18 Burst results for "Joyo"

The Why Nots of Starting Another Podcast in 2021

Deadset Podcasting

04:13 min | 9 months ago

The Why Nots of Starting Another Podcast in 2021

"We're talking about the one noughts of starting yet. Another podcast something. We've all thought probably bad in the past at some point. If you coming into starving you e- you might be thinking. All is now the time to release that other show that i've been planning on their awesome reasons to do that. Which we covered. I think now two episodes ago. Today i just a few reasons. Why maybe it's not a great idea. Either right now. Ole maybe not such a great idea at all so this is going to be pretty rapid fire at least is rapid fars moi condo. Low energy delivery can get say here. We go number one. Don't start another podcast. If you're already struggling to find the time to produce edit release and promote your current shy so if this other show you're planning on creating is to replace your current shire and the plan is to transition away from your current chart and only the new shire then go for it. That san super cool. But if you're planning to do by showers and you're hoping to keep your current show at the same level of quality daren't stott another shower or at the very least daren't stop that other shirt yet your current shar manageable coming out on tom consistent in quality. And if there's something bad that's noting joyo or you're starting to find something about it. Stressful analyze those and try to turn that around first before you put the stress of yet another hall. Production on top of your current podcast. So number two. The other podcast. The next broadcast the additional podcast. It's in a fashionable nash. Ole subs owner. So you as a person don't have a lot of interest in the actual subject. You're just doing it because you think that there's an audience there and you want to jump on the bandwagon unless it's something you truly care about also about say something else unless it's something you truly care about daren't stott another shy just because the genre of show is popular does tend to be the tops of genres to get very crowded very quickly and they conned of. I need to be there to kind of showers or fear of missing out conned of shows. So not good for anybody number three you'll copying the kore- of someone in podcasting or in media that has a bigger profile than you do. And i started a second shirt about x. So you don't necessarily need to stop a schaub at the same topic. What you're doing is copying the fact that they have more than one. Shar your favorite podcast dot to solid projects and and now the show is completely different and suddenly. You're planning to go from one podcast which you've managed to make good. And hopefully it's good gotcha. Full attention to potentially four different shows are avant darned day that people. I've done that to be honest. I've done all these things in the last eight to nine years and that came down to a little bit of fear of missing at a little bit of copying people that were bigger in podcasting but also there were times where having two shows three shows was great like it is now me where i have a more realistic relational etc. Full the hull collection. There were times where it worked. Really well and tom's were really really didn't and my mind shall at the time suffered so today's not a bet stealing mutual fund. No telling you not to do something i mean. We did a whole episode on why you should start a second shy this really legitimate reasons for getting out there and starting mold one podcast but to some today. If you don't have the tom or racehorses to do a good job of a second show oh maintain the quality of your current shy and annual. You're not actually interested in the topic. You just feel like you have to be in this other genre is well neither those pass muster when it comes to producing a second show

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"joyo" Discussed on Desk to Quest

Desk to Quest

04:00 min | 11 months ago

"joyo" Discussed on Desk to Quest

"Your often your own biggest barrier and so you know taking making the first staff i guess just take one step like get moving in the right direction and you might see a whole slew of other opportunities open up for you so i appreciate you sharing that and you have any questions for me. I know it's all good. I just i. I realized that the lost episodes that Joyo was like. Hey i'm gonna ask you some questions now but And we talked a little bit about kind of what the mission of the podcast is. So i thought that was valuable but no i guess like i guess during back to us link like is there something in your life that like you really wanna do. But you're i don't know hesitant to do it or it's like i guess this podcast is probably like you went for this and that's pretty sweet. Yeah no i feel like. I've been in similar experiences before in my life where it's like. You're trying to find some direction in terms of where you wanna go whether that's professional or with your hobbies all that kind of stuff and historically what i found really helpful was In speaking about my professional life was. I've pretty much just got a hold of as many people as i possibly could and i was like let's go for coffee. Let's go for lunch. I just wanna hear about what you do Like how you feel about it. If if it's if it's been a good fit for you etc and i think that's been helpful in terms of me finding jobs that are more meaningful to me. And so what i love about this podcast is. It's kind of like an opportunity for me to go out and eat a whole bunch of other people and get understand their lives and kind of what their passions are and their motivations. And i'm able to share that with other people to Through the podcast medium..

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"joyo" Discussed on The JRPG Report

The JRPG Report

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"joyo" Discussed on The JRPG Report

"They did a professional job with that game. I can't say enough about how? Job They did I mean it just it's great and that's not i. mean that's not just your opinion that is pretty universal the claim for Geo from their work, and that's why they were allowed to do the second one as well and. It's not like in America's done the the greatest job of all time y. then we need to do that. Again I guess the voice overs would need to be done and but just take that translation and do the voice over and cut it in half right? That's seems like the smart thing to do. Yeah I know, yeah, I don't I don't know why they wouldn't do that i. mean something that scares me about. Geo Front second game though the trails. Is that. the accessibility of the actual original game like for zero. You can buy the original Japanese game a totally legitimately on Japanese say but apparently, you can't. Or as you're like, they said on the GOP front sight, it's only available on Joyo land as a site. It's a Chinese site and Apparently there's some things in it like right now. But if you try to install like mess of your computer until they get it sorted out so they said you can buy it now but do not install it till we get the patch, earn it out. So it just come back steered me about a little bit that sounds extremely scary Yeah you. You're dealing with dabbling things from Chinese websites that's going to be a risky to say the least. Yes I just wasn't. That's was also sooner another uncertain teaming they said they're working on getting that figured out. So it's accessible and they can just follow the steps to do it but still I was like I think I'm just going to try to play this now. Yeah. That's seems like the right move. Wasn't risky against. There's always risk involved. That's just the way. Way these things go. So I think we've done a pretty good job of selling this one. If if people aren't sold on pledge of heroes by now, I don't know what else we could say to be quite frank. I know. It's like if you ever read like a long series of books, you just have to see like you know go to the next book. It's kind like that you just in this in this other world and really really in it like I think compared to other our bridges. Really, put you in a he'd get really invested and I think that's one of its strengths. I I don't think it's like any other series though 'cause you know with final fancies dragon quest's personas. They have certain elements that are same, but we're talking about one continuous connected story with like minded. Yeah. Why Nothing else is like that like you're lucky if you get a sequel. That has the same characters energy now, like we talked about with the zillion earlier, but this is such a big giant game and we know it continues on past.

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"joyo" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"joyo" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Avenue and I for westbound slow put you two seventy five Alex Brophy newsradio WFLA for a long stretch of warm and mostly dry weather is under way across the Tampa area with Sunday's high temperatures back in the upper seventies the warming trend continues right on into start the work week tonight will be near sixty degrees Monday afternoon we may see a few more clouds in the sky but high temperature will still top out near eighty one and that's where those highs will stay through Thursday until our next week cold front arrives on Friday Valentine's day with just a twenty percent chance for a few scattered showers I news channel eight meteorologist Amanda Holly news radio WFLA streaming on your Amazon echo and over two thousand devices via the I heart radio at and you're listening to rush's week in review welcome back greetings Joyo once again music lovers thrill seekers conversationalist everywhere all across the fruited plain rush well here executing a sign hostilities flawlessly zero thanks some of the numbers eight hundred two eight two two eight eight true in the email address L. rush.

