35 Burst results for "Kroll"
Madison LeCroy Shuts Down A-Rod Affair Rumors
"This rumor a-rod cheating on jennifer lopez. The alleged other woman is southern. Charms madison lacroix and today. She is shutting down the rumors. Saying she a rod never met. This all started when craig carnivore. Conver- accused madison of cheating on her. Then boyfriend austin kroll on the bravo reunion show. Watch your country's sleeping with married men x. mlb players that's doing. Tell me why are we learning. Because you weren't talking to you. Flew to miami to an xm l. be player. Put me on a lie detector test and never flew to miami. Tell me when. I went to miami originally started watching the southern charm after that battle. Lean on. It wasn't sleeping on what i was doing was when i was doing was i was watching three episodes. I would let three buildup next three sabbatical back over. I love this. The year happened a couple of days ago but tells page six that she analysis. This is the new information guys. Alex she says that they have spoken on the phone but have never met up. And they have never been physical. This is just juicy juicy juicy. What we think really happened here. First of all. How did we get out what. Wow does help. Madison told one her claims she told one friend and it became a telephone. See friend what is happening and crank it. The instigator on southern charm. I love craig. But craig is like if he finds out that you've got t he's the guy that's gonna make sure he says that when the cameras are off it was. It was daddy's let a rod would be good but who does it. How do you call that cheating on the phone. Calling up that amazon customer service people and now i'm you know i was cheating because it's all about the intense. It's all about the intentions in my mind. I don't think talking to somebody on the phone is cheating but if you try to hide it from or have you felt like i should know that you were talking to that person. Then i would feel some type of wave. We wouldn't break up but we would have a conversation about. Maybe you need to be a little bit more discerning with who you talk to on the phone because look what's happening what's happening. Jalen can't be happy about this regardless we did by the way reach out to a rods for further common. He'd but we did not hear back a source close to a rod though. Alex doesn't know her has never met her. So we don't know the full story here because look what just happened to jay. Cutler tried to deny knowing her all of a sudden you drop those receiving managed to do this and then she showed the screenshots of j. In her exchange servicemen. Hook him up with a blown up. But here's the thing. I feel for her because all this happened over a year ago this show was took a long time before it aired and so it seems like a lot but i think the jay cutler stuff his recent i think this a-rod face timing thing is a long time ago. It's just the news come comes all out at the same
FBI moves on alleged members of extremist groups Oath Keepers
"Three self described members of the Oath Keepers paramilitary group who are the first people charged with plotting the attack on the U. S. Capitol. The FBI says the Virginia man, former Marine Thomas Caldwell, is the apparent leader. He and a man or woman from Ohio, Donovan Kroll and Jessica Watkins are all charged with federal conspiracy counts. The FBI released a message that was sent to Caldwell during the attack. All members air in the tunnels under the Capitol sealed them in turn on gas. This is AP News
3 militia members charged with plotting Capitol breach in Washington, DC
"Self proclaimed militia members of the first charged with conspiracy and the deadly breach of the U. S Capitol nearly two weeks ago. A piece to McGuire. Federal investigators say a Virginia man Thomas Caldwell, was he apparently leader of a plot to attack Congress and the Capitol building on the sixth of this month, the FBI details a communications between Kabul and former Marine Donovan Kroll and Jessica what gets both from Ohio, all of whom claimed to be members of the right wing militia group Oath keepers, prosecutors say one of their messages refers to members of Congress as traders. In another they identified. The location of lawmakers has being in the tunnels beneath the Capitol as thean insurrection was ongoing. That message goes on to say, seal them in turn on gas. Facing several federal
3 militia members charged with plotting Capitol breach
"Three self proclaimed members of a paramilitary group are the first people charged with conspiracy in the attack on the U. S. capitol federal investigators say a Virginia man Thomas Caldwell was the apparent leader of a plot to attack Congress at the capitol building on the sixth of this month the FBI details a communications between Kabul and former marine Donovan Kroll and Jessica what kids both from Ohio all of whom claimed to be members of the right wing militia group oath keepers what message refers to members of Congress's traders in another receipt by Caldwell during the insurrection the center writing all members are in the tunnels under the capital seal them in turn on gas all three face several federal charges including conspiracy conspiracy to hurt an officer and violent entry to McGuire Washington
Metal Gear Movie: Oscar Isaac is Solid Snake
"Isaac is an isaac isaac. What did i put here there yet. An oscar isaac soon got oscar. Isaac is set to be solid snake in the metal gear solid. No there's no s. I take it away. Not adding you added s. There wasn't there why Can you say. I had saying you added and is going to be solid snake in the metal gear solid movie. This justin kroll at deadline sony's long-awaited metal gear. Solid finally looks to have gained some major momentum. Sources tell deadline that is. It is attached to play solid snake in jordan jordan. Vogt roberts metal gear solid. The is currently in development at sony. Pictures with vote. Roberts on board to direct. The film is based here we go. This gentleman is an expert insight. The film is based on on the metal. Your solid video game created by hideo kojima and published by konami. The script is written by dirk commonly one of my favorites.
Here's when new movies will air
"A film with two pretty big stars in it. Yes. Let him go with Kevin Costner and Diane Lane. You know, Kitty with the movie awards season, right around the corner. I sure hope that let him go becomes at least part of the awards conversation. Because it really is that good. Just based on the dynamic performances from Leeds stars Diane Lane and Kevin Costner, but Lesley Manville and Jeffrey Donovan shine to really the entire cast lights up this family revenge thriller that finds Kevin Costner and Diane Lane. Squaring off against the lawless family known as the wee Boys who live off the grid in the Dakotas and the three brothers were ruled by their vindictive mother, Lesley Manville, and one of the guys Will. Britain is married to their daughter in law and is abusing her and their grandson. Well, when Lane and Costner try to rescue them, But we boys start threatening them, and that gets Lane and Costner really fired up. You know, it's such a simple but dramatic story and just so very well done. And here's the other thing. Kitty. Aside from tenant, and maybe Russell Kroll's movie unhinge its the biggest movie opening directly in theaters you don't because most everything has been streaming and had limited release, And so it'll be interesting to see how big a draw Diane Lane and Kevin Costner are for theaters this weekend and beyond. But I'll tell you, you can't go wrong with this good, old fashioned Western tinged thriller. So I'm given. Let him go. Four out of four stars. Excellent. Okay. Wow. High ratings. And then what? We got a couple of two or three other ones. Maybe you could just go over. There was real quickly for a teen coming of age drama called 18 to party, and it's set in 1984 stars. Tanner Flood for Moonrise Kingdom in the Leiva Clark of TV's draft bill. I like that. I'm giving you three out of four stars and another revenge thriller called True to The Game, too. With Erica Peoples and Vivica Fox and Faith Evans. I'm giving it 3.5 out of four stars really like that one. And then there's a Swedish psychological horror film called Koko de Coco Dog, and It's just weird, but I couldn't turn away from it. Not a big recommendation. I didn't love it didn't hate it. So I'm giving it to out of four stars. But you
"kroll" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"I the purely physical and it was like a guy who's like physically really hurtful it was hurtful I remember being so desperate to get. Jobs desperate to because I was such a late bloomer and I remember. This might be tm I but I remember. I finally got my one like gross long underarm hair under my right arm pit in my right Armpit Elway and too long disgusting hairs on my left in my left arm I remember. I. Don't remember those and that two one combination lasted got. It seems like months probably not I remember probably like four days but it seemed like an eternity and then and then one day it was just like. But but but but but now I would I wouldn't mind having a little less body hair. Little here I know it's really gone in reverse I really has and how much you want those things and I also had a thing of like I wanted to hold onto my childhood for. Peter Pan Complex I think and. I wanted my I wanted my youth to like it was talked about how? The last day you didn't you didn't. LIKE FETISH IS N- body hair weirdly no baseball and seeing kids who are cut off shirts and I'd I'd like peek under their arm that have a lot of under are so jealous of them I would always be a little freaked I didn't mind being hairless for awhile. In fact when I started getting those, you're right. Funny Soundbite. As a little subterranean. Blood you'll get eft after like a mole baby marsupial but I didn't mind but I do what freaked me out was. was when it did start growing in like stuff started happening but I still looked like a little boy I still had little boy. And then you're right then there'd be like a few hairs here and they're like Oh my God what has happened is like the fly. So Goldman. Scary. But exciting I was more excited than scared because I, I wanted it so badly well, then once it starts happening, you're like, okay. Now, I just wanted to happen but happens in such like fits and spurts that it's like. Fits and spurts. It really is a crazy time. I can't believe everyone goes through that I know it's crazy and again the show that's what the show is. So great a captures the insanity of it and it and also forget the like we can't really talk about the. There's a like a horny monster in the in the show and they handle that really well too because it really is like this thing that's like control this new presence that's like. At. Doing that and that's like compelling you to make really bad. Yes in. Some cases continues. To adult I like his his fixed one thing every day mantra you remember him talking about that. and. He learned that lesson from Austin Pendleton. whose, whose great great actor but that's I think that's a really smart approach because I think so often we. Get overwhelmed by all the stuff I want to change and all. And you get in a Rut because you're like, oh, I can't piles up piles up and you feel kind of. Suffocated by all the things you WANNA do differently. But if you just do one thing a day and change one thing improve one thing a day it's that it's the baby what about Bob the baby step maybe powrie. But I, think that's really an effective approach to life chopping. Bob. Baby steps out the door baby steps into the elevator I'm in the elevator. I've sailing I had that moment the other day because. My friend cat staying at the cabin with their family and she reference. But she was thinking what about Bob, here. It is it's like when episode Okay Yeah I'm sailing keep sailing bob very much agree with his Sautin Vinnie he said it's vinegar chips. Couldn't agree more I like his passion for snacks you got. That was an ACO Gonzalez's well, they have that in common yes. The. Yeah they do have that coming. But the take five candy bar I haven't heard that in oh. My God that take five Candy Bar is something I've never had. Something I've been aware of. My entire life cycle. In my mind, it's always especially as a kid when you're picking candy out, it's like an obvious. No I know I when you discard score. Or like one hundred grand. Yeah. Yeah. That's like old to it was funny like cats kids said. She brought me a gift basket and I was like and I. REJECTED IT I didn't want it because I didn't want it to be like this transactional thing like, Oh, you're letting me stay my place and like I catch a friend of mine and I didn't want her to feel that way very uncomfortable receiving gifts and stuff. So I said that and so the kids took it and they were like, Hey, gift bad gift basket and they started tearing to and I asked the oldest one margie how what did you think of the baddest she goes as old she's twelve old people candies and I was like I knew what she mad but I was like, oh, like what and she was like Pistachio Brittle. Album. Full Circle. For becoming old, that's first thing. Now, I really WANNA try to take five bar. Yeah because I trust him I now. He seems I. I well versed not just. Like watch this. I mean he talked about top secret that movie. Yeah. I know well, your. Big Fan Big Fan. You were a big fan going in now I feel like it's just family. Yeah. Yeah. Does that ever happen on the show where like you're a fan of somebody's going in and then afterwards maybe a little worse. It has happened really. Yeah. But not often I feel it getting to know people in general is you end up seeing I? Mean this is very optimistic thing for me to say but I think I ended up seeing more good things than bad things when you hear. Someone, for an hour. To and even the things that are maybe like bother you about somebody who you think are. Less attractive or desirable qualities. I think getting to know them a bit explains where those come from it humanizes them. Yes. So you have compassion for those things. Exactly. Let's read a letter. Okay. I sent it to you to you. Cool you. GotTa. Probably did and here it is that I did. Oh by the way. Yeah. Okay. So it's the it's we've been getting a lot of great I haven't read all of them yet but a lot of great add letters I just saw your subject by the show Ed by the show at yes? Sorry. So I want to thank everyone to who wrote in about that it's been making me feel really nice I posted some. Fun Stuff on instagram about. Okay this is from some bts yeah bts for TBT FBI what's. Flashback FBI. Or maybe museum, what's a man crush Monday? Do you feel old when don't feel too when people are like ally Mayo and US things like that. Like acronym like. R. O. F. I learned. So many of those late writing L. O. L. I. R. I never got bored with the IRS and that was like the the Oh gee I never got on board thing that's how people expressed. Laughing when when this like Internet age started ll was that the first and it always bothered me it did me too and and you know what bothered me even more we'll. Lol. That's tough. I don't want to judge people because people like say that really. Well, you should get some new friends. Lol. Yeah. Yeah..
