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"julio torres" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

07:01 min | 4 months ago

"julio torres" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"I love it and then what it'll be even sweeter is you do want to buy a house or something like that at some point just being able to afford it. You know that. Know what i. I will buy something when i have the money for it and then like the other piece of the puzzle is like more but i also said that i don't wanna do commercials right now. I know the hell. Am i going to get the money. If i also don't wanna like dance with any big corporation. Why wasn't yeah i. I've made my peace with that i. I'm forty two. I've done some commercials and they were really good to me but like you you know you know what the cost is and this is really what you're protecting. I remember when i was doing the trade baby voice that the talking baby for awhile. And i remember that like i did a live show with doug benson and he made this joke about the trade baby being like a black market baby or something like the sort of like dark joke about where they even get that and it was just a ref. It was pretty harmless. I it's worse. Julio get this feeling in your body like an involuntary like ono. I'm on a show where this joke is being made. And everyone's laughing. And i'm sitting there and all of my comedian instincts are like who cares. In fact the people i worked with a detroit were were cool. They probably wouldn't have cared. But i started to get really paranoid when someone starts giving you money. Even if it's lorne michaels right you had to have a little sense of like well. If i went you wouldn't do it on fallon because he has the same allegiance. You know what i mean. You start getting these. These inorganic meaning materialist. Meaning manufactured allegiances whereas you might love your mom because you love your mom now. You're kind of like what. Lauren represents this job. That got me into this. And that and that's what traders and you start to realize it's not it's not that it's like so fucked and evil but you realize that there's a game being played and now you're you're suddenly grownup and you're like an element of bar. Telling doug pleased edited out and he did but like i. It was a new experience to be like. I really need you to help me. I've kind of look i just. I just can't have e-trade into this to don't know. E-trade trades is an idea. It's a group. It's a group of buildings in a group of email addresses and like sort of become insane. People this is what you'd call maya. It's illusion it's like nothing's really happening. It's more real to be on an airplane and wonder if your neighbors and alien its ads real as me wondering if this idea is going to be mad at me but because i mean you can consume deconstruct this even further and be like. They're going take away. The thing that i do that south this thing that other people do and then they give me these legal tender that i would also isn't real but like we're dancing so many dances that it literally is insane. We're all sort of insect. Your inevitably you become your way. But i just wanted to like. I did the address thing because it was easy. It seemed funny enough and it was like money that i wanted for x. y. and z. Right right and then suddenly. You're like a wool. Now certain aspects of my life are compromised. That's what it is you you build a new room in the interior of your interior house. And then i have sponsors for this podcast like if you started talking shit about one of the sponsors. I'd probably be like well. We have to edit that out and that's the cost. That's what people mean when they talk about like selling your soul or whatever so you have to be very conscious and careful about it. But i'm not saying. I i have figured out. I'm saying it's a you staying out of the credit game and staying out of the add game might be even more than you realize like is because i'm telling you that there's a cost i yes. I will do it for as long as it feels right. It's the same being vegan right. It's like i. I have never kept myself from eating. I've never been like. Wow that stake looks really good right I wish i could have it. But i can't. Because i made a decision a while. It's like no. I actively dislike beef. Yeah yeah that's interesting. Do you not like it. Or are you opposed. Throw me out. It grosses me out flesh inside of me. Sure what about to have a corpse. It might be yeah i. That's that's the purest and quickest That's why like what about. I know some vegans that don't even like impossible burgers. 'cause they're like. I don't want to pretend. I'm eating a corpse like i'm awaking hadn't possible brokers out of curiosity and like if i'm like If i go to someone's barbecue and they made a gesture of getting impossible burger because they knew almost it'd be than i will have it but it does you'll like achey that's interesting. This is almost like flesh. I impossible burgers. Almost like flesh is great. Like that. I just i remember. I was told i actually was giving. Talk about the denial. He's he's not a vegan. He i think he eats meat but he's like in german. The word for me is the word for flesh like we don't we don't mask it we call it. We don't even call it a cow. We call it beef. That's a marketing choice right and again. It's like this american obsession with purity right. You're kicking to like corporations have to be good they. You can't just be like well. I do the bank of america thing. Because my money hustling bills somewhere. And i need a little piece of plastic carrying around cast. And that's why you know it's like no bank of america loves me and earth about and i think there and i think we we have to support bank of america. And if it's the same with. I find that it's the same with eating meat where it's like people can. It seems like people can just.

