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Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

02:19 min | 9 months ago

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"I don't really tell jokes. So i think it just not sort of what i do when i think when someone says oh jack i always think of our good friend. Kevin pollock who. I used to play poker with a lot in los angeles and kevin will be cracking up the whole table stuff. I remember joke that he told one time that. Let him right cambridge. Oh so. I'll tell. I can't wait. I love oh. My god these kevin story to back you know but I love the joke especially in kevin. Does he does all these accents. And cardinal these ten tastic hughes of the oh. I'm just on behalf of the joke. Here old greenish miller chairman sitting around a men's club and they're ruminating about their history and there's some younger men there and when the older and says oh originals captured younger champs about the time you came face to face with a man eating tiger in burma and originals only head of causing cultural experience or out in the bush search and had no idea while the movie i cooled open some of the grass and there. I was face to face with an eight hundred thousand ryan. I'm ashamed to say. I told myself what are the younger men says. Walk to miller. I wouldn't feel bad at all. Anyone were over to have that reaction with man eating lion into residences. No i meant just now when i went. I love that

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"kevin pollock" Discussed on Standup Comedy   "Your Host and MC"

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"kevin pollock" Discussed on Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

"You may remember a little over a month ago I did Cornucopia of comedy, which is basically a quick mix of a variety of entertainment in short segments. It'll move pretty quickly through the podcast. So we'll be calling this one cornucopia of comedy the sequel. I. Hope you enjoy it. Let me tell you about this podcast and what makes it so unique later on to close the podcast show, we have some music from Robert Aguado, talented musician of Venice Beach California. You may recognize him he was on the love boat. Anyway he did the theme song for our TV show live at laughs. So we're GONNA share that with you. Later, we also have comic ventriloquist. Jay Johnson and remember from the SOAP TV show. Also, the very funny impressionist Kevin pollock you'll recognize for many movies. He's a longtime poker player and has had his two of his own HBO specials we have Big Daddy himself, Jeff Wayne doing short set. You'll recognize him from comic relief in a song put together by Carlos. Saleh's rocky who does a lot of cartoons and was also on Reno nine one one And now let's kick off this Cornucopia of comedy the Sequel Our I act today is runny Kenny. This guy was a premier master of ceremonies. He does a lot of great quick jokes in was always, very entertaining. The comics open and has done stand up on stage for over thirty years. So let's hear a little bit of runny Kenny. Thank you very much. Is excited about doing I got too excited today. I did a setup tried when those lately. I got real lightheaded I. Stop that immediately boy. I got up grabbed a beer and a cigarette and laid back down again an. Exercise Guy. You are what you eat. What's that supposed to mean? Look deep fry people. Got To get new friends. My friends are always bragging about their exercise. Irani are invite models today. That's great. I own a car. I drove forty miles with a beer between my legs. Buddies drink whisky there's a I don't know whiskey drinkers are smarter than beer drinkers but they they do think fast they come out a great excuses got trouble. It's like a cop pulls over a whiskey drinker you're speeding I've got to go on eighty five on the radar. Possible. So this is a stealth car. I bought from the Air Force you can't see it on the radar. About go ahead there. Same Cop pulls over a beer drinker receding of course, is speeding amount of beer. CANS are empty in the back if like. Cops are serious. Any of cops ask dumb questions or I don't know what the right answer is. I got pulled over recently cop says you always drive that fast. yesterday I do. Glad, you finally stopped me I was getting tired. Oh Yeah. Did you know you're leaving? Is it? Yeah by those doing darn well for somebody says much to drink as I have. L. Aspens, wrong answer. There's nothing funny about drunk driving. We all agree with that but there's a law that goes too far. It's an every state in the union. Did you know this? You can now be arrested for drunk driving on a bicycle. Yeah Just amazes me was that a major problem in this country. Guys are selling crack shoot newsies. We can't get go for a bike ride. Can't wait to see these commercials before you touch that Kick Stan. You've been drinking don't get behind those handlebars Mr. Friends don't let friends pedal drunk. What happens you too drunk to get home? You call a toll free number guy comes out on a bicycle built for two. All.

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"kevin pollock" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

12:54 min | 1 year ago

"kevin pollock" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Legend online right now Kevin Pollock you ever did you have you have you have you hung with Rick Telander D. D. I. E. yeah yeah I had a moment of real brick I met Rick we came out to our roe Conn show broadcast before cubs Sox game I believe it was actually the U. I. Jimenez Homer game at Wrigley while the lights were rich came and talked a little baseball and then he was just done with with roll this past week use on with roads I don't know that what's up Rick Telander horribly yeah I'm good looking we do says alleged just means you're old that's all well you you're you're not old you're mature and you are a legend that's what I'm saying okay yeah I'll check that I like that mature right yeah can I start Richard Roeper was on the E. S. or day for the last half hour and I was talking with him about the last dance and first always to plug that Rick and rich have a podcast together it's sometimes that kind of dedicated very jealous is a last chance want to be a guest on it since you guys that covered it but which was telling me because I was talking about just the the overall branded how cool Jordan always looked on the court and all this post game interviews with the suits and and rich MRT blanking on there was a a clothing store that the ball at Jordan got his suits from Bigsby Crowther's is that that what it was I think I'm rich claim that that you might still have a suit from there from that area your closet is that accurate or was he Messin with Paul that's beyond accurate I'd not only have sued I've got I think I've got like six sport coats from there and it's all that you know find it Tallien silk thread you up he had looked good in the nineties that was the thing you know we were kind of like modern day spots if you will but yeah basically close the whole deal the Silverbird brothers I think they had a one point there like three or four big hitting corners and they have big billboards all over it was it was the coolest thing yet you know Jordan would look bad or whatever he's wearing even if he was wearing like a Broadway backwards some of those you know Nike things so he always look great so all the rest of it just follow the law listen before I go on I have to give a big shout out to my body Steve Chapman Lucy national columnist for the Tribune Chicago Tribune and great writer good guy and I talked to said in his I'm in a little while ago and he's listening I just I know you got your jammies and you know you're ready for that well that night yeah before you know tell me quit yeah I just I need to say that because I'm sorry I'm glad to do that Steve feel free to text in any stories you want to embarrass wreck about three one two nine eight one seven two hundred speaking of Rick Telander in the nineties KP I have my I feel like I I need to tell the story that my first ever recreational basketball team was at the Deerfield multiplex and they put you assign a team and I've got to play alongside the great Rick Telander who couldn't shoot at all but would actually knock you down and play some sort of defense and and I felt like I had to play hard because Rick was playing you you set the tone for a calendar yeah well you know what I can tell you carried the ball and it drove me crazy you have you started out your dislike young guns it has like the poem thank you Hey Bob Cousy all that immediately like you know me give the ball up but you did that so yeah yeah how many young guys you got a one year old you know not older you're turning in your devious and your band you love bigger and stronger than like the little we you know teenagers coming off beat the crap out of that's pretty much how it goes you know that I do I do if you were you you you're a competitor as you still are Rick and so I'm sure it could be it's something nowadays what what's that no no I feel guilty that I I missed the interview on Rochelle but I'm curious like what's been your biggest take away from the last dance so forget it I you've you've been all over the screen Rick Tyler it's kind of been fun to watch well you know listen the guy the director Jason hair came to Chicago I you know I don't even know how long ago that was I think was it at least two years ago in all honesty and so I don't you remember what I said at all so every time I come on I'm like you know dear god don't say something really stupid and he's been very good so far did corroborate things I'm saying that makes me look like a fool but you know this is definitely my biggest takeaways with the drama of that I'm really excited Richard well but I have decided not to look at any of the because what we all we have done because with you know with the press we could review them early but he looked at them but it was a while ago I did not look at all because I didn't want to understand a little bit but I want to see it the same way people viewers are seeing it in the queue up to so five five weeks in a row tempor up because each one is that the fifteen minutes and you know this is gonna build it well you know like get to answer the main question which is the one that I think everybody comes up with this why was this the end why was this the last step what happened what you know why is this possible you know do you have the best team in basketball and your likely going to win another championship why would you ever break up the team I don't but I think you know services correct me if I'm wrong but I don't I don't know I don't think it's unprecedented in the history of our major pro sports you do that I just can't imagine the team saying that John manager present anybody send that through like an NBA NFL team you guys win the Super Bowl it's out of here if you want it or not is the we're breaking up struggle over we are talking Armand I earlier about it and I was saying is is is the last dances they were premiering a couple weeks ago how in the world if you're not running this team in the mid nineties nineteen ninety seven you just want your fifth title you have the most popular famous athlete ever one of the most likable teams ever how are you not walking up to Michael Jordan Phil Jackson handing them the keys and saying do whatever the hell you want for as long as you want it's it's you guys ride it out I I just I just had to cut a question I was asking karma can maybe get a better perspective on it why was Jerry Krause so adamant about moving on from Phil Jackson like what am I missing with that relationship where it seems like he was a likable guy and got along with everybody but what what was the driving force for Jerry Krause to say no you can go eighty two and but we're done with filled as the coach good question yeah what no Kelly and mark that is the fundamental question why and you really can't answer it simply because he really has to do with personalities and has your needs that has to do with psychology it has to do with the credit it has to do with why huge amount to do with pride and flawed human flaws and that's what we're gonna be ten episodes to actually explain all that it is you know what part of the thing one thing that I don't think well maybe it is covered in this but I kind of was thinking about the other day I believe that Chicago in general and Jerry Krause and Jerry Reinsdorf and maybe even some of the bulls maybe even so Jackson turned except they got tired with all the championship the English like championship with T. all told if you could talk Joe Neel who was the ticket Baghdad that may be the busiest most important gotten Chicago during those those years because it made the planet wanted tickets to the bulls game every celebrity every movie star the rock and roll star every everybody had you know every dignitary they all wanted tickets Mister Joe dealt with all of that if he felt he said yeah I'm not sure I agree with this complete but he scored that everybody's kind of ready to move on they couldn't take anymore there was so much tension so much fatigue there were so many T. V. cameras there were journalists from I mean from France from Germany from Japan from China from Australia they were Croatia because Tony to such a work they did the locker room was not a lot to lose more like a a kind of on the move I don't know TV studio it was just crazy the players were not playing the game I think Dennis Rodman says the last episode you can I play the game for free I get paid for all this other crap I got to go to Iraq you know this to be for social media and all that it was very difficult I don't know if I agree with that because a good I mean I kind of do but it's a great site office Walmart Jerry Reinsdorf who's got this kind of almost passive aggressive I hired these people to let them do their job where he could have solved that they was got a tip and just save Jerry Krause pay that guy to Christ's sake this is one in a million players right now you have to pay anybody else knowing that he's going to say Hey you renegotiated contract with Scotty Pippen I deserve one too no nobody's gonna say that only got better than it was Michael Jordan so in Jordan's way underpaid didn't complain about it partly because he's making like fifty million dollars a year up to court from you know jump man good night you all the rest of the darkness Haynes I mean I can remember all the darkness yeah big time was when Donald that savvy he was yes yep yep he was America no I well I I I just wanna listen you're there you'll watch it all the stuff you know I just had to be down there at the United center and traveling around but you're in Chicago watching all this stuff and you don't need did you get a sense that people here got kind of casual use Google winning up to six one five two five thousand would be the six and eight years that they were like you know yeah it's interesting let's rebuild not not thinking as always so I gotta tell you just because I've been around this business long at that point you have a genius in the upper class three event though you have to Vinci you know you got he maybe where it may have course you got Michael Jordan in the house you do whatever is needed yeah I said well you know if we if we listen to it Jerry would say very fast we listen to Michael Jordan we have bugs buzz Peterson on the TV you know small you know average white guards in North Carolina yeah my my response always was if he was on the team with Jordan they were the one chance the the out that part always bother me like ugly found Steve Curley yes okay Steve Kerr was found by the Cleveland Cavaliers you'd still be the twelfth guy there and you never heard of them Jordan made all these guys look great and you made you made your email Jerry Krause look right you wrote Phil Phil you Rick teller you wrote a little bit about help but but a ton about Jerry Krause and I was I don't know scrolling through the internet the other day and I come across this article from nineteen ninety three it was in this sports illustrated wall despite the sleuth and it is I was I was texting you everything is stood the test of time it lays it all out so I'm just curious what was your relationship like with Jerry has got a lot of quotes with them in here I'm curious like what was what was it like for you to deal with them were you friends were you ever Sir is that what was that well you know I was on the I'm still writing for Sports Illustrated right about the bulls and then in ninety five I came through the sometimes is a columnist for the ninety three has focused more posted it and I read about Jordan at J. cross course knew who I was because I was on the sports channels on TV with you know you guys read the little Gleason bill Giles Ben Bradlee show more show even about Mike Molly goes on towards the end and great show off the mountain you know so I knew about that and he knew who I was use the Chicago driver's identity cargo for ever and ever and also we were talking you know you say you're out in fact cannot imitate your company if you ever hear anything I'll.

