and I thought it was really bold of Leslie to explain that you can be sober but dry or you can be abstinent and yet not sober and your life isn't great. which happens you can get time and you're shit doesn't get put back together because you're lacking a program or some sort of spiritual. Path you know being dry is almost worse than using because you don't even get to get high you're just in misery with yourself. But before we go, I, want to read a dopey email I. Love dopey emails sand in dopey email sand in adobe voicemail, keep it around five.
"john appetite" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Twenty eight percent. I guess I shouldn't look at the bottom of the poster versus fifty five percent anymore. I thought that. What was thought about? Blowing up. The size of the image. Don't don't how Dad Shannon. Intel. said. percent at the bottom of the poster I dunno West. What else we're supposed to go off I haven't seen this. It's Not good reason. This isn't there s earn IMDB next to it or what numbers are those I'm looking at. Posers files like he's zoomed in one percent to the. Movie Oh I'm glad I didn't see the eighty one. I was looking at fifty five. I got burned with eighty one. It was probably smaller than the first one. That's bad. We'll. Make it smaller next time. We're going to spice up the party with one of the illest robbers to ever play the Game Nas. He and Jim. Karol. We're GONNA have plenty to talk about. Of course, the Robert hasn't had the same illustrious acting career as contemporaries like will Smith or Snoop Dogg Nasty Nas did appear as himself. In Music mockumentary starring the lonely island's Andy Sandberg and Akiva. Schaffer from. Two. Thousand. Sixteen. Pop Star never stop never stopping I loved this movie. Theater? Yeah. This is one of those movies where you know maybe I'm a little defensive about this guy who creates comedy, but it's like, why do they have to put the jeweler's Loup on and insists through comedy all the time? Like why do we have you know parasite ninety nine like defending your life. Boom seventy. You like well, why? Why so difficult with the comedies I do funny comedy or the stupid reviews where like I laughed a lot but still this left this reviewer like, Oh, you laughed. So part of loss but you want it's a comedy. It's your. It's the same thing with your porn theory. That's right. That's ask a comedian. Did you come digit come? That's the question. Did you laugh? Did you come? So the point is this is a funny movie. It was pretty innovative had lot of really funny interesting things in it and like you know maybe it'll be sixty eight maybe it'll be seventy two but I don't know why not into the eighties why not? I I laughed all the way through this movie. Why? Why. Is it going to be fifty seven? What what we should, what are we get? So snobby with comedies for and then we get all. Doc If you do you know twenty feet from stardom or if you do the aforementioned. God were just talking about. Parasite or no, but. Actually, amy amy wine. House yeah. That's that's ninety nine you know and then this. Comedy comedy is hard to do. It's hard to do. One hundred minutes that are funny straight through and the people that do it should get more than sixty six. That's that's all I'm saying. All right. So we all saw this movie. We all laugh. We all have several times. We also know that the critics aren't. They're not gonNA give it the love. Now I'm way behind here. because. I was misled on the last movie poster. I was so I. You know this movie should be. Eighty but. I gotTA. Make up some points. It's good. I'm going to go low I'm going fifty five. Yeah. You threw out a lot of numbers and I've been around this game long enough another one of them will be the score. With the seventy two. I think you may have thrown out this number. You said, you know we'll be above sixty six. No Way I think it gets a little bit of bump because of John Appetite and lonely island, and that's kind of a cool thing to be associated with. So I said sixty five. Pop Star never stops never stopping is. Certified fresh. At seventy nine hour talking wow and the people who added sixty five. Wow big birthday win. Ride Gina Grad Raj relations, you made the podium. But the score of sixty six Adam Corolla you also made the podium. But you're eighty six to third place leaving US Bald Brian coming in with the score. That's good for the win at thirty seven. Good..
