17 Burst results for "Josh Wade"

"josh wade" Discussed on MMA Roasted

MMA Roasted

04:17 min | 6 months ago

"josh wade" Discussed on MMA Roasted

"Hunter. The fuck is that guy? Hey everybody welcome to AMA's de podcast. We're back people. I was on a ship for a week, working. We have so much to catch up on Greg Wilson. It was his 50th birthday. I'm old as fuck, dude. I don't know what happens, man. I don't know how we got here. It seems like just yesterday we were having a wild time in New York City and now we're just I just feel just another old man in LA. I didn't think you'd make it to 20. Nobody did. Listen. The gross food. Yeah, yeah, yeah. I got roasted by bunch of friends. It's funny, Justin chaffin was one of the roasters, and of course, he thought you'd be there. So he wrote some jokes about you. Be safe anyway? Absolutely. Oh good. Yeah, yeah, yeah. So he was like, hey, let's just pretend he's here, and he just did the jokes for you and Josh wait, Josh wade was supposed to make it. He couldn't make it, because he's working on a show. But he wrote a joke for him like so, it's like I wrote these jokes for comments that aren't here, which I knew when I put the party on Friday that most of my comedy Friends would be able to make it, you know? I mean, most of them we work on Fridays. So but that was my actual birthday and so I wanted to do it this would happen. So we got to talk about you went to the fights. You went to the big fights. Yes. You saw Kobe versus usman, could we ever talk about that? Because I know, I know and I was like, I know incredible too, man. It's so much fun. And I know it feels like old news, but fuck it, right? Because I want to hear about your experience. Because you don't buy yourself. You're in New York City. You're doing comedy, you're seeing your family, or seeing my family. I was supposed to do some shows earlier in the week, but I ended up getting booked on a TV show, and so I was shooting that till Thursday and then I basically finished shooting and went to the airport and got on a plane and took the red eye out to New York. So on Friday, I just got to see my brothers play. He's opening up he opened a big play at the Soho playhouse, go seems called tammany hall. He plays fiorello, Laguardia, the legend. And then and then on Saturday night I went to the fights and Sunday, we watch football. Let's go down. What TV show did you watch? I mean, okay, it's a new show coming out on CBS called smallwood..

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"josh wade" Discussed on Chrisley Confessions

Chrisley Confessions

04:23 min | 8 months ago

"josh wade" Discussed on Chrisley Confessions

"I shouldn't really say hate. Because really i don't hate her now because i realized that she has a job and that she has to do her job that she's there to represent her client on. But you know when. I hear her. Say to amy dirty hands you know and you you know a man will never understand how how how you feel being in an authoritative position and no no. That's that's not right. that's not right. A man doesn't understand being passed up for a position that is given to a woman who does not have the same credentials of the same years of service are the ability to do the same job. That's where the resentment starts. But i wanna make sure that it's very clear. The resentment didn't come from a man. In this position it came from women other women that had been passed up for this promotion that amy got that had way more years of experience in law enforcement than amy date. So i look you know. Listen i look forward to that case moving forward and i look forward to the things that are going to come out of it As far as these other people like you know that are being deposed. It's the same question. Has this case caused you. Emotional and psychological stress. Has it caused you of psychological stress on you and on your family and your wife. Well guess what ma'am. It's called psychological stress on me and my family because we were targeted by josh weights. So if you're gonna come in these depositions and flip it and try to claim that these ass clowns that have now the office of the inspector. General has stated committed crimes. They don't get to say that. Because i posted this on my social media and outed them for doing it and because i talked about it on this podcast. They don't get to say that they've been harmed emotionally. And psychologically these are police officers that are corrupt that committed crimes and they are exempt from having emotional stress. They're only getting emotional stress because they're asked got caught. We have experienced emotional and psychological stress. We have are the ones who have cried at night. Wondering where is this going to go. How do we prove the lies. That have been told about us how why did this. Man infest through the cracks of of our family and work his way in and tried to destroy the relationship that i have with my two oldest children. You know this man pumping it for tax information to them and letting and getting them to leak it to the press and then him leak it to the press himself. These are crimes. These are things that you should not be doing. He does not get to claim emotional stress so with all due respect. I do not really dislike josh. Wait attorney anymore. Because i mean you know she has. You know she's got this little this little relationship going on and we're respectful to each other. And i respect that now. Appreciate that anderson that she's going to represent her client to the best of her abilities. Just like christopher nala whitson. Jonathan deluca are going to represent juliana in this case But annarita. I do want you as a suggestion. You know maybe think about the harm that spin calls to me and my family even though you are representing the other side and i know that you have a job to do think about just as a common courtesy seat from one fellow human being to the next. Put yourself in our shoes. What if josh wade had came after you and your husband and had fabricated evidence and had falsified documents and done all of this agree gis behavior just to be able to gain notoriety by.

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"josh wade" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"josh wade" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

"I did say I'd prefer that I did and I'll tell you why because those yeah, I know when you come back a hundred percent. It's the arthritic hip that that's our arthritic knee. That doesn't get better with the team doctor. He would have literally just torn his torn his ACL. Yeah. Another thing is I did not take my tree down. I turned my tree is so sad right now that I turn the camera around. It's just a droopy mess it died in like a day. Wow, you survived pulling in January, you know, it was sad. It was awful answering questions. Where is Joe sway? We don't know protocol again. You don't joke about that. Jimmy comment, there says canvas like Jos way to this group. We're still pretty good. But he takes it to another level. Oh, I like that. He'll love that who's in that Joe Smith burner. I don't know who it was. I just saw it Go by a few minutes ago. No Joshua. It just wasn't feeling up wasn't feeling up up for it tonight. He had something something going on. I do feel it's absurd definitely do some guys. There's there's like how many 72 games where we're not going to be able to be on every single game but hopefully as many as we can I've missed one someday, I might be wrong date. I was Twenty-One. I might be on a date on some random game night that might buy some crazy situation might happen someday and nowadays we try we did he still waiting still trying to wipe the camera. I tried he couldn't get the Wi-Fi to work. He was really ready to go on. Yeah, and he's welcome. Yeah, I tried. I tried Bob Bob. He's never going to I'm not allowed I got no talking about vacation days. I got no vacation days around here. Bobby not allowed. I would allow Josh Wade Berner to fill in But you know what though on a serious note. We'll get we'll get some you know on a on a we had more heads up on on people not be able to make it we can we're going to have some Celebrity Guess on on this show throughout so every day almost I almost said Max on tonight, but I just it was I gave him a break. Oh Max's on Celtics beat today. Make sure everybody checks that out. Yeah Max was Max was TJ Maxx..

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"josh wade" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"josh wade" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

"Gio? Nothing big hunting fancy. But. It'll be in your brain somewhere at a plant that earworm right and start over and over somebody like Ralph mouth would always say, no matter what the situation that's what she said. Every single time, that's when she said now. I'm wiping your ass that's what she said like whatever whatever it was. That was always his line. Then you guys would quote Shakespeare like Vinnie livermore was played by Laurence Fishburne in Josh, Wade Skins movie about Josh weights can searching for Fisher. And Benny Habe quoting Shakespeare the whole time is. Now you know you gotTa know? Shakespeare to quote Shakespeare and This guy. Shakespeare. So that was another way or there'll be people who stayed very barry. Let's call it sexual and the conversation like graphic and now is now. Throw you because Chesapeake would morph into sort of like no sex toys. In the description I what? Did I cover your head do could you please play chess but that's where the conversation would go and and. Anything they were doing. The roof is petty trained against. The rear like what's Your position. Really okay. Go with that. So everything anything can come at you depending on who it was that you were talking. So it also, of course, you also have colorful language and you could avoid that either. So yeah, trash-talking really. I would say it's not so much a generic art form with various schools and so much more. So the person expressing themselves at the board in a way that allows for them to feel like they're inflow and potentially disturbs your equanimity and that's happens in. You're done. I saw people who are better chessplayers. Just lose their cool at the board because the other guy just kept talking and the worst thing to do to attract soccer something to stop talking. And now you're not. Really okay, I'm going to stop talking to you know I'll start talking to I, want to respect you. So I'M GONNA, stop talking right now I mean, really you're better player. So let me stop saying anything and disrespecting you by talking that's what's going to happen is this going to be unending stream and you're never gonNA get past it. So the best thing to do is to keep cool and for me that was real really good training..

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"josh wade" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"josh wade" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"Hello Boys and girls, , ladies and germs. . This is Tim Ferriss. . Welcome to another episode of the Tim Ferriss Show where it is my job as always to deconstruct world class performers to tease out the habits routines, , influences, , favorite books, , and so on. . The you can apply to your own life. My . guest today is a friend Maurice Ashley. . Maurice Ashley is incredibly impressive human being on so many levels and we get to really dig into a number of facets of his life story and lessons learned Maurice Ashley is the first African American international grandmaster in the annals of the game of chess, , and he is translated his love to others as a three time national championship coach published author Espn commentator iphone APP designer puzzle inventor, , and Motivational Speaker in recognition for his immense contribution to the Game Maurice was inducted into the US chess hall of fame in. . Two. . Thousand Sixteen his book chess for success subtitle using an old game to build new strengths in children and teens shows the many benefits of chess particularly for at. . Risk youth his tax talk working backward to solve problems has more than a million views. . He's also appeared with me in the Brazilian Jujitsu episode, , which has some chests of the Tim Ferriss Experiment TV series way back in the day joined by our mutual friend, , Josh Wade Skin Maurice is very well known for providing dynamic live tournament coverage of world class chess competitions, , and matches his high energy unapologetic and irreverent commentary combines Brooklyn Street smarts, , which we talk about quite a bit with professional espn style sports analysis his covered every class of elite event including the World Chess. Championships . the US chess championship, , the grand chess tour and the legendary man versus machine matches between Garry Kasparov whereas Kasparov. . and IBM's deep blue traveling the world as a spokesperson for the many character-building effects of chess where he's consulted with universities schools chess clubs executive in celebrities on chest principles and strategies can be applied to improve business practices and accelerate personal growth. . You can find him online Maurice, , Ashley Dot Com on twitter at Ashley and on Facebook Grandmaster Maurice. . On instagram Maurice, , Ashley Chess Without further ADO. . Please enjoy this wide-ranging conversation with none other than Maurice Ashley. . Maurice Welcome to the show. . Thanks for having me I've been looking forward to this and hoping to have you on the show for so many years now, , and we've had many different points of connection. . But of course, , it began with our mutual friend and also popular PODCAST Gas Josh. . Wait, , skin who is known you for a very long time. . Indeed, , he has a quote in fact that is Impreza praise of your book chess for success and it goes as follows Maurice Ashley. . Has Been like a brother to me since I was twelve years old I know the man I know the competitor I know the artist no, , the teacher there's a lot of train for us to cover a lot of Nixon crannies to explore but I thought we would begin with Maurice the Jamaican and I was hoping you could describe for us your beginnings and we could start with the with the genesis while yes I was born in Jamaica. . Island. . Not the area of Quaid's and I grew up there. . I was there until I was twelve years old before I came to this country. . But probably, , the most significantly got happened for me in. . Jamaica. . Was the fact that my mother left Jamaica to come to the United. . States, , when I was two years old, , my brother was ten. . My sister was seven months old and. . Opportunity to come to the US, , she couldn't bring all of us at the same time. . Cheech only bring herself. . And her leaving was really quite an event in our lives. . My father wasn't with us but living with us at the time. . So we grew with our grandmother. . and My mother would send. . down. . Stuff supplies to Jamaica Whether v Foodstuffs Flour and rice she sent him in a barrel and she said, , well, , she said notebooks in armor sending like a softball and a glove, , and of course Jamaica. . Nobody played softball baseball nothing. . So I threw the glove to the site, , not knowing what to do with it and use the softball as a soccer ball. . Got Pretty warned down already quickly a really turn into a softball very quickly to that. . But. . We just being raised by my grandmother she was a teacher by training. . And so she would teach us so much as young people. . So we were really well prepared educationally because of my grandmother and she was sixty four years old at the time of my mother left the imagined a sixty, , four year old having had seven children for own. . Now suddenly taking on the care of her daughter's children at that age when thinking about maybe slowing down and retiring enjoying herself. . But for the next year, , she took care of us and I was really a hugely significant part of growing up living there. . Until finally my mother got the resources in the paperwork through green and finally bring us to the United States. .

