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WHO: Rich Countries Should Donate Vaccines, Not Use Boosters

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 2 weeks ago

WHO: Rich Countries Should Donate Vaccines, Not Use Boosters

"Hi Mike Rossi you're reporting the World Health Organization says rich countries should donate coronavirus vaccines and not use boosters the top official at the World Health Organization is voicing concern about western countries distributing third doses of coronavirus vaccines when many poor countries have yet to immunize their people at a press briefing W. H. O. director general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus called on drug makers to prioritize supplying their covert nineteen vaccines to the Africa vaccine acquisition task team known as Kovacs and to low and middle income countries with very little coverage both Fizer and Madura have agreed to supply small amounts of their vaccines to Kovacs but most of their doses are reserved by rich nations in recent months vaccination efforts in nearly sixty of the world's poorest countries have stalled hi Mike Rossi up

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Biden Outlines Vaccine Plan, Set to Miss Global-Sharing Goal

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

Biden Outlines Vaccine Plan, Set to Miss Global-Sharing Goal

"President Biden is expected to fall short of his global coated nineteen vaccine sharing commitment by month's end the president had pledged to ship eighty million doses by the end of June but as they announce new plans for global sharing officials say the president is not expected to meet the goal they say while U. S. produce doses already deliveries are delayed due to logistical issues including regulatory hurdles the White House has announced a sixty of the eighty million doses will go to the global Kovacs vaccine sharing alliance and the rest to specific partners so far only ten million have actually been shipped Sager made Donny at the White House

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Biden Announces U.S. New Global Vaccine Efforts

Eddie and Rocky

00:44 sec | Last month

Biden Announces U.S. New Global Vaccine Efforts

"Biden. In the UK tonight confirming during his visit there that the U. S plans to buy 500 million Pfizer covid vaccines with a plan to distribute them around the world. President Biden announcing that the U. S. Will donate half a billion doses of fighters coded 19 vaccine to Kovacs, the global immunization effort America Will be the arsenal of vaccines and our fight against global Covid 19, just as America was the arsenal of democracy during World War two. The 500 million doses will start shipping out this August and go to 92 countries, including some of the world's poorest nations. Karen Travers, ABC News traveling with the president in Cornwall, England.

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US to Buy 500M Pfizer Vaccines to Share Globally

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last month

US to Buy 500M Pfizer Vaccines to Share Globally

"AP sources say the US is set to buy a half billion more doses of Pfizer's coated nineteen vaccine to share globally according to people familiar with the plan president Biden tomorrow will announce the administration's going to buy five hundred million doses for sharing through the global Kovacs alliance to help donate more doses to poor countries around the world White House national security advisor Jake Sullivan would not confirm the plan while flying to Europe with the president sources say two hundred million doses would be shared this year and the rest in the first half of next year the announcement comes days after the White House unveiled plans to start sharing America's existing vaccines surplus with other nations Sager made Ghani Washington

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How the U.S. Will Allocate First 25 Million Vaccine Doses Worldwide

Michael Savage

00:48 sec | Last month

How the U.S. Will Allocate First 25 Million Vaccine Doses Worldwide

"Administration is committed to sharing unused covert vaccine with other countries, but some lawmakers questioned the allocation plan announced. White House coronavirus response coordinator Jeffries Science is most of the first traunch of 25 million doses will be allocated through Kovacs that U. N backed vaccine sharing program. Some lawmakers disagree. Republican Senator Ben Sasse says the U. S. Should deliver vaccines ourselves to align with US interest. California Democrat Ted Lieu also says the U. S. Should help allies first. Instead of letting a third party decide We're vaccines

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EU agency links J

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 3 months ago

EU agency links J

"Last month the African union announced it signed a deal to buy up to four hundred billion doses of the J. and J. vaccine as well as the eighty you arrangement Johnson and Johnson also has a deal to supply up to five hundred million doses to the U. M. back to Kobach's initiative the helps get vaccines to the world's poor any concerns about the J. and J. vaccine will be another unwelcome complications because of the acts of the millions of people in developing countries depending on the program Kovacs recently was hit by supply issues off to its biggest supply the serum institute of India announced it would delay exports of the AstraZeneca vaccine for several months due to a surge of cases on the subcontinent I'm Charles the last month

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COVID-19: What Will It Take to Vaccinate the World?

World Affairs Council

02:05 min | 3 months ago

COVID-19: What Will It Take to Vaccinate the World?

"Americans can anticipate a time when all of us have access to a vaccine. Poor nations aren't so lucky. You might be thinking Well, that doesn't affect me. But if the virus spreads unchecked in billions of people who don't get vaccinated this year, you can bet it will mutate Ah lot and then it becomes just a matter of time before our vaccines are less effective. Earlier this month, Secretary of State Antony Blinken spelled it out. Even if we vaccinate all 332 million people, the United States tomorrow way would still not be fully safe from the virus. Not while it's still replicating around the world and turning into new variants. That could easily come here and spread across our communities again. The world has to come together to bring the covert pandemic to an end everywhere. So this week we look at the race to vaccinate a planet of 7.9 billion people. Ray Suarez takes it from here. Vaccinating a majority of people in every country on Earth is a daunting challenge. So the international community has cobbled together a radical solution. Kovacs is an initiative led by the World Health Organization, along with other global health partnerships. Today, it's working with almost every country in the world, so called mixes an unprecedented global effort. Gothic sub brings together 191 economies that together account for more than 90% of the world's population. That's un rather Gupta. I spoke with her over zoom. She used to be the director of one of the largest public health programs in the world. The National Health Mission of India. Now Gupta is based in Geneva, and she's taken on an even bigger job as deputy CEO of Gavi, the vaccine alliance. It's one of the health organizations helping to take the lead on Kovacs.

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COVID-19 vaccine reaches world's far corners

UN News

01:17 min | 3 months ago

COVID-19 vaccine reaches world's far corners

"More than one. Hundred countries and economies have now received cave nineteen vaccines through the un partnered equitable corona virus. Busting scheme kovacs. The first delivery of life saving jobs arrived in ghana on the twenty fourth of february announcing the news on thursday the world health organization. Who said that more than thirty. Eight million doses of astrazeneca fire and serum institute of india have being transported globally. So far the aim is to deliver at least two billion doses of vaccines in two thousand and twenty one. In particular to developing countries. The development comes as who and other health regulators reaffirmed the overwhelming value of the astra zeneca or a covid nineteen vaccine amid ongoing concerns about clotting events among a very small number. You've had the job in statements on wednesday evening. Who's global advisory committee on vaccine safety. The european medicines agency and the uk's regulator or concluded that the benefits of taking the vaccine outweigh the very rare potential risks more than one hundred ninety million doses of the astros. Zenica vaccine have been administered today but only one hundred eighty. Two cases of clotting have been reported. Who said as it advised countries to continue to vaccinate with the as at vaccine not that it had saved millions of lives and prevented serious illness

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COVAX Reaches Over 100 Economies, 42 Days After First International Delivery

UN News

01:17 min | 4 months ago

COVAX Reaches Over 100 Economies, 42 Days After First International Delivery

"Than one hundred countries and economies have now received covid nineteen vaccines through the un partnered equitable corona virus. Busting scheme kovacs. The first delivery of life saving jobs arrived in ghana on the twenty four of february announcing the news on thursday the un world health organization. Who said the more than thirty eight million doses of astrazeneca pfizer biotech and serum institute of india had been transported globally so far kovacs aims to supply vaccines to all those requested them. In the first half of this year the development comes as who and other health regulators reaffirmed the overwhelming value of the astra zeneca or as ed covid nineteen vaccine amid ongoing concerns about clotting events among a very small number had the job in statements on wednesday evening the. Who's global advisory committee on vaccine safety. The european medicines agency and the uk's regulator all concluded that the benefits of taking the vaccine outweigh the very rare potential risks. More than one hundred and nine hundred million doses of the astra zeneca vaccine have been administered. Todate but only one hundred eighty two cases of clotting have been reported. Who said its advice to countries to continue to vaccinate with the as at vaccine noting that it has saved millions of lives and prevented serious illness

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Canada Pauses AstraZeneca Vaccine for Under 55

The Dan Proft Show

00:40 sec | 4 months ago

Canada Pauses AstraZeneca Vaccine for Under 55

"Kobe 19 vaccine for people under 55. Due to concerns about possible linkage to rare blood clots. Canada is suspending the use of the Oxford AstraZeneca Cove in 19 vaccine for people under the age of 55. The pause was recommended by the National Advisory Committee on Immunization Doctor Just Rhymer of Manitoba's Vaccine Implementation Task Force, said the rare blood clots typically developed between four and 20 days after getting the shot and symptoms can mirror a stroke. Or heart attack authorized in more than 70 countries. The AstraZeneca shot is the pillar of the U. N backed project known as Kovacs that aims to get Cove in 19 vaccines to poor countries. I'm Mike Rossio in elite egg

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Canada pauses AstraZeneca vaccine for under 55

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 4 months ago

Canada pauses AstraZeneca vaccine for under 55

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Canada pauses the AstraZeneca covert nineteen vaccine for people under fifty five due to concerns about possible linkage to rare blood clots Canada is suspending the use of the Oxford AstraZeneca coded nineteen vaccine for people under the age of fifty five the pause was recommended by the national advisory committee on immunization Dr Joss Reimer of Manitoba's vaccine implementation task force said the rare blood clots typically develop between four and twenty days after getting the shot and symptoms can mirror a stroke or heart attack authorized in more than seventy countries the AstraZeneca shot is the pillar of the U. when backed project known as Kovacs that aims to get covert nineteen vaccines to poorer countries hi Mike Rossio

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Palestinians expand vaccination campaign after UN shipment

BBC World Service

00:24 sec | 4 months ago

Palestinians expand vaccination campaign after UN shipment

"The Palestinian Authority is beginning a mass Corona virus vaccination program. Today it's received more than 60,000 doses from Kovacs. The global initiative set up to ensure the equitable distribution of jabs. Health officials in Gaza have also been given large batches off the Russian Sputnik V vaccine from the United Arab Emirates on a smaller quantity off the Madonna vaccine from Israel.