"kroll" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"It really will just be like coach seats hormone monster and I'll and I'll be. You know like it's usually a first instinct is the way to go and if you Can't crack it right away then either for sure I'm not supposed to voice it or something's off with the character Gil with somebody that you had done on John and George Sankey Glenn or character George John John and I have done since early days of New York like I don't know two, thousand five. We would do a weekly show at this place called fee. Fi and I'd hope been hosting it with Jesse, Klein. She moved to La and John and I watch other since college I asked him to Co host with me and we were like, should we do as as ourselves to stand up and then we thought like let's do it as these characters that we had been talking to each other as these kind of upper west side. Either divorce say guys, and we just talking like that. It was like one day John said like let's do a little cocaine and that sort of became the like. I don't know if this for you when when you build out a character voice, it's like you find that little trigger. Okay. I need to say like bobby like when I be switching around on Kroll show be like like. All. Okay. Very cool. Like that would dig me back in. Totally. It's an anchor were, which is what I find. So impressive about like when you're on those talk shows and they're do this, do that you s see, I always need that word and I need to kind of readjust but you seem to be able to. I was just talking to somebody about that. About like for example, Christopher Walken I said was the crazy. Yeah as you need certain something, it's some. Key to two key. Yeah. Like stallone. What would it be? Would it be a? For whatever reason, my stallone is just a written. A good. You know like it doesn't even matter if it's real or not. It's yes it's the it's again it's like I guess like a trigger to to help you get in so. Laney said cocaine and that became like, okay. We'll shorten the first syllable to billboards Britt way you know could. Pass as. Yeah. The owner low podcast for life and death Princess Diana Ak died town Very, so stupid. Because it's that because the genesis was like you guys just made each other lab was just like fucking around saying words funny way when you find yourself on Broadway did you have moments backstage where you realize you can't fuck unbelievable fucking Ben Stiller's in the audience It was. Yeah. It definitely was the height I had a feeling like near the end of the run. When we we knew we had like three weeks left and all of a sudden it was my God this is going to end and I was like, oh This might be the top of it all like this might be the best. It ever gets because we're on Broadway we are a critical success. We are financial success everybody in New York is coming to the show and wants the show institute, Jota CNN, and it was so von and I was working with my best friend and we and and John's wife Anna was like doing our makeup. We had the best crew group of people working on the show and it was cozy the interest was and I was like Oh this might be. This might be because it was also. Yeah. This might be the best two gifts and like you guys had both done enough at that point where you knew you know you're twenty two. Cool. Yeah. What's the next thing you like? Oh No, this might be this might be. Did ever just go off the rails because there's a lot of audience participation was never just like, yeah. There were a couple of nights where people started to because we you know we talk to the audience we engage them, but it's different than a comedy show where you're like it's expected that the audience going to chat with you. A couple of nights where people chatted with us we we were pretty good at shutting it down quickly there was show Whoopi Goldberg did the show and Had done her breakout one woman show in nineteen, eighty four. At the lyceum where we had done it and while there was something about her the night, she did it one. We talked about the fact that all of us felt like the theater was a little haunted because whoopie done a show there and she said there was weird shit that happened. And that night the lights got all fucked up. There is sound issues I got off stage. The Mike was still hot and I said out loud well that sucked like everything that could have gone wrong. Wrong. That's like a nightmare that's like an actor. That's like the Second Carol channing story that you know this story I don't know if it's true but it's the herb of the theater urban legend like the they tell you when you are getting acquainted with body Mike's they're like. When she was doing hello, Dolly like the first run. She has that obviously like the most recognizable voice and she had gone off stage apparently left her body Mike on went to the bathroom and they're all these like the audience. I clearly heard and it was kind of quiet moment of the play. They heard like all these ambien. Bathroom noises just splashes whatever and then clearly Carol channing going cure. When did I have cool lines and then a toilet flush I don't know it doesn't matter I like her. By the way to herself to herself loudly that sock animation in an echo bathroom Leeann. I'm trying to remember I we told the story one night by Austin Pendleton, who many would know as the stuttering lawyer in my cousin. Vinny but also incredible director in theatre actor and the original model in in fiddler on the roof, and they were doing the live like table read for friends and family at the lyceum where we did. Oh hello before they went off to like Detroit to like workshop the show to bring before they brought it back to Broadway. He said they they did the whole read through of it and it was horrible. It's supposedly went terribly at the run through it at the lyceum they're running it. It's going terribly and supposedly the newspapers were on strike but variety and the Hollywood reporter sent their writers to review it in Detroit and the..
"kroll" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"So having older sisters I don't know what what that's like it. Was it just it you're around older girls. So you're more comfortable around them. Just talk I think so I had two older sisters who were awesome. Big Sisters to me and and taught me how to talk to girls and taught me like how to listen to girls and so like so and I was just comfortable around girls because of that. So when I actually was like dealing with girls my age I wasn't like compl-. They weren't this foreign object and they also you know and also my sisters had to like teach me to be like they're human beings with feelings and Need to be treated as such in a way that I think boys at that age don't always do well also just just having them just knowing that you had this living example of that in your home had older sisters. That's gotTa help totally I mean it took a while it's not like I. I mean beyond not perfect as. But it it definitely helped. Humanize the opposite sex in a way that was very eliminating what were you into performing a kid? Were you very outgoing very funny What type of kid were you a bit of a ham and a performer Andrew and I actually do like in at our at our middle school but also we went to the same summer camp and this season of big mouth season for the. First three episodes take place at summer camp was because Andrew and I went to Camp and had store fun stories to tell their. But like so we would do like a campfire skits and stuff like that, and we would host talent shows at our at our middle school and I was definitely a little performer. I think a lot of that was being the youngest and we're doing impressions. Impressions of Teachers Wayne's world we were hosting light. Yeah. Poor him talent show at our school as Wayne Guard and I you know. same similar ages in like Wayne's world was huge huge. In fact, I just found out I'm three years three days older than really the June second now June second nineteen seventy now we're like. We are lined up age. Wise I. Just saw her jacket on your show Jack mcbrayer. Every. Year. Jack mcbrayer calls me on my birthday Jack I. Feel like Jack mcbrayer who I think everybody knows you know to some extent from thirty rock and has done things is you know the sweetest guy in the world and also very funny in mean when he wants to be but very, very funny on the show I, love his arc is the Pew on the show Great. He's so great. But he calls he calls people on their birthday. He remembers is preventing calls everybody if I'd be heard and now I'm expecting it. I'm still there's still a part of me. That's like so sweetly surprised these of course I did yeah. Your parents restrict now thinking about the show how similar they to like Andrew on the show. Andrew's parents are quite starters reminders on the show anders father is the closest to. Richard Amazing the king. The did zoom at the beginning. We did it live table read to beginning of the quarantine to raise money for feeding America and Richard Did it because he? He's incredibly generous with his time and talents and he was doing. showed up on the zoom. This is a public, very public zoom eating hud ear of corn. He was eating an ear of corn on video what? Fresh him like I'm trying to think about Andrew. And I wish I could do. You. Let's. Let's coin. Good. That's pretty good. He's got. He's got the. He's the closest like Andrew Kids saw the drawing for Mardi glauber men on the show and all the initial design for it and they go oh, it's Grandpa like they saw immediately he's the closest. Kinda. The closest one to one the rest of the you know my parents I come from a very loving family. So that element of like there's like a lot of love maybe too much love. Is. I. Think is where my dad is completely different than Elliott voiced by Fred. Arniston. But there's a similarity in that my dad there's a lot of toasts in my family like a lot of toasting a lot of expressions of love. It's I'm incredibly lucky that but my dad does not have a tiny little penis and and. Well. That's good to know that we can. We can break that. That's the breaking news like Ellia. He's very different guy but but. But the similarities, there's a ton of love from and my Mama is. Similar in certain regards to the mom on the show and that again it's very frank discussions about sexuality and sexual will she was very clear with me. Early on about you have an puberty, your friends have their nipples are gonna be swollen their eyebrows or growing in and stuff like that. She said that she was trying to demystify all of that and why meant with love and entered to try to educate. But you know when I was a little kid or when I was young, it's like you can give a kid information, but it doesn't mean the kids going to do something healthy with it and my siblings I have two sisters we combined into one sister and. My brother, Jeremy, who's now like an incredibly loving hard working decent father and husband of for When he was in high school, he was a bit of like a scary menace like he he he had that you know that older brother who's like quiet and wins like judd on the show. My brother was some version there in Palm but I now he's married to his fourth. All three of my siblings have four kids I have twelve. Oh my God and do you guys do big. Things a lot a big hannukah sampling gatherings. It's a really loving big family but you know how? As you get older, you realize like every family has shit you know and so sure sure the show you explore that how cool you get. Back and like all the characters on the show, it's like it begins the seat of some truth, and then you create like your own character of begin to tell you what they want you to do, and it moves away from it takes on a whole reality of its. Its Own. Nick was with impetus for you've mentioned a lot of like the cruel show characters that you did. Were there some characters that you? saw drawn out I mean this is probably a dumb question, but you'd see the animation you'd say, Oh that's the that's this I have a voice for that. How would you choose the voices for some of those very often times for my voices it's first instinct. It's usually nothing's drawn usually. It's usually voice first, and then we draw and then with Grohl show was definitely like I would have sometimes voice sometimes though getting. I. Don't know if it's like this for you as an actor but you get in the closing, you start to find the character it's. kind of cheesy but it's it's true. We're a lot of those cruel show guys were they characters that you had been cultivating were the things that you would come up with specifically for the show or do came similar to big mouth I came into it with a bunch of you know I had. Oh hello. I had for breeze. I had bobby bottle service and we had. Rich Dick's me John Daly, and then I bring in a bunch of the voices some of them come in before the show, and then some of them we find in inside the show and then even still like anything I brought from Kroll show voices are you know seeds of characters like Lola or coach Steve or you know the voice for the hormone monster they then? Seasons really take on a life of their own to the point where I'll listen to early episode watching early upset of big like boy this voice in my mind has evolved so much or more watch early Kroll Sh- kroll show, and then this season three you'll see characters that will pop up and be like Oh that was So Different I. Can feel how different they are. Well, I was talking to Carrie Brownstein about that how it does it starts in maybe more superficial. Maybe they're the voices that are funny and the more time you have with these characters, the deeper you explore them and they take on defense, they start to develop different dimensions. Yet. Somehow like oftentimes you ask like, how does a voice come out at?.
"kroll" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"Shipped to this is the two old guys doing a show called life is short I'm your host Justin Long. To. Talk. With me as always is my fellow aging co host and brother aging not yeah. No no I should have made that clear. We're all aging. Yeah we are and walk is something that I'm outraged by to not not that I think it's I'm not. Outraged that I think like it shouldn't exist and but there's part of things kids kids shouldn't be I now. Repeating. The Church Lady, we were I know I site from Satan's responsible. We were talking to my friend Jerry, O'CONNELL frequent guest Frendo show friend of the show and Jerry posted something that really made me laugh and I was commiserating with him about which is that his kids were the his kids introduced him revealed what that meant, what that acronym and he imagined like I can't commiserate with that. Obviously I don't have kids. But like imagine that feel how imagine how old he must've felt we'll jerry is I would say he's kind of A. Hip Tipper than us. Oh, and he's more in touch with he's much going on cultural much more certainly pop culture I know than we are. That's an under. Hosted the Wendy will sharing much in touch. With popular culture if he was outraged, he was outraged mom's going to listen to this episodes. Well, she told her what it meant really, and she was like, no, I mean she wasn't as originally I thought she'd be maybe she doesn't have the bandwidth to be more outrage because she's so often outraged. Culture things. But like when we were kids. And here's a rebuttal to a rebuttal to why it shouldn't be maybe so outrageous. This particular song when we were kids we had P. Nutty by nature. Yeah. You know you know him. You know me and that stands for I. Don't know. The song but I, don't I think I remember France for other people's. Pelicans yeah. Pelicans were and whereas this is wet as Pelicans. Yeah so they used the word Pelicans. They hit. That was a mainstay I would say mainstream Song Naughty by nature they and they were. In fact naughty by nature but it strikes me that the kids who are into wop right now no usual thing. But the song and we should clarify it's not the acronym that the offensive Italian slow right. But without payment, I might be wrong but it strikes me that the kids who are into that song now at the younger then the kids who were. P when we were kids or am I wrong well, well, you might be wrong because we were a little out of touch with that evenings. We weren't into Roy. We weren't into like the cool I. Remember Cool. Kids being like cool. Kill wearing like high school and middle. And older kids not like children not like Jerry cans nine year old I know maybe right being and also opie he. It was masked a little bit better. It wasn't. It was more veiled. It wasn't like it wasn't a song all about clearly wet as Pelicans well, why are we talking about fueling old? Being old good question. Are I guess go for our guest today is the very funny. One of my favorite comedians of all time nick. Kroll. That backwards I did our guest today played i. Point very funny. Old Person In the show Oh. Hello. Oh so I can say, well, why are we talking about old people Christian why are we talking about audio today? Michele have to mix it up. No, I think we should keep it like Jews or Israel. This is real kids the real stuff. Yeah, well Intro, realness. It's so rod I'd edited that Intro, I should be better at this. It's amazing. How many shows have we done seventy something? You're really not good at this. Good at a lot. Aspects of the past. Part, but I really valued Knicks opinion of. metoo. So we'll hopefully, he doesn't listen hopefully does though and so Nicole hopefully charm by. The hilarious nick crawl. Very funny. Stand up comedian like we just said he used the show Oh hello which is on Broadway and was on Netflix. That's where I saw. It means. You don't both. he's also the star Creative Crochet Oh and he's he's done tons popping up over the years and really funny he's a he's a scene stealer in a lot of like jet appetite movies a lot of great comedies. Nick is always been. One of the funniest people in the last ten fifteen years. But now he has his own animated show. Well, he has a couple of years ago big mouth which I'm really into can't recommend enough I'm sure a lot of you listening watch it but It's just incredible also from a vocal standpoint I mean is the show is very funny and all that and it's really well, really insightful about a time. In life that is kind of hard to talk about so. Very smart and deft about how they address these. Important. Issues for kids I think we've talked about that. It's a really. Let's why am I talking about us? Talking about it when we bust, let's hear it. Okay without further ADO Ado. Here's my my talk with catch up with my friend and the very, very funny without further Ado Ado do what did I say I said again, I don't know it's a due to do I. Don't know why that still sounds like much ado about nothing I now that's right without that's right we've been over I know the shortages so we can't have we can't rile too short skirt. About this. Okay. So without further ADO, here is my catch up with a great dude. Very funny. Very clever. Thank South and she's GonNa love back and also a very smart introspective guy. Let's hear it though. Okay. Yeah I. Know I'm just in choose who knows if he's smart introspects I'm just saying what I think of him, and so then you can make your own judgment. Oh. Okay. Now. Right. Now got niekro document. Okay. Dream Sweetheart. Dead..