interview with Maurice Ashley

The Tim Ferriss Show

05:19 min | 1 year ago

interview with Maurice Ashley

"Hello Boys and girls, ladies and germs. This is Tim Ferriss. Welcome to another episode of the Tim Ferriss Show where it is my job as always to deconstruct world class performers to tease out the habits routines, influences, favorite books, and so on. The you can apply to your own life. My guest today is a friend Maurice Ashley. Maurice Ashley is incredibly impressive human being on so many levels and we get to really dig into a number of facets of his life story and lessons learned Maurice Ashley is the first African American international grandmaster in the annals of the game of chess, and he is translated his love to others as a three time national championship coach published author Espn commentator iphone APP designer puzzle inventor, and Motivational Speaker in recognition for his immense contribution to the Game Maurice was inducted into the US chess hall of fame in. Two. Thousand Sixteen his book chess for success subtitle using an old game to build new strengths in children and teens shows the many benefits of chess particularly for at. Risk youth his tax talk working backward to solve problems has more than a million views. He's also appeared with me in the Brazilian Jujitsu episode, which has some chests of the Tim Ferriss Experiment TV series way back in the day joined by our mutual friend, Josh Wade Skin Maurice is very well known for providing dynamic live tournament coverage of world class chess competitions, and matches his high energy unapologetic and irreverent commentary combines Brooklyn Street smarts, which we talk about quite a bit with professional espn style sports analysis his covered every class of elite event including the World Chess. Championships the US chess championship, the grand chess tour and the legendary man versus machine matches between Garry Kasparov whereas Kasparov. and IBM's deep blue traveling the world as a spokesperson for the many character-building effects of chess where he's consulted with universities schools chess clubs executive in celebrities on chest principles and strategies can be applied to improve business practices and accelerate personal growth. You can find him online Maurice, Ashley Dot Com on twitter at Ashley and on Facebook Grandmaster Maurice. On instagram Maurice, Ashley Chess Without further ADO. Please enjoy this wide-ranging conversation with none other than Maurice Ashley. Maurice Welcome to the show. Thanks for having me I've been looking forward to this and hoping to have you on the show for so many years now, and we've had many different points of connection. But of course, it began with our mutual friend and also popular PODCAST Gas Josh. Wait, skin who is known you for a very long time. Indeed, he has a quote in fact that is Impreza praise of your book chess for success and it goes as follows Maurice Ashley. Has Been like a brother to me since I was twelve years old I know the man I know the competitor I know the artist no, the teacher there's a lot of train for us to cover a lot of Nixon crannies to explore but I thought we would begin with Maurice the Jamaican and I was hoping you could describe for us your beginnings and we could start with the with the genesis while yes I was born in Jamaica. Island. Not the area of Quaid's and I grew up there. I was there until I was twelve years old before I came to this country. But probably, the most significantly got happened for me in. Jamaica. Was the fact that my mother left Jamaica to come to the United. States, when I was two years old, my brother was ten. My sister was seven months old and. Opportunity to come to the US, she couldn't bring all of us at the same time. Cheech only bring herself. And her leaving was really quite an event in our lives. My father wasn't with us but living with us at the time. So we grew with our grandmother. and My mother would send. down. Stuff supplies to Jamaica Whether v Foodstuffs Flour and rice she sent him in a barrel and she said, well, she said notebooks in armor sending like a softball and a glove, and of course Jamaica. Nobody played softball baseball nothing. So I threw the glove to the site, not knowing what to do with it and use the softball as a soccer ball. Got Pretty warned down already quickly a really turn into a softball very quickly to that. But. We just being raised by my grandmother she was a teacher by training. And so she would teach us so much as young people. So we were really well prepared educationally because of my grandmother and she was sixty four years old at the time of my mother left the imagined a sixty, four year old having had seven children for own. Now suddenly taking on the care of her daughter's children at that age when thinking about maybe slowing down and retiring enjoying herself. But for the next year, she took care of us and I was really a hugely significant part of growing up living there. Until finally my mother got the resources in the paperwork through green and finally bring us to the United States.

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"josh wade" Discussed on Top 5 Comics Podcast

Top 5 Comics Podcast

11:41 min | 2 years ago

"josh wade" Discussed on Top 5 Comics Podcast

"Man. So Geoff Johns and DC star girl would stay view of May. Eleventh has been pushed back to mateen on DC streaming and may nineteenth on. Cw there has been no words as to why. That's just the case but Geoff. Johns said of all the characters is over. The years on star girl is his favorite. He's excited for this to come to fix the. I won't say big screen but to the screen bright silver screen TV Yeah Star Girl. Best understand from lease what I remember about the initial shock of her. She's basically based off his kid sister so she passed away so as a character that psych one of his uh why his pentacle characters Cool none of that. I remember when she debuted. I was like stars on strike. Striper stripes stripes. Actually that's isn't Gripe was that robot. He has surgeon stripe because the two things together. Do she got the raw from Starman Blah Blah casting wise. I can't remember the actresses nameplate apart by Nicholson's playing not her. I guess he's he's supposed to be like her father figure but he's not really her dad. Hey where he wants to be a friend of star man and has the staff on her. So that's really cool like we wasn't a lot I'm not sure who's playing star grow. Show Brecca Beijinger at. He's basing your related. Somehow they look similar neutralize and not to be confused with the Marvel Comics Show coming Disney plus. That's being played by a different girl. I think. The girl from America's got talent as the growth. Ukulele player from you. Get more of a movie. It's more of a Disney movie but Yasser yet it. Just give me a Disney. Yeah so it's that's great vander. Wal Hobie that Ryan. She's the only player so yeah to toews. Everything's basically the same name so archie comics will release their April first listings digitally and in print to its subscribers and retailers who ordered exclusive variant covers. Some means if your store got exclusive cover. Somehow they release a digital Emigrant version guest male onto prime directly from the company. Yeah that's weird which will lead into our last bit of news. But I'M GONNA miss skip that I because Bay news sure So a decent J. movie may be coming out finally from the MC you a squadron. Supreme Film is in the works for Marvel Universe. Not the same thing I know. But it is very similar was knocker for the VM. Cu puts out that. I mean what could have been for the jail. I now because their bank as well not only no punishments bag is sometimes there. Sometimes they are. They're not and sometimes they used to not be here in. I mean they they went. There's a mixed match in time whether good and bad and we're kind of good again. Period is basically superman. He fluctuates between good and bad. And not like. He does Darken Gazebo. Or whatever but like leave us the world's occasionally as a from a broken perspective and they are like knock offers and the Justice League which is Kinda crazy. They're actually getting a new. Like three part mini series during this whole empire storyline. So I mean if you dig idea they w where the check it had many here and there and Fars Short story or a short series. I feel like maybe two or three years ago woman ran for a minute where we saw the death of characters. That was pretty good. I guess far as thing like I don't really know I really know. That's a great wheel of Justice League movie but as a thing they are very similar bad. The Empire series is going to have much of any theories as happens. We're getting CAP. American mini series getting squadrons a mini series. Spiderman mini series There's a batch one shots and there's like an avengers many series most me series were three parts and one. That's one shots but yes springs. Sound like three part mini during the whole new on scroll cre- Earth War giving me start. So there's basically dark justice league for the most part anyway or just ourselves of yeah. It'd be interesting to see what happens. It's kind of crazy we go. Yeah there's there's been a little more talk in the US have this but there's been a little more talk about the Scott Snyder release of Justice League and apparently some parts are gonna be according to Internet finished in Digital Samat out like a live action the other but in anime styles. I don't know we'll see but apparently is alleged new scenes from that. I guess people have seen may not normal people like actor people and they're all like it's great. That's what they always say. Well I heard a lot about it. I heard all these scenes Blah Blah tschetter consider. Remember the SUPERMAC Super Mustache. What would we call back in the day? I remember as a thing like most shots. A he shot though were before the mustache was a problem. The so reassuring. That's that's that's what I'm bringing up. Is that like all those scenes that were filmed before he was done. Shooting the movie and really had to bring it back Blah Blah Blah have argued like we takeover. There's there's a lot of talk of like that movie was supposed to be drastically different. Which like we might all be eating word being like. Oh wait in might like Josh Josh. Wade. Mainly make a make the film even better like Zach. Snyder might not make a good film. But why he makes things look really good blah blah. We won't be like wow. Maybe Zack Snyder should have made so little time. But I mean okay to be fair. We all know. His daughter passed away like not. There's nothing that could change that but like thin chain then it does bring up the fact the point. Why didn't change it so much? Chance in question. Is that just being like all? Finish your film and we'll all be oversee everything and get your your year. Cinematic Vision to the big green egg widen. Why did he so tragically change it? Ca- questions asked and that makes me wonder why that makes me question. Joss white and you know what I mean like like like. Why did you do that like? That's Kinda messed up a little bit. Yeah I don't know. I just think it'd be really cool for the the scenes that they tease. That Black Superman suit granted it may have been set up and just put on instagram. For the sake of not having been recovered yet kind together marvel suit and we saw a bunch of scenes that weren't colored correctly because they had digitally colored. But as a thing of blacks you look awesome. So I'll know it'd be cool. We see that. I guess we'll have to see what happens so anyway onto awesome things in this horrible time when there's nothing on TV except reruns and Documentaries about Tiger people amazing comedy specials from Tom Saga and as the advert. Crasher some debatable. Wrestlemainia thirty six is going still air on April fourth and April fifth. Oh man both awesome separately. Different things like it's going to be like a continuation. They've already filmed it. They've already done. They're gonNA release it so they did film it and there was going to be. It was gonNA take place in at Laurel Lanta. I do believe and but they decided to film it anyway but like with no routes and all that stuff because what's going on with limited staff and they've actually gone so far as to like they've actually filmed the episode of raw that take place after Wrestlemainia. That's how far they've Gone Afar. It will take place on April fourth fifth. It'll be on pay per view and also on the WW network. Conrad I think I'm in the world that were now living in with no sports and no anything fun and cool. I'm so into that and I'm going to pay money on pay per view to walk Wrestlemainia for the first time since I was a revenue. Twelve years old thousand. I'm into it I don't care I'm having WRESTLEMAINIA party. If it's just me and you to bid in my house with the pets with captain I will I will. Dt captain into the couch just to show how excited I am. Oh man and I don't care what he thinks he will have any any of this going on at all. You'll be amazing. What do you mean by that fantastic coil almond at school and last but not least we do need help at this big deal? Diamond Distribution Suspends New kind of books as of April first for the foreseeable future. We don't know Ma'am no date given as far as hold on delivery. It's it's it's not like they're like nor Combo of all ever know. There's a lot of like Internet talk. It's just like hey people right now are like it's only central places that are going to work so going to a printing plant isn't any such a place because you're not. You're just putting. I mean your opinion com books Not I'm not saying that. This dominance central I get it but I'm saying as at this point right now we're trying to limit person on person. Interaction like physical contact Distin case especially because like some of the printing planter in bigger cities and so diamond distribution. Doing what they need to do to help out the smart Stores which most comic stores are month to month or week to week or whatever it is because it's like it's a big deal right you're paying you're doing your orders three runs out and you're paying week-to-week and you're hoping your customers come in and buy things week to week and it is what it is it's like it's it's it's a brilliant format. I. I'm on pages you I like. I like I like the printed art and there is a lot of talk of like three even asking DC and marvel speed Especially DC marvel but like even companies to not release books on digital formats at all until this whole thing like figures itself out just. Because it's like if you release them digitally you're gonNA start killing Like you're taking something that was barely hanging on your by your dispute. Pounding nails into the coffin right. So they're actually asking like they're asking those companies to not release anything digitally so it was even so far we understand is coming. Zoology is still planning holding things at least as of like two days ago. So I guess look at the data. Whenever this is uploaded still true. Maybe thought which is scary. But you know we'll see. The diamond went closing their Washington branch. The Pennsylvania Branch and the California bench which mean all places that his winter dealing with quarantine. So it makes sense. So we'll see.