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Europe pause of AstraZeneca sends ripple of doubt elsewhere

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 4 months ago

Europe pause of AstraZeneca sends ripple of doubt elsewhere

"The suspension of the AstraZeneca vaccine in several European countries could fuel skepticism about the short fall beyond the shuls potentially threatening the rollout of a vaccine that's key to the global strategy as things stand it's either AstraZeneca or nothing for many poorer countries the vaccine from the UNCLOS Swedish truck maker is cheaper and easier to store than many others he will make up nearly all of the devices shipped in the first half of the year by Kovacs but even before the latest debate over AstraZeneca vaccine skepticism has been a concern across the world as many people are hesitant about shots developed in record time some leaders have pushed back against skepticism while others such as those in Burundi and Tanzania in Africa affected by appearing to deny the seriousness of covered nineteen I'm Charles collect as much

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"kovacs" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

06:18 min | 4 months ago

"kovacs" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"It's dot net rocks. I'm richard campbell. That's my friend. Carl friedman and we're talking to james kovacs and rachelle palmer and talk a little mongo. Db all the cool offerings going on there. And james i just interrupt you talking about l. f. e. a. Plant side field level encryption. Yes f. l. e. so what what that is. It's a recent feature that was added to mongo db and it allows you to do your encryption on the client side so you actually acquire encryption keys from an encryption key provider either on azure we now support azure and a and aws. I think we ought as well recently. So any of the major cloud providers they provide a key containers so you can request keys and those are ever only ever seen on the client side. So any data that you read has been encrypted with your key so the server the monkeys can't read it. It's just no pick blob a bits once it gets to the client. It's it can be automatically decrypted so it looks like clear text. So if you're storing hassle you shouldn't be showing say passwords sleep that topic out up. Ppi right like or p. I personally identifiable information which sometimes people want to store. So if you're storing credit card details once again need you really need to But things like social security numbers. Which often you do need to have them stored in your database. But you don't want your cloud provider necessarily to have access to the us. Side field encryption to actually encrypt these fields and ensure that and if you read them it just looks like encrypted bits but if you have the decryption key then all of a sudden it's readable unusable and is your ability to share those keys between devices so that multiple devices could decrypt it even though the store cannot yes So you actually communicate with the the jerky store aka s and if your client is typically do it on a server but if that server has been allowed access to a ks what y'all control take aka infrastructure than that client would be able to decrypt encrypt data to and from that is coming from manga. Db but if it didn't have those encryption keys for instance if it was reporting app that could only report on high level patient information but none of the particulars than you wouldn't grant it access and it would not be able to read those fields but you can go very granular. You can go okay. I want these three fields encrypted. But i don't want these other twelve encrypted at all so you can it not like you have to encrypt the entire object. You can if you want to. But typically Field by field. What sensitive rights. He could protecting specific data. But we we battled this problem with encryption on sequel server to where he was easy to grip the whole thing. But then you you know you just crippled any kind of querying because you had decreased everything to figure out any of that right. Not just a just encrypting sensitive information you just the salary information. Just the identifiable but the index the index stuff important stuff. We've still legible well while the other interesting things that we play with is you. When you're designing your encryption scheme what you can do is you can say. Let's say you're encrypting the salary information. You can encrypt it all with the same key. So they're always encrypt to the same value. You don't know what that value is but it's always the same value right and that allows you to still query it you can't do range based queries but you can do give me everybody who earns fifty thousand dollars stink because you can trip that fifty thousand dollars to a known value and then query the database saying everybody with is known value. I not know what that value is. But i know it's the same across these records exactly exactly so. There's a lot of fun things you can do with that from an application designs chant white insecurity standpoint. Yeah if you if you think hard about it but this whole encrypted before it leaves the device is pretty compelling for a lot of folks right. i don't. i'm not transmitting. It counting on some kind of encryption during transmission and then encrypting it again as it goes to rest on the in the central store and crooked it. Before i left. That's right y'all got for that and that's that's the client side encryption. Then we also do a lot of when you're on asher the bits that actually get out to the actual volumes are encrypted as well so we do on disconnection as well right to ensure that is secure while you guys mungo went through the security ride. I did a run as back in twenty seventeen about the mongo exploit which is like they. Hey you know what would be careful with. Defaults defaults are hard. Yes that it's not. I think it's also you know your products important when it makes but it becomes a part of an exploit like that like and now you have to think about your product differently too. And that was an interesting growing pain going from focusing on startups to an enterprise company off because as a startup. We want people to just be able to spin up a mongo d on your laptop. Not don't have to worry about authenticating anything you just connect to a certain port and you're off to the races so we made it really easy for developers to get mongo. Db setup running. Yeah well that was the problem and we had we had. We had all of our documents at the time. I was working with technical support and we had all the documentation in how secure it a. Nobody bothered insist. The that's the reality because the default was unsecured guy. You kind of have to force them to do the right thing. Even though it impairs their ability to get started yet by the other the atlas is another solution of that is like hey you developed locally. You ready to go into production. Why don't you use are secure one in the cloud and no worry about scaling at an all. Those other things like life will be easier this way. And you're far more likely to stay safe exactly because when you even when you spend up an zero cluster..

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COVAX vaccine arrives in Afghanistan

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 5 months ago

COVAX vaccine arrives in Afghanistan

"Afghanistan has now got a coded nineteen vaccine ready for distribution shipped father Kovacs facility UNICEF says of the global vaccines partnership Kobach's shipped over four hundred sixty thousand doses of the Coogee shield vaccine the arrival in Kabul marks a milestone moment Afghanistan is the first country in Central Asia to receive the vaccine bother Kovacs the facility set up to deliver these two billion doses off code nineteen vaccines by the end of twenty twenty one the nation's acting minister for public health since the imminent rollout of the vaccine means that around two hundred thirty four thousand people including teachers will be better protected from the ravages of the curve it nineteen virus I'm Charles last month

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Amid 'historic' rollout, UN vaccine project faces some delay

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 5 months ago

Amid 'historic' rollout, UN vaccine project faces some delay

"Let's hope the global vaccines promoter says the U. N. vaccine project faces some delays Seth Berkley off Gabby the vaccine alliance of knowledge is the Rhode Island has gone slower than expected in some places because of issues with shipping and approval but he says ultimately older sis will be made available Buckley a leader of the project to deploy code with nineteen vaccines to needy people in both rich and poor countries has acknowledged pickups in the Kovacs budget doing an update about his distribution plans meanwhile millions of doses are expected to arrive in Angola Cambodia Congo and Nigeria monkey new momentum for the program I'm Charles de Ledesma

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African countries take delivery of latest COVAX vaccine shipment

BBC World Service

00:48 sec | 5 months ago

African countries take delivery of latest COVAX vaccine shipment

"Health workers in Ivory Coast will be the first to receive doses of the Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine as part of the International Kovacs scheme targeting some of the world's poorest countries. Neighboring Ghana is due to start his Kovacs vaccination program on Tuesday. Namie grimly reports Cave axes the biggest vaccine procurement plan in human history. It's struggled in the international scramble for vaccines and his face criticism for being too slow to start its rollout. Some countries have looked elsewhere in the interim to boost supplies through bilateral deals. The World Health Organization described the rollout as an important first step towards achieving vaccine equity. But it added it was still only the beginning.

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How Effective Is The COVAX Scheme?

Monocle 24: The Globalist

03:50 min | 5 months ago

How Effective Is The COVAX Scheme?

"The vaccination program in britain is by accounts going extremely well. The country's ordered four hundred and fifty seven million doses of the job or enough to dose the population. Three point six times over. So what happens to the surplus until the world is protected against the virus there is little hope of eradicating karuna. Well this is where the kovacs scheme comes in led by the world health organization it also involves the global vaccine alliance gavi and the coalition for epidemic preparedness innovations and hopes to deliver more than two billion doses. Two people one hundred ninety countries in less than a year. China and russia are also racing to provide inoculations but is this altruism or a soft power push men will martin is medical innovation and policy advisor at msf's access campaign and joins me on the line. Now man will thanks for coming on. We're seeing this program begins to roll out. Globally garner has become the first to receive vaccinations through kovacs. But how effective is the scheme proving so far. Good morning So so far. It is delivering doses as you save the i also have been delivered to ghana however it is only delivering thus far vaccines of two different manufacturers. One of pfizer and one of his of astrazeneca and so far the numbers are quite limited. It has not yet secured enough doses in binding agreements to come through on. Its promise to deliver two billion doses of kobe. Vaccine's towards partners people are countries that are participating in colfax and also. Another big problem is that it's been incredibly transparent about the way that it signs deals. We don't know the prices that have been paid for these vaccines and we also don't know what what kind of concessions these agreements have come between. Gabby which is negotiating partner. Go backs and pharmaceutical industry. Who's at fault. Here is rich. Western countries hoarding or the venue vaccine manufacturers themselves. I think it's a bit of both so obviously the country's securing large volumes of doses to vaccinate as you've said multiple times their population is a big part of the problem but the other problem is also that pharmaceutical companies have been willing to sign. These deals when could imagine a different scenario where pharmaceutical companies prioritized deals with the kovacs acidity over signing bilateral deals with countries precisely because it's a pandemic and because global solidarity the only way we're going to get out of this. I mean britain. You have pledged to give their surplus supplies with that plug the hole so far what i have seen has have only been commitments to donate some doses once. They've reached a certain threshold. I think the you is aiming to back. Say seventy percent of its population by summer britain. Somewhere close to seventy five percent. And i mean let's just be clear what that means that means that in these countries low risk young individuals will be back soon aged for many developing countries can even max innate just their healthcare workers in their elderly the truly. They're at risk. The other problem that we're seeing is and is that a vaccine in particular the oxford astrazeneca vaccines that these countries have bought are now sitting around not being used. Because people fear that they're not as effective as they should be so with these stockpiles. Just sitting around. I really fear that they may actually go out of date before there used and that would really be a shame when there's so much need in the developing

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Covax Program Ships First Covid Vaccines to Ghana

TIME's Top Stories

00:42 sec | 5 months ago

Covax Program Ships First Covid Vaccines to Ghana

"Received the world's first delivery of corona virus vaccine from the united nations backed kovacs initiative on wednesday the long-awaited start for a program. That has thus far fallen short of hopes that it would ensure shots were given quickly to the world's most vulnerable people the arrival of six hundred thousand doses of the astrazeneca vaccine in the west african country marks the beginning of the largest vaccine procurement and supply operation in history according to the world health organization and unicef it is a linchpin of efforts to bring the pandemic to an end and has been hailed as the first time. The world has delivered a highly sought after vaccine to poor countries during an ongoing outbreak.

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"kovacs" Discussed on The Functional Tennis Podcast

The Functional Tennis Podcast

02:44 min | 8 months ago

"kovacs" Discussed on The Functional Tennis Podcast

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"kovacs" Discussed on The Functional Tennis Podcast

The Functional Tennis Podcast

02:58 min | 8 months ago

"kovacs" Discussed on The Functional Tennis Podcast

"Much time should they be spending on court and off the court on weights like we had this discussion. Lil went should wait starting to junior program with at least you work. Work with our advise mark went should wait entered equation for juniors nine so it's always a great question you know and the the general statements when we get into trouble with this discussion. Because you're let's start with the whites. Discussion athletes should be doing some full move wide training as young as possible as soon as they can understand instruction so five six seven years old but what does that look like that could be body white lunges. That could be banned work. That could be light resistance. We're not trying to add significant muscle at that stage. What we are trying to do is train motor patents trained behavior train skills that over time as they get older and we do want to add load that they actually know how to train. They know movements they. They understand the costs of training. So that's why it's important to define what we mean by strength training or white training so it's not about how. How should they be twelve or fourteen before they stopped and i know they gotta start much younger than that but they gotta do it the right way. It's not about loading the athlete teaching mechanics just like we train. Tennis strokes four five six years old. That's not exactly the same type of training. We do with a fourteen year old on the tennis court. But we're still teaching them. They're still learning the skills and the earlier they learned early initiation the better. They the beef for the long run. We see that. Go from that. In all sports the younger you take someone with better they retain the skills and the easier it is for them in the long run same thing with strength training so hopefully that makes sense and i don't want people misinterpret but then i'm say hey we're going to blow someone up at six years old with a hundred pounds of forty kilos on the back in a squat really heavy. That's what we're talking about taking about body white light resistance and a lot of the time times less than body white. I think one of the things people misunderstand that i may do a five kilogram Dumbbell benched best with a six year old. Which is a lot less resistance than a push up but they using a five pound dumbbell is that bad. It's actually in some respect safer than doing a lot of push ups with a six year old because it's less resistance so it's important to sort of understand what we're talking about with that and then you second question which is even more of a discussion is what should the volume beyond.