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"kevin pollock" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"kevin pollock" Discussed on WGN Radio

"By the friends are friends from Poland joining us here in Chicago to share their experiences and expertise in the fight against this disease and offering a winning hand to the local hospitals that are in section in a team of nine doctors nurses and logistics experts spent time recently helping with Italy's response to the pandemic they'll be in Chicago through may first and badly needed federal money for small businesses is expected to begin flowing again by Monday morning as a part of the so called paycheck protection program it'll resume this after a delay caused by lawmakers in Washington to re fund that program WGN sports night rounds two and three in the twenty twenty NFL draft the bears had two picks in the second round of the first they spent their first pick in the second round on a tight end the first tight end in fact we drafted this year he's got local ties W. G. as Kevin Powell bears are bringing home a a local kid colt combat is name is a tight end out of Notre Dame he grew up in lake parents and with the same fighter high school in Arlington Heights forgoing his senior season at Notre Dame to enter the draft and now the bears selecting coal combat that's the bears first pick of the twenty twenty draft they did not have a first rounder that pick went to the raiders and part of the coal mac trade so the first pick for the Chicago Bears this year's coal comment out of Notre Dame commits the bears the to let in the pick of the second round forty third overall in the draft bears took six foot hundred ninety three pound Utah cornerback Jaylen Johnson with the eighteenth pick in the second round he goes fiftieth overall in the twenty twenty NFL draft bears have five more picks coming up Saturday one in the fifth two in the sixth and two more in the seventh golf courses across Illinois will be permitted to reopen Friday may first there's a long list of restrictions and will turn back to double digits Kevin power for those in need of what your tee time online or over the phone players will be grouped into sums flags cannot be removed from the Cup and government officials one courses to elevate the bottom of the Cup so golfers can retrieve the ball without having to put their hand all the way down the Cup clubhouses halfway houses will be closed and you'll have to walk no writing cards allow you have to either carry your bag or bring your own pull cart Kevin Pollock WGN sports and I'm Dick Vaughn on Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN today's horoscope brought.

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"kevin pollock" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"kevin pollock" Discussed on KGO 810

"Kevin Pollock great actor comedian and San Jose kid joins us next KGO eight ten special report corona virus update on Christopher Cruz more staggeringly bad unemployment news from the labor department today another five point two million Americans filed for unemployment benefits for the first time last week that brings the total number of Americans who become unemployed to twenty two million since the corona virus pandemic began here it's the largest and fastest rise in first time jobless claims since the department of labor started tracking this in nineteen sixty seven lenders have used up all three hundred fifty billion dollars available for loans to small and mid size businesses to keep their workers on the payroll correspondent Bob Costantini says there's disagreement in Congress now about adding another two hundred fifty billion to the fund was Congress not set to come back until may fourth at the earliest passing additional money will require unanimous consent during house and Senate pro forma session president trump expected to announce new guidelines late this afternoon aimed at getting the economy up and running he announced an easing of restrictions in some areas when Christopher Cruz New York governor Andrew Cuomo today extended his stay at home water may fifteenth because virus infections continue you still have two thousand people every day about all walking into a hospital for the first time or for being diagnosed with covert for the first time and two thousand is still a lot of people but the good news is it means we can control the virus right we can control the spread Los Angeles and Washington DC have already extended their orders until the middle of next month Britain has extended its order for at least three more weeks schools pubs restaurants and most shops there are closed late word actor Brian Dennehy has died he was a versatile and award winning character actor in movies and on stage he died of natural causes in new haven Connecticut last night he was eighty one the Dow was off a hundred ninety points at this hour when Christopher crew balance of nature changing the world one life at a time well teenagers no question your products you great products I mean it's it's very very good I own a couple of businesses so I'm on the goal line there's no doubt that the energy level increased your college is very very good I can live without thank you for your time thank you for the information and we talk to Dr our you're my best until we got a great great product.