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"josh wade" Discussed on Murder and Mystery in the Last Frontier

Murder and Mystery in the Last Frontier

06:42 min | 2 years ago

"josh wade" Discussed on Murder and Mystery in the Last Frontier

"Twenty year old Joshua Wade and his three passengers to young men and one young woman. Were driving through the streets of anchorage when they came across a woman passed out in the middle of the road. Josh wanted to run over her. But nineteen year old DWAYNE clovinger convinced Josh to stop and let him drag the woman out of the road. Duane left Della Brown near an abandoned shed. The group drove around a while longer and then the three males went to a friend's automotive repair shop a block from the shed where they'd left Della they plan to spend the night at the garage working on cars and drinking whiskey and beer a while after they arrived at the garage Josh announced he was going back to the shed to see if the passed out. Woman had any money on her. Josh returned to the garage several several times during the night once asking for a condom. Witnesses said another time wade returned to the garage covered in blood and and he admitted he'd killed the woman. Several of the young men in the garage claim Josh took them to the shed to show them the body of Della Brown. Most of these young men have police records and were at least partially intoxicated. The Night of Dallas murder. None of them wanted to get involved with the police. Yes and Wade threatened to kill them if they told the police what he had done. No one said anything until a few days after Dulles body was found and police offered an award for information leading to the capture of Dell's killer with the promise of award money. The young men from the garage began again to talk on two separate occasions. Detectives Wire Josh. Wade's acquaintances incent them to talk to Wade Wade not only made incriminating incriminating statements about killing della. But when shown the new story written by Sheila Toomey in the Anchorage Daily News about the six murdered. Anchorage Women Wade suggested to his friends. He had killed three of the women. Police felt they had gathered more than enough evidence against Wade and they arrested did him and charged him with Della Brown's rape and murder as well as six other counts including tampering with evidence. Marianne Dan Henry was named lead prosecutor. In the case. Miss Henry a Harvard graduate was the first woman to prosecute homicides in the state of Alaska. Marcy Danell Assistant Marianne. Marcy was a young inexperienced lawyer. Eager to learn from one of the best prosecutors in the state. Marianne Henry new. The prosecution had almost no forensic evidence they had no weapon and no trace evidence evidence. The Semen Empu care. Found in Della did not belong to Josh. Wade and Wade also did not leave. The bloody fingerprint found in in the shed. The prosecution did have a strong circumstantial case. Though seven. Witnesses came forward to State Wade confessed. He killed Della Woah. The witnesses saw blood on. Wade's clothes. But unfortunately investigators were unable to find the bloody clothes. The prosecution also had the tape of weight. Admitting to two of his friends he killed Della and suggesting he might have killed two other women. Henry New the prosecution witnesses. Witnesses were not solid citizens. They were petty criminals who had been impaired by drugs and alcohol the night of the murder and they had trouble remembering dates times and the sequence of events still they all told virtually the same story and their stories should convince the jury beyond onto reasonable doubt. Josh Wade was very lucky. Though his defense lawyers Jim mccombs and Cindy strout or considered two of the the best in the state and they had a dual pronged approach for securing a non guilty verdict for the client. I since Joshua Wade was talker and a braggart his lawyers put forth the theory that Wade found Dulles dead body in the abandoned shed and then to gain street cred cred with his new criminal acquaintances. He told them he murdered della and even took them to the shed to show them her body as proof. Furthermore more when shown the photo of the murdered women in the paper Josh could not resist claiming he not only murdered della but also murdered two of the other women secondly the defense pointed to a sloppy work by the increase. Police Department in the Anchorage District Attorney's office claiming lay stopped opt investigating before they found the true murderer. Police never discovered who the semen pubic hair and bloody fingerprint belong to and they had several other viable suspects who could have murdered della including her violent boyfriend a month into the trial lead prosecutor. Mary Ann Dan. Henry suddenly stepped down from the case claiming health problems. He dropped the prosecution of Joshua Wade into the lap of the very very inexperienced marcy. McDonnell Carrie Brady another young inexperienced attorney stepped in to assist mcdaniel. Oh neither attorney had ever prosecuted a homicide before and both admitted afterwards. They were in way over their heads. The prosecution in case suffered serious problems before Henry quit but once she was gone. The inexperience of the two prosecutors only highlighted the claims by the defense insisting the prosecution brought the case to trial before they thoroughly investigated it after two and one half months of testimony. The jury eerie deliberated one week before they returned with a verdict they found Josh Will Wade not guilty on all counts except for tampering with evidence and for this offense he received a six and one half year prison sentence minus time he'd already served in December. Two Thousand Four Joshua Wade was released from jail and Anchorage law enforcement officials feared they had just unleashed just a ticking time.

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"josh wade" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