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"kovacs" Discussed on The Functional Tennis Podcast

The Functional Tennis Podcast

02:45 min | 8 months ago

"kovacs" Discussed on The Functional Tennis Podcast

"Together an optimum schedule for for tennis player especially amid lytton nine playa someone between. Let's say a hundred to four hundred in the world that's a challenging schedule because they in some tournaments noni others if your top forty to fifty. You know your schedule. Your schedule's pretty consistent. It's once it gets hot at once you get a ranking ranks that deviates flop completely greenham. Some of the more recent challenges were stacked with great players. So i know if you'd planned to get some term saying you were ranked like two hundred two fifty making challenges. Which was crazy. Yeah that's that's really interesting. And sonny mentioned you said you trained with the brazil team. What what was it. Like being widow superstars to brazilian football team. Yeah so that was pretty pretty unique so we were young. Leading into the world cup in brazil was time. We were involved with them. It's a way we were assessing them familiar. Nutrition standpoint from a physiological perspective from asleep standpoint and a lot of what we were doing was making personalized nutrition products for each athlete based on their unique physiology and then also adjusting everything based on the locations games. If people remember in the brazil world cup they had games in the amazon bad gamed. Ayad altitude that games basically at the beach and sea level in different parts of the country and it was one of the most unique and varied environmental conditions of any olympics from soccer perspective from a football perspective. So we needed to actually do individualized Supplement and nutrition plans for each athlete. And so we had to test them all in labs and that happened near the year before in because some of were based in europe. Some of the based in south america so we had labs in the uk and florida that they come to We would analyze them and then put together the their individualized plans So that was. That was a pretty unique project in very specific and it was. It was something that That's that sort of high level athlete. Unique personalized approach that trying now to give similar type resources to competitive juniors and professional athletes and other sports that may not have ever experienced that taught of hands on care. So maybe run through how you'd give town the junior who comes to the kovac since you and goes hey mark. I want that.

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"kovacs" Discussed on The Functional Tennis Podcast

The Functional Tennis Podcast

01:46 min | 8 months ago

"kovacs" Discussed on The Functional Tennis Podcast

"Really build back up and they had this. You know in in the sport science while you sometimes use the term over overcompensation which is a positive. We actually want to have extra work that you would do. Normally and the result would be greater than normal. and if you period. Is your programming effectively. That's what we see that in the white room would see that speed training. We see that with athletes that have a well defined design program. There is also way better than if they consistently do sort of the same thing over and over again without the download periods so you have to have the download periods in the program. This was a force download and resulted in some really really good results and physically for most of these players which is great to see and your specific question related to will extend the careers of players. It should it should definitely increase the belong chevy of some of these players especially some of the middle aged and all of the players. Because they're the ones that you know. Were had the most damage to their body at this point and they needed that that recovery time the younger players they probably had will not see that benefit are now potentially light in their career. They may as a result of this. But it's definitely gonna help some of them if they did the right things during training meaning that they didn't over-train meaning that they actually let the body recovery news time effectively and that they ran up appropriately as well. Do you tink of these. These middle age players are even the younger ones will get next year.

"kovacs" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

12:07 min | 1 year ago

"kovacs" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"Cleese recently. And we're watching a lot of monty python. And even though they didn't have that broadcast there was a lot of blackouts in in what they did in the nineteen seventies so in not always necessarily a punchline just they would just go onto the next thing in early would you often with Kovacs. It was the idea behind the whole sketch that was funny and not so much the execution or the structure of it but the concept of what he was doing was hilarious. Terry Gilliam says and you have this booklet. That comes with the the the box set from short factory from factory. Terry Gilliam Cut. The Kovac showed knocked me sideways into a world where the bizarre and the daft and the preposterous all lived happily happily alongside wisdom whitten perception. I had never experienced anything so visually absurd and inventive so you you've just You were with Terry Terry recently. Yeah we did. A Kovac centennial event in London at the BFI. For the Monty Python. Fiftieth Anniversary. And I got to meet Terry Gilliam. And and he couldn't have been nicer and couldn't have been more complimentary about Ernie and I'd Never mad magazine. And Ernie Kovacs were the things that are similar to work Kertzman later. Yeah that's how mcleese yeah And he was totally influenced by. It's funny we were talking about the blackouts. Earning used music. A lot of ways and python used Terry Gilliam's animation into kind of Segue from one sketch to the next bring things back and all that so the very co vaccine thing that I think that they were doing purely with Terry regaling because they had never seen it. So Terry Gilliam's kid in Minnesota Group into Ernie Kovacs on the national show obviously wasn't going to get the show from philly now. Yeah now yeah. Yeah but and look at look at the generations. Well it's the the way. The Sky is influencing comedy for decades to come. Did this day to this day. Yeah Yeah I I love hearing that sort of my mission this year. One Hundred Years Centennial. You kinda you gotTa Make Make Hay someway. I really feel like this is Ernie's you know year to kind kind of make sure that people remember him what what's scary and I mean Franken I I think the reason we do the show. Look people whole. Don't remember who the Marx Brothers and Jack Benny are. You're lucky if they remember. Paul Newman is point. Yeah sure yeah and I I was. We were talking to some twenty year old. And he didn't know who David Letterman was. That's how quickly. Yeah it's like you're gone for a week. So Ernie Kovacs. I mean if you're gonNA remember anyone you might remember Benny or Groucho Ernie Kovacs completely. Well the the thing that's crazy is that This year we've done all these events and I kind of started to reach out to people besides Comedians so I reached out to some musicians. Gerald Casale from devaux was a huge huge fan and we did a panel with with him and some other people. We also had Chris Stein from bloody. I was surprised to find these Kovacs fans and and a wilner learn and and it was really like Christine. Had this moment where we were talking with him we just. I was so lucky to grow up. In this era I was in New York and I was a kid and I just thought this was was like you know you're bringing me back to a moment and I think that is the interesting thing is that it actually elicit something and people that saw him at the time that You know reminds some of their youth or something that was really great about Growing up and what interests fascinates me about Ernie Kovacs. What fascinated me about old movies and that was finding out how they would achieve special effects and they actually get the hands dirty cut things and pace things and fat fashion fashion? Now it's like if you ask. How did you achieve this special effect win like pursed this Knob? And that makes fire appear and then I press this Button and a dragon comes off but then he was always working without a budget wasn't yeah or No budget and even when he was finishing the horse yeah and and then toward the end The special he was doing. ABC He had a bunch of but he was still doing shows with dime-store novelty toys. And stuff like that and kitchen utensils dancing around to ask savell. But that's a thing where you know Those music videos that he would do you look at those and you think oh they would just take it one shot at a time but they were actually sustained sustained performance takes so where every cut you see is happening in the control room. Which means he's got to lay out the entire studio with all the forks and knives and the blender and everything? The people have to be all around pulling wires right on the beat Turning things on and off and it was it's like you said because you know somebody made this thing As opposed to somebody click on something. Th there's something about knowing it was done by a human sure that it makes this more of a connection and and nowadays like the most you know a star wars or Jurassic Park could be made by a two year old on their phone. Yeah nothing whatever. And he's great things that He trusted his crew and he had ideas but he basically would say you do it and I think the crew really loved him and wanted to you work hard because they got to do these great things they figure it out exactly and they got to do stuff. There was much more involved than just. Here's a living room set. Now we're done. I mean they got to to play with toys and and have fun with. I think that's that's one of the main reasons that besides the money ends of the old overtime they're getting but they were. They got to be creative and make like you can get their hands dirty. He dumped water on somebody. Audition goats run through restaurants in Abe suits. I mean this sounds like the early letterman show. It's in some ways it sounds like Conan's first show on NBC too. Because obviously Conan I think has been on the record as saying that Ernie Needy on the back wall of his set. I oh I think on that show. Oh I think that's true very good. Yeah what was Howard. The world's strongest aunt tell our listeners. Venue might have to jump twelve Howard. The world's strongest man was a segment that Dernie did on a semi regular basis on his daily half hour show on NBC for a year and a half and it was a shot of a miniature and eighty would do the voice of how are the world's strongest and you'd see they'd manipulated of course with magnets the best they could with no rehearsal moving chairs around. And now he's GonNa play a game of pool and picnic and it was all eighties. He's e- partially improv improvise. But it was her voice as the world's strongest and people sent in gifts for Howard the world's strongest and Ernie would hold them up on this show and we got these gifts and then whoever was would get a you know a watch or radio in the mail as a thank you but people sent in gifts for the characters and now that you've mentioned let's get your mom your into the act your how. How did they? I mean she was discovered on. Arthur Godfrey's talent scouts. Yes absolutely and Ernie would sad like to take credit but he couldn't well his his producer reducer basically said Kita show in Philadelphia and said to my my mom like. Would you like to come down to meet this guy. You Know Ernie Kovacs and she thought Colfax Dan Colfax Kovacs and They went and she went down. There thought she was going to work for a couple of weeks and turned into a pretty good partnership and Ernie Ernie was married at the time and it was not going well and at some point they got divorced and my mom and Ernie then started dating and had a pretty pretty whirlwind love affair for quite a while. Now now that marriage to say it didn't go well. Yeah he's an yes yes she liked he. He gave her the kids for a while because they decided in court he was the better parent he eventually. Yeah think about that as a man. Dan was given custody of his kids to happen. And then he hands them over to her to just take care of them for the day and and he doesn't see them for another two years and the crazy thing is if you think about it he had to be funny for those two yes daily live basis leases racy. He had to. He was spending money on a private detective else. He would they would say they're in you know Wherever there in Texas? This he'd get on a plane after a show and he'd fly down there. Sorry we can't find him. They're not here he was spending. I mean Ernie had a spending problem and but he had spared no expense to find his girls. He was really just distraught about this so key eventually. They found them in Florida but he spent a long time and a lot of money and being very funny on dodge. I don't think he's. He's spending like millions on detectives. Yeah who are not doing a goddamn thing and they say say the way it was tracked down his mother She was sending postcards every day to different different areas. Have you seen these girls. That could that actually doesn't sound too far up. I you know Gilbert good job. We learned some time the first time someone sprays me now. It's an educational program. Well you know it's it was. It was very sad and you know the girls literally did not know how to use a knife and fork and they were you know. My Mom told me a story that when they would be in a car and police car would drive by. They would duck because that's what they're it's a miracle that he found them. Yeah you know. And they said like the mother was just sending out a postcard up any each and and saying have you seen they look like this. Have you seen and eventually someone said. I saw two girls unbelievable. Yeah Yeah and Ernie's mom you know. God bless her. There's there's many crazy stories about this Janette affairs by Loris Lebron and the TV movies Yes yes of course. Lebron is great in that and And Jeff Goldblum is great but it was a weird situation for my mom because he's got like integrate herself into a whole a new family. It's I mean she was fairly young. Yeah she was like not even thirty and she was basically all of a sudden a mom. What I love is reading reading in her memoir which you were kind enough to send on me Singapore song that the the way she talks about meeting him how she knew instantly. She got an electric charge of her arm when he shook her hand. The Ashby says there's a video somewhere you can find it online where she says. I'd never seen a person like that and I thought to myself. I want one of those as she knew she knew she she. She was from a very white bread. You Know Presbyterian Pennsylvania background and she's you know when I saw Kovacs. I'd never seeing someone with a mustache and a cigar and look like a gangster and she thought I want one of those. It's it's sweet to read in the book to their courtship to how he was he you you know lavishing attention on her and and lavishing money of course even when he had no money yes yeah he they. It definitely had a world. My my mom was married three times but even with my dad I knew that like Ernie was the love of her life. It was it was pretty apparent. What was that piece? He took her back to the the To the House to listen to a a classical piece all the the One she had trouble listening to after he passed because it was too. It was too heartbreaking breaking for her. It's not Eric saw is pretty which I can't play. Okay but don't ask me for citing make something up and say.

