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Kenan Thompson of 'SNL' to host Sept. 12 Emmy Awards

AP News Radio

00:27 sec | 5 d ago

Kenan Thompson of 'SNL' to host Sept. 12 Emmy Awards

"Actor Kenan Thompson of Saturday Night Live will host the Emmy Awards A marches are a letter with the latest Keenan Thompson says being named the host for the Emmys is ridiculously exciting Thompson won an Emmy in 2018 for co writing the song come back Barack for Saturday Night Live The Emmys will air live from Los Angeles on September 12th on NBC and the streaming service peacock The top nominees are Succession Squid Game Ted Lasso hacks and only murders in the building

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"kenan" Discussed on Netflix is A Daily Joke

Netflix is A Daily Joke

03:05 min | 7 months ago

"kenan" Discussed on Netflix is A Daily Joke

"Now here's something else that you might not know about the Jonas Brothers. In the 2007 Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade, they rode on the builder bear workshop float. Nice. And then, right when it was over, they built a bear out of Kevin's old sideburns. Boo. I'm sorry, did somebody just boo me? Boo. Well, that's rude, but you guys won't believe this. The Jonas Brothers were the youngest band to ever be on the cover of Rolling Stone, yeah, we know. Is that you? Exactly me. Yes. That's like asking if the Jonas Brothers freaking rule. Hell yeah, dude. What are you doing here? I don't know, I'm so drunk right now. I was drinking white claws with Niles. Cook it. So you're a fan. Oh, I'm a huge fan. I listen to the Jonas Brothers every time I'm in a supermarket. I mean, show some respect, okay? Nicks a legit actor now. He's won everything from a kids choice award to a team choice award. Yes. Very good. Thank you. You know, Nick had a hit called jealous, though it would have been way more believable if Kevin was singing it. Haven't you ever heard the song roller coaster? You know how brave it is to do a song about something none of them are tall enough to ride? I mean, how can I make fun of these guys? I look like a Jonas brother if his mom was also his Jonas sister. I am sorry, but we need to keep the show moving. Please. No more interruptions. Okay, okay. Okay. Thank you. Okay. Now, the Jonas Brothers have performed at The White House several times. But most notably, when they sang the national anthem for the women in sports, T ball game. Or, as it's more commonly known weight, is that a real thing? Okay. All right, all right. Now, now you've gone too far, okay? These guys rock, okay? A little bit longer as both my favorite album. Yeah. Yes. Yes. And it's what soapy wishes Joe's penis was. Hey. Easy. Winter is coming, but Sophie, not so much. You can't talk like that. Come on. Get out of it. You can't talk like get a shot, get beat him. I'm sorry, Davis and everybody, but you gotta get out. Watch Kenan Thompson and Pete Davidson roast the Jonas Brothers in the Jonas Brothers family roast. Only on Netflix..

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"kenan" Discussed on Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter

Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter

08:09 min | 8 months ago

"kenan" Discussed on Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter

"Only but nice. Welcome to the naughty but nice show I'm your host star. I'm sure it is Thursday, which means idea friend Mark lupoli joins us hey loopy. Hey, Ralph. You look adorable this morning, what's up with you? Well, I woke up extra early to make sure I would be here for you in the Nazis. I'm showered. I'm dressed. I'm ready to go. What the noise don't see is we do these over Zoom each morning, or at least we see each other over a zoom, we record over a different method, but whenever we do the molecule, the only co host that comes dressed. Like in my pajamas, I clearly have not brushed my hair or had a shower. I did brush my teeth. But Mark, you could go out for a night on the town, you look marvelous. You know what I have to say, rob, I feel like I do my best work when I'm dressed and I feel like I'm prepared for anything. I like that. So what you look like on the outside really does affect how you feel and how you do your job. We should talk about that because last night I went to noma the museum of modern art because it was the Sex and the City premiere and talk about looking good, Carrie Bradshaw, Sarah Jessica, probably got out of her car with her son, who we never ever see. Matthew, who we never ever see, and they walk the carpet like a family. The three of them Mark. I thought it was really, really lovely. I didn't see the new shower, but I did see the red carpets. You'll see pictures today of Sarah. She was very clever. Remember that two two that was really the most famous costume in the whole of the series. It was under her and the opening credits when the bus drove past. She's wearing a blue dress and under the dress is the two two. Oh my gosh. It's really adorable. Hey, let's jump into the sharks. We've got so much to get to. What time is it, my Friends? It is a tea time. Jennifer Aniston is doing this massive interview. I've never seen her this honest, it's with The Hollywood Reporter, and she said that her mom gave her an example of what she never wanted to be. She dissects everything about her public life and she said that her her life her real life has really been consumed all the pregnancy rumors, all the rumors about her different marriages getting back with Brad, and she said, basically, you have no clue what's going on with me personally or mentally. And when people ask her about kids, she said something really interesting. She said, maybe I can't have kids maybe. You just don't know. And it's really hurtful and a nasty thing to say. I thought that was so interesting Mark because we assume so many things about different people, particularly celebrities. It never crossed my mind that maybe Jen doesn't want kids, or maybe she can't have them. Bombshell. Bombshell, you know, Robert's a great point. We kind of push our expectations onto Jen. Like, oh, it would be a great mom. But yeah, maybe she doesn't want to be a mom or maybe she just can't have kids right now or she doesn't feel like she's ready. And yeah, it's unfair to her. It's for us to ask those questions. To think about it. Projecting your feelings is exactly what she said about this. And she said, she's sort of got used to it. She said her life for entire life has been dissected for public consumption. She was asked how she navigates the whole narrative about Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie and she said that she tries to stay positive and she surrounds herself actually with positive people. She has amazing Friends, she did say to she learned what not to do from her late mother. Oh, she said quote, I know that this person was giving me an example of what I'd never want to be. She said that she doesn't want to get twisted or bitter or angrier about this and the tabloids yes are they annoying, but she said now it's moved on and the tabloids don't do it as much anymore, but social media has replaced them so now it's social media that is trolling everybody. She's scuffs at the long-standing pregnancy rumors and she defends her decision to remain single. It's a remarkable interview. It's the cover story. It's a long interview, but you can get it online today. You should check it out and it brings us to our poll question of the day. Jennifer, said her mom gave her an example of what she never wanted to be here. As a parent, ever done the same for you. It's a tough question today. Hey, go vote on at Twitter page at naughty nice rubber, or a Facebook page, which is naughty gos, you can leave a comment and be sure to check back tomorrow to hear your results. Mark love, what are you working on? Oh, I got a good one for you today, rob. Keenan Thompson is spilling the tea about Kim Kardashian and Pete Davidson. Okay, so Keith and Thompson was asked about his SNL costars rumored relationship with Kim Kardashian and the comedian admitted he said quote, I guess it kind of happened fast but I don't really know their business outside of what everyone else is doing or reading. If they're happy, I'm happy. Which is fair. He also said Pete, who is 28 and Kim, who is 41, we know they've been on several dates. And he said, listen, Pete is a good dude. He's a talented boy, and I think he's just very down to earth and grounded, and that's very appealing to people when you can keep it real with somebody and ride the roller coaster that's special. I like that. I like it too, rob, but I think it's fair. And before we get ahead of ourselves, the story. I do want to point out that during Kim's acceptance speech at the People's Choice Awards this week for which she was given the fashion eye kind of word Kim gave Kanye a strange husband of course. A very special shout out. She said, thank you to Kanye for really even introducing me to the fashion world. Anymore, does she maybe she does? I think she's keeping Kanye happy because we know when Kanye is not happy, he goes bananas. This is interesting, isn't it? What do we really know about the people we work with? So Kenan Thompson has been on SNL, I think longer than anybody, however, the show's on how I ate us now. It doesn't come back until the New York. Do you stay in touch with people you work with over the holidays? If you've taken a couple of weeks off, do you? I'm quite good actually Mark knowing the difference between a real friend and a colleague. And it's not that I ignore my colleagues, but were good work colleagues and we text every so often, but I have a separate group of like really close pedals. What about you? Do you mix both worlds? I used to mix them a lot and I think that became more complicated for me. It made me distracted. And I think as I've gotten older, I you said rob, I know the difference, and I make that very clear. And I need to break from these people. I see them every day. I'll see you in two weeks. Yeah, I find my job, my work, particularly doing what I do is so much easier. It's so much clearer if I'm not best friends with them. So a lot of people want to hang out with celebrities or be friends with them and go for drinks with them. I find that only problematic. I just want to talk to you when I've got some gos, or if there's something to write about, I'll be nice to you if I see you out. I love to say hello, but I don't want to go for dinner with one of the housewives. It's just not my thing. I love talking to them. I love texting them. I love getting gossip, but then it gets more complicated, and I don't think that's just about the housewives. I've seen this too in real life in people in the office or people I work with. I want to be work colleagues. I don't miss a really want to be best friends. Is that terrible? You know what's funny, rob that what makes me laugh is that you are someone who is always working though. Even when we think we're out having fun and not working, you are like if you always ticket to our friend Valerie's housewarming party a couple of weeks ago and somebody was there a designer who said something and Valerie said I was like Scooby-Doo. And I said, so I literally Ted and I had to stop it, stop it. Okay. I love it. I love it. Leave it alone. Kristen Davis from Sex and the City. He's saying that the reboot really handles the Kim.

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'SNL' returning with all but one incumbent cast member

AP News Radio

00:27 sec | 11 months ago

'SNL' returning with all but one incumbent cast member

"Saturday Night Live returns this week with most of its cast intact I marquees are letter with the latest back then it is the only one not to return to Saturday Night Live this season there was some question as to whether eighty brands Kate McKinnon Cecily strong Kenan Thompson and Pete Davidson would return but they will be included in the cast of sixteen plus by future performers one Wilson will be the first to host this Saturday for the forty seven season of SNL Kacey Musgrave will be the musical cast

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"kenan" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