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"kevin pollock" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"kevin pollock" Discussed on WGN Radio

"A looming medical crisis it's a two hundred and fifty page bill that some estimate will cost a trillion dollars that is a daunting price tag except when you put it in context of the American economy and what it takes to put keep us on track or put us back on track Illinois senator Dick Durbin says they're working to get more money for hospitals and medical club a quick man he says if the number of cover nineteen cases increases dramatically it will quickly over run the system turning to the crisis in Italy the country recorded a tie is day to day rise in the number of virus deaths with six hundred twenty seven more deaths in the twenty four hours since Italy surpassed China on Thursday the total now stands at four thousand thirty two WGN sports here's Kevin pal thank you Kim six time Super Bowl champ Tom Brady's officially signed a two year contract with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers saying he's embarking on a quote new football journey the forty two year quarterback spent the first twenty years of his career with the patriots announced his decision today on Instagram that he is officially joining the Bucks a deal worth thirty million dollars per season around the NFL the Steelers agreeing on a two year twelve million dollar deal with Eric Ebron falcons agreeing to a one year contract with three time Pro Bowl running back Todd girly just a day after he was cut by the rams and former bears safety ha ha Clinton Dix signing with the cowboys in the Olympic flame has arrived in Japan from Greece it was greeted in a scaled down ceremony at an air base in northern Japan the flames a touchdown today amid questions about whether the Tokyo games can open as scheduled on July twenty fourth because of the corona virus pandemic on the whole the Blackhawks with was a wild cats and white Sox baseball Kevin Pollock WGN sports your money on WGN the Dow closed down nine hundred thirteen points today nasdaq down to seventy one.

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"kevin pollock" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"kevin pollock" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Acre campus in Lafayette construction could begin as soon as this summer I Pam Jones with community corners on WGN radio WGN sports here's Kevin pounding scandal the sex between the white Sox and mariners in spring training play socks trail five to one comes down four one to the Rangers and cubs reliever Brad Witt has had surgery for a normal heart flutter is out indefinitely the team says an error a regular harpy was discovered during the twenty eight year old lefty spring training physical wick underwent a cardiac ablation at northwestern hospital Memorial Hospital in Chicago on Monday returned to Arizona two days later round baseball red Sox lefty Chris sale start the season on the injured list the former white Sox pitcher reported to camp with pneumonia he's behind schedule Blackhawks enter tonight's matchup with the lightning in Tampa Bay eight points out of the wild card just nineteen games remain on their schedule to be Corey Crawford Annette pregame at five thirty with Chris Boden face off at six with John and Troy college hoops in Evanston Northwestern hosting Illinois in the previous five matches have been tight between the two schools each games decided by an average of four points pregame at six forty five tip off at seven with Dave Benett enjoy Byron WGN radio dot com in a M. one thousand could Tom Brady's time with the patriots be over according to an ESPN report today Brady operating under the belief he will enter free agency to place somewhere other than New England next season in the NFL network reported today that Brady's representatives have met with the Chargers raiders and colts at the NFL scouting combine the home of a black **** northwestern Wildcats and white Sox baseball Kevin Pollock WGN sports your money on WGN the Dow closed down one thousand one hundred ninety points today nasdaq down for fourteen the S. and P. five hundred down a hundred thirty seven points I'm Kim Gordon and Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN here's the thing saving money with geico was almost better than playing pickup basketball because.

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"kevin pollock" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"kevin pollock" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Twenty four million bucks and you know we talked Jim. We talked about Kris of few weeks ago. Oh who's what happens I Garrett Cole signs or Super Bowl fifty you know right and Garrett Cole signs before week fifteen in the NFL all season unreal so as a matter of fact. It's two weeks until Christmas and the Yankees. He's have coal in their stockings. Where am I heard that one? Where have I heard Great Great Guide and Mike Delta Authority an hour one mic? Drop that in the beanie of our show Brockman. I hadn't heard that line before and we're like Whoa and then my brother is driving around. Text me off. That's the top of the It's the headline atop the Los Angeles Times. Got A guy from Colorado calling and saying that's the instagram align at the MLB used to it's six million Liam followers last night. It was the first time I'd heard it. Thank you. It was nice. It wasn't it was news to us. But it was broken. Twelve hours Adrian Gonzalez. This is going to join us in studio. I just had a nice chat with him Last time I saw him was the dinner. We all had with family after his daughter and my daughter performed expertly in a local theater performance of frozen junior. Yeah our kids perform together play soccer together and now The dads are going to have a little bit of Down five time. Major League Baseball all-star All star Adrian Gonzalez who's got a lot going on in his career And he's going to be joining us here shortly. And what a date with everything that's going on in Major League Baseball Garrett Cole signing in Strasbourg signing and now rundown is on the market and who's GonNa go grab him can the nationals a key to the dodgers go for him now that the dodgers missed on-call the dodgers. Did you hear who their plan B. is now for Coal Madison Bumgarner. All right well apparently is interested in joining the dodgers. Let's do it so how about that. What if you're if if you are? Let's say this molest this Adrian Gonzales. You're left handed hitter okay and and you you occasionally occasionally more often than not you platoon all right. You have to go to dodger stadium for three-game set real Kershaw Bumgarner. Do you bring your bat that with you or I don't even bring my glove. I don't bring my spikes. I don't bring anything like my hat. That's it to sit on the bench pretty much. It's it I I don I mean. Let's not yourselves Jeff Passan of ESPN will join us. Top of hour number three Kevin pollock will be in studio As well from the Marvelous Mrs Mazel. He's a die hard bay area sports fan as well. He'll be joining us..

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"kevin pollock" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