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"kovacs" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

12:07 min | 1 year ago

"kovacs" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"Cleese recently. And we're watching a lot of monty python. And even though they didn't have that broadcast there was a lot of blackouts in in what they did in the nineteen seventies so in not always necessarily a punchline just they would just go onto the next thing in early would you often with Kovacs. It was the idea behind the whole sketch that was funny and not so much the execution or the structure of it but the concept of what he was doing was hilarious. Terry Gilliam says and you have this booklet. That comes with the the the box set from short factory from factory. Terry Gilliam Cut. The Kovac showed knocked me sideways into a world where the bizarre and the daft and the preposterous all lived happily happily alongside wisdom whitten perception. I had never experienced anything so visually absurd and inventive so you you've just You were with Terry Terry recently. Yeah we did. A Kovac centennial event in London at the BFI. For the Monty Python. Fiftieth Anniversary. And I got to meet Terry Gilliam. And and he couldn't have been nicer and couldn't have been more complimentary about Ernie and I'd Never mad magazine. And Ernie Kovacs were the things that are similar to work Kertzman later. Yeah that's how mcleese yeah And he was totally influenced by. It's funny we were talking about the blackouts. Earning used music. A lot of ways and python used Terry Gilliam's animation into kind of Segue from one sketch to the next bring things back and all that so the very co vaccine thing that I think that they were doing purely with Terry regaling because they had never seen it. So Terry Gilliam's kid in Minnesota Group into Ernie Kovacs on the national show obviously wasn't going to get the show from philly now. Yeah now yeah. Yeah but and look at look at the generations. Well it's the the way. The Sky is influencing comedy for decades to come. Did this day to this day. Yeah Yeah I I love hearing that sort of my mission this year. One Hundred Years Centennial. You kinda you gotTa Make Make Hay someway. I really feel like this is Ernie's you know year to kind kind of make sure that people remember him what what's scary and I mean Franken I I think the reason we do the show. Look people whole. Don't remember who the Marx Brothers and Jack Benny are. You're lucky if they remember. Paul Newman is point. Yeah sure yeah and I I was. We were talking to some twenty year old. And he didn't know who David Letterman was. That's how quickly. Yeah it's like you're gone for a week. So Ernie Kovacs. I mean if you're gonNA remember anyone you might remember Benny or Groucho Ernie Kovacs completely. Well the the thing that's crazy is that This year we've done all these events and I kind of started to reach out to people besides Comedians so I reached out to some musicians. Gerald Casale from devaux was a huge huge fan and we did a panel with with him and some other people. We also had Chris Stein from bloody. I was surprised to find these Kovacs fans and and a wilner learn and and it was really like Christine. Had this moment where we were talking with him we just. I was so lucky to grow up. In this era I was in New York and I was a kid and I just thought this was was like you know you're bringing me back to a moment and I think that is the interesting thing is that it actually elicit something and people that saw him at the time that You know reminds some of their youth or something that was really great about Growing up and what interests fascinates me about Ernie Kovacs. What fascinated me about old movies and that was finding out how they would achieve special effects and they actually get the hands dirty cut things and pace things and fat fashion fashion? Now it's like if you ask. How did you achieve this special effect win like pursed this Knob? And that makes fire appear and then I press this Button and a dragon comes off but then he was always working without a budget wasn't yeah or No budget and even when he was finishing the horse yeah and and then toward the end The special he was doing. ABC He had a bunch of but he was still doing shows with dime-store novelty toys. And stuff like that and kitchen utensils dancing around to ask savell. But that's a thing where you know Those music videos that he would do you look at those and you think oh they would just take it one shot at a time but they were actually sustained sustained performance takes so where every cut you see is happening in the control room. Which means he's got to lay out the entire studio with all the forks and knives and the blender and everything? The people have to be all around pulling wires right on the beat Turning things on and off and it was it's like you said because you know somebody made this thing As opposed to somebody click on something. Th there's something about knowing it was done by a human sure that it makes this more of a connection and and nowadays like the most you know a star wars or Jurassic Park could be made by a two year old on their phone. Yeah nothing whatever. And he's great things that He trusted his crew and he had ideas but he basically would say you do it and I think the crew really loved him and wanted to you work hard because they got to do these great things they figure it out exactly and they got to do stuff. There was much more involved than just. Here's a living room set. Now we're done. I mean they got to to play with toys and and have fun with. I think that's that's one of the main reasons that besides the money ends of the old overtime they're getting but they were. They got to be creative and make like you can get their hands dirty. He dumped water on somebody. Audition goats run through restaurants in Abe suits. I mean this sounds like the early letterman show. It's in some ways it sounds like Conan's first show on NBC too. Because obviously Conan I think has been on the record as saying that Ernie Needy on the back wall of his set. I oh I think on that show. Oh I think that's true very good. Yeah what was Howard. The world's strongest aunt tell our listeners. Venue might have to jump twelve Howard. The world's strongest man was a segment that Dernie did on a semi regular basis on his daily half hour show on NBC for a year and a half and it was a shot of a miniature and eighty would do the voice of how are the world's strongest and you'd see they'd manipulated of course with magnets the best they could with no rehearsal moving chairs around. And now he's GonNa play a game of pool and picnic and it was all eighties. He's e- partially improv improvise. But it was her voice as the world's strongest and people sent in gifts for Howard the world's strongest and Ernie would hold them up on this show and we got these gifts and then whoever was would get a you know a watch or radio in the mail as a thank you but people sent in gifts for the characters and now that you've mentioned let's get your mom your into the act your how. How did they? I mean she was discovered on. Arthur Godfrey's talent scouts. Yes absolutely and Ernie would sad like to take credit but he couldn't well his his producer reducer basically said Kita show in Philadelphia and said to my my mom like. Would you like to come down to meet this guy. You Know Ernie Kovacs and she thought Colfax Dan Colfax Kovacs and They went and she went down. There thought she was going to work for a couple of weeks and turned into a pretty good partnership and Ernie Ernie was married at the time and it was not going well and at some point they got divorced and my mom and Ernie then started dating and had a pretty pretty whirlwind love affair for quite a while. Now now that marriage to say it didn't go well. Yeah he's an yes yes she liked he. He gave her the kids for a while because they decided in court he was the better parent he eventually. Yeah think about that as a man. Dan was given custody of his kids to happen. And then he hands them over to her to just take care of them for the day and and he doesn't see them for another two years and the crazy thing is if you think about it he had to be funny for those two yes daily live basis leases racy. He had to. He was spending money on a private detective else. He would they would say they're in you know Wherever there in Texas? This he'd get on a plane after a show and he'd fly down there. Sorry we can't find him. They're not here he was spending. I mean Ernie had a spending problem and but he had spared no expense to find his girls. He was really just distraught about this so key eventually. They found them in Florida but he spent a long time and a lot of money and being very funny on dodge. I don't think he's. He's spending like millions on detectives. Yeah who are not doing a goddamn thing and they say say the way it was tracked down his mother She was sending postcards every day to different different areas. Have you seen these girls. That could that actually doesn't sound too far up. I you know Gilbert good job. We learned some time the first time someone sprays me now. It's an educational program. Well you know it's it was. It was very sad and you know the girls literally did not know how to use a knife and fork and they were you know. My Mom told me a story that when they would be in a car and police car would drive by. They would duck because that's what they're it's a miracle that he found them. Yeah you know. And they said like the mother was just sending out a postcard up any each and and saying have you seen they look like this. Have you seen and eventually someone said. I saw two girls unbelievable. Yeah Yeah and Ernie's mom you know. God bless her. There's there's many crazy stories about this Janette affairs by Loris Lebron and the TV movies Yes yes of course. Lebron is great in that and And Jeff Goldblum is great but it was a weird situation for my mom because he's got like integrate herself into a whole a new family. It's I mean she was fairly young. Yeah she was like not even thirty and she was basically all of a sudden a mom. What I love is reading reading in her memoir which you were kind enough to send on me Singapore song that the the way she talks about meeting him how she knew instantly. She got an electric charge of her arm when he shook her hand. The Ashby says there's a video somewhere you can find it online where she says. I'd never seen a person like that and I thought to myself. I want one of those as she knew she knew she she. She was from a very white bread. You Know Presbyterian Pennsylvania background and she's you know when I saw Kovacs. I'd never seeing someone with a mustache and a cigar and look like a gangster and she thought I want one of those. It's it's sweet to read in the book to their courtship to how he was he you you know lavishing attention on her and and lavishing money of course even when he had no money yes yeah he they. It definitely had a world. My my mom was married three times but even with my dad I knew that like Ernie was the love of her life. It was it was pretty apparent. What was that piece? He took her back to the the To the House to listen to a a classical piece all the the One she had trouble listening to after he passed because it was too. It was too heartbreaking breaking for her. It's not Eric saw is pretty which I can't play. Okay but don't ask me for citing make something up and say.

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"kovacs" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