12:57 min | 1 year ago

"kenan" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Like a fat albert sweater was crazy. How did you feel when you found out about the ru fees and how he sexually assaulted women. What was that like for you album. I'm sure nothing. In comparison to the people that were really affected by it. But it definitely didn't feel good to be close to any kind of behavior like that. So i wanted you know whatever just is that could be served be served but yet the whole thing just folk gross. You know what i mean. It felt gross to be such close proximity to that. But i was proud of the work that me and my cast mates did on that movie because we spent a lot of time together and we had a great time. You know it was a lot of work but we got through it together through laughter and just us being close in young in good people. So i was still proud of the movie but definitely kind of devastated that it had this. You know shadow around it. Now you're not the person who was assaulted. But did you still feel betrayed by him. Had looked up to him. Oh absolutely i felt the exact portrayal you know. Here's this a father figure for so many people on thousand present. I feel like a heavy betrayal. Basically because you know he was you know the guy. When i was growing up he was like the one clean comic. So you know. I watched bill cosby himself. Thousands of times like he was basically my introduction to what comedy was. And what sitcoms were and all that kind of thing and then like learned in his history and his career and you know. He's like the first probably autobiography. That i read and stuff like that so yeah. He was a prime example of career. That i wanted to have and you know the kind of guy i thought i wanted to be as far as like being a father and being a comedian concern and stuff like that and then you hear rumors about you know when eddie murphy came out and said that he wasn't you know treatment. Eddie murphy right and you know he was like when i want to be my own person. My you know whatever you let that. Wash off your back. And then you hear rumors of this and that and the other as time goes by and say all right well i guess he's got weird stuff going on or whatever like i'm but you know it's in the courts hands. I guess they're capable. People like whatever's happening is happening and they'll find out exactly you know how to go about it. Let me my business type of thing. But did it gets to the point. Where real allegations. Real numbers like star coming out and bass winners like unavoidable and the outcome. Is you know the present outcome and the present reality that we live in. It just sucks man it. It really sucks. I felt super betrayed for being such a big fan and you know idolizing somebody who was you know entrenched in what they were entrenched in so you got to play bill cosby and a very funny sketch in which cosby is in prison. So the premise. You're alone in your cell when the prison guard brings in a new prisoner. Who is going to be your new cellmate. And the new prisoner as played by. Seth meyers So let's hear a clip from this sketch. And seth meyers new prisoners. Speaks i so. What are you in here for you. Don't ask a man that in here but keep the business. Wow whole time. Are you really know the ropes. I've never done time before. This frigging sucks. You don't come need to get a job keep it. This is warning in as laxa. Wow you'll cosby behalf of everyone of your fans. It is so disappointing to be meeting you. Now what i am up brown. I'm in jail and loving it. No the things limited interaction with camille gaza reason. I have no idea that one of the staple food of the prison system is a general. So that's a sketch from saturday night. Live from twenty eighteen with My guest keenan thompson as bill cosby. And seth meyers as his new cellmate. How do you feel about playing cosby in prison It was just so crazy. You know like was kind of like playing jane. I don't take pleasure from it but you know our job is to kind of reflect our reality is basically in the reality is bill cosby was in jail. Or there's a guy named oj back walk on the streets going to dinner with people you know so it was one of those things like you know. It's kind of part of our job as opposed to like. Oh this is something. The nom excited about doing akina thompson has been a pleasure to talk with you. Thank you so much and absolute pleasure. I can't believe he listened to all of that. Kenan thompson is nominated for two emmys for his comedic performances on sap now and for his starring role in the nbc sitcom keenan. After a break maureen corrigan will review a new novel about a nun. Who can no longer be deferential to reckless priests. This is fresh air support for this. Npr podcast and the following message. Come from hot wire. Imagine a nice vacation. Is there a view of the parking lot. No so don't book a cheap hotel book an expensive hotel cheap on hot wire. You can stay in a nicer hotel than you ever thought possible. Just select your city neighborhood and amenities then get your heart rate. Better views king sized beds and freshly pressed waffle woven robes away you and also actual waffles. Download the hot wire app now. And beyond your wildest means all bookings final. when's the last time you wrote a moving and deadpan. Funny novel about religious life. Faith and doubt our book critic maureen. Corrigan says she has one to recommend. It's called agatha of little neon and it's my first time novelist claire luchetti. I was a catholic school girl during strange moment in the nineteen sixties when catholicism infiltrated american popular culture for a brief time nuns in particular were everywhere. The flying nun starring a buoyant. Sally field was on tv. The singing nun appeared on the ed sullivan. Show and her life was made into a movie. There was the trouble with angels and the mother superior of all non movies the sound of music nuns of course have greatly diminished in number since the sixties and in recent decades when they do make an occasional appearance on screen. They're often grim even baroque characters. Like meryl streep sister ella. Wishes endowed or jessica lang sister jude in american horror story. The implication is that there must be something off about a woman who would choose such a life of self abnegation claire lucci. He's debut novel. Agatha little neon offers a counter narrative about a young twenty-first-century. None who's neither a holy fool nora musical miracle worker nora monster. I picked tobacco the the little neon for its unusual subject and i got pulled in by agatha's voice sharp and by turns. Melancholy and rye agatha narrates her own belated coming of age tale about as she says learning how to distinguish an idea of yourself from the real thing agatha tells her story in retrospect beginning in two thousand and five in her convent outside of buffalo new york. It's a place with walls painted. The color of mayonnaise ruled by a beloved elderly mother superior. Frail as filament. Agatha has spent seven years there ever since she took her vows at the age of twenty two she and three fellow sisters all the same age run a daycare center but when the novel opens the diocese is going broke because as agatha tactfully says the men in charge had been reckless later on when agatha is all out of deference. She's more lacerating about the recklessness sexual as well as monetary of those priests who are in charge abruptly booted out of their convent. The four sisters transferred to a halfway house in the depressed rhode island town of woonsocket there without any training. They're expected to minister to recovering addicts and ex-convicts here's agatha's first impression of her new posting woonsocket. A tucker down town in northern rhode island split down the middle by a of waste. The sidewalks were littered with condoms and crushed empties from woonsocket. You could vomit into massachusetts from massachusetts. Kids came to buy liquor and sentinel after nine. The halfway house is the color of mountain dew. A yellow green discount paint that makes the house visible from three blocks away hence the name little neon agatha observes that usually when people saw our habits they ceased to see our faces and most of the halfway house residents behave that way barely interacting with the sisters but one recovering addict named tim. Gerry's different tim who's lost half his jawbone to cancer and got hooked onto lauded recognizes a fellow lost soul agatha and agatha is further pulled away from her community when she's ordered to teach geometry at a nearby girls catholic high school and ordeal that should qualify her for sainthood. What's especially striking about luchetti novel. Is that it affirms. The age-old writing workshop wisdom of show don't tell despite the fact that our narrator lives a contemplative life. she doesn't devote a lot of space to ruminations. Instead every short chapter here is structured as a precise vignette dramatizing different incidents in her and her fellow sisters lives from the mundane to the harrowing for instance. There's the poverty of regular mealtimes little neon were cut rate. Concoctions like chopped walnut tacos make appearances and seen where agatha describes how her mother hemorrhaged to death after giving birth to a baby brother. And how for grieving. Agatha church was the only thing in her life that pulled her forward until it doesn't you could learn to live without a part of yourself. Agatha tells us i did for years. I lived like this and then i started to yearn for what i had lost. You don't have to be catholic to connect with lou chetty nuanced and vivid story of a lonely young woman yearning for community and also yearning for everything. She's had to give up to be part of that community. The nuns don't fly or sing or torment the helpless in agatha of little neon. But they do make an indelible impression. Marine corrigan teaches literature. Georgetown university she reviewed agatha of little neon by claire. Luchetti tomorrow on fresh air. We'll talk about the latest revelations about what trump tried to do to subvert. The results of the election. My guest will be katie. Benner who covers the justice department for the new york times. We'll also talk about the doj. Under merrick garland..

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"kenan" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

07:32 min | 1 year ago

"kenan" Discussed on Fresh Air

"It's that too painful to think about. Sometimes it is and that's kind of another thing that we kind of moved away from from the pilot Originally the original pilot Mike we started at you know the almost the reception of the funeral so by the pain was so so recent that it kind of didn't allow for a comedic setting to really take hold basically in the the show just played very melancholy so we kind of moved away from like you know maybe a year or so and it's not so and so recent that he can talk finally without falling apart and stuff like that but still spiraling out of control because he's juggling so much emotion with responsibility and running a show and all kinds of things so you know just being overly vulnerable but also being a dumb man and not really one to admit when he's wrong when he needs to is this sometimes. We have to be playing a father on tv. Who's not being. Who's not able to be home with this kid. Just much as he wants because he's so busy and you're playing this father which just keeping you from being home with your kids because doing that show playing. The father is keeping you so busy. Yeah it's a bit of a whirlwind. You know like. I wake up and make breakfast for my kids and then i go do a scene where making some sort of meal for my tv children to you know like i'm living my character kind of twenty four seven in a weird way but it keeps me focused on the fact that i am you know a parent and how attentive i really do want to be with my children and my wife and you know my my family is well. My brother sister. My parents are still with me. Thank god like you know. I just wanna make sure that. I'm available to whoever so i don't know i'm just like that. I would rather not sit in solitude. Necessarily unless i'm taking a nap. You grew up in atlanta. You had your first paid gig when you're a ten and a tv commercial for lee's famous recipe chicken was that a local chicken place It was local in the south. But there wasn't one in georgia. So i never got to see commercial. It was in like all the surrounding states like tennessee. And like the carolinas. And you know alabama and stuff like that so that bombie out. I wish i could see the commercial now. I tried looking for but couldn't find it. What did you do in it. I was fishing with my fake grandfather. And that was freaking me out a little bit because that was my first time like working with another actor i guess like on the kind of thing knows just weird Seeing some do just like getting into character. And we're supposed to be acting like we're family. Or whatever like what i done up until that point was all much more like random things like mr white canton hansel and gretel and stuff like that you know what i mean so it was weird to try to like play family with a stranger especially as a little kid so stranger danger was a big part of life back then. But we're supposed to be fishing. And i say like the fish aren't biting and he has a piece of chicken and i was supposed to take a bite of the chicken and say i like this kinda biden classic dump them type comedy basically so. I got to eat chicken all day and i was happy. Did did you think to yourself when you were ten new doing this part. This isn't very funny. But i'll do it anyways. Will i remember the kept telling me to take a bigger by the chicken. Take a big bite. A big old by bigger bigger by the chicken like this is starting to lean a little racist but you know my fate. Granddad seems to be all right with it. The me reintroduce you here and then we'll talk some more if you're just joining us. My guest is keenan thompson and he's nominated for two emmys one for his performances on saturday night live and the other for his new sitcom keenan which is an nbc and is now streaming free on nbc peacock. We'll be right back. This is fresh. Air support for npr comes from whyy presenting the podcast. Eleanor amplified and adventure. Series kids love here reporter. Eleanor atwood crafty villains and solve mysteries as she travels loop to get the big story available. Where you get podcasts. Or at whyy dot org. This is fresh air. Let's get back to my interview with keenan thompson. He's nominated for two emmys for his comedy performances on snl and for his starring role in his sitcom keenan which premiered this year see did a couple of things for nickelodeon and then you did the live action. Adaptation of the animated series fat albert based on characters originated by bill cosby and he voiced fat albert in the animated and the original animated series. What did you like about the character and described the character for anyone who's not familiar with him. Fed average is a big jolly leader of the gang. You know and he's all about this. Is the guy the lessons come through. So whatever the lesson is. The episode is about You know fat. Our would be the leader of you know helping to discover and bring to light for those characters. They need to learn something. Whatever it is. They need to learn minks with music. You know and cobby was just like one of those two like feel-good american dad kind of destinations. When i was growing up so to get a chance to play the iconic character you know fed hours a big character in the culture. I think fubu had just finished their line of like fat albert character clothing and stuff like that and then it did really well because it was such a retro kind of theme that everybody loves from their childhood and stuff like that so it just felt like you know an opportunity to do something big for the culture so as as How old were you when you started when i did fat albert. I was twenty five six. So you had a catchphrase. Hey hey What's it like to have a catchphrase. Do people come up with you and repeatedly. Oh yeah i mean when we were promoting that movie definitely people would run up you know when they when they saw it. I mean it was a big promotion like the the whole poster was just my face and you know me and that sweater and you can kind of see that. I'm a larger kind of person so like seeing big giant mike billboards and like they had a huge banner down the side of madison square garden. Like it was a lot you know. They put me on blast. I was like wow. This is a big big big thing and it was very flattering. It was very cool. But you know it definitely. Was you know for someone who kind of enjoys their privacy. Not necessarily like the most private moment. My face was everywhere. I very private. I mean i. I'm protective i. Guess so i. I never want like my celebrity to you. Know bleed on other people's security or you know how their day is going like if somebody wants to like say something negative to you know my my family members based on just trying to be funny because they wanna comment on something. I've done or anything like that. Like i always hate that. We close with bill cosby when.