"john appetite" Discussed on Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast
"Is a fireman just like that like that's weird? You're going to have to pull your weight a little more around here. Maybe help. Ray Get his kids to school. Do you know him? He's a new friend UK. You could tell me. I trained her in the car. She's not going to break. Certainty said. This is a movie that we watched literally like two nights ago at the cinema. This is the first movie since bloodshot. That I've seen at the movies that is it brand new film five? Oh my God. That is what is that between March? What does the april-june April May? June July August months six months. That's too long way too long socks, man not even August one of my doing anyway, so like you know it's man. What a little returned to the movies like I. I was glad that we decided to watch movies. Look this is you could. You can rent this like I'm sure you can rent this at the movies and Herman. Have a great time with it. I don't know there's just something about like sitting in a cold dock cinema, and being just like turdly immersed in like Jot appetizer, storytelling and I think I think that this is one of John Appetite best films in A. A very long time man like this feels sorry strong like all of the characters are very likable, but at the same time unlikable. I don't think that Scott is particularly particularly likable, but at the same time I don't think that's what he's going full like. You know like he's not going for a you know. He should be immediately immediately lockable immediately like that's just not. That's authoritative. That's. Is a very flawed character and the cactus aware of his flaws. It's funnily enough I would compare them to a protagonist Scott pilgrim another Scott. Sir many. People were just like the main character because he just says some Dick Moves, but I think the actors performance is Sir Charismatic and likable that you're willing to you on that journey with them..
"john appetite" Discussed on The Valleycast
"Baby and they would have brought him one hundred percent like he ruled the World Ben and in Utah. Babies are everywhere, so that's not saying USTRALIAN. Babies are like. The fourth commandment of of mormonism. Racist Theory. Brings. Solo I. Want Han Solo like. Would they bring Harrison Ford to him? He would one hundred percent before the game. Get to shake hands. And That's one of my favorite parts is in in that documentary at the end. It's just him walking. It's him and like a little Leonardo di Caprio, yeah. And, then Michael Jordan says something like. Oh, I, just watch the. Three Musketeers and Man in the mask. Yeah, but I think. He said he said man in the iron mask. No, you're right, never mind. I'm I'm railroad. He meant to say I. Think He I. Say man in the Iron Mask, but definitely said not Leonardo DiCaprio. Movie and Leonardo DiCaprio's like. Yeah, it's okay, read your. The great game. He said. Leonardo di Caprio such an artist that he said Michael. Jordan's performance was poetic. I was like wow, that young to have that kind of gumption to be to sound I would love to be able to say that the most pretentious yeah, been coming out of anybody else's bound except your starring titanic to be able to say something like that and. Yes, we forget how on top of the world. He was by then Fathy. Illuminated alumni. This is the top of the top these, but this story that Joe's saying I know what you're saying. Joe I know this is going and yesterday. One hundred percent right in this is so fast forward. Steve Michael Jordan is blaming that he got poisoned by this pizza. It's Salt Lake City, so there's probably only one pizza place open and the story according to Michael Jordan's people is that five people showed up which is. Is Weird for when somebody delivers a pizza, the stories convoluted, but anyways the urban legend is that a group of people at this pizza parlor secretly conspired to poison. Michael Jordan the UTAH. Jazz could win the NBA Finals, which is an amazing thought whether or not it's true also. Why would five people show up also? Why would they know? They're delivering to Michael Jordan so many conspiracy theory points that we could talk about. Did you see the video, I put on my instagram of the guy who owned the pizzas. Let's cut to that right now. The Good Fun to make, and now we're back now so John Appetite. This is my pitch Jut appeti- should make a ocean's eleven ask. Like heist movie. It's a heist movie, but it's about Seth Rogan probably all those guys and that crew five of them conspiring to poison Michael Jordan so that the Utah Jazz can finally bring an NBA title home to Salt Lake City, and all the people within and I think. As A. Movie, I think it'd be so good. That's really. See Jordan win like how would it? Would the movie end with the Utah Jazz? Losing maybe well I mean Quentin, Tarantino has. Right under percents started religious history movies. That could be fun, but it doesn't matter if you know the ending. We watched like it doesn't solve the time. If you know the ending, it's about cool music. It's about the cool music and all the crazy ways. They finally get that that pizza to Michael Jordan, and then it's the celebration moment when they see him sick on the bench the next day, and then Michael Jordan rises up an anti hero wins, and we love movies like that to. Kill. You gotTA. do it without showing any of the basketball game stuff. Just them in the crowd. Yeah. It's like backstage. It's like at the hotel. It's like yeah, if you don't know the story, and then