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"joyo" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

08:47 min | 1 year ago

"joyo" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Nick the Joyo on seven twenty W. G. and live in the skyline studio we continue with the show that's a triple play Thursday Olivia Newton John and that of course is a song from grease a wildly wildly popular song from grease and I remember the summer of nineteen seventy eight when Greece came out was such a huge hit huge you know and Travolta coming off the Saturday night fever there was a big time for Travolta I'll tell you that eight it's Victor Julia here continuing and townhouses producing we want to hear from you it's three one two nine eight one seven two hundred with talk text we're talking about idiotic in dangerous internet fans and stunts that real people really did just so they can get on the internet really dangerous really stupid stuff so eight one fi we got some texts are coming in and if you want to join us via text or talk it's three one two nine eight one seven two hundred eight one five says was there a cinnamon ingesting challenge yes like that people put a spoonful of cinnamon if you think its wallet in the end up coughing up you know cinnamon power or throwing up I'm a four seven says Nick remember the Chuck chubby bunny challenge with marshmallows reminding with that is so chubby bunny was you try to fit as many marshals in your mouth and say chubby bunny and you know you could really mess up your mouth like started choking up choke yeah yeah but yeah the idea is to get a hundred marshmallows your mouth and say chubby bunny so stupid so stupid is it because to be isn't visit does it happen commonly after somebody sees the blue man group yeah someone needs to talk to these blue man group jokers tell them the fight a society but by the by the way those aren't real marshmallows that they're using now I'm on the in that show what is the using it's like a soft it's like a it's like a just something dissolve yeah that's something that you can stick into your mouth without worrying about it it's it's it's it's not a real marshmallow it's a stage prop that they use in the show there's a lot of fake stuff in blue blue man group it's a loose way are you tell me they're not actually blue they're not all my god do you know that you have to be a certain weight and height in order to audition for women group it makes sense because you have to look uniforms yeah you have to look the same yeah because the three guys that started it got here is it still puts the plan here right yeah aperture deter yeah yeah I've seen it three times I love it I love it you think it's great I saw it opening night when it first opened here back in what is it early nineties maybe somewhere on there I was blown away by now I just thought it was unbelievable Herschel's all the time on TV as a kid and then I and then because I saw the first time I ever saw him they were on they were on with Leno I'm a tonight show and I'd never seen anything like it I I remember was with I was with my my my my my late buddy Joe Hey listen what the hell happened after their first album yeah Jordan a fellow and we both like what the hell is this and then the show the actual show is beyond great yeah and they change it now you know it's been playing there for a long time but they do new but they they they do new stuff yeah they change the show yeah I mean at least what twenty five years probably got it has to be the mid nineties I want to say yeah ninety three ninety four yeah because I was born in ninety three and I eat so I have vivid memories of like on nineteen ninety nine seeing commercials for it was a huge hit Fred Armisen played and yet he did a backing band yes he did now I'm all right now we're getting back to these stupid stunts that we were doing the reason why we mentioned blue man group for people like well how did they get on the subject of polemic because they do a bit where they throw what looks like marshmallows into their mouth yeah as many marshmallows then get in their mouths that's a stock that they do but it's not real March down real Marshman so that's why I thought maybe these idiots went to go see blue man group and went all I'm gonna do with these guys doing stuff as many marshmallows in my mouth as I can what was it called chubby bunny chubby bunny okay I know what is yes there is a condom over someone's head apparently most of these insane internet challenges involve an individual freely looking for someone else to there to help them put themselves in grave danger all for a laugh no less the next challenger talking about is the condom challenge yes you read that correctly the condom challenge supposedly there was a lesser known condom challenge in two thousand thirteen where people were snorting condoms up their noses at which seriously who even knew that you can do that but the more recent condom challenge that had the internet going crazy was people filling condoms with water and then dropping them over people's heads so yeah that that became an actual thing to envelop ones heads in a latex bubble filled with water and god knows for what reason so take a deep breath and think about that one for a moment they say man yes more texts coming in here about stupid idiotic stance I'm seven await says look at Jack as some people copy that stuff deteriorating our our society don't blame jackass I mean if people are stupid enough to try doing something that they do on jackass then they're idiots I mean the show is called jackass the why the show is called jackass don't do those stunts what those idiots do on so I don't blame yeah I think I think jackass is hilarious I think jet I love jackass I love the movies I love the show I'm but I don't are you D. it listen anybody who watches jackass and then tries to do the same kind of stuff is it is a jackass and they do put the warning at the beginning at the end of every episode as they do at the beginning and end of ridiculousness because ridiculousness is all you know in it you know viral videos of people doing stupid stuff for falling in you know that kind of thing but seriously if you watch ridiculousness and you're inspired to do some of the things that you see on ridiculousness you're an idiot forty four area code says taking a shot of vodka in the I was another one what who would do that do you do you have you seen people taking voluntarily taking shots of vodka in there I in the hi well I know people that would do kind of like the reverse tequila shot what's that I think Chevy Chase does it in Malawi doesn't carry check yeah where is he he puts he snorts the salty puts the salt on his hand on his wrist we're supposed to yeah then he snorts it sucks on the lemon and throws it to keel over shoulder except what we would do that's what he does can you check yeah that it was kinda like that were you put the salt in your hand he he snored the salt squeeze the line hi and then take the shot of tequila that's ridiculous and you're just like your blind and drunk that's so stupid but yeah in caddy shack he's got Cindy Morgan over it is palatial house snorts the salt sucks on the line throws the keel over shoulder and then start to play the organ and go with to live with you I was born on June the cure for he's that's exactly what you know I forgot about yeah I was wounded licking his but you were born to rub me first then they go out to the pool I am only seen Caddyshack twice a man I've always said this is for years I've said this people of my generation who were like sixteen or fifteen when Caddyshack came out I always said this if you're in a room full of people who hopefully guys if you're in a room full of guys who are around your age and you want to break the ice quote something caddy shack and you'll get a response you okay you will absolutely get a response.

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"joyo" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"joyo" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Yeah wildcard Wednesday Nick the Joyo here we are continuing on the show this morning live in the skyline studio here until four o'clock three thirty will have in another edition of know your onions that's where Tom is a game that we played where Tom read to you a newspaper headline and you have to decide whether it's free it's real or it's from the onion which is a satirical news newspaper the the real news in the real world is so weird right now it's hard to tell so you got to know your onions and you can win prizes Blackhawks express from last night's game they lost but coach Q. was in the building and they did a nice tribute to him in the crowd really loved it so we'll play back of that three one two nine eight one seven two hundred is the phone number for talking texting while Kurt wins a who requested the Hogan's heroes has come to us from Glenn Glenn wanted to hear the Hogan's heroes theme okay all right there it is we are talking about tech commercials this is the anniversary of the airing of the classic nineteen eighty four apple commercial and it kind of ushered in this era of really doing the bigger and crazier commercials and that's we're talking about what are your favorites three one two nine eight one seven two hundred for talking text here's a Dave on WGN hi Dave well I have a least favorite up and running now and is a prime example of our advertising it that Limoux EMO okay I love the I love those commercials I love those commercials I think they're hilarious I I don't think there but I don't think they adequately explained that the tagline they're just cruelty yeah I don't know I know I think I think I think that I think those commercials are pretty funny especially the one where the drive where he says he's going to get you take a nap in the car and watched if anything happens and write the email goes nuts because of something drops out of the fog lights and lands on the hood of the car I described the great yeah it only it doesn't really sell the concept of the the insurance yeah I was just plain goofy yeah it is all right is a lot of commercial something like that I Dave thanks all right I like the Leigh movie move commercial I think they're funny when he's packing at the window because he thinks it's another email at makes me laugh and I remember the product that's another thing that made makes a kind of kind of a success is is that to its full it's for it's for liberty right yes liberty insurance at liberty insurance liberty liberty mutual liberty mutual because it's Li mu all right liberty mutual so the right into the movie me right because that but then there's just like liberty and it goes liberty liberty live JK Simmons commercials right no that's formed farmers right if a bomb but on bump bump bump bump that's the very far we are farmers bond but on **** **** **** the liberty commercials you know which one is funny it would that little have you seen the commercial with the bad actor trying to read the trying to read the copy yeah and they just a double layer of its whole areas okay guys very funny by the way to do plays that bad actor yeah he's very funny in that commercial I I think my favorite auto commercials for especially for insurance is all state may have made him and I think it's funny because most recently they brought Tina fey into it and the spokes guy may have was on thirty rock has her ex boyfriend yeah how you how you doing dummy and they and they bring in they bring that back I love the show they bring that back in the commercial the dummy exchange they bring that back in the commercial it's so good yeah so good all right in the category of weird commercials this is going to be one of the weirdest commercials ever and I got to tell you I love it it's the mountain dew puppy monkey baby do you remember the mountain dew puppy monkey baby unfortunately yes get queue find audio on that one I love that commercial I don't care what anybody says I love that commercial but I can see why people are weird it out by it I'm I just chill tonight.