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"kenan" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

07:10 min | 1 year ago

"kenan" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Was my guest keenan thompson in a sketch from saturday night. Live so what was the saturday night live. Cast that you grew up watching the main one Honed in on for myself. Like i remember like watching over my dad's shoulder when i wasn't supposed to be when he was watching. Eddie murphy do hot tub and stuff. But my era was the Sammer farley years. In chris rock years. But they're sketches that you tried to memorize. Oh yeah. I mean that ex. That was like his first thing. That was like chris. Rock's character. I think they'll like his like almost one and only damn near And the van down by the river used to do a lot of that kind of just farley gesturing in general that he would do in a lot of sketches and yeah that that whole era basically tommy boy was like my favorite movie for forever growing up and i was big farley. Five twenty five years old. When you started on saturday. Night live. And i know you were told by novas lorne michaels other people who were doing casting. You told that you are too young for long-term you when you were told you were too young. How come you didn't take that as a hard no like. Sometimes people try to be polite and say oh. You're very funny issues that you're too young sali's alone you. That can be the implicit message to go away. I guess in that sentence you know allows for time you know it was like are too young right now so maybe at one point won't be too young and if that's the only argument then you know i can definitely wait out the time to where they think i look older and maybe i'll be funnier or more experienced or whatever so it didn't seem like a closed door or go away necessarily it just seemed like it's the second time definitely felt like a little more like maybe i should leave us alone but i don't know when i got the call that they wanted to let me try. I was like we'll absolutely. I'll try again for sure the first two times. It was like me knocking on the door. This the third time was them calling. So it's different. Yeah that must have been a great phone call absolutely terrifying but still great. Well let's take a short break here and then we'll talk some more if you're just joining us. My guest is keenan thompson. He's nominated for two emmys for his comedy performances on. Snl and for his starring role in his new sitcom keenan. We'll be back after a short break. I'm terry gross. And this is fresh air. This message comes from. Npr sponsored linked in the world of work is changing and with those changes. Come a whole lot of questions does the workplace you returning to feel more inclusive than the one you left. How do you bring your most authentic self to work. Luckily you don't have to answer these questions alone. Introducing reshuffle a new series from lincoln. All about the future of work. Watch on lincoln dot com slash future of work and join the conversation with the hashtag future of work lincoln. We're in it together. Let's get back to my interview with keenan thompson. He's been a performer on saturday night. Live since two thousand three this year. He got his own. Nbc sitcom called keenan. He's nominated for two emmys one for snl the other for her starring role on keenan. He won an emmy in two thousand seventeen for co writing the snl song parody comeback barraq. He's been on tv in one kind of role or another since he was a child. So now you're starring in a sitcom called keenan like we were saying before and you play the host of a local morning. Tv show called. Wake up with keenan and this is show with advice cooking. It's all very kind of light humor. Your wife has recently died so now. You're the single father of two young girls who are doing your best to raise with the help of your late. Wife's father played by don johnson. And your brother played by. Chris read who's also on snl and it's really hard for you to talk about your wife like the grief is still so so raw for you. So i wanna play a short scene from the first episode. You're live on tv on your show. Wake up with keenan in so you're hosting the show and you're co-host who's kind of proud of being shallow is there and your guest is a dula. Who's giving advice to women about childbirth. The number one thing i tell new moms is to have a birth plan but baby comes throw it out the window not the baby nova seriously. They did have it when my wife corinna and we can talk more about that. Because i'm sure the audience would love a personal story. Came in you know of course so we had a birthing plan for both of our babies but when that pain hit it went straight to hell telling you my wife was probably the first woman in history to get an editorial at zero centimetres. I will never let her living down. She was told. And i'll be like oh. We need to dual stack or we go to a restaurant say She'll have heels at the resort and avocado. I love that but all jokes aside moms should wait as long as possible for drugs if they can stand the pain. We call them away off now. What no it's just better for. The baby wasn't looking out for our babies. I'm sorry but my wife was an amazing woman. Okay and she gave birth to two beautiful girls. All right ellen thank you. And it's not like she took the easy way out and got a c. section. And then like that she clear. C sections aren't the easy way out. It's very serious surgery serious. No rain right now. I was joking. Joking jokey my wife used to even joke. She used to say Stay at home moms. Could just pop them things out at any time but she was a busy. She needed that. See susie my right emma tari. Are you criticizing. Stay at home. Moms know oh okay inclusion and just want to say Stay at home. Moms work harder than working moms know. They both work equally as hard All moms are heroes so it goes to the troops and stay at home. Moms and working moms are tied for second and nine eleven. I was bonus dimming mentioned nine eleven wizard come now i call beyond say that. Yes spiraling out of control. I love it you know. I think for anybody who is in a relationship and loves their partner or spouse that thinking about the possible. Death is just like so painful. Is it hard for you to do the show. And i mean you're married you've been married for. I forget how long eleven years may be going on ten year So is it hard for you to play the role of somebody who's just lost their wife..

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"kenan" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

06:27 min | 1 year ago

"kenan" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Road with prosciutto. Let's put myself through that. What was the music you grew up with. I grew up with My parents plan a lot of motown and You know soul. Music and stuff gospel of course and You know southern hip hop basically so a whole lot of outcast you grew up in atlanta where outcasts from exactly they went to my high school. Y- we're always very proud of that at our school. Do you have any nightmare. Moments from saturday night live that you wish were not preserved in history get i mean i have my nightmares early so they were things that never made it in to show. I guess because they were so green. You know. But i definitely had like a full fumble. Moment dropped the ball moment on sketch and just was way too green to know how to improv out of it and just let it die in being awkward situation. You know but those sketch got cut anyway so it just lives in the vault wherever it is but i have the scar of the memory for sure. Can you describe what happened Yeah it was called randy bellhop that a friend of mine wrote and it was you know. Probably my first season and there was a a line that i had that. I just fumbled. And i was showing like a couple into their room and of course like a ragtag hotel so like all the jokes were about everything kind of not working or being kind of fu gezi or whatever and i just fumbled this line super hard and it was awkward and silent in the studio so quiet. You could hear this one lady say all right well this is not great and you know i guess someone else in the scene just picked up the next line and and move it forward and we finished it out or whatever but i was like i dropped the ball on at for real and tank sketch pretty much because everything i said after that that i thought was going to get a laugh was just mediocre kind of chuckle and just the whole energy got sucked out of it so as my i fall on my face kinda moment but it got cut. You know what i mean. So it's kind of just an inhouse kind of a secret or whatever but yeah. I thoroughly remember in such. It got cut before the show is broadcast. Yeah got cut out of the live rundown basically so you're still in front of an audience. Yeah i mean dress-rehearsals in front of an audience so as to audiences. I guess and then they're separate between. Yeah in between shows you know we get the rundown of what's going in the show as if you're a kind of enjoy it when there's a little bit of a fumble or somebody breaks start laughing when they're not supposed to because it makes you realize that it's live and it also seems like they're really enjoying doing us and that makes me enjoy it more. Exactly what are the time john. Mullany hosted the show In he loves broadway musicals so there was a sketch. I think it was called a lobster diner lobster and so it said in a diner and pete davidson makes the mistake of ordering lobster. And he's like no. No no you never order lobster in a diner lobster and there's like no. Lobsters never good in a diner. And then it breaks into a parody of les miz in your the lobster. and who's going to be eaten. So you're singing about that. And you're in this big lobster tank like lobster claws lobster claws and everybody's laughing and you're just you're just like singing. It was the one of the most like just brilliant things like we were finally able to like bring the life because we done it at the table years before when john was a writer there and it tanked because it was just way too random so for some reason they brought it back and it just made all the sense in the world and it was like oh will double. We're definitely doing this. And i'm like that's funny because the first time we did you know it was just swept under the rug and didn't make it past the table and then dress rehearsal So i'm like john valjean who i am. Yeah there's you know i mean the giant lobster tank. And of course it's on so they have to push it through a door but you know of course they you know they didn't cut the door frame like very much bigger than the tank so when thing that is on wheels like when it rolls forward and rose backwards it changes direction until the wheels can like turn into the forward direction or whatever so that little shift to the left or the right came might get me stuck when i'm trying to get through the door if they don't set the wheels beforehand so of course address maricel. The wheels weren't set in the direction they needed for me to. Just go out straight. So it's shifted a little bit while he was trying to get the wheels turning straight and i was hitting the side of the wall. The crew guys were like hitting the side of the door with this giant tank while the music's playing and i have like six more beats before have to start singing so all you can see is like a tank trying to get through the door and there's fog and like these weird clause and like an antenna head. You can't even see it's me and they barely get me out right before after seeing my first line is like who am. I am me and eighty. We're talking about that in between shows and just dying laughing like it was so hilarious like we would love to know the answer to that question like what is happening here like who am. I was just so perfect. Why don't why don't we hear that. So here's kenan thompson doing A parody version of. Who am i. From les miz. Yes in the role of a lobster..

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"kenan" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

08:21 min | 1 year ago

"kenan" Discussed on Fresh Air

"The show is all about advice recipes and cheerful talk but he still grieving the loss of his wife and is now a single father raising two daughters and finding it hard to devote enough time to his family while also hosting the show. It's been renewed for a second season and you can watch the first season free streaming on nbc peacock. Cana thompson won an emmy in two thousand seventeen for co writing. The snl song parody comeback. Barack thompson has been with. Snl for eighteen years making him the performer with the longest tenure in the history of the show among the recurring sketches. He's best known for our the game shows jeopardy and what's up with that some of the characters he's played over the years. Include steve harvey al sharpton oj. Simpson charles barkley and bill cosby thompson played fat albert. One of the characters cosby created in the live. Action adaptation of the fat albert animated series cosby voiced. The character himself in the animated series thompson has had tv career since he was a child. Kenan thompson. welcome to fresh air. It is great to have you on our show. Thank you thank you for having me so i want to start with a clip from an episode of black jeopardy. Because that's always so funny and this is a very special episode black jeopardy that on play because it features chadwick bozeman as the guest contestant and for any listeners not familiar with this recurring sketch. Could you just explain the premise of black jeopardy I mean is basically in the title. You know it's the the black version like if if jeopardy was hosted and produced by a mostly black you know situation basically and this is to lean into that you know different jokes and stuff like that and what those joe premises are about basically would be in the black section of things instead of just the jeopardy section so they have it okay. So here's an episode of black jeopardy with of course keenan thompson hosting and The contestants are chris read leslie. Jones and chadwick bozeman but in the role that he plays in black panther to challah. All right. let's go with all hail. Naw for four honey. All right the answer. The airline says they want to charge twenty five dollars to check your bag. Shoney's what is all hail. Looks like. I'm gonna fly jamaica with the fifty pounds suitcase in matlab and stewardess stakes. So let's let's say with grown ass for six hundred all right you send your smart ass child here. Because she thinks she grown tuccillo. What is to one of our free universities where she can apply intelligence. Perhaps one day become a great scientist. Okay where the looking for was out my damn house. Give it to you to tell. Y'all must not have no means. Streets were condo. The board is yours very well. Let's go to our hell now. Eight hundred the policeman says there's been some robberies in your neighborhood and ask if you have any of information what is not only. Do i tell this man what i also assist him in tracking down the offender. Our ministers of law enforcement are only to protect us. Correct mean it should be. You haven't spent much time in america hear about today's practice so that was an episode of black jefferson hosted by my guess keenan thompson. Much fun. yeah and then of course listening back to chadwick bozeman. That must have been absolutely. I mean that was such an electric week. In general you know like the king chadwick was just blessing us with his grace number one because black panther was the biggest thing going at the time. And you know. He contributed and and gave all of his efforts in energy to our show like he did anything else. While he was promoting a movie of that caliber. It was just unbelievable to witness let alone being able to do. Like one of my. I know beloved sketches. You know with him in very close proximity and stuff. it was just. It was great. I was close proximity with him. That whole episode like we did a monologue together where i just thought i had a good idea to play pan throw from from the thunder cats back in the day so we built a full pam. Throw costume it was the most ridiculous thing in the world but i had fun and you know he was committed to that too. So the The thing about black jeopardy that week where we were trying to figure out exactly how to make his you know. Elevate from tom. Hanks who just destroyed it the last time so it was An uphill battle but we got there and he stayed you know in with us. He never liked got mad or frustrated. Or you know know just like going back and forth idea wise in the wrong direction or anything like that. He just trusted us to kind of find it and we did and you know all the credit to him you know he. He performed the hell out of it. He knew he was sick at the time that he had cancer. Did you know that absolutely not not. and so. What was your reaction when you later. Found out that you were working with him when he was actually very sick ages. It just floored me like the whole thing. You know it was just so crazy few months you know with like him and coby and like man. It was like a lot of things just coming out of left field but the fact that he was working so hard and he was so focused. Because in between you know rehearsal takes and stuff like that he was like practicing karate moves. You know what i'm saying. So he was always like looking like he had other things to do and stuff like that like as far as living is concerned you know. I never saw him coughing or anything like that. You know so him. Being you know of ill health was the furthest thing from my mind if anything. It looked like he just needed. Maybe vacation at some point but a super baller one because he was on top of the world. Yeah so how did you come up with the sketch for black jeopardy. Was that your idea. No it was. Brian tucker's idea in him in michael. J. collaborated on it and Just you know from the very beginning you know it was just very straightforward of what it was gonna be and when he originally pitched it to me. I was like you know. I hope they let us do it. Because you know we'll feral kind of territory is pretty sacred. So i just wanted to make sure if we were going to step anywhere near that kind of you know echoing of his brilliance. It had to be brand in its own and it definitely was it was just you know an opportunity for us to do a bunch of old school black jokes in a very smart way so it was. You know just very refreshing to to be to laugh at kind of older school humor. So let's go to twenty seventeen You want an emmy that year for outstanding original music and lyrics are the song comeback. Baruch which want. Why don't you describe what the video is like. This is like a song parody yet it was. You know reminiscent of the old school nineties. Kind of our be era with the joe to seize and you know Silks and all for one of the world and one twelve and all that kind of stuff And you know slow jams. you know. Big silky soups and canes and hats and sunglasses and slow motion walks and fans and you know deep voices trying to entice the the other side of the spectrum to maybe have a wonderful wonderful evening in the bedroom. Somewhere or something but we happen to be singing to barack obama to come back.