12:07 min | 1 year ago

"kovacs" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"Cleese recently. And we're watching a lot of monty python. And even though they didn't have that broadcast there was a lot of blackouts in in what they did in the nineteen seventies so in not always necessarily a punchline just they would just go onto the next thing in early would you often with Kovacs. It was the idea behind the whole sketch that was funny and not so much the execution or the structure of it but the concept of what he was doing was hilarious. Terry Gilliam says and you have this booklet. That comes with the the the box set from short factory from factory. Terry Gilliam Cut. The Kovac showed knocked me sideways into a world where the bizarre and the daft and the preposterous all lived happily happily alongside wisdom whitten perception. I had never experienced anything so visually absurd and inventive so you you've just You were with Terry Terry recently. Yeah we did. A Kovac centennial event in London at the BFI. For the Monty Python. Fiftieth Anniversary. And I got to meet Terry Gilliam. And and he couldn't have been nicer and couldn't have been more complimentary about Ernie and I'd Never mad magazine. And Ernie Kovacs were the things that are similar to work Kertzman later. Yeah that's how mcleese yeah And he was totally influenced by. It's funny we were talking about the blackouts. Earning used music. A lot of ways and python used Terry Gilliam's animation into kind of Segue from one sketch to the next bring things back and all that so the very co vaccine thing that I think that they were doing purely with Terry regaling because they had never seen it. So Terry Gilliam's kid in Minnesota Group into Ernie Kovacs on the national show obviously wasn't going to get the show from philly now. Yeah now yeah. Yeah but and look at look at the generations. Well it's the the way. The Sky is influencing comedy for decades to come. Did this day to this day. Yeah Yeah I I love hearing that sort of my mission this year. One Hundred Years Centennial. You kinda you gotTa Make Make Hay someway. I really feel like this is Ernie's you know year to kind kind of make sure that people remember him what what's scary and I mean Franken I I think the reason we do the show. Look people whole. Don't remember who the Marx Brothers and Jack Benny are. You're lucky if they remember. Paul Newman is point. Yeah sure yeah and I I was. We were talking to some twenty year old. And he didn't know who David Letterman was. That's how quickly. Yeah it's like you're gone for a week. So Ernie Kovacs. I mean if you're gonNA remember anyone you might remember Benny or Groucho Ernie Kovacs completely. Well the the thing that's crazy is that This year we've done all these events and I kind of started to reach out to people besides Comedians so I reached out to some musicians. Gerald Casale from devaux was a huge huge fan and we did a panel with with him and some other people. We also had Chris Stein from bloody. I was surprised to find these Kovacs fans and and a wilner learn and and it was really like Christine. Had this moment where we were talking with him we just. I was so lucky to grow up. In this era I was in New York and I was a kid and I just thought this was was like you know you're bringing me back to a moment and I think that is the interesting thing is that it actually elicit something and people that saw him at the time that You know reminds some of their youth or something that was really great about Growing up and what interests fascinates me about Ernie Kovacs. What fascinated me about old movies and that was finding out how they would achieve special effects and they actually get the hands dirty cut things and pace things and fat fashion fashion? Now it's like if you ask. How did you achieve this special effect win like pursed this Knob? And that makes fire appear and then I press this Button and a dragon comes off but then he was always working without a budget wasn't yeah or No budget and even when he was finishing the horse yeah and and then toward the end The special he was doing. ABC He had a bunch of but he was still doing shows with dime-store novelty toys. And stuff like that and kitchen utensils dancing around to ask savell. But that's a thing where you know Those music videos that he would do you look at those and you think oh they would just take it one shot at a time but they were actually sustained sustained performance takes so where every cut you see is happening in the control room. Which means he's got to lay out the entire studio with all the forks and knives and the blender and everything? The people have to be all around pulling wires right on the beat Turning things on and off and it was it's like you said because you know somebody made this thing As opposed to somebody click on something. Th there's something about knowing it was done by a human sure that it makes this more of a connection and and nowadays like the most you know a star wars or Jurassic Park could be made by a two year old on their phone. Yeah nothing whatever. And he's great things that He trusted his crew and he had ideas but he basically would say you do it and I think the crew really loved him and wanted to you work hard because they got to do these great things they figure it out exactly and they got to do stuff. There was much more involved than just. Here's a living room set. Now we're done. I mean they got to to play with toys and and have fun with. I think that's that's one of the main reasons that besides the money ends of the old overtime they're getting but they were. They got to be creative and make like you can get their hands dirty. He dumped water on somebody. Audition goats run through restaurants in Abe suits. I mean this sounds like the early letterman show. It's in some ways it sounds like Conan's first show on NBC too. Because obviously Conan I think has been on the record as saying that Ernie Needy on the back wall of his set. I oh I think on that show. Oh I think that's true very good. Yeah what was Howard. The world's strongest aunt tell our listeners. Venue might have to jump twelve Howard. The world's strongest man was a segment that Dernie did on a semi regular basis on his daily half hour show on NBC for a year and a half and it was a shot of a miniature and eighty would do the voice of how are the world's strongest and you'd see they'd manipulated of course with magnets the best they could with no rehearsal moving chairs around. And now he's GonNa play a game of pool and picnic and it was all eighties. He's e- partially improv improvise. But it was her voice as the world's strongest and people sent in gifts for Howard the world's strongest and Ernie would hold them up on this show and we got these gifts and then whoever was would get a you know a watch or radio in the mail as a thank you but people sent in gifts for the characters and now that you've mentioned let's get your mom your into the act your how. How did they? I mean she was discovered on. Arthur Godfrey's talent scouts. Yes absolutely and Ernie would sad like to take credit but he couldn't well his his producer reducer basically said Kita show in Philadelphia and said to my my mom like. Would you like to come down to meet this guy. You Know Ernie Kovacs and she thought Colfax Dan Colfax Kovacs and They went and she went down. There thought she was going to work for a couple of weeks and turned into a pretty good partnership and Ernie Ernie was married at the time and it was not going well and at some point they got divorced and my mom and Ernie then started dating and had a pretty pretty whirlwind love affair for quite a while. Now now that marriage to say it didn't go well. Yeah he's an yes yes she liked he. He gave her the kids for a while because they decided in court he was the better parent he eventually. Yeah think about that as a man. Dan was given custody of his kids to happen. And then he hands them over to her to just take care of them for the day and and he doesn't see them for another two years and the crazy thing is if you think about it he had to be funny for those two yes daily live basis leases racy. He had to. He was spending money on a private detective else. He would they would say they're in you know Wherever there in Texas? This he'd get on a plane after a show and he'd fly down there. Sorry we can't find him. They're not here he was spending. I mean Ernie had a spending problem and but he had spared no expense to find his girls. He was really just distraught about this so key eventually. They found them in Florida but he spent a long time and a lot of money and being very funny on dodge. I don't think he's. He's spending like millions on detectives. Yeah who are not doing a goddamn thing and they say say the way it was tracked down his mother She was sending postcards every day to different different areas. Have you seen these girls. That could that actually doesn't sound too far up. I you know Gilbert good job. We learned some time the first time someone sprays me now. It's an educational program. Well you know it's it was. It was very sad and you know the girls literally did not know how to use a knife and fork and they were you know. My Mom told me a story that when they would be in a car and police car would drive by. They would duck because that's what they're it's a miracle that he found them. Yeah you know. And they said like the mother was just sending out a postcard up any each and and saying have you seen they look like this. Have you seen and eventually someone said. I saw two girls unbelievable. Yeah Yeah and Ernie's mom you know. God bless her. There's there's many crazy stories about this Janette affairs by Loris Lebron and the TV movies Yes yes of course. Lebron is great in that and And Jeff Goldblum is great but it was a weird situation for my mom because he's got like integrate herself into a whole a new family. It's I mean she was fairly young. Yeah she was like not even thirty and she was basically all of a sudden a mom. What I love is reading reading in her memoir which you were kind enough to send on me Singapore song that the the way she talks about meeting him how she knew instantly. She got an electric charge of her arm when he shook her hand. The Ashby says there's a video somewhere you can find it online where she says. I'd never seen a person like that and I thought to myself. I want one of those as she knew she knew she she. She was from a very white bread. You Know Presbyterian Pennsylvania background and she's you know when I saw Kovacs. I'd never seeing someone with a mustache and a cigar and look like a gangster and she thought I want one of those. It's it's sweet to read in the book to their courtship to how he was he you you know lavishing attention on her and and lavishing money of course even when he had no money yes yeah he they. It definitely had a world. My my mom was married three times but even with my dad I knew that like Ernie was the love of her life. It was it was pretty apparent. What was that piece? He took her back to the the To the House to listen to a a classical piece all the the One she had trouble listening to after he passed because it was too. It was too heartbreaking breaking for her. It's not Eric saw is pretty which I can't play. Okay but don't ask me for citing make something up and say.

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"kovacs" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

08:55 min | 1 year ago

"kovacs" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"And he drank all the wine. Oh Oh Rambo drank wine horrible slice alone rated Ernie Kovacs wine cellar. Yeah and in typical making news. I said to my mom like well. What did you do? She was like nothing I was like did nothing. She goes well I. He's rocky beat her up. What point did it dawn on you at what age my mom Zd? Adam Adam Starve stage and screen and her previous husband was a comedy legend well There were weird weird moments one of them being on Halloween. I was a huge fan of the three stooges the Marx brothers. And I wanted me and my the two friends. Josh Davis and Tony Davis who were sons of Jerry Davis who were talking about earlier right We dressed up as the Marx brothers and my mom got the great great idea to take us over to Groucho House and hang out with Groucho dressed as the Marx brothers on Halloween. Wow and I have this amazing picture in my house the three of us. I'm Harpo Joshes Chico. And Tony's Groucho and he's right next to US hanging out. Oh Man Jerry Cools. But that's when I kind of went. This is a weird life. That's magical. Yeah I I have friends who knew me much later. Who Go like his that? Is that you with Groucho. Yeah dressed justice. Harpo Steve Stall your answer. The door I know but I do remember. My Mom told me that was it Erin has white. There wasn't the wife does whatever she whatever she was she was there and not a nice lady. My mom did not like her very much now. Yeah 'cause Steve Still. You told the story that grouches there. He's like about a thousand. Yeah and he's just had another stroke and everyone's panicking Congratu had a stroke and she goes back and that was her reaction. I don't I don't think she. She had a very nice end either. I shot herself. Yeah she lived out on the street and shot her so show runs the gamut and she was staring at her chest and he's really. I might indeed probably yes now. I store quote. I think it was at the Comedy Museum. I saw quote and I'm pretty short. Was David Letterman. WHO said Ernie Colfax? I knew what to do with television before television knew what to do with the shelf. Yeah that's accurate yeah. I think it's actually in the DVD box at that we put out. I'm not positive but yeah I think He was absolutely right. I think Ernie was creating the media the visuals for television before anybody. He knew what was going on. It was usually a radio. Show that you would kind of take from radio and put on television. And you know there's cameras now or it was like a lot of people called it Vaudeville in a box walks. Yeah very much so well. LETTERMAN hired Bill Wendell to be as I announcer and Bill Wendell and had history with Ernie. That's our man going way way. Back history question. Oh Man Yeah Mr Mann and it's funny because movies silent movies already realized. Hey film this magical. You could do things with Ed. TV hadn't realized that no one. I think Ernie's genius if you kind of think about it is just. How did he know that this would work? I mean it it had never been done before. It's a brand new medium. It's really clunky machinery. I mean it's giant cameras. And he was doing man on the street stuff and things in Philadelphia nighttime beginning. Yeah whoa injured. Leading the audience see the crew which hadn't been done. He was satirizing the conventions of television while they were being invented. But yeah I mean there's there's a there's a kinetico footage we have From the show in nineteen fifty one. He's writing the camera Dolly from one set to the next. It didn't matter it was. Is it that that you know he was on TV. And you had to maintain this artifice. We're doing a show you know you're just having a visit with him. He happened to be in a television studio. What was your introduction to this Ben? Then what we know. We know Josh's but how'd you fall little different It was the the Best Ernie Kovacs television. Show that aired on public public television in nineteen seventy seven And those were compilation shows there half hour shows but might folks had been huge fans ends and they knew of my vapid interest in visual humor and weird stuff like that is a huge buster Keaton Fan and they knew I would. I would like this so that that was. That's where right I saw Kovacs and I went bananas. I was like Oh i. I've never seen anything like this but I love it when when I watched when I watch colfax stuff it's like I had a weird connection like when Disney re-release fantasia it was music and weird imagery and and people would get stone and watch it. I could see people on drugs. Getting into Bernie Ernie Kovacs. In fact Kaleidoscope Joe Serena I mean even even just even when he was in Philadelphia doing to our wakeup show they had to put something on the air and he would tape a kaleidoscope to an orange juice candidate that to the front of the Lens and just play records and spin that around and they're stuffed stuffed. There's so much like you're saying that you watch anything. We this was on television. It looks like weird video that you would see in. Soho looks like a nightmare sequence sequence he was he was very dark and a lot of his stuff. Didn't have a punchline. It didn't have even humor sometimes. There's a piece that he does the street scene. Oh yeah that's beautiful and it's amazing but it is not comedy it's seven minutes of people moving and telling a story in sync to the for the opening movement of Bartok's concerto for orchestra and he did an entire sketch underwater and there's one part where puts us a guard who his mouth and blows closeouts smoke right and you go. How the fuck do that? And I heard. He had a mouthful of milk. Put and correct. Yeah tank. He's in a tank. It was it was a it was a commercial for one of his commercials for Dutch masters and And then there's an episode of take a good look. which which is the Bizarro quiz show? We'll talk they. They run that commercial and they come out of any explains how they did it. You know he's down there holding his breath but the mouth full of milk or cream green tea. Yeah but the there was never an idea. Oh you can't do this. You know. Even at the beginning he would find some way with To to to make it look like the camera was pointed upside down so he could appear to be vacuuming the ceiling. Yeah yeah well we know Letterman was a fan and you and I were talking off Mike that there was. You know that somebody and I don't know if this is provable. But that certainly Merrill Marco who was doing a lot of the writing on the early Letterman show was Kovacs Person. Yeah there was an interview her influences. This is clear. Yeah We and she was on a panel that we didn't about two thousand eleven or twelve it The American cinematheque with Bob Odenkirk Jeff Carlin Bunch of people of but she was one that said Yeah. The writers all went to the Museum of Well it's the Paley Center now. Yeah and watched Kovacs and that's where they came up with a lot of. I mean seriously the the pencil at the things the three hundred sixty degree show that they did you remember that on Letterman turns as they revolve the image throughout throughout the hour. Or the Juanita on a plane He did a fourth anniversary. Show in flight. Yeah I think what else would i. It wasn't so much letterman but certainly all the writers would go over and watch the Kovac shows over and over and lift ideas from it and just sh- roussaly. I was watching a documentary and I didn't even think about this fat both Ruin and Martin's laugh Saturday night live both take a lot from Kofi. Ah You're definitely we'll we'll George slaughter who produced a laugh and his wife. Joey andbranch was part of Ernie's ensemble cast from nineteen fifty nine to sixty one so he's certainly hanging hanging around the set and they knew each other. ABC specials the later they're blackouts then. Laughing borrows liberally just faster just just faster and with with a different kind on a foot. They would just say that that that made it there. Yeah right and also monty python we We were just spend some mm time with John.