WHO: Letting virus spread to reach herd immunity is "unethical"
"As the covid nineteen pandemic has been sucked ever further. into. The deeply tedious culture wars polarizing many Western democracies they gathering climate has been made on behalf of so called herd immunity. This is the fairy which holds that if nature is permitted to take its course, within reason, sufficient antibodies will be distributed among the populace to reduce the viruses spread to a manageable kroll. The World Health Organization has now sat emphatically upon this view who chief Ted, Ross Cabrera's calling herd immunity scientifically, and ethically problematic one joined with more by Dr. Chris Smith. Our Health and science correspondent also virologist Cambridge University. Chris, he calls it scientifically and ethically problematic I. Think the ethical problem is pretty easy to spot, which is that you know a great many people would need to die. What's the actual scientific problem here if you would just taking a brutally utilitarian approach? Well I think really it's a lack of knowledge the moment we think that about ten percent of the world's population. So perhaps even as many as a billion people rounds bit more than ten percent have had the infection, but we don't know, and the reason we don't know is because in order to work out with people have had it or not we have to do antibody tests and antibodies. And you can think of this as the analogy is a bit like footprints left in the snow when you've had an infection, a person who has had it and cleared it no longer has any virus detect, but the footprints of the vars having been there all the antibodies left in your immune response. If you take those antibodies, that's a sure fire marker, you must have encountered whatever the infection is that you're interested in the problem is that it's not clear to us that when we test people for antibodies, all we rarely detecting all the people that have really been infected or have. We missed some have we missed. A few are more people responding in ways where they might antibodies the we're looking for. We just don't know at the moment. So scientifically, we don't really know what we're tackling here. We don't know what the long term consequences of coronavirus infection are. They may be trivial. They may not at least for proportion of people there is this phenomenon dubbed. Long Cove where people have post infection, inflammatory syndromes and symptoms that can go on for months. Now, we don't know what fraction of the population get that or whether certain people are more susceptible to that younger people older people we don't know. So scientifically, medically, there are issues here. If we understood the thing completely you'd say, well, we know exactly what we're getting into. Sign. On the dotted line or not whereas with this, it's a black box. We don't know what's inside on the subject of understanding things completely where are you on the UK's most recent? Of restrictions lay his TIA's and levels. The U. K. seeking to make things clearer because they've been criticisms levelled at the government for having rules that people not even prime minister. An Very Scottish MP's can remember, and as a result, this is leading to confusion transgressions and that's translating into more spread of the virus. So in order to gain a tighter grip on the virus, the outbreaks in various parts of the country, this tiered system has been introduced to on tier two tier three also dubbed medium high, very high risk and the idea is that everybody across. The country has a baseline of medium risk and so anybody who's not in special restrictions at the moment is medium but in other parts of the country where there are special measures needed, you have this way of escalating up to high risk and the threshold is said to be one hundred per hundred thousand people in the population who are affected in order to trigger that escalation and I think part of this is not just that the people everywhere know where they stand they know how prepare for if they're area becomes. A higher risk area local planners can put in place policies but also means that more control can be potentially devolved to local authorities and local actors because there, there's a lot of knowledge on the ground are very skilled people in public health and so on who could work more strategically locally and I think some of these measures do open the door to more of that kind of thing. But again, it's it's produced the usual anticipated reaction of people. As I'm away confused today blame them people are confused there's lots of. Uncertainty and no one likes this sort of change when you've just got used to work in one way and then morals come in and people are obviously trying to to make sense of how exactly this is or isn't going to work the thing that would of course stops or savers from having to try and understand what the government is telling. US would be a vaccine in has been bad news I guess on that front, which is Johnson and Johnson suspending trials of their vaccine. Do we know why that happened? Nobody's worth bearing in mind that this happens all the time. When we're developing drugs, foams, companies go into the drug development vaccine manufacturing process expecting to fail ninety percent of the time not because they're not good at what they do. It's because they're very good at what they do that they succeed ten percent of the time, but it's a very tough. Challenge with very rigorous standards and west safety is an absolute priorities of red line that you can't cross safety and ethics. So as soon as you have a trial running if there's anything untoward, the the safe thing to do that point is you hope the trial you investigate and you appoint somebody independent of the trial who is an independent observer who will Come, in they would appraise the situation and then they'll cite note we can. We can say this is not because of the drug this is because of natural occurrences something you can resume your trial but on safety grounds, you always hope thing investigate and then make a decision and this happens a lot to happen to Astra Zeneca a couple of months ago. A month or so ago with with their co vaccine and investigators came end, they found that there were cases reported. There was a new case of a of a condition transverse lightest, which is an inflammatory condition of the central nervous system. They were able to say, well, because this happened sporadically in the population, there's no reason to suspect that this was caused. By the vaccine in this case. So we'll resume the trial. It may be that this the same will happen for. Johnson. And Johnson's vaccine trial. So is there any consensus really among you and your fellow boffins about likely timeframe for vaccine will I've asked a couple of people this one person who is working on behalf of one of the regulators to keep. Tabs on one of the vaccine projects. Another person who's actually in the finance sector has been having conversations with the pharmaceutical companies at the front runner in this and both interestingly guy very similar time windows suggesting that about of next year was the most likely time by which we would have data assuming that the data that is provided are provided shows. The vaccines work I mean. Let's assume that because that's a big. If an it's necessary if assuming everything works, then you've got to go through various checks and balances and take a lot of boxes from a safety point of view which takes time and so that's why they're saying probably midway through next year, and then there's the whole issue of WHO's going. To get vaccinated because in a report in the Financial Times last week Kate. Bingham who's the vaccine taskforce lead said an acknowledged that about thirty million people are front runners for receiving vaccines. But where does that leave the other thirty five, million not? No, no information has been provided. Yes. On on what the government strategy is going to be.
Warner Music Group Discloses Data Breach
"Music disclose a web skimming attack. The breach was disclosed in a notification letter to the office of the Attorney General in California Orna. Music says that between April twenty fifth and fifth a number of us-based ecommerce that were hosting it supported by an external service provider were exposed as part of the attack affected warner websites were not disclosed, but the company said that user information could have been exposed to third parties after adding items to a shopping cart including names, email addresses, telephone numbers, billing address, shipping addresses, and full payment card details. Warner music is offering impact of customers free credit monitoring through Kroll.
Minneapolis police union says there's no problem with systemic racism, but is open to reform
"The president of the police officers federation of Minneapolis giving his first interview since four of that city's officers were charged in the death of George Floyd Bob Kroll telling CBS this morning he does not believe racism is systemic in the Minneapolis department I am the first African American ever elected to the Minneapolis police federation and a hundred and fifty two years you know what I see I see progress president probably in Arizona today to view border wall construction and to hold a campaign rally and this is U. S. A. radio
"kroll" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"But the other stuff kind of feels true right? It feels a little true despite his new disability kroll. Next time he definitely struck was eight, nine, hundred, seventy six that day. He killed ten year old Coron tougher on her way to school. She was strangled raped by coal. In the same manner. He killed so many their victims. After his arrest later, he would actually admit to this murder, but not be convicted lack of convincing evidence two months later, crow would kill for the final time. You would be found guilty of this murder. There was a preposterous amount of gruesome evidence. perhaps due to the pain in his legs, making it harder for him to travel. He killed a girl. He'd been seen with many many times before a girl who lived in his apartment building on his floor. A girl, who would be his youngest known victim on July. Third Nineteen seventy-six four year old. Four year old Marian Koetter goes missing was a hot afternoon. The young blonde girl due to the heat, only wearing panties when she disappeared from outside her apartment building, she lived a few doors down from this monster. She was outside playing in some communal grassy courtyard when the when she disappeared. Her Mom realized that about four o'clock that Mary had gone missing. She starts. Sierra spoke some other children who were out playing with her. No one knew where she went. Mom called the police who also spoke with the children. Police went door to door in the apartment building. Even drop by Kohl's apartments where everything at first appeared to be an order. The next day when calls neighbors Oscar? Muller went to use a building bathroom. He shared with Kroll. As you wanted to stairs. He ran into crawl. WHO WAS COMING DOWN? And croll said to him I would not use the toilet if I were you. It's all stopped up. When Oscar asked him what was top of the toilet, kroll simply replied with one word guts. He After the strange exchange Kroll simply disappeared into department, Oscar then decided to go and see what was actually wrong with the toilet. He didn't take Kroll statement very seriously thought I must've been joking around some twisted type of way. Then when he approached the toilet, he saw what indeed looked like guts in the bowl. The water was red with blood. Quote was not kidding. Oscar one at twelve full of pieces of little girl who'd gone missing from the building the day before. Unfortunately, he was right. He rushed outside of the street approach. The nearest police officer told him what he'd seen. The officer wrenched the porcelain bowl from its mount. Dump the contents into a bucket inside the bucket. There were this is. Why this especially said the whole thing is that this whole episode of Sad, but inside the bucket there's a pair of small lungs, kidneys, liver, and heart along with some flesh Jesus. That site must have haunted those due to the rest of their lives. Some officers, but then made the way back. Your calls apartment banged on his door when he answers, he makes no attempt to try and stop the officers from entering once inside the police. Look around and see a scene that should only exist in some kind of super fucked up horror movie. They see what remains of marines. Little Body chopped up on the kitchen table. They see a stew simmering on the stove with a tiny hand floating amidst the vegetables. Upon, closer inspection, they find her entrails clogging a sink in the refrigerator. They find portions of a little girl's fleshed laid out on several plates is that there were preplanned meals? He was so fucking casual about all this. He never seems shook by, and he never would express a hint of remorse ever. Just had little girls steaks in the fridge like it was no big deal in the freezer. They find more body parts more meal Planning Kroll. Had Strangled. His neighbor masturbated over. Her body butchered her prepared to eat her. y'All him of course is arrested. He goes along willingly without protests. Later says he didn't think he was going to go to prison for all this. This is where his low Iq shows up again this crazy cal fire. He actually thought WHO's going to be given some kind of magical surgical procedure that were just relieve him of all his bloodthirsty desires. Make him a normal dude, and then they're just GonNa like Oh, you know. Let them go back to his apartment now. Sorry about that little girl Yeah. I'm I'm better now. Let's focus. Hey, let's focus on the good part. I'm better now. There is actually surgical procedure for this is called several ballistic, the brain, hundred percent curate actually know rapist, murderer, or pedophile has ever to. My knowledge shot five to ten times into the head at point, blank range, and then gone back to being dirty, CAL fucking deviant. Maybe she feel sorry for him here but I. don't being slowed as a mickey mouse guilty. jail due his belief that he was going to get out of thanks, the Special Operation and be released. He confesses to a total of fourteen murders. he though he said there may have been more than that. He just couldn't remember clearly. he couldn't remember the names of the victims. He did explain why he killed his best he could. He explained that his murderous desire started as we talked about earlier when he saw that pig being slaughtered. Aroused by the blood also admitted that he couldn't maintain an erection with the woman at least not when she was conscious, which is why he took raping his dead victims also invest he. He tried human flesh on a whim. They liked it. And then that he began to choose his victims based on who he thought looked tasty. He confessed that. Also said the engage in cannibalism partially to save money on groceries, because the price of me was so high kit to fuck out here. 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"kroll" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"To me. This odd-looking little car was the kind a farmer claimed was seen the day of the murder near the spot where Petra body was found checking motor vehicle records police discovered that only five hundred twenty. Two of these vehicles were owned in the area of that number. All of the vehicle owners had alibis that were verified. Their whereabouts are the verified the whereabouts, the time of the crime other than a this coon Bella. Also coon had a criminal record one that made him. seem like a likely suspect for the type of crime. With which he stood accused of He was a convicted sex offender who had already spent time behind bars for molesting young girls so I. Don't feel too bad for him. Getting blamed this murder and previous crimes, coon had developed a method he used repeatedly. He waited for girls and parks other places where kids hung out. places where parents wouldn't be with them. He lured girls to a private area with candy. That didn't work it out for the money then he'd tried talking them into taken off their pennies, allowing him to give them lessons and masturbation, and then he would masturbate. He was a sick fuck. Maybe not quite as sick uncle y'all him, but it's a very sick fuck still and now the police assume he'd escalated for masturbation to murder. Some criminal psychologist consulted. They stated that they thought it was very possible for a man who had engaged in that type of perverse behavior with young girls to potentially get carried away end up. You know becoming a rapist murderer. They theorized Koonig lost control of himself, raped Petra and then upon realizing what he had done attempted to cover up his actions by murdering her, and then mutilated her body to make law enforcement believe these actions were someone. Else's some other statistics sex murder. Someone like Y'all him kroll. COON was charged with rape murder and mutilation faced with no evidence he'd committed the crime other than just not having an alibi and just beating convicted pervert jury did find him guilty. He was sentenced to twelve years in prison along with the Regimen of psychiatric treatments designed to quote rid him of his unnatural interest in little girls and convert him into a useful member of society. Sounds ridiculous premise to me. I know he was actually innocent of this crime, but the justice system convict someone of raping killing and carving up the body of a little girl. How can that same justice system actually think that that person can ever become a useful member of society again? Just Gunther used to rape killing carve up little girls, but not anymore now he's an Olympic. Swim coach with three gold medalists under his tutelage, who also started a very successful nonprofit dedicated to providing scholarships for underprivileged youth I'd let him babysit my kids anytime. Fuck out of here. or how many people who are in favor of rehabilitating? These types of people would actually let those people babysit their kids or their grandkids, I'm GonNa Guess, zero I'm against zero percent. psychiatric treatments ended. He was released from prison six years later, having served only half a sentence. And this guy jury totally believe raped and killed and sliced up with thirteen year old guy who was already convicted pedophile before being found guilty that time sent back out into society after six years. So that's super cool. Police believed he continued his pursuit of young girls after his release, but no additional victims ever come forward. just six weeks after the murder that sent another man to prison. Cal fucker kroll kills again before we go over the details of that heinous murder time for a quick sponsor. Break a little welcome escape from the darkness..