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Health Officials Issue Indoor Mask Advisory for Columbus and Franklin County

The Boxer Show

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Health Officials Issue Indoor Mask Advisory for Columbus and Franklin County

"Columbus Sam Franklin County have issued a mask advisory for indoor settings effective immediately. ABC six is Luanne Stoia says health officials would do more if they could doctors telling us they would advise any school district that has made mask wearing optional to reconsider that policy. Columbus Public Health Commissioner Dr Machiko Roberts applauding businesses that are now requiring masks in the workplace. Roberts tells us if state law would allow she would order a mask mandate instead, Robert strongly recommending mask wearing indoors and also outdoors at events like concerts and football games. People are in close proximity. The advisories for everyone, regardless of vaccination status. Until further notice. The CDC recommends wearing a mask indoors in areas of high or substantial virus spread. Franklin Kenan remains under substantial spread. According to that standard,

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"kenan" Discussed on Scott H Silverman's Happy Hour

Scott H Silverman's Happy Hour

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"kenan" Discussed on Scott H Silverman's Happy Hour

"You're listening to scott h silverman's happy hour a podcast released on the first three wednesdays of the month family crisis relationship crisis addiction crisis. No to crisis situations are the same. They vary by family individual and relationship. They can encompass complex family dynamics emotional distress anger issues and entitlements and often involve substance abuse this podcast addressed these issues and others surrounding the addiction epidemic currently plaguing this country in the world. There is hope and help. Are you stuck scared or unsure of what to do next. If the situation with a loved one spouse or even a child has started to spiral possibly becoming gainers or threatening. It's time to seek help. My name is scott eight silverman. I help families navigate crisis situations. I'm the person you turn to in order to get you and your loved ones unstuck. Welcome back to the show. This is michael glenn more. You're listening to scott eight silverman's happy hour. I'm scott co host scott. What are you going on today. You've got a book coming out pretty soon do. Do you want that or do you have something else. I think safe home. Coalition has the birthday as well as i mentioned that earlier. But maybe i was wrong could be an anniversary. I three year up. I want to say seven years. I think the safe home coalition. But we're gonna talk more about that but obviously the slide behind me is my book. The opioid epidemic. And it's going to be coming out in the next couple of weeks in the month of may and real excited about it. E book will be available and pre selling on amazon right now so that's my public service announcement that so anyway. Welcome to happy hour up scottish silverman again. I give out my phone number.

Kenan Thompson's On-Stage Serenity

Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

02:26 min | 1 year ago

Kenan Thompson's On-Stage Serenity

"I'm friendly with bill. Hader who i think is one of the funniest people in the world. And he's such a huge fan of yours he talks a lot about you and your serenity kind of on stage. You're very. you're so happy when you're performing but you're also serene and that it's very comfortable to be around and he's ideas and sketches and thought man. I wish ticket. I wish i could channel more of that. Which is i think maybe the highest compliment absolutely. I mean that's amazing it. I guess i'm putting up a good front. Because i'm actually pretty terrified doing stuff at the same time are you. Are you really though. Because i don't. I don't pick up any of that energy from you mean you've been doing this. You started being a professional sketch performer on television. How old are you fifteen. Yeah my guy you know. We was doing like recording tape. You know what i'm saying. Like the live element is a whole 'nother level so true true. it's just. It reminds me of theater. You know what i mean like. You're so nervous before you do your play and then as soon as you get out there and say your first word like all of that stuff just goes away or whatever so i try to anticipate getting to that moment more opposed to be nervous but also get to shake my jitters singing the warmer up. You know what i mean. It gives me my chance to be in front of those strangers that are going to be looking at me or whatever and get past that you know what i mean and then i can focus on the actual work and i think it's different for people when they their first time seeing people for the code open or if they're in the monologue something like that it's just like all those jitters to that point and then it's about waiting on your i laugh. Yup hopefully the first thing you say is a laugh and you can just get through that. Here's the way. I look at it. And i look at it like a any audience. It's a blind date. do you feel that. That's a unique thing to comedy. Because like if you're doing mike shakespeare's shakespeare whatever. Yeah but comedy. You have to earn a reaction every time. Well i can't say with any authority. Because i'm not an actor i've never been actually been told not to shakespeare that was in the part basically look good in tights and they. They didn't like the little thing they wanna be gone. and it really wasn't shakespeare. I was just trying to talk to him. Entites and the whole thing creeped everybody out and then later my lawyer said let's call it shakespeare in the park.

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Five Storylines for 2021

Beyond The Baseline

06:06 min | 1 year ago

Five Storylines for 2021

"Everyone on. Your sports illustrated tennis. Podcasts are last ten of being ear. Jbl joining me. We already dispensed awards handed out Various honors we toasted these six players. Who won majors in two thousand twenty in this crazy year. We have good farewell to the bryan brothers. We lamented strangeness of this rotation around the sun we have looked forward to twenty twenty one. So let's just kind of do it all out rap. Jamie how are you. How goes in your parts. Are you dusted with snow. As we are here in new york it is a little bit more than a dusting here but We are warm inside staring. It's still coming down but we are. We are all good here. I can always tell the rhythm of tennessee's in based on knows a press releases. I'm sent in when there are no tournaments On the calendar when they're no match is being played They tend to get to increasingly distant for tennis itself. It's been a while since. I've gotten a press release about An actual tournament result or a match result. So let's let's just kind of take final inventory of twenty twenty one twenty two twenty then spinning forward to Twenty twenty one. Are there any any sort of enduring memory. You're doing capsule late straight year in in in one image. What would it be in one image. That is hard. I would say if that was the case in an empty an empty stadium. An empty arena. But i think i think for me you did this a little bit in your mouth but i kind of have to agree with you that feel like all in all a twenty twenty was terrible of course across the board but for china's i do think that sport distinguish itself in many ways in. I think that for a lot of the players that you know we have been talking about for years now It was really nice to see a lot of those players breakthrough in different ways. I think of course dominic. Thiem you know had finally won his first major and you know he had a really strong year across the board You know twenty seven years old finally gets to his high ranking. Gets that major. And you know it's all done at that first ornament back first major nine only osaka of course who not only is her major haul here but then she found her voice and you know use it and use it well and i think You know we can talk a little bit more about her but you have severe kenan against him. Thank someone who we talked about. Who is young and she. You know kind of proved again that she is here and you know she's twenty twenty two years old but her first major win was not a fluke and the list goes on. I think again. These are players that we've been talking about and it was good to see them all breakthrough re cement themselves and kind of redefine their careers This year in twenty twenty such important year for everyone. I can give you my My off-court analog to that I think we're all waiting to see which of these changes are stopgap in that means in life and not just a tennis We which of these are going to be a new way of life so our zoom good replace office and are we all going to be enjoying outdoor dining going forward and how much of this is just Emergency measure it. How much this heart and into our new reality. And i think at tennis we have the same thing that we haven't had a lot of match results I'm glad you hit on the ones we did. And i did have some really good tennis but i think a lot of the discussion has been about. How do we broadcast sport. How do we travel the australian open falsifying dough high then charter private planes for everyone to then quarantine them austrailia. And we have events moving. And we've experimented with different formats for tennis and i think if any good has come out of this year it has been that tennis has finally decided to innovate to cooperate. It's not always been perfect. But i think there's a real sort of spirit of enterprise it hasn't always been around the sport in some of this was the society Some of this was just trying to salvage events and put some some money in player's pockets. But i do really hope that. This spirit of enterprise. We can do things a little bit different than we break some models. We can defy conventional wisdom. We can try and shift dates around if miami has to be played for one year in the middle east so be it and if indian wells gets moved to october and everybody stops in the desert on their way to from china so be it. I hope that this is one of the legacy of this. This unhappy year is that tennis has a lot more liability and is a lot. More nibble has the job of its flexibility on the court. It can do the splits. And i do think that if any good comes out of this year apart from what you say that the emergence of team was great. And i always talk then. Profes- mitch there was. There was really howard moments on court. But i do think to me one of the great sort of i hope. Enduring legacies of this horrible year is a tennis has proven that it's a lot more nimble than than perhaps we thought. Perhaps it bought So i guess we'll sort of you know against a lot of we can use that to transition to twenty twenty one. There are still a lot of unanswered questions about the schedule about rankings about where the tokyo olympics factor into the this year. That's already growing complicated but I do think there was a real spirit of cooperation in our ingenuity video of enterprise. Haven't always seen in tennis