10:29 min | 2 years ago

"josh wade" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Put on Twitter a little bit ago the view from my hotel room here in New Orleans this is about ten minutes ago it's it's not it's paid now is it was you have to go find the shot yeah I have to email it to you old school where maybe I'll just print it off and mail it to you because that's kind of still how you operate you'll get three or four days but I'll send it to you it's awesome FedEx it up thanks guys moving the fed ex yeah I got fed ex I'll have a carrier pigeon bring it your way to drop it off at your massive the state minimum I thought back into the two games today this is great right but this is okay so you know we talk all the time of the courses he's and you know I don't get a chance to watch a ton of NFL over the course of the regular season because I work all day Saturday I go home three kids wife stuff going on so there's not a chance to just sit and watch it now you take that as I hate the NFL which is not the case I just don't get a chance to watch the NFL I do like college better but that's what it is I mean I don't you can love one thing and you don't have to hate all other things but you know what I want you know one thing that the rupture but to interrupt you how how college people always have to make the point about the NFL does take shots at the NFL that wasn't I don't ever hear anybody with the NFL say I don't really like college football as much the NFL which always your college football take that thought a shot at the wild colourful so much batter you you never know I. F. L. peoples are you kidding me no my gosh well that's about it maybe you might that everybody I work with in Connecticut everybody that's a native of New England everybody that's a native of the northeast they go out to tell you that like knowledge will pull this out is pro football pro football just to apple with the U. S. is not just a good time all right let's never heard I've heard that jets patriots owner okay I got a bigger interest in Major League Baseball there than they do walk us college football people tend to say it when the air more I guess okay copper says what I just it happens all the time of the year I'm sitting here telling you something this is the every year when I'm covering the national championship game in college football it's the only time I could literally sit and watch NFL you like I will sit and watch the vast majority these two football games today and I can't wait to do it because I think both could be right with UPS both as it's time for straight talk brought you by straight talk wireless Minnesota San Francisco could happen I mean is there not some level do you have any and I know that you're doing Kerr because if you have any level of doubt Jimmy Garoppolo in his first career playoff start or is it such that it doesn't matter if we get a great drop below because San Francisco defensively is good enough to get to because it's disrupt cousins you have enough doubts about Dalvin cook at their ability to run the football that it doesn't matter what the Rapallo does which one is more accurate I think it's more the Vikings I I the more the because they're not your bed healthy feeling with the stitches the eggs not as much as he's healthy now coming back from the flu I can hit the other practice missing that not a big deal rest get healthy he did but haven't the heart having the guard person having Alexander baby be there at least that his presence will be there this summer energy stamp what they really like what he brings and Ford with a hamstring we'll see what the Ford able to do I think you look at San Francisco you think about them being healthy you can Dalvin cook beat I keep bringing up the album called more than because of the story is in order for cousins have a chance to win this game Dalvin cooks got to be huge and I think that's the way run it pass rushers and then slow them down if they have to respect cook and they after all the sun come up then you got more plays in the passing game I got the thing you said Tennessee was talking very cerrado yesterday they said Hey that'll be a big opening its raven corners if they're not and the windows are tight and you get some deflected balls interceptions Tannehill's going to struggle and as you mentioned there can repair cannery it's a cerrado said majority of his shorts come in the second half like seventy seventy five percent of those yards in the second half if they're down fourteen seventeen point their cameras are going to be a factor in the second half so the key if going into halftime if the ravens have eight to ten point or more lead or thirteen or more point lead then the raven should roll if this is a close hotly contested game were and remain remains a factor then though the ravens could be a little bit trouble let's get to that game in a second I do want to throw a couple of things about the bike and L. actually today what do you have your two six one match ups which you don't always get you know the last time a sixty got a question today don't I got I am asking you questions well I'm trying to build a little context little perspective here K. fun because you got to I think you have to opportunities for to happen like it wouldn't shock me if Minnesota or Tennessee one the last time a sixty to one of the playoff two thousand head and two sixes did it that year the Packers did it the jets that more history for trivia question you always like to ask because these you're ready nineteen eighty seven was the last time the Vikings won multiple playoff games in a single postseason who was the starting quarterback the mobile nineteen eighty seven male Josh Wade Wilson yes correct well done all right now in terms of the let's go to Tennessee I don't you you're like forget history I want to talk about well I would say this week about pressure pressure dari is the one who if I said a hot list of the teams that we had the most pressure in these games and I'll throw the college I think ello el issues got enormous or hot list where were you yesterday when Mike an hour trying to figure out the hot list where were you know where to be found exactly okay exactly but I think the ravens of use a state of the art of that definitely I'll issue because it's just a little the end of your the ravens strictly NFL had the most pressure on them because when you went fourteen games when you went fourteen straight games and you Abelard Jackson being unstoppable nobody's had an answer for Lamar Jackson in this offense once I got on this role nobody now mark any room as the calf injury aggravated in practice last Saturday how effective is the discuss Edwards justice hill if not the same offense okay the ravens right now everybody in Baltimore now I'm here right that and I have a daughter Lauren whose big in the race they're thinking about my and they're ready to go to Miami their South Beach that's gonna Superbowl and again well this is John Harbaugh because they better not be ready to go to my mom taught by fans lance separate until about the expectation the fan this is Super Bowl or bust anything less than a Superbowl win and I'm just gonna getting there forget that just get there is one win it you got a win to finish this off because their fans here they are on cloud nine they are just they can this raven team cannot be beat so this is where all the pressure is all on the Baltimore Ravens more so than anybody in this whole playoff environment it's on the Baltimore Ravens disagree okay they're gonna give me your answer Kansas City Chiefs why after having the one seat last year yeah failing to advance losing at home to the patriots last year here they are again not a worn but they are experienced two in a game they should certainly when do you think they're going to win by thirty plus I don't think it's what I would say thirty play all right whatever you call around three touch three touchdowns right I would call that around in this day and age in the playoffs three touchdown what is around thirty about forty five twenty one forty five seventeen that's that's a **** Kickin right there brother that's a wrap but I think they've got the most pressure maybe not this weekend I don't think they're going to be in danger this weekend I'm with you but I think Kansas city in the next week they would go to Baltimore in all likelihood or host Tennessee but I think there's pressure there it's pressure because of what happened last year it's pressure because it's Andy Reid who still has more wins than a head coach in the history of the lake without a Superbowl championship I feel there is significant pressure on Kansas city and even if they wanted to go to Baltimore they're going to be people that say they should win their does what they should what is not as good at it no not as much I'm with you there but they should win there because this is Baltimore's first real run at it with this group Lamar still young again the chief defense which is played much better of late they've given up about eleven points a game over the last I think too much the chief defense can they get to Lamar maybe they can't I don't know yeah that's a big game if that happens and then I think that's the big time look ahead bye expects Casey at Baltimore next week that's a game of the ages I think with homes in the March Jackson and what we have going there and as you mentioned two teams are really it is a chance for Andy Reid to get back to a Superbowl have a chance maybe to win it for Baltimore finish it off but I do think if you lose to cancer to use the Kansas city loses the Houston who's a fall team I don't think she'd be in this game but they are to get credit for finish off that came in when I get that will benefit from some officiating there but if you lose this game this will be one that you talk about in NFL history in NFL history if Kansas city loss to Houston in this game tomorrow I'll be one the worst losses ever I agree and and any of the I don't know any read would survive to be honest as crazy as that sounds like at some point the that can't happen let's just say that can't happen I don't think we think it's going to happen that can wipe it down the way it is one of the all time worst losses on NFL team it would be a persisting would be that king you think that comes out every well he's nothing I have the at the end is in a spot that I just I don't think I don't happen if it did though dari can't it yeah this is your but the jets in the end the colts back in the Superbowl and all the different shocking upsets we've had Jacksonville Denver all the different ones we've had in playoff you have to go back up maybe a hot list with them shocking games we've ever seen in the playoffs this would there near the top it would be all right we'll get into this too most pressure this weekend I want to know what Jeremy Valerie NFL insider things we're gonna ask him I think it's a great place to start with him he joins us next don't forget it's all straight talk breath you by straight talk wireless everything from S. only at Walmart ESPN radio ESPN.

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"josh wade" Discussed on Reel Chat

Reel Chat

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"josh wade" Discussed on Reel Chat

"Him as captain america's sprints away. The children asked their grandfather. Do you know him and he replies. We all know him <hes> so that would have been nice school silly not to include that unless it was. Maybe maybe just maybe two hammy like yeah i could. I tried to kind of edit around it and just nods to. It's too much. It's filmed. Maybe it came down to like. They had the mount with the cops out in new york. Cops was still pretty relevant then honoring them those men <hes> maybe they didn't wanna kinda similar scenes. This is something i always like in film <hes> at iran but to our market this movie when the missile is released over manhattan the pilot detonation in two minutes and thirty seconds sequence between detonation is three minutes and thirty seconds of film time editing stuff because you know otherwise. No you know what i mean in the final in credit seen captain america is the only one not eating eighteen hours because chris evans going to buzz cat and grad his bid off of this movie was done filming. It was calling to do this extra sane and refused to shape up his bid judah filming snipe at the time yeah well. This was actually put together. During the premiere of the film i think because that was the only time that they were oughta. Give parts post production and just wait and just wanted to throw these these saint did not appear in original premiere of the film during the premio. The costs were in the same place at the same time just waiting put them all together quickly at the last minute shot them and it's just yes that very basic shot of their meeting and yeah chris evans has a bead so yes is to cover it up and gave him a prosthetic jaw and he holds his hand over his face because the prosthetic made him look like he'd been attacked by angry bees. He also unable to eat talk. Walk with a prosthetic on weekdays is also very clearly visible in certain shots of the same as well site yeah. Look we know it's there. You can't help but look really really a bit hits a post credit sane at the very end. It's doesn't mean anything it's just a bit of fun does every model film something like this by the way i meet a northern oh well night count the clink clink clink. When did it start though i i'm has the while want to talk to you about the initiative shift ben amid credit or a credit. I feel like in spain at least if it's not been in movies now being retrofitted because at the end of incredible hulk tiny shows up yet and has a chat chat to him and then it's definitely being everyone yeah i believe so josh wade and explain that two of the founding avengers members ant man in the boss were cut from the script because the film had too many and he characterised good also the screenwriters didn't want atman in the marvel cinematic universe until his movie was released. Yeah i'm so glad because they wouldn't cost paul rod then yeah and dan he's perfect man..

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"josh wade" Discussed on Podcast Pontifications

Podcast Pontifications

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"josh wade" Discussed on Podcast Pontifications

"The tool that you are using does not export at minus sixteen luff's get another tool there are some options you can go off on it and a few others that will let you expert at minus sixteen but seriously get another tool. That's it cleaned. The noise control dynamics e. q. compress mastered export done deal. Now you have audio that is accessible so that people like me and a lot of other people out there who have hearing loss some mild some moderate some severe. If it's correctable electable we can probably still hear all of the content all those dialogue bits all the little asides that are so key to store your trying to tell we can not only hear them in a quiet environment but will be able to hear them when we're in the car run the bus any other noisy environment that you take for granted. We'll be able to listen to it and best of all not one of these steps up there. Compromises your artistic ability not one you will still convey the same message the same way. You're just assembling this audio in a way that everybody even those of us with hearing loss else can enjoy the content easy straightforward. It's a process but it's one you need to learn. I guess for the step. Six should be listened once. It's actually kicked back down in an m._p. Three file but yeah once again special thanks to marcus apolo. Tom kelly josh wade and chris current for giving me their thoughts on how this whole thing works i appreciate you guys again links in the episode details and two things before i go one by me a coffee slash eva tara. If you enjoyed these tips this miniseries more miniseries are coming in you can show your appreciation.