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"julio torres" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

07:38 min | 4 months ago

"julio torres" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"A disproportionate amount of these murals. Features are fat and five now. It like shorts murphy like voluptuous mirvat. While murphy do you keep an eye out for like. Do you ever get that. Feeling of like a serendipity like i keep seeing smer fat or you just like what's up with berlin and smer fats. I think i think what's up with this place in in like i. I like when a pattern like that strikes. The i can't stop thinking about it. Yeah but then later if someone with a smurfit shirt invited to a party would you be more likely to go. Because you're like prevent like follow the summer fed. Its neo follow the white rabbit like you have to keep go. I i love that the There is also a an insane amount of a guys on apps particularly tinder that have asked their profile Them in front of the vessel. The hudson yards Do you what i'm talking about. This new york red is it the the narrow building known in it or not. That's the oculus It's it's the one that looks like a beehive. It's sure it but that's that's that iconic that you should see it again and again and again on gender it's new but it's like again and again and again and again and it's like and then i kept thinking like what is it because i get sort of. I understand the type of person that does the leaning tower of pisa. Make sure i understand on personality is ride. They're playful. i feel i understand. I understand i hold tower. People out what they're about their classic there maybe romantic romantic. They want children every holiday. You're going to need to be pushed a little in progressive vassal. I'm like why. What does this say yeah. I'm a wealth. Yeah isn't that funny. Like i mean that's the whole culture of influencers is like if i'm seen it's actually the the whole culture of consumerism. If i wear a certain kind of pants or drive a certain kind of car the attributes of that brand or transferred to me they actually become an extension of my identity right so it makes sense that you're like look i'm new. I'm impressive i'm enigmatic. Like even though the person obviously may not in very well isn't any of those things. But i would like to of me as that way. That is really neat. Like the idea of like or really boring averaged person just like standing in front of a sports car being like fleet when you average the total out of everything in this picture. I hope these little yes. Please consider the car yes. Don't just grade. Chad chad and this car this car. It's so that's like glasses frames can be. I'm thinking of like. I'm not talking about style. I'm talking about like trying to buy a personality you know like or by prestige like this is. My clothes are put on pretty people right because it's lake solution. If that i'll be pretty obvious elephant. That was part of my dream last night. Was i was talking to somebody about okay so i sat down at the bar and they put down the coasters and the coasters had goose island. Ip a on it for some reason. And i looked at the coaster. And i started saying to the guy who later forgot his lines. I said. isn't it weird. That i'm more likely to order goose island. Ip because the coaster says goose. Island and. I was like if we're really honest with what's going on in our subconscious. It's not just. I saw the brand. And i wanted. That's what we think. Or i saw the brandon. It reminded me that. I like it. Okay i actually think it's much more infantile and vulnerable and childish than that i think it's like cou silent. Ip gave me this coaster. They love me like we. We don't want to admit how vulnerable we are to advertising. Everybody wants to be like it doesn't work on me but we know it does because i think it's appealing to our child like this very vulnerable sense of like goose. Ip wants me to have a place to put my drink like thank you like. It's very sweet. Excellent it's kind. You didn't think we'd be that's kind. You'll let me have the same jacket as kate upton. That's so kind. And i think the kindness it is the corporations are now all that is what they're selling. That's so funny. Yes and like the goose like your gratitude for having a place to put. Your glass is at the very least. They did provide a place for you to put the glass rides. Provide a piece of carpet for you to do that. Get really mad with like a bank of america flow on like like a gay pride parade on my supposed to think. Oh bank of america cares about me. They care about my rights. That's the whole it is so i it just so sleazy it's sleazy but it's a disturbing reminder like like we don't remember in the movie one hour photo this is where i learned that they were like we don't like red eye because it reminds us that deep down. We're just animals because it makes our eyes look like bats disturbs us. I also think it's disturbing to consider how vulnerable we are. You're taking it to the next step going. Which is what comedians do. What a lot of people do not just comedians. And you go like. That doesn't mean bank of america's pro gay or cares about me but like coca-cola cola and numerous other corporations has done a really good job at being like coca cola. Julio coca cola is christmas. It's christmas like coca cola. Christmas lake coca cola is like remember those commercials. They had just like kids. Playing soccer in africa is being so like and then they get a coca cola in an immeasurable in their lives. Or the polar bears it's just these.