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Five Storylines for 2021

Beyond The Baseline

06:06 min | 1 year ago

Five Storylines for 2021

"Everyone on. Your sports illustrated tennis. Podcasts are last ten of being ear. Jbl joining me. We already dispensed awards handed out Various honors we toasted these six players. Who won majors in two thousand twenty in this crazy year. We have good farewell to the bryan brothers. We lamented strangeness of this rotation around the sun we have looked forward to twenty twenty one. So let's just kind of do it all out rap. Jamie how are you. How goes in your parts. Are you dusted with snow. As we are here in new york it is a little bit more than a dusting here but We are warm inside staring. It's still coming down but we are. We are all good here. I can always tell the rhythm of tennessee's in based on knows a press releases. I'm sent in when there are no tournaments On the calendar when they're no match is being played They tend to get to increasingly distant for tennis itself. It's been a while since. I've gotten a press release about An actual tournament result or a match result. So let's let's just kind of take final inventory of twenty twenty one twenty two twenty then spinning forward to Twenty twenty one. Are there any any sort of enduring memory. You're doing capsule late straight year in in in one image. What would it be in one image. That is hard. I would say if that was the case in an empty an empty stadium. An empty arena. But i think i think for me you did this a little bit in your mouth but i kind of have to agree with you that feel like all in all a twenty twenty was terrible of course across the board but for china's i do think that sport distinguish itself in many ways in. I think that for a lot of the players that you know we have been talking about for years now It was really nice to see a lot of those players breakthrough in different ways. I think of course dominic. Thiem you know had finally won his first major and you know he had a really strong year across the board You know twenty seven years old finally gets to his high ranking. Gets that major. And you know it's all done at that first ornament back first major nine only osaka of course who not only is her major haul here but then she found her voice and you know use it and use it well and i think You know we can talk a little bit more about her but you have severe kenan against him. Thank someone who we talked about. Who is young and she. You know kind of proved again that she is here and you know she's twenty twenty two years old but her first major win was not a fluke and the list goes on. I think again. These are players that we've been talking about and it was good to see them all breakthrough re cement themselves and kind of redefine their careers This year in twenty twenty such important year for everyone. I can give you my My off-court analog to that I think we're all waiting to see which of these changes are stopgap in that means in life and not just a tennis We which of these are going to be a new way of life so our zoom good replace office and are we all going to be enjoying outdoor dining going forward and how much of this is just Emergency measure it. How much this heart and into our new reality. And i think at tennis we have the same thing that we haven't had a lot of match results I'm glad you hit on the ones we did. And i did have some really good tennis but i think a lot of the discussion has been about. How do we broadcast sport. How do we travel the australian open falsifying dough high then charter private planes for everyone to then quarantine them austrailia. And we have events moving. And we've experimented with different formats for tennis and i think if any good has come out of this year it has been that tennis has finally decided to innovate to cooperate. It's not always been perfect. But i think there's a real sort of spirit of enterprise it hasn't always been around the sport in some of this was the society Some of this was just trying to salvage events and put some some money in player's pockets. But i do really hope that. This spirit of enterprise. We can do things a little bit different than we break some models. We can defy conventional wisdom. We can try and shift dates around if miami has to be played for one year in the middle east so be it and if indian wells gets moved to october and everybody stops in the desert on their way to from china so be it. I hope that this is one of the legacy of this. This unhappy year is that tennis has a lot more liability and is a lot. More nibble has the job of its flexibility on the court. It can do the splits. And i do think that if any good comes out of this year apart from what you say that the emergence of team was great. And i always talk then. Profes- mitch there was. There was really howard moments on court. But i do think to me one of the great sort of i hope. Enduring legacies of this horrible year is a tennis has proven that it's a lot more nimble than than perhaps we thought. Perhaps it bought So i guess we'll sort of you know against a lot of we can use that to transition to twenty twenty one. There are still a lot of unanswered questions about the schedule about rankings about where the tokyo olympics factor into the this year. That's already growing complicated but I do think there was a real spirit of cooperation in our ingenuity video of enterprise. Haven't always seen in tennis

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Five Storylines for 2021

Beyond The Baseline

05:13 min | 1 year ago

Five Storylines for 2021

"Everyone on. Your sports illustrated tennis. Podcasts are last ten of being ear. Jbl joining me. We already dispensed awards handed out Various honors we toasted these six players. Who won majors in two thousand twenty in this crazy year. We have good farewell to the bryan brothers. We lamented strangeness of this rotation around the sun we have looked forward to twenty twenty one. So let's just kind of do it all out rap. Jamie how are you. How goes in your parts. Are you dusted with snow. As we are here in new york it is a little bit more than a dusting here but We are warm inside staring. It's still coming down but we are. We are all good here. I can always tell the rhythm of tennessee's in based on knows a press releases. I'm sent in when there are no tournaments On the calendar when they're no match is being played They tend to get to increasingly distant for tennis itself. It's been a while since. I've gotten a press release about An actual tournament result or a match result. So let's let's just kind of take final inventory of twenty twenty one twenty two twenty then spinning forward to Twenty twenty one. Are there any any sort of enduring memory. You're doing capsule late straight year in in in one image. What would it be in one image. That is hard. I would say if that was the case in an empty an empty stadium. An empty arena. But i think i think for me you did this a little bit in your mouth but i kind of have to agree with you that feel like all in all a twenty twenty was terrible of course across the board but for china's i do think that sport distinguish itself in many ways in. I think that for a lot of the players that you know we have been talking about for years now It was really nice to see a lot of those players breakthrough in different ways. I think of course dominic. Thiem you know had finally won his first major and you know he had a really strong year across the board You know twenty seven years old finally gets to his high ranking. Gets that major. And you know it's all done at that first ornament back first major nine only osaka of course who not only is her major haul here but then she found her voice and you know use it and use it well and i think You know we can talk a little bit more about her but you have severe kenan against him. Thank someone who we talked about. Who is young and she. You know kind of proved again that she is here and you know she's twenty twenty two years old but her first major win was not a fluke and the list goes on. I think again. These are players that we've been talking about and it was good to see them all breakthrough re cement themselves and kind of redefine their careers This year in twenty twenty such important year for everyone. I can give you my My off-court analog to that I think we're all waiting to see which of these changes are stopgap in that means in life and not just a tennis We which of these are going to be a new way of life so our zoom good replace office and are we all going to be enjoying outdoor dining going forward and how much of this is just Emergency measure it. How much this heart and into our new reality. And i think at tennis we have the same thing that we haven't had a lot of match results I'm glad you hit on the ones we did. And i did have some really good tennis but i think a lot of the discussion has been about. How do we broadcast sport. How do we travel the australian open falsifying dough high then charter private planes for everyone to then quarantine them austrailia. And we have events moving. And we've experimented with different formats for tennis and i think if any good has come out of this year it has been that tennis has finally decided to innovate to cooperate. It's not always been perfect. But i think there's a real sort of spirit of enterprise it hasn't always been around the sport in some of this was the society Some of this was just trying to salvage events and put some some money in player's pockets. But i do really hope that. This spirit of enterprise. We can do things a little bit different than we break some models. We can defy conventional wisdom. We can try and shift dates around if miami has to be played for one year in the middle east so be it and if indian wells gets moved to october and everybody stops in the desert on their way to from china so be it. I hope that this is one of the legacy of this. This unhappy year is that tennis has a lot more liability and is a lot. More nibble has the job of its flexibility on the court. It can do the splits.

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Five Storylines for 2021

Beyond The Baseline

04:27 min | 1 year ago

Five Storylines for 2021

"Everyone on. Your sports illustrated tennis. Podcasts are last ten of being ear. Jbl joining me. We already dispensed awards handed out Various honors we toasted these six players. Who won majors in two thousand twenty in this crazy year. We have good farewell to the bryan brothers. We lamented strangeness of this rotation around the sun we have looked forward to twenty twenty one. So let's just kind of do it all out rap. Jamie how are you. How goes in your parts. Are you dusted with snow. As we are here in new york it is a little bit more than a dusting here but We are warm inside staring. It's still coming down but we are. We are all good here. I can always tell the rhythm of tennessee's in based on knows a press releases. I'm sent in when there are no tournaments On the calendar when they're no match is being played They tend to get to increasingly distant for tennis itself. It's been a while since. I've gotten a press release about An actual tournament result or a match result. So let's let's just kind of take final inventory of twenty twenty one twenty two twenty then spinning forward to Twenty twenty one. Are there any any sort of enduring memory. You're doing capsule late straight year in in in one image. What would it be in one image. That is hard. I would say if that was the case in an empty an empty stadium. An empty arena. But i think i think for me you did this a little bit in your mouth but i kind of have to agree with you that feel like all in all a twenty twenty was terrible of course across the board but for china's i do think that sport distinguish itself in many ways in. I think that for a lot of the players that you know we have been talking about for years now It was really nice to see a lot of those players breakthrough in different ways. I think of course dominic. Thiem you know had finally won his first major and you know he had a really strong year across the board You know twenty seven years old finally gets to his high ranking. Gets that major. And you know it's all done at that first ornament back first major nine only osaka of course who not only is her major haul here but then she found her voice and you know use it and use it well and i think You know we can talk a little bit more about her but you have severe kenan against him. Thank someone who we talked about. Who is young and she. You know kind of proved again that she is here and you know she's twenty twenty two years old but her first major win was not a fluke and the list goes on. I think again. These are players that we've been talking about and it was good to see them all breakthrough re cement themselves and kind of redefine their careers This year in twenty twenty such important year for everyone. I can give you my My off-court analog to that I think we're all waiting to see which of these changes are stopgap in that means in life and not just a tennis We which of these are going to be a new way of life so our zoom good replace office and are we all going to be enjoying outdoor dining going forward and how much of this is just Emergency measure it. How much this heart and into our new reality. And i think at tennis we have the same thing that we haven't had a lot of match results I'm glad you hit on the ones we did. And i did have some really good tennis but i think a lot of the discussion has been about. How do we broadcast sport. How do we travel the australian open falsifying dough high then charter private planes for everyone to then quarantine them austrailia. And we have events moving. And we've experimented with different formats for tennis and i think if any good has come out of this year it has been that tennis has finally decided to innovate to cooperate. It's not always been perfect. But i think there's a real sort of spirit of enterprise it hasn't always been around the sport

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"kenan" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"kenan" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"If he had some concentration creek over. Be might end up with ten next that concentration postcode. Do you see that? No? Yes. No I think on one hand I. Kind of agree with you that the bigger companies have all the cloud, the of the DNA of. The mind and solutions for white up the smaller players. However, there's also another affected is happening with citizenship. And seek basically the flattening of the competition, right? So Say. Let's say twenty years ago. Twenty years ago to say, Oh, I want to be consciously. In order to do anything like that, you would have to actually physically go ahead. A. House that's. All straight. So can agree a yeah you need a lot of fixed investment of small player the even get the physician. On the other hand today if you wanted to set something like that, you basically have ability to outsource almost. Yet in Your Business. Wrong right. That means the fixed off that you need to start up possess immediately. Is Not that high unless you're doing something really profound by. Building a rocket to go to. Satisfy. What that does now is that gives an incentive of an opportunity for newcomers log leaders to coming into the market vis deceptive Lydia quiet in before they get really big. Coffee really rapidly, one cannot have any answer for that but. Those risks obviously exists however the the opportunity to achieve a differences rival small player. As long as you're not in the physical states. Think the fact that you're talking out with. fouts in the physical space this long. suggests. REGGAE IT Puteh smaller. Players. Edibles in the next few years yet because up players. Out and now if you're back half industry accidentally half problem but if you nodding those industries where the physical element is just throw in parliament. I think the might be greater competition agreement. Here. And outcome obviously is a function of the length of Shark if you don't have a back screen for a year. And be have market rates of infections happening. It's a different story altogether. Yeah. So this has been a great day and thanks so much for spending time with me. And Good luck with all your work. Well. Thank you for the opportunity to act ACCUA. Enjoy it very much. Look follow to other meetings later on. Thanks. Thanks so much. Bye Bye..