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"josh wade" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

09:09 min | 3 years ago

"josh wade" Discussed on Uncommon

"You know, we're not selling product here. Yeah. Yeah. You focusing on people what they're doing. Yeah. I, I'd agree with that. I think that's been a big realization as well. Sometimes you just go to focus on, again, going back to that idea of product, which in your case is people. When you go as a standing there in the shower and daydreaming thinking about twenty years from now. What does this look clock? Can't tell you. That's a great question questions. That's always think about are we should tell me, why. You can't tell me just it's not that I don't know. Yeah. My fuck it. No, it's just I think. We wanna be we wanna be able to innovate faster than our competitors can imitate. And you know, people will say what we do. And we'll see what other people do and that's how it works. You know, we, we've taken a lot of different things from a lot of different places, and we've created our in formula like every other business has. But these are Al what is it seven twelve secret herbs and spices much? I think it's, it's twelve hoods. Well, this is a sacred souls. Yeah, that's, that's the secret sauce for us in the secret sauce will always be the what's coca Cola's dream in the next twenty years. Yeah. Cape selling cook? Yeah, it is it is, as my answer. Always having to look in my fine before. And I realize you guys probably to get gone three fifteen. So there's a lot of other things I wanted to ask you, but I think next time you down, we'll have to save it for that. What are we go? Any good ones? One or two more. I've got lots but it we'd be getting into. Only two nine now. Do on more black hole. Well, the problem is. Feel the problem is the be able to tell me because it's about talent. Okay. No. Yeah. So we'll keep we'll keep it at what I do. And I'll see you guys to finish off, ease some short fast questions of us. Ye plenty before, but this time I wanna make it it'd be more relevant to this told me. So if you guys have to give the audience a book on the ID of, managing people agency land all media, but with the book bay for Christmas. Mark Levin show has to be. Yeah. But also think. The other thing, this is something that won't be read. And then implemented to be the best. You've just got to naturally NAR, how to do it. You've got to be able to observe papal, and I had a trade them in react to the situations. Yeah. You gotta take many different things in all's Martius. Yep. Yep. Be consi reading and thinking about the spice as to what is going on in the business. You've cried it so far in verve. What do you guys individually mush proud of? Thing, the Jesus never fucking good question. I think for me, it'd be. We I really did like jump in the defend it's always something would be willing to do. I you know, I love taking risks and familiar, it was just it was a ni- Brian. But I think for a lot of other people that would have been a little doubt that, but for me, I'm just so you glad you took that opportunity. Yes. At the time, I think autograph think with the idea that we're all lot. Yes. It's the best time in your life to take these journeys. Exactly. Yeah. But also think. I'm lucky enough to have loving parents, that even if I was forty nine sewing happened on Arkansas, run back to them and say. You're sleeping Yasser two days. What is chasing? He's I understand that the, the lucky situation that I'm in to if I didn't take recent AVI street. Yeah. What about you Jewish? Ice on proud that I've met Sam because without without Sam, I wouldn't be able to do this. So. And I'm proud of I just I everything that we've created the time that we've had to spend with each other. And, and the fact that, you know, we've been able to just wake up every morning and not necessarily on the business side. But we have the luxury of being able to wake up every single morning and we like what we do. And that's something that a lot of people don't get to have. And, you know, I see with a lot of people the, the struggling to find that thing and and, and defend. Yeah, yes, it's almost I can imagine as well. Because it's, it's one thing to have your first sale low deal and then to have the second one and then to nor dot you can support yourself doing this thing that you love doing. It's quite you know it's not often you get those moments to sit back and think about it. I think. I never really do. Yeah. Because he's so focused on who Shing forward in growing. Is there a particular movie or Docker that you think, in the spice of, of media, people talent whatever you wanna colon that you always refer back to over enjoyed the most? Yeah, I one of them on this one. Oh, thank you. But it's the, the Dr dre. The thing about Dr dre, which is obviously, I promise example of what is it cold the define once the defiance? Yeah. Yeah. That's definitely one of them. It's had occurred a billion dollar empire out of town. Yeah. Yeah. I think you feel like you said, this to me, maybe not lost interviewed that, that was quite an important taco few. I mean, a lot of these things that we're reading in saying that they're almost things that we inherently know because we just keep having those moments where it's lot, all that's what we would doing. It's just it's nice to hear that it works. Yes. It's totally true. You don't to see someone else doing this thing and knowing that what you're doing is in the right direction. It's the reassurance yet factor because you don't have that when you're an entrepreneur like insists again, you constantly focus on growing. Any loss requests for the audience, way, waking guys and gals find you on social media and what you're up to deliver that work. Yeah. Yet, on Instagram. Yeah. I spoke at the two. The two social at the moment yet. You'll say everything on the end. Is there anything big coming up other than you just to finish the comedy fest? Something by the time missus out or be two weeks from now. What else is coming up to his? Everyone's go to is we're going to America and shoot some stuff. Interesting is, there's a lot going on. But we just moved into a new office. So religiously, we got the lace the day, we left here. So we haven't even been in yet. The case. Yeah, we've had it like, well, actually we, you know, we've had it painted and everything like that. So it's all fresh. So ready to go? So when we land we leave Monday morning, when we land would literally getting in the car and drive his job to IKEA to, to get the phone incher and, and that's you know, the next chapter, for us then, and so it's, it's all it's all spayed ahead. So we'll look I appreciate you guys coming in on his short. You busy with the comedy fest down having us. Thanks a lot. And it's I think it's just from myself. It's it's fascinating to see what you guys doing. I think indirectly like I'm a little bit proud just to know that there are people here it is dry from the online spice that can do something because I don't think many people have done. Something in this space putt. From the ovaries things like talent. So is being interesting watching things from afar. So bought on to the yeah,.

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"josh wade" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

11:58 min | 3 years ago

"josh wade" Discussed on Uncommon

"So soft but one, I got from that is that it seems like this game is sort of, like if I didn't analogy to finance, you've got if you're doing businesses. It's like hall, Sal honestly, but then when you start speaking to financial planners, particularly private wealth on it worth planners, they will never disclose a single fucking thing. You, you never get an idea is to board his guy on in their world other than some basic statistics. Yeah. I mean, all we've really said, is what people already know you have a couple of different, you know, went up when no different to any other agency, we book shows we look after talent and we make some merchandise. How does he think Roydon, like, do you think that you need to like is in? Is it further? I 'cause like, we see I just brought in lots of different agents. That's how they grew that business chemically. Is it that or is it just talent now because we, you know, we, we wanna be in multiple sectors. I mean, if there's something that intrigues salmon I in terms of business than you know, we'll we'll go play in that field. C A, N N something, the screwed a Brown has done is instead of by an signed. This is what our plan is because it's not. But I thought this was an interesting approach he would by the, the company so scooter would go out, and he would by the management companies instead of going out and trying to poach talent the thing, that's super important about, you know, working with, with talent and being business partners with these people is, there's a, there's a relationship there. You know it's not something like when, when someone leaves someone that they working with to go somewhere somewhere else. They don't leave him because that person is tied them up by the legs and taken them hostage and brought them over somewhere else. They formed a relationship that is more significant summit that that's going to happen anyway. No matter what. That's you know that's just how it works people. Grow people change. And some people can only do so much for other people, and then it might not necessarily fit the direction that both businesses are going. But I think scooter Brohm was smart, and soul. The well, I don't wanna become between that I there's a lot of infrastructure that I have that if I could plug them into that infrastructure with what they already have it could help everyone grow there. And everyone growing is a very good thing. You know, when people leave managers and stuff that, you know, obviously people get Sheedy about that. But at the end of the day. No, like I said, no one stealing business, someone just lost business. And he and I think Markovitz spark about that as well. There was a few instances where he, he was a managing director reach out to him. And he code because he didn't never lie to steal from mom and pop on agencies, and he'd called up the going like told him to like say, you know, like you need a secure this client and office, the director of intially moved to him because it's Michael Ovitz, but yeah, you definitely run it. See, they, you lose a client. Will you keep him? And this is simple as up. Yeah. Yeah. And not to take not to take it to heart either. I remember my first manager. Talking to me about this. And I was always always very fascinated by what he was doing. And, you know, I I lived in America with him for a little bit. Not go to see sort of his day today, and dealing with other people. And we, we sorta lived in close quarters of one another. So I got to see a lot more than you know what you usually would say, you know, you only get the phone call every now. And then, you know, whether it's about a deal with something like that, for me, I sort of got to see the back end of what is what actually many gene, other people's businesses and helping them grow? And he was telling me about, you know, bunch of really successful people that he had that he built, and then they win and moved on. And he said, the first few times, it's like a break-up. It's one of the worst feelings of old time, you know, you a lot of the time, you know, these people more than what they go for knows them than what the parents know them. Like you'll they for them in terms of more than anyone else. You know, money is how we live in survive. What some of them, just want is like someone that actually kiss. And that's what so many other talent agencies, just they don't it's all about business where a lot of the time I just wanna actually talk as well. Yeah. And actually, I wanted just to listen to them. Exactly. Yeah. There's a low going through head you get lost in the system. So so you know we. That's, that's sort of the thing is, how do you scale in something like that? And keep those those connections. So, you know, someone like scooter Braun, he'd only have he'd only be looking off to Justin Bieber and someone like Arianna Guerande and they'd have their own little teams together. But he has those connections with them. And then to, to scale that I guess you just wouldn't dare to find good PayPal threat of scale any businesses, you have to fund the rod PayPal, and grow from there, but that's not revolutionary a lot of companies by the companies because I understand what I just said, then that's the only common since way of doing it. Yeah. Well, there's only three ways to a few guys it's you can acquire the businesses you can bring on other key agents, or you can find more cons. That's one of those three things, essentially we like building. Yeah. That's what we like to do. More fun out of it. Plan every fucking die in it grows. And you take a photo of it. You know. That sets the whole that's the whole fun part of it. The journey in that that's why we like business and it's the exact same thing. It's just all these little, little shops that was setting up for everyone by obsessed with his growing. That's something that will both super obsessed with I think the only why is that being industrious to just cheap away at grudge land than over sudden you're in a certain situation where I felt like we Lauren. And I've had that realization recently, I like for her to go food time while we've been trying to get this up and going something up and going on the side of doing a podcast is a content like the loss threes is being nonce, and I can imagine it would have been like that for you guys, working fulltime. But like to have that battle mentally, like autumn want to be doing this work on doing my own stuff for three. It is like a like everyone says it is a mental battle in your head. You have to be mentally strong to do it because you have. A lot of time to think to yourself. Naturally people doubt. Yeah. It's and you always have always doubtful moments. Yes. People will always doubt. Yeah. There's still people out there that are doubting, scooter Braun is still people doubting, all these different people. So doubt his comfortable for me. I mean, that's something that I've always had because I've always been very outspoken about my ambitious thoughts and, and my goals, and same for same. Yeah. I, I think it's what you do with that down the modest. Yes, you can channel use it to, to prove everyone wrong. Yeah. I think that's what I do. Do you mentioned the scooter Braun guy? What's his agency cold as bay projects SP? But he also his big thing is also now, TV film that they don't earn SP nation. Do they not gonna call I guess so? SP projects is the name of the business. Who else do you respect in this area at the moment? In this industry specific to managing talent because I've noticed, like, for example, Gary Vajna chalk has recently in the last year or two launched by vein sports and vein talent. Although the talent doesn't seem like a talent Ida genuine. Yeah. I just create content full individuals. Yeah. Yeah. Like personal branding agency. They've done the sports stuff on, I was, yes. I am. Yes. So I'm curious of the other people at sought of a Michael, Ovitz or screwed up on the, the look up to. I mean definitely people we look up to but. There probably are only to actually in this in this talent management industry that we look up to. But I mean, I know Josh looks heavily up to Swick man, and I, I look up to people like Ellen mosque and stuff like that, that's that's who I wants to. That's how I take inspiration from. Yeah. The show. Yeah, Elon Musk. He's a bit of a character. That guy that's for sure. I mean yeah. I think they're they're all. Similar in terms of they've just created these universes for themselves. Yeah. And they all think the main thing to take from them is that they're all care about the inconceivable than anything else. That's, that's amazed being massive worsen. The last few years is a new you see this generally, when you read these books like at the moment. I'm raiding Google's book on how they built that company and it's just the old cliche like focus on the in consumer focus on the inconceivable. But it's really until you have something and you hearing things from your end. Consumer you've been in previous don't know about you guys you've mainly worked for yourself, but having worked in business previously, and you're working for a company and the consumer is telling you something, but the business went listen, that is, and then you see it there in things like that book for gurgle, that's when it really starts to hit home that you really should because once you can do that. Then you have something that a lot of other people done all fall. I think yeah. And I think, you know, everyone looks up to you know, you Jeff Bezos fucking Elon Musk. The, the whole like the, the appear to me off. And I think that, that can't be taken away from them. If luck you, you have to have those people that you look up to. But yeah, I think it just kinda summoned to tight from everyone. That's the way I look at it is can look at anyone that's successful in business, and I can take something from them, the vol- double made it. So it's not like you know, somethings working, so you know if you can look in Molin guy like. Person. Yeah. What is the commonality? What, what are they all have in common? Yeah. I think I think that product, I e thoughts is being a big thing, and for me, having come from Rolls, Royce driven round sales, and marketing that was a hard not hard pill swallowed but a hard thing to realize, I think, you know, people wired about the pack end and, you know, we've, we've heard of places that have. You know, like money like a cantor of money in the office in talent management, and you'll like. What do you mean? Like is in how much money's coming through full, you know, different events and stuff like that. And if they heeded, quote, other than and let to me that is just let them I sat outrages fucking thing I've ever heard. Because the money, the money will come. But if if you trying to set a quota, and you're trying to reach a budget of some sort and that, that sort of where the ethos of the offices, when, that's on the wall, you end up making decisions to fit that narrative, and not the brand or the person's narrative. You know, if you need to make a couple a couple more hundred dollars here and there you stop making stupid decisions you start trading it in DWI, that it's not meant to be traded whatsoever..