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"julio torres" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

02:48 min | 4 months ago

"julio torres" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"Lov that's it pregnancy Or burn lower breakup or whatever By it's when you feel like like it's in the friends. The tv show friends universe in the attic universe where certain things mean certain things in. It's just like tropes from tv and not reelect like you know what i was thinking like the m one at one of i have somewhere in the back of mind list of tropes that only exists in media and i have never seen in realize like Like when people when someone's trying to solve something in then someone in berkeley says something has nothing to do with it in any is like they are. that's it that's right genius right right the cherry plant berries. Cherries grow in pairs. They did it together. Them yeah when in the history of humanity that this happened or when when i i'm sure it happened once in a whodunit. Aggregating somebody and they go like. I'm telling you i didn't stab him and then they go. I'd didn't say he was stabbed. Like that's the twist in like a hundred thousand things. Although i do have to think a criminal giving up information that only the person who did it new is probably happens in real life a lot but it always happens at the last moment. Dominion tara gash. There is a disproportionate amount of representation of the like happy. Dance hilarious Yes feel like there are more people celebrating something via a happy dance on film than they are in real life. That's absolutely true. That's like that's like a bollywood thing. I i feel like the west borrowed that where it was like when you watch like bridesmaids which is a great movie gearing up towards the end when wilson phillips comes out. And you're like oh everybody's gonna dance very very bollywood thing. And they're all the characters dancing but then now it's hard to find. It's not hard to find but there's so many movies that do that because it worked. And that's sort of what we're talking about movies based on other movies which are based on indian movies. Which of course are movies. But you know i it transferred to the west very interesting and then we just end very interesting goodbye very sometimes. You just got me. Sometimes i'll just say compliment. I wanted to go to the.

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"julio torres" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

01:44 min | 4 months ago

"julio torres" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"I don't think. I think we if the characters are similar emotional lays as the two protagonists in lala land. They like learn or find out about each other. The same things than bennett does would feel like you're replicating that owns a location. I love it so serving tori right. Yes yes but this movie would be a different one but yes. I love that we have to have room for both one. We don't wanna make art. That's only based on other art but we also don't wanna limit the art. We're making to only one hundred percent pure absolutely novel new experiences. They'll go on a date to a bore farm and they'll flick lit cigarettes at the boars. I'm like okay. We haven't seen that before but like kind of what you're saying the tone of what you're doing like take your movie together together. It's a movie about a couple They're not excuse me it's a guy who has a surrogate is having his baby We like a naysayer could be like. We've seen movies about people kind of getting to know each other through a pregnancy before. When i'm watching that movie i'm like this has such a unique tone. It really is kind of low fi. It's almost. I don't want to say it's like a play but it's like just a lot of scenes of people talking and getting to know each other and like real world feeling. Would you agree with that. Yeah it's like a you can't stop making movies. Several lov that's it pregnancy Or burn lower.

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"julio torres" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

03:24 min | 4 months ago

"julio torres" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"Moon and steel. And i think that there is something very american about wanting things to be wrapped up in a bow and it seems like mainstream america. America jimmy legs a binary like google that they like bad captain america punches. The bad guy having punches the bad guy and very a straightforward also bears this interest in morality as host to depicting life as it is as strange and On unresolved as as life is. because like. i'm not. I swear i'm not just saying this to agree with you. I love mirroring my guests and joining them on their frequency. But i'm so with you. That a story of a guy who has to chain himself to the earth till be drawn into the cosmos speaks to me in a level that lag. Just let's get bigger guns than the bad guys and then we'll win. It just doesn't scratch that edge yet in it's also because that is it is a very lovely metaphor or example for like desire right wanting something so badly but not giving into it with drying really hard to not give in to people can relate to anything that a lot of on of movies and tv's Replicate other movies entities to the point where it's like is this. Did this happen to anyone that wrote it or if it just stuff that we we nodded happens in tv world. Julio i'm raising my hand because i'm working on a movie script right now i have this date sequence and i was like well maybe they can go to an observatory and then a couple nights ago val and i were in the mood for something light. And we watched la la land and it had seen where they go the observatory and that i say humiliated. Meaning humbled me. I wasn't like devastated. But i was humbled going on. Why sina before. So what i'm realizing is. We're all at risk for making movies making tv making stand up making sketch making art. That's based on other art. We already mentioned warhol. Who are doing that consciously but a lot of us might do that unconsciously meaning. I almost wrote in an observatory script. Because i was going. What's in good date. And then i didn't acknowledge that i was referencing. A movie like. I didn't know so i. I asked someone who their friends Being like this business copying.