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"kenan" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"kenan" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"For. Most So. Given the. Way Things are panning out I think most of the ask senior management and supply chain managers are basically going in. Do we really want to be back situation? and. So I think in the long run, we see that one big. Change which is focused more on resiliency, and that might come more in the form of. Applied Research. The second thing that is going to in my opinion. Happen. Rather bigly because of this Khloe suction. Is the what we were talking what? Around, data analytics on a fishing. This acceleration. Off a digitization yet. So I can't more and more across industries. Phones are becoming more comfortable with the fact that Hey, I don't need a a face to face human interaction to make a decision. I can automate it I can make it better, and in fact, the company said how you doing this for the last four or five years are happy Vegas to catch in the last few months you look at a Walmart you look at a target panoramas on an apple, these companies leading the way in terms of digitization. And digital transformation. Processes. So I I believe this trend is going to. and. This is the another big change. In terms of supplying cheese yeah. That makes a lot of sense You know the supply teams will put together. When the human content in the products were reasonably high. And hence, you know that activeness to a low cost, a low cost country from Acumen League or perspective. Show from a strategic perspective companies. Have you know multiple choices Dak- decor like you say make it hybrid make full flexible day could also kept down a path I. think that's what what you're saying which is, let's continue to reduce a human. Human content in the product and at the limit, you could actually get a zero human. Content product. I'd be education over the location becomes eleven. Location advantage because of labor. Mikey pointed out is cooling down. rapidly. And this station. Off. The off the process. Of Information contact across the seas as opposed to pure. Fats? That's. Confidence Increasing and as as digital content increases I think. Now Robert Lenient is actually exponential. In terms of activity much so I think that's Really exciting. In. The next few years. In the next decade back introspective to. Ex. Yeah I mean the downside. A different topic, but I want to get your perspective on so You know we already have very large companies in the economy I don't know the exact numbers, but one could argue a very high percentage of the GDP is held by maybe a dozen companies today. And they are rich in cash they had no investment constrains. and. And they can do all of that and be in the process they could become more competitive. And in the process, they could wipe out. Any competition that might have existed Free Colin. So.

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"kenan" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

05:54 min | 2 years ago

"kenan" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"All Aid nosov companies have been trying to do incite. Okay. Let me put all of Ram or something like that a mechanism by which you. Can. Check that and feel good about it that it is actually A. Blockchain along with Iot Cincinnati. You could actually be beneficial. You any more and more honest. For example. A. starbucks you know the slanting to kind of happy have blockchain. Intimate patient with their coffee who? which is you go into a store wanting to buy coffee you scan that code on your starbucks cellphone I, mean on your fault Salva cap on yourself yet. And basically UC's including his real dad. Right. So what's happening here? It's not obliquely public blocks this you're not gonna be able to go and change things. But. It gives you a peek into the into the soaring in starbucks coffee if you'll pickering about. Don't. What's this sorry Fox Coffee Plantation A. Socially conscious responsible region. Arnon with check that you could also check like how long has been lying along the supply chain. Sometimes. Longleat tyrod. You gave these tonics beeping supply chain for a month. Customer in check on those types of things now. This is an example of. Providing trace of. About. Now this does not necessarily come to right. So this is theresa the benefit of Lachey. But counterfeiting another approach is seeing mostly Houston high-fat who straight. Cements. So. Bannon's oftentimes particularly when you're buying billions expensive diamonds to make sure that this was not obliged act this is a. So some companies are now putting. Patient increases the tease. Know, just being to. If this guy with this. Kind of. Agen. Now, counterfeiting examples are more in pharmaceutical. You know and you probably know. Drugstore..

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"kenan" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"kenan" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"Welcome to the site of accents podcast. Where we.

Nick Cannon dropped by ViacomCBS over "anti-Semitic" comments

WBZ Midday News

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Nick Cannon dropped by ViacomCBS over "anti-Semitic" comments

"CBS is ending its relationship with Nick Cannon for what they're deeming hateful speech in anti Semitism. Viacom CBS has cut ties with Nick Cannon over an episode of his video Podcast Cannons class featuring Professor Griff of Public Enemy that was filmed last year and ran on YouTube two weeks ago. Kenan and Griff say that black people are the true Hebrews and Jews have taken their identity, Cannon writes on Facebook. He wholeheartedly apologizes but denies the company's claim that he did not reach out to acknowledge the situation. He demands full ownership of his improv. Siri's Wilden out. Kanan has other deals unconnected to Viacom. CBS, including hosting NBC's America's Got Talent, and Fox is the masked singer. I'm Margie Szaroleta.

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Richard Ashby on working with America's young tennis talent

The Tennis.com Podcast

07:44 min | 2 years ago

Richard Ashby on working with America's young tennis talent

"Guest for this episode? Richard Ashby Richard. Welcome thank you. Thanks for having me. Richard Works here at the. Usda national campus. Richard tells a little brief bio about yourself then working for the for sixteen years before that coached on my own little bit privately with pros and Juniors Worked in some academies before that and so. That's my coaching background played. Junior Tennis Played College University of South Carolina. That's basically playing background played a little bit of pro after college but not that successful so onto coaching. That's relatable So what players. What age group are you targeting right now? Do you work with a specific group. Your work with the fourteen hundred girls. I'm here at the national campus. So we bring kids for camps primarily camps training weeks. We don't do a lot of traveling with kids that age. We don't have them come in. For long periods of time they usually come in for a week or two weeks of training And we work with their coaches. So we get the information back to the coaches things that we worked on here things that we see we go to tournaments have a chance to watch him play there and hopefully see them improving on things have a chance to talk to their coaches about things. We're seeing a lot easier when it's you know live where you're watching something and talking with the coach so the tournaments. It's a great option to do that. With coaches so you've been working with the USA for sixteen years. Have you been with the girls? Fourteen and under age single year no Started two thousand three so that first year and the next year we're primarily with Like junior pros so kids basically seventeen to eighteen sixteen eighteen and did that for a couple of years and then in two thousand and five started with the kids born in Nineteen ninety-one that age group so worked with an age group for few years through Two thousand eight then two thousand nine. I started with twelve and unders Jade Louise and other coach. I used to work with age group and He actually started working with kids older. So I Essentially switch places with him so from two thousand nine assorted with twelve and under and kind of grown to thirteen and then fourteen and fourteen under for last few years. Do some name. What are some players you've worked with? Amanda Anisimov was slow and Stevens. Cannon CICI Bellis Falconi yes all those players So yeah very fortunate. When we moved to we moved to Boca it was a good location. Had A lot of good players in the area so players Would come through in practice. We were able to set up a program where they're younger players. Come out and you know not every day Amanda I came out like once a week when she was younger Always worked with her. Dad was her coach. So work with her Same with Sonya and We did we actually had a pretty good set-up there where they in the morning to drilling and then the afternoons do match play and we'd be able to have kids kind of all levels. Sometimes older kids coming out in the afternoon but Amanda and Sonia. You know where kids at did that from pretty much. The beginning Sloan. I've done very little with her. I mean it's mostly been Camps or a little bit of training and Let's see who else has been out of there You know so. Yeah Irena Hell Coney for sure. Was there So when I worked with a ninety one group Sorry come and play matches Actually tell Ya arena like the first candidate when we were in key Biscayne arena. It's actually in the camp along with Alli Risk. So Mallory burdette there. You go so a bunch of kids That a moved on to play pros which is great. You know so. That's one of the things. I'm fortunate. I got to work with kids. That are the best in the country so you know a lot of them are going to be successful so I was actually mentioning that to see the other day. We were watching you practice with one of the girls. I don't I can't remember her name but she's pretty good. And I made a comment to see see I was like. Did you work with coach? Richard Like Yeah. I did and I was like. That's unbelievable when I was. I believe it was thirteen or something. I was still living in New York and I got this letter from the USDA. Do you WanNa do this. Camp Key Biscayne and sure enough it was with Alison riske Madison Bengal Whom all our top seventy have been top seventy players. It's not very common for a coach to be able to have that much of an impact on so many players that end up being professional. What is it that you have that makes that possible GonNa Know How much it is me. It's definitely good system where you know. We got a chance to see young players at an early age. I remember the first camp she came to. She was not the best. One they're You're maybe in the middle of the pack She had come to the some of the similar things she has. Now you know just the excitement. She always brings the cord and everything. So that hasn't changed. You know she's just gotten better as it's gone along so You know to be to be honest. Yeah I mean I enjoy helping the kids and you know if anything the you know. Try as much as possible for them to enjoy it as well and to try to guide them. I guess for game for the future. Now you know that's up to them to pile of things but You know most of those kids like I say we're good when they got there and you know they've gotten better they've gone long moved on to other coaches and everything so successful pretty popular name is big names that have come through the. Ashby system for all those players though that that you worked with. That didn't make it. Can you tell the difference between someone like an Anisimov an Kenan? Can you see or that early on the? Hey this kid's something different or is it more of quantity and then figuring out one or two that rice the top. There are many kids that I thought were going to be very very good. Maybe even better than those guys and they ended up not being ended up being good tennis players. But not you know making it into the pros. you know so. I've learned as gone along that. I'm not a very good predictor so We try not to pick try to just have lots of players coming through as much as possible and try to treat. Treat them all in a way that this is what you need to do to be great so they have that chance some apply while some were going to be great no matter what we did but Try to treat all the players. A came to come through with the idea that you know. Look at your game now and where do you WanNa go if you want to be a pro these things you to address and unfortunately getting to see them? When they're young twelve thirteen fourteen. They have a chance to you. Know make make those adjustments if they can. So you know the the ones that came in. Maybe I thought were really good and ended up not being so good as far as results. I think. That's just how tough the sport is. You know it's I remember the stout that somebody was saying that basically every year the top one hundred seventy six jobs available something like that. We're on the women's side so you know you have to be that good that you're going to take someone's job who's seventy in the world and that's not easy so many of these guys are good players but you know it's just not that easy to actually be a

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8 Offbeat Questions About Cruise Ships Answered