you see that movie, yeah, and you have these characters who go for it, but at the very end Michael Jordan in addition to still winning. When he's asked what went wrong, he just goes off. I got the flu or whatever like? However, they thought they came to think it was the flu. That would be the funniest thing to see a movie like that. He didn't even give them the time of day to to acknowledge that they've tried to poison them. Yeah, they may not even over us how it went. You may not even work at that at the pizza parlor, but the whole heist of it would be them finding out. Where he ordered the pizza going to it making its way, it'd be so good and be set in Salt Lake. City hit nap the pizza draft. Joe Because you can't. like someone like John Appetite or whatever can't accept an unsolicited like twitter idea, so you have to write it. He one hundred percent hand if he casts us. Go you've given legal permission then if he casts us as the three dudes at the end of the bench that never get to play. Not. Even the mail carrier perfect. That's a great time. Guys welcome to the valley cast. On this podcast, we basically kinda shoot the shit, but sometimes we have a topic. Your Shadow, Monster Joe, what was heard something from Steve's end of the world is an ambulance or a car or something going now. It's such a busy Boulevard Boulevard. That I have out here but anyway we're talking about shit. We're talking about how Great Home Depot is and then that was lovely pitch joe for me. I think it would be good. I wish I had the chops. But the show does have it is mostly topic based and we Kinda have jumped around a bit since the beginning there, but welcome to the show whatever abby. Thank you the Matrix. Patriot dot com slash.
"john appetite" Discussed on In the Bubble with Andy Slavitt
"For. Front. All right. There you have it. You'll hear US talk about that. It's a movie that features Pete. Davidson the SNL CAST member friend of mine. Some judges known for some time. And it's an absolutely fascinating movie I. Think you'll really enjoy this conversation with John Appetite. A. Takes doing this. Oh sure. Let me let me introduce you to the brains of the operation. This is my eighteen year old son Zach. Zach. How're you doing? He's a giant fan of your movies. Excellent. Are you feeling oriented to twenty twenty I mean if you like figured out what the Hell's going on. That's a good question. I don't know if oriented is the right wor- word I've I've made my choices about. How I'M GONNA approach my day, okay. Tell Me More I. Just you know very early on I thought. I could either sleep late. and. Just be lost in a fog and drink and just be out of it. Because it was a day where I thought I, guess I can sleep till eleven every day now I've been getting up at six thirty in the morning for so long. But then my wife and I said well. We need to organize the day. We're GONNA. Go nuts here, so we do something very simple, which is in the morning? We try to do things for health. Whatever that means for me in in a tuna our walk every morning about seven in the morning. And then in the afternoon we try to do something productive, which could mean writing? It could mean cleaning the house, but just. Doing something. And then, and then it's just food binging the rest of the day. Then we're then we're watching things and hanging out with the kids and you the friends either like. Through zoom or in person socially distant you begin to bring that bag little. I've been doing socially distant walks. That's been nice. I never did anything like that I. DON'T I? Don't enjoy exercise generally, but I've really. Gotten a kick out of how long my walk getting is. It started as a half hour. Then we get our than now. It's like it's almost three. Hours at this point and I, come home..
"john appetite" Discussed on KFC Radio
"Ninety eight Honda accord with like thirty bucks in our pockets, splitting it for gas and we'd like. So, how like so when you go from that the ninety eight accord splitting thirty bucks. Then, all of a sudden. Your boy like one of your best friends is just. Like a steady rise, but also he you know. He just got thrown into the the. Ultra mainstream celebrity world. I mean I feel like I would be busting my friends balls every two seconds if once once. That there is there is things that we love our balls off without, but then again like some kind of sucks going to say other side is like he looks like he kinda hit them hard and had some issues with it so I don't know where the line was, but I never noticed. Like I refused to comment on any of that stuff. I don't WanNa be hard like in that way, because like it's not people or like. Pete acts like he hates it. He hates he doesn't want to live like that. And the thing is people. Change up words and how what what we're doing. We once went out and the next day. They wrote in the paper that we did something we did not do. We were home, so it's like you just gotTa. Take you with what it is, but at the same time we get to do dope shit so it. It sucks though that has got to be that way, or it's just like you know I can't date someone on a date or I can't go where I want to go without this becoming a fucking thing every time that would drive me crazy. Yeah, it's weird. Man Like me having to come to be like okay. Yeah, the, Paparazzi. You're going to be at my wedding like that's just a weird. What at the same time like, but at the same time and get. King Staten, Island John Appetite and all the. You was there when my kid was born, he was there when my mom passed away..