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"julio torres" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

02:03 min | 4 months ago

"julio torres" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"It's the first time. I used soom which was obviously a code situation. Yeah i'm realizing the first time you soom was for a soom rave with A march twenty twenty then very quickly. Mary quickly what what i mean. People were dancing. I mean that's not that weird. I guess my i. It was just like it was more sad than anything else. It was sort of like sorta like soon birthday parties. Weddings zoom like yes christenings or whatever it's just like there's something there was something a little over sure. Was it music like everyone was listening to the same music. Yeah there was a dj. The aren't laid not enough. People could get in me asking if i'd like. New adore guy was zoom. You needed the zoom. One has to leave. I guess it's a. It's a fire hazard. Yeah certain point. You can't have too many people in the zoom that is so funny also made me realize who were the lunatics using zoom before the pandemic because there were some. I had never heard of him. Yeah before and skype must be like i. Don't you know mad is skype right now. This kind of thing. What whatever it's more than one person..

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"julio torres" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

01:38 min | 4 months ago

"julio torres" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

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"julio torres" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

03:15 min | 4 months ago

"julio torres" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"You walk made it weird with the homes. Look what's happening weirdos. This is the incredible. Julio torres who was so fun to talk to one of those conversations. I was like i didn't know i needed that. I needed those laughs. I needed that connection. He so interesting so funny. He's also one of the stars of the new movie together together which is in select theaters. Now definitely check that out. I watched it before this interview. And i loved it vow loved it. He's also on low spooky on hbo. Which i also really really enjoyed And he was the star of his own comedy special. My favorite shapes which we talk about quite a bit in this chat. How funny and how. What i don't i don't wanna ruin it. You're going to say it's a great conversation if you love this podcast and you want to show your support We don't do patriotic donate way to directly donate to us but it definitely really helps and support the show if you try. One of the pete's pecs. I don't do ads for things that i actually use an actually love. And our pete's picks this week is liquid i-i've liquid iv hydration multiplier. You add it to water. It tastes incredible. I love the way it tastes but because of science it gives you as much hydration one. Sixteen ounce glass gives you as much. Hydration is two to three bottles of plain water. That was very useful to me. Recently as i got my second dose of vaccine everybody was saying stay. Hydrated stay hydrated say hydrated. I must have gone through a case of liquid ivy that weekend and it was a real asset to me so if you are a working out person. I'm a hiker in a sonner. As you know everybody always notices the sonnen these conversations and when you do either of those things of course you're super super dehydrated and i just shug literally chug a liquid ivy. When i'm done with bat. And i feel the life rushing back into me. Hydration is so important. I find it helpful to my creativity to my mood. Just my mobility and liquid. Ibm a wonderful secret weapon for drinkers out. There i've heard a lot of testimonials it's wonderful for hangovers. A great way to jump. Start your day clear head space and give you energy They've also donated ten million sticks to people around the world. The people that need it the most first responders people in impoverished or torn up areas of the world They are a wonderful gregarious generous company. And i'm so happy to be working with have great flavors like lemon lime cy berry passion fruit. Which is me in vows. Favourite guava watermelon. Strawberry or even apple pie contains five essential vitamins more vitamin c. than an orange and as much potassium as a banana second banana healthier than sugary sports drinks. It's just got as about as much. I'm sorry less me less sugar than apple. No artificial flavors or preservatives main with clean ingredients. it's league it's non gmo..