12:38 min | 2 years ago

"kevin pollock" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Never never thought. About it, actually. No way me. Neither. What is somebody asks Bruce Cohen himself? Caitlyn? Now what somebody asked that person? Okay. Michigan because again in nineteen seventy six Bruce Jenner. Was the top athlete. Onerous. Tire planet. We need bucks. Oh, yes. Simple question. Caitlyn Bruce who to call you? What are your thoughts about in nineteen seventy six instead of the decathlon you decided to compete against the women in the path lawn. Bruce Jenner now, Caitlyn says he's always felt like he was a girl or a woman. So how I want to know what the response would be from that person. And now I'm already going to be called a big for the entire rest of the show. So we might as well get into the show billions. I do not polo you watch the billions, no. It's on Sunday night on Showtime. It's about billionaire investors. And the southern district of New York that has the US attorney's office, the attorney general of New York the attorney Joe the United States. It's all it's the inner weavings of big money big finance big government. And it's pretty good very well acted some of it is pretty far fetched. But it's pretty pretty good acting. Well, one character on the show is a woman is an actress, I guess was in the orange is the new black. I guess the the person's already is on there too has a shaved head attractive enough human being. Culture, self Taylor Mason, that's the name on the show. But the preferred pronouns are they in van and every single show they have to do paragraphs in paragraphs in paradise dialogue where they call this person. They invent this is where we are. Now, they even brought in Kevin Pollock as Taylor's father on the program who was referring to Taylor as her, and she when she was a little girl, and we always thought of her is bumped up, and she's completely beside herself. Everybody else in this office agrees to call me about my preferred pronouns, except you my father, and even when there is some sort of a scene where there's a big scam or big scenario setup to beat her their firm. They still say they invent the entire dialogue of the show actually tweeted this out last week. I said, you know, at some point billions, you do realize that we're over they invent crap. Right. You don't have to keep on doing. We get it. It's almost as if the lines are written to normalize calling a singular person, a plural pronoun. It doesn't make any sense. It's incorrect. By any stretch of the English language. It's incorrect. It is not correct. It is wrong. To keep calling this person. They in them. You have to keep doing it to try to normalize it. It's almost like normalising the burkini. It's almost like normalising, you know, you can attack conservative speech and keep conservatives out of teaching jobs. But if you try to do that with the progressive or liberal, you're in big trouble. You're a big at your no good guy. That's where we are. So now, we're trying to normalize because we keep on courtesy stories. Keep on coming up. Now. Try to normalize people. Born is men competing against the women, and they're going to keep on shoving at dinner throat until we say, this is normal. Why are you such up? And that's where it's going to be. And if somebody like me decides to say, wait a second I'm going to science here. I'm a bigot. I'm going to go with with HR among bigot only go with the DNA chromosomes genitals. You're a bigot. And they're gonna keep on saying it till people stop telling the truth. And if you don't stop telling the truth, if you keep telling the truth like, I do we have a lot of fun to thankfully. But if I keep telling the truth, somebody will go on Twitter and say something like, well, maybe when you die we can advance as a society nether hoping for the death, actually guy right me the other day. I was commenting on how ridiculous. It was. Joe Biden was running. I'm sorry creepy. Joe Biden, the groper was running for president and his agenda. His campaign slogan seems to be the guy in there now is a racist. You need me, and I outlined how wrong he was in talking about the president talking about very fine people on both sides. The guy wrote me like two paragraphs about how he wishes nothing. But the worst for my family, he hopes they tragedy befalls us so on and so forth. I'm a Nazi because I believe in Neo Nazis and white supremacists. Being fine people which is not what the president said. And a wrote the guy back and said, this is really who you are. I used Joe Biden's line is that we are. Is that really who you are? Are you the guy who would walk up to me in the street and say, hey, screw you pags? I want you and your family to die or have horrible luck. Or I want the worst things ever to happen to you. I said is that really what you mean to say? Would you say to me, they would you say that to me if you saw the grocery store at a gas station at the gym would you yelled at you want horrible things to befall my family. An issue wrote back, and he said, no, I I apologize. I I went too far, but I was really upset about you questioning Joe Biden. And said, well, why not just be upset about that talk about that? Specifically and not wish death upon me. You know what I mean? Any seemed to get it. But carry their over seven billion people enter that only I can educate everybody so filled with hate. So before we hit the brake. Do me a favor. Give me the actual story about the protests now because they're not letting them in compete against the women, and it will take some phone calls on it as well. And again, Michael Theresa get to you when we get back from the daily caller, a transgender powerlifters, speaking out against a USA powerlifting ban on transgender athletes alleged it isn't fair to ban an entire class of people from an elite sport JC Cooper thirty-one as a biological male who identifies as a transgender woman Cooper competed as a female in September two thousand eighteen the athletes Twitter describes Cooper as a queer and trans fat fleet. Powerlifter DJ 'em librarian throw a what? Theft left a trans fat fleet. I have never heard of that. I do not know. I did. Void in the food. Feth lead. Now transfat. After a woman in potato chips. After competing as a woman in numerous high level competitions Cooper registered to compete in USA powerlifting event and was rejected. It took me back for said BBC news reported I didn't want to put myself into a situation where obviously wasn't welcome USA. Powerlifting tonight Cooper's application in December barring Cooper from competing against women. The sport because Cooper is biologically male. According to out sports, male to female, transgenders are not allowed to compete as females and are static strength sports as it is a direct competitive advantage. USA P L therapeutic use exemptions committee chair. Christopher told Cooper in an Email explaining the rejection, transgender male to female individuals having gone through puberty conferring unfair competitive advantage over non transgender females due to increased bone density and muscle mass from purity exposure to testosterone and also Cooper in January out sports reported rules set by the world anti doping agency require Cooper to apply for an exemption to compete at Cooper takes the drug spirit lactone. Lower to sauce, Jerome's polls. I couldn't hear you. I. That there are no lack tune while. I'm going to go with that mistake with that similarly transgender athletes who wish to compete at the Olympic level must have testosterone levels within the International Olympic Committee accepted range for two years prior to competition Cooper's to saucer levels at here to those limits. NBC reported democratic Minnesota Representative Ilan Omar in January sent a letter on Cooper's behalf to Minnesota. Attorney general Keith Ellison urging him to investigate USA powerlifting over it's discriminatory. Behaviour Amore also said the assertion that transgender women have direct competitive advantage over there, biologically female peers is a myth right will Martin idiot. And and I say that not because of her religion or her raise no her gender. I saved because he's clearly not into science and doesn't understand anything at thirty one years old of your state, if you're taking the what did you say spirit alone or some crap. Yeah. If you're taking that to lower your testosterone level does that change the? The fact that you had an elevated level compared to women or girls your entire upbringing up till then when did this person decide that he was going to live like a woman one of his persons start taking testosterone blockers does this person have the normal thicker bone structure of a man over women. Does this person have thicker muscle bodies that were through puberty that were gaining strength and mass and size because of testosterone naturally occurs in men have much higher levels than women. If so do you really think that having a lower testosterone level, like I'll give you an example. I am a big manly. Man, you and I talked about you. Tell me every day. Hey, you're a big, man. That conversation the proper context now, although in paraphrase property. It's kinda hey, what's happened in manly, man? So I had to secure cancer. And I had the the CRT the cancer testicle removed after which while we started doing blood tests might testosterone level was lower than what it should be at my age. So we changed diet. You started supplementing this that and the other and you want to get that level back to where it was I have a lower level now naturally because of the cancer that I had and then we make sure that we do what we have to do to get it to the normal range because I had lower levels of testosterone. Because my cancer carries that I can go in and compete in powerlifting competitions against women. So artificially decreasing the testosterone. This man has now does that change the fact that he was a male entire life gaining the benefits of testosterone for muscular, thicker bones? And and the Billy to lift every your stuff, I'm going to say, no. I'm gonna go with I didn't become a woman because my doctoral level was lower. After my surgery. You agree with that? Right. Yes. Yes. So I wasn't a woman for a while before me. You're not. Wasn't female. But if I wanted to go and play against the female football team. I could have right because I was. Level was low like there's now still cutting. So the words you're saying that's unscientific in stupid. I am saying that. Yes. Yes. Eight eight nine four one pags joepags dot com. Only here thoughts on this. And again, look, I'm always willing to have this discussion of this argument. Look at again, live like a woman, if you're a man if you want live like a man, if you're a woman if you want I don't care, you're free liberated person that doesn't bother me. What bothers me is when you think that we have to allow you to classify yourself as the opposite gender for competitive reasons. That's that's kinda dumb ended eight nine four one pags joepags dot com. Stay right here. This is the kill pags Clayton back entertainment. Stalk snake? Twin cities news talk dot com. Relief.

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"kevin pollock" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"kevin pollock" Discussed on KGO 810

"But that's only one piece of it. You can't they're still going to come. They're still going to be flooding across. Wall. And okay. What do you want to say in that law? Do you wanna say no matter how desperate you are? We're not gonna let you in. No. But you have to apply in the country of origin. Or the law says the first country that you come to Steed. If you were in the US, Stephen doesn't say that that is not the law. The law does not say the first country that you come to there's nowhere in international law that that is stated nor in United States law. That's something that's been traveling around the internet. But I looked it up to find out for certain end. It is not true. It is absolutely positively untrue. So but. But in their own countrymen. All right. So let's let's say you're in Guatemala. Let's say you're in Guatemala, and you've got a daughter who's nine years old and a son who's thirteen let's say that there have already been overtures made toward your family threats made toward your family that these drug traffickers are ogling your daughter, and you're pretty sure that they're going to get her pretty soon, and they're telling your son that he has to come to work with them. And if he doesn't he's going to they're going to kill the entire family. Are you going to wait there and apply for asylum? Or are you going to get your family the hell out? Mexico. They will let me well, they may. I mean, obviously there ten thousand of them in Mexico right now. But again, Steve you just said it, you would flee. That's what they're doing. Eight tennis the telephone number. You're listening to k GIO Pat Thurston on K G O eight ten so Joe Biden is going to run. And I guarantee you it's because Democrats think Trump can beat a woman that's a sound wrong. They could be right. But personally, I think Harrison aiming Koba would make Trump there. I didn't say what you think I just said, but I will say with Nikki at three I'm ready to take the next step. I'm ready for university. That will help me advance in my education and career versity that will make me feel supported and connecting ready for ODU online. Click or go to online dot you today. Dennis miller. Dennis Miller option. You will hear my uncensored take on current events politics. Pop culture and anything else that crosses my mind. Our friend in Carvey has just look at chew. All growed up church lady. Very. Angry. Dennis Miller option is free to get on apple podcast, Google podcasts. Or where you get your puck. From the Westwood One podcast network. K G O's. Mark Thompson found out that move to LA glamorous movie star you give up your bay area routes. Kevin Pollock one of the original bay area. Kids who has maintained his devotion to the giants. You went to L A. You hate it on the dodgers still do don't understand why they're allowed to about forty movies in the ninety six of them really good so much like my beloved San Francisco my batting average. Not so great ever know who'll stop by the Mark Thompson show, weekdays ten to noon on K G O eight every morning. The McDonald's kitchen is a symphony assisting tufty mcmuffin syphilis. To the. Well, other.

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"kevin pollock" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