SXSW Will Go On Despite Coronavirus Concerns
"Welcome to the frame. I'm John Horn every year. A few hundred thousand people gathered in Austin Texas for south by southwest. It's an international festival of music film and Technology but with the threat of the corona virus at hand. Some people are saying that bringing massive crowds into one place could be a very bad idea. Facebook twitter Amazon and a few other tech and media companies. Already have dropped out of the festival which starts on March thirteenth. South by southwest organizers. Say they're nevertheless moving ahead. Dan Sullivan is a writer for Texas monthly and he joins us from Austin Dan. Welcome to the show for having me so before we get into the impact of the corona virus. Let's talk a little bit about just. How big south by South West is in terms of its physical presence in Austin? How much are people's lives affected when the festival comes to town? Well it's huge. It takes over a giant chunk of the city several miles especially the downtown area but also beyond that it does have a huge impact. Let's talk about some health. Concerns from people who live in Austin and online petition calling for a total cancellation of south by southwest. West has more than forty thousand signatures. I've been to south by southwest. It's been a number of years but like any popular gathering. There are a lot of people in a lot of lines it can be getting into a movie can be getting into a club getting into a restaurant. You are very much cheek to jowl with a lot of your fellow festival guests and I guess that's something that a lot of people might be concerned about. It's not just that you're inside venue with a lot of people. But they're massive crowds basically wherever you go on all the streets and a lot of public spaces. Yeah that is a very real part of the concern is that it's just going to put a lot of people in close quarters. The festival did talk today about potentially encouraging people to be further physically apart from each other whether that means capping the capacity at venues or starting a standing in line protocol. I don't know specifically but it's something that seemed to be aware of the head of twitter. Jack Dorsey was scheduled to speak but he's since cancelled. Because of the company's concerns about the corona virus in fact twitter said in a statement that it was cancelling all quote non critical business travel and events unquote. Who else has bowed out so far. We've seen twitter facebook Amazon Amazon Entertainment Amazon studios when out today. Tick Tock went out today. A measurable which usually has a pretty sizeable south by South West presence. Cancel yesterday. There's probably more to. We're talking with Texas monthly writer. Dan Solomon about south by southwest and concerns over the corona virus. I WanNa talk a little bit about the economic impact of south by southwest. Obviously there are a lot of hotels and restaurants that benefit but it seems from your own reporting. There are a lot of smaller businesses. That really rely on south by Southwest Festival didn't happen they'd be in a big amount of trouble. Yeah that's absolutely true. One thing that it's kind of hard to break apart is south by southwest rise with the rise of Austin Austin city of that is rapidly growing population and that growth has coincided with the rise of south by southwest. And so you've seen a lot of people and a lot of businesses that factor south by South West heavily into their business models. So you've got caterers. Who opened up operations because they knew that every march they could pay a third of their monthly bills. Off of one week I talked to all sorts of people who have jobs that you wouldn't think of as a south by southwest thing carpenters and pedicab drivers and people who rent Porta potties. And all of those people really do count on South by southwest as a huge part of their annual income. I think it's also important to note that south by southwest can be an important launching point for musical acts and for movies right now. I think there's about one hundred world premiere films including new movies from Judd Appetito. There's a documentary. About the Beastie Boys New King Arthur movie with Patel. I'm wondering in terms of its impact in the conversation about art and artists. How important would you say south by southwest has become? It's huge. I mean especially. The film festival has been growing every year and people like John. Appetite Tau like if he can't premier his movie at South by southwest any other film festival in the world would be happy to have him but there are a lot of people who get a benefit from small filmmakers independent filmmakers short filmmakers who get a benefit from premiering their phone at the same festival judd appetite out of festival with the prestige of south by southwest. And that would be. It'd be really difficult for people who are counting on that premiere to make connections to launch their careers to lose it as far as musicians. Go The festival itself doesn't pay very well but there are all of these events. Historically that happened around the festival often paid for by companies like Amazon and facebook and twitter. Who Get pretty good paychecks? And you'll see bands who wrote their entire tours around going south by South West so they can play. Fourteen shows in Austin that week including official showcase and without that economy happening it really does have a huge disruptive effect on a lot of Art