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"joyo" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"joyo" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Julia show continues on Nick the Joyo time hush is the producer we're here until four I live in the skyline studio Edie's Monday so that means my dad's gonna call and tell a joke we have a very special Blackhawks express to play back from last night's victory big big night for Caner thousand points is reached yeah such a great player so we'll do that and we're now we are talking about we want to hear from you three one two nine eight one seven two hundred most controversial TV characters of all time and so we've been talking about that we want to hear from you three one two nine eight one seven two hundred talk or text here's a Roosevelt on WGN I Roosevelt thanks for taking my call yeah you know what when you were talking about controversial characters that wouldn't call this guide necessarily a character I would call a month I'm Feelin equal right put down artist and that is don Rickles member bills roles that they use your he is always invited him and he need a holiday liberal studying Martin and all those and he was absolutely correct I really liked him a lot don Rickles don Rickles was one of a kind he was great and and and the thing was he could get away with saying all this number saying that from that point I'm sorry I was gonna say because people loved him people really liked him and in real life in real life don Rickles was a sweetheart yeah eight eight you know what comes to mind when you mentioned need to head and all that Archie bunker it automatically clicked in my head and years ago before he died my my wife won tickets to go see him and Joan rivers and my wife went with her mother and my mother I mean her mother was shocked she says every other word for either one of them was yeah he goes and and Mexicans that important because this so it's not my okay because you know she had never seen them live so she was really shocked because what he wants and he he was he was holding them back make because of the yeah I guess but and lives he goes he's even you have no no no it's true it's true don Rickles man he was a legend I wrote about thank you hears I can WGN higher like because you don't you meant all right are you gonna drop the big one on yeah I can definitely see this character being controversial this guy is like the the opposite of what dexter and I just started watching this on Netflix about ten basically from in you yeah I haven't watched it yet well my god you got to check it out this guy is twisted on it it's crazy it's really crazy show yeah the office of doctor I tell you okay all right so that's you a Netflix art I can no problem okay and it's hard for me to believe the dancer gossip girls in is a crazy serial killer guy I don't know it kind of struck me as a bit of a serial killer on gossip grant Dan he turned out to be gossip girl yeah I know which I just love yeah I'm can I I'm not gonna lie the neck I'm glad that someone just like I just asked to and we'll point was like who is who is the gossip girl there I put don't you want to find out yourself now I don't I love that it stands I love the course if you go back to me no sense if you go back and look at like some of the episodes like where he is some place and then the gossip girl is someplace that you don't I mean like if they never really ironed out all of the complications that go along with the end being gossiped I don't care speaking to gossip girl we seen the trailer for the the rhythm section now old way is is it anything to do with Gaza growers just like lively's in how she just the the movie there yeah yeah okay yeah I wasn't sure if it was gonna be more costly I can't wait I can't wait so I just need to Julie here on the net to Julie show as we continue through the morning and Tom I was mostly Tom Hanks Tom Hanks is my producer I should be so lucky to be Tom Hicks we've got some texts come in and we are talking about the most controversial TV characters of all time three one two nine eight one seven two hundred text lines and phone lines are open eight four seven the character Gregory house from house M. D. played by Hugh Laurie I think that show would have been shot down had it not been for the acting genius if you Lori an intelligent caster and writers Hugh Laurie is the only actor who could play that part I totally agree with that you know it's really funny is that he's so well known for house the people forget that keep his background is in comedy the house is an amusing show but like we're talking like Hugh Laurie is like British royalty in terms of comedy like silly it like he was thinking less yeah the silly foppish care yeah and he's hilarious now though he's very very funny but that listeners correct I that house is just you just so mean I love it I don't know I don't yeah they manage to make it work and it really kind of works on the back of Hugh Laurie yeah he's great on the show is great US seven await says Michael this is Mike from a new case of how about Hank from king of the hill is Hank a controversial kill controversial I don't I think he is a little bit like Archie bunker in the sense that he says things that are you know of a very specific viewpoint I recant his his Texas upbringing he's a very you know is right because he loves propane that's the most controversial they yeah no no call no charcoal propane propane propane accessories another great show.

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"joyo" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:14 min | 1 year ago

"joyo" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Nick the Joyo here we continue on through the morning on this Wednesday morning live in the skyline studio we're here until four and then we go see we go over to visit with our friends over at Bradley place for the shoot for the WGN early morning TV news that's for four to five and then Bob surround is at five o'clock with your morning drive it's wild card Wednesday you you program all the music bombs we have a different theme every morning and this morning seem as well card Wednesday who requested the that that's coming to us from gland at Tennessee bird walk by Jack Blanchard and let's it's Jack wondered and misty Morgan okay there you go yeah so we're talking about fashion there's a new fashion thing out there you can get online at at sea which is a scarf that looks like the one of those long stupid CVS receipts that seems weird and crazy but there's been a lot of weird and crazy fashion trends over the years some of them really bad and we want to hear from you at three one two nine eight one seven two hundred send us a text I'll read it or call us three one two nine eight one seven two hundred people were right texting in to time saying that I got the the term wrong about leggings or they were leg warmers and that's right I made a mistake I thought they were called leggings but they were leg warmers that with the the they wore leggings underneath the leg warmers and this was the big aerobics craze in the eighties you know that was started with things like Flashdance and things like you know the Jane Fonda workout tapes so they they were yeah I was I was I was mistaken leg warmers so all right stupid fashion trends that some of us you know fell into and some of the most influential fashion trends will bust through some of those as well but we don't hear from you three one two nine eight one seven two hundred here is Paul on WGN I Paul eight eight a lot of the time they still feather your hair you know what I'm aside style yeah this call may just called out now okay I I think the issue is it everybody's hair was like that in the eighties yeah and you still see see people that same style sometimes yeah I I I I guess I guess I don't but I don't I don't look very closely almost all of the core worlds of the seventies yeah the big thick core rights that everyone had the unknown you walk you make this yeah I mean sorry nine jet maker make that will that whoosh sound yeah so feathered hair and corduroy is that's a good look for everybody I think yeah all right thanks have a let's see Nick nack Patty wack sends an a to F. taxed incidents in we want you to two three three one two nine eight one seven two hundred my silly fasten choice would be those ninety looking umbrella hats from the late eighties people still wear those I mean maybe not quite as often or as brazenly but people still wear those stupid umbrella hats let's see Glenn until you GNI gland Hey Maureen their credo all right what's up hi I was just going to come out on the on the lake warmers but I think they also called on my ankle socks the widest all the full look closer he also had to help the head band what band in the slight wristbands that went along with that too yeah but I think my rewards section you will open well the whole just call everyone bought into it and I still think I still don't think the the fashions of that are associated with disco are as bad as the fashions from the eighties I think the union in the eighties are worse I think the eighties are worse than disco true you know you didn't have the leisure suit it's hard but yeah yeah that was pretty bad you still are going all right so yeah no I I is seriously the eighties and I had every bad hair style you can imagine in the eighties I and every bad hair style of that but the sides were shaved close the top part was spiked up one point I had a rattail I am I am what I had a pretty good Malik there's no such thing as a pretty good mall now I had a pretty good knowledge by eighty standards at a pretty good while you go back and look at pictures of Live Aid and look at the substantial mall at the bottom has if Bano had a mullet nineteen eighty five you grew a mullet that's what you did there's a scary to think about by had a significant Molot and you know obviously want to consider one of the the coolest in sexiest and best lead singers ever in the mid eighties when you two was just at the top he had a ridiculous smile at all you gotta do is go back and look at the footage from live it just go back and look at the foot is alive it and take a look at that mullet so it was not it was not ridiculous to have a mullet in that time period that's when I had one I had one when Bano had one because I was like oh bonds got a mall it so it must be cool yeah no I I I went through all the bad all the bad hair you could possibly have in the eighties I had it was embarrassing not so then but now here's Steve on WGN hi Steve yeah we don't all right what's up your doctor about all these fashion faux pas recanted I guess the scars there that I had suppressed mentally for all these years and basically what about the the Pasha fires that the girls used to wear in the late eighties early nineties yeah the great thank thank you so hung around their neck yeah they had the pacifiers but there was also a rave thing that was that was associated that was really closely associated with with with kids who went to raves it was like you had you had to you at your glow stick you drop some easy and you put a pacifier in your mouth and and but it was I mean it was it was a it was a bit of a fashion trend but was more closely associated with with raves okay so you're talking about yet every bad air just eat I do you ever have the did you ever have the wings cut the side you're at no no I do not have wings cut in the side of my head I did have them but they know I had the feathered look I had the mall it's I had despite terror I had the the rat tail I had all the like sort of like a new wave the eighties very very very eighties M..