11:25 min | 2 years ago

"kevin pollock" Discussed on KGO 810

"To the Mark Thompson show on a G O eight ten. Mark Thompson here on KOA. Ten giants. Home opener will get in say despite some raindrops opening pitch might be bit delayed. But they will play baseball is the word. Kevin Pollock one of the original bay area. Kids who has maintained his devotion to the giants. Even when he left the bay area, and you went to L A. You hate it on the dodgers still do don't understand why they're allowed to play. Although I do wanna thank them for suiting up for the World Series. That was nice. Cleats and everything. It's not over until they're defeated in every way in your mind. That's exactly right. Yeah. The worst fans that ever lived, and well, I never stopped talking. Kevin Pollock has done so much of you have questions or thoughts for one five eighty eighty eight ten I wanna talk more about a marvelous MRs Mazel in a moment. Yes. Nancy and Los Gatos, all the scouts. Yes. Love's gonna Nancy you're with Martin and Kevin Polycom cagey. Oh, hi, Nancy. Hi, thank you. Hey, kevin. Do you? Remember, I think I talked to you about twenty years ago about Mr. Walker your P E teacher at John Mary junior high. Yes. Coach walker. Yes. He's in the other room listening on the radio, and I'm sure he wants to say hi to you. But he told me to mention about him opening up the gym for you and four or five other guys. Larry track was one of them guys that go in the gym. And then he'd go in the faculty dining room, and and open it up, and you guys go in there and hang out on the couch and television jokes and. Wasn't worked out. He keeps talking about it. So anyway, I just wanna let you know, he retired five years ago, and he taught for fifty years PE department, and so we're really proud of them, and he just wants to say hi to you. And hope you're doing well. And I love marvelous MRs Mazel, thank you very much this coach Walker had an unbelievable influence on me that she didn't even mention which is turned me onto Cheech and Chong, and he and I would recite bits from their comedy album. Let's wait for him to get on the line. If he is on the line, you're gonna pass the phone to him Nancy or do a real quick because we got a we gotta run into. Oh, it's okay. So anyways, we went on the ski trip, and I I was declared shotgun and his I want to say Volkswagen van. I remember that's pieces of this. And we're listening to cheating in the way up into Santa Claus. And his old lady. You know, remember that and the guy someone got really small really small much smaller. So I just remember to unite quoting bits from cheeky Chong album, when I was sort of getting my, you know, those were the years from ten to sixteen where I was building momentum to be a comedian and to have that sort of influence who is an authoritative figure had great influence over me. And so all love and and congrats to to coach Walker. Thanks for the call Nancy. Yeah. For one five eighty eight ten if you have anything for Kevin of lot of questions about you. Do you know you came up through comedy, very funny without impressions, but impressions? To become a big part of your act. Come to start a whole bunch of callers are. Yeah. Initially, the act was just impression. I see. Yeah. At first, and it took a while to get my own voice. In fact, a another great bay area comedian when I first started was a guy named Marty. Cohen and Marty went onto become party hardy Marty on solid gold TV show. Yeah. Yeah. And member he was a made, man. And I was this young picture twenty twenty one in San Francisco comedy seeing just got to town from San Jose and an haven seeing me perform and afterwards. He said, you know, when you're material catches up with your stage presence. You're going to be something because you have you really took charge. Always great confidence on stage. And even on talk shows where you'd see people intimidated by Johnny Carson, for example. But you went out there, and like just grabbed it, I don't know what that was. I don't know where it came from. Honestly, it was almost involuntary. It was so inset into my psych psyche and demeanor. I don't even think it was a fake until you make it I really felt comfortable in the most ridiculous situations going on the tonight to Carson as you mentioned right to the couch. Not doing stand up. Just an in backstage waiting to go out arguably the most nerve wracking situation of the year. But for me it felt like Christmas morning. I was just excited and I say Christmas morning as do because as a California Jew. We were practically Kathy. Talk to me about MRs Mazel because this thing's exploded yellows, MRs is huge. It's an international sensation. Yeah. And you just need to get two day shipping on Amazon and all the programming is free. It really is absurd to be honest. I hadn't been part of anything where people use the word zeitgeist fortunate to be in some pretty big films, and some successful things gainfully employed all these years, but not to this level. It's very very rewarding. The work is challenging and intimidating and therefore rewarding were were figuratively. And literally being rewarded the shows picked up something like thirty eight awards only its first two years. I finally got a little piece of hardware myself the sag award for best ensemble each one of us got one. So that was exciting. But you know, you go to these award shows, and by the end of it you've won everything in the audience like that single clap over these guys ago. I I'd seen that as a fan of the war child never been there in the room when it happened to you, very strange, very fun. But international part of the schedule is there's a New York. Premier for each season. But also European premiere impress tour where they fly over this year was in Milan. I don't know the sort of troubles. They had with Americans going to Milan celebrity nature, but we each embody guard with a firearm in the small of their backs in one night, we went out to dinner together. And we walked back from the restaurant to town. I was with in stride with Tony shillue when I said. These guys weren't wearing a kevlar. These guys were seen the godfather when Michael and his new bride or walk into the hillside, and they've got sort of bodyguards in front of them and behind them. That's what it felt like, and I said to Tony was laughing keep them laughing. I said shouldn't we be in Catholic? Why why are they why the bodyguards protective, but we're not really need kevlar because I was just googling you. And there's a website which claims your immortal, so you have that going for you. Well, that's because there are many death scenes that I've been in. I'm guessing. That's very funny. But yet so to Tony pointed out there wearing the kevlar Kevin because they're trying to take bullets for us. Oh, good. Then. Yeah. I don't want them to dive. And I do want to see them dive in front of me. To catch. The bullet remarkable to me that you know, you'd think this especially since you, you know, we were sort of oriented toward television network television, and then cheers. And now all of these other platforms exists Netflix Amazon. So here's this Amazon prime which is where this huge hit. Marvelous. Mrs Mazo lives, right? But you don't think of it as having international premieres like them because again, it's sort of a platform that we're not used to quite yet. That's right. That's right. And that's show is John Norris in Indonesia. I don't even know what that means. I just had something they relate back to us. They like the I'm guessing they like the there's a there's a visual spectacular. Going on. Sure music music, the wardrobe the set design everything that it is a magical place even spill was quoted as saying it's his favorite musical since fiddler on the roof the show is which they should put on the poster. So I think it is it is a magical place that people escaped life from to go to and that that has a big part of it. Yes. It must mean that these budgets. I mean to do a show like that with these sort of spectacular scenes and they've lie the cast. I know that many parts of models Paris thing. And yet at the beginning of season, two episodes. We shot took place in the Catskills and season two. We didn't of course, the cat goes. But when you did go to family resort the Scott family resort about three and a half hours north of New York. And that was a great trip for the cast and crew because we all stayed in the same towel. And it was like an away game sort of thing. We're all together out of the comfort of our own homes or hotels, the casting crew have a sense as you do of. Wow. This is really something we didn't shooting season one. Of course, we went into season two having picked up a couple of big things, but the AMI's. We're we're we're really big thing. And that just happened this last September from season one even though season two was about to drop and. Yes. So the thing is very strange. In fact, my neighbor random on a walk yesterday. And he's when cinch on while he said congrats on the show, and we see a lot of limos pull up in front of the house. I guess you're going to award shows. We kept seeing you and Jamie walk out in your gowns and tuxedos. It is a surreal weird byproduct of it. But again, while you're shooting at you have no idea, the cast crew just knows that the quality of the work being done is something that we're all equally excited about right? And that rarely happens. You don't know how the worldwide audience is time for a quick call before cleven runs Ray in Santa Rosa. You're on Keijo. Hi ray. Oh, hi, Michael. And kevin. Yeah. My son is seen your movie and days probably fifty times. Just wonder tell us something about working with our former governor Schwarzenegger. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I'll take this one, Michael. It's mark. But I've got I've got a bond with the audience. They're allowed to call me, Michael or Mark. Go ahead. Kevin. That's exactly right. They're calling you something first of all I would say watching that movie fifty times, not great not a good idea. Not healthy. You've got to encourage your son your nephew to do something else. 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"kevin pollock" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"kevin pollock" Discussed on KGO 810

"Ten. Mark Thompson here on KOA ten. Indeed. It is giants opening day the home opener and the rain they say will abate just enough for them to get some baseball make the might delay the opening pitch, but we're excited to be talking to Mary lagnota from the giants organization executive VP of biz operations, and he'll join us at the bottom of the hour. Kevin Pollock the great actor in comedian show funny. And he is on marvelous MRs Mazel, which is a huge hit for Amazon. He'll join us. And I smile because Kevin is a giant giants fan. I mean, he is a huge and almost demonic giants fan by that. I mean, like it's not enough that you root for the giants you root against the dodgers were the kind of. A power in a focus an almost vengeful kind of fixation. It's terrific. So Kevin open ended eleven o'clock on this the start of the giants homestand. Did you see this remarkable story about the co founder of ripple that's the crypto currency exchange? Art, so cryptocurrencies like bitcoin crypto currency is. But this exchange where love that goes down. It's called ripple and the guy who co-founded it is a guy named Chris Larson, and he made a donation of twenty twenty five million dollars to San Francisco state, and the money is gifted in the form of crypto currency. So this is a I it will. And he's donated a lot. I mean, he's he's become something of philanthropist. She's donated of fifty million dollars to seventy. Universities around the globe. But he is doing it again in crypto currency his net worth hovers around one point nine billion dollars. He attended San Francisco state's college of business. He's a longtime supporter of San Francisco state. So he's he's really a a local guy who's done well locally, and he's obviously done well with this. And he again made the donation all in crypto currency and the way that works is in order to get the cash you have to slowly liquidate that gift you'll have to find your way out. I mean, obviously there there's a how to that comes with dumping twenty five million dollars worth of crypto on the university. But it's still quite an odd. And yet generous donation Chris Larsen founder of ripple again at twenty five million dollars donation to San Francisco state, the other thing that's happening in the world of universities as you probably know Laurie Laughlin and Felicity. Huffman they made their way into court again, they forgetting their kids for buying their kids spots in the university system at USC. And Seth Meyers outta thought about it. In last month's college emission scandal appeared in court today, including actresses, Felicity Huffman and Laurie Laughlin courthouse was tacked but somehow their daughters got in. Too. Good to good when we come back mareo Allio talks to us about the giants this year kind of a rebuilding season. Also about this opening homestand this opening day at home because they're special events planned to honor outstanding figures in giants history. And some of them really are worth a second talking about. So we will we'll talk about them here. And then again, they'll be celebrated at oracle park. We'll get into that. When Mario joins us next. Mark Hobson show. Oh tech. Mark Thompson, K G O eight ten..