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"julio torres" Discussed on Ask Me Another

Ask Me Another

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"julio torres" Discussed on Ask Me Another

"He probably shouldn't be friends. I mean statistically speaking most adults don't have a single friend of a different race it happens on the next episode of NPR's coats which were talking about making a maintaining friendships across racial lines and subscribe this is NPR is asked me another Jonathan Colton. Now here's your host fear Rosenberg before the break. We met our contestants Ashley and Brett. Our next game is about bad medicine by the way laughter. After not the best medicine it goes a vaccines. Antibiotics antidepressants laughter. Let's check in with our contestants. Ashley what's your best like at home remedy. I really like vassal lean. Okay do you make your own vessel in police. Say No I do not yet okay. Good idea though. I just like to be moisturised soon. Join generally And I find it helps with that in always. Okay I'm I'm particularly partial to the teeny tiny little vacillating. I've got that one too. So 'cause so cute because they sell huge ones tiny ones got a huge one. That's weird like if you're buying that that's a little strange. But the tiny. Why so answerable you've got to moisture okay on your side now bret? What is your best home remedy for sore throat? Hot Dr Pepper with lemon juice. Wow so you try it okay so you your heating it up like in the microwave or in a pot either way okay and then how much lemon juice per can just to flavor to taste. The sore throat is gone. How soon after I mean it's not gone but it feels better?.

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"julio torres" Discussed on Ask Me Another

Ask Me Another

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"julio torres" Discussed on Ask Me Another

"A comedy slash slash romance. That's like billing silence of the lambs as a thriller slash cooking movie. Let's meet our contestants. First Step Elliot's Smith Guy. You are a high school earth science teacher Yes so and you studied Iraq's much of your life. Yeah so you can tell the difference between many kinds of minerals and rocks including you have the ability to tell the difference between fake and real diamonds. Yeah so we can talk later. Okay have you. Have you ever done that forever. And I always offer for people who are newly engaged and they're like really feeling pressure and I mean they're not my closest friends anymore Yulia when you ring in and we'll hear this. Your opponent is hope Dickens. You've lived all over twenty five different places before you turned twenty five. That's right So did you meet any cool people along the way in the short stints that who made a real impression on you at one place. My parents were in the hotel motel. Industry Okay Okay. And we lived at a resort that Jane Fonda and Ted Turner managed or owned rather and so one day. When I was eleven I got to drive around with Jane Fonda while she redecorated hotel rooms and she was redecorating hotel? She owned the place so had to fit her static. Okay and what. What do you remember from that experience? Since she was super cool she wore all black. She gave me a nickname. Oh what's your nickname. Hope Arena. Is What Chicago. Ah I love a nickname that's longer. Yeah hope when you ring in. We'll hear this Ilia and hope whoever has more points after two.

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"julio torres" Discussed on Ask Me Another

Ask Me Another

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"julio torres" Discussed on Ask Me Another

"Tour vacation two weeks of tour and then two weeks of vacation. So how was coming back to New York City. It's a boy nice. It's good neighborhoods you've rats. Well there's construction in our neighborhood. They take down a building the thousand rats that live there fan out into the neighborhoods right. They don't know where to go where to go. They're trying to find out though. Yeah I remember coming home from a vacation and walking into the door just like living one bedroom apartment but all the windows were closed and everything so when I opened the door the guest of the door opening cause to framed photos to fall onto the floor and smash and then I walked in and there was smashed glass everywhere and one giant dead water bug just being like I've been here and it was lovely until they framed photo felon. We've been amazing guests on the show tonight. Yes so excited. Comic writer actor Juror. Julio Torres will be joining us if you're not familiar with his work and you're watching Saturday night live and you find on yourself going. That was kind of weird. That was Julio tors work I mean he finds humor humor and absurdity in a lot of everyday objects like a sink that is too large or the font papyrus or the act of writing a check. He's he's kind of like an observational comic for another dimension. Like I think he would kill at a museum gift shop. Julio also has a collection of fake diamonds and unfortunately I just found out I do too we also game about real estate in the show. I have a reoccurring dream where I'm falling downstairs and I wake up in the morning going. I have stairs sad little New York orcs studio dream all right. Let's do let's play some games. Everybody let's play.