Creativity. That's at the core of the festival the organizers of MIB TV which was set for later this month in France just cancelled that annual television convention. I'm wondering if you have any idea of what the organizers of south by southwest are trying to wrestle with now what is the balance they're trying to strike? I mean. I think that they do have a real concern. Certainly the city of Austin has a real concern if it makes more sense to have everything under the control of south by southwest which can at least institute hand washing protocols and recommended safe distances and have some authority over the people who who come to town for the festival versus just having sort of a chaos festival because all of those bands who booked their tors to Austin. Most of them are hand to Mouth. Starts Musicians. Who CAN'T AFFORD TO CANCEL? Literally they already took time off of work. They're going to be coming anyway. You know people who aren't traveling on badges people who are just coming to south by South West to have a good time a lot of them are still gonna come so I think that a big part of the concern right now is. Is it more useful for south by South West to continue to have control over what happens in Austin or is it more useful to just say everybody stay home? This isn't a safe place to be. And I think that they're legitimately struggling with that. And I'm sure there are also struggling with some very real financial considerations it will be hard to me bound from cancelling something that they've worked on all year. I think that there's a real resistance to that. Just because this is all they do south by southwest project of another organization. They put on this festival for ten days in March and having to cancel it just days before it's supposed to begin. It's supposed to start a week from Friday. I think that's something that they're just resistant to do. Because they've been working on it for a year then Solomon is a writer for Texas monthly. He joined us from Austin Dan. Thanks so much for coming on the
"john appetite" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"For the for the fans, and it came out really a really great. And I'm so excited that we were able to make one because the world needed another people. I couldn't agree. More J favorite memory of of Johnny. Carson Kate h wants to know a favorite memory of Johnny. Yeah. Yeah. Johnny Johnny came to see me years before I have he would come into the club. And he gave he gave me a great note. He said, you know, you're good performance. But the jokes like I told you just not strong enough. He said, you know, he he said, what did you do is write your jokes out? Go up one night, read them as flat and his boring as you can. And if it gets a laugh, okay, then you got a funny joke. Then Ed you're performing skills to that in. You'll have a joke that really works because it works on the level of performance and worse than the love of being funny because a lot of comedy just get y'all funny physical movement. But there's no joke you need. Both. Did you take the did? Yeah. I did. Yeah. Judd Gregg Di wants to know now that it's over what was your least favorite episode of girls. My least favorite episode of girls. Oh my gosh. I love to all the episodes for all. They think. No, I I think they'll be a girls movie. I hope so I'm just working on the show. I miss waking up and having like a script that Lena Dunham just wrote that was amazing and just giving you the chance to read it before anybody else. Yeah. Yeah. Well, guess what? When Judd was here for his first time, he played plead the fifth, and he did not plead the fifth. Jay leno. You are up. The time has come for you. You may plead the fifth. So only one go ahead. He's no the John appetite with his perfect truck wreck disappointed do. Jay. Name one celebrity who refused to come on the tonight show during your tenure Bill Clinton. Oh, really was he pissed that you joked about him so much. I think you. That might have something to do with it. Yeah. Yeah. If if you could go back and redo one thing during the time when Conan took over from you on the tonight show, and then after ten months, you came back to the tonight show. What would it be? I can do different. You can't. Well, no, I didn't know, you know, look, it's their rating based shows it's not your people act like it's your decision while, you know, I think I'll go back and do the work makes these decisions they decide you're gonna leave. And then decide you wanted to come back. So there's not a lot different. I would've done. Jay Howard Stern has been merciless towards you over the years. He is called you every name in the bull. I that's what the fun part because I fine while never explain never complain. That's my thing. You know, if they talking about you fine. But he would go on and on. And I think the fact that I just never I didn't get into few. 'cause you're not gonna win a few with Howard, Howard's good food. Boom, you're down. So have you just let it roll? And it's fine. What do you think of Howard start? Oh, I think he's really talented. I think he's a good integral mean he gets things out of peop-. I used to do show all the time. All this started. So I just looked at it is it's a business, and that's part of the business. That's I don't hold any grudges. I listened to him now. It's funny. He's good. If you're listening to him and he's ragging on you. You do turn the channel or do you keep listening? Oh, no. You gotta keep listening..