Tips for Travellers Podcast

11:23 min | 2 years ago

8 Offbeat Questions About Cruise Ships Answered

"Gary Benbridge. This is another my tips travis. There are eight questions I hear people often ask on a cruise ship or ask me about cruising. They really are slightly unusual and a little bit on the side so I thought I would actually answer them right here right now starting with this. Is there a jail on board a cruise ship. Well actually there is. What's known known as a break? Now if this some issue normally passages will be restricted to their cabin but there is on most cruise ships a brig this is normally a pretty secure cure room normally in your security where they can hold up rowdy passages or in fact I guess crew until they get to the next port and can hand them over to authorities artis if something serious has happened now in reality one of the big challenges on board cruise ships is crime. And how much crime exists onboard a cruise. The statistics would suggest crime rates are not particularly high. However it's quite difficult to understand because there's no requirement and no sort of central registry because of the way that cruises run where they're registered however one of the ways of looking at crime is there are eight serious crimes which cruise companies have to report? If they're either embarking or disembarking in the United States of those eight series crimes three of them are the most reported that salts sexual assaults and theft thefts of large amounts of property high value property. However it's not really known how much petty crime exists on board a cruise ship? There are no police police on board and security will deal with most issues so the things you tend to hear about are the more serious things saying that in terms of the amount of crime crime per thousand or hundreds of thousands of passengers. It's really low on a cruise so when a crime does happen on cruise ship it get a lot of publicity but it is kind of hard to get the stats but if you do for foul and you do commit a crime or cause a disturbance there is brick on board which you will be thrown into the second question that I get asked a lot and here is how many people die on a cruise every year. Well actually the number surprise me. Small around about two hundred deaths are recorded on cruise ships bear in mind something like twenty one. Twenty two million people crews on cruise ships every year. It's a pretty small a number. Most of those deaths are related to age the dying of old age onboard cruise things to look out for on a cruise. If you hear over the Tannoy a system of the loudspeakers Operation Bright Star that means as a medical issue on board some sort of medical emergency on board and if you actually hear Operation Rising Star Star that means that has been a death on board of course the cruise lines not normally like to publicize it if it happens because it's normally happens kind of creepy and a cabin or whatever. So what do they do with the bodies. Well actually cruise ships do have a morgue and have to carry body bags normally body. We put in a body bag. It'll be stored in the mock walk now. What happens there buddy depends a little bit on the port? Some ports will want the body to be disembarked. I guess sometimes the family disembark on other cases the body he will stay on board until the ship gets back to port. It often started in because that just makes it much easier for the cruise line and often for the family to deal with the third question is is it a ship or is it a boat a lot of people on cruises go crazy when people call a cruise ship a cruise boat. So what is the right terminology terminology. Well in the whole military and all the maritime world's one of the rules that people use is you can put a boat on a ship the competition on a boat if you look at cruise ships they actually have boats on them. They have life on them so that does make them so. It's kind of informal thing. Another point of view is is anything over. Twenty meters of sixty feet is considered a ship so actually for example and river cruising longtime. They were called river boats because because they were shorter than sixty feet long however the general view is that anything's over that size is ships as in the military world. Anything of that size is I liked to be called a ship in practice. There's no right or wrong. However people who are into cruising will tend to call it a ship and and not about you'll even find some crews captains please so strong and so I've been on cruises for example on celebrity cruises where Captain Kate is is renowned for a badge that she wears which says it's a ship not about the next question I hear lot and it's actually one thing I wondered about for a long time is? Why is the safety drill called a muster drill? It's quite hard to find out the reason for that but it seems to be. It's always been called that and it's comes from the word muster muster which means to gather and it's stuck. It's become one of those terms for the safety drill very important. Of course the safety drill has to be done within. Twenty four hours was of passengers embarking. Since Costa Concordia that's become even stricter and now cruise lines do that. Before the ship actually sets sail the fifth question and is. If you've ever looked at daily program you'll see a couple of people have lots of Friends of bill and Dorothy. For example. Have lots of friends so the question you could ask is. Why on Earth do bill? W dorothy and Jimmy have so many friends that they actually have a meet up or friends of Bill. W you was the one that really kicked it all off and it's because cruise lines originally didn't want to say that they were hosting alcoholics. Anonymous Meetings Built W. refers to William or bill w Wilson who was one of the CO founders of the A. Dorothy was the codename way back when for the LGBTQ jibbed community you'll find nowadays that very few cruise lines talk about friends of Dorothy meetings and they will just call them. LGBT MEET UPS nowadays. It's the Dorothy slang word has kind of disappeared people dischord LGBT. The other one that you may see although it's much less common is friends of Jimmy and friends of Jimmy. Que refers to the or narcotics anonymous which was founded by James Kenan most cruise lines though will tend to direct people looking for an NA meeting friends of Jimmy K to the Friends of Bill W meeting. So that's why Bill Jimmy and Dorothy have so many friends. Yes and meet UPS aboard the ship and other question that I hear a lot is is it saltwater. In the toilets of course no one's going to get close enough enough to actually find out and test for themselves. Well actually originally. It was saltwater in the toilets that's before desalination plants became really really expensive and were just just prohibitive so salt water was actually used both in the showers and also in the toilets that created a lot of problems because caused rust and all sorts of problems within the actual equipment. But it was originally saltwater. Today it's not salt water. The next question is where does all this clean pure non-salted water come from. There's actually three places that it can come from on a cruise ship. The first and the most traditional is what's known as bunkering bunkering is maritime term for loading loading water on board a ship and of course if what is bunkered on a cruise ship. It's tested on both. Make sure it's all safe to drink. However nowadays cruise ships will tend to make their own water and two ways of doing that the first of the processes that cruise ships use themselves on board is known as steam? Evaporation so this is where the cruise ship uses uses the heat. The huge amount of heat that's generated by the engines. They take salt water. The heated up it evaporates the water evaporates all assaults and stuff is left behind. They then turn the steam back into water through condensation and they have water that they can entreat and make ready the other process S.. which is the most common process is known as reverse osmosis? So what happens here is was taken on board. And it's basically pushed through the microscopic screen which then keeps all the salts in the stuff like that behind and any of the fresh clean water go through because the water is then treated and make sure that it's safe to drink and consume and soon so this is the key ways that the ship gets water that people drink and use on board so water is perfectly safe drinking. It's processed and treated extremely Tarini thoroughly before it's sent through the ship for consumption and use. The next question is around waist now clearly on ships of several thousand people well an enormous amount of waste is going to be generated by human waste and rubbish. Waste so what actually happens to all of that waste. Let's talk first of all about surge. Judge Binds National Law. Oceangoing vessels are actually able to put surge in the once that twelve miles out from from land and they're going to certain speed however cruise ships are however not allowed to do it so all cruise lines which part of clear the Cruise Line Association abide right by policy which says that no untreated surge will be put it into the sea anywhere in the world at any time. So what happens. Well it's treated on board. First of all they take blackwater which is basically the human waste and take gray waters. That's water that's come out of things like the kitchens or the basis or the showers. Those two would is is all combined in certain ratios there then treated by nearly sort of bacterial treatment which purifies it then goes through another process they use UV to really treat the water rather than chlorine or chemicals because ultimately the water wants treated and is back to being completely it'd be safe and free of impurities is released normally back into the ocean when it comes to food waste all the food waste is collected and it goes through. These grinders turned turn basically into a runny mixture which then is normally also able to then be released into the sea sometimes of course it is then pumped in on land when it comes to other waste raced this whole process. What's important to know is crucial to have an environmental office on board charge of all of these various operations? So when it comes to waste your cabinet shoot for example. We'll sort through all of your waist and sorted into plastics to metals into paper. All of the glass is collected on board. It's sorted by color it's ground down and then disembarked because it sold off as waste can be recycled on land papers sorted out it's all bundled up and again that's handed of And sold for recycling and the same is done separately for Kabul and of course for things like metal cans all crushed down so there's a huge pick operation. One things. I would encourage you to do if you have a cruise ship that offers a full behind the scene to now you'll have to pay for these but it will take you right and down as the deck of the ship and you get to meet the environmental officer and you get to see the whole processing plot and it's really interesting to see how they take the waste both human wastes and the gray ray water and paper and glass and cans and it's really good to see firsthand how it's actually dealt with so this whole big recycling operation that takes WCHS place onboard cruise

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"kenan" Discussed on Yazilar � Panik Dergi

Yazilar � Panik Dergi

07:15 min | 2 years ago

"kenan" Discussed on Yazilar � Panik Dergi

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NCAA rules Memphis freshman James Wiseman ineligible for 12 games

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

03:58 min | 2 years ago

NCAA rules Memphis freshman James Wiseman ineligible for 12 games

"Never convince me that penny hardaway a was just by cannon out money to a mom because the mom wanted to move to be close to the daughter if the mom son was a mid major player. I bet that doesn't happen. It happened because James Wideman was the best prospect his age literally in the world. Okay so that's that's his version But even if you accept the more likely realistic not dumb virgin which is now he was trying to get. James is in high school to play basketball for east high school so he could win a state championship. That still doesn't rise to the level of what these cases usually are in other words. Penny Hardaway was a memphis booster. Yes and he provided money to a mother of of a student athlete. A recruit a student athlete true but it wasn't to get James Wiseman to go to Memphis. It was to get as many go to east high school and so that's unusual. That's not the way these things normally work now. I do think you can start to connect some dots here. Because Penny has said that he had no idea when he provided that money to James Wiseman and it allowed to move to Memphis. He had no idea that he was going to be Memphis head coach in one day recruit James. Listen to Memphis and I can't tell you what he had hit so I can't say that's is not true. I can just tell you that. I had an idea that he would be the head coach Memphis in fact on the day. James Wiseman moved to Memphis. I said this is why. You've got fire W. Smith after this season in higher penny hardaway it because if you wait another season as minority be signed to Kentucky but if you do it after this season after James's junior year of high school then at some point either before or during his senior year of High School Penny Hardaway could bring him and the other players that ever relationships with to the University of Memphis so it penny didn't have any idea it was going to happen. That's fine but I had a very clear idea. That not only should happen that it probably could and it actually did so. Oh I do think you can reasonably say and it was interesting because the incident late term this a recruiting inducements and I think you can reasonably caught a recruiting inducement. And here's how the eleven thousand five hundred dollars that went to wise. Mother is what led to him being east high school and him being at East High School at at least contributed to Penny Hardaway. Getting the job and I don't think there's any way to intelligently argue that that financial commitment mid-may that he made to the family didn't help him. Recruit James Wiseman to the university Memphis. I I don't WanNa go on off like ten minute tangent but like. How many degrees breeze removed is that from Mike Boynton hiring Kenan Cunningham to his staff geographic advantage in addition to a familiar one or USC doing the same thing? With the Mobley's you're providing a financial opportunity for the family to be closer to a geographic region. Now that's legal. I have no problem with them. Hiring you're like what like how many degrees separated really from all of that. No listen I'm with you know doing what Penny Wise Men's mother to get. Get James Wiseman eight really that much different than when I say it's less I think it's I don't think I think it's less offensive. Well here's here's the thing. Whatever were you think's offensive not offensive? I got here's the problem. One is allowed. The other is not answering. Wanted to boil down to that. That's what it's always going to boil down to and if you want to change the roles I've said it a million times. Put me in charge. GimMe all the power. I'll change all the roost rules tomorrow. But the rules are the rules as long as they're in place and what might Boynton I did is allowed. And what Penny Hardaway did is not allowed and it really is simple as that you can hate the instable a all you want. I Hate I'm too but this is an undeniable violation and when Memphis started down the path that started it created additional problems that they did not I need to create.

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"kenan" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:06 min | 3 years ago

"kenan" Discussed on KCRW

"Tyler's records of the internet. Why? So we're going to take it back a little bit. Here's Kenan with one of my favorites to keep the party going on this Sunday afternoon. It's called sage by to When love. We you. are connecting the dots for the next three hours, right ear. KCRW. But. So. Two. That they. Ios shoes. Think that. Yes..

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High school coach stops armed suspect before any shots fired

Outdoorsman Radio Show

00:27 sec | 3 years ago

High school coach stops armed suspect before any shots fired

"A football coach likely prevented a tragedy by tackling a would-be gunman yesterday in Oregon, Oregon live says a student had brought a gun to the school with the intention of committing suicide when low spotted him until him down. No word of any other motive the suspect was taken into custody, and no other students were harmed. Fox's Matt Napolitano that hero coach at park rose high school in Portland is Kenan low. He honed his moves as a wide receiver for the university of Oregon. And independent report says, Ohio State Dr sexually abused at least one hundred and seventy seven male students, and that school officials knew about the abuse but did little stop at the doctor committed suicide in two thousand

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"kenan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"kenan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Grew up in Kenan Louisiana into a family of musicians. Yes. Yes. Yes. Was there ever a moment in your life? We thought you might not be a musician, basically my whole life until I was one. Literally, it's almost as if when I went into music mode. It was this alternate universe. And I would step in and out of it. And the thing that was interesting about growing up in Canada is it's right outside of New Orleans. It's a really small town, and it's a suburb, and I would do regular kids stuff there. I'll play basketball tennis lessons. I love playing chess, you know, just like regular stuff and then go and play with like a literal jazz legend at night in New Orleans, and then I would have to go to school in the morning. So it was like a wild juxtaposition. But then when I was seventeen and I moved to New York, and I started my own band in New York, and I was playing gigs. And I was looking around. I was like I'm really like professional musician. John. I just have a quick question about scouting. Can you get I've loved to hear that? Well. Thank you. My little kids and they're in a jazz class a jazz at Lincoln center class in which and the jazz ban encouraged them to Scott, and I just feel like this is reckless encouragement for little white kids. I just. Ten their genetic wheelhouse. How do.