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"joyo" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

12:09 min | 1 year ago

"joyo" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Welcome back everybody Nick the Joyo here on seven twenty WGN we are live in the skyline studio here until for my dad's gonna call until Joe because it's a joke a joke a joke a town that's coming up a little bit later on our phone number is three one two nine eight one seven two hundred we are talking with doctor Keren Philip author of the book communication harmony she specializes in relationships and parenting and and communication and she is here back on the show Karen welcome back all right out we have a text here from someone I maybe that you maybe you can help them out not sure from the eight four seven area code it says this might be out of your guests study but my question is any tips on helping a two year old adjust to a brand new baby in the house right now it's been a week and she seems angry and sad call quality is so common unfortunately yeah a two year old goes from being the center of attention and yeah everyone's always retention and focuses on the table and then all of a sudden this honoring sixty inches the horn and set a date for or changing cars on not a baby because the baby according to the two year old and that's not an uncommon thing what we do is we have two year old and begin to get Jackson to or they close to curry but we're not sure if that's what he is is he explained a total of about eighteen and you show them baby pictures of when you die he told her the child stopped on the stand that he wants a baby and how the baby even able to do this so that in that by being a mommy and Daddy to get will be for them and he's got to include the child can you please get the bottle can you please get the down the ticket by you can you please help money or getting to balance the baby legal beagle packed the baby on the boss and the baby crying and when you're feeding the baby coming figured baby or even that he's getting a bottle in feet down with the two year old and read a story and preferably a story about a new baby coming to the horrible getting a puppy dog or something like that and clued the child not excluded when you are eighteen changing ID cutting back be trying all down can you please cost money then at the can you please pass it on the the the white can look at these Natalie Natalie Boston we read the two year old with everything and said he would I don't to have lost his card that collided I feel more inclusion with what's going on within you attention okay that sounds interesantes a good a good a good advice right there all right doctor is with us we have a phone call here's Bob on WGN hi Bob hello all right what's up much I enjoy your show Nick thank you the question is where our doctor Keren you talk about the need to live in different as far as male and female overlook isn't IT the cultural differences doesn't that develop it too I mean Erica were very independent we believe in individual Islam and an equal rights well we also have a lot of immigrants in our country which is great at it however for example like am I don't wanna stereotype burning but you get a lot of like Mexican culture they're very family orientated and they seem to be more male dominated there and then the traditional American ball CD after several generations and that changed her mind that's all for this far as parenting all right god what you're talking about the slightly different when I say that the mind is thought you could taxi taxi genetic price fixing them on that's why online price six fifty they the connection through you'll pop right and so on what you'll sort of repairing to more of a cultural difference why you get weekly Riley's being baited believes that we we having for the old from a very young age I think I can't buy it the moral standards and values a invaded from our family upbringing and elderly experience again lost which is slightly different than what I'm talking about which is the price fixing a denial of a non brain cells he doesn't matter what culture you come from all we in the world that you you are born the the genetic price fixing we being the mind and you'll pop right not sure nine activities which he sought a different from Nile to the Nile against the white with the way I used in in particular calmly okay all right thank you Christine thank you Bob have a good morning three one two nine eight one seven two hundred is the phone number so Dr you know the the holidays are not always joyful for for people are some people some people do you know do deal with depression especially are around this time of year what are some of the the techniques that you can take a you can use that maybe are you minimize the depression that will that somebody feels during the holidays well what what sort of way it way feeling down saddle depressed the bar but if we do have the sort of feeling that that come into it the we need to be checking with apple tree to first recognize understand what each week feeling and the reason that we feeling once we have an idea of the reason that's when we can take it to Q. automotive call I will reach you start feeling for instance if your family is not around you and United I'm gonna kill the law was sad because of that then you might want to volunteer or you might want to go into into the quick questions whether it be the foundation we can help deliver meals to the elderly or to to that it sits around that a disabled you know you can collect the state to help you keep your little beat to it you know on the way home if you have family conflicts the sorts of things that you don't have as much control as we need to say L. L. gold if you like as as what we we intend to do how we intend to basically not it is a family member thank you have a little bit challenging coming to our pharmacy will be worried about that another thing we can be flexible we need to understand that we will get her and we need to tolerate you think we can I'm the one guy you will have to die in nobody even something fairly important and a lot of people we struggle with that trying to see everybody trying to isis and and and be the base final dorsal normal dad and and it's very difficult we we do shaft of light to dean and I can have a wellness he stresses that something coming up we think it Khan we also need to make sure we get enough rain and down time we need to make sure we these include not just the old yeah bad David and which foods we need to be the flower back from the alcohol because accentuate everything if we do need help we are forced whether it a family meal we not need help later in after getting a hard week you know I can't make it to your place in the afternoon because with to be doing here is that I can I could come tomorrow this is where we ask that hopefully Oct understanding and flexibility even back in the old style really quite Hannah okay those are that's it that's all you know because it's it's interesting that you've you've you you you discover this out at this time of year Dr it was what is it that people are most depressed about at at this time is just out no family friends things like that hello to our it is a cross between two days to trying to usually the people more concerned with one is the fact that the lost someone very close to them yeah it might be because it takes the quickness with out it could be date the child could be the appearance of the battle see stock so that's very challenging thing you've got the the other area wait your not around your family will be not I become the human quality he how you're not gonna have been made so you feel more alarming Adil be ostracized which is when I see case if they volunteer old I I get together with another group of people and there are so many groups of people are you saying condition Facebook is filled with that if you get on a line Christmas is coming out that you will find great assign you contact your local we could be salvation army red cross cutting all nice on that you will have a conscience I will have been she can do that plenty of harmless shelters and soup kitchens wait I would love you to volunteer they can be with people hello appreciate your time and if that can help them out at the time the P. thirty days there's a lot of different things that people do expiry on the other hand what part of the city have those ones at all Michael it on talk to deal with that family member although he will take on really find difficult to tolerate it's a completely different issue would gain and how we were able to prepare out though and how are able to get through that Dio two weeks today and and how we can fight life among how we would use the arguments and and this is where the book because the teacher here the three secret words to alleviate Avery I didn't that night that I want to create these little keep and treat you can use the the things that people are around I challenge week at Christmas unfortunately yeah yeah you know if if we eat meat we're talking about communication harmony which is the the latest book by Dr Karen fill up and you know did some of the conversations that we have the difficulties in communication sometimes you get a conversation that goes off track and some people just misinterpret your words and wow how do we could clear up some some of that some of those issues Inc with communication while it is about the tree how will it end is not the words I can really the site dated the wood because it'll be listed for you for example and I can work properly because it's the way we usually so far the way we express ourselves we should not use the word we should use I go on to to reveal very scene scene about body language in our centers like just to make sure that the body language actually matches the words because sometimes that doesn't happen the body language conflicts with the words it is that it is a lot of even about lawyers including a hundred dollars per person is actually tell you the truth yeah and a lot of times we it would it be our children at Hotmail or even come out with the killing something like eighteen or not not really true I'm reading optional unlocked that create a decree you'll pop why you do not mind I cried at we can go down the wall well it and therefore you know we do provide a completely different response what value may be expecting because we just not showing forty telling us is real truth I think a lot of keep on how to to go out on a lonely to a body language actually matching they weren't confident there's a lot of information obviously John fifty pages which actually on their idea that it started knocking connection that we know what's cool about communication we could we not connecting old he we've got a university courses because of who he is ical communication axle about particularly people we we can work and and people doing PR on how to learn language styles in language state to encourage people to combine the soldier to direct.