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"kevin pollock" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"kevin pollock" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Now, that's a little odd to me because that's going to people who are already betting on their cell phones. They're just gonna travel to New Jersey again to bet and then turn around and come back. I would like to see where the money goes with all the game. You really think you're up? City comes in and they come in. And they say, oh and the lottery, that's my favorite the lottery, you how many billions and a lottery where does it go has? Why do we have to keep raising the gas prices? Why do we have to keep raising ancillary taxes? Why do we have to have congestion pricing? Where's the lottery money? Where's the gambling money? Whereas I think it's all a ruse. It's all a ruse to maintain bureaucracy and to blow up government, and they should itemize it like when we go to the IRS you have to either buys everything, I everything all what does that receipt for? Well, who are you? I'm an IRS agent. And what have you done in your life that you identify with me as a small business person while I don't I work for the government? You get a paycheck every paycheck you pension, welfare. Yes. I do. We have no idea what I have to struggle to to make my living. And now, you're gonna take my money. They don't know it's government. And then we keep voting in these progressive, socialists who just have this broad stroke of communism and socialism, and then we're left out in the cold. Don't get me started. I'm going tell you about the Saint Joseph sir intimate. Eric talk about Saint Joseph, and then we'll lay off a little bit. I don't want to offend anybody. You know, if good luck. Okay. Describe Josephus when Mary tells him I'm going to have a kid a little upset if this was the modern day. Joseph Joseph would already have a divorce you'd have a Granada. You know, Jesus might not be born. You know, I somebody did a bit. I talked about this for years. How Joseph Mary tells me and baby. And he goes, well, okay. Because they'll upset little set little fended little he comes back, and he goes, no, okay. I got this. This is from God. I got this now. And that was it Kenneth policy. Kevin Pollock do a bit about who's very somebody's should stand up is very very funny. And he's the, you know, Kim by actor comedian, but they might have been him. But it was you what? Now what happened? Now, you gotta dream. And what have you have an hey dream whose angel? Thank you what angel angel who he's a Puerto Rican guy. This guy angel came and got a bit. Forget it. Wife came to me one day book. Are you talking about hockey? You can't get pregnant angel visited me at night e. Oh, hey, Howick actually does one of the best William Shatner. Jeez. He does the William Shatner. He he sounds more. Like, I think I do when I do Shatner, and my and my act which I put it in. I do Kevin Pollock doing. You. Gotta give credit where it's due twenty minutes after we should get Kevin on the show. But brilliant town twenty minutes after six o'clock with Joe on the radio, Debbie. Hi, debbie. Are you gonna what just having fun with Joseph and Mary? You're right. Tell me what happened again Mary. I'm sorry. Tell me I heard some things I heard things angel was this guy angel any. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. Okay. Name Jesus shoot..

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"kevin pollock" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:13 min | 3 years ago

"kevin pollock" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Say can he is? So. Who's rod strives? Stone. The. Maybe. Nah. All right nicely done with the anthem. And here are the starting lineup. End goal for the Detroit Red Wings, the aforementioned Jimmy Howard who was honored here tonight at the fence for Detroit on Mike grain and nNcholas Cromwell from left to right Tyler choosy starts at left wing. Centering. Detroit's opening line is Dylan Larkin starting at the right wing. Anthony mantha for the Blackhawks Cam ward starting in goal. He's seventy one with one shutout against the Detroit Red Wings in his career at defense or Carl dalstrom and Connor Murphy from left to right. Alex debrincat starts at left wing centering. The hawks opening line is still in Strom starting at the right wing is Dominic referees tonight are Justin Saint Pierre. And Kevin Pollock the linesman. Steve Miller and Shandor Alfonzo tonight opening face office. Sponsored by chevydriveschicago dot com to be the best you have to beat the rest. See why? Chevy is once again, the number one bestselling brand in Chicago land now for eight years running. Now the center ice we go the drop of the puck. This one's underway. In the Red Wings control off the draw mantha over the center, ice circle. Harry's into the hawk zone drops to the Larkin along the Ford shot in on goal turned wide with a stick saved from Cam. Ward talk get the puck packing there. And debrincat carries out the center ice surrounded by four wings, but manages to put the puck into the Detroit zone into the far corner. Nanto scares it behind his net. The Cromwell had the Larkin at center ice over the hawk line right wing Senate across now for Tuesday from the left reporter fires and ward made the save with the pads and the butterfly position. But the puck sorta trickle through work didn't know where it was. But the hawks defense came in and both dalstrom and Murphy made sure that one never crossed the goal line. Just a sharp angle shot towards the front of the net worth thinks she has it, but it drops out to his left and right into the crease area. Dylan Larkin saw the loose puck in. Did a nice job of defending their boxing out to get to that. Loose puck shaky start on that first shot for Cam work. Drought awards, right? One. Vital hawks Duncan Keith a pass up. Good. You a hawk blue line for. As at center ice. It's over stick. And now the loose puck wing zone down the right wing side. Tried to back on gold that hit a wing player Stich into flex behind the net. Christopher got the puck moving it up the right wing to center ice and his shot it into the end of the hawks bench, Colin Delia, stopped it there and a good thing. He did because that one. Blackhawks equipment manager parchment was standing right next to delete..

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"kevin pollock" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"kevin pollock" Discussed on KGO 810

"Nobody sat down for two years. Squirrels. How long did you? When you do stand up. I do a buck thirty eight just I do. I'm one of the best shows you ever one of the best live shows you will ever see. Now, I can't talk from. I can't talk about you know, five years ago. I probably didn't have the best show. Well, it was five years ago. Two thousand fourteen was getting there. I will say I will say two thousand and sixteen is really started heating stuff up. Swat stand up. Goes. I got comfortable like I'll talk about it. Well, I've seen you and. Yeah. Yeah. And it's it's a great. That's what I said before. I mean, I I love. Kevin pollock. It's you know, it's just impressions. I mean, that's not knocking it'd be great actor and all that stuff. Right. You've got the whole thing, man. That's really I'm doing a special this year. I'm a shoot that. I'm supposed to do it in London. I'm supposed to do it in London. I would love to do it over there. But that I think risk. You speak English. Get any talk funny. I mean, we all speaking. Twin with them. I feel like I feel like after this special comes out man, the narrative will change and what you're saying. Everybody will start saying that's great. I don't know it yet. They just a no the. They just know me from. Oh, yeah. That's that's the impression guy didn't have personality. And you just got and it just not blowing smoke up your skirt here. But you people like you everybody just I if people everyone I've talked to this match you like you and comes off on stage. And that's you know, you can't invent that man likability, man. And then likeability and precision. Yeah. You know, what's interesting too is like being African American and doing accident. I haven't maybe a handful of my life people can do impressions of black. Celebrities. I'm not I'm not African Americans. Raven Simone impression..

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"kevin pollock" Discussed on Dumb People Town

Dumb People Town

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"kevin pollock" Discussed on Dumb People Town

"Is the. This is this is a stab stabber. Can you? Jumped off the balcony, you can go first here he has enough money to buy that knife. So I can't I can't travel. I'm gonna say he's when t- eight okay. Yeah. Good. That's right. We'll house when I was gonna say what do you say twenty nine thirty nine. Oh, he's been around the block. All right. One of you is exactly. I think so. Now. Exactly, right. Come on. You can go first second or first tigger third whatever you wanna going then I Then got. I got I'm gonna go with myself because I didn't trust myself. And I regret it twenty nine. I in you said twenty eight I I'm gonna go with myself. I think he's thirty nine. Okay. Screw it. I'm with myself. Everybody garage that Giovanni are Dondo the man who traveled from Phoenix to be in a wedding, Scottsdale. Guy Scottsdale bump them up to this restaurant, Florida wedding. We're believe it or not a knife showed up who thought with that recipe. What knife this one chances now towns because Vanni are Dondo is twenty nine years. I got to write who am. I Kevin Pollock. On the nose to write their story. Number two down in the book. Can you give us a little teaser of what we're going to hear in segment three? You cannot buy something chocolate of yourself. That's gross. I love it. All right. Oh, it's gonna get. It's going to get sloppy up in here else in his with this. And it's people back. I guys talking about stitch fix. I love this service so much and guys who loved close is who loved to be styled, you know, one of the joys of getting to work in this industry is that if we're ever on a TV show or movie, or whatever there is a professional stylist there to pick the clothes that and they always pick things that maybe you wouldn't pick for yourself. But you try them on and they know right? And then the hard part is convincing them to let you buy take it away. Take it away. You don't have to do any of you have to be on the show, you just.