"john appetite" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"That might be. That's true. At least you have the niche market appeal. Right. But maybe maybe there was like a misprint, and that sort of just attracted a weird Nishat audience to it. Right. I mean, they just confuse it like, I did it makes sense. Let's segue into the history of Mike white who has a he's mostly more known for his writing. But he has some acting stuff as well. So we'll certainly get into it. Akiva, let's go back to you. What John appetite produced TV show did Mike white not appear in this is only three choices freaks in key cts undeclared or love which one was he not in. It was not in. Now. I don't remember him in love and every episode of love. I'm going to say love, but I'm not con do should be confident. That is correct. Mike way was actually a writer on freaks engage and he made a cameo in one episode. He also made a cameo on credited cameo in undeclared. So fortunately, Judd appetite did not decide to bring him back in the Rolodex. He's resigned to being on survivor. I guess it's a fair trade considering I think loves fine. I know you wash it all the way through what'd you think of it? I really I really I was going to say I love I really really like it. It's not for everybody. But it I I love I love the spoon, man. Who's in really become at the end from Bill. Boys becomes like one of the main guys. I love the all right. Let's move on here. Liana what post apocalyptic film had Mike white played an uncreditworthy role. Hold victim in bathroom. I actually have a vanity license plate. Then I got down. I got my role of victim bathroom on my business card actually contagion be zombie land Sea World war Z de scouts guide to the apocalypse. Let's go with zombie land. That is correct Mike white appeared in zombie land. As victim in bathroom. Just imagine that on on putting that on your resume victim and bathroom sad. He was on credited. Well, I'm as extra after that burger bar. It seemed like Mike was going to be victim bathroom very soon up to was actually, Bob doc. Also victim Bruce Kennedy guy victim bathroom. Very much victim bathroom later on of throwing exiling or to keep it going back to you in two thousand and.
"john appetite" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"And my mom were killed her. I mean like that. He was no good. But we realized that like the more we told them. She was no good. Yeah. Right away from you. And he figured out. Figured it out when he decided to kinda like take a break and she decided to like throw everything that he ever bought her like back at him. All over the front. Four is not like see this is why you don't. Well, at least you get it all back, you know. Yeah. Yeah. But he also doesn't need all of the trashy thinks he got. She wanted trashy. Oh god. All right. Well, I'm glad that's over for you. Thank you. Angie's entertainment reports. Angie? Kiss up Davidson is joking about his break up with Arianna Guerande. Now, he's at a charity show, he hosted Saturday night with John appetite. And he said what you could tell I don't wanna be here. There's a lot going on. It's anybody have any open rooms looking for a roommate. He also told the crowd I've been covering a bunch of tattoos, and that's fine. Effing over to in the tattoo department. I'm afraid to get my mom tattooed on me. That's how bad it is. Because she'll probably leave to because he got a tattoo with the last girl. Right. Didn't he? Yes. He get one. Larry David's daughter casbah, so Judd praise for doing the show, and he said, well, you put me on the flyer. So I had to. So if my feelings Jedi cares more about America than Pete's feelings. And Pete replied, I feel like I am America. I'm a good guy that just keeps getting kicked in the crotch. Wow. He's really down poor guy. Roofing. How can you be? So I mean, yeah, you probably got. Probably your own. You.