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"kovacs" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

08:55 min | 1 year ago

"kovacs" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"And he drank all the wine. Oh Oh Rambo drank wine horrible slice alone rated Ernie Kovacs wine cellar. Yeah and in typical making news. I said to my mom like well. What did you do? She was like nothing I was like did nothing. She goes well I. He's rocky beat her up. What point did it dawn on you at what age my mom Zd? Adam Adam Starve stage and screen and her previous husband was a comedy legend well There were weird weird moments one of them being on Halloween. I was a huge fan of the three stooges the Marx brothers. And I wanted me and my the two friends. Josh Davis and Tony Davis who were sons of Jerry Davis who were talking about earlier right We dressed up as the Marx brothers and my mom got the great great idea to take us over to Groucho House and hang out with Groucho dressed as the Marx brothers on Halloween. Wow and I have this amazing picture in my house the three of us. I'm Harpo Joshes Chico. And Tony's Groucho and he's right next to US hanging out. Oh Man Jerry Cools. But that's when I kind of went. This is a weird life. That's magical. Yeah I I have friends who knew me much later. Who Go like his that? Is that you with Groucho. Yeah dressed justice. Harpo Steve Stall your answer. The door I know but I do remember. My Mom told me that was it Erin has white. There wasn't the wife does whatever she whatever she was she was there and not a nice lady. My mom did not like her very much now. Yeah 'cause Steve Still. You told the story that grouches there. He's like about a thousand. Yeah and he's just had another stroke and everyone's panicking Congratu had a stroke and she goes back and that was her reaction. I don't I don't think she. She had a very nice end either. I shot herself. Yeah she lived out on the street and shot her so show runs the gamut and she was staring at her chest and he's really. I might indeed probably yes now. I store quote. I think it was at the Comedy Museum. I saw quote and I'm pretty short. Was David Letterman. WHO said Ernie Colfax? I knew what to do with television before television knew what to do with the shelf. Yeah that's accurate yeah. I think it's actually in the DVD box at that we put out. I'm not positive but yeah I think He was absolutely right. I think Ernie was creating the media the visuals for television before anybody. He knew what was going on. It was usually a radio. Show that you would kind of take from radio and put on television. And you know there's cameras now or it was like a lot of people called it Vaudeville in a box walks. Yeah very much so well. LETTERMAN hired Bill Wendell to be as I announcer and Bill Wendell and had history with Ernie. That's our man going way way. Back history question. Oh Man Yeah Mr Mann and it's funny because movies silent movies already realized. Hey film this magical. You could do things with Ed. TV hadn't realized that no one. I think Ernie's genius if you kind of think about it is just. How did he know that this would work? I mean it it had never been done before. It's a brand new medium. It's really clunky machinery. I mean it's giant cameras. And he was doing man on the street stuff and things in Philadelphia nighttime beginning. Yeah whoa injured. Leading the audience see the crew which hadn't been done. He was satirizing the conventions of television while they were being invented. But yeah I mean there's there's a there's a kinetico footage we have From the show in nineteen fifty one. He's writing the camera Dolly from one set to the next. It didn't matter it was. Is it that that you know he was on TV. And you had to maintain this artifice. We're doing a show you know you're just having a visit with him. He happened to be in a television studio. What was your introduction to this Ben? Then what we know. We know Josh's but how'd you fall little different It was the the Best Ernie Kovacs television. Show that aired on public public television in nineteen seventy seven And those were compilation shows there half hour shows but might folks had been huge fans ends and they knew of my vapid interest in visual humor and weird stuff like that is a huge buster Keaton Fan and they knew I would. I would like this so that that was. That's where right I saw Kovacs and I went bananas. I was like Oh i. I've never seen anything like this but I love it when when I watched when I watch colfax stuff it's like I had a weird connection like when Disney re-release fantasia it was music and weird imagery and and people would get stone and watch it. I could see people on drugs. Getting into Bernie Ernie Kovacs. In fact Kaleidoscope Joe Serena I mean even even just even when he was in Philadelphia doing to our wakeup show they had to put something on the air and he would tape a kaleidoscope to an orange juice candidate that to the front of the Lens and just play records and spin that around and they're stuffed stuffed. There's so much like you're saying that you watch anything. We this was on television. It looks like weird video that you would see in. Soho looks like a nightmare sequence sequence he was he was very dark and a lot of his stuff. Didn't have a punchline. It didn't have even humor sometimes. There's a piece that he does the street scene. Oh yeah that's beautiful and it's amazing but it is not comedy it's seven minutes of people moving and telling a story in sync to the for the opening movement of Bartok's concerto for orchestra and he did an entire sketch underwater and there's one part where puts us a guard who his mouth and blows closeouts smoke right and you go. How the fuck do that? And I heard. He had a mouthful of milk. Put and correct. Yeah tank. He's in a tank. It was it was a it was a commercial for one of his commercials for Dutch masters and And then there's an episode of take a good look. which which is the Bizarro quiz show? We'll talk they. They run that commercial and they come out of any explains how they did it. You know he's down there holding his breath but the mouth full of milk or cream green tea. Yeah but the there was never an idea. Oh you can't do this. You know. Even at the beginning he would find some way with To to to make it look like the camera was pointed upside down so he could appear to be vacuuming the ceiling. Yeah yeah well we know Letterman was a fan and you and I were talking off Mike that there was. You know that somebody and I don't know if this is provable. But that certainly Merrill Marco who was doing a lot of the writing on the early Letterman show was Kovacs Person. Yeah there was an interview her influences. This is clear. Yeah We and she was on a panel that we didn't about two thousand eleven or twelve it The American cinematheque with Bob Odenkirk Jeff Carlin Bunch of people of but she was one that said Yeah. The writers all went to the Museum of Well it's the Paley Center now. Yeah and watched Kovacs and that's where they came up with a lot of. I mean seriously the the pencil at the things the three hundred sixty degree show that they did you remember that on Letterman turns as they revolve the image throughout throughout the hour. Or the Juanita on a plane He did a fourth anniversary. Show in flight. Yeah I think what else would i. It wasn't so much letterman but certainly all the writers would go over and watch the Kovac shows over and over and lift ideas from it and just sh- roussaly. I was watching a documentary and I didn't even think about this fat both Ruin and Martin's laugh Saturday night live both take a lot from Kofi. Ah You're definitely we'll we'll George slaughter who produced a laugh and his wife. Joey andbranch was part of Ernie's ensemble cast from nineteen fifty nine to sixty one so he's certainly hanging hanging around the set and they knew each other. ABC specials the later they're blackouts then. Laughing borrows liberally just faster just just faster and with with a different kind on a foot. They would just say that that that made it there. Yeah right and also monty python we We were just spend some mm time with John.

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"kovacs" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