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"kevin pollock" Discussed on Gilmore Guys

Gilmore Guys

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"kevin pollock" Discussed on Gilmore Guys

"I was gonna really last week. You had mentioned you were like, I hope it doesn't become the lake marvelous business major and like what's going on with Joel show. Well is doing right. No. I'm saying I like this as a character motivation. As like a structural thing. I don't know what we're doing. Is it just like the garment factory that's the C ply him Pollick? So perhaps there's some of that going on of like, let's just check in with Kevin Pollock a little bit more. Unfortunately, Chris for walking isn't famous in this time line yet. So he can't do famous walking. Well, I do think that it is, you know, and I believe this ambition for him way more than him as a stand up comic. And I think that you know, maybe part of that was intentional that his ark. Was that he didn't have the artistry the MVP for that kind of you know, expression. Right. But I think that he's trying to save his parents business and like save one family because he can't save his own, you know, with midge totally. Yeah. But getting that out. I wonder what this up even just saying about this episode was it lose if you cut out all the garment stuff, but you still have the scene with him and Mitch at the apartment, and he just mentioned like I'm working at the garment factory they've done a lot of mess up stuff. I'm trying to fix it. And it's just that in. It's the episodes like eight minutes shorter. Was it lose like, do you are those scenes his I mean, like if you see the the connection between Joel and his family as being supporting the general arc of like where these two people are going. And you don't think that Joel is incidental to the story. Because I don't think he's incidentals the story as the father of midges children as the person that she is still currently in love with you know, I don't see why he's incidental. I mean, she, oh, he also is the reason that she's doing stand up in the first place. I guess it starts to feel like Lucan, Liz scenes, big, brother. And it's like, oh, we're gonna meet Tice now. Let's see what you're saying. But I don't think it's that. I mean, there is a little bit of that Cummings in it. It's tighter. But I do feel like this is all lead up. We get that back story with him in sort of giving us more visual clues in visual information of like, you know, what his intentions are. And why we may be able to root for him. But I think that this all leads up to a very important scene between himself and Kevin Pollick is father in like the bar where it's like, you know, he is rising up as a man in his father's eyes, which is very important moment, or at least he's trying to when they had that kind of back and forth. You really don't know who has the power in that scene because you know, you've got, you know, the sun sort of pointing out like all of these like, you know, inconsistencies in the books and your guys doing this all wrong. But then it's also like, well, you don't know how this business is run. It has been humming. And we have all this. So it's like both of them are riding both of them are wrong at the same time. And I feel like that's a very important moment that then informs his motivations for what he does with Mitch. But it does. Ultimately point to reconciliation being the in game. Yeah. Is the thing is like it just feels absolutely irrelevant. Not always says, no Alice has now because think about it this way his his arc right now. Is that he's like constantly, you know, Joel tries to find himself. Right. So he's like now in this position of well. I'm not a comic, you know. But I am he Joel is a business innovator. You know, he may disrupt. He's good at he's good at making the risky move. That saves the company and pushes pushes the envelope. And and actually like creates. Some sort of success like he like has moved by the building. Like, he's he has this kind of. I don't know he has DNA for that..

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"kevin pollock" Discussed on Part-Time Genius

Part-Time Genius

06:21 min | 3 years ago

"kevin pollock" Discussed on Part-Time Genius

"Hello. I'm Kevin Pollak. Yes that Kevin Pollock. What's that? I did save room for pie. Thank you. And may I offer you a slice of my new comedy podcast. It's called alchemy. This. I've gathered five hilarious improvisers. And each episode. I set the scene and the comedy gold fills your life with undeniable joy, be the first a yellow your friends about Kevin politics. New comedy podcasts. Alchemy this listen and subscribe at apple podcasts or on the iheartradio app or wherever you listen to podcasts. Guess what will what's that Mingo? So did you know that Ben Franklin was this huge huge fan of Genghis Khan. I did not he actually had these books about Khan and they were popular during the day. And he'd circulate them across the colonies. So Ben Franklin was kind of Gingas cons book. Publicists I guess that's like a pretty niche interest here if you if you ask me. Yeah. I mean, the the funny thing is that wasn't just Franklin like it was a national obsession. So like Jefferson he bought a ton of the copies of this book. He gave them to relatives and gifted him, libraries, Georgia Martha Washington had the biography and mount Vernon like for some reason that's never mentioned in Hamilton. I don't think it is there. Even like plays about conned that were put on stage at the time. But this was a super peculiarly American obsession and people in Europe. I mean, they had some interesting gang has gone. But I I guess the reason it was a popular in the US was they were really looking for new non-european heroes to look up to. And also new models of government and weirdly enough, Genghis Khan kind of fit into both those categories, but as we poke around his biography, we wanted to know how much of a hero was Genghis Khan. Like, why was he so enamored with America Crecy? And did he really invent the hamburger to let's dive in. Hey, there podcast listeners welcomed the part time genius. I'm we'll Pearson and is always I'm joined by my good friend Mangum had take her and sitting on the other side of the soundproof glass wearing yet. Another perfectly theme shirt. I mean this guy. Every time that's our friend and producer tristen McNeil. And actually, I forget what it says, exactly. Can you show Tristan? It says if Gingas Kahn so con-, you I mean, you know, it's just spot on mango that is so terrible. It almost feels like a bad motivational poster. But I've a feeling that's not an original Genghis Khan quote. No, I don't think it is it feels a little more tristen. If you know what? I mean, what's clear from this week's reading is that Gingas Kahn didn't need motivational phrases or a life coach to get things done. I mean, this was a born go-getter and in roughly two and a half decades Gingas Kahn and his army conquered moorlands and people than the Romans did over a four hundred year span. I mean that is just insane to me like four hundred years of Roman rule and they didn't accomplish what Ganga's Condit in two and a half decades. But you know, what's weird and gave told this to me is that Genghis Khan was apparently a really good boss, which is just such a funny idea to me like I love. Idea of Genghis, just you know, sitting behind a desk pile of paperwork like sipping from his world's best boss mug. But apparently, this is true. He had all these progressive policies like he granted universal religious freedom. He abolished torture in just about every country. The Mongols took over the quality of life actually, improved for the citizens. I mean as long as they pledge their loyalty to Kahn things got better. And that's really what we wanted to get to the bottom of today's show. Like who was the real Genghis Khan was he a super innovative ahead of his time mastermind or or was he just this bloodthirsty barbarian who kind of cleverly slaughtered his way to the top. What before we get into that debate? I feel like we should start with a little bit of a recap on how Gingas rose to power and to do that. I feel like we really need to set the scene a little bit. So this may be a little bit weird. But Tristan if you don't mind, I feel like we need a little bit of mood music here. So picture life for a twelfth century Mongol and at the time. We're about a million nomadic people living on the central Asian step, and it's not too far from the border between modern Mongolia and Siberia, and as you might imagine life was pretty brutal to say, the least and you had dozens of different tribes living in the same general area. All vying for these same limited resources. S fine. Because like the way you describe it started out so pastoral and romantic, and then it ended kind of like a really terrible game of cotton or like game of thrones. That's exactly what it sounds. So it was really a terrible time. And because of that scarcity everyone was always drinking and fighting and stealing from each other people were afraid to go out after dark, and it was really just a chaotic way of life by most accounts at least read that most people slept on top of their weapons. Just in case anyone tried something during the night, and this is the world Gingas Kahn was born into in the early eleven sixties. So according to the myths, he came out of his mother clutching a blood clot in his fist, which is an odd detail. And I don't really know exactly what that means. But I guess it was supposed to be a sign that he was destined to be a great leader. I love that. That's the read shore. Which is a nice story. But, you know, even without that blood clot, the boy would have been in line for pretty Kush leadership roles up. He was the son of a Mongol chieftain. He was the head of the Borgen clan. And this was composed of around forty thousand families because Asia's feudal system was what it was if favored class in ancestry, and that kind of set gang up nicely. Well, and besides his name was Gingas Kahn, which literally translated means universal ruler. I mean, I think you have a kid with a name like that. It's pretty clear what the plan is. Yeah. I mean, you're right. That's what the name means. But the boy who would become actually didn't go by that name until he was already in his forties before that he was actually called Temesan which was the Mongol word for blacksmith and his dad actually took that name from an enemy chief that he'd recently captured. So

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When We Lose Weight, Where Does It Go?