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"joyo" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"joyo" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Fox news alert the vote delayed I'm Carmen Robert fox news after fourteen long hours of heated debate over the two articles of impeachment house Judiciary Committee chairman Jerry Nadler postpones the vote I want the members on both sides of the aisle to think about what has happened over these last two days and to search their consciences before we care so final votes Aletta Inger Republicans who called the decision to postpone outrageous and dictatorial on during the day long clashes over the articles Republicans argued president trump held up aid to Ukraine not for political favors but because he was concerned about corruption in that country Republican ranking member Doug Collins making the point that the president ask for a U. S. favor not a personal one Democrat Congress one woman from mela Java law Joyo appall countered that folks who studies also anything you read the lines they can read the transcript quit saying I want you to do me a favor is not in the transcript if they must be hard to read I guess me and gets confused when you're trying to make up facts you cannot argue things both ways you cannot say that the president was so concerned about Ukraine that he released aid which is truly release date in twenty seventeen he really stayed in twenty eighteen and then suddenly he became concerned in twenty nineteen right after vice president Biden announced that he was going to run in Britain the Conservative Party of prime minister Boris Johnson wins the country's most important election in a generation one that will likely decide the fate of brexit I want to thank the people of this country for turning out to vote in a December election but we didn't want to cold which I think is turned out to be a historic election because listening to fox.

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"joyo" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

11:05 min | 1 year ago

"joyo" Discussed on WGN Radio

"I love that welcome back everybody that the Joyo here on seven twenty WGN how are yeah we are live in the skyline studio here till four AM and then you get the live sinal cast of the WGN TV morning news our partners over at the bread the place we love to have those guys on that because until five and five o'clock see Cochran has your morning drive three one two nine eight one seven under Wednesday well card once a year what who requested that lovely theme so that is coming to us from big ed again all right thank you big good all right welcome back everybody we're talking about to your favorite music scores of all time and I'm actually going through a list of what people think are the the best course of the of the decade of this last decade next up this is an unbelievable score from a movie that sadly nobody saw Justin Herve score for first man is extra virgin Mary as was that movie I do it I can't believe the how no one went to see that film I remember seeing that at the Davis and I kind of wish I'd seen in Iraq I did I thought I I can't even imagine what that must be unbelievable is unbelievable it was it was a heartbreaking movie it's a beautiful movie it's beautiful but a heart breaking in terms of portrait of a man yeah yeah I adore adjusted Herrmann score for la la land so when I say is score first man is even better I considered a testament to the guys town his miraculous meticulous work with director Damien she sells results in a score that evokes the beauty and loneliness of grace but keeps the feet family part planted in the emotional rid of a central figure Neil Armstrong part of the brilliance of Herbert score is that its themes and motifs begin to evolve as Armstrong is NASA team move closer to getting to the moon I want to touch down not only does the frame of the film expand to evoke the already of the achievement but her to score a completely takes off while maintaining the root of those original themes introduced the beginning plus there's theremin that's always a plus do you ever see the sign that the that shows up on it's a show it's a it's a it's a sign outside like a music shop and it says Thurman for sale I never been touch hi but tell you that's how you know music geeks are around my gosh doc says it was run elders who was originally cast as the voice in full in phone booth but director didn't think he was frightening enough that's right it was Ron elder Ridgely run Elderton then they and then they hired Kiefer Sutherland six three are you code says as far as great scores go limits around and the great show the greatest showman eight one five or echo robocop in life force both excellent scores seven seven three area code how bout to be Lovell's from The Exorcist it is that you that with that and I know it's not really a specimen wasn't written for the movie Mike Oldfield re released the album tubular bells I think it was a year and a half before the excesses came out it was already out there remind me who do who did the score for robocop when my blank and it's a great score too damn that ten ten ten ten ten ten ten down to the great composer to I think you total recall you've worked with Basil pull Doris Doris Seattle Doris yeah he also did this good to great scored the best part of Conan the barbarian the Arnold movie is that score I'm your music score of all time so he says the sound of music mark from lake bluff says escape from New York wasn't a bad score well that's an understatement done done done done such a great that's such a great score eight one five says the I love the score for la la land but I believe the same composer did first man yeah we just mention that beautiful score two I agree with you la la land should have won an Oscar should have won the Oscar I was rooting for it two one seven area code Hoosiers score was great it had a lot to the movie also aliens was a great infrequently copy who did the score for aliens James Horner that's right James or the great he did you the great James for another one of those guys who has a lot of them under his belt a lot of amazing scores under his belt the best part from aliens was bishops countdown when the countdown starts from there if they got the the million jobs going so good yeah Hoosiers I can remember who did the score for that but I remember it being really good yeah so it's weird this whole lala land thing please Tom I know you know I know you love it I love it and your the the the lovely Amy go with we bonded bonded over it I realize that but there is there is a a good contingency people out there who hate it I can see someone see their point because it is kind of glorifying old Hollywood and it came out a time against other movies that box that trend it was kind of a split between people who are generally older and in the academy that like things that glorify Hollywood and yeah younger filmmakers that want to get away from it so to them it appeared that way I really think it's not about that at all it's not it's to me it's it's a tragedy of absolutely of the relationships we create our head yeah I I know it sounds kind of like middle schoolers but like though the la la land is the relationship that they have it never eggs it never really existed yeah it was just the thing I do every night I did not expect it to have such a tragic ending I I it's such a sad ending I can only to die I felt a high so for I didn't see that come in at all like it when I was blindsided by it in the first time I sort of weeping I'm I just expected to go down that route you know that all right I cried in front of all my co workers at the movie theater yeah I cried in front of all of them may look to me like I was a psycho yeah it's a it's beautiful it's a great movie all right here's bill on WGN had built hi hi yes okay I'm just like a lot of events then and now there was a seven stage also ride not fail you can't beat that yes five six I'd like to read stride shot down on that yeah the second one is going turntables kill bill one ad kill bill two who did the scores for those I think that those are more soundtrack yeah right but I think I'm off base a little bit but I just got a mention kill bill and I never watch a lot of rock group again if there were issues yeah seven eight nine there just slough yeah anyway thank you bill what I found the barriers when we find out the primary has taught Beatrice concern about five point bomb right but high tech thing right alright bill thanks thank you yeah I will say I'm pretty Sir the reserve put if you had a few tracks in there but we did do like the whole thing right okay next on the list and right absolutely completely agree with this is Hans Zimmer's score for interstellar which is insanely gorgeous even I have to give a tip of the cap on like that movie with that score is well out of this world Hans Zimmer is the man you know what you don't need another score that's that's unbelievable that he did is wet and for yet another Nolan movie his score his score for inception is unbelievable I see that's one of my favorites he's ever done and Dunkerque yeah I was mostly with the the subtle taking in the background I'm beautiful it's so yeah no he's he's one of the he's one of the best composers out there right now another score for a film set in space albeit with entirely different approach the first maniples loneliness and being on the outs in being in our space Hans Zimmer's equally brilliant interstellar drives home the alien aspect of the great beyond in every sense of the word the use of organ is a stroke of genius bringing a religious a granddaughter grandiosity to the story of a father who literally goes into the heavens to try and save humanity Zimmer's crafted many music memorable scores throughout his career but the only seller maybe his crowning achievement you know I think I am I thank you I think it's equal to one section I think it's the score for section is incredible incredible and they both fit their respective films so well yeah I'm pretty sure interstellar that organ he went to a church to record that like a hundred something year old organ yeah just give a specific sound that's what across many as I'm glad they included this John Paul for how to train your dragon the all yeah yeah it is good I love those movies great I absolutely love those movies for my money the best thing written in the entire two thousand tens is John Paul's main theme to how to train your dragon franchise first established as in the two thousand ten film it's African soaring maintaining a sense of adventure and danger while also evoking the loving friendship that serves as the heart of the film so and then finally they pick the best score of the of the of the decade is the social network by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross they win the Oscar for that they did the best phone score of the decade goes all the way back in two thousand ten but boy did the social network holed up in more ways than one filmmaker David Fincher reached out to Nine Inch Nails members Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross to try their hand at a film scoring in the result is a truly iconic piece of film music all right in a in an honorable mentions you ready for some of these honorable mentions in inception Hans Zimmer gravity Steven price life of pi Michael Dana I'm Blade Runner twenty forty nine R. Hans Zimmer and Benjamin Wallfisch Star Wars the last Gen Ike John Williams Thor Ragnarok mark Mothersbaugh inside out Michael Jia Jia Jia Chino tron legacy daft punk thank god it's so cool King Arthur legend of the sword Daniel Pemberton nope yeah yeah yeah yeah lady bird John Bryan John Bryan other go does amazing scores la la land Justin Hurvitz Jackie make a Levi hateful eight in your Marconi Carol Carter well man to Kubo in the two strings Daria Marinelli.