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"julio torres" Discussed on Ask Me Another

Ask Me Another

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"julio torres" Discussed on Ask Me Another

"I think that yes it is that wow so there was a thing thing that was actually reported by robert krulwich on n._p._r. So in one thousand nine hundred eighty two cartographers put a fake town on a map of new york state it was called aglow aglow and it was a way to catch plagiarists and out. You copied my map eight congratulations. Thank you yes you ashley product plus ski one asked me another rubik's cubes julio. We'll be back to play another game later in the show. Give it up for julio toro <music>. Our next game is about online shopping recommendations. Remember before the internet when jeff bezos just went door to door telling people what to buy so cute. I up ashley davis. You're a philanthropy advisor adviser and you love the musical hamilton so much that when it first came out you create a historical tour of new york based on it. So how long did it take for you to put it together. Oh it took months to put together. I had never seen the show so i i started by listening to it every day. For a couple of months and then i was able to compile where everything was taking place. Put that together some new york geography and some history research and then you have how many people have taken your tour where it was designed for somebody's birthday so it was a special treat was well. It sure was have. Have you seen the musical sense about a year later. I was lucky enough to get to see it. I gotta say the tour was better getting get arlington england. No no we're cutting that part out and just keeping what you said ashley when you bring in we'll hear this your opponent and is brett greenfield europe. Each.

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"julio torres" Discussed on Ask Me Another

Ask Me Another

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"julio torres" Discussed on Ask Me Another

"Do you know what people call this place a dumping ground a place. You wouldn't want to send your mother-in-law ilya. Is this saint elsewhere. It sure is this is your last clue. The saint of soldiers and in france is the subject of the nineteen twenty three play written by george bernard shaw which was revived on broadway in two thousand eighteen. I'm like a man with two wives. Do you want to be like a woman with two husbands. I will never take osmond. I am a soldier. Hope hope saint joan yeah. That's right all right. Guess what it is. Hi so here is your tiebreaker question. Whoever gets this goes to the final round this dog breed shares shares its name with the patron saint of snowboarding hope saint bernard yeah that's correct. After two games. I hope is going to the final round coming up. We'll be joined by julio tourists from saturday night live and the h._b._o. Show spooky his comedy. Specialists called my favorite shapes. I'll ask him how he feels about that new shape that came out last year the school toyed. I'm a fear eisenberg and this is asking me another from n._p._r. Support for n._p._r. In the following message comes from westin hotels and resorts at weston their entire reason for being is your well being which is why their wellness offerings curated.

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"julio torres" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"julio torres" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"You're listening and i was like disobey best place i've ever been this is is the greatest i would also if i were the kind of guy who created t._v. Shows be pumped to create a t._v. Show about it but it's not a show that ended up set in mexico city in fact it didn't even end up set in a particular city at all as you mentioned you. Shoot it in july but it really exists in this almost i magical world. I mean like the closest you get to to making it. Not live in a magical world of its own. Imagining is a part where <hes> <hes> fabregas character <hes> they ask her why she has that accent and she says the explanation is like oh she went to minnesota for a year and came back talking like that or something <hes> mhm and it must be it must be fun that you're getting to write one of the first ever h. B. o. shows <hes> that's primarily in spanish <hes> and that in so doing you get to write something that is so weirdly specific about something that does not even actually exist like it's not even like you're reproducing something weirdly specific imagining something this weirdly they specific yeah i mean there's there's this sort of <hes> irony right that it's like oh a show gets it's to be made in spanish by lat next people i'll wait. The show was so obtuse that it might as well be completely new yeah. There are definitely could be a version of the show. That's made an esperanto. The international love that but like honestly the show when i watch it. It reminded me the most of any time you're anytime anytime you're watching something in spanish on english language television <hes> or in a in a normal english language movie theater. You're expecting like social realism. You know what i mean and you're expecting somebody who's delivering capital and message because that's why the that's why the english speakers who program the thing that is that is what allows house <hes> a foreign work to have a seat at the table right to be a a an ambassador a say like this is actually what's been going on with me. <hes> this is a show. That's on preoccupied by that. I think or approaches it differently. The show it reminded me of was one of if my favorite <hes> television shows the last decade or so bored to death which is set in a very particular brooklyn new world but but mostly it's just a the thing that was always distinctive about it to me is that jonathan ames the creator of the show <hes> ooh. I like very much personally. He's he's been a guest on this. Show is a good smart. Man is a weirdo <hes> who has his own way of seeing the world one hundred percent and it's amazing to me that they let them make a t._v. Show show that so reflected his own weird way of seeing the world and it's so rare that you get to see anything on television that feels like it comes from from someone's individual voice that is not one that you would not an individual voice that you would expect like this this odd show. I love love it yeah it. It is an art show yeah. Do you actually yourself love spooky things. No i am very easily scared word. <hes> i like the eerie i like <hes> <unk> eccentric people i <hes> i'm i'm attracted to the the strange and the mysterious so i think that is sort of that. I approached quote.