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"josh wade" Discussed on Uncommon

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11:27 min | 3 years ago

"josh wade" Discussed on Uncommon

"In a nod and just do that whenever he feels like an. Then come and smoke weighed in the studio with Ila moss. That guy's the new Ellen. Yeah. He is that guy. Just talk Ellen spot an Oprah spa and just shit on it. He's big show shown the internet, and he would have gone through the exact he's the big show in the world. That's our main, like he he's the biggest shy, you know, and that guy just walked around the gate and just built his own castle and built his own compound. And I think that's we're living in such a good time that everyone can do that. Now, you know if if you want to do this by yourself and you've got what it takes. And I'm an whatever then you, can you all you need is brand. That's, that's the only important thing this is very exciting because I'm starting to get a bit a picture. Now of what it is that you're doing, right? And it's you know, like hack. Did you not be excited if you are a talent and you've had that previous experience with the I sold manager business that you've worked within the past, and now you can come to utilize and they can tell you like some ridiculous, how Mary and you'd be like yeah, sure it's good. I want to be the guy k parade. I'm not. I don't wanna be the guy Kepa nor you've got the infrastructure is. There's a difference, I would like to build the infrastructure, and if it works well than absolutely but at the same time, commerce reciprocal. And I think that, that came out funny, you know, if, if someone wants to do something, and we can't necessarily provide the mains do it, because, you know, it might not be they might be a financial return to be able to pay that back or, you know, might be, you know, a bunch of different factors. We'll still always tight the time of day to go have out, you try this habit. You do this heavy you do that. Because I mean that's just how it works. I mean, you know, this, we type meetings with people all the time, not because we're sitting here in way going, we just want to eight eight at all op eight, you know, take everyone from everywhere and everything. That's, that's not our approach to it at all. But for us, it's just if you have a question where was super open to answering, and if and if you, you know, kick it off and, you know, you win an Skar and there's a moment that. One of us have said something to you, and we've taken the time and we just get a thumbs up. Yes, wait. I think you might have said that. In a previous interview with you that the thing that you got enjoyment, from as a comedian was the people. And it goes back to that point, you made earlier, I think, for you guys, it sort of sounds like the seeing that individual have it. Whether it's success enjoyment in what they're doing knowing that you crowded that seems important to you. And I can sort of see now because you sent me when I was asking about things that we want to chat about before the interview sent me this individual, Gary and Michael Ovitz, and I can see this similarities, like is in it if you'd agree with this, but I feel you glass click with his eighth. Also of doing this sort of work. Yeah. Well he just changed the game. Yeah. And they took the power out of the people's hands. Yeah. Well he he's super character because he said, would not the bottle if you want. He said that. Just Chuck that one down there. He said something like they started the business in the thing that made them successful as they decided to outsource pretty much everything. But that gave them Waymo pow because they were able to just focus on deals and opportunities and ideas, they sort of became like playmakers in a way. Yes. As opposed to the classic Asian Burt sort of quite passive. Yes. Yeah. I think the main thing about a Mark love. It's is that the whole packaging. That's what changed the game was that. Yeah. Instead of them awesome. Arming the talent. And then them having to go to the studio and peach a movie, or, you know, waiting for the for the studios, more like to come to them and say, we won this daughter being a movie. They just had the direct. I the producers I had all of it. So I just packaged a movie together made the idea, and then pitch that to the studios of the other way around. Yeah. They've got the rata they've got the rest the town's switch and they just go. Hey, do you want it? Yeah. And also, they would introduce. Those people to each other. Yes. Not just generally, but specifically for these opportunities and then they would sort of become part of that picture processing, and it takes less. It takes stress off the studio side of things is why aren't they just become buys? They don't sitting there and, and they, you know, they have allegiances with, with different groups of people, that's why you'll always fond. Let Leonardo DiCaprio will always do was Stevens. Damn yeah. He's done some insane amount of school size. You know what I mean? Like they have those at and there's a reason for that. It's obviously they work well together. But, you know when you'll making the shooter money and you come back to them with another idea that, just so happens to have the same group of people, the shoot he goes, yet will pay double, and it just keeps going and going going going going. So, you know, the studios, and, and I've always been fascinated by Hollywood and Honda surly Hollywood as in the place of the. -cational movies by show business. Yeah, I recently read, how it Hughes's bog, Raphy and just to see those early years of how this industry basically set it up itself up in the thirties. It is fascinating and at times, it's, it's terrifying to think that, you know, these Schutte os owned people, you know, they couldn't do anything, you know the, the record label saw it of things that, that, that's the most fascinating. The music industry is the most fascinating thing. I think for both salmon I in terms of how that works because alpha sort of explorer into that area was a massive. I open a way you just go whoa. Just become a comedian you'll own at all. But, but over there, it's a different thing. You know, you've got a you've got a system of power, that's being in control for forty fifty sixty years. And they figured out the best way for them to make the most amount of money and, you know, it takes time to get the right deal. They can also obviously provide a massive amount of leverage, so they, they have the power for a lot of that in it's just I've always, you know, the whole Michael Jackson story in terms. Of things something that people forget, but he makes so much money from it in the live turn and stuff like that, that he, he ended up buying fifty percent of Saini to get out of his contract. And he was on stage in two thousand and one holding up a sign saying, Sony kills and tiny Matala, who's the head of Sony at the time. I don't know if he's still is now is the devil. And, and whatnot, while owning the company, the dude board happy birthday. You couldn't sing happy birthday on TV really. Yeah. You couldn't sing it. Anyway. That's why they have different versions of the song. So I was only I think maybe two years ago that it was that was put in the public domain. But I you know, you hear people like Chris rock in that talk about him from a business perspective. You know, that's fucking gangsta. That's that's scary. And as a great speech that he makes it's like filmed on a camera. And he's talking about, you know, the, the labels and everything they. They focused on me to just dance and sing and, and do do what I was told. But goes something along the lines of. But they didn't think that I would have out think them. Yeah. I mean, look, regardless of all the recent stuff with what is it? Never land. Yeah. That storms h well, doesn't it doesn't? He was an oddest audit. So he he was one of the great since. So he had that insight, I think it goes back to what I was saying before where you have someone that from eight years old, and this is, I think, Justin Bieber will go go through this as well. They understand the business better than the executive because they've been working in it, since they were eight. If you started shearing sheep at eight years old and some dude starts at twenty five, and he's thirty five now and you both the same age. You're gonna have some tips for the con-. Yeah. You know, so. The oddest artist, I think, is a is a massive thing in the same way is this comedy festival. I've heard a lot of comedians comedy, jokes jokes for comedians by comedians, and they brutal. So, yeah, I don't know where I was going with that. So what's, what do you think being the biggest thing that you've learned from, Monaco Ivan's, because it seemed like that interview, sort of crystallize a few ID's in your head that you already had? Was this idea of the package primarily Rudy doing already doing it? But we, it was, I did raid Markelov. It's his book at it's sort of did Obama is to while I k- this guy did it back then and wick currently doing it now. But I just didn't know at happened before there was a someone who had done. Yes. And it was much clearer when I read, okay, this is exactly what we're doing now in this time. Yeah. And do you think that you guys? So the, the obvious fact that you focus on people that you think a talented right at the moment, it's being you've got musicians, deejays COMEX a few of the other, no what you classify, which for fair burners, comics, or performance they comedians. Yeah. Way, do you wanna go? Like, what are the other mediums that excite you? The most is sport is reality TV. You know what, what do you think is? What are you going off? Into long-term like what are you when you standing there on the shell what do you like this is where I wanna go? Well, I think we have like the biggest visions ever like the Qods close to the chest. I already think we'd be enough. Yeah, yeah, yeah. It's, it's funny how I need sign up because I remember watching that interview mclovin, who carry bay. And he would often say a lot with saying nothing. Yeah. That is you go to feel that he's the game of an of a Evans agent of his caliber. You know. You've just got a bay that type of person gets, like, what people here not, not business. I mean the post business, but they're essentially people and it's like, you know, I'm looking to go around and tell someone else about my mother's problems, people doing. Yeah. Exactly, so. Well, he was he used this example. It was it was an in the Gary v one. Another interview with them. The guy with the afro as bison, New York. He's going to James someone. Anyway, the point is used to talking about like this story of Paul Newman. Have Paul Newman was down. And that's how they came to know each other and all that..