08:55 min | 1 year ago

"kovacs" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"And he drank all the wine. Oh Oh Rambo drank wine horrible slice alone rated Ernie Kovacs wine cellar. Yeah and in typical making news. I said to my mom like well. What did you do? She was like nothing I was like did nothing. She goes well I. He's rocky beat her up. What point did it dawn on you at what age my mom Zd? Adam Adam Starve stage and screen and her previous husband was a comedy legend well There were weird weird moments one of them being on Halloween. I was a huge fan of the three stooges the Marx brothers. And I wanted me and my the two friends. Josh Davis and Tony Davis who were sons of Jerry Davis who were talking about earlier right We dressed up as the Marx brothers and my mom got the great great idea to take us over to Groucho House and hang out with Groucho dressed as the Marx brothers on Halloween. Wow and I have this amazing picture in my house the three of us. I'm Harpo Joshes Chico. And Tony's Groucho and he's right next to US hanging out. Oh Man Jerry Cools. But that's when I kind of went. This is a weird life. That's magical. Yeah I I have friends who knew me much later. Who Go like his that? Is that you with Groucho. Yeah dressed justice. Harpo Steve Stall your answer. The door I know but I do remember. My Mom told me that was it Erin has white. There wasn't the wife does whatever she whatever she was she was there and not a nice lady. My mom did not like her very much now. Yeah 'cause Steve Still. You told the story that grouches there. He's like about a thousand. Yeah and he's just had another stroke and everyone's panicking Congratu had a stroke and she goes back and that was her reaction. I don't I don't think she. She had a very nice end either. I shot herself. Yeah she lived out on the street and shot her so show runs the gamut and she was staring at her chest and he's really. I might indeed probably yes now. I store quote. I think it was at the Comedy Museum. I saw quote and I'm pretty short. Was David Letterman. WHO said Ernie Colfax? I knew what to do with television before television knew what to do with the shelf. Yeah that's accurate yeah. I think it's actually in the DVD box at that we put out. I'm not positive but yeah I think He was absolutely right. I think Ernie was creating the media the visuals for television before anybody. He knew what was going on. It was usually a radio. Show that you would kind of take from radio and put on television. And you know there's cameras now or it was like a lot of people called it Vaudeville in a box walks. Yeah very much so well. LETTERMAN hired Bill Wendell to be as I announcer and Bill Wendell and had history with Ernie. That's our man going way way. Back history question. Oh Man Yeah Mr Mann and it's funny because movies silent movies already realized. Hey film this magical. You could do things with Ed. TV hadn't realized that no one. I think Ernie's genius if you kind of think about it is just. How did he know that this would work? I mean it it had never been done before. It's a brand new medium. It's really clunky machinery. I mean it's giant cameras. And he was doing man on the street stuff and things in Philadelphia nighttime beginning. Yeah whoa injured. Leading the audience see the crew which hadn't been done. He was satirizing the conventions of television while they were being invented. But yeah I mean there's there's a there's a kinetico footage we have From the show in nineteen fifty one. He's writing the camera Dolly from one set to the next. It didn't matter it was. Is it that that you know he was on TV. And you had to maintain this artifice. We're doing a show you know you're just having a visit with him. He happened to be in a television studio. What was your introduction to this Ben? Then what we know. We know Josh's but how'd you fall little different It was the the Best Ernie Kovacs television. Show that aired on public public television in nineteen seventy seven And those were compilation shows there half hour shows but might folks had been huge fans ends and they knew of my vapid interest in visual humor and weird stuff like that is a huge buster Keaton Fan and they knew I would. I would like this so that that was. That's where right I saw Kovacs and I went bananas. I was like Oh i. I've never seen anything like this but I love it when when I watched when I watch colfax stuff it's like I had a weird connection like when Disney re-release fantasia it was music and weird imagery and and people would get stone and watch it. I could see people on drugs. Getting into Bernie Ernie Kovacs. In fact Kaleidoscope Joe Serena I mean even even just even when he was in Philadelphia doing to our wakeup show they had to put something on the air and he would tape a kaleidoscope to an orange juice candidate that to the front of the Lens and just play records and spin that around and they're stuffed stuffed. There's so much like you're saying that you watch anything. We this was on television. It looks like weird video that you would see in. Soho looks like a nightmare sequence sequence he was he was very dark and a lot of his stuff. Didn't have a punchline. It didn't have even humor sometimes. There's a piece that he does the street scene. Oh yeah that's beautiful and it's amazing but it is not comedy it's seven minutes of people moving and telling a story in sync to the for the opening movement of Bartok's concerto for orchestra and he did an entire sketch underwater and there's one part where puts us a guard who his mouth and blows closeouts smoke right and you go. How the fuck do that? And I heard. He had a mouthful of milk. Put and correct. Yeah tank. He's in a tank. It was it was a it was a commercial for one of his commercials for Dutch masters and And then there's an episode of take a good look. which which is the Bizarro quiz show? We'll talk they. They run that commercial and they come out of any explains how they did it. You know he's down there holding his breath but the mouth full of milk or cream green tea. Yeah but the there was never an idea. Oh you can't do this. You know. Even at the beginning he would find some way with To to to make it look like the camera was pointed upside down so he could appear to be vacuuming the ceiling. Yeah yeah well we know Letterman was a fan and you and I were talking off Mike that there was. You know that somebody and I don't know if this is provable. But that certainly Merrill Marco who was doing a lot of the writing on the early Letterman show was Kovacs Person. Yeah there was an interview her influences. This is clear. Yeah We and she was on a panel that we didn't about two thousand eleven or twelve it The American cinematheque with Bob Odenkirk Jeff Carlin Bunch of people of but she was one that said Yeah. The writers all went to the Museum of Well it's the Paley Center now. Yeah and watched Kovacs and that's where they came up with a lot of. I mean seriously the the pencil at the things the three hundred sixty degree show that they did you remember that on Letterman turns as they revolve the image throughout throughout the hour. Or the Juanita on a plane He did a fourth anniversary. Show in flight. Yeah I think what else would i. It wasn't so much letterman but certainly all the writers would go over and watch the Kovac shows over and over and lift ideas from it and just sh- roussaly. I was watching a documentary and I didn't even think about this fat both Ruin and Martin's laugh Saturday night live both take a lot from Kofi. Ah You're definitely we'll we'll George slaughter who produced a laugh and his wife. Joey andbranch was part of Ernie's ensemble cast from nineteen fifty nine to sixty one so he's certainly hanging hanging around the set and they knew each other. ABC specials the later they're blackouts then. Laughing borrows liberally just faster just just faster and with with a different kind on a foot. They would just say that that that made it there. Yeah right and also monty python we We were just spend some mm time with John.

Bernie Ernie Kovacs Ernie Colfax David Letterman Groucho Josh Davis Oh Rambo Philadelphia Bill Wendell Jerry Davis LETTERMAN Groucho House Marx Adam Adam Harpo Joshes Chico Harpo Steve Stall US Tony Davis Jerry Cools Comedy Museum
"kovacs" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

08:55 min | 1 year ago

"kovacs" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"For our celebration of the one hundred birth year of groundbreaking comedian and broadcaster Ernie Kovacs and Josh Mills. It's a producer our our guide this and public relations executive and the four for most scholar and expert on the legacy and work pioneering comedian. Ernie Kovacs he also supervised provides the state of Colfax as well as the estate off his late. Mother and actress hits as late mother. Yeah you'll get called back. Swipe and frequent collaborator Tony. Winning singer and actress jurist eadie Adams. He recently oversaw the production and release of the box said Ernie. Colfax the centennial centennial. Edition produced the reissue CD. Ernie Kovacs album and he travels the country hosting and helping all have been celebrating kopecks life and work including recent events with with Monty Python legend. John cleese and Terry Gilliam. He also says he met her veigh villages one time and he was packing heat pain and I need shoot you. Ben modell is ain't producer. A musician can pose your filled. His story who created one of the first Ernie Kovacs Fan sites on the Internet. He's the archivist. Ernie Colfax eadie Adams collection and curated the Ernie Kovacs collection the DVD box sets foot short factory. He washout factors fucking shout. Shout factory may record a short factory. A false jilts saying thank you. And he's also one of the nation's leading silent film makes perks and a Cockney stop theme. Nobody accomplished manner yes yes appiano and performed live original scores on both the Ano and theater organ for hundreds of silent films which could be heard on T. N. museums historic theaters and and on numerous DVD. And Blu Ray release his as well as his youtube channel and he's going to blame me a sub live music from the Bela Lugosi version of Dracula. Even if he doesn't know it the edge as well. Did they show Josh Mills and Ben. modell thanks wow we. I was hoping you'd mispronounced my name. We got through that everybody else. Does I spelled it phonetically. Oh that's but a company is nobody can say that. I think I said earning cofactor about twenty different pronunciation with the V.. I'd say any Colfax talk about him to welcome boys. Thank you anything on Sandy Koufax no and another dodger but no now we. We've already done about five. Shows all five might just before you know. Just when Josh sitting talking to Josh yes John Torri reiterate. Josh is the son of the late grady atoms star of stage and screen in both big and small and he has all kinds of wonderful stories. But now that we mentioned it at least let's get the survey reveal a story out of the way we get down to brass tacks. Well my mom was in fantasy island episode uh-huh Good Star the world's most desirable woman. Yes and I did get to meet her villages and yes he was packing can heat. He did have a gun in a holster when I met him in his white suit from the show and I found it incredibly scary and weird so he walked around on the set they show with a gun he evidently he was afraid that people were going to pick him up and get him the reasonable fear. Yes now another story I heard is that people like looking at and they would would follow him into the Mensur Ron Friedman. We had a writer here. who run you around Friedman? Yeah a legendary character and he wrote a lot of fantasy islands and told us that people would follow IRV survey into the men's room to sneak peek. So that's one of the reasons. He carried a piece. I pardon me. Pardon the expression one of the reasons he carried a piece Yeah I insist that they looked as a twelve year old them off. I found it really disconcerting to meet someone who is that short short also would just add a gun on said it just. It seems so weird and he'd never looked like a stable character. No it wasn't a happy guy. No I I heard that you know. The two shows were fantasy island and magnum with Tom. Sellers Right Sally. Still Tom. Selleck was the biggest star and most handsome star in the planet and Irvy's villages was really angry angry. That Tom Selleck was a big star and making more money. And like you know city get more pussy. Well it's actually funny. You mentioned that because a friend of mine in the in the eighties or nineties used to work for a company that represented people for voiceovers and she gave me a tape. which I have to under and get to you where they made a cassette and sent it into the guy and basically basically said things like you know I can sing? You should let me sing more than he did sing. Dinah shore sure yes and he cut an album he. It's like a Karaoke recording this song about why do birds fly. Yes the holy fuck and I have this somewhere. So yeah he was. He was jealous of a lot of things. I think he wanted more and he couldn't believe that Tom Selleck L.. Look who was like ridiculous. We had so and him. That was a freak. At that. Tom Selleck was more popular with the ladies. Can you show me one other Ernie Kovacs tribute that opens with Bill. Ten minutes verbiage jazz materials caps off the year just fine Ben Musically speaking. You are a musician have you heard. Have you heard the musical stylings of only on the only only only on this show Gilbert's version treat I'm GonNa send you okay. Yeah it was always like I remember. Yeah like the birds singing this guy done the Oh love me. We still don't be on fire eight leave and it did. His version was worse. Okay here's something I wanted to do with you. Because you're you're an expert on the on the Organ Gervais right exactly. Go ever done that joke. I want to narrate a short movie. Okay and have you okay. It starts off with a farm armed boy working out in the field now. He spots a beautiful girl picking picking daisies..

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"kovacs" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