Protesters demand resignation of Minneapolis Police Federation Pres. Bob Kroll
"Protests continue in Minneapolis over the police killing of George Floyd demonstrators demand resignation of controversial police union president Bob Kroll he called
A Look at Big Mouth
"Here to talk about big mouth. We're here to talk about big mouth. So, we're here to talk about some specific one specific episode, and then there's a couple of things leading into it season three episode eight, where they introduced a character named Ali who is voiced by one of my favorite Comedians of all time Allie Wong And it gets really. But before we get into that, let me ask you. Lillian how'd you watched big mouth or you? A fan of big mouth? Is this a thing that you were just like all right? I'm psyched for this season. I I? Have I I really like like I almost didn't watch it. When it first came out, just because the Internet was so down on it and like just sort of treating it as like Oh. This is just gross gross out humor and stuff like that, but I inevitably did watch it and I really like it. It's like one of my favorite shows on Netflix lakes. So every time a new seasons come out I've always made sure to binge it, and yes, it does have a lot of gross out humor, but it's like it's not like you know Ren and stimpy, whereas just like Oh here's butts for its own sake or something like that. It's like in the service of something you know. Yeah League in this. Oh sorry. Continue almost all of my favorite comedians ever are in big mouth like eleven. Kroll I like John I didn't know that I. Like John Mullany until I saw this. I I especially love Jason Zukas, I love Jason Manzar can. And like the, there's like this weird movement on the Internet to just be like big is one of the worst things of all time, because and tying it back to ren and stimpy. The like lots of Internet disciples of John Kay. Who believe like you know animation beats should be strictly. You know by artists and story, board ESTS, and with no sort of. Slip I mean this is turning into an animation podcast now, but like with no sort of inkling of like scriptwriting or stuff like that and like big Ma, and if you look at big mouth like the artistic style is pretty ugly. Yeah but but I feel like that's on purpose to. Well, and I think that there's there's like every medium. There is a place for a lot of different things whether it's like the writing is so good that it makes up for the animation, which then they can hire great animators to make it better in the lions. I feel like Archer was like that at the beginning like the animation was Janke, but the writing was so good that held up. And now the animation is a lot better. If you see the newer episodes, yeah, like wow, yeah! I guess like with with big mouth me I didn't like it when I I watched it. At all I was put off by, and it's not necessarily the gross out. It was like the gross out for the reason of gross out was sort of like my like I'm good and I gave it another shot, and I'm happy, because I really did enjoy that for season once I finished I finished it. Yeah. I mean for as much as I. Liked it, I will you know cop to? It's not an easy show to get into yeah. But I think I think they do. Do a very not realistic by any means but like. A realistic humor of like sophomoric childish, but at the same time. Of elements that are very sophisticated and very adult, and very like you know what, yeah, we don't talk about ciswomen who go through puberty, really in a comedic sense right and so getting a lot of these voices is actually really good, and like the humor is very funny. Once you're able to sort of look past the fact that it's like Oh they're showing Dick's all the time. And it's like. I mean yeah, I mean it's funny. You mentioned that one of my favorite jokes in the series like I forget what the ultimate context of it, but it's very Meta joke where Andrew just basically mentions. or or maybe it was like the hormone monster basically mentioned like. Sort of animated adult animation and Andrew Responds like, but that's Ju-, but that's basically just animated child pornography, isn't it? And the Hormone Masha goes. Oh I hope not that would get people in a lot of trouble, and he just looks at the camera like right.
The 'Sonic the Hedgehog' movie is getting a sequel
"A sonic the hedgehog. Two movie is on the way from the same director and writers varieties. Justin Kroll published a story yesterday confirming that the Sancta hedgehog movie is getting a part to Kroll wrote paramount pictures and Sega. Sammy confirmed on Thursday. That they have commenced development on a sequel to the live action. Family friendly comedy. The sequel would re team the filmmakers with Jeff. Fowler Directing and Pat Casey and Josh Miller. Writing the script.
"kroll" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"You know like now. If you're trapped by the bad guys this turns into a pretty good microphone and from there you can. You can use it to talk to the broad city. Gal just keep it. Just keep it to four minutes. Okay and what is this? This is a pill if you get in real trouble bite down on the pill and then suddenly. You're in a room with Andy Daily. You guys are improvising title for this movie and then someone needs to make this poster. We didn't figure out what sonar does. No I thought I was sleazy James Bond. Yes yes soon as a lazy James Bond so a bond that never is given the mission says yes. I'll do it. Leaves gets all the gadgets and then shells at home and watches Love is blind and has an edible. Yeah and and phone calls keep coming in from the British government like we have seen no evidence that you ever showed up. You didn't pick up your plane tickets. You didn't do anything. So what's the title of this film? Does it have to be dramatic. Lake dying is such sweet sorrow. They're always things like no time to die. I'm for a tow men quantum of solace. What a bad name that was. That's Ian Fleming title. Actually I know well. That's probably what killed him. It was not the full bottle of vodka and seventy cigarettes he had now the coroner. Yes for real no time for time. No time to work not no time to work too lazy to die about shoot to kill to die. Sonum of session is James. Bond in to chill to die because you never go anywhere or do anything and so you're never killed villain the ultimate none of the village. The villains are so pissed at you because you never show up at the volcano. You never show up at the secret lab in the desert because you're chilling at home watching that flicks. It's all good. I feel like you're you're villain power would be being really passive aggressive and you just be really aggressive with everybody and I would hold the United. Nations up for ransom. I would say I have a beam that will shoot passive aggression and just make it feel everyone in the UN all the world leaders are gonNA feel Kinda shitty about themselves but not quite sure cast is not quite sure why he's already done it. Yeah okay so somebody out there make that poster and send it into us. I can't wait. Yeah and your reward..
"kroll" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"Chance dividing but I don't like just not a corporate guy so like I don't pay attention. I know something is looking at. You know what I mean so I don't get attend and what else what's another joke and I was that all you'd become is that all you become. We're really connecting here. Yeah no I don't know but I keep it pretty limited I would I intake limited as possible because I just don't feel as though there's anything a will there's nothing about it that will bring me comfort or joy or safety Yet so I take in the minimal amount to understand what's happening and then I and then I and I and I tried to listen to like you know what things that I can try to be helpful it. But otherwise like Britain here reading news or or getting overly involved just makes me just brings me no joy like what it would have no I. I'm the same. I'm the same way I don't want to all I know is that it's late spring chats all. I know it's it's everything else I don't know I don't WanNa know I don't know when this is airing but I'll tell you this it's four twenty two then. I never forget that man right now. I don't know what you're saying you're right that's did it for twenty cents for a. Coenen four twenty in the afternoon a good time to Toke up the old Bonnaroo fish people think to what's going on but that's the time when you grab a jazz cigarette out of your leg. And then it's off to see Mama Cass saying absolutely and You you hit that Bonnaroo as the old a bond. Ooh That's how that's where Bonnaroo came from came from anyway using you doing impression of Atoms Abang weight. Where does sports okay? We'll yell toward twenty was a I asked. I used to joke on stage and ask people.
"kroll" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"I sell a thought of the grand old man an old Greek Man Mick. But how do you make your money? Oldman offered to fish and he means fish the ban and he has he has he has the concession rights and he makes hundreds of millions of dollars millions but he's been people are like. Oh that's so sweet. Offered efficiency a simple man. Three him the stash your mic zero man you page. I don't know his last name. Page of fish eats for a day. But you give him cut sessions. Two hundred million dollars is the way it all comes back around. And they're all these connections are tied up and how I can sort of see things in four dimensions. It's quite impressive. It really isn't all it's very. There's something very special about what you do. Yeah when I become pompous. I go to sleep. I pass out cold. I I've been. I've reached my leg and have opened a wound on the back of it. While we've been talking I just got my never never have not yes. No what I'm saying. Is that if you had been in our studio. We always rub moisturizer into when their guests on the show. It's something that I started. Well it's an evolution of Jesus. It's like you don't wash people's feet anymore. When they come to your pockets you moisturised them. It's a very I call that spot. Jesus it's SPA doesn't wash the feet of the lepers. He moisturizes fetal lepers. Yes it gives them a really good pedicure petty yeah and I believe to be. Give him an official. He'll have great skin for day. Give Yup teach Amanda give himself a facial and he's come all over himself as I woke me is that the police are here to talk to you. Talk to me. I always want nineteen forties. I want whenever someone's always want nineteen forties Boston. Police officers smashed through the door. Like big guys whose belts are up near there near Nepal's and they've got like you're coming with US coming on the face at. Where's the Jewish Jewish Fella? Yeah he's hey so. 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Let me let me rephrase that for that maybe CONAN would like better my saliva like Moxie Cola. Moxie that'll put a pep in your step. Yeah that that's the worst tasting soda in the World. Moxie so it might be. Yeah I never even knew what it was is. Moxie is like back in the late nineteenth century. They thought really stupid things were soda. And so there's things like this is made from birchbark could birch. Sodas what you want. Yeah let's not. And they had access to Cherry. They had access to strawberry. They had access to lime but they went to their way in one thousand nine hundred eighty two to say things like this is soil soda all the goodness of Soya carbonate carbonate tubers and they decided that that was yes indeed. Indeed you've got it all you know what Nick Kroll. The world is your oyster. Everyone knows you're very funny guy. You've got all these great projects. It's all going your way. But what are you doing for the world? Can I tell you well? Ironically the world is. I've been very lucky that the world is many ways sir. I am allergic to Oysters So that Not Everything not everything. Goes NIKKI CRAWLS WAY? I'm allergic to tuna. I'm genuinely allergic to tuna fish. Even though that true I mean. That's such a big part suburban. My Uber. Yes is you you guys In Ohio low were obsessed with a tuna sandwich. Tuna Salad Sandwich we were. We would prank people too much tuna and we are. I'm allergic to. I can't eat it but is the voice throat but you what. What are we doing to give back You know We're doing OMOLO. Podcast me and millennial doing that. We did the Broadway show and sketches on on crawl show before it of our to upper west side characters of which we've prank you too much tuna. Before I remember that I remember getting hauled up on a Broadway stage and humiliated Shamalia hated. Oh probably the happiest I've ever been a was humiliating. The likes of you on Broadway We're doing a podcast of that. Now Out George Gill Worked in a year and a half ago about the life and death of Princess Diana on Seo very relevant subject matter They're always. They always have their finger on the pulse of what people care most of time and the murder of Princess Diana and Son of Sam they also They are doing podcast about that. And they they have been snared IRA glass in Sarah Kane Egg to help them. They somehow get them involved in. Sarah an Iro trying to tell them that with her. There's no reason to do this. Podcast and then they go off in interview. They scored interested John. Oliver and Pete Davidson and Jon Ronson and A psychic and a woman who reads the is a medium who can look at photographs in understand that and so they started that A while back. And then they had a falling out and now that they're in quarantine they have decided to put the podcast because they WanNa win the quarantine and so do these characters even understand what podcast is. They're so out of time. They probably have much understanding of what a podcast is. Do believe it to be. They believe it to be like a radio. Show that people than Put on a floppy disk and complain on their computers. That's the extent being dell computers and a gate yet. I'd Gateway Laptop and that's what they can understand their end so now there were there. Were we've aired three episodes and they are now into the quarantine so where they're starting to give interviews with each other. They're self quarantined in two different rooms. in the same apartment on the upper west side. So right George George. Gilder Have Double Cove cove in thirty eight So we're we've been helping Georgia guilt. Put THAT OUT And they They're they're eyeing new and your place high in the apple podcasts. They're eyeing the COENEN needs a friend. Podcast they're trying to take that down. Take it down. And they're going after the daily big time and And and it's been it's we're doing it as a charity for we've been doing the united way of NYC Helping to get food and Internet service to kids in people who are have obviously run into issues through this period of time So we've been doing that trying to get back into you know just doing various things that we can. I don't know it's it's such a weird time now. It's it's such a weird time and it's so weird to think about. When does this get back to normal feeling this weekend for the first time in a real real way whereas like oh because I have to be to be honest like I've been in my house I've been working on big mouth every day My girlfriend were living together. She had moved in somewhat recently. So we've it's been this really rare opportunity that we've been able to like nest end really like be with each other such an intense but really kind of amazing time where we really spending quality time together and making this home hours in cooking together and talking to each other about what we're going through an an. I've been sort of been able to reconnect in or connected deeper ways to a lot of friends and family like you know it was Passover. We did our interview right around Passover but like normally when I'm in L. A. And my family does a Seder in New York for Passover. I don't participate in it. It's like if I happen to be in New York. Then I'll participate because of what's going on this year we did like a Zoom. Seder with all the families in different locations all my siblings and my parents and I got to be a part of that in a way that I wouldn't normally until like they've been all of these elements to my personal experience inside of this like quarantine that have been incredibly positive in ratifying a lot of ways In an because I've been lucky my family's been lucky and friendly number in innumerable ways but this weekend I was like oh I'm ready. I'm ready for this to be over now. I'm done. I'm done like my fun experience of being like in my space with my my girlfriend in all of this. I'm like I'm done now. I'd like to go back to like life and then I shall end it. I've just been waiting for you to say you're done and this is like an early thousands like this is like a Jim Carey movie that you've liked yes. Yes you're like. The Morgan Freeman characters. Like will want to go back to your now. Go back to your life. You learned an important lesson about virtual sater's and so glad you did. Yeah if only were that easy. I have to say the thing I think about. Sometimes that I mean there are a lot of things that we miss and it can sound really frivolous to say. I missed this but I just. I think one of the last things I did before we went into a lockdown was I was asked to show up at a show at Largo theater. Yes and Adam Sandler was there and Eric. Idle and a couple of people were there. Just jumping up on stage Performing Jot Appeti- was hosting it. And so I went out there and it was just so the thing I've been remembering so much is right being around a lot of people. I think I grew up in a big family and I really love to be around a lot of people I like hearing laughter I I love the Camaraderie of being backstage with other people and I don't know when that's coming back. I mean that's that's GonNa be a long time before we do that again. I think yeah I really like I. I'm not I minimize mind news. Intake minimize a lot of that stuff. I just because I don't it doesn't bring I'm like I'll call and read the stuff that is feels imperative and or I will be told by my most anxious friend out like or like piece together. A news event from a joke on twitter. Say you have no idea what's going on right now? I know that like I know that you think beers like this shit.