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"joyo" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:47 min | 2 years ago

"joyo" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Everybody make the Joyo here on seven twenty W. G. and we're live in the skyline studio on this Wednesday morning while Kurt once a year my dad always likes to participate in wild card Wednesday he likes to participate in the a few of them but I don't know what it is about wild card Wednesday that he likes we just got some he's got some weird choices he does he does I know I know what is choices this morning we obviously we hear later on we play it like as the last one because my parents are usually listening they usually was need to get around four o'clock in the could you know because they're in their seventies and that's what you do you get on that was gonna happen you need to have a four o'clock in the morning I hopefully think we still be on the shift when your in your seventies that would be great wow yeah I am all right who requested that they're living there this comment is from Steve's Alice Cooper that was Alice Cooper dance called clones parentheses we are all I do not I'm not familiar with that yet neither of my this is a different look I've I've got the music video that was planned from its a different look for Alice Cooper he does not look like himself he looks very young young yeah it's very it's odd very odd okay you know I was Cooper should've won an Oscar for prince of darkness yeah it's a great role for him in a juicy role he was fantastic he kill the guy with the bike Mr only guy with you know there's very few actors I can say in their film career they got the chance to Uncle Sam with bike yeah I it you know there by the way that movies really scary the darkness is actually cut wanna carpenter scariest movies it's a it's a it is a really under rated fell and it's very scary so I'm all right Leslie Jones who I don't find particularly funny is leaving SNL she will not be returning for this new season and that got us to thinking who were some of the worst cast members in SNL history three one two nine eight one seven two hundred for talking text will take it you will take your calls in your text who do you think was not funny as an SNL cast member three one two nine eight one seven two hundred years Beth on WGN hi Beth hi morning your honor good again as usual okay it's good for you Laura right winger lore cut linger exceeded the thing he almost told the whole shell halfway in between the anniversary she the thing about war Cutler is I think she's funny but she was not use well on the show eight I don't know I've seen or used other places I think she's I think she's I think Laura cut lingers actually funny I think she does your her stand up might be a good writer but get off the stage okay all right Beth thanks Beth does not like lower cut winner I think we're cut winners I think she's funny I don't think that you again this is one of that what an example of like no well wells and and Jenny slate Casey Wilson Casey Wilson I adore yeah I adore her so much not very funny on SNL no but she really under used on a great happy endings absolutely that one of my favorite sitcoms of the da heck decade so you know who was also under used Chris Robinson if my Christmas is the lead singer via available in the black Crowes something Robinson and then he went to Detroiters he was in Detroit Tim Robbins yeah it was easy to sketch show on on Netflix yeah I think you should leave usually he said hello yes but not on SNL no because they did not he's got a much more an archaic sense of humor like we think of SNL's pushing the limit yeah I think Tim Robinson pushes the limits of good taste in ways that I thought I'll never could yeah well I mean you know you watch what he's done supposed SNL it's great and I guess I I'm I'm like wow I can't believe that this is the same you know what is who else was under used here he was pretty good on arsenal but has since again excelled rob Riggle a whole year I love rob their goal I've interviewed rob Riggle veteran by the way yeah after nine eleven he he was him arena was just army I think he was a marine I think he was in the marine you can look it up what we end on SNL he had a few breakout moments on SNL just a few but not to compare with how funny he is now in everything that he does see him in the step brothers in that little world leader yeah he's he's also the only funny thing in a hang over he's the only funny thing hang over is the cop in the hang over when they're when only tasers account yeah I guess yes that's the bank who's his partner scene you know I don't know how to use I'll I'll find I don't expect you to have a lot of knowledge about the hangover movies because I'd be disturbed if you did you'd be shocked that was a big move I think think of where I was yeah I was a freshman in high school yeah set the master freshman was terrible they're all three of them suck except rob Riggle and I can't remember and that the the partner it was a female cop maybe somebody in somebody who know knows the movie knows but Rick it was rob real king yeah yeah so alright here Terrel and that we can go in there yeah what they did not like the last all local mom just about everything else yeah well Chris rock Chris rock is another one of these guys brilliantly funny guy one of the best standup comedians of all time who has two of the most iconic HBO specials in the history of comedy again not use well the only thing that was funny that and that he did on a consistent basis on because he was not he was not used well on SNL I didn't think he was very funny on SNL the only thing that was funny that he did was Maddox the dark side with that axe that was the only funny thing that they they they they had him do are they didn't write well for him he was stuck in the background a lot of scenes he did not jump out until we started doing stand up but of course I remember him from how much voter areas I show I am hungry all right we got a break thank you Herald yeah Chris rock not very funny on SNL but funny now so we got some protects coming in who were the un funniest who were the worst cast members on SNL history that's we're talking about we want to hear from you it's three one two nine eight one seven two hundred news is up after this.

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"joyo" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"joyo" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

"That is a central just throw caution to the wind because that's what we do. And you know, we're better for it. Yeah. Throw cash right in the trash. Don't don't don't do anything caution. Anyway, let's get into the main segment of our podcast. And that is the. And this is the media part where we find the questions from our fans or from across the internet that no one else has answered and we answer them. So we're gonna spread our wisdom into the new year. And with that Joyo would you like to read the first question? Yes. Love to so question number one is a thank western from Nick. Thank you. And his question is what should my New Year's resolution? Be high hyper brethren. I'm looking for a dope. NY resolution to start one thousand nine hundred strong. I usually haven't been able to stick to them. So I'm looking for him really good rests in a way to stick to it. Any advice? Yeah. Thank you so much, and we're so honored that you're asking us for a dope. New Year's resolution. Really good rest. Yeah. Really good res-. So you looks like you have commitment issues. Should I just go for the easy one and say commit just have you New Year's resolution being not having a New Year's resolution, then you don't that's a good one? That's a great one. Yeah. Then you can just live your life and not get any better. Well, you know, if you think about it if they're unable to stick to them, and they say that they don't want any resolutions than I think, unfortunately, they're going to have to have some resolutions because they're not gonna be able to stick to not having them. Holy fuck. Are we going to trick this guy into not having? We'll say don't have resolution then he's going to end up not sticking to not having a resolution, and then he's gonna get he's gonna learn another language. He's going to get rich and become healthier. Reverse cycle. So instead of having zero resolutions he's gonna have seventeen resolutions and he's going to become the next president without even knowing. Without even knowing the accident. He's like him. I was supposed to not ever as Lucians. Nice. If I mean. Man. You know dope resolutions if you're gonna have dope resolutions in. You're having trouble sticking to them. I would say maybe look for a different kind of dope resolution, if you know what I mean, especially the sticky kind the key sticky dope resolution, and that is in other words, Mary Jane. You know, you know, you know, if it's legal in your state, of course, or not, you know, not not curbing illegal activity or anything like that. But you know, I think that's a pretty sticky resolution if you if I say so myself, so you're just telling him to smoke massive amounts of marijuana. Hey, I'm inferring not really saying that oh got it. Okay. Okay. So just incredulous just superfluous amounts of dupe. If he does that at least is gonna forget that he wanted to have a resolution. It might build up discipline. Because if you stick to something every day that will help build your character to be able to do that type of thing for other things. So if you say I'm gonna smoke a kilo of the Christmas Kush every day for the rest of the nineteen. It will prepare you for great things. I haven't heard for this guy. Maybe he has commitment issues, but he also likes to procrastinate. So maybe he's twenty nineteen resolution should be to find a good resolution for twenty twenty the whole year. Trying to find a good resolution for the next. That's a great idea. Nice. So twenty nineteen. That's just a write off your your good. But you gotta spend it thinking of perfect twenty twenty resolutions sometime. You know, that's a good idea. You know, a watched pot never boils ten so. And that's up a couple of this. So I'm just gonna leave it at that. Yeah. I think that that's the best that we have any other additions Cal. Yeah. I think it's just good to remember that hindsight is always twenty twenty. So. Yeah..