BrainStuff

05:26 min | 3 years ago

When We Lose Weight, Where Does It Go?

"Hello. I'm Kevin Pollak. Yes that Kevin Pollock. What's that? I did save room for pie. Thank you. And may I offer you a slice of my new comedy podcast. It's called alchemy. This. I've gathered five hilarious improvisers. And each episode. I set the scene and the comedy gold fills your life with undeniable joy, be the first a yellow your friends about Kevin politics. New comedy podcasts. Alchemy this listen and subscribe at apple podcasts or on the iheartradio app or wherever you listen to podcasts. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuck Lauren Bogle bomb here for many of us, humans our body size and shape are things influx from one month to the next depending on a host of factors both within and without our control our genes might be a little tighter or a little looser. Our question of the day is when we lose weight where does that lost weight go? The short answer is that our bodies convert molecules in fat cells to usable forms of energy, thus shrinking the cells. But getting this to happen isn't just about sweating to the oldies. Or however, you prefer to work out understanding how our bodies perform this tummy, trimming trick requires a little more detail. We know that weight loss. Hinges on burning calories. Calories are the measure of the potential energy in the food. You eat in the form of fats, proteins and carbohydrates. If our bodies were cars energy would be the gas. That keeps everything running lounging in front of the television is like cruising the strip while sprinting around to track is more like drag racing at maximum speeds in short more. Or work means more energy is needed. The body uses. Some of the calories we ingest to digest that very food. Once the food is broken down into its respective parts of carbohydrates fats and proteins it. Either uses the remaining energy or converts to fat for storage in fat cells, and as doctor who fans no fat cells live in adipose tissue, which basically acts like an internal gestation storing away fuel reserves to lose weight. You must burn more calories or energy than you consume to start using up that fuel reserve, essentially, if you're not ingesting enough calories to fuel your additional work. Your body must pull from fat stores. According to the law of conservation of mass matter is neither created nor destroyed, but it may alter its form through chemical reaction, essentially that tells us that while we lose mass in our bodies by burning fat. It doesn't just disappear. It's simply changes for him. When we eat the glucose and other sugars harnessed from carbohydrates are the first things our bodies use as fuel stores liver stores the glucose in the form of glycogen and releases it into the bloodstream as necessary to keep our bodies trucking long think of your bloodstream as an interconnected conveyor belt that takes necessary nutrients to the body parts that need them. Once that glucose runs out fat takes over harnessing energy by burning fat is referred to as ketosis. It works like this hormones, regulating our blood sugar levels, activate an enzyme in the blood vessels of fat tissue called lie pace, lie ignites, fat cells to release macromolecules called triglycerides, which are what makes fat cells bet triglycerides are made up of glycerin and three fatty acid chains when they received the signal from lipase to exit the fat cells the triglycerides break up into their respective components and enter the bloodstream for us the liver snatches at the glacier, all to break it down for energy, and some of the fatty acids moved to the muscles that can farm them for energy. As well. The action of breaking down triglycerides into usable energy is called like policies. Once the components of the glycerin and fatty acids are inside our muscle or liver cells. Organ hills called my Takao Andrea shuffle in reshuffle. There's compounds to harness their potential energy sorta like a furnace burns would the might Akande breakdown and recombine those components of our fat cells and produce heat water carbon dioxide and Denison triphosphate or ATP ATP halls potential energy in its molecular bonds for us when we exercise like inner cellular carb loading the water exits our bodies as sweat and urine, and we exhaled carbon dioxide. Now that the body has relieved at cells of some glycerin and fatty acids, the cells get smaller and sew sell buy-sell, our body shape changes. Today's episode was written by Kristen conger and produced by Tyler playing to hear more from Kristen out her podcast unladylike available wherever you listen to podcasts. And of course, to get the skinny on this and lots of other topics. Visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com. I'm Katie golden. I studied psychology and evolutionary biology at Harvard, and I pretend to be a bird on Twitter and my new podcast creature feature. We've you nature in man from a new perspective each episode asking comedian to get inside the minds of animals, so we can explore the startling connections to human psychology, you'll find blood bands and treachery that make game of thrones seemed like a dumb show for babies. Join this every Wednesday and subscribe on apple podcasts for on the iheartradio app or wherever you listen to podcasts.

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Why Does Hot Food Seem More Satisfying?

BrainStuff

05:47 min | 3 years ago

Why Does Hot Food Seem More Satisfying?

"Hello. I'm Kevin Pollak. Yes that Kevin Pollock. What's that? I did save room for pie. Thank you. And may I offer you a slice of my new comedy podcast. It's called alchemy. This. I've gathered five hilarious improvisers. And each episode. I set the scene and the comedy gold fills your life with undeniable joy, be the first yellow your friends about Kevin politics. New comedy podcasts. Alchemy this listen and subscribe at apple podcasts or on the iheartradio app or wherever you listen to podcasts. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, rain stuff. Lauren Bogle von here. You know that ravenously hungry feeling you get after going swimming? It feels like you could go to an all you can eat buffet and make them rethink their business strategy, but although a salad or a granola bar or even the nice smooth. He would probably satisfy you a voice echoing out of the deepest recesses of your brain commands you to feed it something warm entire pizza perhaps or two giant Balza extra brisket. Please. There could be a lot of reasons why we crave warm foods when we're especially hungry, but one of them probably has to do with the link between smell and taste. We spoke with Dr Steven Sacher an associate professor in the university of Alabama department of biological sciences. Who studies the physiological design of digestive systems. He said hot food emanates much more airborne particles than cold foods. And since a large part of our taste sensation. Also involves smell hot food would therefore provide positive reinforcement and its selection. Just consider how quickly the smell of smoke from a barbecue can make you feel hungry or how no matter how tasty it will be a cold spot show. Simply doesn't stimulate the senses like a warm chilly. So even though we intellectually know that cold soup is going to be good in phila-. Sup are olfactory apparatus hasn't yet been appraised of the situation making it hard to get all the parts of the brain on the same Gus Baccio bandwagon, but smell may not be the only reason we crave a hot meal more than a cold one. Or rather it may signal a deeper reason since heating food on locks calories and nutrients, we wouldn't be able to get eating the food raw. And since our big brains are very calorie needy. Our preference for hot meals might have something to do with our brains steering us towards the most potential calories possible in the moment of hunger. According to Richard Wrangham, a biological anthropology at Harvard and author of catching fire how cooking made us human the important comparison is between foods that are cooked and differ. Only in temperature. He said. Hot food, very likely yields more net energy gain than cold food, partly because of changes in digest ability. One example is that starch becomes increasingly refractory after hot bread than cools. Which could be one reason why we like hot toast in the case of lipid, rich foods, the closer of fat is to its melting point when eaten probably the easier. It is digested however, Secker clarifies that chewing and the digestive process are both pretty good at unlocking nutrients. He said that once you've cooked hamburger, for example, eating it. Hot or cold would provide a negligible difference in calories consumed and digestion effort, but there's also the nostalgia factor. Smell is the most nostalgia triggering sense, researchers aren't entirely sure why this is. But they think it has to do with the physical way. Our brains handle information in the parts known as the limbic system. The limbic system includes the amid Dula which helps us process emotions the hippocampus which processes and stores memories and the olfactory bulb which. Passes sent input from our nasal cavity. There are direct connections. Among these three brain bits. Studies have shown that sense create more positive and more emotional senses of nostalgia than other triggers. And scientists think that's because of these close connections among sent emotion and memory in our brains while there might be some selected Dr hidden in our behavior to crave cooked food for nutritional gains are cravings and susceptibility to a rich sent in the air is very likely driven by a nice memory of the taste and smell of food right off the grill or the chicken soup that comforted you when you were sick a child, however, even small changes in temperature can make a big difference in how satisfaction food is perceived. It's important to remember that the texture foods and especially fats, like those cheese and cheese. Substitutes changes drastically within a relatively small temperature range, for example, cold pizza, delight or horror discuss. Today's episode was written by Jesulin shields and produced by Tyler playing for more on this and lots of other savory topics. Visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com. Hi there. I'm Josh Clark of stuff, you should know. And I've just released a new ten part podcast series called the end of the world with Josh Clark. It's about existential risks all the ways that we humans my exit wipe ourselves out with the amazing new technology were beginning to develop today, like artificial intelligence. Sure, it's heavy stuff. But it's also enormously. Interesting stuff and surprisingly the series turns out to be kind of inspiring to search for it on apple podcasts. And check out the reviews from people who are already listening. It also has a lavish soundtrack with sound design by Kevin sends Ocoee and a beautiful original score by point Lobo. If you're curious person in a fan of the deep dive, check out my new series the end of the world with Josh Clark. 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