"kroll" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"Kills people people people half a mile away have been killed masturbating. But you talk about being a late bloomer and I I could be wrong. Everybody who comes to comedy a different way but I swear to God being late bloomer for me helped me be funny or somewhat. Empathetic acting like someone. Who's not empathetic right now. But I I swear to God I am and I feel like it was everything came to me later on. We felt like it did. I mean most kids I think most people look back on their childhoods and be like. Oh I had this thing about me. That was weird I was. I hit puberty early. I hit puberty too late. I was very tall. I was that the whatever it is these these elements and they all can allow different people to Develop their sense of humor or their powers observation. But I think when you're a late bloomer at least I was. I felt incredibly conscious of what was happening to my friends around me and I was very. I was hyper aware of it and so it both made me empathetic but it also made me observing it. It made me try to develop these other powers to help me like navigate not getting beaten up or to make myself attractive to people or and all of those things as well as hopefully eventually being empathetic and try to understand what it would be like to be another kind of person Which is you know I think such an important part of of writing and and and building building shows world so that definitely was a huge part of informing and so much of it was insecurity so much of it was just feeling small unless Dan and figuring out how I could defend myself and figure out how I could attract people to me And that definitely came from being a late bloomer. Like I'm very glad that I evolved how I have in like I've genuinely for the most part feel bad for the people who peaked in high school. You know like I don't think that you out. Yeah I knew a kid. I won't say his name but I knew a kid who said told everybody. I peaked in the sixth grade and he kind of did and he was right and I remembered him writing an essay about at once. They made us all right essays in class in this kid like in the eighth grade said. Yep Six grade remember me in sixth grade. It'll never be that good again. And he was right absolutely very very. I mean it's ridiculous for me to say it's right. I don't know doing now. I mean I know what he's doing and Bob Odenkirk. Yes Bob Odenkirk. How did you know I mean? First of all as well as Bob is doing now he did peak and six killing it in the sixth grade. So good in sixth grade and just and the multiple emmy nominations for better also Pale. In comparison to how much he was pulling holidays in sixth grade. Now he was an even he knows even he would trade a second of him being back in sixth grade for all the success. He's had now with better call. Saul it is but whatever it is. It's whatever and that's what I always say about Bob But I I do. I have to say really. I feel very grateful at the time. I think it's hard when you're that age should realize that the things that are your limitations can actually build the character to make you a much stronger person in the long haul and it's so tough to explain that to kids you know 'cause you can't hear it then like it but but I think like it's times changing in a way that things that are valued now I think are are slightly. I mean not across the board but other things are value now. That weren't as much than when I was a kid. And you know I think like being an interesting individual now is something. That is a commodity. That wasn't I think as much when we were growing up. No God no God no I mean. I know I'm older than you but I know for a fact that a show like big mouth could never have existed in the nineteen seventies. It just could not. There's no place it could have existed. It could have existed in like an adult bookstore. Maybe underground it couldn't see it could have been like an R crumb drying that you see but there's no way that baked mouth could have existed back then and all the shows that I was everything that I was seeing on. Tv in no way looked. You know like how I was looking at. People like Lee Majors and Farah Fawcett and it just had no relationship to who I was had some robotic parts but I in no way did it relate to who I was as a person and I think now shows and and it's not like there are a ton of them but there's a lot of people out there telling you what it's really like how it really feels to be ashamed in over your head. Feel Weird feel completely. I mean the stuff that you put these characters through and big mouth is so humiliating. I feel like any kid. Seeing it is going to feel like yeah. I'm not sure I mean this is disgusting. At least I'm not that guy but it no it definitely. It definitely has the end. It's been you know so much of it is based in stuff. That did happen to me. Andrew and and others in the room. And you know like I got pants when I was in middle school and got fully exposed to the girl that I had a crush on and it had a tremendous effect on me For the rest of my life at Andrews well had stuff in. We've we've all had those weird traumatic points that are real triggers. That like for me. I have to be honest like so much of the stuff that I was talking about in in the room I would then like go over to my therapist and talk with my therapist about and then bring back some of the things that I'm been working through in therapy back into the room to try to to navigate. It has weirdly in this actual gift to work through some the the therapy really some just the trying to heal the things that happening because there are so many traumatic things that happened to you. In adolescence that do become a major foundational point for the rest of your life in like who you are and what you're what what turns you on. What brings you shame. What What kind of relationships you seek with partners in friendship with your family and it's it's it's incredibly informative period in your life and and so it's weirdly been a place that I have actually been able to work through my personal life stuff in in the show and I. It's it's a real gift so now I.
"kroll" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"Today. Net Let's just get it out right now. Conan I you're the first Shit talk show. I was a guest on your show as a panel. Guest was my first show ever and your show when I you were just starting. I was like in high school and in college was the show that I look to that I thought was like Oh this feels funny like I want to be funny and then when I moved to New York and started at UC. Be All of the people that you see. Were like extras or the small parts on your show and so like the idea that I have now been on your show multiple times in that. I do consider you. A friend is like fills me with genuine pride for real. Wow Okay I'm not going to buy it the second time suck in the first time. There's no way I'm buying this bullshit now but it is. That's a very sweet thing to say. I'M GONNA assume there's real feeling there. It's one of the things I love about doing this. Podcast IS I get to sit down with people that really make me laugh. People are really enjoyed. People aren't really excited to talk to. And yes you've done the show many times but this chance to let's say deep dive dig in and really dig in there and find out. What makes Nick Kroll tick and then break it snapping? Yeah I think I could spritz probably undiagnosed lyme disease that I was really makes me is. This is really the ticks. That makes me tick true. I see very nice. I have to admit usually we do this. We're all in the same room but because of the current Kovic nineteen crisis. I'm talking to from. I'll tell you later. It's deal ogre. It's fortunate that you don't go out a lot. That's all I'll tell you but because of that were on a we're in separate locations. I think we're both in Los Angeles but we're in separate locations. I WanNa make that clear in case there are any cova chambers out there who think how dare Conan in Nick. Kroll get together in the same room. How dare they? I've been proposing that that we started a quarantine pod for awhile and you have been pretty resistant to that idea. Yeah I am very resistant to it. I I only like to spread disinformation and so and you kept saying no. This'll be a good way to get good information out there and I like I like disinformation. Yeah yeah well I and the fact that that was your that was your roast battle name was DJ disintegration. Yeah Yeah No. It's amazing to me. How much technological bullshit had to go on before you and I could even start talking today because there's like seven engineers on the line all in different locations I think will becton's in Guam. Oh my my team is separated and we went through. I think it was at least twelve minutes of okay. Nick now go into your files. Hit sound haptic. Now Go Into D. S. five twenty two three GS seventeen now change levels to eleven percent now de accelerate and it was it was a lot of that and I thought really. This is how difficult it is it did. I mean it's fascinating like I did your TV. Show the other day and we just jumped on zoom and did it and and that was with. Yes yes zoom TV show and it was the easiest thing in the world And now here. I am with my crack team more like a team on crack. Cue applause no seriously a that was at least a C plus And and suddenly Gowrali. What's going on? Why is it so complicated for us to make and I promise? I won't use up all of our time talking about this but I'll use a lot of it bitching about this this hour. I want to spend the talk is. Is You dressing down your staff on them trying to create the best podcast? They can thank you. Thank you very much. Nick thank you boss. People are saying that this is one of the best sounding at home. Podcasts out there so that's what we're shooting for. What magazine was that in? We have so much to talk about. I can't complain about sound. We all have problems. Were all struggling with things during this crisis and I just think the sound of my podcast is probably up there among one of the biggest crises. Anyone who said everybody forever. Yeah for everybody for no no doubt and people think I've lost my sense of perspective. What were you you know? It's so funny because you and Mullany have such a nice way of clicking in with each other and I'm curious because that's the kind of thing you just have to find that you can't invent it you have to find out. How did you guys find each other? We were I went to Georgetown University and I started doing comedy there I was in a Improv group that micro bigly cast Meena sketch show. When I was a freshman. He was a sophomore in then John. John was a freshman when I was a senior and cast him in Jacqueline Novak. Now also Was also comedian whose gotten incredible Live show that she was doing before. All this went down And so we met when he was a freshman. I was a senior and we just immediately you know I think I just was one of the first people to get to see him be a comedian so I was like. Oh my God this is so funny and we just hit it off and got very close. From that point on I graduated and moved to New York Erkin. He stayed on my couch one summer and we started doing open mics and sort of writing together and then moved to New York right after that. But it was funny thing of those people who you meet early on who you just stay connected to throughout That I I got very lucky that I met a ton of funny people early on in my career without having to go to like an elitist institution in With elitist comedy institution side of it. I hate those. I hate those anything that smacks of like ivory tower. Like Yale is like that. Yeah or Brown. That's why I refused to go to those places I just was like. That's not for a Boston to Cambridge. Is Outright you went to school in. Yeah Yeah I went to. It's near central square. The college I went to it's near central square in In Cambridge but yeah early on. I was very much like nope. I'm not going to get sucked into that elitist thing so I just went to school someplace else and found my own way and struggled and It was a really good engineering school. And you know what I I learned. I learned how to use my hands pretty early on it. Used to give as good as I got mixed up in a lot of fights I was in a lot of gangs. You do look like you would have been a good old time he boxer. I will say that I feel like you have that make. I did write a sketch when I hosted start live years ago. I came with two ideas. One was about a superhero. Who can't help keep saying his name. Uh over and over again molecular Oh and then the other one was. I wanted to play like a turn of the century fighter. A Guy that fought underhand style and just gets the shit kicked out so that was my yes. I do look like someone who would box sort of in that long. Marcus of Queensberry. Rules hands way out from the body. Like you'd be like an extra like in the background of a scene in that. Show the alienist like you would have been fighting like a bear in the background somewhere. Yes yes and I would have been coughing up blood the same time maybe would have been a masturbating bear. Caa what you did approve. Yeah Yeah you did your homework for this. This is the sense I get the sense I get and you tell me if I'm wrong is that I think all the funny people find each other. I have this theory that funny people in their twenties early twenties all find each other. And then it's GonNa pop for them. It all happens at slightly different times and in slightly different ways but when I look back on it I'm stunned at how many funny people I've found really quickly once when I came out to. La How many people. I bumped into how many people I found pretty quickly in New York or and then all these years later I can mention their names and people know who they are. Okay Charles Quiz Bee. Oh of course. Yeah Comedian Mike Bechtel. Of course student MANATI OS DU leash APPR- Anneli Leash. Makes ME LAUGH HARDER? Than anybody still. Yeah Margaret hit Allston. I mean these are names when I met them. Believe it or not these people. Nobody knew these were names. That Yeah Magic. Margaret hit Allston. I remember like hearing her name and thinking. Wow I wonder if this will ever be on Marquees and sure enough. It has not been but the point. I'm trying to make that. You found very funny people to stay with you and I found all these losers who never went anywhere and I had to make it on my own through sheer force of will and talent so I guess lucky. You lucky you're lucky media pure privilege it but it is true like I then moved to New York and I. I started doing like open. Mics met Jessi. Klein met at one of my first. Open Mikes Chelsea Peretti I met very very early on in like she when I you know. I think it's partly what you're talking about. Which is you go. And you like in my case. I would do open mics. Or do you know Improv. Classes in In you you're like. Oh that person's funny and then you hope that that other person finds you funny then through that you sort of strike up these friendships that hopefully lasts through it and my big mouth is is really a collection of like I can almost track my whole career of through the friends that are in in it in that it was like oh I met John in college and then I moved to New York and I met Jenny and Jesse early on in my open mic all comedy days and I met Jason Manzo Gez through all the time I spent at uc be and then slowly Like Jordan peele through moving to L. A. And starting out in both of US having chosen comedy Central and Fred Arm Semi. Rudolph through becoming friends slowly with the people who were at Allen and it. They're all the people in the extended cast is similarly just all of these people that are the the friends that I've made over the years of doing comedy and I have been very lucky that the people that I found funny Turned out to be like the funniest people willing to be a part of the show and the other stuff that I do. It's also one of my things is I'd never wanted to be jaded. I'm continuously thrilled that I get to work with people. That just genuinely make me laugh. They just genuinely make me laugh and I enjoy them and we have a good time and that's considered work afterwards. That seems sort of criminal. I mean it is. We should be prosecuted. We should be. We should be hunted like animals in the street for making this a living a wage. Earning living it should be should be hunted. Let's see what happens with the oncoming glass wars and. See if that does come to be I never wanted I J- I never wanted to be jaded. I never wanted to be someone named Jd. I think at this point you probably will not be someone named Jade. I think the chances of you becoming a guy named Jaden at this point is very very unlikely. Okay what about is there a world where I could still be in curse of the Jade Scorpion? Is that or do you think that forty percent forty percent. Chance a forty percent chance okay. So it's still prison presents. His own complications. No I think it's completely absurd. That's why you mentioned class wars. I've been very careful a not to go to an elite institution in knowledge. We we spend over that and also to always make sure that I lived with great humility and well below means sure I am in a very very small very small shack right now. Which is Ryan Live by the sea? Because I like to get my fish from the sea course and I make a simple living as a fisherman. You've been to my house. Is it not a small shack? Where I I fish by the sea? It's very humble. I wouldn't call it a shack because of its beauty. It's there is a warmth to it. That shacks often time. But I think it's the because when you you teacher Conan the fish in hilly Iliad for day young but you give him fish in hill. You know you know you turn him in now. You teach a cognitive fish. She'll eat for a day implies that I'll immediately forget that you taught me how to fish and I don't know how to fish the next day. It's it's given an official eat for a day. Kern Ternan intern the manny. Yes turn him into a fish and then he can swim with the fish and attack them at random. Isn't that the saying I believe? That's the saying anyway so we'll tell you. I live by the sea and I make my living with my hands Simple living simple simple. Greek fishermen look Guy Masculine. Yes yes I am yes well. I think there's a wrong masculinity to you that I think has propelled you through comedy to where you are now and I would. I would aspire to that in in in I would like my comedy to be more masculine. Yes well you've come to the right Guy Nick and let me tell you something a lot of people when they meet me and this is true and Sony. You'll back me up on this and so you a lot of people make me and when I leave the room vase say that guy has big Dick Energy. Yes I get that all the time. That guy has been they say. You're a big Dick. What is that what they say? I thought that was the basic energy. They say they have. They say I have the energy of big. Dick isn't the same as I..