"john appetite" Discussed on KTRH
"John appetite exciting. Hosting a fundraiser for Vito in Hollywood. They're going to raise the bunch more money in Hollywood because Texans love it when Hollywood movie stars and musicians and New Yorkers tell them who to vote for they love it. Keep it going. Keep it going. And then when he loses they're gonna go, man. I wonder what happened. I wonder what happened will how come to win. I really thought he was going to win a really really really thought he was going to win. I don't know why he didn't win. And that is when all of those people will because the voting will be over. They'll do what they've done every other time that they've endorsed a windy Davis or another democrat instead of Texas, and they'll say, well, those people in Texas are stupid. And the good news is the people in Texas. Some of them forget that this happened. But a lot of them. Remember, wait a minute. The last time you told me how to vote when I didn't vote the way you wanted me to vote. You said I was stupid. I really didn't much care for that. Beta O'Rourke in the news this week at a at a gathering the had him sitting up on a chair in in an auditorium. Very sophisticated looking. And a black fellow stood up and said, hey. I'm sure you know, that the group that's getting hit hardest by illegal immigration in the workplace is blacks. Blacks are being displaced from jobs and blacks aren't being hired in jobs because companies are hiring illegal aliens because they can pay them less. Black fella asks the white liberal Democrat. This question black fella ASA white liberal, liberal Democrat with the Hispanic nickname this question. How does the white liberal Democrat with the Hispanic nickname answer? The elite goals come to pick the cotton. I'm not making this up. Now, I know your natural reaction is or at least should be Michael a love you, man. I really do. I enjoy your program. But you, and I both know you and Ted Cruz are longtime buddies, and you think he's the second coming, and you just made that up or you fudged on a little bit. And you'd be right to wonder. So what I want you to do just so you know, I didn't make this up. I'd met it's hard to believe that Bego with say to a black man, we need the illegal aliens at the cotton gin to pick the cotton. Surely, he he didn't do that. He wouldn't do that. What? You wouldn't tell a black, dude? In the audience at your gathering that we need illegal aliens to come here. To pick cotton. Would.
"john appetite" Discussed on This Is Success
"It was really just putting in the time it's putting in the time, and it was really by the seat of my pants. I have to tell you, but you know, most ideas of by the seat of your pants, most good ideas. I mean, online shopping who who came up with that one, right? How many years ago when they say, oh, you're crazy, that would never happen. Well, now look what happened? So it's it staying with an idea and following through and working your hardest to see if it succeeds and not sustain. I I have to work hard at this because I have to put the time in. I have to make sure that I've covered everything that could have gone wrong. And I think that when somebody does that they kind of succeed or they pivot to something else. Now what point did you realize that you had made? It was something important? I think in in one thousand nine hundred eighty three. When you know. We were hiring the the first group of comedians coming through and and then celebrities will coming in to see them. And I had Jay Leno there one night and he said to me, oh, Robin Williams is New York doing a movie. He's coming in. So you knew when the TV stores were coming in to see the comedians that something was going on, David Letterman would then come in and even look at talent. One Nigerian Leno was there and said, he said David's coming in tonight to see me, but in really want to introduce them to pull riser. And I think he had Paul Reiser open for them and that's how Paul was known and you know, and then was on on David Letterman show at this time. This was when John appetite was a kid right at he. He would sneak in for interviews. That's something I didn't know too. Yeah. So for background, this was he wrote in his recent book that as a kid, he would get into Caroline's and sneak interviews with comedians, like Jerry Seinfeld, pretending that he was like in actual journalists, but he just wanted these forms. So I think Judd was in high school at the time. And so he was telling me how he he was about sixteen years old and he would sneak in and he goes, you know, I snuck in and I saw peewee Herman and he goes, I went downstairs now. I knew he was there because the dressing room early on was downstairs, and that's when Paul was working there. So I knew that he was. He really did come to the club to do those interviews and.
"john appetite" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"You know him the national folks in hollywood they're leading the way in peaceful solutions without hypocrisy true preach preach my friend man what better proof of this then twitter let's just go to twitter and see some of the peaceful and tolerant less celebrities tweets okay you start with john legend sure start with john legend very famous successful singer songwriter john legend tweets about immigration let's make a deal with the trump administration reunite all these families immediately and you can go out and eat wherever the f you want oh well that's very well thought out and you know a very personal touch there by john legend stating that do what i want or nobody gets hurt a very very hostage negotiation of a john legend right there let's make a deal with the trump administration reunite all these families immediately and you can go out to eat wherever the blank you wanna do it my way nobody gets hurt thank you john legend for being so thoughtful and compassionate famous hollywood actor i'm sorry hollywood director john appetite judd epitaph whatever so this guy is so crazy i the thing is he's got some movies he's directed some movies i really like i mean i'll still i mean this is a forty year old virgin they just really sat on netflix what's the other night laugh my buttle does a.