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"josh wade" Discussed on Uncommon

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11:32 min | 3 years ago

"josh wade" Discussed on Uncommon

"And like 'cause I feel like initially you said, too may that you guys were considering, like just doing marketing stuff like you would just focus on content and stuff like that. Who is like the headed the talent in combat did a comedian site? You, hey I need some help with this stuff or was it like you know what? Like we could probably do what I was doing for may. And then just offer that as a service to, to these guys. Yeah, I mean we work in multiple vertical. So obviously, we're here for the comedy. I saw, but we've got musicians AJ's we've got a bunch of different to us. It's the exact same blueprint. It's pleasing the end-consumer but. For us. The first one was Isaac field. And you know, that was just natural because, you know, may not used to work together on the right and he was making videos, and it was just a seminar, went really working on anything, and we'll on any of the talent side of things and he just come to us and ask question here and there and yeah, I guess it was more like we always knew we wanted to get into this. But if you look at the spice it's if you want to be a talent managed talent poach will create them. I wouldn't wanna poach anyone because we had nothing we didn't have any back record of anyone that we've built up or anything like that. So we knew we had to make the next star. So then we sat down, and we said, who do we know that we think actually has potential? Josh, I'd met Isaac a few times, I've seen him perform. And I think we just both knew that, like he had he had what it takes just started making videos made like three YouTube videos this point. So we flew into Goco sin we and they go on, and I remember seeing that photo on your Instagram of passing of the heavyweight title of something. In hindsight, now, a brilliant analysis. I well that's why posted it. Because like you know, is exit great guy, and he's very similar to us in terms of it is what it is. And, you know, you just you tight the punches. And, you know where he to nothing, you know, there's something salmon I we're talking about the other day, as well as Al goal is not necessarily to, I guess, take things or buy things from other people it's, it's more growing. That's the fun part for us. Now naturally going to have when you grow things you're going to have people. Look in wonder why, why are they doing that? And you know, you're gonna have people in any in any business. And you know, this is just it's just how it is. You know, but people going all day, not doing it. Rydell. You know that's not the way that you do. And, and whatever, and that's, that's absolutely fine. I think for us we just stay. Aaron bubble when not here to necessarily compete, or do anything with anyone acting is just to do what, what we wanna do and do it our way. And there's no one else that exists outside of that, and that works for us. I think I'd agree with that. I think it's I'm the way I'm studying to see as you guys at least, with, with the talent side, things aiming to be the online talent agency. I don't like the word online, like online is because digital I swear the attention is if it if it was on TV. And if people were watching that then we'd be the television agency is in consumer and consumer is right now. They consuming content through a different cable, then what TV was consumed through. Yeah. But it's that analysis that you're aware that died is the, the new medium and a lot of people on his business. It has been for a long time. I think we're not revolutionary in the federal we've found that. I just think that there's a lot of people that have done it wrong. I think there's a lot of people that can sell a non chain. Seventy six Ford falcon and a lot of people are bringing Mercedes Benzes to these people. And they go on. Yeah, yeah, I can sell it. And I've got no fucking clue. What it actually is. If you can't post a photo Instagram had day you try and manage someone. Yeah that. Yeah. It's funny that isn't it? Well, you say that a law on Instagram we get that every now and then, like, PR people falling off, that manage the sorts of PayPal and. Yeah. It's very few and far between the people who fully on the stand. The medium. Yeah. And, and, you know, like I said, anyone can pick up the phone and call up a venue and, and book book it. If you've got the money to throw the deposit down, or whatever Al thing, is it really is all about. How do we make these people? Enjoy the content in whatever medium, these guys are posting. But it's also the fact that you've had the experience as Josh Wade, and Connie and, and these characters that you've credited online in your iron rod, so just going to that point, you have had experience for a lot of people done. I'll put say the all, I guess, I wouldn't say it was a it was a mistake. You know, I didn't know that. That's where it was gonna lead me. And, you know, I'm, I'm very lucky that, you know, salmon I met, and that this is where this is where it was always meant to meant to go, yum. You said that for what I'm going to be said that for wall that you wanted to, to help on the talent help on the pavement, Mike themselves. Well, salmon. I just. Get to live vicariously through, there's a lot of you know, there's a lot of comedians that say shit that I was like I would never say that. But I love that you can do it for me. Yeah. So that's the fun part of it is everyone, you know, you working with all these different. People, you know, and then all these people have different ideas and everyone wants different things. And for us, it's like how do you how do you make that? How do you make it happen for them? What do you tell? Like if you had said of the audience, this is what verve is, you know, network in time meant calm, merch. What how do you explain it to people, you know, if he's sitting on the airplane and someone I'll see what do you do? I think the way I look at it like where the virgin of entertainment virgin, the holding companies just virgin, but I've got a lot of other things on the eighth. Obviously, virgin is I think it's quite jumbled because it's all over the place. It's just a general holding company, but we are we are essentially the virgin of entertainment way any business that falls on the entertainment. We will have 'em in. We see that we fit into the perfect access between entertainment and technology. And I think that's what the world's going. I think we see it with Netflix. With all. Those different things. So, you know that that's where we're night eve. That's, that's a harm Winona Winona business that went from one medium, and then we're transitioning into the digital age. And you know, this is where we started so Farrah's. It's exciting because it means that, well, at least with the digital side of things we've got at least a good thirty forty years in the bag that, that's, that's where it's going to be so. Yeah. And the bulk of what you do at the moment is managing talent doing events doing much for that, for that talent is well, some content as well. Yes. So we, we have our first couple of specials coming out, fairly soon that we've produced selves, and we've got a great team just about to launch a new a new company. Verve pictures, okay. And people will, I mean the, the exciting pot for us with that is, is because a lot of these guys, they haven't been on TV. They haven't had radio Tom. They haven't had those sorts of, you know, boxes t- it's very hard for them to get funding. And it's very hard for them to do anything the way that people, you know, I think you have to do it, and I don't think anyone's done it wrought, and I think that we, we have done it. Right. And I think that very soon people will look at it and go nice. But that's, that's cool. There's going to be probably people that think it's shit and whatever, you know, fucking do bet on and we'll see how we go about. Yeah. We, we really wanna get into that long form content creation. And that, and that's where we see the, the mediums going, and finding out ways that we can produce that ourselves and with the talent so that they can. Continue to build different revenue streams for themselves. We, we've always referred to ourselves not as talent manages, but as business partners with these people, you know, each talent is a different brand, it's like, Starbucks. And, you know, we have a percentage in that stole the that we, you know, we have an obligation to fulfill and that percentage only becomes better if, if they have more revenue streams, and, and they treat it like a business. So what works for us is working with people that, that can also treat themselves as a business run, because we've only go to percentage in it. We are not in the whole thing. You know. And, and so you obviously, you've been doing a lot of live events. He despite about the pictures. What are you most excited about over the next year? Like a what are you looking at, in particular is at that point you made about the specials is it? I think that's going to be a big one. Yeah. We're trying to revolutionize the way that consumers. Consume long form content and how credits can actually make money from it. Yeah. I think because I mean and and this came about. Back back when I was doing comedy. I was never the best comedian at all. But one of the better ones crack. There were so many ideas and things that I wanted to do, but the constant chat with management, and all those different things was okay. Well, we can try and take it hero. Then funding it, and it was this constant like it was out of my control. And again, that's a real pet peeve. Someone comes to you comedian comes to you and says, I want to do this water bottle often happened is the item say a Kyle reach out to channel nine channel seven water take the is dry. Yes, can get. They've gotta funding thing, coming up for YouTube is with Google and like. Mary, yes. And, and you end up sitting around just waiting for it, and it never comes it'll never come. And it's been like that for a long time as well, only ever been like, and it's been like that with, with television as well the cool pot about obviously digital content is and, and where it's going. You know, you look at people that Joe Rogan and Kristalina and all these other comedians, and that, that have the podcast that they have, they live events. You know, Joe's doing the UFC at fee fact, you know, he's crossing all these different voted because of pop culture. Now I mean, if people could understand how much money that guy's making, I think people would be sick because he owns all the IP to everything he owns all of that. And you know, when that guy can do you know a hundred and fifty dollars. He gets two hundred dollars tickets at five thousand seats back to back ten thousand seats.

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"josh wade" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