07:46 min | 1 year ago

"kovacs" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"Ernie Kovacs album and he travels the country hosting and helping all have been celebrating kopecks life and work including recent events with with Monty Python legend. John cleese and Terry Gilliam. He also says he met her veigh villages one time and he was packing heat pain and I need shoot you. Ben modell is ain't producer. A musician can pose your filled. His story who created one of the first Ernie Kovacs Fan sites on the Internet. He's the archivist. Ernie Colfax eadie Adams collection and curated the Ernie Kovacs collection the DVD box sets foot short factory. He washout factors fucking shout. Shout factory may record a short factory. A false jilts saying thank you. And he's also one of the nation's leading silent film makes perks and a Cockney stop theme. Nobody accomplished manner yes yes appiano and performed live original scores on both the Ano and theater organ for hundreds of silent films which could be heard on T. N. museums historic theaters and and on numerous DVD. And Blu Ray release his as well as his youtube channel and he's going to blame me a sub live music from the Bela Lugosi version of Dracula. Even if he doesn't know it the edge as well. Did they show Josh Mills and Ben. modell thanks wow we. I was hoping you'd mispronounced my name. We got through that everybody else. Does I spelled it phonetically. Oh that's but a company is nobody can say that. I think I said earning cofactor about twenty different pronunciation with the V.. I'd say any Colfax talk about him to welcome boys. Thank you anything on Sandy Koufax no and another dodger but no now we. We've already done about five. Shows all five might just before you know. Just when Josh sitting talking to Josh yes John Torri reiterate. Josh is the son of the late grady atoms star of stage and screen in both big and small and he has all kinds of wonderful stories. But now that we mentioned it at least let's get the survey reveal a story out of the way we get down to brass tacks. Well my mom was in fantasy island episode uh-huh Good Star the world's most desirable woman. Yes and I did get to meet her villages and yes he was packing can heat. He did have a gun in a holster when I met him in his white suit from the show and I found it incredibly scary and weird so he walked around on the set they show with a gun he evidently he was afraid that people were going to pick him up and get him the reasonable fear. Yes now another story I heard is that people like looking at and they would would follow him into the Mensur Ron Friedman. We had a writer here. who run you around Friedman? Yeah a legendary character and he wrote a lot of fantasy islands and told us that people would follow IRV survey into the men's room to sneak peek. So that's one of the reasons. He carried a piece. I pardon me. Pardon the expression one of the reasons he carried a piece Yeah I insist that they looked as a twelve year old them off. I found it really disconcerting to meet someone who is that short short also would just add a gun on said it just. It seems so weird and he'd never looked like a stable character. No it wasn't a happy guy. No I I heard that you know. The two shows were fantasy island and magnum with Tom. Sellers Right Sally. Still Tom. Selleck was the biggest star and most handsome star in the planet and Irvy's villages was really angry angry. That Tom Selleck was a big star and making more money. And like you know city get more pussy. Well it's actually funny. You mentioned that because a friend of mine in the in the eighties or nineties used to work for a company that represented people for voiceovers and she gave me a tape. which I have to under and get to you where they made a cassette and sent it into the guy and basically basically said things like you know I can sing? You should let me sing more than he did sing. Dinah shore sure yes and he cut an album he. It's like a Karaoke recording this song about why do birds fly. Yes the holy fuck and I have this somewhere. So yeah he was. He was jealous of a lot of things. I think he wanted more and he couldn't believe that Tom Selleck L.. Look who was like ridiculous. We had so and him. That was a freak. At that. Tom Selleck was more popular with the ladies. Can you show me one other Ernie Kovacs tribute that opens with Bill. Ten minutes verbiage jazz materials caps off the year just fine Ben Musically speaking. You are a musician have you heard. Have you heard the musical stylings of only on the only only only on this show Gilbert's version treat I'm GonNa send you okay. Yeah it was always like I remember. Yeah like the birds singing this guy done the Oh love me. We still don't be on fire eight leave and it did. His version was worse. Okay here's something I wanted to do with you. Because you're you're an expert on the on the Organ Gervais right exactly. Go ever done that joke. I want to narrate a short movie. Okay and have you okay. It starts off with a farm armed boy working out in the field now. He spots a beautiful girl picking picking daisies..

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"kovacs" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

07:46 min | 1 year ago

"kovacs" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"Ernie Kovacs album and he travels the country hosting and helping all have been celebrating kopecks life and work including recent events with with Monty Python legend. John cleese and Terry Gilliam. He also says he met her veigh villages one time and he was packing heat pain and I need shoot you. Ben modell is ain't producer. A musician can pose your filled. His story who created one of the first Ernie Kovacs Fan sites on the Internet. He's the archivist. Ernie Colfax eadie Adams collection and curated the Ernie Kovacs collection the DVD box sets foot short factory. He washout factors fucking shout. Shout factory may record a short factory. A false jilts saying thank you. And he's also one of the nation's leading silent film makes perks and a Cockney stop theme. Nobody accomplished manner yes yes appiano and performed live original scores on both the Ano and theater organ for hundreds of silent films which could be heard on T. N. museums historic theaters and and on numerous DVD. And Blu Ray release his as well as his youtube channel and he's going to blame me a sub live music from the Bela Lugosi version of Dracula. Even if he doesn't know it the edge as well. Did they show Josh Mills and Ben. modell thanks wow we. I was hoping you'd mispronounced my name. We got through that everybody else. Does I spelled it phonetically. Oh that's but a company is nobody can say that. I think I said earning cofactor about twenty different pronunciation with the V.. I'd say any Colfax talk about him to welcome boys. Thank you anything on Sandy Koufax no and another dodger but no now we. We've already done about five. Shows all five might just before you know. Just when Josh sitting talking to Josh yes John Torri reiterate. Josh is the son of the late grady atoms star of stage and screen in both big and small and he has all kinds of wonderful stories. But now that we mentioned it at least let's get the survey reveal a story out of the way we get down to brass tacks. Well my mom was in fantasy island episode uh-huh Good Star the world's most desirable woman. Yes and I did get to meet her villages and yes he was packing can heat. He did have a gun in a holster when I met him in his white suit from the show and I found it incredibly scary and weird so he walked around on the set they show with a gun he evidently he was afraid that people were going to pick him up and get him the reasonable fear. Yes now another story I heard is that people like looking at and they would would follow him into the Mensur Ron Friedman. We had a writer here. who run you around Friedman? Yeah a legendary character and he wrote a lot of fantasy islands and told us that people would follow IRV survey into the men's room to sneak peek. So that's one of the reasons. He carried a piece. I pardon me. Pardon the expression one of the reasons he carried a piece Yeah I insist that they looked as a twelve year old them off. I found it really disconcerting to meet someone who is that short short also would just add a gun on said it just. It seems so weird and he'd never looked like a stable character. No it wasn't a happy guy. No I I heard that you know. The two shows were fantasy island and magnum with Tom. Sellers Right Sally. Still Tom. Selleck was the biggest star and most handsome star in the planet and Irvy's villages was really angry angry. That Tom Selleck was a big star and making more money. And like you know city get more pussy. Well it's actually funny. You mentioned that because a friend of mine in the in the eighties or nineties used to work for a company that represented people for voiceovers and she gave me a tape. which I have to under and get to you where they made a cassette and sent it into the guy and basically basically said things like you know I can sing? You should let me sing more than he did sing. Dinah shore sure yes and he cut an album he. It's like a Karaoke recording this song about why do birds fly. Yes the holy fuck and I have this somewhere. So yeah he was. He was jealous of a lot of things. I think he wanted more and he couldn't believe that Tom Selleck L.. Look who was like ridiculous. We had so and him. That was a freak. At that. Tom Selleck was more popular with the ladies. Can you show me one other Ernie Kovacs tribute that opens with Bill. Ten minutes verbiage jazz materials caps off the year just fine Ben Musically speaking. You are a musician have you heard. Have you heard the musical stylings of only on the only only only on this show Gilbert's version treat I'm GonNa send you okay. Yeah it was always like I remember. Yeah like the birds singing this guy done the Oh love me. We still don't be on fire eight leave and it did. His version was worse. Okay here's something I wanted to do with you. Because you're you're an expert on the on the Organ Gervais right exactly. Go ever done that joke. I want to narrate a short movie. Okay and have you okay. It starts off with a farm armed boy working out in the field now. He spots a beautiful girl picking picking daisies..

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"kovacs" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"kovacs" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Beck. It's so bad. Moving on. I did ask her healing. A really weird question about whether he would put all the money on Rondo knocking down the three pointer or with one shot knocking out three. Actually, I'll take the three because Chris Paul's a tough SOB man pool is Chris Paul is a fighter. He is tough years. You know? Know he's been a hamstring thick going on. But I do not question. How tough he is. My guess is. I have no way of testing this theory, nor do I plan to my guess is. He can take a punch. By the way, last one more serious note. I always talk about alternate universes and alternate realities and all that weirdness. There is some earth thirty nine we're Bill Belichick hired by the raiders. And Stewart Kovacs as the one walking around like he owns the sports world. Instead of all these Boston fans, and we know that because Amy Trask let us know on the show this week that she recommended the hoodie when she had a little say in that hiring decision. Al only involve me in one coaching search during the entire thirty years. I was with the team and I met each of the candidates, and he said to me after the search, which would you hire? And I told him Bill ballot. Check. And the reason I share that to note that he was so impressive in that interview. And as they would say in Boston, wakened, smart that impressed me. Now, Al didn't hire him. He went on to hire someone else. Very very good. But I did always delight that for the rest of my career. He. I would say to me kid, you know, how to pick a coach. And so I put a lot of premium on intelligence others put it on different things really enjoyed Amy on the show too. So that is the first ever rider than you recap enjoyed it. We'll get a a verdict from Stu we'll get a verdict from portrays he's got his head buried in his hands over there. It's all going to be okay trays, and it's time Brian Ryan, we're going to pick a bum of the week face. A the week. Ryan is going to get picked on righter than you with me. Bill Ryder CBS sports radio update. The.

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"kovacs" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"kovacs" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"But you'll never be able to get that actually experience of the customers coming in seeing the product taking it up with you guys with pup joy to be able to bring their pets in and see what toys and what treats their pets kind of gravitate towards is that's really important to us. So we want to be able to tell the brand's story in an immersive way that's very unique to them. I totally agree with you on that. That may be my favorite thing about having retail presence with you guys just for folks to bring in their pets and actually interact with stuff. Yes. Exactly. I think hopefully, we'll be working. On an adventure. Gather soon to really give people a reason to come into the store and bring their poppies and pets with them. So yeah, we're really excited about it. That's how the mission, and you know, why we're doing this Anne-Marie again, Ameri Kovacs is my partner and the company she's been in Chicago for about a decade. Now, I've made several trips to Chicago. And I still remember the first time I was there air locking through downtown and just kind of cell in love with the city outside of that d- startup community in Chicago, don't get enough credit. It's a community. I don't know how there's not more press or more awareness for the Chicago start community. But I can tell you right now, not only are we in Chicago. But of all the brands we have in the store, I think there's eight of their from Chicago. So pretty clear indicator that Chicago's a special place. I agree big props to the Chicago start. Yup. Community. I think it's starting to get a little more press, but it's duly deserve. So I know this is kind of a pilot for store for you. And there's a broader vision where do you guys hope to go with a pop boxes concept? Yeah. So I think we're very new the new store is we just launched in October. It's going to be running through December twenty four. So we're already working on the next theme, which will hopefully be unveiling soon and outside of that. We're looking to continue focusing on the business growing, the business finding more partners. And hopefully, you know, mid delay. Twenty eighteen will be looking to start expanding to a second location. So really right now, we're in the thick of it. We're living that startup life. And we haven't we haven't had a chance to stop since.

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"kovacs" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"kovacs" Discussed on WCTC

"The ball to begin as rumps in fairhaven has their kickoff unit on the fields it's the whole purpose four rumson fairhaven as they put the ball the 23 yonli picked up by up back thrilling all the way to the forty yard line a good run on the opening kickoff by robbie fiorentino playing as one of the up backs these starting running back for somerville whose combined for over twelve hundred yards all s rush and receiving and sell the pioneers will have the ball first in santa their own 38 yardline driving left to right across the grid iron here at i point solution stadium the first quarterback is ryan kovacs number twelve in is rhode white uniforms with the orange trim orange numerals on the front and back he's a pocket pass or quarterback he's got robbie fiorentino to his right forearm receiver set three to the near side fiorentino puerta me comeback takes this gnat hands it off the fiorentino plunges up the gut free order to stop very quickly on the play by liam donahue one of these starting quarterbacks forums in fairhaven let's take a peek at the starting offense for some reveal left right on the offensive line charlie burkheart mike desarno could ease center is ellen booker marcus lauber and sandler on the right side of the line second in eight coack state the quick snap throws it the near side finds carry hinton degrees at home data ballons immediately by donahue that play of about a yard or two and that will bring some are real back to their original line of scrimmage for what should be third and sam starting quarterback ryan kovacs john debbie will be the coast starter and he's the scrambler wide receivers carry hinton markers burnside joe seem polar duke mcduffie in there as well in the starting running back is robby fiorentina fivewide set for some arbil on third in san from their own thirty eight in.

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