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"julio torres" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"julio torres" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"Be why women are underwritten in timber movies because timber is clearly terrified of sex. Like, the fact that cutting hair opens the door to women being turned on by him is treated as the scariest thing in the movie. Yes. Yes. Like this film is so uncomfortable about any sort of sexuality. There's also that tension of like, he's cutting their hair, and he's doing it so quickly, and they're mildly turned on by it. But oh, he like I kept thinking like, oh, he's going to hurt the right? Oh, he's going to snap a an ear. The even I feel contract feral someone has a line about like, that's the greatest thrill mine tire shot. I think. Maybe. But that becomes half of the thing is like, okay. He's a hair genius is the Cosso a hair, but be it's also the experiential thing of like, you know, it's it's like Russian roulette, I guess or something like that. He's he it's like it's like getting a close razor shave or whatever right here on the danger or something like it's a very high stakes version of like a trust fall. Sure. Like, the rush comes from the fact that you have to trust that he knows what he's doing. Because like one fall, which is inherently the tension with any hairstyle this, right, right? Cricked crabby a-. We'll be okay on my safe with you. Right. Right. But I also feel like because if it's not okay, it won't be okay. For a while. Right. But also often attention of sex. Yeah. Is this going to be comfortable? Yeah. Emotionally, physically like any of it. Yeah. You know, the movie shampoo. Yes. So good. Shampoo. Bawar beatty. Yeah. Hottie? Well, would you get your hair cut by Warren Beatty in shampoo? Edward scissor realize your hands. Door was hair styles are awesome. The cube. But in the other wars. Yeah. I'd rather just go up to Warren Beatty at a bar and asked him to touch my head. I don't wanna cutting my hair. Will you present that as an option, you warm babies obsessed with volume volume volume, I'm already a puff boy. Volume. I do like that. It is this high speed sort of frantic thing until the Dianne Wiest one which is treated as this vary. Like, this is the now he finally has a way to show his appreciation for what she's done for him and pay her back with the slick very tender percents haircut. Also thing we haven't talked about is. I love the clothes that he's given the suspenders slacks tucked in white shirt. It looked so it is such a cool design Gan, then everything goes wrong at the end, right 'cause come into minute forty even then you still kind of while she's ignoring him. She's got her boyfriend making faces at the dinner as the he's nice and their boyfriends jerk. Right, right. Anti Michael hall. You know wants to steal his dad's TV. Sure his dad like such as slimy. Disgusting. Like like American jock thing to like feel your father, right, right? Right, right. I'm scared of my own. Pointing to the old, man. But he realized it's a smart scam. Though what? Yeah. Your dad's TV, you know, I think that's a good plan and then step to where do you put it? You sell it. So go to a pawnshop, and then he gets the money. I always breaking into his own house is on. Why can you remind why he doesn't have used to his his dad has this special room? It only he has the keys to were all his fancy shit goes because he knows his son is. Like, if this character were a little more self aware he'd relate to Edward in that his right? My gender. Roadhouse, right. He's perceived as dangerous. He can't go around. Nice things. He. Yeah. But this guy said he thinks about. Given rearrange to go anywhere. He wants in that house having Scissorhands when he runs away Arkan's. Just like, hey what over there? I don't know. Walk knows it's a privilege..