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"joyo" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"joyo" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

"That is a central just throw caution to the wind because that's what we do. And you know, we're better for it. Yeah. Throw cash right in the trash. Don't don't don't do anything caution. Anyway, let's get into the main segment of our podcast. And that is the. And this is the media part where we find the questions from our fans or from across the internet that no one else has answered and we answer them. So we're gonna spread our wisdom into the new year. And with that Joyo would you like to read the first question? Yes. Love to so question number one is a thank western from Nick. Thank you. And his question is what should my New Year's resolution? Be high hyper brethren. I'm looking for a dope. NY resolution to start one thousand nine hundred strong. I usually haven't been able to stick to them. So I'm looking for him really good rests in a way to stick to it. Any advice? Yeah. Thank you so much, and we're so honored that you're asking us for a dope. New Year's resolution. Really good rest. Yeah. Really good res-. So you looks like you have commitment issues. Should I just go for the easy one and say commit just have you New Year's resolution being not having a New Year's resolution, then you don't that's a good one? That's a great one. Yeah. Then you can just live your life and not get any better. Well, you know, if you think about it if they're unable to stick to them, and they say that they don't want any resolutions than I think, unfortunately, they're going to have to have some resolutions because they're not gonna be able to stick to not having them. Holy fuck. Are we going to trick this guy into not having? We'll say don't have resolution then he's going to end up not sticking to not having a resolution, and then he's gonna get he's gonna learn another language. He's going to get rich and become healthier. Reverse cycle. So instead of having zero resolutions he's gonna have seventeen resolutions and he's going to become the next president without even knowing. Without even knowing the accident. He's like him. I was supposed to not ever as Lucians. Nice. If I mean. Man. You know dope resolutions if you're gonna have dope resolutions in. You're having trouble sticking to them. I would say maybe look for a different kind of dope resolution, if you know what I mean, especially the sticky kind the key sticky dope resolution, and that is in other words, Mary Jane. You know, you know, you know, if it's legal in your state, of course, or not, you know, not not curbing illegal activity or anything like that. But you know, I think that's a pretty sticky resolution if you if I say so myself, so you're just telling him to smoke massive amounts of marijuana. Hey, I'm inferring not really saying that oh got it. Okay. Okay. So just incredulous just superfluous amounts of dupe. If he does that at least is gonna forget that he wanted to have a resolution. It might build up discipline. Because if you stick to something every day that will help build your character to be able to do that type of thing for other things. So if you say I'm gonna smoke a kilo of the Christmas Kush every day for the rest of the nineteen. It will prepare you for great things. I haven't heard for this guy. Maybe he has commitment issues, but he also likes to procrastinate. So maybe he's twenty nineteen resolution should be to find a good resolution for twenty twenty the whole year. Trying to find a good resolution for the next. That's a great idea. Nice. So twenty nineteen. That's just a write off your your good. But you gotta spend it thinking of perfect twenty twenty resolutions sometime. You know, that's a good idea. You know, a watched pot never boils ten so. And that's up a couple of this. So I'm just gonna leave it at that. Yeah. I think that that's the best that we have any other additions Cal. Yeah. I think it's just good to remember that hindsight is always twenty twenty. So. Yeah..

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"joyo" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

Serious Inquiries Only

04:49 min | 3 years ago

"joyo" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

"But I thought we'd start with talking about as I said kind of visibility normalization, and I know Ari on and Robin in particular so candid in their books are on his call RN's is called talk yourself better. And I'm told it's out not quite out yet. But very soon, right and Robbins of courses, I'm a joke. And so are you which is fantastic. If not a little judgmental title feel like, you know, you don't know me. But you were right. But you know, you didn't know that you were right ahead of time. But okay. So but in those books, they're both very very candidate speak, very fascinating openly, honestly about mental health. So I thought I'd start maybe Ariane, do you do you wanna maybe go into as much or as little as you want in terms of just kind of what you've dealt with in terms of mental health, and and some of the the issues, sir. So I grew up with dad who has visit Cleveland and. Nationally abusive. He used to hit me, and my brother for the kind of flimsiest raisins, and he would threaten to hit my mom, and he was very much kind of tyre in and we will terrified of him, and he to say to mail, your revolting disgusting, and you make me sick. And then I would start crying and say why you crying I should be crying having a dilatot like year. And if I cried I was hit again. And so I grew up in fear of him. And I didn't have a good relationship with my mommy that because she kind of abled his behavior. So she was so besotted with him. So madly in love with him that whatever he did was okay. And she would apologize for minimize it and deny it and downplay it so that was really difficult and when I got to about fifteen I stopped eating, and I was referred for family housing. But it. It wasn't very helpful. Because there was a social c-a-b-a. So I would say, well, my dad's violet, and my mom would got. No, he's not he's not because she didn't want. My dad to go to prison all my brother to be taken into calf. Then I started self harming I made two suicide attempts, and I was on a selection of anti-depressants, none of which and then at age twenty four I fell into an abusive relationship, and I guess kind of unconsciously marrying, my dad's relationship with my mom, and my dad's relationship with me, and he turned violent when I was pregnant with his baby, and he hit me in the face causing my it's a blade so much that it soaks you a whole tissue. And then he held his hand over my mouth obscuring my nose and said that he would kill me and happened outside of the country. So when I go back to Britain, and I call the police they said there's nothing we can do this is outside of Awja jurisdiction. And I really wanted to keep the baby because I'd bonded with the baby. But I didn't wanna have to see him every. Weekend for the rest of my life. So that the next eighteen years, so. I had a time nation I felt very guilty before that I was for life. And I used to say, oh, you know, other women can do what they like. But I would never have an abortion. And when you guys that you become incredibly pro-choice defy anybody to guys that not come pro-choice. And I went through an awful therapy age twenty eight Iran compaign, hold of the bus campaign, which the buses and said this probably go at now start worrying Joyo life, and I received an awful hate mail, and I already had mental health problems from the attack when I was twenty four and I had generalized anxiety. I had a CD. And the hate mail received from the campaign just hit me over the edge. And I had a full-scale nervous breakdown. Didn't write Ray and a half years publicly, and but I- pregnant again and now have a beautiful seven year old delta, and I've been therapy nonstop for the last three years, and I will probably continue to be impera paid for the rest of my life. And I also got on some crazy meds and psychotics at presence and anti convulsants. And I take three every day at I probably will the rest of my life. But I'm here, and I've written a book, and I was talking to you and I survived. So. Yeah. Logan..