Report: Trent Williams Traded to 49ers from Washington Redskins for 2020, 2021 Draft Picks
"Breaking Redskins news Trent Williams has been traded finally the Washington Redskins sending the Kroll ball tackled through the San Francisco forty Niners according to multiple sources for a fifth round pick this year a third round pick next year now Williams familiar with forty Niners head coach Kyle Shanahan who is here and this is happening as we are in the midst of day three the final day Mike of the NFL draft the Redskins on the clock we'll see who they do select here they've also got a fourth round compensatory pick after that a pick in the fifth round no selections in the sixth an inmate seven dead Bhattarai Washington with two selections Redskins making just one pick last night drafting running back slash wide receiver Antonio Gibson at the top of the third row once again however the breaking news finally Trent Williams traded to the San Francisco forty Niners evidently for a fifth this year and a third round pick next year according to multiple sources
"kroll" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Alex Kroll thank you very much Danny state health officials have new tracing capabilities for local departments to help them better track those who they have been exposed to corona virus this is done to slow the spread of the virus to others a pandemic relief bill up for consideration and may include more funding to staff to increase tracing efforts so far more than three thousand Wisconsinites tested positive for coke at nineteen and at least one hundred twenty eight people have died investigation continues into an officer involved death in Kenosha police were called to investigate a shooting Wednesday evening leading to a chase of a suspect it ended with the suspect's death when their vehicle struck another on Sheridan road and highway one fifty eight nobody else was injured Summerfest tag has been moved to accommodate the big gigs new September dates the annual technology conference will run September second and third the day before and first day of the music festival at the Summerfest grounds and in a rare partnership two of tech's biggest giants apple and Google are collaborating on a new voluntary app meant to help Americans track their exposure to cope at nineteen the technology would use Bluetooth data to keep track of phones that are close to each other it'll first rolled out in may as an app designed by public health agencies but apple and Google have plans to build the function directly into their phones operating systems meaning if you want to use it you'll simply have to just turn it on WTMJ pela W. I. dot com time saver traffic no major accidents or incidents out there right now your travel times are all looking good freeway is wide open ninety four inbound from highway sixty eight all the way to downtown that's gonna take about seventy minutes right now forty one forty five self about how make you dizzy winner changed no problem that is a forty minute ride good hope road to the zoo that'll take you ten forty three AM valve rodeo road market interchange no problems there that is a twelve minute trip in ninety four in Belle glade Avenue to market interchange no problems that will take you seven minutes WTMJ five day forecast a chance for some showers later on today otherwise cloudy and a high rate around sixty two nights we'll see that rain continue with a low of forty more rain tomorrow a high of forty five degrees that could turn to snow tomorrow night and then early Monday that continues the hype thirty seven degrees Tuesday partly cloudy high of forty and Wednesday a chance for some more snow otherwise cloudy and a high of thirty eight right now it's better to walk it's thirty five degrees in Franklin forty two in Milwaukee it is forty three degrees I'm Alex crow newsradio WTAM J. expand your living space beyond your walls LED outdoor living unlimited design and build new living spaces right out there with a new deck or patio or whatever you envision outdoor living unlimited will do for you what they did for me so what do you see out there the fire pit outdoor kitchen for gold screen porch pavers or retaining wall take your ideas to outdoor living unlimited unique outside and so real at six.
What phone should I get to replace my Nokia Lumia 1520?
"I did the Nokia cell phone users to fight with the mid nineties okay work we're going back yeah it is sixty ten brick to sixteen fifty yeah and then of course when windows the integrative window open for you know kill integrated with windows we came out with the thirty and I currently have the fifteen twenty which is still running on the eight point one phone OS which is in the water yeah it did yeah they're going to door mail yeah there than the guy driving the Tesla but anyway sorry that's a mean thing to say but I know you're doing your I know the feeling so Nokia remembered and okay got purchased by Microsoft in perhaps one of the worst acquisitions in the history of technology Microsoft eventually wrote them off for billions of dollars but there are no give phones being made they're being made by the literally the guys across the street H. M. D. so they're a quick they're they're using Nokia designs there are still some phone people Nokia they just you know I don't think I think even eventually the Microsoft walk in will go away and they'll be able to make phones again if they want to but right now they use an H. M. D. company and they actually what's with the recently which I think is hysterical they made they started making the thirty three ten again yeah which is a classic Danny bar phoning it in and you can place in a content wait wait let me figure this when they move to the fifteen twenty and introduce the windows platform I loved it I love Microsoft killed that big that's gone it is it is they shot it in the faces of the bloody mess but here's here's my question in doing some research fail I read a lot of research unix and there's a couple guys on the windows central review guys that work for windows that saying that Hey if if they're dead in the water if you really want to stay within windows platform or something close to it we recommend going to a phone call bill one plus certain patrols yes very nice phone but that's an android device it is very critical yeah in the end this is the good thing about it is you could load up all of Microsoft software services launcher phone containing a look H. and L. whole bunch of good luck not since going to give you what you loved I'm going to guess about windows phone that live tile front page was fantastic it was a beautifully designed operating system I think it should it had it been timing it been better and Microsoft had done a better job with the carriers that might have been the the king of smartphones the problem is they came to the table late android and iOS very well established by the time Microsoft came up with this windows phone windows phone I think it was the first decent one and the real problem they had as developers are very chosen companies banks you don't start ups all were either doing iOS or android and they didn't have room I mean even if most of them only in one of the other the ones that did both never had room for a third operating system completely different and effective thing that really killed there are two things that killed windows phone one is the carriers if you went into a Verizon store and said I'd like to know more about that Nokia windows phone yeah they'd still return to an android device they wouldn't they would even show it to you so that was a problem when they didn't get the carriers to come along problem to think if the developers to come along and the kiss of death was when banks started saying yeah we're not gonna make our app for the windows platform yeah because if if you can't do some critical things with a smart phone like your banking it just kills the platform there was no Instagram eventually torch the upload torched blow torched it was the end of the line and I I feel bad about it because I think I agree with you I loved my windows phone well yeah yeah yeah so my my question is I don't know how much knowledge you have of the one plus seven Kroll have won it you do yeah it's a great phone I love you I love you and it will include tonic way but I I try to buy most of the really worth while the phones if I don't have it then one of my colleagues we have an android show called all about android will have it I was I fell in love with the one plus seven pro now there are a thousand dollars from from Amazon maybe a couple don't get it from Amazon they're now selling for five hundred dollars so here's the thing about one plus one plus makes in my opinion yeah first class feature phones I'm sorry first class flagship phones at a significant discount so if you want a Samsung if you want a Google or you want an apple smartphone you're going to spend around a thousand Bucks but one plus very intentionally keeps their price point below that so seven pro right now is five hundred dollars I think it's really there's some things that they do that are really cool for instance there's no hole puncher notch they have a little periscope for the selfie camera goes up and down I think that's hysterical it's got a very nice ninety hertz display faster refresh rate means smoother scrolling hi there it's the year resolution the screen is fully edge to edge and beautiful thing that's most important to me and this is a big issue if you're gonna get an android phone you want a company that's not going to muck with Sandra too much one plus has their version of Andrew called oxygen which I think is as close to pure and right as you can get better than Samsung's version Google of course makes a pure android phone and I think Google phones are good but I think the one plus is better hardware so if you're looking for a really good look nothing I'd knowledge I I I'm with the I miss them my mind okay ten those are great phones but if you're looking for an android phone that can compete I think the one plus seven is a group of seven pro is a great choice I would also add that even though Microsoft makes a launcher in all the gaps and stuff is never gonna look people think all the Microsoft launcher must have those live tiles now so nothing's gonna look like your windows phone but I understand that I understand that yeah understand the would I be able to back up to the Microsoft one drive using the one plus seven pro yes okay yeah I mean it's not a windows phone but yeah if they they also missing the one plus some pros out of stock at one plus I think that's because they have a new one coming up look at the seventy which is much like their seven plus that's back at the seven pro I kind of like the actually the the the the the I really like the seven pro because it has the periscope with the seventy is is probably just as good might be a little bit X. but less expensive that came out in October so that those are both fairly new phones one is they have this vertical but that the one plus seven pro Michael Ehrenberg don't get the McLaren version that's a five G. phone right I don't think there's five G. of Ventura I went there I went into the T. mobile store because they're offering that McLaren version I said them great I'd five Jeez here where can I get it not here can I get in San Francisco now where can I get it they said you kinda you kind of open the redwoods they've got one five G. transmitter it's crazy that's it that's it but the thing about the McLaren it offers what it had six hundred fifty six of of gigabytes or some don't know they'll give them a clear in that year that's crazy plus you well you got money to burn go ahead but you don't you're not gonna get five G. check to make sure they don't require you to buy five G. plan because that's even not you're spending for money on five G. that you're not getting five G. kills the battery five he's not ready for prime time and T. mobile US five G. is really just cut I mean it's six hundred megahertz so this is a long story too I I don't know if I should it didn't bark into this five G. is a marketing term yeah it is and T. mobile is rolling out five G. over six hundred megahertz that's good because it travels farther goes through walls it's bad because it's not anywhere near the low latency and speed of millimeter wave five G. which is way far out so a lot of what you hear about five June five G. is gonna be great cars will be talking to each other and love all of that is down the road with millimeter wave that's not what T. mobiles offering right now they're offering six hundred megahertz people who've user I can't because I'm not you kavya the people who use it say it's not noticeably faster okay and then lastly I understand it by by the internet international unlocked version I could stick with my eighteen T. plans correct yeah they don't lock these you can get put in the sim in it you can put your eighteen T. seven at and and they won't know the difference I'm I highly recommend the one plus these are great phones okay okay I just have to break the bank and I get that get a hammer that
New York: Judge dismisses ex-Knicks star Oakley's lawsuit against Dolan, MSG over ejection from game
"This has been being talked about by all the NBA people. So I didn't want it to be spoiled for all right so this is a genuine reaction. I have no idea where you say. So what is the episode? That set you off where you're no longer going to attend games at masters locally being dragged by his pants or whatever out of the arena. Okay so after. That is out there and did nothing. So after that Charles Oakley Sue James Dolan Square Garden a civil lawsuit well today that lawsuit was dismissed by Manhattan federal judge so Oakley sued MSG for defamation assault false imprisonment and other and other things related to this twenty seventeen incident. He claimed in his suit. He was being unfairly targeted for making jabs at Dole. And who's also in attendance? And then they also claimed that oh he was drunk and belligerent. So this got thrown out. The judge sided with Dolan and Madison Square Garden. Saying Oakley failed to make a plausible legal argument to support these claims Madison Square Garden. James Dolan released a statement all no. We thanked the court for its ruling. This was an incident that no one was happy about. Maybe now there can be peace. Maybe be peace between us. What an olive branch. What an olive branch now. Maybe that you sued me. And there's no legal standing in I guess any New York Law Federal Law. Whatever law there might be that. There is no legal standing of an argument that I should win this case because James Dolan is a complete a whole. That's not that's not a legal a valid legal perch from which to sue someone so now maybe there can be peace between us. Oh my gosh. Is there nobody in Madison Square Garden? That could tell this man what to say. Is there nobody? I mean there has to be because he's the one that went to the Michael Caine interview years ago. Would that that said the binder that said talking points right. Yeah so. The man is open to receiving talking points. How can somebody say? Hey Mr Dolan if you don't mind taking off that scarf it's it's ridiculous and the Fidora Dora. If you don't mind makes you get just put away all of your materials getting set to open up for the mighty mighty Boston's what are the eagles. It's just eagles by the way. And and and if you say this there is a large portion of your Fan Base. That does feel that. Charles Oakley had a point. If you say that now there could be. Maybe peace between us that you're offering of an olive branch is his loss in court. Meaning you're the aggrieved party. Not Him. This might make things a little bit worse for this part of the fan base. That loves Charles. There's no is there. Nobody in that building that can look him in the face. And say you're paying me to say this to you even say that so. You don't feel whatever Rath that might rain upon you from a mercurial boss Kevin Kevin was the security Kevin can say it. Kevin can wait. Apparently
"kroll" Discussed on Modern Love