"john appetite" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Recently published an essay by the actress molly ringwald ringwald of course was the star of a series of movies by john hughes in the nineteen eighties sixteen candles pretty in pink the breakfast club hughes wrote about teenagers and especially teenage girls with an insight an empathy that really hasn't been seen before but at the same time writing when he did he had some blind spots to particularly when it came to how those girls were treated by the boys around them in ringwald essay she talked about how those movies look very different to her now that she's a mother of a teenager herself my feelings about the breakfast club really evolved over the years i think it really wasn't until the criterion collection released it and i did an interview about it by that point my daughter was fourteen years old and it was after metoo movement i really started to feel uncomfortable with aspects of it and i feel like it took me many years because of the affection i had for these movies and the fact that they're so great and other ways it was just sort of an accumulation i think that that really made me want to examine the movies as she's been grappling with those movies in the age of metoo molly ringwald sat down with another admire of the late john hughes the writer and the director john appetite appetite made his name writing about the same kinds of characters that hughes did lovable outsiders goofballs and the smart young women who have to deal with them first of all i'd like to say that i feel like we're coming full circle here because your daughter maud interviewed me for rookie and now i'm interviewing you so i feel like somehow our other children need to get involved i think so too.
"john appetite" Discussed on The RobCast
"Got to be part of this human being coming into the world yeah yeah there's the experience and then there's all of the analyzing and stressing and trying to categorize and what you see with moses here is you want an experience fine yuki the best you can do is where i just was is in some ways this is the divine being going i will never fit in your doctrines i will never fit within the fixed borders of your comprehension i will never fit in your systematic theology i will never fit within the walls of your church or your religion i will never shrink down to a size in which you can intellectually get your mind around the borders edges that's not good going to happen so make peace with the dynamism with the movement with the fact that here's what i can give you i can give you where i just was you will see my hind parts and what are people doing for thousands and thousands of thousands of years trying to jam their experiences of the infinite into these preordained categories that fit what they can what safe and what they can fully comprehend oh yeah no it's oh as long as we're at it have you seen judd appetites new documentary what does this the recommendation episode john appetite made a documentary about his beloved friend gary shandling a legend of a comedian and if you don't know gary shanley and i don't even know where to start other than please go by the full box set of the larry sanders show and you'll be like only where garry shandling was years and years ahead of everybody years ago anyway this new documentary and hbo the judge put together of the life of garry shandling zendaya res your shanley it's it will completely.
"john appetite" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"Show starts now do you have someone in mind that you'd call a mentor like when i say do you have a mentor or someone who kind of pops into your head maybe like it was a teacher back in school helped you out may was an old boss of yours some of from your community someone just who helped open doors for you to think about that person right now well judd appetite has been that kind of mentor for a lot of actors he produced freaks geeks the tv series that launched seth rogan's career he made steve carell into a pretty big star after casting him in the forty year old virgin kinda taken him from the daily showed movie stardom he's even helped amy schumer become a bigger name after directing her film trainwreck same with camille nanjiani but usually behind every mentor there's another mentor someone who i opened doors for them and for john appetite that mentor was garry shandling garry shandling was amazing he was a legendary stand up comedian he was an actor in a writer he created probably my favorite tv show of all time call the larry sanders show he used to sit in and host the tonight show for johnny carson you might even remember him watching him hosting the grammy's and the emmys so garry shandling died in two thousand sixteen and jot appetito like a lot of people in the comedy world just felt this huge loss but even more for judd giving what gary admit to him you know it inspired him than to trace the impact garry shandling hat on comedy and shine a light on who his mentor really was by cracking open a bunch of his secret journals that gary gave judd before he died the result is new documentary called zen diaries of garry shandling you get to see it on hbo next week just before it premieres jut appetite join me from studio in los angeles to talk about it this is a busy guy you don't get the talk to them very often so we're going to give this a little bit more time today to kind of.