13:07 min | 3 years ago

"josh wade" Discussed on Uncommon

"Josh Sam, thanks for having us. Thanks coming in. Has has the international company fest pain? It's good. Very good. Let's longtime, but it's good fun. You guys bay Danny Philip three weeks, right? Yeah. Something like that. Yeah. It's, it's definitely being, you know, we, we have a little sanctuary in the office, and, and I liked that that's why don't do also to be to be back in. It is, is fun. But where we're creatures of routine as well. Early. Yeah. Yeah, my mom, and she said, I was always like a happy kid waking up in the morning. It was never I mean through high school. I just didn't wake up but, but I was a morning person when I got up, I wasn't grouchy or anything I was always an and like, you know, I'll always open the door and either sound will be whacking. Wonderful be awaken. We'll say something stupid. Do each other's walk in. That's every that. I so. Yeah. Do you guys get in the office and only? Okay. Yeah, I've for the last few years, I progressively got worse. At waking up early. I wake up when you in the office at the moment, but I've gotten a lot better at having a routine. I think that was it is like I didn't have, like, you know, ASO my guess about a morning, routine in evening routine. But I'll go lazy on my own. We always just staying up white who light. But then again, it's also bane, the fact that because we've been doing all this stuff, you sort of just have to work in sign outs. Yeah, we we'll go in I but we, it's pretty common that we went leave until light. Thirty nine seven days away with for the last two weeks. Like it's just being obviously with the comedy festival in all all of these orange just going through time in the business as of Monday. So, yeah, it's been like one I am not for lost two three weeks dry and you been does. I mean yeah Yeah. we. We I was saying this to Sam Elliott, like know Al free time for us cells. Let try and feeding a route chain with to the GMO doing something like that is yet from eight thirty nine o'clock and not until PM and I, I am in the morning. But like the thing is we. So I like either in the way that I think, if I go to the gym early in the morning like five thirty or something shower, they come to work, or gar really light and have an early not that not or guy really light and not and get to sleep in until seven charge on the gym early on. It's not for me. I just cannot do it really. I have to, you know, like you just don't have the energy at that time of the day. I just. Yeah, I just can't do it. It's just it's back and forth for me. Yeah, it's like do you have enough energy in the morning to get the momentum Ori so tied kind of MAs? Yeah. I just can't do that. Yeah. But not time. I've only energy in the world, see that's been the biggest thing for me is like I've got my mom. It's Adam as soon as it goes off a Maleta, look, my phone in bed because that is a bad Q. You start getting super lazy a half to I can only snooze at one. Once and my partner has absolute privileged, privileged to come in and just been all the block because you just need to get like light on your slate with the blinds, open them, really. Yeah. Wow. That's, that's how I wake up. That's interesting. I don't know if I could do that. I don't know. I do. I mean, the thing is outside my window, this quite a lot of palm trees in that sorts. It's Docker, godless. Yeah. Lot, my bedroom a hide. It actually hate the time that I'm in my room, align sort of. Yeah, because it's just a locked the hustle. And bustle of Abdollah you like social contact yet. But at the same time, I dying of what I like I just like I like doing what I do. But going to sleep. That's all I wanna do my room, just go to sleep. And then get up. And then that's it. Yeah. And it's very, very common that I'll just walk straight in the door and just walk straight. My rooms and straight to bed dot com to that anytime to pow down added the two of you, mate. So actually met, Georgia shy. A TGI off in like you mentioned this to me. I don't know if it was on a previous episode totally. Yeah. So you met at a shark on the Gold Coast, I've lived in the Gulf Coast for, like fifteen years. And hell. How long ago was it like to threes ago probably probably close to three years ago? Yep. Yep. Yep. And where did this idea like where did you've met each other waited, the, the friendship guy from there to the point that you like? All right. Let's start talent agency to. It took a little bit time. We talked on just like messenger for a while. And then we met up totally like he was still on tour. So like two months later, he came back, and then we just met up. But I think we both knew like. We had something like we when we talked, we always talked about business, nothing really else. We always knew that something was gonna come about which didn't really know what. Yeah. Until about a year Lyda. Yeah. Yeah. We, we were just friends and like there was this something. I'm I don't know how to sort of explain it but I feel like I've got good intuition. And have a good signal on PayPal, in that in the for some reason, I I'd meet so many people out, just doing my, my thing in my stick, but there was something important about Sam. I didn't know what it was. But it was a the something about you that there's a reason that I've met you for some reason here at this moment. And, and, and that's why we stayed in contact became friends. And then yeah. I mean, like like I said, there was probably this one time that same invited me to go to some polo thing. And it was just to go have drinks and collect fuck ads and typical go goes. Yeah. Yeah. And we went to this thing and, and San Mateo me. These different ideas that he had for things, and I'd might may super excited because at that time as well. I was really probably disillusioned, I guess, with what I was doing. And, and sort of either art already had a really good. Listen and experiencing. If I put my mind to something, and I say, I'm going to do it, and then every day I'd do it. I get it. So I was sort of in this weird phase rose. Well, maybe I aimed to low, maybe like if if that's all it takes. If the blueprint is just wake-up Cy indu-, then what should I do next that Powell like almost felt like it was fucking Mathilde? So I guess you know we, we just keep having conversations. And then one day we went to a no probably just a fraud, and there was nothing on. And we'll just like do you wanna go? Grab a drink or something. And we'll yeah. Okay. So we went into broad beach, and just had a drink. And, and I was sort of already floating with the idea, I started this slide. Little marketing thing cold anarchist, which were the idea with. Yeah. Real fucking great. But the I- the idea of it was all year. We're going to be like a we're going to break the barrier. We're gonna cool is some sort of lock anarchy in this space and do things differently and didn't really work had made a couple of documents and stuff like that. But wasn't really gonna. So it was like a bit of one trip. Unerring in a way. Playing on house. You know, not not really. I was just trying. I was just trying different things. I did that for years. You know you do all everyone knows it food a website Inc. Documents all that sort of stuff, and, and then just just didn't do anything. And, and yes, I just said to Sam. Hi, this is I know that you want to do something on now. I want to do something. We both not really show what it is yet. But that was probably the gist of the conversation, I guess it was. And literally, we went awry will let's do something. And literally the next day we both met up a cafe downstairs from my place, and we went on Google, and we started to look at just different not names. We'll just trying to find what are we going to call it? And we didn't know what we will call him what it was like having a child, that we didn't was non binary that point. And we found eventually after probably two hours we found. The would verve and which is means, like Viga Gusta, which was sort of playing back into that thing before we will we'll yeah. That's, that's what we've got. We've got hot. We've got desire and, and where the fun part of it is, we're going to go in and play against the chess masters, and they think we don't know anything so that, that's sort of what the fun part of the whole whole experiences. So, yeah, that's sort of how we met. And from the Stott we like I said, we didn't know what we wanted to do. It's definitely from the very stunt like where did the idea of the talent agency, come from? We had you already been doing stuff for papal. No. So, so the way that it started was for about a year, even before this, a an outside, this is probably about. A year and three quarters ago we will just working from cafes for, like, seven eight non probably ten months, just literally every single day going to cafes and we'd sit in one cafe for four or five hours a key Cassatt, we go to the next one and just and we were just coming up with different ideas for in a different TV show IP's that we could, you know, try and sell to people because I knew a couple of people that worked in TV, and that, and, and we're always looking at the Simon cow business model of, you know, create an IP sell that IP everywhere. And you know, we've we understand the social space, you know, salmon. I both consumers of that medium. We understand it inherently, it's not something that we've ever learned. It's just what we know. And then we will we'll how do we might money from it. We're just constantly running around trying to get investors, and, and we realized that, that was the biggest mistake that so many people make was, whether it was an act by D that we had, which we had plenty of those we'd built them and whatnot. Or, you know, a TV show idea or a web. Series, ideal something. The problem that we had, and, and this is comes back to the Athos in the core of what we do is it was out of our control. And that's the worst thing for an entrepreneur, anyone that wants to do something is to not be able to grab it, by the bulls and make this, you know, I didn't want to have someone say yes to me. That's why I became a comedian the first place anyway, because I was like well fuck, I can say whatever the fuck. I want in. It's my yeah, it's my gig. So you've wanted something that didn't requi- insane amounts of capital United engineering hours or, you know, you something that you could do with this skill set the currently add. Yeah. All all it required was a good understanding and, and going back to the name, which was having gusto, and it'd be a hard. And, and. And working for other people. I mean we, we sit in a really cool area where we both. What will our whole thing is, you know, we don't have to worry about investors or anything like that, because a whole thing is just pleasing. The Incan Schumer. I mean, you please Dan consume. You'll always win, whether it's selling tickets for live events. Whether it's merchandise whether it's, you know, the online content, what it whatever it is the whole idea of it is to find a way for the people that we work with to have to give the best experience to their they can shoot. That's the only way that we win, you know, money will come and go and whatnot and people have their pigs and flows in, in the detainment industry. That's easy. Anyone can deal with that anyone can pick up the phone call up a venue and say, hey, can we book this at this time they're not talents? And I think a lot of people think they are Al major strength is, I think we just understand people. We have a very good understanding of why people do the things that they do. And, and I guess that probably. It comes back to I have had interesting upbringings way we've had to understand people that are older than us. And, you know, we became men, a lot quicker than became adults a lot quicker than other people, I think back to the, the investment points. Like, you know, the people with the money are all the people. And we just came to conclusion that these people have absolutely no idea what we're trying to do. They don't understand it. So if we would have bringing money from other other people, they have different visions on us, and we never wanted Alvin to be damaged by anyone else for any reason. So that's why we just went fuck it. Let's do it selves..

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"josh wade" Discussed on 710 WOR

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"josh wade" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Got an Alice Stockton Rosetti exclusive coming up, you know, she was in Clifton New Jersey this time yesterday Michael about that guy who had all of these mannequins and very skimpily club there. Well, they playboy eastern anyway Easter bunny hopping and Natalie now, they was telling us how she's out there again today. And well now that he doesn't want to give it away. We'll we'll let Alice tell us what she got anyway. But yesterday when Alice was there, you heard what the neighbor said this gusting? Yeah. It was we had a we had a neighbor. Call up today. We really wasn't that bad. But it really isn't in Severi religious holiday. Yeah. That's really from that standpoint. It's not exactly kosher. But our big three stories this morning, kosher. It's a Christian now. You're sure quick study. You know, right about a force there. Our but you found the Easter egg. Congratulations. Our big three. The mayor declares a measles health emergency. Get vaccinated or get fine. Aiming at four zip codes in Brooklyn, mainly Jewish community. Also in the big three two bodies in the Michigan believed to be that of the missing mount Vernon couple. It may have been a car accident plunging into the ocean. Or there may be more to it. We shall find out. But it appears to be the two of them rounding out the big three attorney general William bar returns to capital today. He said yesterday he will release redacted version of the Muller report next week. He refuses to say if he's been in contact with the White House over four page summary report. But the Joe and Michael are so excited because apparently he is going to initiate an investigation and to how this whole Russian things starting and how they are deep state was out to get Trump and the phony dossier in the phony Josh Wade, low this is great. This is gonna be great. That's where you're going to find the real collusion that it was among some of the security branches of our government that were spying on Trump. Okay. And that is going to really share of your faith. Of course, of course, come can answer one simple question. But why if they were really out to get Trump that they not announced they were investigating Russia's announced? They were investigating Hillary. They didn't have anything they will much farther along investigations in the Trump, and you still could've announced on the scale flimsy evidence. And nothing could have said they would estimating Russia and put their thumb on if they were really out to get him from the deep state. Why didn't they do that? They were they were waiting till. They got something they could lead to the New York Times, and they never gotten to keep believing. Hey Alice Stockton row seed, Clifton New Jersey. So so the background is the mannequins are up yesterday these Easter bunny scantily clad mannequins, and then a neighbor comes over and smashes them all down, they're all lying on the ground. So we sent Alice to check it out. So let's. Doing there. This morning Alice. Today we have fences orange tape. Reading danger do not enter in front of Wayne Gandhi's house where the bunnies once stood do not enter private property signs of gone up. The funnies may have been carrying Easter baskets. But they were tribute to Hugh Hefner who would have been ninety three yesterday, April, ninth all. Breaking news people. I caught Hannah taken her teenage kids to school, and I asked her house he thought about her neighbor, ripping down the bunnies because she didn't want her teenage son to see that every day..

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