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"kenan" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"kenan" Discussed on KOMO

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Kenan and Kel once sold their Super Bowl tickets, 'balled out' at Chili's instead

Jared and Katie

02:26 min | 3 years ago

Kenan and Kel once sold their Super Bowl tickets, 'balled out' at Chili's instead

"Keenan Thompson also talked about the time that he had the chance to go to a Super Bowl was his first one I have never been to civil. I got tickets to go one time when I was young, and they gave me and kale Zubov, and we were living in San Diego bad Super Bowl, and they send us down in this limousine or whatever, but my debit card game, and my money was funny. I didn't know how to juggle. My finances. It didn't make any sense to me to go to Super Bowl with no money and not be able to buy anything or whatever. So all these people were at the exit ramp seven tickets, and they got some tickets. I mean, how much would you give us a ticket? He was like twenty five hundred what you wanna make some super brand right now. Chilies and balled out. I like that seriously to me the Super Bowl tickets are ridiculous. Outrageous. Right now that are half a million dollars. That's outrageous and the cheapest bowl tickets like four thousand five thousand dollars, right? And you go there and what I don't like about. It is half the places rooting for one team half the place of rooting for. I'm saying it's like, and then you go there so crazy out of control, and yes, it's an experience. But I'll tell you one thing if I five thousand dollars per ticket or even twenty five hundred dollars per ticket for five to ten thousand dollars to sit at Chili's where you could see right unscreened. I'm doing it. Yeah. Yeah. L E not to take it up. Take them up on that. Although as a Redskins fan has been almost thirty years. Yeah. I would maybe try to go to a Super Bowl tickets were five. If I knew you can't win our friend tripper that we know that works here. He went to he's a big Denver Broncos fan, and he went when they played in New York the Super Bowl was in New York and his team got beat by forty sitting there like. I just spent two thousand three four or five thousand dollars to get their fly there. Did he go by himself? Yeah. And he's there and watched him get destroyed that would be just to get there through the security in the lines. I don't wanna wait in line. Security apparently is insane. I think the department of homeland security helping work this Super Bowl in Atlanta at the Mercedes though. So you just gotta sit there and away. And I guess the experience is great. And I know a lot of people that go, and they love it. I think going to the Super Bowl, and I I've never been maybe

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"kenan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:54 min | 3 years ago

"kenan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"So the set comes to an end career wins the sat and while the players are waiting on the sidelines tournament referee a game. Forced in comes back onto the court. He walks up to the players, and he pulls out of his pocket almost subtly and chose to the players this black card the car, which means disqualification. This is absolutely extraordinary. He has given both teams a black card. What has he threatened them with? Not terribly short. Plays have returned to court. It was now that they should play or they would be deep. Sorry. Maybe I should back the black card. Car was out and told in very clear words and very seriously that in order to help themselves they better play now. Kenan can the Korean player Junkin. Who said that she turned to her partner, and I told her there them, and we are we so can give you hit you. Let's just play and do our best to the second-set starts in pretty quick. Oh, yes. China's theology told me. Both sides changed change little instead of just serving into the net. Things start to get better rally. They would get the rally going. But then as the points kept coming started notice like they were playing very slowly still really off here. They were not kidding, the bore very artificial. Now, the green team wouldn't admit this. But once said that both teams didn't change the basic fact guardian didn't handle were still trying to lose. Which say is exactly what it looks like when you watch it gets the rest of the match you get a bunch of these points where like where just dope lobbied super high as if to say, hey, smash it down on us. Take your point or they will hit it out of bounds. And then face palm just practice. Their swing after they missed one just to say, oh, you know, my mechanics are off. I just gotta just practices a few more times. Because it's like we've entered a whole third iteration of this game where it's like, they're not just trying to lose. They're trying to cover up Adleman cover a badminton. You're trying to lose what you're trying to look like you're trying to win. I don't. You know? So finally after twenty long minutes of this. The Korean team loses the match by winning it tonight. Nasty taste. Tonight is not sport. It was a disgrace. Tonight. Gone gone. Cumulated, shannon. So all four players walked off the court and Kim ha na told was not a pleasant winning at all. Parents were in the audience that day and afterwards, they asked her what happened what happened. And why why do you have to get the booze from the audiences and cetera? And I I was I was saddened field felt defeated. So I didn't even want to talk to my mom. So I remember just going into the hotel in had had also shutdown kill them and the next morning at eight o'clock or four Peres. In fact, were disqualified Cording to the disciplinary regulations are the badminton World Federation, which has a rule on the books that you can be disqualified for failing to use your best effort and the same evening. They were on the plane home. They were just thrown out of the Olympics. Scandal at the Olympic John's whole to do about the badminton player. Everyone was talking about some losers software council guy. Now tipping topping the shuttlecock into the net five year old in the backyard picnic was downright humiliating. I just said that. They were committing suicide in that tournament. Ten years should be John. It's about time the punishment hit me quite hard. I was very sad. And I felt helpless. Tune Johann I was perplexed. And didn't know what happened. We just cried. So so then what happened to the with the players like what happened? Well, all four of them did keep playing badminton professionally after this Junkin earned from Korea even went on to win the bronze in Rio. But at the time, this was a brutal punishment for all of them. Well, but you know, they did something wrong as mustn't. Right, right. I I don't even I question. Whether it's even unethical. I think it's ethical in a way what they did. Really? Well. I do I think it's ethical. Okay. So is the definition of ethics in sports to to win shore without cheating. Yes. Does that mean to win every point no, not necessarily, you know in baseball? There's the thing called the intentional water in football team will take a safety instead of punting letting the other teams score a touchdown. So this is a calculation where point here or there is not as important as the whole and the whole is the game. So okay, let's move back. Let's pan out a little more. I think an individual game is often lost. Look, we're not gonna put our good starter. Here. We're going to manage the lineup because the goal is to win the championship. And the thing to remember about these players is if what we want is players who are hyper competitive actually want to win at all costs. That's exactly why they were losing so badly because they wanted to win the overall championship at all costs. And kabaddi federation had a set of rules that all but guarantee that this would happen. Well, yeah, I mean, it's stupid to have an event where people are trying to leave if that event as a sporting event, especially at the apex of the only time people care about it seems really this is Chuck Kloster man, we called him in because he writes a lot about sports and also because he wrote the ethicist column for the New York Times magazine. Now is this a some kind of tragedy? Well, it's not I guess in less badminton's, really important to you. Then probably in this in this case, I think the thing that people got really upset about is. This is this idea of the Olympic ideal..

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Apple, Qualcomm legal battle heats up in China (The 3:59, Ep. 501)

The 3:59

04:26 min | 3 years ago

Apple, Qualcomm legal battle heats up in China (The 3:59, Ep. 501)

"Luck into the fifty nine I'm under Chiang Johnny Sussman apple mid hit a legal snag in China. Qualcomm said this morning that a Chinese court has ordered a ban on iphones in the country. Apple says it remains I remain available in the country and called this a desperate move by company whose illegal practices are under investigation. By regulators around the world, lots of sniping between the two clearly no love loss here. Keep in mind. They're they are stuck in this massive legal battle right now were apple has refused to pay Qualcomm for certain intellectual property related to the modems that apple used to us now. No longer use them. But this is serve the latest in this ongoing drama between these two titans. Right. Yeah. China's important apple. But it's not like, it's important. But it's not the it's not their biggest market. It's not. But it increasingly I think it will be the way that works out. It's not the biggest market, but it's the most growth that. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. The sheer size and the brand appealed apple one of the rare US companies that really's been successful out there. So it would be a blow if they lost the the right? That said I've covered a lot of these these bands on this product bans. Usually what happens is the other company goes in and files appeal suspends the order, and then the come work it out in the court. So I guess that's what that's what will happen. Yeah. Call came out really aggressively this more like no phones, we'll be sold here. And then apple said, wait a minute. That's not necessarily the case. So we'll see how this all shakes out. Speaking of Qualcomm chard tip, Kenan. Jessica dole cord are out with the story wrapping up last week's Snapdragon tech summit. Bottom line, the sheer amount of five news, and those lot Camille last week wasn't attempt to destabilise or road apples position the wireless world, basically, implying that if it's late to five G it's gonna be behind everyone else, and Qualcomm, I five jeez. So they're in a great position. Feels like they're, you know, sticking that knife in and twisting a bit. Yeah. Yeah. There was a lot of there were a lot of references to this other company that they would not name during the event, and it was just kind of comical to see how they would like individual one the Ike company. Yeah. The shade. There were throwing on even Meyer things. I'm just telling you earlier like the the the embrace of new photo for metha- apples been embracing like apple had to say. Well, it's it's not just this one little feature that this other company talks about it's about all these other things. So it's if you're the no you clearly hearing all the shade being thrown, do you think that it actually matters that apple that Qualcomm, and it's films will have five G? Support before up. All do you think it really matters not next year? I think if they're a year late. I don't think it's the end of the world. I mean, clearly apples facing its own challenges with with phone sales potentially in decline. But. I think most people are going to stick to they're going gonna stick to the IRS at they're used. Tune so five people five jeez. Not gonna make that. Yeah. Lastly checkout Katy called year review on how the EU has made its thirty known to Silicon Valley companies from GDP are too massive fines on Google the EU has been afraid to Walt companies like Facebook and Google. Yeah. It's it's been kind of a tough year for biggies another. I was at a conference last week. And one of the things that somebody brought up there. I thought was interesting was that in a way it makes sense that Europe's don't like hitting so hard. These companies Europe isn't there's no Mark Zuckerberg wings of hospitals in Europe. Yes. No. There's no like there's they get all of the downsides of the Facebooks and the goals and all these other big tech titans. But they don't get a lot of the upsides either. True. They're not a Roussin, donating brame Paris. Right. Yeah. And that's where I mean. I think that's why the US is definitely. That's a really good reason why it's dried its feet on privacy regulations on really holding these guys to fire. Speaking of Google per child will be testifying for congress tomorrow for full coverage on that tickets out on that I'm Rejang journey salesman. Nice listening.

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First Look: DJI Mavic 2 Zoom and Mavic 2 Pro

Digital Production Buzz

01:14 min | 4 years ago

First Look: DJI Mavic 2 Zoom and Mavic 2 Pro

"I had their live announcement to announce two new maverick to drones. And again, the rumor mill on this one was pretty spa. Hot on the first one is the magic to pro with a one inch image sensor hassle color science, and then there's the DJ I medic to'soon with a zoom -able twenty four to seventy optical zoom lens. The first of its kind in drone new features include professional grade, hyper lapsing and Dali's zoom. You know that old offered Hitchcock Steven Spielberg move where you zoom in with the lands that your Dali ING out. You can actually do that on a drone now, which is really cool. There's incredibly improved obstacle avoidance features. It will automatically recalculate your route. You can lock in your course route. So you can actually do several passes at the camera shot using the course lock feature and a thirty one minute flight time with Oltra quiet rotors the word that came to my mind when I was watching the announcement was culmination. This is like the culmination of five years of steady drone development. Into what I now see as almost the perfect aerial cinematic platform.

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Facebook eases ban on cryptocurrency related ads

24 Hour News

00:35 sec | 4 years ago

Facebook eases ban on cryptocurrency related ads

"Assets to disney that overlooks contact cast for the second time in six months facebook is a loosening span on crypto currency ads partially reversing a policy that was put in place in january content that promotes virtual tokens such as bitcoin will now be allowed what's facebook kenan sure users aren't getting scammed but ads for other risky financial products including binary options and ico's will remain blocked and that's your bloomberg business flash debra thank you dave needs sense of unease is rippling through the chinese financial markets.

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