"Pretend your partner was a stranger for a day? If today were day one of your relationship how would you act? How would they respond? Would you fall in love again? Tim Kreider in his girlfriend. Tried to find out. He writes about their experiment in his essay. Just for tonight. Pretend you don't know me. His essays read by actor and comedian. Nick Kroll he stars in the film Olympic Dreams in select theaters now like many couples. My girlfriend and I agree that Valentine's Day is a commercial holiday last year. Neither of US wanted to do anything. Traditionally romantic like go out for a fancy dinner. We wanted instead to do something scandalous. We had a wish list of activities. We'd been gradually checking off and talked over a few possibilities. We settled on one of my suggestions we would go to a bar that neither of US frequented pretend to be strangers and I would try to pick her up. We'd been dating for eight months long enough to get comfortable with each other. Getting comfortable is one of the pleasures of being a long term relationship. Not Having to put up a first date front getting takeout and watching TV being boring together. It's a relief to not have to be on to feel free to be an unattractive mood or display one of your weird neuroses without worrying. The other person will finally realize the truth about you but this is also a hazard of relationships. You can take your partner for granted and quit trying to impress couples. Forget how to flirt or that. They're attracted to anyone else and get bored with each other in themselves until the date emerges that one of them has a whole secret life in a fair or neurotic correspondence a hidden kink in X. of some unexpected type or gender. Neither of US was practiced at role playing. We're not into elaborate schoolgirl. Professor applicant employer or princess. Hot Scenarios. We weren't gonNA pretend to be other people. We were going to be ourselves in a parallel reality in which we hadn't met. We both worried we might just feel stupid and WANNA quit. There was some last-minute waffling she was having a bad day and I told her we could postpone if she wasn't in the mood but she decided to rally. We establish some code. Words was a warning and another to call the whole thing off walking to the bar that night to meet my own girlfriend. I was nervous. I had freaked out over what to wear choosing a Barstool felt as fraught with possibilities and drawbacks as an opening chess. Move IN THE END. I settled on a stool to away from a guy at the end of the bar. Leaving my girlfriend that choice to sit beside either him or me. I took out the book I had brought Nabokov's Pale fire whose narrators also pretending to be someone else and waited when she arrived. She wounded me by taking the stool next to the other guy. I couldn't take the one next to you. She later said that would have been too easy. She said she had even considered sitting on the other side of the bar from me making eyes at me from there. I have no idea how to pick someone up on the other. Side of a barn would certainly have failed disgrace myself. It's relevant to mention here that my girlfriend is Voluptuous she tired long ago of men's staring at her cleavage and now dresses in severe black clothing with high necklines and austere copper accessories. That look like machine. Parts or totemic objects so when she slid onto her stool in a tight sleeveless shirt that clung to her breasts and bared her midriff. It had roughly the same warm disorienting effect on me of a half. A dilaudid chewed her skirt with an angled hemline that showed off. Her thighs only added feeling. She took a book out of her person opened. It also Pale fire. We reading it together as winter project. The other guy was also reading a book. It's the end of the Bar Book Club. I said as an opening gambit. Hey other guys said. Did you know you too or reading the same book? We both feign surprise and the three of us got into a conversation. Other guys book was a collection of essays that sounded pretty good alarmingly. He turned out to be smart and well read because of course. New York is full of smart. Well read people vying with their formidable educations and charm for mates. He was a lawyer and not even a boring lawyer but one who did something interesting and cool. It seemed to me that my girlfriend was talking with him. More than me. It began to seem as if other guy might be doing better with her than I was. And that it was by no means a foregone conclusion that I would win her. I had begun to both like and feel sorry for this guy since he had no idea. He was a supporting player in our private game. And I hoped had no actual chance with her but also hate him. WanNa best him in combat. My girlfriend and I had one scene to male candidate fighting over a female goose squawking furiously and beating the water with their wings and grappling at each other snaking throats with their bills. Because no offense. I'll geese look pretty much alike. It was hard to say which goose won the attacker or defender. But I knew that I wanted to be the goose that ended up with the girl. Not the WHO flew off honking and ignominious defeat. Thank God the guy's wife eventually showed up with a colleague of hers. They were both writers for a TV. Show assured us we had never seen who got together every Tuesday night to watch the new episode. They were all interesting people. We liked them but also we couldn't break character. We had felt self conscious and uncertain about this plan to start out with but now that are private game had become an uncontrolled experiment involving other people we were committed gotten real. Having to maintain our pose of being strangers in front of a third party also forced us to reintroduce ourselves to ask each other. So what do you do when? Oh what neighborhood do you live in? And we had to try and answer without being boring into listener each other's answers and new. My girlfriend said later that she was sure that we would have dropped the act. Fifteen minutes in if not for the presence of these strangers it also kept our role play tethered to reality. She was forced to be more realistically flirtatious treating me like a stranger at a bar with some wariness and respectability instead of just inviting me back to her place after one drinker having sex with me in the bathroom just before our three new friends left. The lawyer gave US each card. And said I'm here Tuesday if you want to keep her book club going? I thought he gave me a collegial guy. Look of good luck or congratulations. After they left asked my girlfriend if she would let me pay for our drinks I was anxious asking and is thrilled when she accepted as I would've been had I been meeting her for the first time. Let us draw the curtain of discretion over the evening's conclusion except to say that it is a singular experience to have awkward drunken hookup. Sex with your own girlfriend. This wasn't about spicing up. A relationship gone stale. I'm not necessarily recommending this particular game to others. What I would recommend is what it did for us. It reminded us that. Despite the illusion of familiarity are months together may have fostered. My girlfriend and I are still strange to each other telling each other stories about our romantic and sexual pass as something of the same effect reminding me that she is a whole person of whom. I only know a recent narrow sample with a long history of relationships flings and fantasies a whole spectrum of desire much of which may be invisible to me. This is frightening but also exciting. It's easy to get complacent and imagine that the narrowband your partner allows you to see or the only one you're comfortable looking at is all there is in the end. Our game was not just an aphrodisiac but also a tonic. A reminder that she could if she wanted go home with someone else any night she wants although I trust her and believed that she loves me. I still have to win her once in a while. Maybe it'll become a tradition for us. A ritual reminder of a perennial truth. Assuming we get to do it again but no one has guaranteed another Valentine's Day. That's Nick Kroll beating Tim critters essay just for tonight. Pretend you don't know me. We'll catch up with him after the break. Modern love is sponsored by dating while gray a new podcast from W. Amu dating wall gray. Is the GROWNUPS guide to love sex and relationships? When HOST LAURA DOLPHINS MARRIAGE ENDED? After nearly thirty years. She started asking friends and relationship experts for advice navigating the dating scene. It is touching and insightful. For All ages on dating. Gray Laura shares everything. She's learned things like the always awkward money talk. How dating a journey of self discovery and of course sex when to have it and how to talk about it listen to dating while gray right now and stay tuned after this episode of modern love to hear a sample and then get dating wells gray. Wherever you get your podcasts Tim. Craters Essay was published in two thousand eighteen. He didn't want to update us on the relationship. He writes about because Tim wanted to protect their privacy but when we caught up with him. Tim urged other couples to get out of their comfort zones. What the essay ultimately was about was finding a way to make your partner strange and new to you again because it is a problem inherent in all relationships that familiarity breeds. I won't say contempt or even indifference but familiarity isn't exciting and this is the paradox relationships right we want someone thrillingly new and different but we also want someone with whom we can be a BLOB. Hadn't sit home and being boring and watch. Tv Any potato chips right out of the bag. Also you. You can't get lazy. I mean it's nice that people accept you for the horrible person you really are but You do have to keep. You can't assume there's nothing you could ever do alienate them and of course you know. People are much nastier to their partners than they would be to most other people the world because unfortunately you earned the intimacy of behaving badly..
Just For Tonight, Pretend You Don't Know Me
"Today were day one of your relationship how would you act? How would they respond? Would you fall in love again? Tim Kreider in his girlfriend. Tried to find out. He writes about their experiment in his essay. Just for tonight. Pretend you don't know me. His essays read by actor and comedian. Nick Kroll he stars in the film Olympic Dreams in select theaters now like many couples. My girlfriend and I agree that Valentine's Day is a commercial holiday last year. Neither of US wanted to do anything. Traditionally romantic like go out for a fancy dinner. We wanted instead to do something scandalous. We had a wish list of activities. We'd been gradually checking off and talked over a few possibilities. We settled on one of my suggestions we would go to a bar that neither of US frequented pretend to be strangers and I would try to pick her up. We'd been dating for eight months long enough to get comfortable with each other. Getting comfortable is one of the pleasures of being a long term relationship. Not Having to put up a first date front getting takeout and watching TV being boring together. It's a relief to not have to be on to feel free to be an unattractive mood or display one of your weird neuroses without worrying. The other person will finally realize the truth about you but this is also a hazard of relationships. You can take your partner for granted and quit trying to impress couples. Forget how to flirt or that. They're attracted to anyone else and get bored with each other in themselves until the date emerges that one of them has a whole secret life in a fair or neurotic correspondence a hidden kink in X. of some unexpected type or gender. Neither of US was practiced at role playing. We're not into elaborate schoolgirl. Professor applicant employer or princess. Hot Scenarios. We weren't gonNA pretend to be other people. We were going to be ourselves in a parallel reality in which we hadn't met. We both worried we might just feel stupid and WANNA quit. There was some last-minute waffling she was having a bad day and I told her we could postpone if she wasn't in the mood but she decided to rally. We establish some code. Words was a warning and another to call the whole thing off walking to the bar that night to meet my own girlfriend. I was nervous. I had freaked out over what to wear choosing a Barstool felt as fraught with possibilities and drawbacks as an opening chess. Move IN THE END. I settled on a stool to away from a guy at the end of the bar. Leaving my girlfriend that choice to sit beside either him or me. I took out the book I had brought Nabokov's Pale fire whose narrators also pretending to be someone else and waited when she arrived. She wounded me by taking the stool next to the other guy. I couldn't take the one next to you. She later said that would have been too easy. She said she had even considered sitting on the other side of the bar from me making eyes at me from there. I have no idea how to pick someone up on the other. Side of a barn would certainly have failed disgrace myself. It's relevant to mention here that my girlfriend is Voluptuous she tired long ago of men's staring at her cleavage and now dresses in severe black clothing with high necklines and austere copper accessories. That look like machine. Parts or totemic objects so when she slid onto her stool in a tight sleeveless shirt that clung to her breasts and bared her midriff. It had roughly the same warm disorienting effect on me of a half. A dilaudid chewed her skirt with an angled hemline that showed off. Her thighs only added feeling. She took a book out of her person opened. It also Pale fire. We reading it together as winter project. The other guy was also reading a book. It's the end of the Bar Book Club. I said as an opening gambit. Hey other guys said. Did you know you too or reading the same book? We both feign surprise and the three of us got into a conversation. Other guys book was a collection of essays that sounded pretty good alarmingly. He turned out to be smart and well read because of course. New York is full of smart. Well read people vying with their formidable educations and charm for mates. He was a lawyer and not even a boring lawyer but one who did something interesting and cool. It seemed to me that my girlfriend was talking with him. More than me. It began to seem as if other guy might be doing better with her than I was. And that it was by no means a foregone conclusion that I would win her. I had begun to both like and feel sorry for this guy since he had no idea. He was a supporting player in our private game. And I hoped had no actual chance with her but also hate him. WanNa best him in combat. My girlfriend and I had one scene to male candidate fighting over a female goose squawking furiously and beating the water with their wings and grappling at each other snaking throats with their bills. Because no offense. I'll geese look pretty much alike. It was hard to say which goose won the attacker or defender. But I knew that I wanted to be the goose that ended up with the girl. Not the WHO flew off honking and ignominious defeat. Thank God the guy's wife eventually showed up with a colleague of hers. They were both writers for a TV. Show assured us we had never seen who got together every Tuesday night to watch the new episode. They were all interesting people. We liked them but also we couldn't break character. We had felt self conscious and uncertain about this plan to start out with but now that are private game had become an uncontrolled experiment involving other people we were committed gotten real. Having to maintain our pose of being strangers in front of a third party also forced us to reintroduce ourselves to ask each other. So what do you do when? Oh what neighborhood do you live in? And we had to try and answer without being boring into listener each other's answers and new. My girlfriend said later that she was sure that we would have dropped the act. Fifteen minutes in if not for the presence of these strangers it also kept our role play tethered to reality. She was forced to be more realistically flirtatious treating me like a stranger at a bar with some wariness and respectability instead of just inviting me back to her place after one drinker having sex with me in the bathroom just before our three new friends left. The lawyer gave US each card. And said I'm here Tuesday if you want to keep her book club going? I thought he gave me a collegial guy. Look of good luck or congratulations. After they left asked my girlfriend if she would let me pay for our drinks I was anxious asking and is thrilled when she accepted as I would've been had I been meeting her for the first time. Let us draw the curtain of discretion over the evening's conclusion except to say that it is a singular experience to have awkward drunken hookup. Sex with your own girlfriend. This wasn't about spicing up. A relationship gone stale. I'm not necessarily recommending this particular game to others. What I would recommend is what it did for us. It reminded us that. Despite the illusion of familiarity are months together may have fostered. My girlfriend and I are still strange to each other telling each other stories about our romantic and sexual pass as something of the same effect reminding me that she is a whole person of whom. I only know a recent narrow sample with a long history of relationships flings and fantasies a whole spectrum of desire much of which may be invisible to me. This is frightening but also exciting. It's easy to get complacent and imagine that the narrowband your partner allows you to see or the only one you're comfortable looking at is all there is in the end. Our game was not just an aphrodisiac but also a tonic. A reminder that she could if she wanted go home with someone else any night she wants although I trust her and believed that she loves me. I still have to win her once in a while. Maybe it'll become a tradition for us. A ritual reminder of a perennial truth. Assuming we get to do it again but no one has guaranteed another Valentine's Day.