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"joyo" Discussed on The Starters

The Starters

03:29 min | 3 years ago

"joyo" Discussed on The Starters

"It's not ever win. Fifty right now. Got close forty nine. Yeah. I got you something. Okay. So let's talk about this. Steve Kerr admitted on Thursday that DeMarcus cousins who we all know signed a one year deal for five point three million last summer with the warriors curse said he will not be back with Golden State as he heads toward unrestricted free agency when we get to July. This is Kirk talking to the Mercury News, we made no bones about it. When we signed him. This is a one year deal, and we're not going to have money to sign them next year. So we'd like to help them win a championship and sign a Greek contract somewhere else. That's the reality. Very Frank here. I think he's saying Diaby decayed when you're on the bench and get addicted. I think he's just too right here reading into this. I mean like he got a check from a game Friday not. And I think has like come on, man. Like Joyo McCain had a bad reputation when he joined the warriors in his two years. He played a very important role for that team and rehabilitated his reputation Anthony slider. I heard him once on the radio saying in those two years not one locker room incident of javale McGee being clown or being a goose or anything like that. Whereas DaMarcus hasn't even played yet. And he's brought the wrong type of attention to the team. I think I think they've kind of just saying like I mean, just pull you head in a little bit. You don't need to be at. They're getting in the face of Scott foster when you're sitting on the bench. That's what I read into. Else? Take that from this. Yeah. I think he's speaking logistically as well because you can only give them a twenty percent raise. I do believe he'd only get six mil. Yeah. But I think if he has a great season, and they've got other contracts to consider with clay and Draymond if he's great well fan Durant Durant as well. They'll find the money for him. I mean, he can get a lot. I don't think they can find that amount of money. I it's it's it's interesting to me, if let's say, the keep the, you know, the core for the core three around if this sort of becomes commonplace. The next few years like if there's somebody who needs to rehabilitate for whatever reason, and they can just sign them on the cheap. And and they just come in for a few mill, and then get paid on the exit door because curls. So said within this interview, and we're talking to the reporters that we're nowhere close to see and cousins, he was making that clear he's doing these things and practices. But he's doing it against like guys that are assistant coaches, that's one thing to do that another obviously to do it in the NBA or even against your own teammates in practice. So he's just be a matter of fact here. He's just he's not coming back anytime soon, we got him, and we're not going to have the next year. You're right. He's got a lot. We got other guys specifically clay, and Kevin Durant that we we want to try and lock up here. But it is. It's refreshing. I guess in a way, but also weird to hear curse sort of admit this. Yeah, it's the strange part of the pelicans game. Right. Like, that's why he would be asked about it. Because DaMarcus came from the pelicans. They also asked Anthony Davis was like it's like, yeah. I hope we get them back. It's nice to see him be able to go get healthy a ring. So basically the warriors. And the pelicans are like the warriors are going to win a championship this year. So we'll just chalk this year up to whatever's happening and get back at next year. And then the other interesting part is I don't know why there's so much reporting on guys leaving their contracts at that on that specific night. But Anthony Davis scientist twenty twenty one. And he said, well, listen, I'm signed till two thousand twenty two twenty one..

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"joyo" Discussed on House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"joyo" Discussed on House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

"You'll have signs or you'll get messages or whatever the case may be like, you have to slow down to figure out. I sometimes feel like, you know what you find bliss, because we're so busy getting the kids ready for school and packing their lunches, and you know, posting on Instagram and doing our podcast and filming a TV show. Like I think that we are. We make our marriage, a priority people say, like, how do you make your marriage so successful? Well, our marriage is number one file by our children. Some people disagree with us. Some people say were crazy, but how can we raise incredible children with a solid foundation if you don't have a solid marriage. So sometimes we're just said to have like, you haven't booked a date and so long for us, even though we've been on dates, but I'm like, you need to book date for. He's like, are you kidding me? And I started to laugh and then he's like, will you go on a text me? Will you go on a date with me Thursday night? So it's so cute. But my point is, is that I realize like, yes, we go out to dinner, but like how does it to like still date? Right? But it doesn't mean I mean, our marriage is a priority like you have to really make it a priority. I mean, if there's something going on that you're not happy about everything else can really weight, I feel like, but that's our. That's that's what's important to coin. I doesn't mean that that necessarily mean is important to you or whatever, but that's just kind of how we everything else trickles from that. If our marriages integrate place than our kids won't be in a great place. Our TV show won't be a great place. You know, it goes, it's a domino affect other people that are not married, for example, or whatever. You know, there are other, it's their work or whatever. I mean in again, kind of we can backtrack to, I guess what we talked about, you know, removing the things in your life that are negative in. Unfortunately, there's some things that you have probably created by fault or default. That are negative just because we've we, as as creatures are negative were, were you know there's so much negative soft, talk, negative self talk that we'll get into. I don't know if you guys listen to start on four here in Atlanta, Jen havi posts often on Twitter and on her Instagram, kind of just these positive affirmations and things that you can say to yourself, Kelly, Jeff dollars wife, who's also star ninety four. She's always posing like we have all this negative self talk. Let's try to not do that and say something positive. I mean, that's just an example of kind of feeling more blissful, but let's get back to. Okay. So following your bliss. You guys know John Paul Joyo he is the part of John Paul Mitchell. He says, I love what I do. Our wouldn't be doing it. You know, money insecurity are very important, everyone, personal satisfaction impassioned for particular thing you do is more important and that's why it's so important. I feel like for everyone to.

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"joyo" Discussed on Stories Podcast

Stories Podcast

04:16 min | 3 years ago

"joyo" Discussed on Stories Podcast

"Enjoy the episode. The lucky drum once upon a time on the shores of Lake Victoria, there was a village of animals. There were giant elephants and slender antelopes sleek leopards and roaring lions swinging chimps and mud rolled hippos. And of course the python and the lizard. You see every year on the hottest day of the year, there would be a great feast day. All the animals would come together and celebrate eating and laughing, and watching python and lizard perform python was the best dancer. He could move his body in tight coils or long rippling waves like the sea and lizard was the best singer with a voice. So sweet and bright. They could hardly believe it came out of her scaly body. So python with dance and lizard, sing. And in between, they would play a booming drum. The drum was an artfully smooth tree, stump covered with tightly stretched tied. And one played it seemed to always find a pleasant beat. The lucky drum belong to the python, but he would share it with. Desert so they could play for each other lizard would keep a good beat while python danced and python would play backing beat for the lizard songs. One year lizard sang a song for her friend monkey, and the other animals joined in on the chorus. The mountain to the mountain monkey right up the mountain. The monkey look tie in the, oh, look tie in monkey, tie in the search bar up banana. The mountain to the mountain monkey up the mount search. Monkey found one grow and day found one grow in monkey found one grow and he found up a NAN Ma out the mountain to the mountain up the mountain. Not Joyo Joyo Joyo, joy, monkey Joyo Joyo and he that banana out the mountain, the mountain, the mountain searchable or up. After the song in the great feast day, a neighboring village went to find lizard. They liked her monkey song and drumming so much that they wanted her to come and perform for them. She, of course, agreed and promised to head over the next day lizard then went to find python. She knew he was very protective of his drum and wouldn't let her take it on a trip to the other village. So she decided to lie to her friend instead. It wasn't a very nice thing to do, but lizard was feeling very proud after being invited to perform and she was too interested in herself to worry overmuch about pythons feelings. Hello? Python. She said when she found him practicing his dance moves among the tall grass, I was wondering if I could take your drum back to my cave for a couple of days I want to practice so I can give you an even better dancing beat. Next time we perform well said the python slowly if you're only going nearby to your cave and nowhere else, I guess it's okay. The make sure. Your extra careful. Thank you. Cried lizard already. Picking up the drum. I'll take good care of it. I promise lizard took the drum and headed off to the neighboring village. Python watched her, go nervous, but trusting his friend, the lizard made it to the neighboring village and put on a show of drumming and singing for them. The animals loved it so much. They made her performance again and again, and again with every encore the lizard group prouder and prouder. And soon she thought to herself that she must be the greatest performer in all of Uganda. Meanwhile, back home three days had passed python went to find lizard to get his drum back. She wasn't in her cave under the hot rock though, and she wasn't in the shade of her favourite tree, and she wasn't by the waterfall or the shores of Lake Victoria, either the python looked all over until he ran into two chimpanzees. The mother Chen picking bugs out of her sons for and popping them into her mouth. Hello. Friends said the python. I'm looking. For lizard. Have you seen her? The mother, Jim shook her head, but the boy spoke up right away..

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