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"julio torres" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"julio torres" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"I feel like it's whole vibe in his body language, and all of that my father has a very neurotic dog, and I just kept watching this. And being like, this is like scruffy. Also, also like a like a dog. So much of detention with playing with the dog is whether or not the dog will attack right, right? There's that there's whether or not the dog will lose it. And yes, because the dog has the power of really hurting you right? And not understanding how things work and getting scared lease easily everything sometimes lashing out or not understand on power. All that that sorta stuff. Yeah. But he said that ever Scissorhands was like, you know, he's due to Lur. He's a watercolour guys. Always goes a little notebook on him. And he had drawn. This just like this is how I feel when he was sixteen. It was like the original tumbler page was Burton's invented. Bumbler hair? This is. Yeah. This run of the first five films as sort of him inventing this one more than anything. This one isn't have a plot. Otherwise like, anyway, we'll keep talking keep talking. Hashtag Tf w the movie. Sure, sure, it's any of those things it's whatever you wanna say about a sad youths of the nineties crystallize. He's like I'm gonna I don't think this was what he set out to do. So suburban youth, you know, sort of right? And obviously, you know of a middle class, you know, sort of upbringing everything, but I think it was like he was like I wanna make about how I feel weird. And then he ended up making something that pretty universally spoke to just like a feeling of weirdness that people could just sort of like map onto whatever. Because the character is so otherworldly and doglike. Also a little bit. It's ever. Clearly established what exactly Edward is free rate. Yeah. I don't know that he's I mean, there's some suggestion that he's like reanimated, but it's also could have been just a guy. He's a robot experiment that on or is the only thing you see is that there's the book of Vincent Price's book. Right. You see the wind flipping through the ages in the stages of it. But you never get a sense of what his I mean. Do we do know he's like a construct some kind, but like he right food food visiting right and bleed like, right? Does he bleed? Yeah. Because he cuts himself. Any bleed. Yeah. There's a little spot of blood because that's one reason dialysis so nice to. Oh, yeah. The first time he next himself in front of her. But he he takes this drawing. I mean, he I guess he starting to set himself up and realize people might might be buying into what I'm selling goes to warn budgies. Look this trying to make movie out of it. And they're like cool. Let's put on the backburner work on Beetlejuice. And he was developing it. And and then more brothers was like, I don't know if this was like wanting can we put into this fucking thing..

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"julio torres" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

03:15 min | 3 years ago

"julio torres" Discussed on Latino USA

"I'm sort of like an exaggerated version of myself onstage. There's something I think childlike about what I do very sort of like all. I'm not going to run after the ball just I'm just gonna stand here and do what I do and be utterly inflexible in view like it. Great. And if you don't like it. Well, that'll bummy on a little bit, but you will know that I'm. I'm sorry if I seem a little bit. A little bit out of it right now. I just got my lab results back and just as every doctor suspected, I'm simply too much. It's almost like me before I became comfortable with like human interaction, which didn't come through very late in my life. Me before I felt comfortable like slouching on a couch in front of people. Why kiss Latina current. I don't know. Like I felt like just little things about communicating with people and being around people came so so late to me, you're looking around like there's something that you wanna. I'm yeah, it's like it's almost like something that I want to demonstrate, but I don't know feel like by the time I graduated high school, I was still so not used to just being relaxed around people. I was one very, very tight. So you're living the dream in happy? Yeah. Within the dream that you have achieved, what's the thing that you're like? Oh, my God pinch me. This really did just happen. What would be that that moment? You know, I don't really get that way. I seriously. Yeah, I, I guess, because I'm always thinking about like. This is good, but what's the, but but I could get hit by a truck tomorrow. No, no, no, no, no. But there's other thing I wanna do, but I want to write a movie, but I wanna run, but I wanna. Yeah. And so what's the dream right now? I don't know if it's a dream, but I have been writing a movie or starting to write the movie for a while, and I wanna get into that Fred Armas in and I have a pilot together and hopefully they'll become a show that would be great. And it's in Spanish. Right? It's a Spanish. Yeah. And how do you feel about doing a show that's fully in Spanish? When you're writing is really mostly in English, your comedic writing? You know, I had never performed comedy in Spanish just because I left before I was fully developed, but I, I loved it, and there are certain things that you can get away with it. You can't really get away with an English. It's exciting to dive into sort of the point of view for a moment, just so giddy to like. Make these observations that couldn't work if they weren't in a show in Spanish. Thank you so much for for joining me on that. The USA. Thank you for having me. This was great. You can catch the work of.

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