More Charges Announced In Berks County ‘The Sevens’ Gang Drug, Sex Trafficking Case
"Five the feds call this behavior shocking and depraved and have filed charges against seven additional people accused of being part of a gang in Berks county that profited by selling drugs and abusing humans there'll be suburban bureau chief Jim Miller is in reading with details according to a federal indictment members of the sevens gang and reading used violence and intimidation to keep women and girls under the control U. S. attorney bill McSween listed a few of the allegations laid out in a fifty three page indictment including one girl under the age of eighteen mix Wayne says raped at gunpoint assaulted with a hammer the baton then locked naked in a dog kennel that describes how pictures of that victims abuse were used to advertise online the sevens sex trafficking business seven more people are charged with being part of the gang bringing the total thirteen those charges include racketeering sex trafficking by force one person charged with murder William Walker with homeland security says the indictments a win but he adds there's a lot more to be done in this case underscores I think the Kroll and almost ironic reality of human trafficking it is incredibly difficult to detect but yet it is a crime that truly does exist in
Why You Should Be a Guidebook Troll
"Say be a guidebook kroll. What do you mean by that? Guidebook trolls you know. I think that I'm inside it because I've been guidebook author big guy. Books are still still filled with so many little secrets is kind of embedded in and they're very well researched in a lot of people kind of lose sight of that in this digital era. Be Be a guy patrol because you can find the thing that connects with you. You know like I talk about travelling like a travel writer. A travel writer has to dip their head under the surface and all kinds of different places news. And when there's creating a story or video something more than just even a guidebook what they often will do is find a quest and make their trip a quest and I think that if people people find something that the connect with and make it a quest out of it so the trip isn't just to see the Mona Lisa but to see what happens when you go and and do something in Paris that you're already passionate about an often. The tools for that are just embedded throughout guidebooks. Have so many things I think you said it yourself. A fifteen dollar investment for you know like ten thousand dollars of secrets end. I'm big Fan of Guy Bookstore. A lot of people are very penny wise and pound foolish when it comes to guide books and If your guidebooks any good I would say it pays for itself on the shuttle and from the airport of course you and I make money selling guidebook. So we sales pitch down pretty well but guidebooks our tools and I think when they're smartly they can be very
"kroll" Discussed on StartUp Podcast
"A manager of speaking making. You could save bobby bottle. Service has had an amazing yeah directing producing music producing Gigolo all of Liz g from the PR firm publicity. There were so many amusing gaffs with the red carpet. Guy From Puzzle Vania King and Gill files on an elderly prankster from the upper west. Outside of Manhattan. You Know Jeffrey. You're on a prank show. Too Much tuner. We're going to deliver too much to you. Nick's latest project is a Lewd Zini cartoon called big mouth which has garnered widespread critical acclaim and at first glance it seems like more of the same from naked features a cast of ridiculous characters from a hormone monster to a clueless gym teacher. Sure but the heart of the show is the story of two friends navigating puberty and that part it's a departure for Nick Kroll because it's his first TV show that isn't based on a caricature richer. It's based on his own story his own childhood Jonathan. I talked with nick about the comedic evolution that he's gone through to get two big mouth. How has gone from hiding behind these over the top personas to creating a show that puts them face to face with the deep personal shame and regret he still carries around from his past and before before we get started though? There's one more thing I've given a lot of language warnings on the show before but truly none have been more warranted than language worrying about to give right now. There are lots of bad words and lots of talk about sex in this interview. In fact the sex talk started pretty much the minute Nicaragua in the studio. Hello how are you Jonathan's on the line to hello. Hi Hi Nick Cruel Harry you great. Jonathan I'm a big Fan of yours. Oh come on. That's so nice. I I had an anxiety dream last night that I refer to as a comedic genius and you got upset. Yeah Oh my God. I had the the worst wet dream I ever had. Let's just get into it I couldn't figure out how to get my skis. Like couldn't get my boots into my skis and then woke up and I was like sixteen. You know I was an had come in my in my asleep and the dream was like I fish putting your fee just trying to get like getting my boots into my skis and like couldn't quite get the ski equipment right and I couldn't figure it out the worst in but it was perfectly symbolic of where I was feeling about. Like how sex like it was like. I don't know how this works. I don't know how I'm going to do this. I can't do this well. Uh A- and then my friend a couple of weeks later told me he's like I had a wet dream last night. That slade a lion that was like we are having. We are in in different places in our sexual evolution. You know I never. I've never had a wet dream in my whole life and I had read as a kid how it was like. Boys have a wet dream and girls get their periods. So I felt like because I never had a wet dream. I wasn't becoming a man so I remember lying to my mother about having a wet dream. Apropos of nothing. When I was about thirteen I told her I had it at my friend? Lenny's house And and and But yeah I I guess my fear was that I was just that I was masturbating too much to actually have like anything. Leftover for for wetering that is true. That is literally possible. Yes so I wanted my mother to know that you were planning. I think my mom knows. I'm not having wet dreams. Cause Juergen off too much head that off at the pass and let her know that I had a wet dream. Which means she's he's wrong? I'm not masturbating too much over here. Well played thirteen years. I wasn't kidding. Getting about how dirty it gets right. Anyway let's get back on track here. Nick grow- grew up the youngest of four siblings Nick's father built his own business. Kroll Inc it was a corporate investigations firm actually earn the nickname wall. Street's private eye from the New York Times over the years Kroll Inc.. It grew to be big a large large billion dollar business in fact talking-shop about your life story for one so it presents a little bit of a problem with the beginning because you come from a wealthy family yes us and so normally. You're already like you're not in. You're not in a sympathetic place correct and so we had a long conversation about like how do we handle. Ah God pass it or do we just dive into it. I wanted to dive into it. Short how rich was your family. My family was rich but not as riches riches the Internet claims it is scrooge mcduck richer. Yeah like I'm yes. I've broken some vertebrae diving into gold coins. Did you. Did you have a yacht. No did you have boat We had a boater too but a regular size like like fifteen fifteen foot boat never like a boat boat yacht boat. Nothing like right so you were. You were the kind of rich family. That downplays how they're the size of the boat rather than and plays up the size of their boat. Correct okay Did you know you were rich. Yes yes how robot made you we have we. Let's see did I did I. Did we know we were wealthy Well we had a very nice house. My parents got a a really special piece of land and so that was the most clear and in very clear evidence of our of the money. Describe the house. What was it like? It's just on the water so it's just got unbelievable. You can see New York City city you can see long island. It's just a very beautiful picturesque place. And so that's that was the thing that I was both like proudest of and most insecure about is like having friends is over and being like and I still do it. I'll be like so you're coming to my parents house and you should just know that it's it's nice. You know what I mean I mean like I and the and the and the money came from Your Dad's business. Yes what kind of presence presence was your was your dad was was he a big presence was he. Was He the kind of presence that you felt compelled. Like I'm going to forge my own path here. Well well you know. I mean it wasn't like he was famous like you'd picture like someone being the son of like a writer or a musician or an actor but he was always known in some capacity and like my friends parents like who were lawyers knew about my dad or something like that you know and I think I was very conscious of wanting to to go do my own thing and create my own path Yeah so what were you like. As a as a teenager I was just like a little guy. I was really short Throughout middle school and into high school I started growing by the end of high school. I always thought of myself as funny funny. I think most people saw me as sort of funny like I don't think I don't think like my the people might camp or in my elementary school. who were watching me at talent shows like this guy is going to have his own TV? Show right I saw back then. Yeah what did you do As a part of your act a junior high talent show me and Andrew Goldberg who I have co created big mouth with alongside Mark Levin and Jen flack it Andrew I've known each other since first grade and we became best friends in middle school and He and I would do like Wayne's world sketches. We would like host the Purim talent show as Wayne and Garth And we would sort of do the mad libs of like like Wayne and Garth kind of jokes about Aurora but instead of Aurora it was about Solomon Schecter So we were always doing kinds of things things like that Yeah I was also the Faeroe in the second grade production of exodus from Egypt and I think it was just like I got a lot parts in in elementary school because I think I talked the loudest. When did you realize that this was even something that you wanted to do like what? How did how early early did you know like I want to be on stage? Well I mean I think in reality is when I got to college. College was Georgetown University. Nick Doc was a freshman history major and as you do as a freshman. He was trying new things so he signed up for a university open mic called funniest act on campus where he caught at the attention of an older classmate classmate who is also a budding comedian. Mike Burglar I did a funniest act on campus at at Georgetown where I met Mike and bombed Do you remember what would that look like. Yeah I I was going to I I was I was going to get on stage and say boy. I thought I was going to be so nervous but I'm actually quite relaxed and then I was going to Piss my pants But I didn't believe I didn't believe I could actually pissed my pants on on Q.. So my plan was to bring up a water balloon and have it in my pocket and pop the water balloon. But then I got so nervous that I I got a little drunk and stoned before the show to sort of uh ease and so then I got to the venue and I didn't bring a water balloon and a pen and I was rummaging around in the garbage and found like a sandwich bag and I filled with your sandwich bag with water with urine And then took a pen and was trying to stab the sandwich bag On stage to look like but it just looked like I was masturbating on stage. Basically so So I failed at what I was trying to do and then I decided to explain to the audience what I had been trying to do sort of saying like hey guess what. Here's what the plan Dan was. So actually what I love about that story. She bombed in a bunch of different ways. Like you bombed and just sort of like just general do just generally fucked up and forgot to bring the thing to I bring to make it work. And then the didn't work and it was the sort of that bomb and then it was like the bottom of like trying to explain away. It was a very. It's A. It's a multi tiered multi tiered bomb. He was like Yourself from rejection by almost like building that into your routine. Yeah yes I thought I was going to be nervous but I'm actually relaxed and pissed my pants which is sort of undermining my Own fear and trying to create the joke inside of what my fear of the situation would be But Mike saw me bomb and was like boy. He's bombing in an interesting way. That's the highest form of comedy. And I think that's what and I honestly think VAT my gut is. That's what caught Mike's attention and so I was. I got cast an Improv group by Mike bigly A- A sketch show freshman year. And then and then the Improv show group the next year and I rem- I have a very clear memory of going to do a lot a table. Read of a bunch of sketches where I was like got to do who voices and play. Choose a play a character and play a part you know because until that point I had done like a few plays in middle school and high school but it was like Oklahoma right And so all of a sudden that I was reading like modern current sketches and be able to make big character choices like where I was like. Oh I I feel very this is very fun and I feel like unease in this space and I walked out being like. Oh this is what I WANNA do for the.
"kroll" Discussed on StartUp Podcast
"Listeners. As we promised promised when we wrapped up the last episode of startup we are going to continue posting episodes of my show without fail down this feed. Hope you enjoyed the show from. I'm Alex Bloomberg and this is without fail. The show I talked with artists athletes entrepreneurs visionaries of all kinds about their successes and failures and what they've learned from both today on the show. We're doing something we've we've never done before and without fail instead of just me hosting the show. I'm going to be sharing the stage with another host. Jonathan Goldstein. The host of another Gimblett podcast called heavyweight in which Jonathan helps people revisit difficult moments from their past. Jonathan I go way back. We both worked at this American life. Well before Gimblett even existed when we started Gimblett he came came over and developed heavyweight here. But this was the first time we'd ever sat down to do a big long interview with someone famous together so before guests arrived I checked in with Jonathan. Does he always feeling hello. Hi Hey sorry. I'm just having a bite of apple apple to kind of relax me makes me sound more casual. I feel good. How are you feeling Lancy? I think this might be the only Formal structured interview ever done in my life be. Yeah I think so. You're thinking about idea. It's not too late to take me out the reason I would never the the reason I'm co hosting today's show with Jonathan in the first place is that he is a huge fan of today's guests. Nick Kroll comedian writer and actor. WHO's been in basically every funny show you've ever seen on TV parks and recreation? The League community Pearland Kroll show the list goes on and on. It's been a bunch of movies as well. He's best known for playing these ridiculous over the top characters and he has a ton of them. There's bobby bottle service self proclaimed Jack of all cards in.
"kroll" Discussed on Ask Me Another
"For free internet dot com and quiz knows also starred in what early two, thousands CBS sitcom. I know this because I remember one caveman coming out being like, this will be the joke. I tell when we're ahead. Right. You're late night. Joe. The Nichols are BB, but one of them is babies. I'd hope you. I mean, it's boss baby, but it's not. It was the. It's cool. Don't worry about baby Bob baby, Bob. The reason it didn't work. All right. This is your last clue. What two thousand eighteen movie featuring Nick Kroll began as a two thousand and twelve Pepsi commercial. Obviously it's operation finale the hunt for Adolf Eichmann. But my second guess. Would be uncle drew starring Kyrie Irving. That is correct? Yes. Got that. One. Hey, that movie you just mentioned that operation. Finale. That was a very dramatic role. It is a very dramatic or been king Joe, sir. Ben Kingsley who obviously started together doing sketch comedy, sir. Ben always like it was great to do sketch them, but he always had his punchline like he had his catchphrases. So like no matter what the sketch was all of a sudden he'd be like, I'm good. But it worked. You don't have any killed. And so it was hard to disagree like. It was hard to work with him. Well, congratulations, you and Luke Rabi. You have one asked me another rubik's cube. What a pleasure, what a pleasure. Thank you. I don't know what this will be worth in Mississippi, but I hope you enjoy. I know fear at thank you for having me. Big mouth and streaming on Netflix, give it up, Nick Kroll..
"kroll" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang
"Nick king garbage dick kroll is with us yes he's gonna show as me been doing it isn't that will look at eight years now eight years can you believe it rarely as myself nick kroll that's right but here you are and you know it said times like these as the providers one says and i think they sang at a few times to its at times like these that we need to talk to you personally because you have two things going on in we need to get the word out about these things look i'm just trying to get out there and spread the words of people want to get out there and use the hashtag and all what is asked act i didn't hear and i just want to make sure that everybody's use in it because of when i'm here today all most knocked your gesticulating so wildly with your hands that's part of seeing nick role live he does a lot has had a hand work you gotta see its and i learned that from goldblum uh i did watch a goldblum institute story today did you he's doing didn't you when cumulus thing life try he's doing amazing really gorgeous handwork i wasn't listening to his on silent definitely has a lot of he'll liked touch people at any likes hands he likes to use his hands um and this is you know and and this around web with us what i want to plug jerk he plays my father and the league yes oh i want to get the word out about the leak okay so and i've i you know i've been tweeting you and every instagram post you make i make a little comment bring back the league bruin italy winter we bring him back building back the league well that's what i'm here to do guys so even if it's just you and goldblum you're going back it's just a league of your own a league of our own and that's the show at its media jeff goldblum try to pass as women to play in an allwomen's face bowler i discovered you want a man media us the league me mian media like jews you want a man exactly and i talked about this many times on the show maybe you have an opinion on this you have to amend the title of you want a man her she lippi joint william area.